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  2. LAW REPORT. SUPREME COURT.—THURSDAY, MARCH 6.

    Mr. Want, Q.C., and Mr. Lingen, instructed by Messrs. Fisher, Ralfe, and Salwey, appeared for Marianne Hope in support of her appeal against the assessment of probate duty made by the Commissioner ...

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  3. NEWS BY THE AMERICAN MAIL.

    The Oceanic Steam Navigation Company's R.M.S. Mariposa, with the English and American mails, arrived in Port Jackson yesterday. Her latest dates are San ...

    Article : 39 words
  4. OUR SAN FRANCISCO LETTER.

    The awful tragedy in the family of Hon. Benjamin F. Tracy, Secretary of the Navy, has cast a gloom over society at the national capital, and has for the momeut eclipsed every other subject of public ...

    Article : 3,427 words
  5. LICENSING COURT.

    Mr. B. Lee, D.S.M., presided at the weekly meeting of the Licensing Bench held at the Water Police Court yesterday. Transfers of publicans' licenses were granted as follows:—Oxford Hotel, Erskine-street, ...

    Article : 158 words
  6. INQUEST.

    The inquest into the circumstances attending the death of Frederick Taylor, late mate on the schooner Colonist, who was drowned off Bradley's Head on Saturday last in consequence of the collision between ...

    Article : 229 words
  7. DISTRICT COURT.—THURSDAY.

    Dr. Geo. Sly appeared for,the plaintiff, and Mr. Whitfield for the defendant. This was an action, brought by Dr. Field, a soap manufacturer, of Paddington, against Wm. M'Millan, as Colonial Treasurer, ...

    Article : 123 words
  8. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—THURSDAY.

    Mr. H. E. Cohen and Mr.Rich prosceuted for the Crown, and Mr. O'Connor, instructed by Messrs. Lawrence and M'Laughlan, defended. The hearing of the charge against Edmund Henry ...

    Article : 2,834 words
  9. PROGRESS OF SEWERAGE WORKS.

    It will be remembered that a short while back the Minister for Works called for a progress report to be furnished on the severage works now in hand. Mr. Hickson, the engineer-in-chief, has submitted that ...

    Article : 560 words
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