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  2. FUGITIVE NOTES.

    Politics in the air. Turn we to what direction we may we have the same evidence of gathering excitement, until a thought on any other subject seems out of place. It does not require that one be an active ...

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  3. LAW REPORT. SUPREME COURT.—TUESDAY, JUNE 9.

    Sir Julian Salomons, Q.C., Mr. Pilcher, Q.C., Mr. A. H. Simpson, Mr. C.B. Stephen, and Mr. Canaway, instructed by the Crown Solicitor, appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr. Gregory Walker, Mr. O'Connor, ...

    Article : 4,331 words
  4. THE WOMANHOOD SUFFRAGE LEAGUE.

    A public meeting to consider the advisability of extending the suffrage to women was called by the executive of the league in the Y. M. C. A. Hall on Monday night. The meeting was well attended. The ...

    Article : 1,082 words
  5. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS. SYDNEY.

    The City Council held its 137th quarterly meeting yesterday. The Mayor (Alderman W. P. Manning) presided, and there were present:—Aldermen M. Chapman, Ri[?], Fowler, Hardie, Hughes, Buckle, ...

    Article : 2,661 words
  6. METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT.

    Mr. Bateman, instructed by Mr. E. R. M. Newton, appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Schrader for defendant. This was an action brought by John F. King against Henry Frost for the recovery of £30 for ...

    Article : 140 words
  7. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—TUESDAY.

    Mr. Healey prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. BURGLARY. James White, aged about 25, was charged with having on May 21 burglariously entered the dwelling ...

    Article : 615 words
  8. MEETINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 230 words
  9. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

    From the writer, S. Hurst Seager, A.R.I.B.A., we have received a pamphlet on "Insanitary Homes and How to make them Healthy," for the guidance of householders on all subjects affecting the purity of ...

    Article : 155 words
  10. DUNDAS.

    A meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday. Alderman Fullford (Mayor) presided. A communication was received from the Department of Mines to the effect that it did not appear urgent that ...

    Article : 211 words
  11. RAILWAY REFRESHMENTS.

    Sir,—The thanks of the travelling public are due to the Commissioners for Railways for a reduction of fares. The more frequent running of excursion trains and generally improved rate of speed. Whilst ...

    Article : 124 words
  12. ASHFIELD.

    A meeting of the council was held on Wednesday, 3rd instant. Present: The Mayor (Albert Brown), and Aldermen Dean, Lyttle, Dougan, Thompson, Beaver, and Josephson. The meeting was called for ...

    Article : 180 words
  13. ALLEGED PERJURY.

    In the WATER POLICE COURT yesterday, before Mr. T.K.Abbott, S.M., William Briggs Cole, a carpenter, was charged with having, on the 4th of June, before Arthur Henry, Registrar in Bankruptey, on an ...

    Article : 401 words
  14. METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Mr. Merewether prosecuted for the Crown. SENTENCE. Edward Connors, found guilty of having stolen a watch, was sentenced to three years' hard labour. ...

    Article : 507 words
  15. FREEDOM OF SPEECH.

    Sir,—The labour party, which is making an important and constitutional move to seize the balance of power in the present contest, has a great deal to gain or a great deal to lose, and either of these results ...

    Article : 320 words
  16. ANNUAL LICENSING COURT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 387 words
  17. YARRANGOBILLY CAVES.

    Sir,—Mr. Herny Dawson, in his letter of 2nd instant, rather misrepresents my former letter on above subject, whether intentionally or not I am unable to state. In the first place it was not a question of the ...

    Article : 491 words
  18. LAW NOTICES. SUPREME COURT.—WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 437 words
  19. POLICE.

    Mr. Whittingdale Johnson, S.M., presided in the CENTRAL POLICE COURT, yesterday. George Hay, 50, having stolen a shirt valued at 5s, the proporty of C[?]il Hordern, of 486 George-street, was sentenced ...

    Article : 273 words
  20. WEDNESDAY AS A POLLING-DAY.

    Sir,—"G. A. Wood," in your issue of to-day, protests against Wednesday as a polling-day, as thereby, he says, a large number of electors are disfranchised; and then he goes on to point out that on Saturday ...

    Article : 249 words
  21. DISTRICT COURT,—WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 21 words
  22. Advertising

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    Advertising : 70 words
  23. Advertising

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