His Honor took his seat at ten o'clock. Notice of trial had been given and not countermanded, in a case, Lavers and Shepherd v. Perrigalli, in which Mr G. M. Stephen was for the plaintiffs, and Messrs Fisher and Poulden for ...Article : 183 words
For £1 17s., balance of acceptance. Defendant admitted the debt, but wanted time. Plaintiff would have acceded to his request, but that he had reason to believe he was about to go to Sydney. ...Article : 614 words
No case before the Couit to-day. ...Article : 13 words
John Mither, builder, and Donald McKichnie, stockholder, were severally fined 5s. for being drunk in Hindley-street. ...Article : 19 words
William Oates, labourer, was charged with being drunk in Currie-street. Fined 5s. George Atkins, labourer, was charged with being drunk in Hindley-street. Fined 5s. ...Article : 27 words
Frederick Rutland appeared by adjournment, to answer the complaint of Ellen Tilt, for perjury. Mr Fisher called William Collins, who stated he was a farmer residing in ...Article : 1,491 words
Frederick Rutland appealed before his Worship to answer the information of Miss Ellen Tilt, for having committed wilful and corrupt perjury, in answer to a bill in Equity, in the Supreme Court, on the 7th of October last. ...Article : 2,721 words
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