Thomas Tod Boswell, labourer, and William Hall, bricklayer, severally pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness and were each fined 5s. ...Article : 29 words
Jeremiah Swift, bricklayer, John Lester, labourer, Thomas Moran, blacksmith, and Edward Turphez, labourer, (a newcomer who " was not aware of [?]oing amiss in getting drunk") were severally fined 5s each, for making such ...Article : 418 words
John Fuller, livery-stable keeper, was charged with being drunk and driving furiously in Hindley-street. Mr Smith. who appeared for the prisoner, obtained a remand until Monday, for the purpose of producing witnesses ...Article : 35 words
This was an information under the 12th clause of the Waste Lands Act, against John Burrow, "for unlawfully depasturing certain sheep within the hundred of Myponga, not being an occupier of purchased land within such ...Article : 1,225 words
Action to recover £3 16s 6d, for the board and lodging of one Philip Langdon, deceased. Mr Stephen for the plaintiff. Mr Smith, for the defence, denied any transaction between ...Article : 1,570 words
James Lee, labourer, a worthy of many years' standing at the bar, was charged, for the twentieth time, with being drunk, and fined 10s; but, no money appearing, the old sinner was sent to gaol tor seven days. ...Article : 207 words
George Counter, charged with feloniously stealing a silver Watch, the property of Miles, of the Bu[?]a Burra, was brought up on remand from the 16th instant. Henry Garlick Miles, miner, sworn—Lost a watch at the ...Article : 410 words
Thomas Bourk, labourer, and Thomas Do[?]er, labourer, pleaded severally guilty to the charge of having been rayther excited in their devotions to Bacchus, for which they had to make a propitiatory sacrafice of 5s each to the Genius of ...Article : 180 words
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