BEFORE the Stipendiary Magistrate and H. Hopkins, Esq. DRUNKARD.—Margaret Turner was fined 5s., or twenty-four hours' imprisonment, for being ...Article : 1,552 words
After two postponements the general illumination of the city in honor of the arrival of H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh took place last night, on the very eve of the illustrious visitor's departure from our ...Article : 11,017 words
This match, which has for the last month or two been a prominent topic of conversation in cricketing circles, was commenced yesterday, on the upper ground in the domain. The morning ...Article : 1,480 words
Ivanhoe, Ralph's Bay, firewood; Richard and Emily, Port Cygnet, timber and palinga; Brothers, Freak, Alpha, Rover, Barnes' Bay, firewood. ENTERED OUT.—January 17. ...Article : 740 words
There has been no change iN quotations of wheat or flour to-day, the former remaining firm at 6s. 6d., and the latter at £10, but some movement may be anticipated after the arrival ...Article : 82 words
MESSRS. BEALEY & SMITH, at the mart, at 11 o'clock, general sale, household furniture, cows, &c. ...Article : 21 words
It is much easier for the public journalist to take the guage of common talk, than to get at the popular feeling, or at the more exalted sentiment of a people. Some would ...Article : 1,339 words
It will be seen by advertisement in another column that His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh will proceed on board the Galatea, from the Ordnance Wharf, at half-past 11 a.m. ...Article : 88 words
Last night being the night of general entry, there was a large attendance of parties interested at Mrs. Newman's, Union Club Hotel, to hear the declaration of the result. It had, ...Article : 199 words
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