A Constable in Handcuffs—A constable named Cooper was brought up to the Hobart town Police Office, on warrant to answer a complaint of illusing a female in the Westbury district, the warrant ...Article : 1,537 words
OMISSION.—In the peaco holiday announcement in another column, is omitted notice of the illumination at the Government School on Wednesday last. It is but fair to state ...Article : 1,207 words
The [?] case, Kelly v Morrison, was heard finally on Monday and was dismissed. Captain Kelly it appears, had been trespassing on Mr. Morrison's land, and hence the assault, viz.—A ...Article : 630 words
At the adjourned preliminary meeting on this subject, held in the Municipal Council Chamber, yesterday afternoon, the following gentlemen were present, viz:—Revds Dr. Browne, R. K. Ewing ...Article : 240 words
Mr. Joseph Brown, of the " Angel Inn," pleaded guilty to aa information charging him with a breach of the above clause, was fined £3 and costs. ...Article : 1,046 words
The misconduct of the Government in allowing the cholers to come amongst us rankles deeply in the hearts of the inhabitants, and nothing that hu taken place since the Mauritius hat been a British ...Article : 832 words
Launceston on Wednesday last, had much more the appearance of a day of mourning than one of rejoicing The employees in the Public Offices, and principal places of business as usual, nearly ...Article : 868 words
THE third and last of the extra concerts given by the Philharmonic Society took place on the evening of the 5th ult., at the Theatre Royal, his Extellency the [?] being present for the ...Article : 507 words
FRANCE occupied at the opening of the congress a peculiar, and, in her history, novel position. Her plenipotentaries were to arrive last, and to ratify without having been consulted. That was ...Article : 347 words
On Thursday last Norah Flynn, an elderly Irishwoman, who could scarcely make herself understood in English, was brought before the Police Magistrate and J. Fawns, Esq ...Article : 538 words
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