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  2. LAW AND POLICE COURTS.

    James Hackett, of Macclesfield, innkeeper, appeared on the complaint of Robert Spearman landlord of the "Mountain Hut," Glen Osmond, with unlawfully assaulting him by giasping him by the throat, and otherwise ilitreating him. ...

    Article : 1,082 words
  3. Wednesday, 2lst July.

    No case came before the Commissioner this day. ...

    Article : 11 words
  4. Thursday, 22d July.

    John Stuckeg, publican, of the Dry Creek, appeared on a charge of illegally taking and carrying away two pigs, the property of William Reason, also of the Dry Creek. William Reason, farmer, recollected the early part of ...

    Article : 1,745 words
  5. Friday, 23d July.

    John Lindsey was charged with stealing one cabbage tree hat, one Guernsey frock, and two regatte shirts, the property of Ralph Raphael, clothier, of Hindley-street. Prosecutor being sworn said that the prisoner came into ...

    Article : 1,203 words
  6. POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT.

    The only business before the Court was two cases of drunkenness. ...

    Article : 19 words
  7. Monday, 12th July.

    Henry Johnston and Samuel Quinn, sawyers, presented themselves to his Worship in guise bespeaking a recent conflict of no common place character. Both had bandaged heads, and the jaw-bone of one was broken. The other, in ...

    Article : 90 words
  8. Tuesday, 20th July.

    George Wellington appeared charged with wilfully damageing a lamp-post the property of Arthur Donnelly of the Bushman Inn, Gawler Town, on the 13th July also, for drunkenness and disorderly conduct at the Station-house; ...

    Article : 310 words
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