By the steamer Wallaby we have Cape Town paers to the 1st June. The following is from the South African Advertser and Mail of that date: ...Article : 732 words
Special Juries of Twelve.—Dolby v. Bank of New South Wales; Bailey v. Fairfax and another. N.B.:The above two causes are set down for trial for the 8th. by order of a Judge. ...Article : 419 words
SIR,—The fifth and last foundation upon which a perfect Univeristy should rest, or rather that principle which will bind together and consolidate all the University energies into one harmonious and ...Article : 2,714 words
SIR.—With relecence to a leading article which appears in your issue of to-day, wherein attention is drawn to the dircumstance, as stated by you, that I "never payformed bouch duty even in a stangle instance," I beg to ...Article : 1,861 words
Ernesio Spagnoletti, of H.M. gaol, at Darlinghuret, late of G'ebe, musiciun. Liabillia s, £40 3s. Assets, £5. Deflcit, £35 8s, Official assignee, Mr. Mackerzie. Gus of Nilson, of Sydney, into of mOruya, tailor, ...Article : 113 words
BEF RE the Police Megistrate, with Messrs, M. Levy, Kettle, Sutherland, Birrell, and Smithers. Three drunkards were discharged. Mary Citsidy and Bridget C[?]ton, forriotous behaviour ...Article : 1,009 words
At the Catherdral, on Sunday morning last, the Very Rev. the Dean read out; after the Niceno Creed the sentence of deposition proncunced against Bishop Colonse by the Bishop of Cape town, in accordance with ...Article : 1,076 words
BEFORE Messrs. T. Cullen, and S. H. Pearse. David Hunt, convicted of stealing 21. 6d. from the till in the house of James Boyd, of the Royal Hotel, St. Leonarde, was ordered to pay a fine of 10s., or twenty. ...Article : 1,853 words
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