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  2. MUSIC AND DRAMA.

    June is very cold, according to the London critics, who find that Sir Arthur Pinero's latest heroine is a mercenary, calculating creature, without mercy, and without humanity. ...

    Article : 1,518 words
  3. CURRENT LITERATURE

    Yesterday and To-day in Sinal," by Major C. S. Jarvis, Governor of the Province, is an account of a land which, from the earliest date of which we have record, has possessed ...

    Article : 823 words
  4. LAW REPORT.

    The unanimous judgment of the Court on this appeal by the defendant from an older made by Mr. Justice Stephen in Chambers was given by the Chief Justice, who described ...

    Article : 1,983 words
  5. COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL.

    This appeal is reported in another column. ...

    Article : 28 words
  6. BANCO JURY CAUSES.

    This was a claim by Frank Arnold Watson against Joseph Levenson for damages for an injury to the plaintiff's eye, said to have been received at the defendant's shooting gallery, ...

    Article : 134 words
  7. NO. 2 JURY CAUSES.

    In an action brought by Mrs. E. Foley against H. Tindale, as nominal defendant for the Australian Gaslight Company, in which the plaintiff, suing on behalf of herself and ...

    Article : 385 words
  8. A HIPPO'S TRAVELS.

    The heroine of "Huberta Goes South," by Mr. Hedley A Chllvers, is not a lady tourist of the human species, but a hippopotamus, who, late in 1928, for some inscrutable ...

    Article : 308 words
  9. IN DIVORCE.

    The suit of Ray Gardiner against Joseph Reuben Gardiner, company director, was again before the Court by way of an application on behalf of the husband for a reduction in ...

    Article : 1,145 words
  10. IN CHAMBERS.

    This was a reference by the Prothonotary of an application to set aside a writ on the ground that it contained two causes of action against two separate defendants. The ...

    Article : 255 words
  11. OTHER NOTICES.

    "Danzig's Yesterday and To-morrow," by Mr. G. H. Morrison, illustrates the manner in which history occasionally repeats itself. For long the possession of Danzig was disputed by ...

    Article : 749 words
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    Advertising : 3 words
  13. DIVORCE.

    "The Fight for Divorce," by Mr. Francis Gribble, describes the long, long struggle whereby unhappily-mated couples acquire the right, in certain circumstances, to sever the ...

    Article : 461 words
  14. IN EQUITY.

    Application on originating summons was made by Clement Bellamy, executor of the will of John Pearson, that inquiry should be held as to who were the beneficiaries under ...

    Article : 2,155 words
  15. A TRAMP ABROAD.

    Mr. Eric Muspratt, author of "Wild Oats," is a roving Australian, who, after fighting in the war, returned to Australia. In the fullness of time the wanderlust seized him, ...

    Article : 512 words
  16. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

    "China Spenks on the Conflict Between China and Japan," Chih Meng. (Macmillian.) The Capital Question of China," Curtis. (Macmillan.) ...

    Article : 80 words
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