The judgment of the Full Court on the defendant's appeal was delivered on Saturday by Mr. Justice Innes, the other judges who had heard the appeal being Mr. Justice Deffell and ...Article : 4,342 words
This bill, which has been introduced into the Legislative Council by Mr. Salomons, is chiefly founded upon certain provisions of the English Judicature Acts of 1873 and 1875 and the rules ...Article : 2,425 words
LONDON, Friday.--Mr. Poland has withdrawn the case for the prosecution against Mr. William Saunders, ex M.P. for Hull, who was recently arrested for speaking at ...Article : 141 words
LONDON, Sunday.--The Emperor and Empress of Russia during their visit to Berlin were very coldly received by the populace whenever they appeared in public. ...Article : 147 words
WOLLONGONG, Saturday.--An accident occurred on the railway line about 4 o'clock this morning. Messrs. Logan and Co's. locomotive was returning from Clifton with a train of ...Article : 131 words
LONDON, Sunday.--The Emperor of Brazil has visited the Crown Prince of Germany, and has recommended the use of a Brazilian herbal remedy for the disease in the Prince's ...Article : 82 words
The weather on Saturday was all in favor of afternoon amusements, and at the Bondi Aquarium, where Professor Felder gave his first exhibition of legerdemain, there was a large ...Article : 1,002 words
BROKEN-HILL, Saturday.--Several robberies have been pepetrated during the week, chiefly at the hotels. At one close upon £200 worth of scrip was extracted from a lodger's ...Article : 117 words
LONDON, Sunday.--A plebiscite is being taken among the miners throughout Great Britain on a proposal to restrict the output of coal, with the view of raising the price ...Article : 43 words
RIVERSTONE, Saturday.--The New South Wales Anti Chinese League held a meeting here to-night in the Cosmopolitan hall, Mr. H. J. West being in the chair. Mr. Thomas Walker, ...Article : 102 words
PARIS, Saturday.--In consequence of the alleged complicity of M. Daniel Wilson, President Grevy's son-in-law, with the recent War Office scandals, the French newspapers ...Article : 76 words
MELBOURNE, Sunday.--The two days' cricket match between Vernon's English Eleven and 18 of Ballarat was continued yesterday. The Englishmen made 477 in their first innings, ...Article : 67 words
Sir,--You recently published a leader containing strictures upon the growing expenditure connected with our colony's representation at international exhibitions, and I have made ...Article : 601 words
PARIS, Saturday.--In consequence of the chamber of Deputies having refused to adjourn the debate on the motion introduced by the Left, dealing with the domestic ...Article : 69 words
Dr. R. W. Dale, having partially recovered from his recent illness, preached a powerful sermon to a crowded congregation in the Congregational Church, Petersham, yesterday ...Article : 707 words
LONDON, Sunday.--The shares in the British Broken-hill Proprietary Company have been fully subscribed. ...Article : 21 words
LONDON, Sunday.--New Zealand 4 per cent. stocks are selling, but South Australian and Queensland stocks are very depressed. Several of the London newspapers are ...Article : 37 words
LONDON, Sunday.--The following colonial companies have been registered:-- The Sydney and Parramatta Wharves, Navigation and Tramways Company, with a capital ...Article : 40 words
LONDON, Sunday.-- H. M. S. troopship Thalia is shipping relief crews for H.M.S. Rapid and Myrmidon, now on the Australian station. ...Article : 26 words
LONDON, Friday.--The total quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is 1,470,000 quarters; for the Continent, 183,000 quarters. ...Article : 60 words
LONDON, Friday.--South Australian 4 per cent. loan, £101; New Zealand 4 per cent, loan, £96 10s. ...Article : 21 words
Sir,--I beg leave to call the attention of the "squatters" and freeholders of New South Wales to sections 104 and 161 of Mr. Garrett's Amending Land Bill. ...Article : 269 words
A man named Patrick Smith, aged 29, residing in Margaret street, Redfern, was thrown from his cart on Saturday last and sustained an injury to the right knee and left ankle. He ...Article : 205 words
LONDON, Friday.--The Peninsular and Oriental Company have declared a dividend at the rate of 6 per cent. per annum. ...Article : 26 words
Sir,--My attention has been called to a paragraph in Bailey's Sunday News, under date November 20, presenting a cablegram from Rome which it is pretended was communicated ...Article : 152 words
COLOMBO, Friday.--The British-India Company's s.s. Dacca arrived to-day. PORT SAID, Saturday.--The British India Company's s.s. Duke of Sutherland left ...Article : 73 words
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