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CROWN LANDS' SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOOROWA. On Wednesday, the 4th day of April next. COUNTRY LOTS.—HARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860

CROWN LANDS' SALES: AT TIIE POLICE O IrCD, ]OOROWA. On IYrednesday, the ,tI day of April oext. .COUNTRIY LOTS.--IIARIDEN. Lot 1, 12 acres 1 rood 13 perclhes; lot 2, 20 acres 1 rood; lot 3, 30 acres; lot4, 44 acres; lot 5, 45 acres 3 roods; lot 6, 47 acres 2 roods; lots 7 and 8, 47 acres each; lot 0, 46 acres 2 roods; lot 10, 44 acres 2 roods; lot 11, 42 acres I rood; lot 12, 40 acres 1 rood; lot 13, 38 acres; lot 14, 36 acres; lot 15, 32 acres 3 roods; lots 16 to 27, 31 acres 2 roods each; lots 28 to 31, 37 acres 2 roods each--portions 31 to 61, on and near the Plains Creekl, between the villages of Murrimboollt and Cunningar. Lots 32 to 34, 30 acres each; lots 35 to 38, 33 acres 1 rood each; lots 39 to 42, 31 acres each; lots 43 and 44, 49 acres 2 roods each--portions 62 to 74, lyin south-easterly from the village of Mlurrim Lot 45, 41 acres; lots 46 and 47, 41 acres 1 rood each; lot 48, 41 acres; lots 49 to 52, 40 acres 3 roods each; lots 53 to 1 6, 44 acres each; lots 57 to 60 47...

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COUNTRY NEWS. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860

COUNTR Y NE IVS. COOMA. (From our omn Correiondent.) ?unLIc MIIETINO.-A publio meeting was held this afternoon, at the court-house, for the purpose of petitioning the government to have the gold escort passing through Cooma. R. Dawson, Esq., P.M., filled the chair, and having explained the object of the meeting, Tlhe Rev. J. l)ruitt, in a speech of some length, expatiated on the various reasons for the proposition he was about submitting to tile meeting, and the benefits that would accrue to the district. iHe then proposed, 1. "That a committeeoo of those gentlemen be ap pointed to draw up apetition to the government, urging the necessity of the gold escort passing through Cooma and Queanboeynn, to meet the Braidwood mail at Bore." 2. "That the Postmaster-General be memorialized to allow an oextra mail a week, malting three mails instead of two to Cooma, and the mail be extended to the diggings." Thlese were seconded by Mr. Clifford, and carried unanimously. Messrs. Dawson, Mereweth...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE KIANDRA DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860

LOCAL ILVNELLIGENCE. THE KTANDIA )IGGINGS. DuniGo tile wceek several persons have returned from tile Kiamndra diggings. 't'heir reports are not so favourable as might have been expected. One on whoso information we are disposed topluce implicit reliance states that the really payable dig gings are all comprised in an area of about fifteen acres. All who are at work on this pice of ground, and consisting of those who were first on the field, are doing exceedingly weil. One party got about three pints ofgoln before dinnecr It is from these that the large quantitles of gohl reported are got. The rest of the population are merely prospecting, and atong them no large lidsl of gohl are rcported, A great dteal of drinkling and gambling is going on, especially on Sundays. Nominally the wagea for laborers are those alreadtly stated in this paper, but whelre there is one man abile to employ labor, there are a lhundredl walking about who would gladily hire. .Numberlcss holes hove been snlik an...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [We are desirous that our columns should be regarded as open to all parties, and we are therefore willing to give insertion to all temperately and inteillgibly written letters on subjects of public interest, even though the opinions advanced may be diametrically opposite to our own.] To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860

CO1RRESP OND ENCE. all taempurately and Intellllgity wrllten letter on Eubjrctl of public Iloer?nt, eveno tlhuugh thile opons advanced mny te dlthretrially opposite to our own.] To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. SI,-In your issue of tie 18th ultimo appaored a letter, signed " An Ovc seer," Bland P'lins, in reply to my communication, which appeared in your issue of the 7th January last, which runs thus:--" A poor, but respectable looking Scotchman was empltoyd a short time since by on overseer on the station of a gentleman residing not quite a hundred miles from Goulburn, to er.ct a hut, or,as I should designate it, n house. In conformity with the tenor of the memorandum of agreement, the poor man finished the job; but, tie very day on which he finished it, the overseer, as lie states (that is the poor mnn), gave him a most utnmerciful beating. The poor man wheni ho recovered the effects of the hard thrashing, proceeded to Burrows, in order to obtain a summons. This morting I met...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860

QUEANBEYAN. (From our own Correspondent.) SvTICKINo-UP.-On Thursday last a man of the name of Lennon was-,roturning from the Kiandfa diggings, ivhen about a mile from the Rob Roy public-house, he was stopped by two men, who de mnanded his money. Lennon, perhaps, acted wisely, and gave them the whole amount which he was pos sessed off, being £lI, which they tool,, and bade Lonynon be off about his business as quickly as pos. siblo. iHe then hastened to the Rob Roy, and ob taining a double-barrelled gun from Mr. Dunn, the landlord, went back, and took one of thie rulians prisoner, marched him to Dunn's, and kept him there the whole of tihe day. Night having aup iproached. Lennoa and Duan became alarmed, sous pecting there was a party of the robbers, and Lennon thinkiing it best to secure his own, obliged his prisoner to sell his blankets, and pay him the amount of which he was robbed. No assistance having been offered by Dunn to secure thie prisonor, Iheo in sonime way or other mode h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860

Wanted, A GOOD JOBBING SMITHI. Wages no object. Apply to C. COLE, eoachmaker, Vererr-street. 5099 Wanted, A STEADY SINGLE MAN as COOK. Bobriety . indispensable. Apply to J. W. HOSKING, Foxlow. March 3rd, 1860. 5077 Hgrses-Horses-Horses. W. ANTED, twenty good up-standing horses, fit fobr coaching purposes. Apply to JOHN J. ROBERTS, 5020 Royal HIotel. To Builders. -PERSONS desirous of tendering for the erection of K a noew cottago, may inspect the plans and speci lication ar my houso, Clifford-btrceet, Goulhurl, from FRIDAY, .March 9th, to FRIDAY, March 16th. ull ?i. LOuD. To Lot,. F?I ARMS AT GUNDAROO' Apply to MR. A. LEVY, 4t64 Quaonboyan. To be Let, rPIE SHOPS and HOUSES now occupied as the ! ' Goulburn Herald ' office, and Stationery Ware house, situated in the best business part of the princi pal strogt, immediately opposite to the now Commer cial Bakle. The shops have a froatogo of thirty eight feet, and can be let either together or separately. For furtheor particulars address ...

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THE LUPRECHAUN: OR FAIRIES' SHOEMAKER. A LEGEND OF 108. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860

THE LUPRECHAUN: OR FAIRIES' SHOE- MAKER.     A LEGEND OF '98.   BY HARRY D--------.     APEMANTUS.--The best state, contentless,     Hath a distracted and most wretched being, Worse than the worst, content.--Timon of Athens. INTRODUCTION.   Hail! heaven-born maid! serene Content! By Providence benignly sent To smooth life's rugged road, To thee alone we mortals owe Whate'er of happiness we know In this our brief abode. Thy soothing presence can impart A balm to heal the wounded heart, Can dry the tearful eye, Make dry the pathway to the tomb, Or penetrate the dungeon's gloom, And check the captive's sigh. The jewell'd crown, unblest by thee, Athwart the brow of majesty A sombre shadow throws. While o'er the lowly peasant's head Thy smiles the purest joys can shed, And yield him calm repose. Best friend to all the human race, Thy cheering footsteps we may trace From palace down to ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860

ORIGINAL POETRY [NOTE.--The author (one of those devil-may-care   dabblers in verse, who neither court praise nor fears censure, thinks it may not be amiss to state, that this whimsical version of an   old fireside tale, penned upwards of a (quar ter of a century past, amid the wild and romantic scenes bordering the Cataract River, East Bargo, made its first appearance before an Australian public in the columns of' Bell's Life in Sydney,' shortly after the commencement of that journal's career under the talented editor   ship of its founder, T. Revel Johnson, Esq.; the poem, in a revised form and with some trifling emendations, is now presented to the editor and proprietor of the 'Goulburn Herald,' as a slight token of the interest felt in the prosperity of that well-conducted organ of public intelligence, by H.D.]   Yassville, February, 1860).

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THE LUPRECHAUN*: OR FAIRIES' SHOEMAKER. A LEGEND OF [?]08. 'Tis fairy-gold, boy.—Shakespeare. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 10 March 1860

THE LUPRECHAUN*: OR FAIRIES' SHOE- MAKER. A LEGEND OF '98. BY HARRY D--------.       'Tis fairy-gold, boy.--Shakspeare.         Pat Kavanah was the only son His widowed mother ever had,   And when he came to twenty-one,   Was called "a clever, likely lad." Pat with his aged parent dwelt, Her sole support, her only joy, And proud enough indeed she felt, To find her son so good a boy. The bit o' ground well out he laid,   The cabin thatched secure and dry, And when the rent itself was paid, Pat kept a tenant in the sty. The bog was distant scarce a mile, That fed the hearth, the horse, the cow,   There snail-horned "Dhrimmen" wandered, while   Her crony "Darby" dragged the plough.   To sow or reap, or thrash, or dig, Or jump a dyke, or cast a stone,     Or dance a good loose "moreen jig,"+ Fai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

Wanted, SA STEADY SINGLE MAN as COOK. Sobriety indispensable. Apply to J. W. HOSKING, Foxlow. March 3rd, 1860. 507: Horses -Horses-Horses. WlANTED, twenty good up-standing horses, lit ¥V for coaching purposes. Apply to JOHN J. ROBERTS, 5020 Royal Hotel. Notice. PARTIES having open accounts with the under. signed up to the end of last December, are respectfilly requested to settle tile same at earliest tonvenieone. E. BUTLER, Market square, 5120 Goulburn. Oriental Bank Corporation. N OTICE is hereby given that an A eney:of this Corporation is now open on the Snowy liveor Gold-fields, under the management of Mr. Thomas Horton, of.Adelong. Yass, 3rd March, 1860, 5095 Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Cooma. BRANCH of this Bank is now open at COOMA, MANEROO, on the premises of Mr. Haines, Innkeeper, and which is Ibr the present under'the management of T. A. 1)IBBS, Esquire. February 23rd, 1860. .5028 , .Notice to Presbyterians. A MEETING will be held in the Court House, Cooma, on Tu...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, TUMUT. On Wednesday, the 18th day of April next. COUNTRY LOTS.—BUCCLEUCH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

AT TIIHE OLICE OFFaIE, TUMUT. On Wednesday, the 18th day of April next. S COUNTRY LOTs.-B0UCCI UCII. Lot 1, 37 bores; lot 2, 50 acres; lot 3, 62 ares I rood; lot'4, 48 ncres; lot, 50, acres; lot 6, 58 acres I rood; lot 7, 45 acres;'lot 8, 50 acres; lot 9, 38 a,,res 3 roods; lot 10, 50 acres; lot 11, 45 acres; lots 1! and 13, 88 acres 3 roods each-portions 189 to 2)1, at Lncmalae Plain, near Goobarragaudra, or Little Tumoot River. Lot 14,57 acres 1 rood; lot 15. 60 aores 1 rood; I0 16, 64 acres-portions 262 to 204, aodjacent to the Sstern boundary of Timothy Mnra's 38'; acres, on Golbbarragsndra or Little Tumut River. Lot 17, 83 acres; lot 18, 76 acres; lot 19, 65 acres; lot 20, 74 acres-portions 205 to 208, on Goobnrra gandra or Little Tumut River, adjcnent to the h?at orn boundary of Timothy Mara's 380 acres. Lot 21, 130 acres; lot 22, 85 acres; lot 23, 101 acres; lot 24, 59 acres; lot 25, 49 acres; lot 26, 63 acres; lot 27, 61 acres; lot 28, 48 acres; lot 29, 32 scres; lots 30 and...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BERRIMA. On Wednesday, the 11th day of April next. COUNTRY LOTS—CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

Ai :T E POLICE OFFICEI, .ERRIMA. SOn i ednesday, the llth doy of April next.. COUNTIRY LOTS --CAMDEN. :Li: 3,38 cres 2 roods; lot 2, 40 acres; lot 3; 41 acres 3 roods; lot 4, 182 neres-at Mandemar, aliopt 3 nmiles westerly from Berrima, adjoining the north bbuiidary of A. Richards' 830 acres, and tho west boundary of S. Hebblewhito's 640 acres. The upset price of the above lots is £1 per acre. TOWN LOTS.-AT BERRIMA. lotS6 2 roods; lot 6, I rood; -lots 7 and.8, 2 roods rach; lot 9, 1 rood; lot 10. 2 rouds-allotments 1 to 6 oftectiou 16. Lots it to 14, 2 roods each, allotments 4 to 7 of section 17.ý ' Loets 15 to 20, 2 roods each, allotments 11 to 16 of section 22." ', Lots 21 to 25, 2 roods each, allotments 2 to 8 of section'26; ' Lots 2-+ to 44. 2 roods each, allotments 1.to 9, 22, 26 to 33,'and 36 of section 37. The upset price of the above lots is £8 per-acre.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

COeMMERCIAL. L.. . [Unless ottherwe expressed, the prlreo quoted nto thin article are those in transactlonsbetween tlhe producer and the rset pur haseOr;not as between one dealer and another, much lees the retoll prleoel. aREOiWWonhTt.-Whent, per buslhe, t.; oain, 8. Od. to 0n.; horley, Os.; hny, per too, £10 to £1t; potatoes, £10 to C12. tronr.--Fne flour, per ton, £22; second, ditto, £20; bran, per buohel,t?.Sd. ; wheat, Os. od. to a.; tmoleirn. Cd. to 2e 7d.; oant, O?. to d4. d.; barley, 2O. 9d to OSn. d. ; cheese, 7d. to 8d.; b paon, 8d. to Dd.; hay, £0 to £8. HOnaS MnARKls T.-. Messrs. Bort and Co. notice a steady continluous demand for large sized usefuo horses. Our sales this week have been well at tended; the disposals amount to 87 head, out of 20o7 offered. Of these more thIan a third nomprised country lots from Shoalhaven, Isiama, and tho Hoollter, the prices for wnieh ranged from £21 to -45 for harness horses, and £14 to £28 for saddle horses; one lot of seven, from Iriam...

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On Thursday, the 19th day of April next. COUNTRY LOTS.—BUCCLEUCH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

On Thursday, the 19th day of April next. COUNTRY LOTS.--UCCLEUCII. Lot 1, 47 acres; lot 2, 43 acres; lot 3, 89 acres; lot 4, 70 acres; lot 5, 43 acres; lot 6, 57 acres; lot 7, 50 acres; lot 8, 81 acres; lot 9, 93 acres; lots 10 and 11, 100 acres each; lot 12, 85 acres; lot 13, 98 acres; lot 14, 1306 acres 1 rood; lot 15, 72 acres I rood; lot 16, 76 acres; lot 17, 56 acres; lot 18, 61 acres; lot 19, 54 acres; lot 20, 53 acres 3 roods; lot 21, 51 acres 3 roods; lot 22, 55 acros 2 roods; lot 23, 51 acres; lot 24, 111 acres; lot 25, 92 acr'es; lot 26, 35 acres 3 roods; lot 27, 43 acres I rood; lot 28,48 acres 3 roods; lot 29, 48 acres; lot 30, 47 acres; lot 31, 44 acres; lot 32, 119 acres-portions 232 to 263, n and near Bumbolee Creek. Lot 33, 113 acres; lot 34, 125 acres; lot 35, 147 ocres 3 roods; lot 30, 69 acres; lot 37, 42 acres; lot 38, 51 acres I rood; lot 39, 129 acres-portions'264 to 270, adjoining and adjacent to the northern and western boundaries of ''imothy Mara's 1090 acre...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

TulE objccts that the' now ministry ought to keep in.viewli atre .thesed:-'l'he passing of the estiailates; the enae'nieilt of a law to nake the"Upper House elective;.and the perf-'ction of such other measures as may be necessary in orderl.to prevent, public' inconvenience durirng the parliameriti"ry :recess that 'must 'attend an appeal to the country. 'That appeal cannot muich longer be deferred. " It is evident, we fear, that the ontes? for. power will. pre vent any miiiistry e 'fiom itr i?gu ofi the bIUis ness of the .country: until .tioteAsseit?tidl is weeded .df: tlohe a.? j plue-huntei';, ·and political priticiples?eilonbe Ifo'?to the 'sbses of agreement or antagonism' between the leading' men .of. thltlgi?slnturey. The course, then, for the ministry to adopt, in the proesent crisis of affairs, nmay be clearly indicuted. The esti mates shoiuld be. passed, in order that, the piblic .wiorks mity not. be delayed. Any. other .easnures that. press for immediate httentiona should be...

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WRECK OF THE 'SAPPHIRE.'—ARRIVAL OF PART OF THE CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

WRECK OF THE :SA1'PHIREI.'-ARRIVAL OF PART OF THE CREW. On the 0th December last the captain and crow of the barque • Marina,' which was abandoned in .Torres Straits in consequence of striking on a reef, arrived from Port Curtis by the steamer ' Eagle.' The ' Marina' was wrecked on Raine Island on the 5th October, 1851, and the crew having called at Sir Charles Hardy's Island, found letters there which informed them of the wreck of the ' Sapphire' on the Great Barrier Reef. The Government sent her Majesty's steam ship 'Cordelia' in search of the Sapphire's crew. That vessel proceeded as far as Cape Upstart, tracing the coast line along, but found no trace of them, when she returned to this port. The Sapphire's crew after knocking about in Torres Straits through contrary winds, were returning to their own vessel to ob:ain provisions and water; and caine across the barque ' Marina.' which was got off the reefs and navigated to Port Curtis. On the 17th February the remnant of the eleve...

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SYDNEY. Saturday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

. , YDNEY. trunOi o00 OWN VOlLloESPONDENT.) Saturday, 4 p.m. The new ministry is coisolidated, and it is a pleasuro to see thie nuami of Charlus Cowvper onco more at the bottom or tih oificial notilicatioas, in Sstead of that of William forater, whoso sign manual alwnas looked very muucli out of place in that part of the oliciuiul ourinl," hio?o'vier ippropriately it ii,,iht hiivo blieti stgIod to an iotnpiotining notice. Tbo new aniiiairy ure oficiully gazetted. Mr. Cowpor .took hiis seat in the: Lgislultive Coduioil" yesterday, and mananged to deal very judicioisaly with the i?natic Joihnson, who was bunt on opposing the adjourn mnst, sand kehpiing the house. sBitting becaunsslit had not beeun asked ti vote the estiimtesl. Fancy a lot 'of mere nominees-in whose appointmenot thle tax piyis'g peodple havo not had the slightest part ttkiug Hit upon thimsoelves to assume the custody of the public pirse. lHowevor, they hud to yield, aud aot as if tlluy were sane. The Asserubly statnds ...

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(From our Sydney Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

(From our Sydney Correspondent.) The arrival of the English news by telegraph from Adelaide, has somowhat diversified the ordi nary current of thought and conversation. The news is decidedly good, and favourable to these colonies, both as regards the probable safety of its commerce at least for thile present, and the increased demand for gold. As to the French policy, it wood puzzle (Edipus himself to solve it. Last mail every thing was being rapidly got ready for at least the power of making a descent upon England. Now we hear of f.ee tradse commercei. treaties, the brighten ing up of the entelnte 'cordiale, and Jolin Bull and his danlgerous neighbour eolnc more embracing uand hnnging their heads over each other's shoulders ' What's in the wind now?" wi 1 naturally be the exclamation of those who have been in the habit of watching the course of events. It may be all sin cere; and we know that the French potentate, wiser than his uncle, sees i othing to despise in a nation of shopke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

Be of Good Cheer. THE SINKING MAY BE SAVED. HOLLOWAY'.S PILLS. 111IE history of this great remedy is tie most won I derful medical revelation that the world iaes ever known. It establishes the all ilaportant fact that wIEIEVEIR and in WHtATEVER Sri.tPE internal dis ease exists, the disinfecting, searching, and healing propdrties of the Iills are fully equal to its subjection and cure. This is not a history written by one man, or even derived from the experiences of one nation, it consists of a compilation of testimonials from the sick of every country, an unimpeachable record, the like of which has never been adduced in favor of any other discovery or invention since time began. Disorders of the Stomach Are the sources of the deadliest maladies. Their effect is to vitiate all the fluids of the body, and to send a poisoned stream through all the channels of cirenulation. Now what is tlheoperation of these P'ills? They cleanse the bowels, regulate the liver, bring thb relaxed or irrit...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY—MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 14 March 1860

PA LLIA MIENTARY; Utonri.Maitt 9.- IN the Legislative Council the PI'ESLI)NT t announced that lihe' had .received a writ," appointing Charles Cowper, Istq., to be a memburof thie Council, and that gentleman having been ittrodueed, sub. scribed the usual declarition, and toolt.his sent. AMr. Cowrtlt then explained that he appeared as the reprensatative of the Governmtnt in that Iouse, being a responsible member of'the Ctlisnetf, with the office of Colonial Secet tary, and having a neat in the Executive Council. hiaving enumerate'dtltho" several responsible Ministers and their officesl he expressed a hope that the h[ouse would be content'to wait for the more elaborate Ministerial explanation .till the period of the reoassembling of the otherHllouse. Ile moved the adjournment of the Council lll 'llTuesday, the ard of April. Itt reply to a question from MIr. ISAASe, he stated that the Crown Lawt Officers had mtt yet bet nt appointed, but that arranlgemeonts hdlt been made for conducting...

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