THE House met at the usual hour. Several petitions and notices of motion were received. The notice of motion by Mr. DOUGLAS for a "copy of all agreements between Messrs. ...Article : 2,603 words
A meeting of the sugar planters of the surrounding districts was held to-day for the purpose of discussing the Pacific Island Laborers Bill now before Parliament. It was decided that ...Article : 104 words
BEFORE his Honor Mr. Justice Pring. JORDAN AND ANOTHER V. DONOVAN. This was action brought by Michael Jordan and Moscs Harris (as excentors of the will of the ...Article : 1,052 words
KELLY is to [?]otried at Melhourne on October 15. The Church of England at Braidwood has just got a half-ton bell, which is expected to largely increase the congregation. ...Article : 1,394 words
The Star of Hope reef has crushed 65 tons of stone for 79oz. 4dwt. of gold. ...Article : 23 words
A meeting of the Conglomerate Prospecting Committee was held this evening. It is probable that further prospecting in the same locality will be abandoned. ...Article : 87 words
A private telegram from Foochow states that the E. and A. Company's steamer Bowen left for Australia on the 15th instant with teas. A daring burglary was committed at ...Article : 174 words
The unemployed again interviewed the Minister for Works to-day, who said that when the Lancefield Railway was commence[?] and the Harbor Trust Bill passed there would be plenty ...Article : 98 words
The Rev. John Bach was found dead in a clo[?]et attached to the Church Society's Building to-day. A [?]EAT little pamphlet, published by Mr. J. ...Article : 3,266 words
Sir,—Some months back a good deal of correspondence apreared in your own and contemporary's columns anent the delays occurring in passing documents through the Real Property ...Article : 594 words
BEFORE the police-magistrate, Commander Russell, and Messrs. C. Spry, T. Illidge, and A. R. Jones, JJ.P. DRUNKENNESS.—Daniel Kane, for this offence, ...Article : 543 words
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