IN a judgment on demurrer pronounced by the Supreme Court, on the 22nd instant, in an action by the Oriental Bank Corporation against the Queen, it was held that when the Government undertakes to ...Article : 1,739 words
MR. G. E. DALRYMPLE, M.L.A., of Queensland, has addressed the following communication on the above subject to the editor of the Brisbane Courier. He writes—It will doubtless be satisfactory to the majority of our ...Article : 1,943 words
BEFORE Mr. District Judge Macfarland. CA. SA. MOTIONS. Thirteen or fourteen applications for writs of capias ad satisfac[?]ndum were heard and disposed of. ...Article : 1,737 words
BEFORE their Honors Sir ALFRED STEPHEN, Justice; Mr. Justice HARGRAVE, and Mr. [?] CHEEKS. JUDGMENT. ...Article : 3,887 words
BEFORE their Worships the Police Magistrate, Messrs, Pinhey, Oatley, G. Hill, and Jolly. Of twelve prisoiners, four were discharged. About 7 o'clock this morning, Mr. Seymour, inspector of ...Article : 529 words
BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, with Mr. J. I. Kettle, Mr. T. Spence, and Mr. G. Thorne. Samuel Taylor, 64, found drunk on Queen's Wharf, was fined 10s., or to be imprisoned three days. James Siddell, ...Article : 870 words
BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. In the estate of James Starr, a third meeting. Six debts were proved, and one claim was admitted, subject to completion of proof. The meeting adjourned until 17th April. ...Article : 602 words
MOTIONS GENERALLY.—In re Parker, gentleman, one, &c.; ex parte Crozier, prohibition (Justices' Act); in re insolvent estate of Vider; in re arbitration between Jenkins and M Farlane and wife; ex parte Mossman, mandamus; Norton v. Hosking ...Article : 116 words
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