Thomas Roy was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Fined 5s. Moore v. Stoddart. The plaintiff claimed 4 for wages on a contract between Stoddart and ...Article : 2,177 words
H. H. Woolhouse v.—Kirby. Debt—£1 1s. Settled. Same v. Hanley. Debt—£3. Awarded £5, to be paid at the rate of 5s. per week, and 5s. costs. ...Article : 291 words
THE Ball Committee of the A. O. Foresters met at the Italian Hotel on Monday night to consider what stops should be taken for the furtherance of their object, Chief Ranger Pung presiding. A ...Article : 185 words
I VENTURE to believe that Saturday last will not readily be forgotten by those persons whose lot it, was to be present at the Melton demonstration in celebration of the arrival of the Royal Duke in ...Article : 2,605 words
PRESENT—Councillors Mairs, Blake, Graham, Duncan, Atkinson, Cuntwell, and Osborne. ANNUAL MEETING. Cr. M'Pherson (the President), being absent, a ...Article : 2,293 words
IT is my painful duty to record the demise of Mr. William Byres, one of the oldest and most respectable residents of Blackwood. The deceased gentleman has been conflued to a bed of sickness ...Article : 342 words
SINCE my last, the yield of the Mount Egerton Gold Mining Company is improving. The last crashing from the north end of the claim gave the magnificent yield of 600 ounces for the week, and ...Article : 176 words
IN compliance with a resolution passed at a meeting of the Road Board, a public meeting was convened in the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday night, to consider what steps should be taken ...Article : 881 words
Impounded at Bacchus Marsh. Trespass 5s. Kept back for supposed owner. Bay mare, star, [?] near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 4th ...Article : 96 words
ORDINARY meeting. Present—Messrs, G. Grant (in the chair), W. Grant (Millbank), J. Young, W. Anderson, W. Grant, M. Connell, J. Tyson, and T. Cain. ...Article : 1,949 words
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