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  2. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,952 words
  3. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    Thomas [?]eck was Indicted for feloniously assaulting and wounding John White, at the Gawler River, on the 31st of March last. This was a private prosecution, which was conducted on ...

    Article : 1,335 words
  4. LAND AND POPULATION.

    Sir—Since my former letter appeared in your impression of the 1st instant, I have noticed some allusions thereto both of assent and dissent. But it is evident from Tuesday's Parliamentary report that ...

    Article : 1,542 words
  5. AD VALOREM DUTIES.

    Sir—Some twelve months ago the ad valorem duty of S per cant, was taken off cornsacks—(so far so good for the importer)—and an additional duty (not on cigars, mind) put on tobacco; the latter we know ...

    Article : 216 words
  6. KAPUNDA.

    I regret to state that a child of Mr. Joseph Tuckfield was accidentally drowned in a hole near the house, in which a quantity of water had accumulated. An inquest was held before Dr. Blood, J.P., Coroner ...

    Article : 333 words
  7. THE MINISTRY, JUDGES, AND OFFICERS' SALARIES, &c.

    Sir—I have read your leader of this morning, and would further suggest as follow:— The Ministry to consist of three, viz.—Chief Secretary and Treasurer, Commissioner of Public Works ...

    Article : 287 words
  8. DESTITUTE BOARD.

    Present—S. Beddome, Esq. (in the chair), the Mayor, the Colonial Surgeon, R. W. Newland, Esq., H. Mildred, Esq., M.P., Mr. Holthouse (Secretary), and Mr. Bee (Relieving Officer). ...

    Article : 1,249 words
  9. PORT REFORMS.

    Sir—I believe it is quite impossible tor any man, however willing he may be to effect reforms and retrenchments in the mode of carrying on the official business of the country, unless individuals who are ...

    Article : 395 words
  10. TRIFLES OF WIT AND HUMOUR.

    Motto for a flogging schoolmaster—Semper (h)idem. A soldier being asked if hemet with much hospitality in Ireland, replied that he was in the hospital nearly ...

    Article : 1,049 words
  11. VARIETIES.

    BLOWING OUT A CANDIE.—There is one small fact in domestic economy which is not generally known, but which is useful as saving time, trouble, and temper. If the candle be blown out holding it above ...

    Article : 1,659 words
  12. INSOLVENT COURT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 26 words
  13. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    DISORDERLY CONTUCT.—Mary Coglin and Elizabeth Lee, two women of the town, were charged with being very disorderly in the public streets, and using the most obscene language. Mary Coglin denied it, and Elizabeth Lee pleaded ...

    Article : 408 words
  14. MARKET QUOTATIONS.

    Sir—Referring to your remarks m to-day's paper, respecting the difficulty of obtaining correct information as to the market price of wheat, &c., I beg to say that in England, corndealers, millers, malsters, ...

    Article : 169 words
  15. THE GALLERY OF THE HOUSE.

    Sir—I was surprised when I went up into the gallery of the House of Assembly by a policeman on duty telling me that I was not to sit on the front seats, and yet there were only three persons sitting on ...

    Article : 156 words
  16. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    Present—Messrs. S. Ellis (Chairman), John Cumins, and G. P. Leedham. Slaughtering returns received from Mr. Wooding. Various accounts received; payments to stand over. ...

    Article : 221 words
  17. "CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS."

    Sir—I would most earnestly wish that the motto prefixed to this letter was more pondered over and more carried into practice by our Municipal authorities. ...

    Article : 184 words
  18. NOTICES OF MOTION AN ORDERS OF THE DAY.

    NOTICE OF MOTION:— 1. Mr. WATERHOUSE to move— "That he have leave to introduce[?] A Bill Intituled an Act to amend the Law relating to Cheques or Drafts on ...

    Article : 1,265 words
  19. THE NAVY LIST.

    Sir—Could you inform me where the navy list is to be procured, as I have been to several of the Adelaide booksellers, and they do not sell it. [If the booksellers no not seu the work re[?]e [?], ...

    Article : 80 words
  20. THE STREET REGULATIONS.

    Sir—Many respectable colonists have been subjected to a fine of from £1 to £2 for driving loose horses in Adelaide, between the hours of 8 in the morning and 6 in the evening. ...

    Article : 228 words
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