BEFORE Sir ALFRED STEPHEN (Chief Justice), Mr. Justice CHEEKE, and Mr Justice FAUCETT. EXPARTE HARVEY IN RE TAYLOR QUO WARRANTO. This was a motion upon rule nisi under the 99th section ...Article : 1,995 words
THE Parliament of New South Wales, which was prorogued to Tuesday, the 15th July, stands further prorogued to Tuesday, the 19th August next. A neatly-printed demy octavo has been issued from ...Article : 1,511 words
THE following correspondence has been laid before the Parliament of Victoria:— Downing-street, 1st April, 1873. Sir,—With reference to Lord Canterbury's despatch, No. ...Article : 2,132 words
SIR,—May I request that you will oblige me still further by inserting in the Herald,-as a postscript to my lettor on St. Andrew's College, the accompanying copy of the opinion of Sir James Martin and Mr. Darley, which I ...Article : 97 words
BEFORE the Police Magistrate, with Messrs. Pinhey, G. Hill, Oatley, and Palmer. Fourteen persons were fined for drunkenness, or for disorderly conduct, or for using obscene language. ...Article : 973 words
SIR,—As it is my purpose to appeal to Parliament for an entire reversion of the sentence passed upon me by District Judge Meymott, at the Court of Quarter Sessions held at Grafton, February 17th, 1873, for an alleged violation of ...Article : 1,931 words
By sections 1, 3, 4, and 5 of the St. Andrew's College Incorporation Act, it is quite clear that there must be a Principal and twelve councillors elected before the Governor is Justified in issuing the proclamation to incorporate. One of the facts to be ...Article : 271 words
SIR,—As a landlord, I would like to know by what kind of reasoning the Corporation come to the conclusion that the tenant is the right person to summons for the above, and not the owner. It does appear to me a most senseless thing ...Article : 243 words
IN speaking of the Yulgilbar quartz reefs, the correspondent of the Clarence Examiner writes:—"The late heavy rains we had here made everything so quiet that it was out of the question to send reports of any kind to the papers; the ...Article : 556 words
BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, with Messrs. Hale, Lester, and Spence. Several persons were fined for drunkenness. William Owen, convicted of indecent behaviour in ...Article : 832 words
BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. IN THE ESTATE Of JOSEPH BROWNE. A first and only meeting. Insolvent deposed to the correctness of his schedule. One claim was put in, and the ...Article : 972 words
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