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  2. LAW BEPORT.

    Mr. Knox, K.C., Mr. Lamb, K.C., and Mr. Weigall, instructed by Macnamara and Smith, appeared for the appellant plaintiff, G. S. Yuill; and Mr. Rolin and Mr. Mitchell, by Sly ...

    Article : 887 words
  3. ON THE LAND.

    It is of the greatest importance that the fullest information as to the character, of existing Crown lands should be available and be authentic. Any vagueness is only ...

    Article : 586 words
  4. BANKRUPTCY COURT.

    Re James Campbell M'Pherson. Adjourned to December 1. Re David Balmain Bruce. Mr. H. N. M'Kenzie appeared for applleant. It was ...

    Article : 253 words
  5. DAIRYING.

    GLEN INNES.—Consequent on the recent beneficial rains, dairying is now in full swing throughout the district, and the output for the coming season promises to be a record. ...

    Article : 369 words
  6. GOOD SEASONS IN VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE.—Reports from agricultural districts indicate that there is promise of a good grain harvest again this season. In some portions of the Northern and Wimmera ...

    Article : 152 words
  7. LAW NOTICES.

    At Darlinghurt.—At 10.30 a.m.—For hearing: McLaughlin v De Laurel, Begley v the Attorney-General of New South Wales. ...

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  8. SUPREME COURT.

    Term List.—To be taken in Banco Court, St. James'sroad.—Motions: Ex parte Boris Senkovitch, re Watkin Wyane, attachment (part heard); ex parte Boris Senkovitch, re Christopher Benneth, attachment ...

    Article : 665 words
  9. FARM ACCOMMODATION.

    "Farmer" writes:—"I notice that Mr. Dunlop, one of the Scottish Commissioners, was astonished at the bad food and bad accommodation supplied to the farm labourer in ...

    Article : 438 words
  10. LANDS DEPARTMENT.

    The report of the Lands Department for the year ended June 30, 1910, was laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly last evening. ...

    Article : 553 words
  11. FEDERAL ARBITRATION COURT.

    Further evidence on behalf of the owners was given concerning the claims of the Merchants' Service Guild. Part heard. ...

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  12. THE CHERRY CROP.

    ORANGE.—The first of the season's cherries were consigned to Sydney this week by Messrs. Hamilton Brothers. There is every prospect of a heavy crop of this fruit from ...

    Article : 66 words
  13. INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION COURT.

    Mr. A. H. Heine, of Hollingdene, Parramatta-road. Summer Hill, was nominated as the employers' representative on the Meatpacking (canning and preserving works) ...

    Article : 119 words
  14. MILLET CULTURE.

    WINGHAM.—Millet has been extensively planted on the Manning River again this year, though the unfavourable weather so far experienced has retarded the growth of this ...

    Article : 66 words
  15. MAGPIES AND CORN.

    WINGHAM.—At Bootoowa, near Wingham, several farmers complain that the ordinary black-and-white magpies are proving very destructive amongst the young corn. Such a ...

    Article : 47 words
  16. DISTRICT COURT.

    Emile Gouget, mechanician, of Parramattaroad, Summer Hill, brought an action against Dr. Guy Menzies, of Westbury, Birkenheadroad, Drummoyne, to recover the sum of £39 ...

    Article : 501 words
  17. THE CROPS.

    LOCKHART.—The past fortnight has made changes in the conditions in this and surrounding districts. Immediately around Lockhart, at Osborne, at Milbrulong, and in ...

    Article : 449 words
  18. DISTRICT COURT.

    Before his Honor Judge Murray, in No. 2 Court.—At 10 a.m.—Examinations of judgements debtors (in Chambers): Ryan v Byrne and another, Sansom v Patterson, Whiteman v Davis, Booker v Newton, ...

    Article : 104 words
  19. THE SCOTTISH COMMISSIONERS' QUANDARY.

    "J.A.H." writes:—The members of the Agricultural Delegation have been viewing Australia under circumstances which make it compare very favourably with either Canada or ...

    Article : 357 words
  20. THE BAGO FOREST.

    Among the many railway routes that the Government will have to give attention to it is certain that the Mount Horeb to Tum[?]rmba proposal will be in the foreground. ...

    Article : 587 words
  21. INDUSTRIAL COURT.

    Before his Honor Judge Heydon.—At 10 a.m.—Summonses for penalty, to be considered whether to be dealth with by the Court or remitted to another triburnal: Johns v Guy, Henwood v Schweikert and ...

    Article : 242 words
  22. TIMBER RIGHTS.

    Mr. H. Boultwood, Bellingon, writes relative to Mr. T. M. J. McLennan's letters, which recently appeared in these coloumas in connection with an application for an exclusive ...

    Article : 374 words
  23. STATE SUPREME COURT.

    M'Lean and another v Dubbo Municipality. Mr. Langer Owen, K.C., and Mr. Harvey, instructed by Messrs. Booth and Samuels, of Dubbo (by their agents, Messrs. E. Prichard ...

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  24. INDUSTRIAL REGISTRAR'S COURT.

    Before the Industrial Registrar, at the Central Police Court.—At 10.30 a.m.—Summonses for hearing: Morrish v Nicoll (3). Davies v Reyholds, same v M'Neill, Ripper v Boss (2), Young v Nathan. ...

    Article : 34 words
  25. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Donald James, M'Nally, shooting with intend to do grievous bodily harm; High Burrell, stealing in dwelling; Rupert Edgar Brown, attempt to commit burglary; appeal of Kate Hen[?]berry, dismissal of ...

    Article : 32 words
  26. COMMONWEALTH ARBITRATION COURT.

    Before his Honor Mr. Justice Higgins, Darlinghurst Courthouse.—At 10.30 a.m.—For hearing; Merchant Service Guild of Australasia, claimants, v Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Association and others, ...

    Article : 35 words
  27. A TIMBER-DESTROYING FUNGUS

    "Thousands of pounds' worth of timber are destrosed by the lavages of several species of fungi belonging to the polspora[?] family, which are popularly known as ...

    Article : 251 words
  28. POLICE COURTS.

    George Edward Wrigley, 27, pleaded not guilty yesterday at the Central Police Court to a charge of sly grog-selling at Surry Hills on October 30. Constable Patterson gave evidence that the accused and a ...

    Article : 200 words
  29. DISTRICT ITEMS.

    COROWA.—A further 55 points of rain fell on Friday night. The fall will prove of some benefit to late-sown crops. Hay-making has comenced. The results so far are reported ...

    Article : 141 words
  30. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Mr. H. Harris, Crown Prosecutor. SENTENCES. Aubrey Cooper, who had pleaded guilty to forgery and uttering, and breaking and ...

    Article : 210 words
  31. EQUITY COURT.

    This was a suit in which Edith Rose Singh, wife of Deelph Singh, was plaintiff, and Mary Ann Brown and Alfred Ellis were defendants, and had reference to certain lands at ...

    Article : 517 words
  32. VICTIMISING WORKMEN.

    A series of annoying thefts have taken place recently in the eastern suburbs in connection with the property of workmen engaged in the erection of buildingsJames Grant, a young man, was yesterday before the ...

    Article : 239 words
  33. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    W.B.E.—For obvious reasons we could not supply the information desired. If you communicate, however, with real estate agents in the locality referred to (you will find their ...

    Article : 56 words
  34. NEW WHEAT.

    The first truckload of really prime new season's wheat was received at Redfern yesterday. It is one of the Farrer improved varieties, is named Bunyip, and was grown ...

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  35. BUTTER FACTORIES.

    CORAKI.—For the month of October the Coraki Co-operative Dairy Company manufactured 115,9431b of A[?] butter, and 40231b of No. 1 butter being an increase of 35,0001b on ...

    Article : 83 words
  36. TWEED SHOW.

    MURWILLUMBAH.—The second day of the Tweed show was heir in splendid weather. Over 3000 spectators were present. The hunting was particularly good. In the open hunt Miss ...

    Article : 423 words
  37. SWIMMERS' TROUBLES.

    Patrick Dwyer and Henry Day, two youths, were charged at the Water Police Court on Thursday, before Mr. W. Clarke, S.M., with throwing stones in the Domain on Wednesday morning last. It was stated that ...

    Article : 85 words
  38. SETTLEMENT LEASES.

    R. W. writes:—The ukase of the Minister for Lands in practically prohibiting the salo of settlement leases suggests two questions: —(1) Why holders of unali[?]ated land should ...

    Article : 80 words
  39. ITEMS.

    The Adavale station homestead block of 5600 acres (Parkes district) has just been sold to Messrs. Beven and Tayler, through Messrs. [?]combe, Carson, Ltd., in conjunction ...

    Article : 47 words
  40. P.P. BOARDS.

    GUNDAGAI.—At the meeting of the Pastures Board to-day an important point was raised respecting the amount of assessment that should be paid on wire-netted areas. The ...

    Article : 303 words
  41. LAND APPEAL COURT.

    Mr. Hanbury Davies for the Crown. APPEALS. In re G. D. Bassett. Appeal against the recommendation of the local land board for ...

    Article : 361 words
  42. SUBSIDISED MUSIC.

    Sir,—It was reported the other day that a deputation had waited upon Mr. Beeby, Minister for Education, for the purpose of obtaining a subsidy of £1000 per annum to ...

    Article : 194 words
  43. ATTRACTING IRRIGATIONISTS.

    A well-known Sydney commercial man said yesterday:—"I have read with interest the announcement of Mr. Carm[?]chael's intention to encourage immigrants from America who ...

    Article : 477 words
  44. MILLER'S FOREST.

    "A Farmer" writes, complaining that the farmers at Miller's Forest, in the Hunter River district, which he claims embraces about 4000 acres of rich agricultural land, can ...

    Article : 76 words
  45. YACANT CROWN LANDS.

    "North-west" writes:—The condition of Crown lands is something disgraceful. They are over-run with noxious weeds of every decsription, particularly prickly pear and pea, ...

    Article : 159 words
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