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  2. LAW. SUPREME COURT.—TUESDAY.

    This was an action by the endorsees of a promissory note against the maker. The note was for £319 13s. 4d., at three months in favour of Mr. Atidresv Wilson, by whom it had been passed to the bank. The ...

    Article : 573 words
  3. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT SOUTH HEAD.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,764 words
  4. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

    John Sinnett pleaded guilty to ah indictment charging hin with having, on the 21st day of July, 1854, broken out of and escaped from a prison at the Weatherboards, and was sentenced to six months' ...

    Article : 2,054 words
  5. Before Mr. Justice Dickinson and a Jury of four.

    This was an action of trover for the value of about seventy head of cattle, and their increase for two years. Mr. Meymott appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Holroyd for the defendant. ...

    Article : 1,349 words
  6. SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The Crown Prosecutor 'conducted the following cases. Mary Dwyer was indicted for stealing a watch, the property of Thomas Cadger. The jury found the ...

    Article : 183 words
  7. VACCINATION.

    WE have, on very many occasions, earnestly drawn the attention of parents to the excellent arrange [?]ents provided for the vaccination of children at the Government Institution, Bent-street; and we have been ...

    Article : 990 words
  8. INSOLVENT COURT.

    In the estate of Alexander M'Crow a third meeting was held, at which claims amounting to £91 16s. l1d. were pruved, and the official assignee handed in his report. Insolvent made an offer to pay 10s. in the ...

    Article : 220 words
  9. WATER POLICE COURT.

    Mary Bradley, [?] Murphy, John M'Grath, Josua Roco, Henry Sterling, and Patrick Darcy, were charged with drunkenness. The first-named was ordered to pay a fine of 40s., in default 48 hours; the ...

    Article : 270 words
  10. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    Twenty-one person's had been apprehended drunk in the streets. One old woman, an incorrigible offender, was dealt with under the Vagrant Act, and sent to gaol for three months; another offender ...

    Article : 1,481 words
  11. IMPROVEMENTS OF PYRMONT.

    WITHIN the last year or two this portion of the city has progressed at a very rapid rate. The primeval wilderness which it so lately presented has been completely changed. The monotony of rock and scrub, ...

    Article : 1,109 words
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