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  2. A NURSE CONVICTED.

    At the Central Criminal Court yesterday, before Judge Cohen and a jury, Blanche Ellen Withy, a nurse, was charged with having, on March 18, at Smithfield, feloniously slain ...

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  3. LAW REPORT.

    Mr. Blacket, Instructed by Mr. T. Michell, appeared for the incorporated Law Institute, and moved to make absolute a rule by which Alexander Scoble, a solicitor of the Court, ...

    Article : 1,561 words
  4. ON THE LAND.

    Naturally, the anti-graders are wroth at the opportune appearance of Mr. Lockyer's report, and the practical certainty that the Federal authorities will take steps to put ...

    Article : 976 words
  5. IN BANKRUPTCY.

    His Honor, in delivering his reserved decision in the above matter, said that the appeal was one from an order made by the Registrar in Bankruptey of April 7, under section ...

    Article : 301 words
  6. THE BUTTER BUSINESS.

    The Australian—and, indeed, the general butter market—has undergone a complete change during the last fortnight. On Monday, April 11, the prices ruling for choicest ...

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  7. POLICE COURTS.

    Twenty-two Chinese and two Europeans concerned in Sunday's police raid on premises situate in Dixon-street, city, appeared on monday at the Central Police Court, before Mr. Love, S.M., charged with being ...

    Article : 483 words
  8. ENGLISIT WOOL TRADE.

    The event of the week has been the opening of the third series of London sales, the usual large contingent of buyers once more putting in an appearance. A good many ...

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  9. INDUSTRIAL COURT.

    Mr. W. C. Shipway (Messrs. Shipway and Berne), on behalf of the United Licensed Victuallers' Association, sought leave to nominate Lawrence Drysdale Mouat, of the Central ...

    Article : 331 words
  10. RABBIT HARBOURS.

    ARMIDALE.—Following a decision of the magistrate last Friday, a special meeting of the Armidale Pastures Protection Board was held with reference to the case—the board ...

    Article : 121 words
  11. SLY GROG.

    James Thomas, 53, a lodging-house keeper, pleaded guilty on Monday at the Central Police Court, before Mr. Love, S.M., to a charge of having sold liquor without a license on premises situate at ...

    Article : 139 words
  12. TRADES AND LABOUR.

    The board which has been fixing the wages and conditions to prevail in the woodworking industry (carpenters and joiners) delivered its award. The award at present in force expires on june 30, [?] ...

    Article : 395 words
  13. VALUABLE COW LOST.

    WOLUMLA.—Mr. A. Sweeney's Ayrshire cow, which won seven first prizes, died the other night as a result of eating a quantity of green corn. Exceptionally good offers to purchase ...

    Article : 42 words
  14. FLEMINGTON SALEYARDS.

    Yesterday the Lord Mayor said:—"Referring to the published statements made in regard to the meeting held at Strathfield in the matter of the cattle saleyards, and the ...

    Article : 444 words
  15. CLOSER SETTLEMENT.

    BELLINGEN.—An area of 257 acres in parish Gundah, county Fitzroy, about 14 miles from Coramba, and 23 miles from Coff's Harbour, will be available for ...

    Article : 251 words
  16. FROZEN MEAT TRADE.

    A rather considerable set-back has taken place within the last fortnight, brought about mainly by heavier arrivals. Business has been poor, and holders of stocks and operators ...

    Article : 411 words
  17. DISTRICT COURT.

    In this case—brought by Henry Horton Pratt, of Brisbane-street, Surry Hills, against John Brown and William Brown, trading an J. and A. Brown, of Sydney and Newcastle, in ...

    Article : 372 words
  18. MILL EMPLOYEES.

    At a meeting of the United Millers and Mill Employees' Union, held at the Trades Hall, the secretary (Mr. Lewis) gave a short description of his recent organising tour of the country districts. He had visited ...

    Article : 91 words
  19. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES.

    ARMIDALE.—At the annual meeting of the Pastoral and Agricultural Association the report and balance-sheet were adopted. The year started with £285 credit, and, after an ...

    Article : 106 words
  20. PROPOSED NEW UNION.

    Some time ago a movement was at on foot to organise the butter facory employees on the Northern rivers. They have now written to the Labour Council asking for advise. Their letter has been forwarded to ...

    Article : 79 words
  21. APPLICATION FOR AFFILIATION.

    The Stage Supernumeraries' Union, which was formed a few weeks ago, at the meeting held in the Queen's Hall, have applied to the Labour Council for affiliation. The Watchmen, cleaners, and Caretakers' Union, and ...

    Article : 53 words
  22. DAIRYING.

    BELLINGEN.—During April the Bellinger Central (Raleigh) Co-operative Dairy Company received 42,518lb of cream, from which 19,4261b of butter were manufactured. ...

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  23. ASHFIELD LABOUR LEAGUE.

    Three nominations have been received from persons desirous of contesting the seat at the forthcoming State elections in the interest of labour. The nominees are W. B. Prendergast (president of the King league), S. ...

    Article : 103 words
  24. PROPOSED GOODS RAILWAY.

    The Public Works Committee, accompanied by Mr. J. Fraser, Acting Assistant Railway Commissioner, spent the major portion of yesterday inspecting the route of the line of ...

    Article : 250 words
  25. FURNITURE TRADE UNION.

    Mr. E. W. Cutler, the secretary of the United Furniture Trade Society, has just returned from a tour of the North Coast. He found that in many cases the terms of the late award were being violated. When spoken ...

    Article : 104 words
  26. ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

    At the monthly meeting of the council of the above Society, on Friday, Sir Francis Suttor, president, in the chair, the secretary's report presented the balance-sheet for the ...

    Article : 683 words
  27. TRAFFIC IN CROWN AREAS.

    One of the most drastic and important of the decisions given since the New South Wales Closer Settlement Act came into operation was delivered at its recent sitting by the Wagga ...

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  28. LAW NOTICES.

    Term List.—New trial motions: Newis V the General Accident, Fire, and Life Assurance Corporation, Limited (part heard); Sydney Harbour Trust Commissioners V Gardner and another. Motion: Ex-parte ...

    Article : 327 words
  29. OPPOSING A LABOUR CANDIDATE.

    The Sydney Labour Council recently decided to ask the Coal Lumpers' Union to withdraw Mr. W. Macey, one of its delegates, Mr. Macey, it was held, had contravened the rules of the council by opposing the ...

    Article : 114 words
  30. DISTRICT ITEMS.

    BOMBALA.—Rain is very badly needed here. Slight showers fell during last week, but nothing of any consequence. The tanks are all empty, and if rain does not fall soon, water ...

    Article : 347 words
  31. MASTER PLUMBERS' PICNIC.

    The Master Plumbers and Sanitary Engineers' Association held its annual picnic on Saturday at Correy's Gardens, Cabarita. The function was well attended and entirely successful, and among the guest were ...

    Article : 266 words
  32. FIRE AT NORTH SYDNEY.

    A fire broke out on Sunday night i the grocery Shop at the corner of Alfred and Willoughby streets, North Sydney, occuplod by J. Fitzgerald. The outbreak was attributed to rats ...

    Article : 60 words
  33. DIVORCE COURT.

    In this case Lesley Baylis Cradick, formerly Slight, petitioned for a dissolution of her marriage with Albert Edward Cradlck on the ground of cruelty. Mr. Piddington, instructed ...

    Article : 253 words
  34. INDUSTRIAL COURT.

    Before his Honor Judge Heydon.—At 10 a.m.; Summonses for penalty, to be mentioned and adjourned; Johns V Wooster (6), Sanders V D'Aran, same V Borley. For hearing: Re Cigar Trade Board, for ...

    Article : 109 words
  35. CESSNOCK COLLIERIES.

    The mines are still working full time, and as a consequence things are flourishing. At each colliery development work is going on, and the genpral output is increasing each ...

    Article : 148 words
  36. CANE-CUTTERS' TROUBLES.

    At Thursday's meeting of the Sydney Labour Council the following telegram from the secretary for the Cane-cutters' Union at Nelson, Queensland, was received:—"Understand cane-cutters signing Sydney for ...

    Article : 63 words
  37. COMMONWEALTH CONCILIATION ACT.

    Before the Deputy Industrial Registrar.—At 12 noon: Amalgamated Society of Carpenters' and joiners', application for registration. ...

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  38. INCREASED PAY FOR COUNCIL EMPLOYEES.

    Kogarah Council has decided to pay their labourers 8s per day, and carters 11s 6d. At the monthly meeting of the Printing Trades Federation Council on Tuesday, Mr. James W. Spicer, who ...

    Article : 55 words
  39. COURT OF MARINE INQUIRY.

    Before his Honor Judge Backhouse, with Assessors, in No. 1 Court.—At 10 a.m.; Re the Wyreema and the Currajong (part heard). ...

    Article : 28 words
  40. DISTRICT COURT.

    Before his Honor Judge Murray, in No. 2 Court.—At 10 a.m.: Bettinl V the General Motor Car Comapny, Limited (Part heard); Stein V Williams. ...

    Article : 29 words
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  42. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

    Arthur Henry Rocco Angelinetta, manslaughter. ...

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  45. SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The following cases are for trial at the sittings commencing on Wednesday, June 1 next, before Judge Backhouse:—Henry James Parkes, Bigamy; Thomas Field, inflicting grievous bodily harm; Rose Stevens, ...

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