VISITORS.—The late fine weather has made a perceptible increase in the number of visitors, and there is every probability of our inn-keepers having an improved business. We are satisfied if this beautiful district, and ...Article : 1,092 words
Dr. West, the plaintiff in this case, sued for £ 10 10s., as damages done to his gig by being ran into. He was proceeding down Brickfield Hill on the 1st of May last in his gig, which his man (Kennedy) was driving, when ...Article : 901 words
The case of Single v. Humphrey and another was resumed. The witnesses called for the defence were John M'Luchlan, Charles Henry Humphrey. Edward ...Article : 2,871 words
Eleven persons were convicted of drunkenness:— Two old offenders, named Mary Ann Garland and Esther Pickering, were sentenced to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour for three calendar months; the rest were ...Article : 560 words
DEATH OF AN ABORIGINAL.— A coroner's inquest was held at the Maitland hospital on Sunday, before Dr. M'Cartney, on view of the body of " Tommy," an aboriginal. It appeared that the deceased was brought to the ...Article : 478 words
This cause was resumed. The witnesses for the plaintiff were James Cranfield, Andrew Dunn, Genrge Turner, Charles Reynolds, Richard Reynolds, Frank Collins, and Andrew Loder. ...Article : 2,384 words
Mary King was tined 20s., or forty-eight hours in the cells, for drunkenness. George Davis, of the ship Prospector, and Henry Bray, of the Trident, were required to find sureties for ...Article : 111 words
The declaration stated that the detendants [?] divers days and times broken into and entered on lands of the plaintiff at Summerhill and Dirty Lagoon, or Long Lagoon, and depastured there sheep and cattle; ...Article : 2,016 words
About eight o'clock, on Monday evening last, a tire broke out in one of the houses situate in Slatyersbuildings, Crown-street, Surry Hills. It was fortunately soon discovered, and through the strenuous ...Article : 101 words
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