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  2. SOUTHERN DISTRICTS.

    GOULBURN HOSPITAL— WE perceive by advertisement that Miska Hauser has kindly consented to give a benefit this evening, at the Commercial Hotel, in aid of the funds of the above institution. ...

    Article : 885 words
  3. SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    At the Annual Meeting of this Institution, which was held on Tuesday evening, the following Report was read by the Secretary. Its length precluded us from publishing it in our report of ...

    Article : 2,113 words
  4. COURT OF REQUESTS— £30 JURISDICTION.

    This was an action brought to recover £10 15s., the value of goods alleged to be sold and delivered by plaintiff to defendant. The plaintiff proved the delivery of ten cases of preserved fruits and claimed ...

    Article : 2,122 words
  5. COMMERCIAL RECORD.

    IN the retail trade of the metropolis, busines remains exceedingly dull, though the present season is usually one of considerable animation. ...

    Article : 730 words
  6. CENTRAL POLICE COURT— WEDNESDAY.

    DRUNKARDS' LIST— Only four cases were on this list: three women and one man. One of the women was discharged; the other offenders were condemned in the usual penalties. ...

    Article : 909 words
  7. REPORTS OF MISSIONARY STATIONS IN THE SOUTH SEAS.

    This month completes the tenth year of our Mission Seminary. Since the commencement, we have received into the institution 121 men, 102 women, 111 youths under fourteen, and ...

    Article : 825 words
  8. CITY COMMISSIONERS' COURT.

    James Berry, cab-driver, was summoned by Inspector Stubbs for a breach of the 43rd section of the Hackney Carriage By laws, for suffering his cab to stand a longer time than necessary in the ...

    Article : 801 words
  9. MR. STALLWORTHY'S DISTRICT.

    Since my last report, several important changes have taken place in my district. Its limits have been extended; on the cast, Salevalasi, formerly belonging to Mr. Harbutt's diatrict; ...

    Article : 332 words
  10. MORETON BAY.

    A public meeting was held in Ipswich, on Friday evening, 20th January, to take into consideration — as the advertisement calling the meeting expressed it— matters connected with the welfare ...

    Article : 1,029 words
  11. SAMOAN MISSON PRESS.

    The proceedings of the mission press during the year that in now closing have been far more encouraging than any of late, and the results of our work are larger and more satisfactory than ...

    Article : 447 words
  12. IMPOUNDINGS.

    BINDA, January 29, from Mr. Evans' Run — Bay horse, HR near shoulder, crown off shoulder, hind feet white, lame in fore feet, saddle marked aged, 16½ hands high, damages 10s. If not ...

    Article : 363 words
  13. WATER POLICE COURT— WEDNESDAY.

    CITY POLICE CASES— John Smith and John Holmes were severally convicted of drunkenness and sentenced in the usual penalties, Richard Batters, found guilty of making use of obscene ...

    Article : 103 words
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    DRAY ROBBERY— A man named James Hayhoe, is in custody under the following circumstance's — He was in partnership with another man, in a dray and five ballocks. His partner died, but left a ...

    Article : 295 words
  15. MR. HARBUTT'S DISTRICT.

    Amidst much of a depressing character, we have still much to encourage as to persevere, It is now three months since all the chiefs and people of Aleipata, connected with the war party ...

    Article : 986 words
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    STONE SHOT— Some of the guns of the Mary Rose, sunk A. D. 1545, were loaded with stone shot. The marble balls used in the cannon of the Dardanelles are well known; but the latest ...

    Article : 106 words
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    This jurisdiction appears to work exceedingly well for the public; so much so that we are informed Mr. G. R. Nichols, M. C., intends upon the re-assembling of the Legislative Council to ...

    Article : 66 words
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