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  2. OUR BRISBANE LETTER.

    The Cabinet is again complete, Mr. Macdonald Patterson having accepted the position of PostmasterGeneral, with a seat in the Council; while the Hon. B. B. Moreton remains in the Lower House as Minister ...

    Article : 1,786 words
  3. LAW REPORT. SUPREME COURT.—THURSDAY, APRIL 30.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 2,425 words
  4. OUR PARIS LETTER.

    La Ligne, a new journal, the property of M. Andrieux, ex-Prefect of Police, has recently been more talked about than any other paper in France, for reasons which I will presently explain, Before doing ...

    Article : 2,194 words
  5. POLICE.

    Mr. O'Malley Clarke, S.M., presided on the Charge side of the CENTRAL POLICE COURT yesterday. Charles Herbert Tait, for larceny as a bailee of a gun belonging to Thomas Denis, was sentenced to six months' hard labour. ...

    Article : 1,488 words
  6. INSOLVENCY COURT.—THURSDAY.

    Applications for extension of time for filing accounts and plans were made, and granted as follows:—Ah Kum, James R. Loster, Charles Brown, Richard Grosvenor, and William Isley, to the 4th of June; Michael Robinson and ...

    Article : 188 words
  7. CORONER'S INQUEST.

    The inquest upon the body of James Murphy, who died from the effects of a wound alleged to have been inflicted by a Chinaman named George Ah Tuck, was resumed yesterday. The evidence brought ...

    Article : 1,055 words
  8. METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT.—THURSDAY.

    Mr. Rogers and Mr. Wise, instructed by Messrs. Gannon and M'Laughlin, for the plaintiff, Mr. G. B. Simpson, instructed by Mr.P.P.Jones, for the defendants. The plaintiff, William Broadhead, owned several cottages ...

    Article : 246 words
  9. LAW NOTICES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 453 words
  10. INSOLVENCY BUSINESS.

    Friday, May 1.—A. W. Mills, H. E. Mills, and E. J. Mills,third; J. F.Boyd and Albert Boyd, third; John Hindmarsh, third; W. Whitehorn, third; T. V. Madge, L. W. Camb, P. J. Hanley, and W. Mackie, single; James Molloy, second; John Re[?]y, H. ...

    Article : 107 words
  11. DISTRICT COURT.—FRIDAY, MAY 1.

    Jury Causes.—Eady v.Robertson, part heard; M'Closky v. Parry, Cause List, Second Court.—Brignall v. Haines, Cohen v. Francis, Money v. Asche, Boyle v. Gawthorpe, Fielding v. Aarons, Lashman v.Wheatley, Herber and another v. Braddon, Grace v. ...

    Article : 61 words
  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 433 words
  13. HERAT.

    Herat has perhaps been assailed and sacked more often than any other city in the world, says the Daily News. The Herat of modern history is but the paltriest ruin of the "Arian" city—the Aria metropolis—of the olden time. ...

    Article : 410 words
  14. THE AMEER OF AFGHANISTAN.

    Testimony is borne by the correspondent of the Standard accompanying the Afghan Boundary Commission to the remarkable success of the government of Abdurrahman. This Ameer has succeeded in suppressing or pacifying the ...

    Article : 309 words
  15. Advertising

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    Advertising : 93 words
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