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  2. The Empire.

    THE country will hear with surprise, certainly with regret, that Mr. COWPER'S Ministry has resigned. Consequent on the adverse vote of Friday night last, Mr. COWPER, on Saturday, ...

    Article : 2,511 words
  3. LAW.

    THIS was an appeal from the decision of the Chief Commissioner, who had refused the insolvent his certificate on the ground of his not having furnished his books of account, and of his having knowingly omitted to comply ...

    Article : 129 words
  4. THE FULFILMENT OF THE PROPHECY £OR WHO IS THE TRAITOR!

    IN our issue of 4th July last, we adverted in strong terms to what was then becoming a prevalent impression, namely, that Mr. PARKES, having secured his seat for the Eastern division of the City, was mediating a signal ...

    Article : 3,534 words
  5. KEMPSEY, MACLEAY RTVER.

    IT is my painful duty to record the incidents of a melancholy accident, which occurred at Euroka Creek, on the 30th ultimo, viz., the death by drowning of a little girl about four years of age, the daughter of Mr. William ...

    Article : 364 words
  6. IN EQUITY.

    BEFORE the Primary Judge. MORRIS v. EBSWORTH. On the motion for an Injunction in this suit, his Honor delivered his decision as follows:— ...

    Article : 898 words
  7. RESIGNATION OF THE COWPER MINISTER.

    IN consequent of the vote of the Assembly on Friday night, Mr. Cowper and his colleagues tendered their resignation to the Governor-General, on Saturday; and now of course, retain office, on[?]y until their successors are ...

    Article : 220 words
  8. LIVERPOOL.

    MELANCHOLY AND SUDDEN DEATH.—On Sunday last, two men, evidently intoxicated, were quarrelling, when one of them felled the other to the earth by a blow from a sapling. When the man was down, his an[?]gonist ...

    Article : 402 words
  9. MASONIC INTELLIGENCE.

    Monday, 5.—Zotland Chapter Australia, No. 548, E.C.; at the Freema[?]on's Hall, York street. Australian Social Lodge, No 260 I.C., at Clark's Assembly Rooms, Elizabeth-street. Tuesday, 6.—Lodge of Australia, No. 548, E. C., at the ...

    Article : 306 words
  10. MAITLAND AND MORPETH.

    THERE has been but little stir this week, with the exception of a meeting at East Maitland, on the subject of the election of a member in room of the late one, Joseph Chambers, Esq., who in consequence of having accepted ...

    Article : 169 words
  11. DONATIONS TO THE AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM DURING AUGUST 1859.

    THE following books, published under the superintendence of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, and Museum of Practical Geology, presented on behalf of her Majesty's Government, per Sir Roderick Murchison—viz.—Report on Cornwall, Devon, &c., ...

    Article : 870 words
  12. RICHMOND RIVER.

    AUGUST 20.—Since my last the falls at Casino have become passable, bringing our correspondence from Sydney and Grafton—to the 10th instant from the former, but this is the first for [?] month, consequently ...

    Article : 497 words
  13. INSOLVENT COURT.

    Monday 5.—Richard M'Guffin, single, 10.30. John Warmleighton, second 11. Alexander F. D. Greville, single, 11.30. William M'Donald, adjourned examination, under judge's order 12. Edward Watts, ...

    Article : 129 words
  14. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.—Saturday.

    BEFORE Capt. Scott, Mr. Warburton, Mr. Breillat, J. P.s Five drunkards were brought up and mulcted in the usual penalty. John S[?]itt was charged with being of unsound mind ...

    Article : 126 words
  15. WATER POLICE COURT.—Saturday.

    BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate. Seven stragglers, belonging to H. M. S. Niger, were ordered to be sent on board. Mary Ann Garland, charged with disorderly conduct ...

    Article : 182 words
  16. SINGLETON.

    THE WEATHER.—On Saturday se night this neighbourhood was visited by rain, heavy but of short continuance. On Saturday morning the atmosphere was laden with "nimbi," which continued to gather, blacken, and descend, until about 3 o'clock p.m., ...

    Article : 2,210 words
  17. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

    THE Melbourne, Herald says:— Wa have received Cape of Good Hope papers to the 14th July, but with the exception of some commercial news which will be found elsewhere, our file contains nothing ...

    Article : 116 words
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