Jury: Messrs. Michael Enright, John Fletchor, Thomas Brown, and W. H. Palmer. Mr. [?]tler, Q.C., and Sir George Innes, instructed by Messis. [?] Vant, Johnson, and Want, appeared for the ...Article : 1,089 words
The German Parliament was opened on the 9th September, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. The ceremony went on, this time, in a most simple way; so [?]imple, indeed, as never before has been the case. ...Article : 3,510 words
Forty-seven persons were taken into oustody and charged with drunkenness, between 9 a.m. of Saturday and 1 a.m. of Monday, and were fined in the usual penalties. One of these, a man named Stephen Jones, waa farther fined 20s. ...Article : 734 words
The November sittings of the above Court commenced at Darlinghurst to-day. Mr. Rogers prosecuted for the Crown. Thomas Reynolds, of 27, Lansdowne-street, and John ...Article : 2,612 words
Fourteen persons were fined for drunkenness, and seven for being drunk and disorderly. (Before Messrs. Lester,Fowler, and HURLEY.) On the summons sheet were ten cases, of which two were ...Article : 113 words
In tne matter of Joseph Tarrant, examination of witnesses. Sir George Innes and Mr. C. B. Stephen, instructed by Messrs. Holdsworth and Evans, appeared for the official assignee. David Marks, on oath, stated that ...Article : 1,715 words
The police murderers are still at large, and there does not seem to be any certainty yet as to where they are. Our special reporter telegraphs from Benalla to the effect that the report of the miscreants having stuck up a man named ...Article : 677 words
Banco Court.—Attorney-General v. Reddy and another; Crebe[?] v. Solomon; Brown and others v. Gilbert. Jury Court.—Brown v. Berry, part heard; Archer v. Mooney, Cafe v. Morrison, Raph[?]l v. Solomon. ...Article : 127 words
Tuesday, Novemher 5,at 11 a.m.—Before the Chief Commissioner[?] Certificate Applications: Finncis Schedel, James Lav[?]der, Thomas Hardie, Stephen Nicholson, Simeon Samson, James Stanbury, John Yates, Edmund Robert Bale, Riohard Augustus ...Article : 311 words
The remainder of the undefended cases will be disposed of this day, as follows:—No. 5968 will be taken at 10 a.m.; No. 5508. will not bo taken before 11 a.m.; finishing with No. 5693. ...Article : 43 words
The following cases are set down for hearing to-day (Tuesday):- John Sullivan, larceny, of two charges, Philip M'Cormick, grievous bodily harm, Ellen Donovan, grievous bodily harm Henry Green, stealing from the person, Thomas Birmingham ...Article : 50 words
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