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  2. THE MARRIAGE MARKET.

    We once ventured to assert in these pages (says the Spectator) that the day before the end of the world two subjects would be sure to be under universal discusion,–one was "the degeneracy ...

    Article : 2,091 words
  3. LITERARY GOSSIP.

    A curious feature among the young group of Australian women writers is their taste for Omar Khayyam. Thus, in Miss Louiso Mack's new book, "Teens," there is a passenger introducing ...

    Article : 1,481 words
  4. BACK FROM THE WHITE NORTH.

    The Jackson-Harmsworth expedition to the Arctic regions returned to England in the ship Windward on September 4, and a representative of the "St. James's Gazette" has had an interview ...

    Article : 1,280 words
  5. WATER AND SEWERAGE BOARD.

    The weekly meeting of the Water and Sewerage Board was held yesterday. The Royal Commission's report on the board was submitted. The secretary read the chief ...

    Article : 1,671 words
  6. LAW REPORT.

    Mr. Langer Owen, instructed by Mr. L. F. Heydon, appeared for the plaintiff, William Strand; Mr. Knox, instructed by Messrs. Allen, Allen, and [?]emsl[?]y, for the defendant society merely to obtain ...

    Article : 604 words
  7. DISTRICT COURT.

    J. B. Morrison, of Croydon, sued C. W. Rudd, who it was alleged was trading as the Phœnix Manufacturing Company, at Kent-street, for the recovery of £100 damages for alleged breach of ...

    Article : 162 words
  8. MILITARY MATTERS.

    The recruiting in connection with the Sixth Regiment of Australian Rifles, which has been in progress for some time, has been attended with very far results. The total number of volunteres who have ...

    Article : 376 words
  9. LAW NOTICES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 516 words
  10. No. 1 JURY COURT.

    His Honor, in deliverinig his reserved judgment on the motion for a nonsuit in the above action, heard at last Maitland Circuit Court, said that Elizabeth Holland, as administrat rix of the estate of Thomas ...

    Article : 1,188 words
  11. THE MINING LAWS.

    Sir,—In your issue of to-day you remark that several mining authorities have not hesitated to express their opinions in condemnation of the minute of the Minister of Mines on the subject of ...

    Article : 1,232 words
  12. DIVORCE COURT.

    His Honor made a[?]solute the decrees nisi granted in the following cases, and declared the marriages dissolved:—Cecilin Catherine Gray v. William Gray, with custody of children; Heurietta Ryan v. Martin ...

    Article : 543 words
  13. DISTRICT COURT.—Wednesday, October 27.

    Morrison v. Rudd (for judgment), Douglas v. Bradbury, L[?] v. Howard, Kauri timber Company v. Gibbings and another, Wheeler v. Dalles, Murray v. Symonds. (Before the Registrar, in No. 2 Court.) ...

    Article : 81 words
  14. POLICE COURTS.

    Committed for Trial.—At the Central Police Court yesterday, Mr. Edwards, S.M., committed for trial Thomas Murphy, alias Joseph Murphy, Cleveland, and Silo, 27, on a charge of being found at night ...

    Article : 750 words
  15. BANKRUPTCY COURT.

    A certificate was granted to Robert Hayes. CERTIFICATE APPLICATIONS ADJOURNED. Re Josiah Eade. The hearing of the application was adjourned to November 16, and it was stated ...

    Article : 889 words
  16. THE CITY COUNCIL AND GARBAGE.

    Sir,—In reference to the report of the special meeting of the City Council held at the Town Hall on the 11th instant to consider the report of the city surveyor on the best method of disposing of the house ...

    Article : 614 words
  17. AUSTRALASIAN NATIONAL LEAGUE.

    A meeting of the general council of the Australasian National League (New South Wales section) was held at the offices, 19a Hunter-street, Sydney, on Monday. The vice-president, Mr. F. D. Kent, ...

    Article : 439 words
  18. IN CHAMBERS.

    Mr. J. C. M'Lachlan (Laurence and M'Lachlan) appeared for the applicant, John James Nicholson; and Mr. B. R. Wise, instructed by Messrs. John Dawson and Son, for the respondents, Catherine ...

    Article : 132 words
  19. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE.

    Yesterday the Public works Committee me[?] Department of Public Works under the presidency of Mr. T. T. Ewing, M.L.A., and received the reports of two sectional committees, that on the ...

    Article : 185 words
  20. RAILWAY CHEAP EXCURSIONS.

    Sir,—Noticing that the Commissioners are advertising cheap trips to the Hawkesbury River, 70 miles by rail and 36 miles by steamer, for 5s 6d first-class and 3s 6d second, I would respectfully suggest ...

    Article : 160 words
  21. EQUITY COURT.

    Mr. Gregory Walker, Q.C., and Mr. Mann, instructed by Mr. Joseph Thompson, for the plaintiffs; Mr. Lingen and Mr. H. P. Owen, instructed by Mr. J. A. Thompson, for the defendants. ...

    Article : 941 words
  22. SYDNEY COVE.

    Sir, It is with very pleasant feelings that I am enabled to maka a correction of my letter on the above. Having had a chat with my old chum, George Thornton, he told me that my informant was ...

    Article : 113 words
  23. GOUT.

    To cure Cout [?]ufferers must eliminate the uric acid from the system. Nothing does this so effectually [?] Bishop's Citrate of Lithia, a wonderful remedy. Every doctor prescribes it. Of all chemists; in two sizes. Booklet or [?] ...

    Article : 56 words
  24. A TRUISM.

    The independent testimony of scientific experts and the most eminent skin specialists awards PEARS SOAP the first position among toilet soaps.—Advt. ...

    Article : 32 words
  25. DON'T LOOK OLD.

    With advancing years greyness increases, stop [?] LOCEYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER, which darkens to the former colour and preserves the appearance. Lock[?] [?] Restorer is made in England only.—Advt. ...

    Article : 32 words
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