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THE NEW ENGLAND DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

TUB NEW ENGLAND DIGGINGS. (From the Armidale Eivreis.) During tiie past week we bare collected a con siderable amount of sound infumiation in reference to thu New England gold fiel ;« gcnenilly. W« mny remark thnt we have been most careful in our inquiries to arrive at the truth ; and that the sources irnm whence tlic annexed particulars have been ob tiiined ore reliable. The different occmintfl can. tlierefore, be depended upon ns bcir.g nearly as authentic as can possibly be expected. TJIE K90KV DIVER. A storekeeper frnm Amiidali; ptm-hnspa.- nn fSatur d.-iy last, at the' Rocky Rivor, abuut £900 worth of gold. Amitliui storekcepep pilfcliaicd A lurpc aTOonnt of gwld during the past week; but we have net vet appertained the exnet quantity. However, he fins obligingly furnished us with a reference to Iii» books, from which it appews that his purchases of gold at the Rocky River diggings from April 7th to July 2Ut have been as follows :— Apiil 7th. 8fl8««s. 18 dwts. ; 14th,*234 ozs. ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

DRAYTO.N. [FBOM OD n COHUBSPOXDEST.] I perceive iu vour issue of last week a letter dated Dalby, and signed ' A Resident,' in which your correspondent of that place is mentioned. The writer seems to think that his little' village is quite deserted, and thnt magistrates, clerks, court house, and lock-up Imvo b.;cn entirely abolished; also, that the peojil;: of Dalljy are fortunate enough to Imve plenty of cash, which* they «re ntady to give at a moment's nntiee, to any amount, for land ; but land they cunmit get. I do not si'e thnt I have a right to take up another's cudgele, but being a near connexion to your eorrespoiident, aud having his authority so to do, I thought I would make a remark on his behalf touching one portion of ?? A ResMutitV letter, in which he states, 'your cor respondent wrote one or two reports from this |-l«ce.' No doubt such was thu onse : th« DhIW tiorresponduiit ''fts reported on cei tain topics con nected with Myall Creek, after he has paid his visits 'or t...

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SELECT POETRY. MOTHER! CAN THIS THE GLORY BE? A DUETT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

fSElEOT JOJBTBT. MOTHER! CAN THIS 5CHB GLOEY BE? etii--j.-.t -. . ? . A Duett. i-^ii«;i&w.. ?'..:.???? ? . . ? ? Wtthert can this the glory be of which meg, proudly - !-.? tell, When speaking of the fearless ones who in the battle --.hi? Whet* is the light that gave our home ite sunshine ?''?' . 'audit* joy? - JOnri was. they aay. the victory; bnt where'g thy noble boy? . taid Voice. ''?--. ??.. . ??? My boy — I see him in tny dreams; I hear — I hear I know ht* brave and loyal heart, he does not fear ? ' tbtffe: ?'.'-?? ? '? - E'en now methinks I «ce him still hit country's ? ? ,' Iwumer wave; ''? ? -???' On, on, and win a deathless fame, tny beautiful my ? ? ? vtwre, '* ????:.?-?? ? Cfiorut. : -- ; God of the battle ?bieldtilra still, and yet Thy will be done i'^Li' A Bister Tor her brother fcmys, a mother for her : '''?? apn;' ' ' '-'I - ' . ? WeseeTt to share no glory now, we ask Thee but ?-' A' ' tosave V ..? ??'.?: ' The noble hearts of England, our beautiful and ?-.' :...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 5 August 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. TnEfotrduKmxb Act.— OnFrid^r, the 1*t insK. n 'rneCtliKT of the mngiRti-atei of the district was held at the Police Offlco. to consider ? proposal to ?issess the charges for driving cattle to the public bound. After xnina discussion, the Bench came to the conclusion thnt no scale of charges onght to bu nsBefcSn.L but that every case in dispute should 1« brought bjfuro tliem olid adjudicated on its own merits, haWng rfspect only to the exact' .amount; o! claim duis. According to the service performed, cnt1 for tin protection of the pnrty iinponndiiig ftgninst actilnl loss. We arc on all occnitions happy to render merit where merit is due,- and we crirc the Bunch credit for this sensible decision. Very dif ferent hits been the courKO pursued by the Tainwortb mairistrntes, who, in carrying out a grosslv 'ppres- sive Aot.havo cndenVnlireil to rend-'r it«ti)l nuimsn by assessing tho clmfgcB for drivinp; thn stock to tliepmind at a tnnBt exorbitant and ruinous rate. It...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

H^SGELLASSAv 'Whose best works aa* most IWrtnpled npbnt— ^ 'hoomakei'Vifeeoange good ^oes last lonwr that bad-ones -;n'r: '-.^^ ?-;.;- 7! w -??? .».-.' ?? '-'*--? -hi ;.^ - Men are likeougles-the more brass the v contain1 the farther-^bn.*ah1ieat- them: - 'WdftierarA'iaif fnHps— the more modest and retired they appear^' better *mrtove41»mc'--^ *' -? :-* ^f^i^f. The baohelors iof- Oloueeiter are an nnmjlant, musty-fiwtyweViof ^ellowi^ AtltWIf feifiuja^iippeTl \ few nigbtti ;«*of die' folloVtnjt iwai ^onelof laftlr toasted '-»iir *n^^Wives^iOlitahee iendi^iny shantmenttoitheirtewi' vy-v.v..- ..-,-. . *rt- .. m »-^m An AmBrieao /editor, noticing the present & it ?nlver«m- loti'oontemporawaays, 'Hejiyaj^o: f.np. He can drink from any vewcl thai con^tog liquor, whetijer«iBiaec^or tihotdk', tfce^idjtlHW^ [nckle-Jor, the spHe of* kegf or .the fcunt of a barrel* EiPtMNtsq'TO »BBCintDBB!Ji— A rentlentan «i board a steamboat without family. Was asked **«* children 'what made the bpftt...

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THE COOL CAPTAIN AND THE LISPING LIEUTENANT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

THE COOL CAPTAIN AND THE LISPING LIEUTENANT. A good story has been told of a lisping officer haying been victimised by a brother omcer (who was noted for hjs cool deliberation and strong nerves), and his getting square with him iu the following manner. , The cool joker, the captain, was always quizzing the lisping officer, a lieutenant, for his nervousness, and aaid ope day in the presence of his company, 'Why, nervousness is all nonsense ;.I tell you, lieu tenant, no brave; man wiU.be nervous.' ., . .-' Well,' inquired his lisping friend, 'how would you do, thpose a thell with an inth futhee thould drop itthelf In a walled angle, in whith you had taken thelter from, a company of tbarpthootherth, and! where it wath thertaiu if. you put but your notb you'd ? set peppered 9™ . ? . - 'How?' Bold the captain, winking at the circle, s ' why, take it cool, and spit on the fusee.' The party 'broke up, and all retired except the patrol. The next morninga number of foldiersjwere' assembled o...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

IRELAND. Two men have been arrested on suspicion of the murder of Mrs. Kelly. Several of the articles worn by tbe murderers have been discovered. Mrs. Kelly's body has been removed to London, and buried in K.cnsal Green oemetcry. The investigation which has been going on before the magistrates at Moat* was concluded on the 30th of . April. Nothing material was elicitedon Chat day ; but«ome difficulty has arisen in consequence of the evidence in the identification of the articles found by the polioemen, and anpposed to have belonged to the murderers. Finally, the magistrates decided upon sending for trial Mr. George Strevans, the nephew of the deceased, and James Banner, another prisoner. Two other men in custody have been disciiarged, and '.«. i third remanded. Immediate application is to be made for the liberation of Mr. Strevans nn bail., Dr.fiaily, who inherits much of Mrs: Rdly'a wealth, i has offered a reward of £500 for the discovery of I her mnrderers, in addition to the Gove...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

EUEOPEAW NEWS. THIS CHIME A. ' The following i« an exact from a letter written ' from the camp before gebastopoi on the 1st o ?3ie severe wintry weather, which was exerting Its retarding innOonce on many matters in the camps When the tut mail left, has not yet ceased, nnt withstanding the advanced period of tlie season. Every one has been expecting, day by day, to find .the settled spring Reason come at' last, and to participate in ' tlife enjoyment of a warn soft Atmosphere, mich m prevailed in the Crimea last JriWr. Wen bbforeflio month of March had half fcKplft-d. But Although there bare been'indications occasionally of «n approaching change, they have toeeti wertr srjijf In duration, and have bran succeeded ^wfekiy far* 'return. to the previous cold and stormy learner. The Tartar inhabitants, who are employed fn the-CMtip. say that the winter is remarkably late find ftrdoaged. There were not a few officers who, * few iaontbs -ago,- set down the middle of March as tile time when ...

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DR. CROLY ON THE PEACH. EXTRACT FROM A SERMON PREACHED IN THE CHURCH OF ST. STEPHENS, WALBROUX, BY THE RECTOR,DR. CROLY,ON SUNDAY, APRIL,6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

[?] O- St. StKTHBK's, WAtn^pok, BV TJIE HECTOU, DB. . CBoi.r. .on eiJKDAV. aebil C. '?'.'._;' ' .. . ?\ He makcth wara.to cease in all tjie world. He broaketh tho bow and knappeth the spew In sunder, nnd buitnotji the clmriot in the fire. Be still. *hon, hhd know that I am God.' (Pwlm xlvi. 9. 4c.) ? At the beginning, of the war, her Majesty's Go vernment issued a. wise and pious command for a National Supplication. The empire crowded to its temples, bent down in homage, and thus with one voice acknowledged the Almighty as the only giver 'if good, the only strength of nations, and the mer ciful protector of England I The great event which occurred in the last week, at the moment when all England was assembled in the house of prayer, the renewal of Peace, now demands our thanksgiving. Whether her Majesty's Government may be only, waiting for the more formal declaration of this event we know not. but I am convinced that the pulpit, in at once acknowledging its gratitude, only echoes t...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

SCOTLAND. It is rnmonred that the commandant of Fort George has received inutnictionB to prepare for 'the reception of a large -number of troops at Fort' George, and to report 'upon the possibility of diiposiiuj oi no leas than ouuu soldiers among the garrisons ofthe HWhlands. ?? ''?' ^ ? » : ^;. The Convention of Boytil Burghs Bat In annbai session at Edinbnrgh on the 1 5flr and 16th of A»ril, in the Jttrtickry Conrt-room. In the absence of tlie I^ord'Provost of Edinbnirrii, the Provost of Stirlint was wJlea to tha ciwSr f ' The first finbject dealt -Sth by'the Ooiiveiitibn weis a proposal .'to' send a memorial to the Qiieen in favbui' o¥ the appointment of '.a Bepretary of state for Scotland. This was the renewal of a motion of the previous year, and was agreed to witliout -debate. ' Another Rtiliject wisi the cb&l- defences of Scotland. The Convention resolved, by, ainajbrit^6f 29 to l«, to renew rtspetidoflpWSini that ^efenoei'Aiiould lie' ei^c^edirt 14 points |n^|tte co...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

the ..mm aij^jb^ws. ,.,.., f&mvn. TmsffAX4&8siJi& ism. tt -will bo seen ?? by^rSJuf, ftdTOf?i|Jnjr .pojuinns that « puWic meetifTfof th6 ijihiibitents of the town will herald at this Couit Housa -m TJiuraday tsyeftfeisr oert, for the purpose of taking into coiisidemHwi the prtDpriqty of ?stabliiiaiiig » S^U^ Moiety with tiiBfVJew of fi&rding au:op{-ortuD!ty.to^e4ndaai»ious portion of the pop^lftttott to mvest theli* saVlngg, and to vgrant; loatiB Ibt^ bttiiaing purposes,; when the 'principles on which It is proposed to bo comitifcfeid ^11 be eiplained. We oonsidef thk the; parties, irhp Juwe in ♦crested themselves in Iwitigiojj forward this project, Save -taken a^tep in Wi'^t'di^eo- presume, ; ttiat In the .present xnstatioe the 4 raid wffl bs temBm^ similar « '%& one now In full vigour ?:& ^Ba»^ty^g|i^i« one point, : uiviv^)nn- ee ?f'U qnDSUDS yaK jn- Xweiiiy or -?-??'?'??'.?,??*'-? -' ™ t would Immediately find good tenants for them....

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

TASMANIA. From * return which has been publWiBd, the amonnt of duties collected : by ^u- .Cdstomi Id TasmoohK between the Jst Janoarr and ths atW» Jane,' 1856, foe the port of Bobart Town appear* to be £88,671; th«oorirfLsAinoe»ton,X24,-)gt total, m,w. '???*?:? *..'.:?? .?'.'.'..?,..?: ???/?;;??? :,a^ A meeting' was beld In Laonceston, oti ,^ 6ih alt., of tfaeusunoaston Steam Kavlmdon Company, From the report read it appears thai the oompany have had to oontend «gafatst noiesi Uiau four, boato in opposition t that conseanenUjr rates had to be redueed, besides which the export trade to Melbourne had greatly fellen off j these counideratlons induced thelwliefthatthe oompanywuldnot be pjpfitablv earried on, and Its dlsnolotion was recommended. The balance against the oompany was steted-tobe JBT626. After aoonsiderable disemsion Itwassug seSted, that the report should stood over for. ihree months, aad that in the meantime shareholders -be umpowered to invite tenders for the purchase of ...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

LATEST INTBLLIGExXCE. By the Shamrock we have received Sydney journals to the 5th instant. The 20th of May mail had not reached Melbourne on the 1st instant. The papers before us contain scaroelv an item of interesting news, nevertheless, we subjoin the following : — i Parliament opened for the despatch of business on the day the steamer left. Tai Upper HoosE.r-Captain Mayne, Mr. T. H. | Hood, ana Mr. John Macuamara, have been invited to the Legislative Council. The former gentleman, it is reported, is to lead tho Government side of the House.— fferald July SI. v Thb Toe?.— The race between Mr. S. Thompson's C.h. Crab and Mr. Rose's br.h. Surplice for £200 a-side cacse off yesterday afternoon at Homebush. The distance was two miles, weight for age. Surplice (who was the favourite prior to tho start at 5 to 4) Jumped off with the lead, and although pushed hard throughout, was never headed, but came in nearly a length ahead. Time, 4m. lOsec. Four or five hun dred persons were in atten...

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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

COLONIAL KB-W&. XlOTOBIh. Thb ViCTOMAS Law.— Several persons liav'e been lately seut back to this colony under the Convicts' Prevention Act, whose only, criote' was, that they DossesseA thu Queen's pardon, or had certificates' of freedom Jin their possession. On Saturday,- among others, a female named Ruth Eiohar'dson, was brought before the magistrate at the Police Court, having been sent from Melbourne by :? recently arrived ship. It turned out that the woman became free in December last, and she had been in custody since the 5th of May list, exactly two months. She was instantly set at liberty.-— CoAw to/ Tiituit, 8th July. . .__.'' Luiel.—Tbh Qckbk e. SflOtAMP-— Tills was a criminal information for libel at the suit of the Queen, although Messrs. Michta ana Ireland con ducted the prosecution. Mr. Lewis, of BalUarat, the Attorney-General, oot thinking it a case that required the- intervention of Government. The most of the libol was contained in the following editorial no...

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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

DRAYTOM. [rBOM O0E COltBESPONDEXT.l I feel sorry in having to mention a most flagrant and glaring case, which occurred at this place on Monday last, the 4tb instant, respecting the transit and deliverv of the overland mail, via Mnitlnmi ami New England, The mailman, on arriving at the post office. Drayton, on that morning, reported to me and' other persons that he was compelled to leave three bags, containing letters and papers, behind in the bush ; that h« had tied the horse up to a tree ou whose back the same were secured, the poor animal being knocked up. I am aware that this has been a severe winter, and forage scarce, yet at tho same timo a person that undertakes from the government a contract for the transit of raids, ought to furnish, and in fact is bound to provide good cattle to convey the mails safely to their desti nation. Present contractors are well paid, -there being very fsw in many parts of the colony to oppose them. From what I learn, no blame is to be attached to t...

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SELECT POETRY I AM WAITING FOR THEE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

SEtlOf P$TB*BT. T TAW WATTINO FOR THEE. Tbfexamtatrts coming, . ' The flower* are blooming, The birds are all mated on every tree; &o longer 1*11 tarry, , If yba will not marry; | am tired of waiting, dear Barry, tot due. There'* Norah, my cousin,' V ' Hr* lover* ,a dp^1}* ; AU*ilHngto wed-'tis'crhel forme , T/-hoVe so much wooing, Tike birds ever cooing — Oh, 5iwry, 4e*r flwry, I'm waiting for thec. *j|o ^mMjiiSt gnnflay, Ton would on^JWdnday . Goand pitWisl) the biriris, to set Jhj mind free.; Next the rins; you wonld buy. And tbe'cianfsce wiot tie— I thmk -OuVe foi^tHngi'in waiting for thee. _ v. ', J 'One week morsJjJU Ij^ftee, : . ' '' Tb'^powif tho.u*lt hiVe'ine, ; Decile jmt the qne*tion.--hen we ?hall agree ; % Know when I'm married, ill not wi»h rat****, ? fFor I shalt-be nappy, dear Harry, with theo.

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. Uuclatmjed Lkttbm.— The following it a list of letters addressed to persons in the Northern Districts returned from the ? Country, font Offices unclaiuu-d now lying at the Sydney Post OlHoe. on the IStii pJtimo, vis, iT-fytwifh— James Paul (engine-driver). Bobert Wagiue. Britbant—lftr, Baker (Kangarof Point), B. Bannister, Ghas. Barrett, B. Biilinghanv — BrejvBter, Eaq, (E), A. Cameron, Jam.en Macyn tire, Jo1inM'5ay.,Ki|geneM-MahoD,^lisslLMeme. Hon. Alexander Milligan. G. G. Monlaln (Logan River), J. D. Montague^ Bobsrt Murray. Jamea Qttihn. Hannah Ridgway, E. Bigbv (3). .Thomas SUsmith. UoreUmBsy—\\\ Batton, W3lliam 0r4ne, William Crane (SIoggiH), Patrick Dow-«n, -Mary MagilL ffaruick—3. Broadbent; Johu-Maher. Heniy Pinson, John Raren. B.. Beading, G,Win$eld. - Bur neU DiitrUt—$. Anderson {care of Mr, Archer, Coftiv nnjb^),.,J«hii.BrWht (Baramba), % ^Q^uL^^f bert Harpur, C. P. Heriot, John P/ie8tley~Jftmcs 6mith.!l!sq. (Ooonambnlfl). Wide ,%-rA. M.^Anr drf w f J...

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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

m^NPffirB; A Isdy advertises in -he Wme* for the address of another lady, with whbto *U« was' at school more than twenty years ago, .that she msy return to her old scliool-fellpw half-a-crofrn whfeft she stole from the jBcliool-reom, and w sib of which bvcthens her conscience.* ' -..„'-' In the action recently brought by jtbe Sev. W. J. Bennett, of Frome, ? novel Witnesa wasBjacedin the box— a photograph-— which gave unerring testimony of the position' of the premises involved in the dispute. Photographs have teen used Wore for such purposes of iuetice as. the idontiBcatipn of criminals, but the above is the first instance that we know of the importation of tb« most useful inven ' tion into a civil cause. . There is in Panama a tree CaBedi the Paradise Tree. Seven of these trecn, aud no mow, grow in. the space of about half* mile square; fa Vcraguas, Triuidsd, one of the provinces of fl»o isthmus, oti: the land of one Sen. Romero. Eaeh tree bear*, a, single white flower, which opens...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

is.p^sh^^^^^ay^otgng.andfor^rac* tooc^nt^ranpscnP4rjrby3bMaMr* inaO. . -- ?-, ?.p,.'.,~f --Tebms: :, ?' '? Per quartet, in 'iAti&fi'-': .';'. '* &WL r' '&- ':«teqiiw^«i^lt-¥'l'iV4^i/-iW;«d/ r-'-': Single timber; *ixpeacoii; theKJuirteni wiU tcrmti «iatepn.tb«.stet,Mar^/;^ aiAso^bmuwitfiMlctair|^nx^^th6 4M»^^«6m? metB}iug^b.eir«-d|scr*p|4Si,, ,. (i,;* '*,,. . rr;V: -,-. ?- -.JWwminm&Nl be ©feirged a| Ui» rate bf ; -:.'? -;J?3^^rW?MW^-r6A^'r^l ?P'---;-'.-.-r BprTOft'or^^IeaimiiP^iJf.Tm^QAr^^

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NEW BOUNDARY FOR BRISBANE. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 August 1856

NEW »OITSt-J£Br Tftm'8B!SBlfcE:' PnOOLAMATION. (From Oovtrnmtnt Qazttttcftht Ut***t*nt.) Bv his Excellency Sir William Thomas Denison, 'Knight, Governnr-Ocntsral in and over -mil 'her MAJosty's colonies of New Sonth Wales, Tasma nia. Victoria. South Australia, and Western Aus' trulia, and Captain-General and Governor-in-Ohicf of tha territory of New South Wales and its dependencies, and Vice- Admiral of the same, *c, .Sea',, *c..v_ - . . ? Whereas in pursuance of an Act of the Governor and Legislative Council of Kew South Wales, passed in the second year of the reign of her Majesty Qdeen Victoria, intituled, 'An Act for regulating the Police in the towns of Paramatta, Windsor, Mait land, IJatimrst, and otlier towns, respectively, and for removing and preventing nuisances, and. ob- structions,' and for the better alignment of streets' therein,' the provisions of the said Act were, by a proclamation of the thirtieth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ...

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