DEC. 9.—The schooner COUNTESS OF WILTON, Wheadand, for New Zealand, with sundries. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, Mr. Babbington, and six in the steerage. ...Article : 202 words
Present—The Governor, the Chief Justice, the Lord Bishop, the Commander of the Forces, the Attorney-General, the Colonial Secretary, the Auditor-General, the Collector of Customs, Mr. ...Article : 3,482 words
THE Chairman of the Debenture Bill Committee informed the Council, yesterday, that the Committee would not be prepared to present their report till Tuesday. We ...Article : 420 words
COUNCIL—His Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct that the general objects of the following bill, now under consideration of the Legislative Council, be ...Article : 816 words
A Bill to continue certain Acts for providing for the Administration of Justice in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, and for the more effectual ...Article : 617 words
By the proceedings of the Legislative Council it will be seen that Government incline to persevere in an attempt to introduce into this Colony, a portion of the ...Article : 1,023 words
Hall v. Borton, Weaver and Others.—This cause was heard before His Honor the Chief Justice, on the 2nd of December last, the particulars of which hearing were detailed in the ...Article : 851 words
Though the suggestion that the camel should be naturalized in Australia has been made before, we have never seen it so well developed, and supported by such as array of facts, as in the ...Article : 2,231 words
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