A largely attended meeting of the friends and supporters of Mr. John Young, was held at Mr. Greenslade's (late Johnson's) Hotel, Darlington, last night. Alderman Maze occupied the chair, and it the request of those present, the ...Article : 1,228 words
The directions given in several estates were ratified. In the matter of W. D. Power, for the ratification of directions, Mr. F. L. Smyth applied for a postponement, in order to allow the ratification to be opposed. The application was ...Article : 221 words
Yesterday afternoon the delegates of the Congregational Union lunched, in the schoolroom adjoining the Pitt-street Congregational Church, at the invitation of Mr. J. R. Fairfax. Nearly a hundred gentlemen sat down to lunch, ...Article : 3,023 words
The idea of establishing in New South Wales a Technological, Industrial, and Sanitary Museum, after the plan of the South Kensington and other museums which have long existed in London, was first started in August, 1378, when ...Article : 1,982 words
Plaintiff claimed £100 for work and labour done in connection with some houses in Fig-street, Ultimo, four years ago. The case was heard on Tuesday, and this morning his Honor gave judgment for the defendants. ...Article : 52 words
Chamber List: Buchanan v. Kennedy, Slattery v. Bailey. Prothonotary's Office, for Taxation: Dickson v. Thomson, 10.30; re G. W. Dunn, gentleman, &c., 11. ...Article : 33 words
Friday, 22nd October.—Richard Snape, William George, R. S. Clarke, Henry Moss. Oliver Pritchard, third meetings; G. R. Dibbs and John Austin, second meetings; William T. Yeomans, for proof of debts and examination of insolvent; Sarah C. ...Article : 54 words
Issue from Supreme Court: National Bank of New Zealand v. Egan. ...Article : 17 words
The Bench on the Criminal side yesterday was composed of the Police Magistrate and Mr. Penfold; and on the Summons side, of Messrs. Smithers, Lester, Stanley, Beaumont, and O'Connnor. ...Article : 288 words
Messrs. Marsh (W.P.M.), Hale, Shaw, Field, and Gray occupied the bench in the Charge Court yesterday, and the Summions Court was presided over by Messrs. Charlton, M'Beath, Dean, Moses, and Carpenter. ...Article : 194 words
A tea and public meeting in connection with the Congregational Sunday-school Union was held in the evening. The public meeting was held in the Pitt-street church, when the Rev. S. Savage presided. The first business ...Article : 3,479 words
Messrs. R. C. Murray and D. Henry, Js.P., occupied the bench yesterday. Honora Wilson v. August Criplin, for assault; fined 40s., and 7s. 8d. costs, or 14 days in goal; Thomas Porter ...Article : 82 words
At the Observer Tavern, yesterday, the City Coroner held an inquest touching the death of the man Henry Carbis. The deceased was 45 years of age and a native of Penzance, Cornwall, and resident at 51, Harrington-street; he was ...Article : 295 words
Sir,—I think the thanks of the community—native-bor[?] Australians, and others—are due to Mr. Bray for his very timely warning in this day's Herald anent the above. It is a well-known fact to travellers and others that ou[?] ...Article : 792 words
Sir,—Since you have done me the justice to express in general terms, in your issue of to-day, the propriety of noticing in some way the circumstances connected with the discovery of the deficit in the accounts, may I beg a small ...Article : 512 words
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