BEFORE the hon. C. Lilley, Chief Justice. CLUNE V. M'DEVITT AND ANOTHER. This is an action brought by the plaintiff, John Clune, against the defendants, E. O. D. M. Devitt ...Article : 1,566 words
BEFORE the police-magistrate, and Messrs. J. H. Wheelwright, T. Illidge, T. F. Merry, and R. Bulcock, JJ.P. DESTRUCTION oF PROPERTY.—John Worst, ...Article : 362 words
THE weather for the past fortnight has been fine, and not so cold as previously. Last week it was cloudy for some days, but no rain fell. Grass and water are still abundant. ...Article : 48 words
HIS Honor Judge Hely mid the Crown Prosecutor (Mr. Daly) arrived hero on Sunday evening last, travelling from the port, as on previous occasions, iu an express conveyance provided by ...Article : 1,636 words
The weather is cold and gloomy, threatening to rain, yet not raining. The sun seems to have lost his Rockhampton fervor, and mufflers, great coats, and blankets are rummaged from their ...Article : 53 words
SOMEONE has very aptly remarked that the Lower Flinders represent the veritable Plains of Promise for stock but the Slough of Despond for man and any person now travelling through our ...Article : 381 words
The season continues to be exceptional in character, a moderate rainfall at short intervals having been the rule now for many months past. As a matter of course, with such a season the ...Article : 294 words
SIR,—Allow me to reply to the adverse criticism contained in your leader of the 28th instant, commenting on my letter that appeared in the Courier of the 25th instant, in which I ...Article : 986 words
As with the alluvial so with reefing, Gilberton has the honor of a special revival The local formation of Commissioner's Hill and the yield of surface stone extracted from the veins ...Article : 2,784 words
Weather: sharp, fine, frosty mornings, and a keen westerly wind blowing. All the bright herbage that adorned the town a few weeks since has changed its tint to a dirty gray, and looks as ...Article : 72 words
THAT we have been " inspected " very much of late will be evident from the following lines. First of all, the inspector of roads and bridges passed through only a few weeks ago; then the ...Article : 397 words
Weather decidedly chilly, with a cloudy sky, and slight showers during the last two or three nights. Vegetation, even of the hardier types, is completely at a standstill and grass in the ...Article : 40 words
The weather during the past week has been singularly capricious; some days cloudy, and overcast; threatening heavy rain, and then suddenly clearing off, succeeded by bright and clear ...Article : 728 words
THE present wet season is the latest that has been known here for years. No mails have been received for eleven weeks, and supplies in the interior are running very short. The roads, ...Article : 614 words
SIR,—The recent attempts to form a company in Brisbane, having for its object the preservation of meat, having failed, points to the fact that it is quite impossible in these times of ...Article : 741 words
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