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  2. LAW SUPREME, COURT,—THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12.

    BEFORE Mr. Justice CHEEKE and a jury of four. FRIEND AND OTHERS V. METCAL[?]. This was an action upon an open policy of insurance upon goods in a ship called the Royal Adelaide, which was ...

    Article : 701 words
  3. DEMONSTRATION OF THE WORKING MEN OF SYDNEY.

    A MONST[?] meeting of all the working men of Sydney was held yesterday evening in the Exhibition Building, Price Alfred Park, for the purpose of taking into consideration the dispute at present existing between the employers and the employed in the iron ...

    Article : 3,328 words
  4. WATER POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, with Messrs Solomon, Evans, Catley, and Palmer. Several persons were fined for drunkenness. George Roberts, charged with resisting a constable in the ...

    Article : 200 words
  5. DENSE FOG IN LONDON.

    From December 8 to 13 London was enveloped in a series of fogs of more or less density. So thick was the atmosphere that at times it was impossible to see more than a few feet in advance. All shops and offices were lighted up ...

    Article : 833 words
  6. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

    There are now but 50 members of the Extreme Right who adhere to the pure Legitimist programme, and those will now occupy and independent position which will give them a preponderating influence in critical divisions. Marshal ...

    Article : 483 words
  7. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL PER BANGALORE.

    THE branch steamer Eliors, Captain Curling, arrived from Melbourne yesterday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, after a protracted passage of about eighty-two hours, The R. A. M. S. Bangalore ...

    Article : 250 words
  8. THE ALLEGED DISCOVERY OF TRACES OF LEICHHARDT.

    THE following letter in reference to Andrew Home's statements respecting the discovery of relies of Leichhardt appeard in the south Australian Journals, of Tuesday:— "In this morning's Advertiser is published a telegram from ...

    Article : 877 words
  9. POLITICAL.

    Some new peers have been made, An addition of honour to the house of Howard does not excite remark, But people do not know why Mr. Monsell, who is known only as having been the least efficient of postmasters, should be ...

    Article : 205 words
  10. JURY COURT.

    Before Mr. Justice FAUCETT and juries of four. YARNTON V. THURLOW. This was an action instituted by Mr. G. S. Yarnton, one of the attorneys of the Court, for the amount of law costs. ...

    Article : 534 words
  11. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

    Congress reassembled on December 1. Mr. Blain has been elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. Mr. Stephens, who was Vice-President, of the Southern Confederacy, on taking his seat, was received with unusual ...

    Article : 1,138 words
  12. THE ASHANTEB WAR.

    More battles are reported. On November 3 an engagement was fought at Dunquah, lasting four, hours in which Lieutenant Eardley Wilmot was killed. Staff-Surgeon Gore and Lieutenants Jones and Patchell were wounded! ...

    Article : 250 words
  13. GREAT STORM AND LOSS OF LIFE.

    A few days since a violent gale broke over the midland and northern parts of England At Sheffield the most serious results occurred. In, Trippett-lane a chinneystack fell, killing several people and injuring others ...

    Article : 615 words
  14. THE SENTENCE OF MARSHAL BAZAINE.

    This trial, which has lasted several weeks, and created an intense interest, has, we intimated in our last, concluded. The Duc d Aumale, after the speech, for the defence, ...

    Article : 997 words
  15. CORONER'S INQUESTS.

    ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED,—Yesterday forenoon, the City Coroner held, at the Observer Tavern, George-street North, an inquest respecting the cause of death of a man named Curly. William Hodgin, a labourer, residing in ...

    Article : 449 words
  16. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PLANS AND ACCOUNTS FOR CONPIRMATION. On the motion of Mr. Sempill the following were confirmed:—In the estate of John Shaw, an equalising ...

    Article : 2,214 words
  17. METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT.

    BEFORE Mr. Acting District Court. Judge WILKINSON. LEVY AND ANOTHER V. BERNSTON AND ANOTHER. This was an issue from the Supreme Court, in reference to an attorney's bill of costs, Verdict for plaintiff, ...

    Article : 310 words
  18. THE NEW AUSTRALIAN MA[?] ARRANGEMENTS.

    Just when persons interested in the intercourse between England and the Australian colonies were congratulating themselves on having at last secured, the boon of fortnightly postal, communication, they were disgusted to find ...

    Article : 588 words
  19. GALLE AND BITTERNESS.

    SIR,—Your correspondent "One of them," blames the Victorian Government and the P. and O. Company for the delay in the arrival of the mail in Sydney, whereas they have nothing to do with it. If blame attaches to any ...

    Article : 350 words
  20. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE Messrs. Thompson, Penfold, Smithers, Love, Solomon,Lester, and Wynne. Nine persons were fined in sums varying from 1s. to 20s. for drunkenness; and one was fined 10s. for obstructing a ...

    Article : 165 words
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