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  2. POLICE. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    Yesterday the Bench on the Criminal side was occupied by the Police Magistrate, with Messrs. Neale, Dean, Field, Booth, and Sladen, and on the Summons side by Messrs. Charlton, Nelson, Fremlin, and Hart. ...

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  3. LAW REPORT. SUPREME COURT.—TUESDAY, MAY l8.

    Jury: Messrs. George Wallace, Edward Doodson, Henry Clack, and William Brett. Mr. Darley, Q. C., and Mr Lingen, instructed by Mr. F. Blaxland, of Cooma, appealed for the plaintiff; Mr. ...

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  4. LAW NOTICES. SUPREME COURT.—WEDNESDAY, MAY 19.

    Banceo Court.—Buchanan v. Simmons, part heard; Conway v. Parsons, Kelly v. King, B[?]enan v. Holland et ux. Jury Court.—Pollard v. Broughton and another, Jones v. Municipal Council of Sydney, Smith v. Locke, Bale v. Whelow. ...

    Article : 163 words
  5. INSOLVENCY MEETINGS.

    May 19.—John Oil[?]rnshaw, Robert John Campbell, Edward Fitzalan, third; Richard Scholes the elder. Frederick Walter M'Alister, Charlotte Wyatt, Emily Amelia Ann Hatton, single; Thomas Mo[?]att Knox, second; John Peter Frederick William ...

    Article : 206 words
  6. DISTRICT COURT.—WEDNESDAY, MAY 19.

    J[?]y Causes.—Thompson v. Smart, part heard; Landy v. Carpenter; Hipwood v. elphinstone. Cause.—Pokorney v. Goodwin. ...

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  7. ATTEMPT TO BRIBE THE COLONIAL SECRETARY.

    At the Water Police Court, yesterday afternoon, before Mr. Marsh, P. M., and Messrs. Penfold, Hoare, and Cock, Js. P., a young man of respectable apperance, named Richard Thomas Ball, was charged on warrant that he did ...

    Article : 1,434 words
  8. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Yesterday, Mr Marsh, P.M., was assisted on the Bench in the Charge Court by Messrs Penfold, Reading, H[?]are, Jenkins, and Cock. John Johnson, alias Moore, and also known as "The ...

    Article : 797 words
  9. INSOLVENCY COURT.—TUESDAY.

    Certificates were granted, on the usual condetions of the payment of all costs and charges, as follows:—To William Henry Wicks; on the application of Mr. Dawson, to John Edward Elliott; on the application of Mr. Way, to William ...

    Article : 552 words
  10. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—TUESDAY.

    In this case, in which the jury had been locked up all night they were called into court, and as it was found that they were still unable to agree, they were discharged, and the prisoner was released upon his own recognisances in ...

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  11. THE NEW LICENSING BILL.

    Sir,—My attention has been called to a letter appearing in your issue of the llth instant, under the above heading, and signed "Citizen;" and, as your correspondent has [?]isepresented facts, in referring to a house of mine at ...

    Article : 282 words
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