THE SPEAKER took the chair at half-past 3 o'clock. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY TERMINUS. Mr. STIMPSON asked the Secretary for Works.— "Does the Government contemplate the erection of the ...Article : 7,793 words
GENERAL BUSINESS—ORDERS OF THE DAY. 1. Waterview Patent Slip Bill; second reading. 2. Cataract Coal Mine Railway Bill; second reading. 3. Saint Andrew's College Bill; consideration in Committee of ...Article : 54 words
BEFORE his Honor Mr. Justice CHEEKE and ajury of four. CONTEMPT OF COURT. The case of the alleged assault within the precincts of the Court by Mr. Edward O'Brien—a witness for plaintiff in ...Article : 655 words
JURY COURT.—Wentworth and another v. Merrick, Gailimore v. Moor, Smart v. the Mayor and others, Campbell v. Hugh and wife, Mealy and others v. Shea, King v. James. BANCO COURT.—Severne and others v. M'Evoy, part heard. ...Article : 76 words
ON Thursday morning Albury was thrown into a state of excitement on receipt of a telegraphic message, quickly followed by the arrival of a Victorian trooper, who rode across the Murray from the Victorian border town of Belvoir, for ...Article : 1,771 words
Before his Honor Mr. Justice FAUCETT and a jury of four. SEVERNE AND OTHERS V. M'EVOY. The trial of this case again lasted the whole day without ...Article : 32 words
BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. Certificates of conformity were granted to Catherine Bragg, and James Kearney. The applications of Robert Strachan, George Addison ...Article : 261 words
BEFORE their Worships the Police Magistrate, Messrs. Kettle, Love, Murphy, Hunt, and Dangar. Of six prisoners brought before the Court two were discharged. One was fined 5s. for drunkenness. ...Article : 612 words
Mr. Burdekin to ask the Attorney-General.—When will he introduce the promised measure to amend the Lunncy Law? Mr. Garrett to ask the Attorney-General,—When will the bill to amend the Slaughtering Act be introduced? ...Article : 228 words
BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, and Mr. M. E. Murnin. Five persons who had been found drunk in the streets were fined 5s. each, or to be imprisoned two days. Charles ...Article : 248 words
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