FROM the earliest date of our intercourse with the aborigines there has always been a traditional rumour amongst them of a creature hitherto supposed to befabulous,and many extraordinary stories ...Article : 912 words
POLICE OFFICE, Feb. 3.-There has been very little business at the office for the last week, neither the publicans nor the traps have had touch of a draw ; up to Thursday the following solitary case is all that has required magisterial ...Article : 293 words
HORTLE v. HoUGHTON.-This was an information by the Chief District Constable against Mrs. Sarah Houghton of the "Mitre Tavern," Longford, for receiving a watch and coat in payment for a tavern bill. Mr. Douglas ...Article : 2,304 words
SIR,-The meddling conduct of all classes of persons, whether as public officers or otherwise, is a fair subject for the animadversion of the press; but it is highly essential that the officious conduct of the constabulary should be ...Article : 397 words
A CERTIFICATE is forwarded to us from one Robert Edwards, to the effect that he paid five shillings and sixpence to a clerk in the police-office for a farm for a conditional pardon, which money, the clerk afterwards denied ...Article : 580 words
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