The Kensington Coursing Club opened the Kensington Cup meeting yesterday afternoon. There was a large attendance, and some good snort was witnessed. The ...Article : 280 words
An unusual case came before Judge Backhouse and a jury at the Darlinghurst Quarter Sessions yesterday. A young man named Titos Wynne was charged with having ...Article : 287 words
The medical evidence tendered at the inquest yesterday on the body of Annie Gilchrist, 55, a widow, lately manageress of the Hotel Metropole, showed that when the ...Article : 261 words
The question of State rights came up for consideration of the conference of the Liberal and Reform Association yesterday, when dealing with the constitution of the ...Article : 267 words
Sir Charles Lucas and Mr. Pearson had an adventure last Friday evening, which Sir Charles retailed with much glee at the Lord Mayor's banquet. ...Article : 260 words
Robert Arthur Byrne, 29, watchmaker, was charged before Mr. Payten, S.M., at the Water Police Court yesterday, with stealing on May 17 two books, valued at £1 12s, kept ...Article : 182 words
Walter Bradwell, a young man, pleaded not guilty at the Quarter Sessions, Darlinghurst, yesterday to an indictment charging him, on two counts: -- (1) With stealing a cheque ...Article : 209 words
Messrs. Tom Mann, Peter Bowling, and Rosser, together with Messrs. W. Renton and F. T. Leone, delegates from the Port Pirie unions and several delegates from Broken ...Article : 149 words
The Federal Attorney-General, who a day or two ago characterised the fusion negotiations as kaleidoscopic, yesterday, referring to Mr. Deakin's latest declaration that ...Article : 72 words
A meeting of the West Sydney District Labor League was held on Monday, when there was a full muster of delegates. It was called to consider nominations for the seat. ...Article : 117 words
Henry Viant appeared at the Police Court this morning, and was charged with having shot at Alice Beatrice Keith last night with intent to murder her. Viant is about 35 ...Article : 98 words
The Tailoring (Clothing Trade) Wages Board, which has been sitting, for several months, concluded the taking of evidence on Monday, and disposed of the contentious ...Article : 214 words
Owing to the tramway extension from Drummoyne to Ryde it became necessary to place a new roller path and rollers in position under the swing span of the Parramatta ...Article : 148 words
At the Central Court yesterday Henry Morris and Norman Jess were each fined £2, in default a month in gaol, for stealing cigars from the shop of Bernard Kohn, in ...Article : 36 words
The Sydney Marine Underwriters' Association has received a cable stating that the Shaw. Savill and Albion liner Corinthic, which left Wellington for London on April ...Article : 58 words
Ezrah Harvey, 24, laborer, was charged before Mr. Payten, S.M., at the Water Police Court yesterday, with assaulting Patrick Reddin, with intent to rob him. ...Article : 131 words
Mr. J. C. Watson, M.P., has cabled from South Africa that he will not be able to attend the Imperial Conference on Defence as a representative of the Commonwealth ...Article : 45 words
The well-known stallion Projectile was sold by auction yesterday for 78 guineas. MOOREFIELD SCRATCHINGS. Lady Ruenalf has been scratched for the ...Article : 38 words
Mr. Evans, Premier of Tasmania, has telegraphed to Mr. Fisher in Sydney, asking that the removal of the postal prohibitions of several Tasmanians be expedited. Mr. ...Article : 69 words
William Burgen, a packer, living in Zetland, is lying in the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital bruised and with a broken shoulder blade and collar-bone, the result of being ...Article : 98 words
Elizabeth Clarke, a girl of 17 years, described as a packer, pleaded guilty at the Redfern Police Court yesterday to attempting to commit suicide at Alexanlria on April 27. ...Article : 197 words
The Coroner yesterday recorded a verdict of accidental death at the inquest on the body of Michael Fitzpatrick, lately living in Scott-street, Waverley, who succumbed ...Article : 56 words
A meeting of the committee of the N.S.W. Bowling Association will be held at the Sports Club, Hunter-street, on Thursday, at 7.45 p.m., when, amongst other business, the ...Article : 121 words
The circumstances surrounding the death of Annie P. Sears, aged two years, which occurred at the child's parents' residence on May 14 through her swallowing rum, were ...Article : 102 words
Mr. Donaldson, S.M., had before him, at Redfern Court yesterday, Leslie M'Donagh, a clerk, who pleaded guilty to stealing a set of harness from James Ryan, by whom he ...Article : 91 words
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