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GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

GlPi'S XiAND. Gjjtnet'» Cbk**.—-A correspondent from tummond's Tout writes:—"This district, tboDgti vlelduir large quantities of crashing material; SUU the extraordinary good yield of ©Soa^iidwt. Ugr. WM obtained to-day from two tonaofquartscrnahodbyMeesra. Hearth sod Oo. from tbrtr}»ruspecting data oo the Cam Beef, Kaspberry Creak, Whichjolns this abort « quarter mile rfromhwa. This qaarto was oertaWy from * rich part of the red, but eras not picked. The 17J ounces brought io today tu the Colonial Sack, by Hogarth and nates ma obtained—G8aa. Sdwfr liter. from two tons, taken out by Mr. Hogarth htmeelf in abort a day and a half; and lOStaa 16dwt, IStr. from eighty-flye tons taken from the faoeof ibeteef. 1,800 ton* hare been crashed from this data, •tontine about two and a half oonoet per <nu>hed exor: CIS Iter every day, and the holders of the pros i'.ding claim have commenced to-day to pick stuff to Drumnioud's machine, which they expect to yield from fifteen ounces ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

F*nut, Bcmiass S3. Wwot Dajuo*.-Klin Booney wee ehugpd with wllfnUx ImkiiisBgistrglMl window »t the Union Hotel, niliimr wee refceed <Jrtnk »t the bote), when she took up •topes end broke toe window, ceding demote tetaedeV £30* SovwMttepa tor two month* DtOOHABaM.-Netbeniel lUttln, who «M chtrged with being tthgellr oft the ptemloee OttheBeehtre H5M,Ko^**w*,wtu5U gfren b^^^oTcS3odJ'»b wt •MftUi mo, Miter ttat she was aTaa naftlaa tnaoner who bad ben aantovar to tbkootaiy. She bad ban rataandad for* amla from ttaa lo time, tat bo anvtfir iuwai ban received froa Taacniaia to ^mtwketiocig widch bed been the ipolloe eotborlUeo to the Tegmenta Q» veroineiit.ebe weinowdkcheiged. ... OowmiMa to Der8AL'a~P«biok MVS' ~ ni pnmsh t op on tide pbMm litloe • young mm of mMr —— Uting tt 6t. Ktldn. Km» the. prteofter. Aboot the (Sth or 7ih of Jeg, InoopeoBfteeee of M ednrtiMMt wbloheppftened Id |m jgtpitt.beweiit to the ofltoe of dependent in So ' ' ' nettfcejgsutWM In tend lleeeintmlee...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE CITY COURT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

MKLBOURNE CITY COURT, Thuhsdat, September %zL A Citt CooKCiuxffi is Trouble.—John G. Goldsmith, councillor for Smith Ward, was charged by Constable K. llatpln, s209, with Insulting behaviour in the street, and also with tcaiing ills (the constable's) trousers. The constable stated that at about fi re o'clock on tbe previous evening be was called in by Mrs. Davis, a shopkeeper In Leicester-street, North Melbourne, to get a man out of her bouse wbo refused to leave tbe place. He went to the house, where he heard tbe de fendant before tbe Court call Mrs. Davis by a very opprobrious epithet Witness asked 1 him to leave, bnt be would not Wit ness then put him out, and told bint to go away, when defendant replied by tell ing witness to "Go to ." Witness then arrested him, defendant resisting violently, and tearing witness's trousers in the struggle. Had to get a cab to carry de fendant to the w&tchhouae. The defendant ' was drunk at the time. Witness added that, two or three years...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

HSW INSOJiVIOTk Qtarge BlDcUir, at ft** oiency, £87 lfk td. Kr' i ■ • ;* • John Johc^ion Pmf, of l ne«r SftMUiuitt, b*k«r f> Oftqmb of iflftolTcncy—Bad (Veil, i „j>, £641 2*. Od.; Meet*, £132 6t. 3d.; deficiency. £408 17*. 8d. Mr. Courtney, offi (1*1 assignee. Joseph Harrow*, coachman, of Ooulngwood, Onueee of Insolvency—Sickness In family, and imprlronmout for debt. Debts, £20 2s.; usete, £2 10s.; deficiency, £17 fit. J. Goodman, official nreigueo. Thomas Feahy, of Blchmond, dealer In botilee. Caueee of Insolvency—Unoertaln nature of business, inadequate profit*, and preesnro of creditors. Debt*. £108 16s. CI.; assets, £8; deficiency, £100 16s. Cd. B. E. Jacomb, official assignee, John Nugent, ol Chinaman's Creek, near Maldon, labourer. Causes of Insolvonoy— Losses fn burinese, falling off In trade, and rfekneet In family. Debts, £873 Os. 2d.; assets, £13 j deficiency, £360 Oi. 2d. E. Courtney, official assignee. John CIrary, of Mia Mla. Sandy Crock, Maldon, miner. Cause* of ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

BALL All AT MINES. Mec*ro> James Smith, Oroyle, Oldham, Dltchbum, Walter IvicgtoQ, and Jxmos Baker, ehuebrokuna, Ballarat, report follows :— *' BaLlxtur, Situnlsr Evouin#.—The eyes of the j mining public bare tlii> week boon wandering In the direction of Dajletford. Shares In companies situ ated in this district, and wbioh hire merely a pe}*r existence, hare been in groat demand, at heavy premiums. Not Out home shares I hare been neglected; on tho contrary, they have ' been steadily supported at advanced rates, as our quo- > teUons below will show. The Psvtosford ecrip most in request that are fresh from the printers are the H inR of England, Universal, Confluence, Band of Hope, and Victoria. A good deal or ui<mcy has therefore been diverted from that channel which otherwise would hate naturally flowed into support, if not to increase, the price of Blurts in the ilallarat district. In spite of tills, all of our companies that are situated . on the Haiti Creek lea...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INSOLVENCY LAW REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

INSOLVENCY LAW REFORM. Tbe fallowing letter* bare been addneaed to the Hoe. J»m« M'Oulloch, per Tht Argut :— Sir.-Jt fa with the OMeot of wntitatin* tbe mihAi*4 irf fffawn Ib all Uidnlll that I baveproDiaednt thb juncture and In IbU form to^Ji^y<w,a» t^ato^nggai* protecting tbe legitimate Intcrata of creditors ; at tbe lowcat cent, and with the i*Mt aaorlfioe of time, while doing Jaatloe to the Hoceat debtor, end auttaUj pnnlahtiig ihefcaaduieoi: innzlveijt. . I need not, I toptfte, dwell much on the lneffiOencrend anuee of Die exlrtlng lor. I know no one prepared to defend It; bat I. may, in order to refreeb tbe mind, of the public, quote we or two teatijnonlna on the euldeot. One I take from yoar own nddraa, nejPKCident to the Chamber of Com mere* la 1867. In commenting on tbe 'mom of the exiting oommt*del dMrts, /on tap One ptiua of the |mmm «rUSe 4* tbe moei 4*-. ftetirr, end to my mind, bet" Intolrent Law. At pretest , ^ faction againat die rtcklddor trader; fx faeqb...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TALBOT DISTRICT. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

TALBOT DISTRICT. (COlmrKICATED.) Although the mania for mining speculation j now raging in B&Uar&t and Daylesford has ; not jet reached Talbot, and although the 1 shares of its mining companies arc all but un known in the metropolitan market, ite legiti- [ mate mining enterprise will of late bear favour able comparison with that of any district in the colony. The discovery, by the Black Ball and All Nations Companies, or a deep rich lead ot Mount Greenock has given an extraordinary impetus to mining throughout the district, and in little more thau eightocu mouths (ho following companies have been floated by local men and with local capital:— Raines of Companies, Ac., formed for Work- j ing the Mount Greenock Lead, with the , Amount of Money Proposed to be Ex- I jxmded:— ! Enterprise Gold-mining Company, £2,000. White Ball Company, £2,000. Union Company, £3,000. German Company, £2,000. ' Prince of Wales Company, £2,000. Princess Alexandra Comjwny, £2,000. Luke of Corn...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. 1 be following ii Maw BnllUc wtd Batten' weekly report:— " tiur mumur of iho otoek *rd ebene market, toned on fceianiejr, Imtm but IHtn to notice ; buel dm teems tot active, end nltboaab |hee* wa » d«lre ou Uk |eut of epMulelon to deer oat M mining anspnnin Utdj etnrted, IdUS Ve ^ttdtiw dotnff in neUUkhtd di t iJend-perfax mlnne le iwae, end e^ttedlljf ItiTwlif. Belleretend Dertotbrd null inenopallee the prlndiwl portion cf etteetient eed Ikaaiak tekeabls »cl>i»»ot thqlendialmufo provnd. In both. of them, entitle them to unawtffl. There will doubUos» be fdiLd, (e Uanlt but it the geueia! UtUeC 1 Ipneuneute Avooe, , _ ellcotuebi foreahertto Hi'MW IM, but tee think tbrrenlte tro^tfllbiat WU MndT fUdWntn tin delate they hevt tpwg nltwrnon.' Wood'e Point, - n> the weather grto mtVhr, mOfilMrt talked abort,' null bqulrto ere uatomto the mwbeh>lilf of another :■ juih In that direction. The ago of Progneet, the Woul'a Point Queft«, hU ¥*litttt, «ad ttnlUw' ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SITTINGS IN BACO IN MICHAELMAS TERM ENLARGED. OLD COURT-HOUSE.—MONDAY, SEPT. 26. (Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawell, Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams.) MICHA[?]LMAS TERM ENLARGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

. ou) CoBBr-BODst—lIoinuT, Skpt. 38. <B*fote their Hononn Chief Joetioe Stawell, Jib Jbatio* But/, hhd Mr. Ju*tloe Wil Uami.) ' K10HJ.IUULS TJUJl JCHUialD. The Ckmrt nt to-diiy, by adjournment from WedBMdaj, September 14, the Uttdeyof WWiMtoiM term onqilMsed, to thu dv. the foatof ffeotwodaj* bSda tly term ere* eeUipd for the fMriujl nod dUpoeini of Mktfon In Uut H*t pending end ondtepeoed of — -"--Ooortrooeop. tfae lfth. lettw* delivered in the following igixiMAf-' . ; ?*••** "trB'V.MiHnnc. Sett of mMs, in whioh • •oblelned to.eater * verdict porautnt toleore >*)arved. gMmod*. mentioned In the WV tpO wis lm-d was valid. The defendant himself had deliveied a warrant to the han'iQ. but there ■wag no wmrant to him by the landlord, and the plaintiff relied on *^0 ^efiativo words uwd in the 1st section of the Distress Act. In this instance it was not sufficient to look at that section alone, but the whole enasV went must be looked at, to see whether the ■words used here we...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SITTINGS IN BANCO IN MICHAELMAS TERM ENLARGED. OLD COURT-HOUSE—FRIDAY, SEPT. 23. (Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawell, Mr. Justice Barry. and Mr. Justice Williams.) COTTER (KOH-I-NOOR), APPELLANT, V. FO[?]ES (UNITED EXTENDED BAND OF HOPE) AND JAMES (GREAT EXTENDED), RESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

Old Cocrt-hocse.—riudat, Sept. 23. (Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawell, j Mr. Justice Barry. and Mr. Justice Williams.)] COTTER (KOH-I-NOORI, APPELLANT, T. FORBES (EXITED EXTENDED BAND OF HOPE) AND JAMES IliREAT EXTENDED), RESPONDENTS. An appeal from a judgement by the judge of the O —t of Mines at Bsllarat, deli vered on uu 26th August, in a suit before him of Biggans (h'oh-i-noor) I Forbes (Bandof Hope) and James (Great Extended). The judge ment was published in the advertising columns of The Argus of 30th August last The present appeal was now taken by con sent of all parties and arrangement made by their Honours to sit to-day for that purpose. Mr. Bolroyd for the appellants, the Koh-i noor. Mr. M. Stephen and Mr. Wood for the re spondents, the Band of Hope, Mr. Bunny and Mr. Fellows for the re spondents, the Great Extended. The following decree was pronounced "By consent, this Court doth declare that the plaintifls are entitled as against the de fendants, the members of ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
I am and Police. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN EQUITY, &c., ON A THURSDAY OUT OF T[?]M. OLD COURT-HOUSE.—THURSDAY, SEPT. 22. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth.) MICHAEL V. WAKEFIELD AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

tm anil ^alitt. SUPREME COURT. glTTBJOS IK KQOITT, &0., OK A TUDI!»DAT OUT Of THEM. Old coummioush.—tbubfidat, Sbpt. 22. (Before hb> Honour Mr. Justice moleeworth.) michael v. wakejtield and otuebs. A suit by a trustee of a maraud woman, playing that sums of money advanced by him for improvement of the trust estate be cbargtd on the rents of that estate. A de cree bad been made referring it to tbc Master to take an account of what was due to the plaintiff. The Master hod repotted a balance of £336 3s., and interest at ten per cent., to be doe to the plaintiff. The bill hod prayed payment only out of the ronts ; but an order had been sought, in tbe alternative, either for payment by sale, or for payment out of tbe rents and profits, llts Honour bad reserved the consideration of the question whether he coald order a sale. He now decided the point so reserved. Tbe older authorities limited the remedy to satisfaction out of the rent', the lab r ones extended it to payment by ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPECIAL EXAMINATION MEETING. [?] AUGUST [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

. -fframttT. Rrtwrwiw torn , u m Jowa«jrt»i unao. Tbt toiolnat IkM M M BodAhM. Bevaijiovii saMSi-^n-" tastata* o( Mr. iftguauM ittj SmTmI 7d^ Mloaor tSo& ooailited of an l&qalzr M ftp wti4w*s ooBOaoted to • btot Mie llDMIMUr. MtlMdMtaf the exaalsktioB.ilM) iuolfMit «MOidtred loindw(HAi««muiiit Uwnext netting. . >

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THIRD MEETING. [?] WILLIAM LITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

Tbud Mmtrnre. sr u must um ! at St. Kilda. Ha in abami; and, at Mm KQUMtof tbe official aiiicm -ft® mwim «po»t|>oiiadlflltheFp,",~

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TUESDAY, SEPT. 27. (Before W. B. No[?] E[?]q., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) ADJOURNED SPECIAL EXAMINATION MEETING. [?] MOTHERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

Tvkwh, Sen. ST. (Betas W.P. Noel E«q-. OfatefOom»U»l«iw of Insolvent ESsUtnJ AojonnB dnoui. KxAimmo* Martaa. D U JLBBABBM MOtH*m*r»U- ' The iuotrat wai not pmmk Aadtta rotating Tifriirrt ... 1

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SITTINGS IN BANCO IN MICHAELMAS TERM ENLARGED. OLD COURT-HOUSE.—THESDAY, SEPT. 27. (Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawell, Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams) WARDLE V. EVAN[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

mtto'os ik basco or jochahjcaa nu ■ku.msd. Old CocBT-Hoimi —Tumdit, 8«tt. 27. u (Bern M Hn&oun Chief JuiUcs SteweU, Mr. Justice Buiy, and Ms. Joetloe WU* lima ) WABDLV V. AcrfsUi C456itoKtratMrtOK auoesu ^^rdteandotbennivmoBcd Er*oi, under Um Gold-field* Aor, No, 82, toot, 76, m mtower a tlx Twwdiide Compour, f« "flanlnc oyer,' and then "Interfering with," a water-right wlriftli'ardleand others "then enjoyed under® Gold-Guide Act, and grani» issued lneordauco with it. Tho warden held ther&s no Interforeuoa and dismissed the eumiuB. Wardle appealed to the Court of MIoalTio jud.;e being referred to the decision ollils Oou.t In re Power, t* part» tPDemaltyi doubled whether any appeal lay to hlnu surh a oaee, either under the 84 th or 6 section of the Act No. 82. He could not e how bo conld ' vaiy " such a decision at I warden had given, ex cept by " leversinglt; and he doubled his power to "reverse,,cause the 88th section of No. 82 gives gu'jurt of Mines no ma elilneiy ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

Cnmmtrrial. Saturday £ renlog. Transactions in the import market to-(lay have been extremely limited, and, there U no change to note. The Doudonald, bom Valparaiso, with 926 tone of flour, haa arrived at Sydney. We leara that the cereal ex ports from South Australia this year to the present time am exactly double those of the corresponding period of last year. The Northern will clear out for Point de Galle on Monday. She will take the largeet shipment of gold and specie this voyage yet ' sent from here to the East. The gold amount*^ to 110,600 ounces, and specie to over £95,000, making a total value of over £638,000, St. Arnaud silver maker lie ap pearance this voyage, Messrs. William Clarke and Sons having shipped a parcel for Bom bay. Monday Evening. The fact telegraphed from Sydney of the arrival bom Ban Francisco of the Othello, in conjunction with the advices previously re ceived bom New Zealand, had a tendency to harden the flour market to day, and holders generally manifested...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAILED.—SEPT. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

SAILED.—8st*r. <2. . wmiun Wateon, barque, far Hewoeetle. Dote, acbeoner, for Circular ileal. India, barque, for Hobart Town, buna Preeoolt, brig, tor Hobart Pown. Bangalim, aa, for Adelaide and King George'a Bound. Bnn.tS. Gleorartr, eohoowr, fbr Olppe Land. rtn.H. Syren, brig, for Sydney. Swallow, schooner, for Port Frederick. Ihomai Brown, barque, (or iAunoecton. Frederick, barque, fbr Adelaide, dun*, eobooMT, forOrotilar Head. . Blpcfc fwan, an., for lawineeatoa. Ant, at, for Fort Albert. City of ifelboume, La, tor Sydney. Ban. Id. Cberiea Edward, aa, tor tela. ■ Juliet, tobooner, fordruulir Heed. Ban, (S. BwaUew, eobooner, fbr Port Frederic*. Cboaadan, acbeeun; for WanuambooL rioun, barque, for Hobart Town. Monarch, barque, tor Kewoartle. tfortham, ajL, tor Oalla Ban, w, . Bdlna, aa, tor Portland. Bavtkh, a.a, fbr Adelaide. - ■ wsn, *3." " Buooeuq «Wp, for Stwoartla Mootentaa, brig, fbr Oorner Inlet, AUcaTtanMlke, Alp, tbr Oaloutta. Am* and Maria, brtj, for KewoMtte....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLEARED OUT.—SEPT. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

CLEARED OUT.—Ukt. tl City of Adelaide,1.*, CIS torn, P. H. Trouton, for fiydocr. V. P. White awl Co., asrmta. Utfatodhg, ablp. 1,T<B tons, D. 0. Johnston, for Loodoo, Ha Oocftng. Bright Brothers And Co., agents. An Reeoir, brifrantlne, IBS torn, Ohu, Watson, for Port tools, llaurlUat. Boyd and Curtis, agent*. Beta, Dutch fcarqua, 6$l tons, A. IL lUehl, for Jfytoey. Klein, Breaius, and Oo.r agents. Haigsret ChesooIL schooner, 06 tons, Was. Jones, for Cuoolar Heed. George tools sod Co., agents. TbroalL barque. 294 tons, B. Knafston. lor Hew aaiU*/KvB,W. H, fie ercufcsnlth, agent, ■ Dolphin, schooner.' St tons, F. J, Booth, for Port Frederick, V.D.L. B. A. Woodbouae, agent.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping. ARRIVED.—SEPT. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

pipping. ARBITED.—ZL Pe&ola, a.L, 400 torn, F. P. Roewin. from Ade laide 17th Inst.. vil Port Bobe nod Port MacDonnell. Passengers —loon; Meant. Banmaves, Sweat, Beld, Ryan, Hocbford, G. Onurod; end seven In J the steenge. Qrioe, Sumner, end Co., agents. Sept. 22. Mayflower, adiooner, 70 tons. Wm. Spain, from ; Wynyard, V.D.L., 19th Inst. No pisscngou. J. Quran, agent. ; Kttflu&tt Ugbl.schoctoev, B&toni, W.FfcBoon, from Circular Bead. No passengeni. Wm. Baylea and Oo., agents. Scotia, schooner, 180 tons, W. Ulton, from New- j castle, N.B.W. No passengers. Wm, BaylasandOo., Eaperanm, brig, 108 tons, W. Teere, from Newcas- j tie, N.BW. No passengers. Pigott Brothers and Co.. agents. Manjaret Cheseel), schooner, 96 tons, Wm. Jones, from Emu Bay. No passengers. O. Lewis and Co., ■gerts. Jane, schooner, 142 tons, P. Duncan, from New castle 9th Inst. No passengers. Beld, Poole, and Co., tgenta. Vesta, brig, 227 tons, John Smith, from Newcastle, N.8.W., 10th Inst. N...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Sportsman's Page. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

tfjlt Iprtsttm's ^agt. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. *** It is respectfully intimated that all questions upon the Turf, either as to matter of history, or on any doubtful point of racing law, or on atiy minor sports or games—chess, draught®, cards, quoits, &c.—as well as ques * tions 011 genera! matters, will be answered ; Otteftrily and with precision, wherever it is in the power of the Editor to do so; and when It is not, the same will bo stated, and reference made to some special or likely authority. But it is necessary to state that, in all cases where an answer is expected in the following number of The Auslralasiant the correspondent's question must be in the office before eight o'clock on the evening of Wednesday, A CmuorB Man.—Medora has been other wise described than as by High Sheriff. Rep. Gmnr.—The present Earl of Derby first sat in the House of Commons as the Hon. E. G. Stanley. At that timelbis father was living, and was etylod Lord Stanley. YABALATHre,—The two-ye...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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