Her mother died tome years ago ; and her father, one of those matles*, unsettled beings often to met with ia the colonics, left her to the care of her Maori relations, and started for Australia ; nothing has hesn heard of him When the war broke out she was living with a settler
return, the law, as passed by Congress, compels these returns to bs open to inspection, and the newspapers have taken advantage of this clause in the law to gratify the curiuaity of their readers by agisting in the expose. Mr. Alex. T. Stewart, the well-known dry goods merchant,
Friday, Feb. 10. [Before J. C. O'Doxkell, Esq., ILM.. and Ohuk, Esq., R.M.J Three newsboys named Patrick Meelan, Ambro» e Morrison, and William Fitzgerald were convicted of playing pitch-and-toss in Calender Street yeaterday, |to the passers by. The Magistrates gave the defaulte
MOST REV. DR. BUTLER, bishop LiasxicK, At the HIGH MASS, which will commence at Twelve o'clock. After the Sermon. Collection will nude to pay oft ram of £5OO, borrowed bum the Bank the time settling the final claim against the Convent, Read. TICII!!. To the Gallery, ... ... ...
the 13th mat. n o'clock, HMAINING STOCK WOOLLEN <S, TRIMMING*. HATS, CAPS. SHOP Ac. ; lino, the INTEREST in SHOP. o'clock, at same the INTEREST lot Mr. Alex. Kckki that DWKLL» K aituate at 54, NORTH elfaat; for the ru*!u" of a term 47 , 1865, at the yearly rent £lO. rt a from to
H«LD IS the ulster hall, ON* TUESDAY EVENING, 14th i'KB., 1865. TABLE O'CLOCK. EXCELLENT QUADRILLE BAND Will in attendance. to Nine o'clock. X«ler of (r4BMHI-Kl. GlO. tßlltllOl, ' , „ " Tleket, jr—... .. (to admit Ifcree), ticket* had Mr. W« Corm'i and Mr. Ji*» RaolLl'*, Donepdl
beautiful and endless Varieti-of V LENT PERFUMgDpACHETS, Ac, , differing entirely from former asasoos. Al*o, some rery pretty Valentine*, adapted for children and friends. Parties can have single Valentine sett free by receipt Poet Office Order Postage Stamp*, for any amount, fr