(Beforo Chief Justice Sir William Stawoll, Mr. Justice Molesworth, and Mr. Justioo Pohlman). WILLS V. THOMAS. ...Article : 3,104 words
(Before the Police Magistrate, Mr. E. P. Sturt; Mr. Freeman, and Mr. Baker.) Drunkenness and Disorderly Conduct. —John Davis, Joseph Johnston, Ann Haughton, ...Article : 3,043 words
The Council met yesterday, at the usual hour' the Mayor in tho chair. Tho minutes of the last two meetings wera read and confirmed. ...Article : 3,164 words
The first Melbourne salo of Crown land for the current month was hold yesterday, at the salerooms of Messrs. W. M. Tennent and Co. The attendance was very numerous, and much ...Article : 655 words
At the Police office to-day, a seaman named Jonson, a Swede, appeared to claim an amount of wages alleged to be due to him from Captain Molar, of the brig Calroine. Mr. Gregory, ...Article : 831 words
The City Coroner held an inquest yesterday in Little Bourke-street, touching the death of one John James Sutherland, who on Friday evening hist, whilst in a state of intoxication, fell down in ...Article : 406 words
Courtney v. Tennent, rule nist for'new trial; Austin v. Grass, rule nisi for nonsuit. INSOLVENT COURT. Adjourned first and only meeting.—Frederick ...Article : 97 words
Sir,—My daughter posted a letter to hersister, and enclosed one pound. The letter was received as directed; the money was abstracted. I waited on the Secretary at the Post-office to make my ...Article : 110 words
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