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  2. THE LATE MB. J. T. NEALE.

    The late Mr. J. T. Neale, whose death wo recorded on Saturday, was a large-hearted aud benevolent man. He gave much that will never be known; did many acts of kindness, the ...

    Article : 435 words
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    Advertising : 914 words
  4. LAW COURTS.

    The hearing of the Vice–Admiralty suit, Cockerline and others v. the Steamship Shaftesbury, was concluded. The Chief Justice reserved judgment. Mr. Justice A. H. Simpson, sitting in Probate, ...

    Article : 743 words
  5. SYDNEY RAGGED SCHOOLS.

    The 37(h annual meeting of the Sydney Ragged Schools was held yesterday afternoon in the Y.M.C.A.-hall, Pitt- street. His Excellency the Governor presided, supported by the Revs. T. E. Clouston, B.A., James Buehan, M.A., ...

    Article : 785 words
  6. ACTION FOR BREACH OF AGREEMENT.

    In No. 1 Jury Court, before Mr. Justice Cohen and a jury of four, the hearing of the action Peard and others v. Craig was commenced. Mr. C. B. Stephen and Mr. Pring (instructed by Mr. D. M. Myers, agent for Mr. ...

    Article : 434 words
  7. LAW NOTICES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 641 words
  8. ACTION FOR LIBEL.

    In the Banco Court an action, brought by Mr. W. P. Crick for the recovery of £1000 damages for alleged libel was heard. Mr. Edmunds and Mr. L. Armstrong appeared for ...

    Article : 196 words
  9. COAST DEFENCE.

    The system of coast defence which Major–General French has arranged was tried practically from south Head yesterday. It proved eminently successful. Some of the advantages which the general chains for the ...

    Article : 624 words
  10. ALLEGED BREACH OF CONTRACT.

    An action was brought in No. 2 .Jury Court, before Mr. Justice .Stephen and a jury of four, by Edward Joseph Peter Kelly, wood and coal merchant, who claimed 111200 damages, against tho Caledonian Coal Company. Limited, ...

    Article : 210 words
  11. POLICE COURTS.

    In the Charge Division of the Central Court before Mr. Delohery, S.M., May Isaacs (29), a married woman, was charged with unlawfully assaulting a woman named Maggie Jackson. The assault, it was staled in ...

    Article : 179 words
  12. BANKRUPTCY COURT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 183 words
  13. THE CHRISTIAN.

    When Glory learned that all nurses eligible to attend the ball were by order to wear hospital uniform, being on day duty, she decided to go to It. But then came John Storm's protest against ...

    Article : 2,397 words
  14. A DISPUTED LAND TRANSACTION.

    A suit having reference to certain land situated in King–street, Balmain, was taken before Mr. Justice A. II. Simpson, in Equity. Dr. Cullen and Mr. Bethune (instructed by Mr. A. S. Boulton) appeared for the ...

    Article : 508 words
  15. CENTRAL LICENSING COURT.

    The weekly sitting of the Central Licensing Court was held yesterdav at noon, tho bench being occupied by Messrs. Delohery and Edwards, S.M's., and Penny, L.M. The renewal of his publican's license was granted to ...

    Article : 62 words
  16. THEFT FROM THE PERSON.

    At the Central Court yesterday, before Mr. Delohery, S.M.. Mary Roberts (32) and Henrietta Harrison (28) were charged with, in company, stealing tour sovereigns and some silver from the person of an old man named ...

    Article : 94 words
  17. IMPORTANT ART SALE.

    One of the most important and attractive art sales which have taken place in Sydney for some time past will be held at Messrs. Lawson and Smith's well-known auction rooms, Pitt–street, at 11 o'clock this morning. ...

    Article : 274 words
  18. DISTRICT COURT.

    WALKER V. SMITH.—In this case, Sarah Walker, of Wollongong, sued Leonard Smith, of Hlawarra–road, Marriekville, for £15 Gs Sd, being amount, less commission, of 160 shares in the Lord Hampden Gold-mining ...

    Article : 81 words
  19. ILLEGALLY ON PREMISES.

    A charge of being found on flu? second floor of the Centennial lintel, the dwelling–house of Waller Ashton, was preferred against Patrick Gunn (33), ut the Court. yesterday. Mr. Ashton found the accused ...

    Article : 72 words
  20. BAPTISTS IN SESSION.

    The annual gatherings in connection with the New South Wales Baptist Union were commenced yesterday. In the afternoon there was a ministers re–union the Bathurst.-street Baptist Church by invitation of the pastor ...

    Article : 348 words
  21. A STATION MANAGER AS CORESPONDENT.

    In the part heard rase, Iredale v. Iredale, Wallace corespondent, counsel finished their addresses. His Honor, in addressing tho jury, said that the case had occupied too much time altogether. The delay ...

    Article : 414 words
  22. A LASCAR IN TROUBLE.

    Mahomet Musha, a native of India, was yesterday charged, at the Water Police Court, with being disorderly on board the K.M.S. Ballaarat. He was fined £1, or two days' imprisonment. For using threatening words ...

    Article : 211 words
  23. DIAMOND JUBILEE CHARITY CARNIVAL.

    The Diamond Jubilee Charity Carnival at the Town–hall entered upon its last week yesterday. The attendances have grown, and good business has been done at the numerous stalls. In addition to the attractive side–shows. ...

    Article : 132 words
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  25. METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.

    In the case of Arthur Wilkes (19), charged with larceny, accused pleaded guilty, and was remanded for sentence. Mr. P. Bourke, who appeared for Wilkes, asked that ho might be dealt with under the First ...

    Article : 585 words
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