While the Sydney Railway Company was struggling with the unprecedented difficulties of the times, and leaning on the strong arm of the Government for support, a movement took ...Article : 2,748 words
WEST V. WHITNEY.—The plaintiff, claimed £93 12s., balance of accou7nt due for the erection of two houses at Ashfield, and also [?] aimed £85 for extra work performed at defendant's request. Mr. Windever, instructed by ...Article : 889 words
By way of Newcastle we have Auckland papers to February 13th. The following extracts are from the New Zealand Herland:- THE WAIKATO LANDS.—A report by Major Heaphy ...Article : 3,054 words
Two drunkards were discharged. Robert M'Gregor, was fined 10s., or twenty-four hours' imprisonment, for making use of obscene Ianguag3e in King-street. ...Article : 508 words
This case again occupied the whole of the day with-out being concluded. ...Article : 41 words
JURY COURT.—Brown v. Hunter River Dow Steam Navigation Company, part heard. BANCO COURT.—Brown v. Varey. IN EQUITY.—Before his Honor the Primary Judge, ...Article : 35 words
In the estated of Edward Holloway, a second meeting. Insolvent was examined by Mr. Humphrey, official assignee, and reminded that it was his duty to deliver up0 all letters and papers that might throw light upon ...Article : 472 words
Two drunkards were discharged. Charles Twight, for being drunk and disorderly in the Britannia Hotel, was fined 10s., or forty-right hours' imprisonment. ...Article : 339 words
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