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  2. ADDITIONAL WAR NEWS.

    THE following telegraphic items from the Melbourne papers contain some particulars not before published in Sydney:— Paris, September 3rd. ...

    Article : 960 words
  3. CORONER'S INQUESTS.

    The adjourned inquest on the child, Eridget Edwards, was resumed yesterday afternoon, at the coroner's office, Hyde Park.—Catherine Edwards deposed she is a married woman. Her husband is in gaol. She ...

    Article : 3,221 words
  4. DINNER TO SIR DANIEL COOPER.

    LAST NIGHT about sixty of Sir Daniel Cooper's friends and admirers entertained him at Courvoisier's Cafe de France, George-street. About seven o'clock an elegant repast was provided, and it was partaken of by the ...

    Article : 2,331 words
  5. DISTRICT COURT.

    The undefended cases—Nos. 4489 to 4725—will be disposed of to-day, as follows:—No. 4489 will be taken at 10 a.m.; 4569 will not be taken before 11 a.m.; 4644 will not be taken before 12 (noon), finishing with 4725. ...

    Article : 44 words
  6. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.—MONDAY.

    Louisa Wright, for using obscene language in Elizabeth-street, was fined £5, or the alternative of residing in Darlinghurst for three months. There was an unususully large array of drunkards ...

    Article : 368 words
  7. LAW.

    MASTER'S OFFICE.—At 10.30: Crew v. Fitzgerald, to fix amount of security on appeal. ...

    Article : 27 words
  8. INSOLVENCY COURT.—MONDAY.

    In the estate of Messrs. Thame, Walker, and Co. A special meeting for examination, on behalf of the official assignee. The insolvent Thame and three witnesses were examined by Mr. Slade, on behalf of the ...

    Article : 407 words
  9. WATER POLICE COURT.—MONDAY.

    James Ryan was fined 20s, in default seven days' gaol, for being drunk and disorderly in Hunter-street; for assaulting constable Groundwater, while in the execution of his duty, was fined 20s, or seven days' ...

    Article : 214 words
  10. FAREWELL VISIT OF LYSTER AND SMITH'S OPERA COMPANY.

    THE last engagement of the artists comprising Messrs. Lyster and Smith's Royal Italian and English Opera Company, commence their farewell season at Sydney, at the Prince of Wales Opera-House,—on the 24th ...

    Article : 239 words
  11. THE DISTURBED STATE OF PARIS.

    On Saturday, August 6, the most alarming rumours were circulated in Paris, as to the safety of the army, and the reported victory of the Prussians. A rumour was circulated on the Bourse[?] that a great victory had ...

    Article : 643 words
  12. QUARTER SESSIONS.—MONDAY.

    Mr. Rogers prosecuted for the Crown. STEALING A WATCH. Ah Sam, a Chinaman, was charged with having stolen a watch, the property of Chin Lee On, another ...

    Article : 846 words
  13. THEATRICAL NOTES.

    MR. BARRY SULLIVAN has authorized the Melbourne Leader's dramatic reviewer to say that he will shortly revisit the colonies. This popular tragedian is enjoying first-rate health, and is just now indulging in otium ...

    Article : 508 words
  14. PANIC OF THE FRENCH PEASANTRY BEFORE THE ADVANCING PRUSSIANS.

    A LETTER in the Siecle, duted Nancy, 9th August, says:—"After the defeat of the Frunch at Woerth they retreated on Saverne, where they encamped. When the news arrived in the latter place a panic ...

    Article : 333 words
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