James Williams, formerly of New Zealand, auctioneer and merchant, came up for his final examination, and being unopposed, was sworn to his schedule and passed. Monday, November 2nd. ...Article : 87 words
Five cases were entered, but all very silently settled. In three instances the claimants did not attend, and their names were struck out. In the other two, verdicts were entered, from the non-appearance of the defendants. These were ...Article : 57 words
No case came before the Court to-day. The witnesses against William Breynard (charged with uttering forged orders on the South Australian Mining Association) were in attendance, but the party accused was ...Article : 131 words
Thomas Hughes, shoemaker, was charged with being drunk in Leigh-street, and assaulting the police-constable who apprehended him. Fined 10s. Thomas Smith, labourer, was charged with being drunk ...Article : 35 words
Archibald Murchers was charged with being drunk in Hindley-street. Fined 5s. ...Article : 14 words
Theodore Janson, a Swedish emigrant, carrying on the business of a water-carrier, &c., in Rundle-street, was brought before his Worship R. R. Wigley. Esq., (in the absence of the Commissioner of Police, who has ...Article : 614 words
No case came before his Worship. ...Article : 10 words
Ellen Murphy was fined five shillings for drunkenness. James Iron was charged with stealing three cows, the property of John Wilkins, farmer, on the Torrens. For the prosecution, Mr Gwynne; for the defence, Mr ...Article : 2,810 words
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