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  2. RANDWICK ASYLUM.

    On Monday evening the inmates of the Asylum for Destitute Children, Randwick, were favoured with a treat that will not readily be forgotten. While divers amusements and pyrotechnic displays were indulged in freely ...

    Article : 1,069 words
  3. LAW REPORT. SUPREME COURT.—TUESDAY MAY 25.

    BRO[?]UGHTON V. THE COMMISSIONER FOR RAILWAYS. Ju[?]y: Messrs Bartholomew Manning, James Allen, Hen[?]y D. Martyn, and Peter Greig. M[?] M. A. Stephen, Q.C., and Mr. M'Culloch, instructed ...

    Article : 1,692 words
  4. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE JOCKEY CLUB MEETING.

    The weather to-day was again beautifully fine, and the attendance satisfactory. The racing throughout was splendid, and there were unusually large fields for each event. The result of the day's racing is as follows:— ...

    Article : 207 words
  5. VICTORIA.

    The Council adjourned to-day out of respect for the memory of the late Hon. Neil Black. In the Assembly Mr. Service said that the dismissed Civil servants would have the preference as vacancies ...

    Article : 433 words
  6. WEATHER MAP.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 80 words
  7. ADELAIDE BIRTHDAY MEETING.

    The second day of the Birthday meeting was very successful. Several thousand persons attended, and the weather was fine during the major portion of the day, but sharp showers f[?]ll before the Cup and made, the ground heavy. ...

    Article : 458 words
  8. POLICE. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    Yesterday the bench on the Criminal side was occupied by Messrs. Neale, Field, Sladen, Arguimbau, and Kippax; and on the Summons side by Messrs. Fremlin, Fraser, Harwood, and Tinsley. ...

    Article : 631 words
  9. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    News from Port Darwin states that the Margaret River rush i[?] the best gold-field opened here. It has a population of 400, principally Chinese, who are working the alluvial and getting splendid returns. 15 oz. was got ...

    Article : 223 words
  10. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.—TUESDAY, MAY 25.

    On the prisoner, who was found guilty on Friday last, after a trial extending over four days, of committing perjury in the civil case of Shepherd v. Dibbs, being brought up for sentence, Mr. Buchanan addressed his Honor in ...

    Article : 958 words
  11. NEW ZEALAND.

    Agent won the Grand National Steeplechase. The ketch Fanny Thornton, timber laden, bound to Sydney, was wrecked at Hokianga Heads. The crew were saved. ...

    Article : 148 words
  12. THE TURF.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 504 words
  13. THE KETTEN RECITALS.

    It is gratifying to be able to announce that the change of place for holding these grand recitals has had the desired [?]ffect by affording increased accommodation for the numbers who flock to hear them. Last night, despite the threatening ...

    Article : 928 words
  14. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Yesterday, Mr. Marsh, P.M., was assisted on the bench in the Charge Court by Messrs. Penfold and Jenkins. David M'Gannon pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing a stone jar, containing a quantity of brandy, the property of ...

    Article : 676 words
  15. THE INFANTS' HOME.

    Sir,—It is nearly two years since the committee of the Infants' Home appealed through your columns for public sympathy with their work and practical aid to enable them to carry on that work, and, if possible, extend their sphere of ...

    Article : 839 words
  16. AMUSEMENTS.

    The Hyperion Party made its first appearance at the School of Arts last night, and a very large audience was present to witness its initial performance. After the overture (from Tancredi), which was commendably rendered, ...

    Article : 589 words
  17. LAW NOTICES.

    Banco Court: Conway v. Parsons, Condon or Conlan the younger v. Weatherhead, Gogerly v. York, Hayes v. The Commissioner for Railways, Howes v. Robey and others. Jury Court: Grose and another v. Wilson part heard; Duffy v. ...

    Article : 191 words
  18. THE COAL MINERS' WAGES.

    Sir,—I was pleased to see in your paper of to-day [?] direc[?]'s explanation of the masters' position in the presen[?] disp[?]te as to the rate to be paid the miners for hewing coal which states the case temperately and fairly. ...

    Article : 289 words
  19. INSOLVENCY COURT.—TUESDAY.

    In the matter of E. F. Rudder, the Commissioner stated that it had been mentioned on the 14th instant that a telegram had been received in respect of this estate, and that a letter had been also received since from a solicitor ...

    Article : 477 words
  20. INSOLVENCY MEETINGS.

    May 26.—James Hill, Joseph Lancaster, Michael Conlan, third; Kate Ann Tragear, Bruno Francis Vend, single; Gustav Adolph Kirchner, second; John Davis, deceased, first; George Gray Brodie, special; Henry Pratt, John Mannix, first; Henry Kidd ...

    Article : 228 words
  21. TAMWORTH LIVE STOCK MARKET.

    At Na[?] Co[?] and Co's regular auction sales of fat stock, to-day, prices were up to 13s per 100 lbs. D. Browne's bullocks sold from £[?] 10s to £5 18s; and Walker's bullocks, £4 2s 6d. There were no shee[?] forward. ...

    Article : 51 words
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