THE debate on the Land Act is becoming wearisome HONOEABLE members all consider themselves bound to emit oracular atterncea upon the quesition not becurse they have ...Article : 2,323 words
At the Land Court held to day there were 31 applications for 18,000 acres of land, the majority of which were granted Several applications for certificates of fulfilment of the conditions ...Article : 2,492 words
In the Times of the 6th instant ippeared a letter from their Paris correspondent, entitled " a French Scare " This letter referred to, and commented it large, on ...Article : 2,499 words
THE Prussian correspondent of the Times telegraphs:—THE DUETCHE Allgemenic Correspondent, a lithograph sheet credited with anthentic intelligence, says: ...Article : 1,520 words
SIR,—A recent arrival in your port begs the favor of a small space in your columns to commont briefly upon the absence of opportunity, either for passengers landin or delivery of the ...Article : 482 words
WHEN are we to have our jetty? The need of it was apparent yesterday and the day before, when the Jessie Kelly, with a large number of pigs, sheep, and horses on board, stuck at the ...Article : 745 words
BEFORE W. H. DAY ESq., J.P. DRUNDENNESS.—One inebriate was fined 5s., or twelve hours in the lock-up and another was fined 10s., or twenty four hours. ...Article : 478 words
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