This case was proceeded with, and one witness examined, and partially examined in support, of the plaintiff's main case. The trial will be resumed, as usual, at ten o'clock this morning. ...Article : 611 words
IN our last issue we reported the progress of the flood up to twelve o'clock on Friday night. At or about that time, as nearly as we could judge, the river had risen to the highest level of the last inundation. Before we ...Article : 5,928 words
Thirteen drunkards were sentenced in the usual penalty of 10s. each, or in default of payment to be imprisoned twenty-four hours; and one, on the occasion of her fourth conviction since June, was sentenced ...Article : 1,437 words
In the estate of John Fuller, a single meeting. A debt of £90 1s. 3d. was proved. His Honor allowed insolvent to retain his household furniture and wearing apparel. ...Article : 222 words
MR. TOWNS, to move,—1. That a Select Committee be appointed to consider and report upon the expediency of soliciting her Majesty's Government to constitute the Australias a separate Naval Station, of which the Port of Sydney shall be the Head Quarters. 2. That ...Article : 251 words
Mr. HARGRAVE to move, That there be laid upon the table of this House a return, showing the quantity, and price received, for all lands sold in the districts of New England, Clarence, and Richmond, from January 1st, 1854. to June 30th, 1857. ...Article : 823 words
The following gentlemen were fined 40s. each for non-attendance as jurors:—William Munro, builder, Glebe; William Medler, baker, Glebe; and Simon M'Kenxie, blacksmith, Parramatta Road. ...Article : 875 words
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