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  2. Supreme Court.

    BEFORE his Honour Mr. Justice Harding. LARCENY. The case of Ebenezer Thorne, charged with the larceny of a cow under sections 17 and 97 of the ...

    Article : 2,526 words
  3. SYDNEY.

    The City of Melbourne, s., has arrived from Noumea. Among her advices is a fearful account of suffering and privation. The steamer India, with the [?]nants of the Marquis de ...

    Article : 215 words
  4. Larrikinism in the Valley.

    SIR,—Noticing complaints in your columns at various times relative to the annoyances inflicted on the residents of Stratton (and those using the G[?]limba-road) by the Valley larrikins, I have ...

    Article : 170 words
  5. Astronomic Phenomena of 1881.

    THE present year is a remarkable one in an astronomical sense. It is full of extraordinary astronomical phenomena, the appearance of which has been long anticipated and the ...

    Article : 1,508 words
  6. Items of Late Mail News.

    THE Chinese treaty with the United States is exciting some uneasiness, lest China in revising her treaties should absolutely prohibit the importation of opium, and point to the American ...

    Article : 1,374 words
  7. A Big Enterprise.

    JAY GOULD and a number of other wealthy American speculators are moving in a telegraphic, consolidation scheme of stupendous dimensions, and one which may yet be of very considerable ...

    Article : 1,544 words
  8. Must Push on to the Border.

    SIR,—The Courier of the 18th contains a paragraph I think somewhat misleading. You infer that in cosequence of the New South Wales Government being unable to carry out the ...

    Article : 168 words

    The Legislative Assembly have agreed to an amendment on the third reading of the Reform Bill to the effect that the dissolution of the Council shall not take place until June 30, 1883. ...

    Article : 88 words
  10. A Post Office Clock.

    DIR,—I hope you will give me apace for a line in your broadsheet to complain of a great want. Residents of Brisbane, only a short distance out of Queen-street, seldom hear the post office clock ...

    Article : 198 words

    March 23. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report as follows:—2284 head of cattle were yarded today; prices fell 15s. to 20s. We sold 260 for ...

    Article : 985 words
  12. The Export of Meat.

    WE have been favoured with permission from Mr. W. Hays, of Hays and Bundock, of Townsville, to publish the following letter, just received by him from Mr. Robert Christison, who has ...

    Article : 1,025 words
  13. The Transcontinental Railway.

    SIR,—I am glad to see that Mr. Cottell, of Roma, has discussed in your columns the western extension of our railway system. So far from thinking that Mr. Cottell is guilty of any ...

    Article : 689 words

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