BEFORE their Worships the Police Magistrate, Messrs. Ost[?]y, G. Hill, and Dangar. Eighteen prisoners were brought before the Court. One was discharged, and another was remanded. ...Article : 2,251 words
PARTICULARS respecting the circumstances attendant upon the capture of the notorious "Tommy Clarke" and his brother John have been furnished to us by local correspondents, and will doubtless be read with ...Article : 2,871 words
BEFORE the Water Police Magistrate, with Mr. M. Chapman, Mr. W. Day, and Mr. H. C. Burnell. John James, 21, a seaman, of the ship Fusi Yama, after several remands, was again broughtup, charged with stealing ...Article : 481 words
THE following interesting meteorological facts in connection with the gale have been supplied by the Rev. J. Bliss, the Government Meteorologist:- A gale of very unusual intensity visited the ...Article : 454 words
THE annual meeting in connection with Camdon College was held, yesterday, in the Congregational school-room, Pitt-street. The Rev. John West (chairman of the Council), presided. ...Article : 1,880 words
ON Saturday morning, April 6, about a quarter to 1 o'clock, a fire broke out in the block of buildings enclosed by Armagh-street, Gloucester-street, and Colombo-street. The flames were first seen to issue from the roof of a ...Article : 770 words
BEFORE Mr. District Judge MACPARLAND. CA. SA. MOTIONS. A number of applications for writs of ca. sa. were heard. ELLISON V. MORGAN. ...Article : 205 words
ON Tuesday morning last fifteen prisoners sentenced at the late Bathurst Assizes made an attempt to escape from the police escort on their way to Sydney. The attempt failed, and the desperadoes were ...Article : 1,436 words
FROM Brisbane we have papers to the 1st instant. Referring to the late severe gales and rains, the Courier of the 30th gives the following further particulars:—With the exception of the flood in the river, the effects of the late ...Article : 1,702 words
BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. In the estate of James E. King, a third meeting. One debt was proved. Insolvent was allowed his household furniture and wearing apparel. ...Article : 273 words
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