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  2. NEWS BY THE AMERICAN MAIL.

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

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  3. LAW REPORT. SUPREME COURT.—WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8.

    His HONOR delivered the following reserved judgments in the suits named, which were tried towards the close of last sittings in Equity:— TOOKE[?] V. M'CULLAA AND OTHERS. ...

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  4. OUR SAN FRANCISCO LETTER.

    The fifty-first Congress of the United States assembled in the National Capital on Monday, the 2nd instant, and two days later, organisation of the House of Representatives having been perfected by ...

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  5. DISEASES IN STOCK.

    The following minute, suggesting an inquiry in Europe in regard to diseases in stock, prepared by the Minister for Mines (Mr. Sydney Smith) has been approved by the Cabinet:— ...

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  6. LAW NOTICES.

    Prothonotary's Office.—Before the Prothonotary: De Kant[?]ow v. Inglis, 10; Levy and others v. Proudfoot, 10.30; Hole v. Howe, 10.30; How Mow v. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., 11; Australian Mercantile Loan and Guarantee ...

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  7. POLICE.

    Mr C. Delohery D.S.M., presided at the CENTRAL POLICE COURT yesterday. Michael Lannon, 19, a dealer, was charged with having assauted Mary O'Brien and Janet Bushby. Accused was sent to goal ...

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  8. BETTING HOUSES SUPPRESSION ACT.

    Maurice Palm was yesterday charged in the summons division of the Central Police Court, before Mr. W. Johnson, S. M., with Having committed a breach of the Betting Houses Suppression Act by having a ...

    Article : 176 words
  9. HORSE AND MAN.

    Sir,—Painful as is the reading of the article by one of your staff, the article is exactly indicative or actual facts, and in no way exaggerates the brutality of many New South Wales people with their poor horses. I remember ...

    Article : 238 words
  10. INHUMAN TREATMENT.

    On Sunday afternoon loud screams and cries for help were heard coming from a house in Dixon-street. The police were called for, and a woman named Emily Bryant told them that a man named Richard Donnelly, with ...

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  11. INQUEST.

    Mr. J. E. Bowden, the Parramatta District Coroner, held an inquest on Wednesday afternoon as to the death of a girl named Eihel Mary Roberts, aged 15 years, who was killed through the horse attached to the milk ...

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