BEFORE the Stipendiary Magistrate, and George Salier, Esq. INSULTING PASSERS-By.—M'Connell v. Symonsen, Case, and Paul.—This was an information ...Article : 264 words
In mylastletterIleftH.R.H the Duke of Edinburgh under the hospitable roof of the Hon.R.Q Kermode, Esq., at Mona Vale, and the accounts which have reached me of the magnificent entertainment provided ...Article : 6,483 words
Balmoral, schooner, 107 tons, H. A. Westbrook, for Melbourne, with palings. Bella Vista, barque, 166 tons, R. Henderson, for Sydney, with produce. ...Article : 531 words
A meeting by Government proclamation, under the " Cross and Bye Roads Acts of 1865 and 1867," was held at the Horse Shoe Inn, Cambridge, on Wednesday last, the 15th instant. ...Article : 1,253 words
Business has been dull in wheat and flour throughout to-day, and but few transactions have taken place. Wheat remains firm at 6s. 6d., at which figure a small quantity changed hands ...Article : 233 words
MESSRS. ROBERTS & CO., at Ellis's Yards, Green Ponds, stock; at the Good Woman Inn, horses, household furniture stack of bay.&c. ...Article : 24 words
It is now close upon thirty years since Rowland HILL startled the British public out of their propriety by his proposal for a penny post. At a still more recent period, ...Article : 2,399 words
It will be seen by our Launceston telegram that the Prince is now on his way back to Government House, where he is expected to dine at half-past seven o'clock this evening, ...Article : 100 words
It is to be presumed that none of the friends of, or parties interested in the above now rapidly approaching event can be unaware that this (Friday) evening is the evening of general entry. ...Article : 613 words
The ball passed off last night exceedingly well. About three hundred persons were present. It was a very grand affair. At supper,the Governor gave the Prince's health, and His Royal ...Article : 155 words
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