BEFORE the Chief Justice and a jury of four. BLOXSOME V. RUSDEN. This trial again lasted all day, without being concluded. ...Article : 421 words
THE SPEAKER took the chair at twenty-seven minutes past three o'olock. CAPTURING BUSHRANGERS. Mr. DANGAR asked the Colonial Secretary, "1, ...Article : 19,237 words
THE following notifications appsar in yesterday's Government Gazette:— APPOINTMENTS.—Walter Scott, Esq., to be the Returning Officer of the Electoral District of Liverpool Plains; ...Article : 295 words
SIR,—Two notices having appeared in the Herald on the finding of human remains at Milson's Point, some of your readers may be desirous of knowing more about them than you have already told. I beg leave, therefore, to ...Article : 1,528 words
BEFORE the Chief Commissioner. The inquiry into the charge of fraudulent insolvency brought against John Meillon by the official assignee of his estate, was this day closed. The charge was that Mr. ...Article : 552 words
BEFORE the Police Magistrate, with Messrs. Asher, Cullen, Oatley, G. Hill, and Peden. Twenty-seven prisoners (five remands) were brought before the Court. Twelve were discharged, and four were ...Article : 678 words
BEFORE Mr. R. Ronald, Mr. H. C. Burnoll, Mr. J. B. Smith[?]rs, and Mr. M. Chapman. Henry Ratcli[?], William Nigh[?], and Thomas [?] [?] of the Bri[?] ship Cy[?], pleaded guily ...Article : 163 words
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