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Tipstaffs and requested that the numbers be limited to one of each.
The Government did 'not consider that the interests of the community would be served by the abolition of Associates or Tipstaffs', (88) so each Judge would retain their usual one Associate and one Tipstaff.
Armed with nothing more than the idea I approached the tipstaff of the then Chief Justice, who listened bemusedly to my request to observe and take notes in the proceedings and then gave me the title for my piece by saying 'well I suppose it is a bit of a tribal custom'.
* BA-Psych LLB (Hons) (Mucq); Tipstaff at the Supreme Court of New South Wales; Research Officer, Macquarie Law School, Macquarie University.
Namby the tipstaff who has spent time there, but these older place names are not used in connection with the story of the returned convict, John Edmunds.
The judge ordered the court tipstaff to collect the boy but he could not do so because the boy refused to go with him.
Once as I tried to peer through the crack between double courtroom doors, a tipstaff suddenly swung them open, whacking me in the forehead.
Proud of the peerless lineage of the magazine he had acquired with his friend James Sibley Watson, Thayer compared his endeavors with those of Fuller and Emerson in his January 1921 "Comment." Here he hopes that just as the Philadelphia Gazette had declared in 1840 that "these editors were considerably madder than the Mormons," someone would "in a clear tipstaff voice" declare him to be equally deranged in his literary tastes (122-23).
The judge had arranged for all her court filings to be referred to him, and every Friday he would send his tipstaff to summon her to his chambers to go over her pleadings and ensure that they were in the proper form.
The full list of withdrawals is: Cyfor Malta, Unguided Missile, Dr Leunt, Morceli, Banjo, Callisoe Bay, Buck Rogers, Wylde Hide, With Impunity, Over The Deel, Oban, Ballymacrevan, Irish Stamp, Ballyline, Around The Gale, Tipstaff, Amercius, Indestructible, Kentucky Gold, Oakler, Ozier Hill, Pinkpinkfizz, What A Hand.
Pipe is the only trainer to take advantage of the recent change to the conditions of the race to allow six-year-olds to be entered, with Cyfor Malta, Farfadet V, Tamarindo and Tipstaff.
Among Forster's other novels are The Travels of Maudie Tipstaff (1967), Mr.
Sruthan finished second in this two years ago when Sun On The Run was successful for Jim Bolger, who is represented today by Tipstaff, who won a 1m2f maiden at Navan on his second start ten days ago.
And Tipstaff, trained for Gololphin by Jim Bolger, sent favourite-backers home happy when building on his Gowran Park debut run to land the concluding maiden in convincing style under Kevin Manning, who labelled the Street Cry colt as "a nice prospect for next year".
Nicholas Condylis, BA, LLB (Hons) (Syd); Adjunct Lecturer in Constitutional Law, Sydney Law School, The University of Sydney; Tipstaff to the Honourable Justice Patricia Anne Bergin, Chief Judge in the Equity Division of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.