The manager of Lake's Creek Meat Preserving Works notifies that the establishment will remain closed for another season, unless a guarantee is obtained from the squatters of the district for ...Article : 59 words
SIR,—In reply to the enquiry of "Legalis," in a letter headed "The Roster, Brisbane Police Court," in your issue of January 3, I submit it is the absence of a roster that originates the state of ...Article : 218 words
FROM files of the S. M. Herald to hand, we extract the following. The Herald of January 1, says:— Our readers will be pleased to learn that there ...Article : 1,500 words
The Hon. Mr. Woods, Commissioner of Works for Victoria, arrived here to-day on business with reference to the Government coal contract. The schooner Merchantman, while in tow by ...Article : 57 words
BEFORE the police-magistrate. MINOR OFFENCES.—Henry Doyle, for being drunk and disorderly, was fined 20s., with the alternative of twenty-four hours' imprisonment; ...Article : 352 words
The southern mails have not yet arrived. Rain is general throughout the country, w[?] is looking splendid, and grass plentiful. ...Article : 26 words
Edward Hall, with his son, Patrick Hall, and Pater Ivin, were committed for trial to-day for stealing two valuable mares with their foals, the property of H. C. White, Esq. One of the mares ...Article : 55 words
Thomas Ross, a miner, while under the influence of liquor, committed suicide by cutting his throat. His body was found out in the bush some hours after he had killed himself. ...Article : 38 words
Messrs, Clough and Co. report:—"A large attendance at our wool sales to-day. Fully London prices were realised; in some instances higher." ...Article : 1,142 words
SIR,—The question of what was to bo done with the over-supply of fat stock in the Australias was a vexed one many years ago, and is now becoming much more so. The vast extent of ...Article : 1,241 words
A valuable testimonial was presented to Mr. Dicken, the police-magistrate, on the eve of his departure from this place. The affair took place at the School of Arts last Saturday night. ...Article : 107 words
BEFORE Messrs. J. H. Wheelwright and T. Finney, JJ.P. James Hutton v. Louis Weber.—Claim 10s., for work and labor done. Verdict for plaintiff ...Article : 141 words
From a crushing of 25 tons of stone out of the Carpentaria claim 18oz. were obtained. 8 tons from the Better Luck gave 12oz. 19 tons from the Papa yielded 21oz. The John Mitchell ...Article : 91 words
THE usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council was held yesterday afternoon, there being present—his Worship the Mayor (in the chair), Aldermen Baines, Pettigrew, Thorne, ...Article : 3,775 words
Owing to the state of the country the down mail has again returned. The Thornborough mail is overdue; the rivers are impassable. ...Article : 44 words
All the A.S.N. Company's steamers in port, with the exception of the Ly-ee-Moon, are now manned by the old crews, and the company may be said to be fairly at work again. ...Article : 621 words
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