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
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
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
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
The following Insolvents intend to apply for their Certificates:— On the 24th February next: James Addison. ...Article : 310 words
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
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
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
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
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
The following estates were sequestrated on last Tuesday:— James Scott Hindmarsh, of the Hume River, settler. Debts, £1143; assets—personal ...Article : 128 words
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
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
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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