ALLAN MACPHERSON, Esq, M.L.A., appeared before his cons[?]uents in this part of the eleotrate on Tuesday evening, the 20th Instant, to render as acoount of his stewardahip during the past session. The Court-house ...Article : 1,152 words
The following letter appears in the Bathurst Times of Wednesday Jast:- TO THE EDITOR OF THE BATHUR[?]T TIMES. Sir.—I wish to inform the miners throngh your ...Article : 434 words
BEFORE the full Court. FQUITY APPEAL. DR V[?]HTON V [?]DD AND OTHERS, The arguments in this sult were resumed, but not conelnded. ...Article : 37 words
THE following letters were received by the late mail from England, and are referred to in our leading columus:- "Statistical Department, June 6th, 1864. "Sir.—I beg to thank you for copies of the [?] a ...Article : 1,497 words
Breastuffs unchanged. In the Assembly a propesition to borrow £76,000 for railway purposes, is being discussed. MR. ROBERTS, THE CELEBRATED BILLIARD PLAYER. ...Article : 4,658 words
CRIMINAL CASE.—The Queen v. Underwood and another. INSOLVENCY APPEAL.—In re the Tomage Coal Mining Company. ...Article : 83 words
BEFORE the Chief Commissioner. On the motion of Mr. Humphery, the following plans of distribution were confirmed:—Alfred Hitchine, 1 7-8d. in the £; Robert Rse, preferential claims only; ...Article : 425 words
SIR,—I trust, as the friend of the public, you will give publicity to the following ciraumstance connected with our city Marher, in order that his Worship the Mayor may cause his auhordinates to do their duty, and by so ...Article : 279 words
BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, with Messrs. S. H. Pearce, and G. O. Clarke. Arn'e McDonnell, charged with drunkenness and riotous conduct in Charles-street, of Liverpool-street, was ...Article : 1,025 words
IT is rather hard that the convenience and interests of a whole town, or the greater part of it, should be [?]encriflced to gratify the cupidity of one man, and that man in no way entilled to the gratitude nor the respest of his ...Article : 1,047 words
Friday, 23.—Edward Bryan, William Bell, third ThomaS Callaghan, deceased, Ernest Cordes, James Cunningham, second. At Armidale: Ebenezer Keats, aingle. At Goulburn: Henry Mitchell, single. ...Article : 274 words
CA SA. MOTIONS. INTERPLEADER.—Scanlon v. Kent. ...Article : 14 words
BEFORE Mr. District Judge Cheeke. SENTENCES.—William Kelly, larceny, twelve months' labour in Parramatta gaol; Robert Grant, larceny, three months' labour in Parramatia gaol; Robert Fletoher ...Article : 366 words
An owl (Athene maculata): by Thomas Lowry, Eeq. Three musk-deer (Thagulus javanlous); by Chas, Moore, Esq. A sea snake (Pelamis bioolor: by Captain Hickson, R.N. A satin bowere bird (Ptilonorhynchurs holosericeus); by Mr. ...Article : 602 words
BEFORE the Police Magistrate, with Messrs. Levey, Hoskio, Birrell, Smithers, and Sutherland. Of eight persons brought before the Court, four were discharged and two remanded. ...Article : 788 words
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