BEFORE Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and a jury of four. GILCHRIST AND OTHERS V. PETERSEN. The trial of this action was postponed in consequence of a successful application by defendant's counsel for leave to file a new ...Article : 595 words
Whereas it is expedient to establish District Courts in various parts of the colony and to enable the Judges thereof to act as Chairmen of Courts of General Sessions of the Peace. Be it therefore enacted by the ...Article : 16,169 words
BEFORE the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates In the estate of John Garsed, an adjourned examination. Insolvent was examined at considerable length by Mr. Thompson, and the meeting adjourned until Monday. ...Article : 366 words
NOVEMBER 18.—Last week an inquest was held on the body of a resident, named Morley, who came by death by drowning, in the Nepean River, at Jackson's Falls. It appears that the decea[?], together with a youth named Wallis, attempted to effect ...Article : 4,493 words
BEFORE the Commissioner and two assessors. DOWDING v. HOLMES.— £30 for damages alleged to have been sustained be plaintiff through the regligence of defendant's servant It appeared from ...Article : 623 words
BEFORE Mr. Forbes, Mr. Burnell, Mr. Peden, and Mr. Lucas. Nine persons, convicted of having been found drunk in the streets, were severally sentenced to pay 10s., or to be imprisoned twenty four hours, and three others, who, while under the ...Article : 494 words
Before the Water Police Magistrate and the Hon. D. Jones, Alexander Smith and Andrew Dick were charged with having been illegally on board the steamer Clarence, from Moreton Bay. When the chief officer went round to collect the tickets from the ...Article : 1,244 words
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