"We have to report a continued activity in the agricultural produce market generally, more particularly in breadstuffs and horse-feed. The former has been in good demand throughout the ...Article : 1,546 words
STEALING FROM A SHOT.—James Smith pleaded Not Guilty to charge of stealing twelve pair or boots [?] the shop of Richard Barry, 15 Elizabeth street, on the 17th [?] June. From the evidence, it appeared that about four ...Article : 1,793 words
BREBNER V. BIRKETT.—Mr Michie mentioned in this case that his client had informed him that new evidence could be adduced if another trial were granted. The Chief Justice said that, it ...Article : 1,152 words
OLD COURT.—SITTINGS IN BANCO.—TRINITY TERM.—Dill v Murphy, demurrer to plea; Re Clarke ex parte Jenkinson, prohibition; Smith V Smith, rule nisi to review taxation. ...Article : 105 words
Henry Juckes of Melbourne, porter. Causes of insolvency: Sickness in family, want of employment, and imprisonment in H. M.'s goal, Debts, £6[?]. 3s lOd ; assets, £2; deficiency, £61 ...Article : 241 words
The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the Horticultural Society was held at their office, in Swanston street, on Wednesday last, Dr. F. Mu[?]ller, Vice-President, in the chair. The hon. ...Article : 424 words
COADY V. BUCKLEY.—In this suit his Honor delivered judgement as follows:—This is a suit, brought by the executors of the will of Edmond Buckley, deceased, against the several persons ...Article : 3,084 words
DRUNKENNESS.—The following persons were fined 6s each for this offence:—John Richardson, Thomas Cogill, Joseph Wilts, Annie Bagot, William Love, Alexander Robinson, Jane Brown, ...Article : 1,805 words
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