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  2. THE CAPTURE OF TANTIA TOPEE.

    CAMP, GOONAH, April 10.—I send you the following particulars of the capture of Tantia Topee, which with the assistance of Maun Sing, was clevely effected by Major Meade's ...

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  3. THE PARLIAMENT.

    INDICTABLE OFFENCES, NOT BEING TREASON, STATUTE LAW CONSOLIDATION BILL. The CHIEF SECRETARY moved—"That he have leave to introduce A Bill intituled an ...

    Article : 1,363 words
  4. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    Mr. Stow stated that it was his opinion that, had the defendant in this cause been properly advised, the declaration was clearly demu[?]rable. Through the manner in which the defendant had been treated by the gentleman ...

    Article : 1,284 words
  5. PAPER.

    The following Papers were laid on the table of the House of Assembly:—BY THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. Returns of Vaccination in 1858. ...

    Article : 23 words
  6. MESSAGES.

    The following Message from the Governor-in-Chief was received by the House of Assembly:—No. 5. Complying with the address for the establishment to telegraphic communication with Sydney by was ...

    Article : 62 words
  7. EXECUTION OF TANTIA TOPEE.

    The same journal of April 26 has the following;—"Our correspondent's letter is dated Seepree, 19th April, 1859.—Agreeably to the promise made in my communication to your ...

    Article : 312 words
  8. NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY IN PARLIAMENT.

    NOTICES OF MOTION—1. Mr. FORSTER to move—"That the petition of the working men, presented by him on the 25th of May, be considered, with a view of ...

    Article : 170 words
  9. GAWLER.

    The past week has been singularly barren of materials interesting enough to form one of my customary communications. The late heavy [?]d the present gentle rains [?]alling ...

    Article : 1,154 words
  10. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    GOVERNMENT BUSINESS: ORDERS OF THE DAY—1. Water Supply Act Amendment Bill; second reading. 2. Malicious Offences against Property Statute Law ...

    Article : 1,804 words
  11. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The following telegraphic despatch of June 8 appears in the Argus:—Sydney, Wednesday. Tho Governor-General will shortly proceed ...

    Article : 147 words
  12. MAIL-GUARDS.

    Sir—I was rather surprised to-day to see the vain and useless attempt "A Business Person of the South" has made in your valuable columns to show up the ...

    Article : 343 words
  13. VICTORIA.

    The Omagh has brought us a solitary copy of the Argus of June 9, from which we make the following extracts:—BANKING.—Several important banking ...

    Article : 763 words
  14. TO THE EDITOR OF THE REGISTER.

    Sir—It was with feelings of surprise and regret that I noticed the amount of the salaries of the Mount Barker and Willunga m[?] guards struck off the Estimates, as it must be ...

    Article : 270 words
  15. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    This case was adjourned to give Mr. Moulden, who appeared for the insolvent, time to answer the charges preferred by the Official Assignee. The insolvent, being examined, stated that he was ...

    Article : 187 words
  16. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    Mr. BARROW presented a petition from Mr. Robert Lyon Milne, stating that Mr. Samuel Morton Peto & Co., railway contractors in England, were prepared to advance £[?],000 starling for railways within the ...

    Article : 5,608 words
  17. THE BREMER.

    The mils that looked so bare a short time ago are now beginning to be green again. We have a good prospect of a wet winter, which is much needed after the two last seasons being so dry. ...

    Article : 897 words
  18. APPOINTMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 51 words
  19. LOCAL COURTS.

    SCAR[?]E V. BROWN.—For 18s. 4[?]., balance of account. Defendant pleaded for time, but not appearing, judgment was given for the amount and costs. RIDGE V. PASCOE.—For 17s., for goods, Plaintiff ...

    Article : 102 words
  20. THE POLICY OF THE LEGISLATURE.

    Sir—I wish to bring under your notice a fact connected with the discouraging policy which has been for some time past pursued towards the pastoral interest of this colony. ...

    Article : 533 words
  21. POLICE COURTS

    DRIVING ON THE FOOTPATHS.—George F. Morton and James Thompson, for driving their horses and gigs on the footpaths of Walkerville, were each fined 10s. RESCUING CATTLE.—Walter Waite, publican ...

    Article : 1,034 words
  22. AGRICULTURE IN VICTORIA.

    The agricultural statistics which we published yesterday show that the total increase of cultivation in Victoria during the year ending the 31st of March last was 50,880 acres. This is so ...

    Article : 815 words
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