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  2. LAW REPORT.

    Mr. Darley, Q.C. and Mr. Knox, instructed by Messrs. Macnamara and Ochiltree, for the appellant defendants Atkinson and Gibsone; Mr. Lingen, instructed by Mr. W. A. Manning, for the defendant E. B. Firebrace; Mr. Owen, ...

    Article : 902 words
  3. The STATISTICAL REGISTER for 1883.

    We return to our study of the tables given in the above book. The decimal return of imports furnishes many startling proofs of the fluctuations that take place in the value of goods. Thus in 1876 the imports of ...

    Article : 1,844 words
  4. OUR BRISBANE LETTER.

    The Queensland contingent to the Soudan expedition will not, it appears be required; but we had-many indications that if its service had been accepted the men to fill its ranks would have been forthcoming. At the ...

    Article : 2,376 words
  5. POLICE.

    At the CENTRAL POLICE COURT Court yesterday morning, Mr. G. O'M. Clarke, S.M., presided in the Charge division, and dealt with a number of cases of minor importance Thomas Asher was fined £5, or two months' imprisonment, ...

    Article : 1,340 words
  6. METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.

    John Blake was acquitted upon a charge of having on, the 13th January, stolen four pieces of papor, the property of Jacob Skinner. Mr. Coonan appeared for the defence. jurors pined. ...

    Article : 246 words
  7. FINE ARTS.

    There are now on view at Mr. John Sands' Gallery, 37[?] George-street, about 50 water-colour drawings which will afford any connoisseur or amateur of painting a very great deal of pleasure to inspect, especially as the collection ...

    Article : 664 words
  8. REVIEWS.

    Dr. Cox's name is a pledge of the free and thorough way in which any subject is liekly to be treated when once taken in hand by him, and this exposition and study is a fair example of hie method and powers, ...

    Article : 250 words
  9. DIVORCE COURT.—THURSDAY

    The hearing of evidence on behalf of respondent was resumed, and witnesses were called to prove that on several occasions the petitionor had deserted his wife and left her without adequate means of support, and had ill-treated her ...

    Article : 230 words
  10. TRADES AND LABOUR COUNCIL.

    The usual weekly meeting of the Trades and Lobours Council was held last night at thwe Swan-with-two-Necks Hotel. The chair was occupied by Mr. J. Wright, and thoefollowing societies were represented:—Seamen's ...

    Article : 225 words
  11. The World of Proverb and Parable. By EDWIN PAXTON HOOD. Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1885.

    Scores of persons will be delighted to possess this book. They will wonder how the author found time to write it, and whence he drew all the varied material to fill its pages. In his introductory essay he suggests ...

    Article : 319 words
  12. INSOLVENCY COURT.—THURSDAY.

    In the matter of Louis Goldberg, by Frederick Garden, his attorney, v. Charles Hunt Roopeo, compulsory sequestration. Mr. Field oppcarod for the petitioner, and Mr. H. Bradley for the respondent. The latter asked for an adjournment, ...

    Article : 463 words
  13. THE GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY.

    The resolution passed at tho meeting of the ratepayers in reference to the local water Bupply was brought before the borough council meeting last night, when it was adjourned for consideration. Alderman Doberer's motion on the same ...

    Article : 250 words
  14. LAW NOTICES.

    Term List.—Crown Cases: The Queen v. Cleary, the Queen y. Ah T[?]ye, the Queen v. Tierney, the Qileen v. o'No'll. Motions Generally—Motions, &c.: Wilson v. Munster for Works, motion nisi for new trial; ex parte Ah Johng and others, prohibition, ...

    Article : 321 words
  15. Glimpses of Twilight. By Frederick GEORGE LEE, D.D. "William BUokwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London, 1885.

    Whoever will read the introduction of this book will not need to read any further, unless her has a faith like the author's in "old wives' fables." Dr. Lee starts with the ostensible purpose of putting all sorts of ...

    Article : 306 words
  16. THE PROPOSED CITY ORGAN.

    Sir,—If "Barrel Organ" had read your report of the City Council meoting held last week, which appeared in yourr issue of Friday, he would hardly have assorted so confidently that the rouncil are about to expend £15,000 or ...

    Article : 255 words
  17. METROPOLITAN DISTRICT,COURT.—THURSDAY.

    This was a jury cause, part houid on Wednesday. His Honor gave a verdict for the full amount, with costs on the higher scale. SEYMOUR V. BEAR. ...

    Article : 362 words
  18. INSOLVENCY BUSINESS.

    Friday.—James Mitchell, A. S. Gould, Thomas La ne, G. Farthing, G. Sanders, A. Lennon. J. Paxton. Wellwood Thompson and J. A. South, single meetings; A. Jacobs and S. Friedman's special, for proof; A. F. Forbes, W. M. Coward, A. A. Wood, and J. ...

    Article : 49 words
  19. DISTRICT COURT.—FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27.

    Jury Caues,—Watson v. Cary, Maynard, v. Jones, O'Mara v. Jolliffe. ...

    Article : 15 words
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