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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    POLICE OFFICE.—Friday night's GAZETTE having taken the clog off the wheels of the magisterial machinery, the Court was opened by Gilbert Eliott. Esq., P. M., on Saturday, ...

    Article : 1,246 words
  3. THEATRICALS.

    Colonies, like individuals, are educated by circumstances, and colonial taste is liable to the same impressions as the individual. However defined, taste must be considered as the ...

    Article : 2,437 words
  4. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE.

    TUESDAY, 20TH FEB., 1844.—Before his Honor Mr. Justice Stephen, the Mayor and Captain Hollinsworth, Assessors. Curtis v. Douglas.—This action was brought ...

    Article : 2,239 words
  5. STREET NUISANCES.

    SIR,— As we have long had a numerous and efficient body of police to protect ourselves and our property from injury, and latterly have obtained a City Council to ...

    Article : 617 words
  6. APPLICATIONS FOR CERTIFICATES.

    The following Insolvents intend to apply for their Certificates:— On the 24th February next: James Addison. ...

    Article : 310 words
  7. INSOLVENT COURT.

    TUESDAY, FEB. 20.—Before the Chief Commissioner. In the estate of John Johnson, a single meeting The trustees of Foss and Lloyd, £12 4s. ...

    Article : 296 words
  8. THE REMARKS OF THE BISHOP OF CALCUTTA ON THE PLYMOUTH BRETHREN.

    SIR,—IN the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD of the 9th Instant I perceive, under the head of English Extracts, a quotation taken from the OXFORD CHRONICLE containing a violent ...

    Article : 737 words
  9. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR,—I shall feel much obliged if you will inform me by whose authority our Church is to be hung with black during the season of Lent; and also whether such a custom is ...

    Article : 125 words
  10. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21.—Before the Chief Commissioner.

    In the estate of William Oldrey, an adjourned second meeting was held, and the following claims proved. Clark Irving, £100; T. Petty, £75 13s. 8d.; estate of William Sherwin, £87 8s. 4d.; ...

    Article : 132 words
  11. THE NEW REGISTRY ACT.

    SIR,—The collective wisdom of our Legislative Council is, and ever ought to be, a subject of deep admiration to every reflective mind. Take for example the above Act ...

    Article : 386 words
  12. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    The following estates were sequestrated on last Tuesday:— James Scott Hindmarsh, of the Hume River, settler. Debts, £1143; assets—personal ...

    Article : 128 words
  13. (From the Government Gazette.)

    His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, for general information," that Henry Condell, Esquire, having resigned his Seat in the Legislative Council, a Writ has ...

    Article : 478 words
  14. MEETING OF CREDITORS.

    A. Campbell, an adjourned special meeting, at ten o'clock. John Fitzpatrick, a special meeting, at eleven. Mappin and Co., a special meeting, at half-past eleven. Ralph Nixon a single meeting ...

    Article : 96 words
  15. PORT PHILLIP.

    THE SUPPOSED CEDAR FOREST.—About a fortnight ago Messrs Beaver and Scott proceeded overland to the site of the new forest, alleged to have been discovered on the bench between Port ...

    Article : 1,444 words
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