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  2. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    The SPEAKER took the Chair at half-past three o'clock MESSAGES The following Messages from his Excellency the ...

    Article : 11,530 words
  3. PROCLAMATION.

    By his Excellency, Sir William Thomas Denison, Knight, Governor-General in and over all her Majesty's Colonios of New South Wales, Vam Diomon's Land, Victoria, South Australia, and ...

    Article : 778 words
  4. SOUTHERN DISTRICT.

    THE VICTORIAN HIGH POSTAL POLICY.—Amongst other expedients which the Legislature of the sister colony thought fit to adopt to patch up the difference betwixt the increasing expenditure and the declining revenue, ...

    Article : 395 words
  5. NEW ZEALAND.

    WE have received New Zealand papers, which furnish us with intelligence to the following dates:—Nelson, June 13; Wellington, June 2; the Canterbury Settlement, May 26; Taranaki, May 17; and Otago, April 21. ...

    Article : 2,115 words
  6. WATER POLICE COURT—WEDNESDAY.

    Honora Hill, and Patrick Ryan, were severally convicted of drunkenness, and sentenced to be imprisoned forty-eight hours, in default of payiug the usual fine of twenty shillings. ...

    Article : 219 words
  7. MORETON BAY.

    We have received Moreton Bay papers to the 26th ultimo. On the evening of Tuesday the 12th ultimo, a public meeting was held in the School House at the German's ...

    Article : 1,555 words
  8. CITY COMMISSIONERS COURT.—WEDNESDAY:

    James Lappin, driver of the omnibus Queen of the South, was summoned to answer the complaint of Inspector Stubbs, for having, on Saturday last, through George-street South, furiously and recklessly driven his ...

    Article : 1,073 words
  9. INDIA.

    WE extract the subjoined additional particulars from our files of Indian papers. The Bombay Times, April 2, says, " The opening of the Five per cent, loan continues to be the absorbing ...

    Article : 1,162 words
  10. COURT OF REQUESTS.—£30 JURISDICTION.

    This was an action brought by plaintiff, a carpenter, to recover from defendant a sum of £13 5s, for work and labour done and performed. Complainant's advocate called witnesses to prove that the work described in the ...

    Article : 477 words
  11. NEW NOTICE OF MOTION.

    Mr. DONALDSON to move for leave to bring in a Bill to amend the Act for the Incorporation of the Sydney Exchange Company. ...

    Article : 30 words
  12. HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT.

    COMMENCEMENT OF THE RAILWAY AT MAITLAND.—On Tuesday afternoon the contractors, Messrs. Wright and Randle, with their friends, and a very numerous assemblage of the inhabitants of Maitland, Morpoth, and ...

    Article : 541 words
  13. CENTRAL POLICE COURT — WEDNESDAY.

    Twenty persons were charged with drunkenness in the public streets; one forfeited his deposit of 40s.; one was discharged; and the rest were fined in the usual ponalty of 20s., or in default twenty-four hours' ...

    Article : 524 words
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