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  2. TURNING THE TABLES.

    AT the Hotham Police-court, on the 9th instant, a number of publicans were fined for selling liquor in their licensed house on Sunday, the 28th ultimo It was understood that the prosecution had been ...

    Article : 274 words
  3. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    Mr. P. Green, of the firm of A. Ross and Co., has shown us (Central Australasian) some very beautiful specimens of opal, which he obtained on his recent visit to comongin, his firm's station, on the Bulloo. ...

    Article : 172 words
  4. THE GARDINER RELEASE CELEBRATION BANQUET.

    ON Friday evening last a public banquet was held in the premises, in Rossi-street, Yass, lately occupied as a store by Mr. F. Leathart. The attendance was numerous and respectable. Mr. Shipway, of the Globe Hotel, provided the ...

    Article : 2,103 words
  5. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.—MONDAY.

    George Hutchinson, a young man about 27 years of age, and with an ill-looking countenance, was brought up by constable Parry on a charge of having been thrice convicted of drunkenness during ...

    Article : 1,554 words
  6. European News via Torres Straits.

    THE steamer Legislator anchored in Moreton Bay at noon to-day, and is the finest steamer that over visited this port. She left Foochow on June 14, with 800 tons of tea, and at Amoy took in 500 tons of tea. Left ...

    Article : 352 words
  7. ORANGE-PEEL NUISANCE.

    SIR,—I beg, through the medium of your paper, to call the attention of the powers that be to the very careless and dangerous habit that many persons, both old and young, have of throwing orange-peel ...

    Article : 206 words
  8. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    A large number of shearers have passed through Hay during the past fortnight, on route to the various stations in the district.—Standard. A flock of 6000 sheep, from the Upper Murray ...

    Article : 2,009 words
  9. THE CAREER OF AN IRISH REBEL.

    THE Lerant Herald gives a brief biographical notice of the late Colonel O'Reilly, who died at Fex, on the 29th of December last. Colonel O'Reilly was one of the leaders of the Young Ireland party, and the associate ...

    Article : 486 words
  10. GENERAL SUMMARY.

    In the House, of Lords, a motion, moved in committee, that the Council of Education be superseded by a Minister. of Public Instruction was negatived. ...

    Article : 1,325 words
  11. SPARROWS IN SYDNEY.

    SIR,—In your issue of Saturday a paragraph appears to the effect, that two sparrows have taken up their abode, and built a nest, in one of the three beautiful cypress-trees on Mr. Gibson's premises, in Hunter-street, Sydney. Your ...

    Article : 307 words
  12. PARRAMATTA.

    C. M. I. SOCIETY.—On Tuesday evening last the above society held their meeting at St. John's Schoolroom; the Rev. W. J. Gunther in the chair. The adjourned debate was opened by Mr. Bergan: "Upon whom did the blame of the ...

    Article : 1,157 words
  13. WATER POLICE COURT—MONDAY.

    Eighteen persons were fined for being drunk. James Downes, Alice Duigan, and Moses Stringer were severally fined for being drunk and disorderly. ...

    Article : 903 words
  14. THE SUPPOSED DOUBLE SUICIDE IN PARIS.

    WE published an account from Paris, lately, announcing the suicide of an English couple at the Hotel St. Petersbourg, 35, Rue Caumnrtin. The Daily News correspondent sends the following ...

    Article : 900 words
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