HIS Honor (Sir Alfred Stephen) took his [?] at a few minutes after 10 o'clock. HORSE STEALING. Sydney Ingram was indicted for that he did, on the 13th ...Article : 4,321 words
This was an action to recover damages for maliciously destroying the fishing nets and sinking the boat of the plaintiff. Damages were laid at £200. The defendant pleaded a number of defences, the principal of which ...Article : 910 words
John Mulhearn was fined 10s., and James Sinclair and Joseph Nailor 5s. each, for drunkenness in the streets; and George Leonard was fined 5s, for riotous behaviour in Argyle-street. ...Article : 322 words
NINTH SEDERUNT.—The General Assembly of the Presby terian Church of New South Wales met yesterday evening at 6 o'clock, and, after prayer, procceded to business. ...Article : 2,131 words
THE annual meeting of the New South Wales Deaf and Dumb Institution was held yesterday evening, in the large hall of the School of Arts, Pitt-street. The chair was taken by his Excellency the Earl of Belmore, who is ...Article : 3,441 words
In the estate of Richard H. Emerson, an adjourned single meeting. Further adjourned until the 30th October. In the estate of James Wainwright, an adjourned single ...Article : 279 words
Dangar, Pearce, Murphy, Evans, Powell, and Hughes. Of thirty-seven prisoners who were brought before the Court, nine were discharged and three were remanded. Sixteen persons were fined for drunkenness and riotous ...Article : 793 words
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