WE have received Adelaide papers to the 29th May. The South Australian Register of the 29th May publishes the following in relation to the Sydney sovereigns: —"The report of the Select Committee on the Sydney ...Article : 1,312 words
This was an action for assault and battery by a cabin passenger against the master of a ship. The declaration alleged first, an assault by the defendant himself by seizing the plaintiff by the throat and violently dragging ...Article : 1,497 words
To-day the National School conducted, by Mr. Archibald, was examined by the local patrons, assisted by the clergymen of the various denominations, and a respectable company of ladies and gentlemen. ...Article : 219 words
RAILWAY FROM SYDNEY TO GOULBURN.—It has doubtless been made known to our readers, and the public in general, that the Railway Surveyors have reached the town of Goulburn. It may not be so well known where ...Article : 1,158 words
By way of Melbourne we have news from China to the 22nd of March. The following Government notification appeared in the Hongkong Government Gazette of the 15th March:— ...Article : 1,044 words
Thirty-two persons were convicted of drunkenness:— Ellen Bowen, an old offender, was sentenced to one month's imprisonment with hard labour; four of the offenders were fined 20s. each, or in default, ord red to ...Article : 1,357 words
WE have Perth papers to the 9th of May. From the accounts in the papers it would appear that the reported discoveries of gold fields, have not turned out to be correct. The Inquirer, of the 30th April says: ...Article : 1,137 words
Mary Johnston, convicted of drunkenness and indecent conduct, in the public streets, was fined in the penalty of 40s., with the alternative of going to gaol for a period of fourteen days. ...Article : 3,027 words
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