On Monday last a publice meeting was he3ld at the Victoria Creek him to take into consideration the propriety of memorializing the Legislative Council to declare a main line of road through the District of Mount ...Article : 2,963 words
Present—His Worship the Mayor (in the chair); Aidermen Glaudfield, Hall, and Richman; Councilors Martin, Linklater, Harman, Stewart, cumming, Mason, Thomas, Witt, Egan, Lawson, Cos, and Powell. ...Article : 1,430 words
The arrival at Strathalbyn, on the evening of Tuesday, the 26th ult., of an Orderly, with a spare horse and despatches fur the Governor, whom he expected to find there. brought the agreeable and exciting information ...Article : 2,343 words
The Civil Sittings commence on Monday next. The following is the cause list, as arranged on Wednesday, the 5th inst., by Mr. Justice Boothby. The advantage of the arrangement is obvious, as no person need attend ...Article : 288 words
CAUTION TO FARMERS.—Mr. George Kinght, farmer. Long Valley, appeared to answer an information laid against him by J. A. Hill, the officer in charge of the Macclesfield station, for unlawfully setting fire to stubble ...Article : 6,905 words
A public meeting was held at the Victoria Creek Inn on Monday last, Mr. JOHN MURRAY in the chair, when Mr. JOHN WARREN laid before the ratepayers of Mount Crawford (who had assembled for the purpose of ...Article : 1,186 words
Harriett Hobbs, convicted of uttering a forged money order at Mount Remarkable, with knowledge of its being forged, was brought into Court at the request of His Honor, who said that he had made a mistake in ...Article : 2,080 words
Mr. Stevenson held an inquest on Saturday last, at the Hospital, on the body of George Pelham, who met with an accident near Gawler Town the previous Thursday, and died at the Hospital the Friday evening whilst ...Article : 910 words
Present—Mr. G. S. Kingston, M.L.C. (in the chair), Colonel O'Halloran, the Very Rev. Michael Ryan, Dr. Duncan, and Mr. Moorhouse, who acted as Secretary. STATE OF THE DEPOT. ...Article : 2,635 words
Present—Rev. Thos. Williams (in the chair), Rev. Mr. Haining Very Rev. Mr. Ryan. Rev. Mr. Gardner, the Acting Colonial Surgeon, Mr. Stocks, Mr. Giles,and Mr. Moorhouse. ...Article : 2,878 words
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