Before the Court was opened this morning, Mr. ATKINS requested their Honors to hear, as in chambers, an application for an injunction in a very pressing case. ...Article : 2,600 words
The accounts from the gold-fields are of much the same character as those received last week, A new lead has been discovered at the Indigo, but disappointments have been so frequent that ...Article : 2,045 words
His Honor took his sent upon the bench at 10 o'clock. Mr. Brewor prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. SHEEP-STEALING. ...Article : 3,610 words
The following persons were brought before the Court for drunkenness and fined 5s. each:—Philip Holt, Thomas Hannaford, Sarah M'Lean, John Corcoran, and William Wilkinson. ...Article : 2,253 words
Sir,—As long as protection to native industry is earnestly sought for and fully believed in (as faith and hope work wondors), so long it will be necessary to fight the old battle over again; butso ...Article : 735 words
Crown-paper.—The Queen V. Raphael, special case reserved by Mr. Justice Barry; in re M'Crae and another V. Finnelly, prohibition; in re John Rea, motion to quash return to [?]; in re Thomas Ra[?], and ...Article : 309 words
Sir,—In reference to the toll upon the Sandridge-road, will the clerk of the Municipal Council of Emerald Hill be so good as to state— 1. Whether the Municipal Council have not ...Article : 404 words
Sir,—Allow me, through your columns, to call public attention to the state of the footpath opposite the new Custom House, in Flinders-street. ...Article : 353 words
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