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  2. CORONER'S INQUIRY RESPECTING THE GARDEN PALACE FIRE.

    The inquest on the late fire at the Garden Palace was resumed yesterday, in the Coroner's Court, before the City Coroner, Mr. H. Sbiell, and a jury of 12. Mr. C. J. Manning watched the case on behalf of the ...

    Article : 3,809 words
  3. LAW REPORT.

    Mr. Owen, Q. C., Mr. C. E. Pilcher, Mr. J. H. Want, and Mr. F. L. Smyth, insutructed by Mr. John Elliot, of Singleton, for the plaintiffs; Mr. Salomons, Q.C., Mr. Armstrong, Mr. C. E. Manning, and Mr. A. H. Simpson, ...

    Article : 731 words
  4. SWORN BANK RETURNS.

    In dealing with the quarterly abstracts of liabilities and assets made to Government by the Banks of Issue in this colony, we have several [?] pointed out their insufficiency for the purpose [?] in the Bank Act ...

    Article : 1,805 words
  5. LAW NOTICES.

    His Honor Sir William Manning will sit in Chambers, this day, at 10.30. Chamber List.—Van Heythusen and another v. Shanahan, Jones v. Levy, Marshall and another v Elder, Street v. Hardie and ...

    Article : 53 words
  6. INSOLVENCY BUSINESS.

    Friday.—Thomas G. W. Bray, George Law Lineker, Henry J. J. Hough, Charles Lewis Stack, third meetings: Alexander Greville, single meeting; Thomas York, Thomas Morris Bolger, Pereival Clement Kendall Rowe, David Aarons, and Barnett ...

    Article : 60 words
  7. DISTRICT COURT.—FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29.

    Ca. sa. Motions at 9.30 a.m.—Murray v. Pumfrey, Gordon v. Macdonald, Paling v. Coggins, O'Connor v. Robey. New Trial Motion.—Devir v. carley, Causes at 10 a.m.—M'Donald v. Bates, Chudleigh and another v. ...

    Article : 76 words
  8. IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT.

    If any of our readers were suddenly asked whether such a thing as imprisonment for debt now exists, the chances are that he would confidently answer, No. Imprisonment for debt, be would say, has been abolished by Act of ...

    Article : 1,755 words
  9. POLICE.

    Messrs. Crane and Dillon, S.Ms., were the sitting justices yesterday. Emma Smith was convicted, on her own confession, of having stolen one chemise, two pairs of drawers, and a ...

    Article : 181 words
  10. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Mr. Marsh, S.M., presided in the Charge Court yesterday, and Mr. Buchanan, S.M., occupied the bench in the Summons Court. John or George Smith and William Johnson, alias ...

    Article : 1,121 words
  11. INSOLVENCY COURT.—THURSDAY.

    In the matter of Robert Sterne Tighe v. R. H. Carbines. On the motion of Mr. Hill, who appeared for the petitioning creditor, his Honor made the order [?] absolute, for the compulsory sequestration of respondent's estate; sehedule ...

    Article : 304 words
  12. METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT.

    To recover £200 damages for illegal distraint for rent. Dr. Sly, instructed by Mr. G. C. Murdoch, appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr. Nash, instructed by Norton and Smith, for the defence. On Wednesday the defendant's ...

    Article : 433 words
  13. COMMITTAL FOR TRIAL FOR TELLING FORTUNES.

    At the Goulburn Police Court, on the 25th instant (as reported in the Southern Argus) Eliza ('Brien was charged with unlawfully undertaking to tell fortunes on the 18th instant. Constable Marshall proved service of summons on ...

    Article : 922 words
  14. QUARTER SESSIONS.—THURSDAY.

    Mr. P.J. Healy and Mr. Clark Irving prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. BURGLARY. Charles Hurst was charged with burglariously entering ...

    Article : 551 words
  15. NEWTOWN POLICE COURT.

    At the Newtown Police Court, yesterday, before Mr. Clark, S.M., John Brown and Walter Scott, for entering railway carriages in motion, were each fined 15s., with 4s. 10d. costs, or 14 days' imprisonment. Henry Talbor, ...

    Article : 102 words
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