The argument in this, case was resumed, and concluded. It was an action, on behalf of the Crown, by the Attorney-General of the colony, against Jane Dickson, administratrix of the estate of David Dickson, late of Maitland, ...Article : 743 words
FROM Melbourne we have files to the 22nd instant. We extract the following from the Argus up to that date:— At the City Court, on Saturday, Mr. Molesworth made an application to the Bench for the hearing of certain ...Article : 934 words
THE statistics relating to interchange, which have been just published, furnish us with some authentic data upon which to found a comparison of the industrial activity and general prosperity of the colony, under the systems of ...Article : 981 words
THE boot and shoe factory of Mr. E. Vickery, of Pitt-street, is the oldest establishment in Sydney in this branch of Manufacture, having been established by the late Mr. Vickery in 1833, or thirty-five years ago. ...Article : 3,242 words
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.—The usual fortnightly meeting of the Parramatta Borough Council was held on Tuesday last. There was a full attendance. The three new members— Aldermen Byrnes, Flynn, and Galloway—having made the ...Article : 1,214 words
Three persons, for drunkenness in the streets—one of them being also disorderly—were fined 20s. each, or to be imprisoned. Catherine Dignan was again brought up by constable ...Article : 116 words
The rules nisi for compulsory sequestration in Davis and others v. Charles Zimmerman, and Armstrong v. Emerson, were made absolute. In each case it was ordered that the schedule, and the statement under rule 20, be filed on or ...Article : 326 words
FOR JUDGMENT.—"Sempi[?] v. Vindin and another." TERM LIST.—MOTIONS GENERALLY.—MOTIONS, &c.—Morse and another v. Australasian Steam Navigation Company; Jones v. M'Evoy, appeal case; exparte Bailey, mandamus; in re ...Article : 123 words
By the Tasmania we have Launceston files to the 19th instant. Parliament was prorogued by his Excellency the Governor on the 17th, on which occasion he delivered the following speech:— ...Article : 390 words
SIR,—I fancy I have something more to say on this subject. I see however, it has got into the hands of the law, and it is of no use my bothering my head any more about [?] till the legal point is settled. If the third resolution ...Article : 205 words
MARRICKVILLE.—The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council took place at half-past 7 p.m., on the 14th instant. Present—the Mayor (Mr. St. Julian), and Aldermen Cook, Graham, Kingsbury, Moyes, Scott, Tesson, and Thomas, ...Article : 1,276 words
SIR,—In your issue of this day two letters appear, signed "Alfred Bradford," and "James Duffin," that are intended to degrade me for the part I took in Council last Monday, upon the discussion of the Town-hall plans. I shall, ...Article : 76 words
Of twenty-two prisoners who were brought before the Court, three were discharged, and other three were remanded. Tweleve persons were fined in penalties varying from 5s. ...Article : 1,663 words
"Sir,—In a letter, signed 'James Duffin,' in your paper this morning, a statement is made which to a casual reader appears dishonourable on the part of Mr. Duffin's committee, and also on the part of Mr. Pritchad. For the information of the public I ...Article : 723 words
Files toe the 16th instant are to hand. We extract from the Rigister:— It will be remembered that Mr. Darlington, a mining engineer of considerable standing, arrived here by the July ...Article : 702 words
JAMBEROO.—The beautiful valley, at present looking its best, has just been visited by the Bishop of the [?]iocese, who arrived on Saturday, the 19th instant, and preached ini the Church of the Resurrection on the following ...Article : 453 words
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