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  2. The Police Courts.

    DRUNKS.—Twenty-seven drunkards were fined. INDENCY.—Mary Beilly, 23, and Thomas Jackson, 19, were charged by Constables SUllivan and Race, with having obscenely exposed themselves in Kentstreet. They were sent to goal for one month. ...

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  4. New Caledonia News.

    NOUMEA, October 1.—Programme of the fetes on the thirty-second anniversary of annexation: The fan began with the fancy drees ball, of which I sent an account by the last mail. Since then we ...

    Article : 861 words
  5. Sydney Quarter Sessions.

    The sittings of the Metropolitan Court of Quarter Sessions were continued at Darlinghurst. Mr. P. J.Healy prosecuted. CHA[?]GE OF ABANDONING AN INFANT.—Kate ...

    Article : 599 words

    EIGHT HOURS DAY.—Over a dozen people, who had succumbed to the eight hours principle, expiated the offence by paying for it on Wednesday. DRUNK AND DlSORDEBLY.-W. Prescott, D. ...

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    DRUNKS.—William Tasker, 58, a laborer, charged with drunkenness in Mount-street, was fined 10s, or two days' imprisonment. James Reynolds, 34, a laborer, charged with a similar offence, was fined 5s, ...

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    DRUNKS.—Sixteen persons began the election campaign by getting drunk. They were fined as usual. LANGUAGE.—George Cain, 40, used disgusting ...

    Article : 268 words
  9. THURSDAY. October 8.

    CHARGE OF STEALING.—When the case against Annie Thompson and Bella Coulter, charged with having stolen a watch and chain and a vest contain­ing £68, the property of William Boatwright, was ...

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    ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE.—T. Cochrane, 23, was "sent np" for two months for having assaulted Constable George Hunt with intent to prevent the apprehension of a female prisoner. THE AFTER EFFECTS.—A number of inebriates pleaded guilty to having had "just two glasses." The glasses cost on an average 5s a piece. AFFILIATION.—Anne Graham sued Thomas Water. ...

    Article : 365 words
  11. BALMAIN.

    DRUNKS.—Carl Bocher, 35, was fined 10s, or two days. James Stephens, 30, a laborer, was fined 10s, or two days. Laurence Duggun, 40, a laborer, was fined 10s, or two days. Albert Vincent. 39. a ...

    Article : 242 words
  12. Robbery in Balmain.

    George Lee, 66 (a tailor), and Thomas Hall (& fitter) were charged before Mr. W. Johnson, S.M., in the Balmain P. C. on "Wednesday, with having broke into the dwelling-house of John Atkinson, in Mullen[?] ...

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    The sittings of the Metropolitan Court of Quarter Sessions were concluded on Friday. CASES POSTPONED.—The following cases were postponed:—John Berry. nuisance: Patrick ...

    Article : 514 words
  14. WATER.

    REFRACTORY SEAMEN.—Nineteen charges were brought against refractory seamen. Fifteen of these were against seamen of the R.M.S. John Elder, who had refused to work on Monday. The men wished to ...

    Article : 202 words
  15. BALMAIN.

    No DRUNKS.—There were not any cases of drunkenness to be dealt with. SUMMONED FOR SURETIES.—E. Nutt summoned Lawrence Dalziell for sureties. The case was ...

    Article : 248 words
  16. WATER.

    REMANDS.—James Frazer, 19. a carpenter, charged, with having attempted to steal a purse contained about £18 and a bank receipt from the person of David Thomas, was remanded till 2 p.m. on Tuesday. ...

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    INEBRIATES.—Several partakers of the "cup " partook of police hospitality—board and lodging without money and without price. ASSAULT.—John Short, for having assaulted Edgar DRUNKS.—This being the anniversary of the en-trance of Garibaldi into Naples, twenty-one would-be patriots got drunk, and were fined. LANGUAGE.—Kate Garritv. 32. and Elizabeth ...

    Article : 511 words
  19. Veterinary Science.

    Mr. John Stewart, veterinary surgeon of this city, delivered an introductory class lecture on "Veterinary Science," at the Sussex-street Technical Institute, on Tuesday evening. The lecturer, in his ...

    Article : 191 words
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