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  2. PARLIAMENT.

    THE PRESIDENT took the chair at twentyfive minutes past 3 o'clock, and read the usual form of prayer. IMMIGRATION RETURNS. ...

    Article : 1,055 words
  3. SUPREME COURT.—IN BANCO.

    BEFORE the full Court. Yesterday was the first day of the third term of 1863. The barristers present were the Attorney-General, Mr. Blakeney, Mr. ...

    Article : 1,705 words
  4. EPITOME.

    THE latter part ot last week was distinguished by the manifestation of anxiety which appeared in all circles, whether commercial or private, in regard to the fate of the ...

    Article : 2,101 words
  5. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE Messrs. J. Petrie and R. Douglas. WIFE DESERTION.—Peter Ryan, alias Peter Rind, was charged with deserting his wife Margaret, and leaving her without any means ...

    Article : 383 words
  6. THE BRISBANE GAOL.

    IT is well sometimes to pay a visit to institutions which are, as a rule, most uninviting. As long as we have gaols or hospitals, it is right that the public who have to support ...

    Article : 2,127 words
  7. NEW NOTICES OF MOTION.

    Mr. DOUGLAS to move,—That it is inexpedient that the government should interfere with the control which the Municipality of Rockhampton have hitherto exercised over ...

    Article : 361 words
  8. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY,

    THE SPEAKER took the chair at twentyfive minutes past three, and read the usual form of prayer. PAPERS. ...

    Article : 2,456 words
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