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  2. LAW. SUPREME COURT.—MONDAY. SITTINGS FOR THE TRIAL OF CAUSES. JURY COURT.

    A jury van sworn in in this action, which was one for damages on account of the bursting of a steam-boiler, and the hearing was postponed to Monday next, leading counsel on both sides being engaged in the Banco Court. ...

    Article : 78 words
  3. BAD ROADS.

    SIR,—Having frequent occasion to travel from Wollongong to Appin, I wish to call attention to the disgraceful and dangerous state of a portion of the road. The ascent from King's Falls is in a very ...

    Article : 211 words
  4. AUSTRALIAN FERNS.

    IN this suborder the fructification consists of sori, nearly globular in form, either concealed by the revolute margins of the fronds, or lying on the under surface without any indusium. The two genera, ...

    Article : 4,405 words
  5. BANCO COURT.

    This was on action for assault and false imprisonment, &c., in which Thomas Holt, Esq., J.P., of the Warren, near Cook's River, was the plaintiff, and David Charles Frederick Scott, Police Magistrate (acting as such at the ...

    Article : 112 words
  6. THE DEFAULTERS' LIST.

    SIR,—Seeing the following paragraph in your paper:— " It appears that the bakers of Launceston have adopted a somewhat novel plan in order to secure prompt payment of their accounts. They announce by an advertisement in ...

    Article : 109 words
  7. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    In the estate of Philip Somer, a second meeting. Two debts were proved. In the estate of Benjamin D. Norris, a second meeting. Thirty debts were proved. ...

    Article : 286 words
  8. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—I was highly pleased, a few days since, in glancing over your journal, to notice that you mentioned in terms of praise the conduct of the young man Davin, who, with intrepid courage, and at the risk of his own life, stopped the ...

    Article : 202 words
  9. LAW PROCEEDINGS THIS DAY.

    IN EQUITY.—Before the Court, at 10 o'clock, a.m., Appeal, The Alliance Bank v. Irving, judgment. BANCO COURT.—Holt v. Scott, part heard; Byrnes v. Morrissey; Archer v. Love; Stewart v. Taylor and wife; Thurlow v. ...

    Article : 48 words
  10. THE PRICE OF BREAD.

    SIR,—I noticed two letters in your paper commenting upon the price of bread, by " A Man of the World." He says he knows something what he is writing about, which I beg to differ with him on the point. The quanti[?]y ...

    Article : 292 words
  11. SYDNEY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    THE usual fortnightly meeting of the City Council was held in the Town Hall yesterday afternoon. Present—the Hight Worshipful the Mayor (in the chair), and Aldermen Sutherland, Raphacl, Henny, Oatloy, Sutton, Caraher, ...

    Article : 2,148 words
  12. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    Twenty-seven prisoners were brought before the Court of these six were discharged and one was remanded. David Ross was brought before the Court by detective Powell, who deposed that, on Saturday afternoon, he was ...

    Article : 1,049 words
  13. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE papers to the 23rd instant are to hand. The Weekly Chronicle states that the cup presented by Captain Hughes to the South Australian Rifle Association, to be competed for by the South ...

    Article : 2,424 words
  14. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—You would be conferring; an act of justice by inserting the following facts relative to the detection of the burglar on my premises, as your report in this morning's issue does not give sufficient prominence to the person ...

    Article : 184 words
  15. BURGLARY IN GEORGE-STREET.

    SIR,—Your report of the above is very imperfect, as welt as incorrect, by attributing to the police "the clover capture of the thief." It so happened that for a very considerable time—nearly an hour after we became aware that the shop ...

    Article : 324 words
  16. EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY.

    SIR,—In your issue of the 11th instant appears a letter from a " Correspondent" at Eden, purporting to contain a truthful statement of the present position of that place. I hope, for the information of your readers and the public, ...

    Article : 254 words
  17. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Five persons apprehended for drunkenness were diacharged. Robert Valentine, Walter Nichols, Margaret Roes, and Peter Londrigan charged with drunkenness and riotous behaviour, were fined in sums varying from 10s, to 49s., ...

    Article : 768 words
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    EFFECTS OF THE DROUGHT AT LIMEKILNS.—A correspondent, writing from Tobin's Oakoy, says:—" The cattle out this way are dying in scores. The bush is burnt up whichever way you go. Yesterday, coming home, we ...

    Article : 197 words
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