COMMITTAL.—A respectable looking lad, named Thomas Brown, who was remanded on Saturday upon a charge of stealing a shilling from Mr. Maxwell, was committed for trial at the next ...Article : 2,223 words
SIR—I avail myself of the present unwelcome interruption to our researches in the bed of the Turon, to state an inconvenience the gold digging community now labour under, and also ...Article : 410 words
GILMANDYKE DIGGINGS.—We paid a visit to the new diggings on the Gilmandyke Creek a few days ago, and found some fifty or sixty miners at work, consisting principally of the neighbours, ...Article : 557 words
SIR—On my return from the country last evening, I had the satisfaction to read your leading article in the Empire of the 19th inst. Any endeavours to persuade the country population ...Article : 366 words
WE have files of the Wellington Independent to the 6th of March. A meeting of the members and friends of the Settlers' Constitutional Association had taken ...Article : 314 words
SIR—I have read with much interest the letter of H G.D., on the subject of General Compulsory Education in the Sydney Herald of the 27th instant. He is right. From the peace of 1815, ...Article : 522 words
OUR files of Hobart Town and Launceston, papers extend to the 17th ultimo, eleven days later than our last advices. Our last notice of the Van Dicmen's Land ...Article : 4,611 words
If, as Dr. Ward believes, a rich deposit of the precious metal will be found in the Fingal district, his name will for ever stand associated with the discovery as one who has communicated ...Article : 1,190 words
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH, WESTMINSTER.—At the sitting of the Court on Thursday morning. Sir F. Thesiger moved for judgment in the case of Clarkson v. Kayo. This action was brought ...Article : 4,152 words
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