THE publication, by the Gazette des Tribuneaux, of the speech made by the head of the Paris Municipality at the political meeting at St. Denis—for which the speaker has just been sentenced to fifteen months' imprisonment and a ...Article : 4,059 words
BEFORE their Honors the CHIEF JUSTICE, Mr. Justice FAUCETT, and Sir WILLIAM MANNING. THE QUEEN V. JENKINS. John Jenkins was charged with unlawfully and ...Article : 1,524 words
BEFORE Mr. District Court Judge JOSEPHSON. GIBSON AND ANOTHER V. WATERHOUSE. This was an issue sent down for trial from the Supreme Court. Plaintiffs claimed £60 commission. Mr. Pilcher, ...Article : 943 words
SIR,—Since my last upon this subject I have been into the North for a week, where I have heard your accounts of this question much spoken of. I have seen the wine-shops where they intoxicate persons by the road side, and near ...Article : 2,523 words
SIR,—There is a tranquil sense of self-sufficiency pervading the tone of all Mr. Buchanan's letters which it is amusing to contemplate. He presents an unique combination of comic simplicity and cool assumption in the manner in ...Article : 918 words
BEFORE Messrs. Jolly, Reading, and Josephson. Eight persons were fined for drunkenness. Mary Robinson and Mary E. Jamison, found guilty of riotous behaviour, were fined 20s. each; or in default of ...Article : 479 words
BEFORE his Honor Mr. Justice HARGRAVE. SIMS V. SIMS AND DAVIDSON. In this cause, on the motion of Mr. Bennett (instructed by Mr. Greer), his Honor granted alimony at £3 per week ...Article : 128 words
BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. In the matter of John Kavanagh, a second meeting. Insolvent deposed to the accuracy of his schedule. Debt proved: A. Burne, £573 11s. The insolvent was directed ...Article : 699 words
BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, with Messrs. Edwards, Wynne, Morgan, Goodridge, Manning, Charlton, and Smart. Three inebriates were each fined 5s., or two days in the ...Article : 876 words
SIR,—I am glad to see by the report of the Health Society published in to-day's Herald that the society has turned in attention to the subject of the erection of a model lodging house for working-men in Sydney. Such an institution ...Article : 310 words
The dangers to which the phylloxera is exposing the vine, whose leaves divide with the chestnut the honour of deceiving the eyes of those who purchase entire baskets of the favourite fruit now filling the shops and streets of this ...Article : 4,387 words
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