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Sudden Heath of Sir John Robertson. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
§ndden Heath of Sir John IColwrisoat. [BR ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FEOJI OCR OWIR CORRESPONDENT^ SEJJNEY, May 8. Tiie tteatJi ot ir do Jm uoDerteoa took place at his residence, Clovelly, Wat-son's Bay, this morning. W lien the news became known amongst the residents of Watson's Bay, quite a gloom was cast orer the small community. Sir John attended a private picnic with some friends yesterday afternoon at Vaucluse, and seemingly enjoyed himself, and was in the best of spirits all day. In the evening he walked down to the jetty at Watson's Bay and gave a letter to the captain of the fen y steamer. Be then walked quietly home, and an hour later retired to rest in his usual health and spirits. He did not com plain of anything being wrong with him. As it was usual for his attendant to call him every morning at seven, and this was done this morning, and as Sir John did not appear, shortly afterwards, his attendant again knocked but received no answer. Being alarmed he opened the door, and o...
TOWNSVILLS. IN CHAMBERS FRIDAY, MAY 8. ("Before His Honor Mr. Justice Cooper.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
TOWNSVILLS. IN CHAMBERS Fhidav, MAS 8. ("Before His Houor Mr. Justice Cooper.) Ix the matter of James Edward Oliyer, of TownsviLLe, cab driver, insolvent in forma pauperis. Notice of motion by the registrar for an order that so much of the order of the Court dated lbth February, 1891 as stated that the fees in this matter be remitted, be rescinded, and that the Trustee in the above named insolvent estate be ordered to pay such fees out of the estate. Monday, 11TH MAY. (Before Mr. Justice Cooper, in Chambers.) MB. Brown (Mars la rid and Marslaud) for defendant, made an application for an order for dismissal of the action H. E. Hal da.ru* and wife v. W. M. Mowbray for slander, in which damages were laid at £1000, for want of prosecution. The application was granted with costs against the plain tiffs. Mr. Leu applied for leave to take the will ©f W. F. Batucrsby off the file for the pur pose of producing it at the trial of Gaivin v. Battersby, at Mackay on the 12th inst. The applicatio...
CIVIL JURISDICTION. FRIDAY, MAY 8th. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb and a jury of four.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
CIVIL JURISDICTION. FRIDAY, MAT 8th. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Chubb and a jury of four.) Carnaby v. iaobson, action for malicious prosecution. j Mr. Jameson, instructed by Messrs Jar vis ' and Turner, appeared for the plaintiff. j Mr. Macnaughton, instructed by Messrs j Maryland and Maryland, for the defence. ' i The plaintiff claimed £o sU damages. j The following jury was empamielled:- ! Israel Lemel, Frederick Casely, W. D. Casey, Alan B. Blight. j The action arose out of a prosecution in . the Charters Towers police court against the plaintiff for stealing some tools from Hobson's foundry, where he was employed in various capacities for some years. The case at the police court was dismissed without the plain tiff being called upon for auy detence. Mr. Jameson 1 laving opened the case, evi dence was given similar to that already pub lished. The jury found a verdict for the plaintiff for £50 damages. The Court in its civil jurisdiction then closed. !
EVENING SETTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
EVE2fIN& SETTINGS. * i * A . a A ^ Mis Honor resumed. Jus seat at» o ciock. 'The jury came iiitQ.Coarfc immediately after, and tlxe foreman. Mr J. I?. Whitehead, aaid that they had not agreed, nor was there the slightest chance of agreeing. They had fully discussed the matter. His Honor said it was unusual to discharge a Jury after eight hours, but he had to go away to Mackav, and under the circum stances he should take it upon himself to discharge them. The Jury was then discharged, regretting they were unable to agree. His Honor then said he should hare to remand the defendant to next sittings of the Court, bail allowed, defendant iu £200, and two sureties of £100 each, to appear at the next sittings of this Court, to be held on 5th of October. The Court was then adjourned sine die.
Northern Supreme Court. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. FRIDAY, MAY 8th. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Cliubb.) SEDITIOUS LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
Northern Supreme Court. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Fbiday, Mat 8th. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Cliubb.) SEDITIOUS LIBEL. The case against F. C. B. Voeper, charged i vith. seditious libel, was resumed. : I - Mr. Powers appeared for the defendant. ". His Honor, in summing up, referred to tte charge against the prisoner and the law of libel from the time of the Romans to the present time, and pointed out that the liberty of the press and of the subject must not be allowed to" degenerate into license, and that . while a ritan was justified in defending his own rights he must not trespass on the rights of others. He touched on the large number of cases referred to by the counsel for the defence, by which it was shown that formerly the punishment for libel, as well as for many other offences, was excessively barbarous, but that was altogether altered now, and punish ments were more in proportion to the gravity of the offence committed. In these days there was no cutting off of ears and sli...
Generalities. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
Generalities. Marksman-Daring a hunt a lieu tenant fired at a rabbit, bat did not hit it, and narrowly missed the major of his regiment. * I say, lie a tenant,* exclaimed the major, ' are you shoot ing at a rabbit or for promotion/ In the course of the debates in the House of Commons that terminated m the removal of the political disabilites of Jews in England, the cause of his compatriots was being vigorously urged by Disraeli. 4 What,' he demanded, 'have the Jews ever asked?' Then he made a dramatic pause which was broken by the sepulchral -but penetrating voice of some unseen member, who replied * Never less than 60 pier cent/ After the abortive rising in 1848, Mr. John Blake Dillon, the father of John Dillon, made his escape to the United States disguised as a priest. During the voyage a love-lorn pair besought him to unite them in wed lock, and their fellow-passengers joined in the supplications of the enamoured couple. This was an awkward predicament, but Dillon's mother-wit g...
"THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER" SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 16 May 1891
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