The trial of this case, for damages to cargo shipped from Liverpool to Sydney under a bill of lading, was resumed from yesterday, lasted all day, and then further adjourned to Monday next. ...Article : 80 words
William Rogers was found guilty of having been thirice convicted of drunkenness within the preceding twelve months, and behaving in a riotous manner in George-street. He was sent to ...Article : 528 words
Warri Alluvial Gold-mining Co. and Act ll Vict. No. 19: A second meeting. Seven debts proved. Meeting closed. George Crook: A second meeting. Insolvent ...Article : 312 words
Best boar, short breed, £1; second prize. 10s.—Henary M'Fadden, first prize. James Scobie, second prize. Five entries. Best breeding sow, in farrow, or with pigs at foot, short ...Article : 62 words
Best fat Durham ox, £1; second prize, certificate.—James White, first prize. W. J. Dangar, certificate. Seven entries. "All the otehrs highly commended." Best fat hereford ox, £1; second prize, certificate.—Richard ...Article : 689 words
Mr. W. J. Foster prosecuted for the Crown. FRAUDULENT INSOLVENCY. James Downey was charged that he, on the 24th of April, did unfawfully, wilfully, and fraudulently ...Article : 694 words
THE good old steamer Collaroy being on the berth for Tuesday night at ll, Captain Harris landed his living freight of judges and other interested persons at Newcastle on Wednesday morning, at ...Article : 2,203 words
Several drunkards were fined. Robert Howard was fined 10s, for using obscene language. Pierto M. Guegan, Pierre Noury, Jean Picard, ...Article : 287 words
The extension of the G. W. R. to Orange will probably be made the occasion of some local demonstration befitting the commencement of so important an undertaking. It has been rumoured that several members of the Ministry may be ...Article : 1,018 words
THE formal opening of the now bridge over the Hawkesbury at Windsor, took place on Thursday, and the event was attended with festivities of a character and extent which the oldest inhabitant of that ...Article : 1,251 words
F. W. Thrum, Arab pony stallion, highly commended. Master Frank Loder, pony Guy Fawkes, recommended for a prize. A. A. Dangar, Farhan, recommended for a prize. ...Article : 93 words
(Jndges: Messrs. George Loder, George Rouse, and J. D. Cox.) Best Herford bull, two years old, £1.—John Nowlan, The Prince, 11m 18da, by Prince of Wales, imp, dam Countess, imp, bred by self, prize. Only entry. ...Article : 459 words
The weather has been very cold and rainy; no doubt the atmosphere being tempered, by the cloude ot snow on the distant tableland at Sassafras and Argyle high localities. The Yalwal reefs are beginning to be brought to light; ...Article : 331 words
MOTIONS.—A number of uninteresting ca. sa and how trial motions were disposed of. COOKE V. COOPER.—This was an action for £50 damages for wrongful dismissal. About two ...Article : 427 words
A public meeting took place at the Albion Park Hotel, Alblon Park, on Saturday evening last, to take into considera tion the propriety of urging the Government to crect the proposed new Court-house and lock-up at Albion Park, Instead ...Article : 1,325 words
Best ram, any age, silver cup, value three gulneas: second prize, certificate.—Philip Gidley King, prize; W. J. Dangar. ocrtificate. Seven entries. Bost pen of three two-tooth rams, siler modal, second ...Article : 687 words
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