THIS is the day of our great College boat race, and I have just returned from a stroll up town, as far as the Fifth Avenue Hotel, the sole purpose of which was to hear the name of the lucky winner. ...Article : 3,823 words
SURRENDER).—Edmond Mullins, of Cooper-street. Strawberry Hills, Sydney, drayman. Liabilities £120 2s. [?] Assets, —7. Mr. Mackenzie, official assignee. MERTINGS OF CREDITORS. ...Article : 572 words
This was a demurrer to defendant's third and fourth pleas in an action of trespass. Their Honors now gave judgement, the effect of such judgment being that the demurrer was overruled, and the pleas held to be good. ...Article : 3,084 words
IT is understood to be the intention of the Government to ask the authority of Parliament for proceeding with the erection of a new Free Public Library. A sum of £16,000 is already available for the purpose, ...Article : 1,377 words
BEFORE Messrs. Cunninghame, Smart, and Aaron. Ten persons were fined for drunkenness. George Spencer was found guilty of riotous behaviour, and was sentenced to be imprisoned seven days. ...Article : 456 words
BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate. Ann Thomas, charged with the use of indecent language, was fined 40s., or fourteen days in gaol. John Donaldson, for having indecently exposed his person ...Article : 114 words
THE following are the Chief Justice's reasons for his [?] judgment:— This case heard and decided on the [?]nd of last month is in subetance [?]t to be distinguished from that of the ...Article : 735 words
A serious accident occurred on Saturday night, September 13, at Nerringundah, to one of the partners, an Austrian, in M'Vittie's [?]laim. Whilst proceeding homewards after dark he fell into an old shaft, and was very [?] ...Article : 34 words
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