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  2. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    The Counsell met yesterday at three o'clock, when Mr. Andrew Halley Knight, the new non-elective member nominated by His Excellency in the place of Mr. Emmett, who had resigned his seat, took the oaths ...

    Article : 7,363 words
  3. SCRAPS FROM THE OVENS.

    THE OVENS PETITION.—This document, having in course of a few days received two thousand one hundred and seven signatures, has been fowarded to Melbourne under charge of the chairman of the late ...

    Article : 876 words
  4. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    AN I[?]DES.—Mary D. Cow[?] was, at a[?] two o'clock yesterday morning, found on the premises of Mr. George Woodward, as was suppossed for some unlawful purpose. Her own account, at the City Police ...

    Article : 2,546 words
  5. SYDNEY.

    The debate on the Constitution Bill has at length closed, and the second reading has been carried by a majority of 33 to 8. Great as this majority is, it would have been still greater if the absentees had been ...

    Article : 843 words
  6. LICENSES FOR THE GOLD-FIELDS.

    A meeting of the diggers, storekeeperrs, and other residents of Fryer's Creek, took place at Chapel Hill on Thursday, the last September, to pe[?]tion the Legislative Council to make an alteration in the law relative ...

    Article : 2,245 words
  7. NATIONAL EDUCATION.

    The following important document was published by His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor's order in the Government Gazette of Wednesday:— Rules and Regulations of the Commissioners of ...

    Article : 1,127 words
  8. PEBBLES.

    —"Books in the running brooks. Sermons in stones." I take my seat beneath a waving willow, Beside a little, babbling, pebbly brook; ...

    Article : 432 words
  9. SUPREME COURT.

    Their Honors took their seat on the bench at the usual hour out of term, eleven o'clock. DO[?] DEM. ALEXANDER V. [?] Mr. Sitwell moved for judgment against the casual ...

    Article : 346 words
  10. GEELONG.

    An extraordinary rush is taking place to Bal[?]arat by way of Geelong. Each afternoon, on the arrival of the Melbourne steamers, may be seen a long string of adventurers carrying [?], guns, bundles, spades, ...

    Article : 497 words
  11. COUNTY COURT OF BOURKE.

    His Honor, on taking his seat this morning, said he had considered the order he had made in this case, and had made up his mind that, is justice to the p[?] he could not [?] the order which he had already made, ...

    Article : 1,183 words
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