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    Mr. Fisher, commenting on the evidence for the reply, said, of the two issues, the second—that of justification—was the most important. It was also important to notice who were called in answer to the defendant's case, and those ...

    Article : 5,317 words

    James Hamilton, John Wilson, George Jinman, Charles Augustus, and Frederick Wingfield, fire of the crew of the vessel Macedon, were brought up in custody, charged with being absent without leave from the said vessel. ...

    Article : 332 words
  4. Friday, 12th October.

    The whole of this day war occupied with the continuation of the trial of "Younghusband to Gilles," and is not likely to be concluded until tomorrow (this day). As this extraordinary action involves the peace and ...

    Article : 83 words
  5. Tuesday, 11th October.

    Robert Wilde, boat builder, was brought up in custody, charged with stealing a tin pot, containing a quantity of paint, the property of Charles Cooper, of port Adelaide. Committed for trial ...

    Article : 38 words

    This was an action for illegally demanding excessive damages on impounding the plaintiff's cattle. The case had been postponed from a former day. Mr Walker appeared for the plaintiff and Mr Nicholls ...

    Article : 323 words
  7. Friday, October 12th.

    William King was brought up in custody custody with stealing six pair of trousers, the property of Samuel Hart, and a quantity of glass the property of some person unknown. Remanded till this day (Saturday). ...

    Article : 71 words

    Grace Hosking appeared on the information of Ross Kemp, charged with violently assaulting her with an iron with tied to the end of a rope. The parties are neighbours, and aspersions having been thrown on the ch[?]stity of the ...

    Article : 141 words
  9. Tuesday, 2nd October.

    John Clark, was charged by George Riley, stonemason, with absconding from work on the 28th September. Complainant put in an agreement made by complainant the his brother with the defendant for two years. ...

    Article : 154 words
  10. Wednesday, 10th October.

    £2 40s. amount of damage done to plaintiff by defendant's cattle. As it appeared so written notice was served on defendant, is required by the Act, his Worship dismissed the case. ...

    Article : 304 words
  11. Thursday, 4th October.

    John Brash appeared, charged by Christina M'Pherson with having broken open her door, and violently assaulting her on the 2nd of October. Complainant, who seemed to have sustained considerable ...

    Article : 274 words
  12. Friday, 5th October.

    John Prosser and David Jones appeared, charged by T. H. Williams, superintendent at the Smelting Works, at Kooringa, with having refused to work. Complainant produced the agreements made with the ...

    Article : 164 words

    Thomas Jones, gentleman, was charged with being drank and assaulting Police-constable Henderson, whilst in the execution of his duty, in Hindley-street, at four o'clock on Monday afternoon. Ho was also charged with wilfully damaging a coat, value £1 16s, the ...

    Article : 103 words
  14. Wednesday, 10th October.

    No case came before the Court. ...

    Article : 9 words
  15. Saturday, 6th October.

    John Gallienne, an elderly man, was brought up in custody, charged by John Hawke with stealing linen shirt. Complainant stated that, having been told by his washer woman that a shirt belonging to him had been stolen from ...

    Article : 310 words
  16. Thursday, 11th October

    George Young, hawker. Hindmarsh, was brought up on remand, charged with committing wilful and corrupt perjury last Tuesday. Mr Walker for the prisoner. Mr Smith for the prosecutor. ...

    Article : 280 words
  17. Thursday 11th October.

    Label. Damages laid £1,000. Mr. Hadson and Mr. Stephen (in person) for the plaintiff Mr Fisher for the defendant. The former jury was again sworn. ...

    Article : 2,338 words
  18. Friday, 12th October.

    F.G. Cullingford was again brought up an damage, and was further charged with forging and uttering a cheque for £40, so a to defraud the Bank of Australasia. F. W. Allen, of the "Southern Gross," King William-street stated ...

    Article : 179 words



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