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  2. THE BONDI[?]RIOT.

    The hearing of the Bondi riot case was continued at the Water Police Court y[?]terday afternoon, before Mr. G. W. F. Addison, S.M. The Court was crowded by the usual throng of friends and sympathisers of the prisoners. The ...

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  3. POLICE.

    At the CENTRAL POLICE COURT yesterday, the bench in the Charge Court was occupied by Mr. Buchanan, S. M. George Cooper was charged with having stolen a swag, containing a tent, a pair of blankets, five shirts, one pair of ...

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  4. [?]VIEW.

    As a literary man, Edmund Yates has been singularly versatile. He early won a reputation as a writer of pretty and sparkling vers de societe. Some of his comedies had held the stage for years, and for nearly a ...

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  5. INQUESTS.

    At the District Court, yesterday morning, the City Coronor, Mr. H. Shiell, J.P., continued the inquiry into the origin of the fire which occurred at Cripps's Coffee Palace Hotel on the night of the 20th ultimo. ...

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  6. LARRIKINISM SUPPRESSION.

    Sir,—Your correspondent "Sunny New South Wales" is right in recommending a mounted force to assist in protecting not only the public, but the police; but it seems to me that he is much farther on the way to the bringing ...

    Article : 382 words
  7. RAILWAY MANAGEMENT.

    Sir,—Every time I travel down the Western line, not very often, I um forcibly struck with the folly, or worse, of the mail train stopping at Lithgow and Jiskbank, two little stations within a mile of each other. Some time ago ...

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