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  2. Supreme Court.

    BEFORE his Honor the Chief Justice, without a jury. POWER V. ERVIN. This is an action in which the plaintiff (George ...

    Article : 1,124 words
  3. Official Notifications.

    APPOINTMENTS.—J. S. Jessop, James Skelton, and F. M. Merrett, to be trustees of the Dalby racecourse, in the room of H. Thorn and G. B. Molle, deceased, and F.S.B. Bowerman, who has ...

    Article : 682 words
  4. Sporting Gossip.

    THE Spring meeting is now a thing of the past, and for a short period things in the turfy world will have a spell; and really I am not sorry, for what with being up at 4 in the mornings to see ...

    Article : 1,680 words
  5. Mr. Forrest's Recent Exploring Trip.

    OUR readers will remember that the last portion of the journal published left the party walled in, completely blocked, at the bottom of a pretty, romantic, but rock-bound glen, from ...

    Article : 2,027 words
  6. Surat.

    MR. NAYLOR, sen., of the Commercial Hotel, met with an accident on the 5th instant which might have been attended with serious injury. He was opening a bottle of liquid ammoui[?] as an ...

    Article : 361 words
  7. Ipswich.

    THE news of Trickett's defeat was received here with the utmost incredulity and regret. In fact so fixed was the certainty of the Australian's victory in the public mind that the first ...

    Article : 626 words
  8. Intercolonial Mining News in Brief.

    THE escorts brought down the following quantities of gold to Sydney for the week ending 11th instant:—From Gulgong, 803oz.; Bathurst, 220oZ.; Sofala, 455oz.; Hill End, 398oz.; ...

    Article : 1,305 words
  9. Bundaberg.

    AT the Police Court to-day, a case of unusual occurrence in this vicinity was adjudicated upon. Thomas Brown, of the Gregory, was charged with illegally killing a beast, the property of C. ...

    Article : 292 words
  10. The Molangool Reefs.

    WARDEN ARMSTRONG has furnished the Under Secretary for Mines with the following particulars of the new mining district at Molangool, dated Tenningering, November 8:—"I visited ...

    Article : 888 words
  11. Maryborough.

    THE vexed back-rates question still engrosses the attention of the community. A public meeting of the ratepayers was held on the 5th instant, at which some stormy scenes were ...

    Article : 840 words
  12. Toowoomba.

    WE are in the enjoyment of beautiful weather for the crops, which are rapidly ripening. Harvesting has commenced in many parts, and will soon be general. The news from the districts ...

    Article : 116 words
  13. Hemmant.

    SINCE my last the weather has been splendid for the growing crops, which look first-rate, and the sun and showers have given the grass a good start, so that feed is everywhere abundant. ...

    Article : 244 words
  14. City Police Court.

    BEFORE the police-magistrate and Colonel Ross, J.P. MUNICIPAL SUMMONS CASES.—Alexander Todd, an omnibus driver, for smoking on his bus whilst ...

    Article : 423 words
  15. North Pine.

    THE treat given to the children at Terrors Creek on the 9th was thoroughly enjoyed; there were about ninety present, little and big. A sumptuous tea was served in the schoolhouse, ...

    Article : 313 words

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