RnsmrvT MiMSTRA'nV Court. — The business since* oui last has been nil.^with the exception of the usual numbur of fines for drunkenness, liespecting a casew'lich wo repotted i.i our last — that of .1 man nanid. Conway, charged with stealing tiee.s fiom the propeity of Mr. Campbell, this gentleman has written to s*y that the man's Christian name was Thomas not John,' and that, as there are several men of the name, that he should be d'Stins*nished as a New Zealand fencible, of." the Ilouick district. MibrmxT. — In our last, in giving the report on tl-3> Pensioner*.' Claims., it is stated in the heading that aresolution was proposed by Mr. Sewelland seconded by Dr. Bacot. "It should have be^n," the resolution piopo?ed by Mr. Sewell, and amendment by Dr. Bacot. Nuw /TnrtN'EY. — bamuei Jackson, Esquire, of Cooper's Bay, late of the City of York, a duly qualifkdl practitioner in the Courts of Law at Westminister, anJ" in the Ensjlibh Hieh Court of Chancery, having made the necessary declara:km, was, on Fridxy, 21st in«t , duly admitted as an Attorney and Solicitor of tlu Supreme (Jouit of New Zealand. This gentleman is a. recent arrival per ship 'Merchantman.*
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Local Intelligence., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XII, Issue 860, 25 September 1855
Local Intelligence. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XII, Issue 860, 25 September 1855
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