Present—His Worship the Mayor; Aldermen Collon and Cox; Councillors H[?]wood, Rankin, Cottrell, Williams, Osborne. Kiteley, and Clark. EXPLANATION. ...Article : 3,733 words
The Adelaide Railway Station never presented a more crowded or more brilliant appearance than it did on Monday morning, when it was thronged with persons eager to enjoy a trip by the special ...Article : 5,264 words
The three Judges sat this morning at 10 o'clock to give judgment in the matters reserved for consideration alter the last arguments in Banco. PIPRE v. GILBERT. ...Article : 669 words
A meeting of the shareholders of the Building Society was held at thy Shamrock and Thistle Inn on Tuesday, the 7th instant to receive the report of the shareholders appointed to attend Mr. Young and Mr. Lennon while ...Article : 3,148 words
The following prisoners were arraigued and pleaded not guilty:—Bolby(an original native man), charged with indecently assaulting Mary Doc'an, a child five years of ...Article : 8,464 words
A meeting, called by public advertisement, took place at the above hostelrie on Wednesday evening, August 8, toconsider in the words of the notice, "what steps should be taken to get the road from the Gilbert to the ...Article : 1,670 words
Present—The Mayor; Aldermen Wilcox, Martin, and Fotheringham; and Councillor Clement. A letter was read from Mr. Woods, offering to superintend cemetery and dig graves. Deferred. Also, one from ...Article : 445 words
Present—His worship the Major (in the chair),Councillors Chinner, Baker, Brown.and Featherstone. The TOWN CLERK hating represented that unforeseen circumstances had occurred which would prevent him ...Article : 234 words
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