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  2. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    [Before the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Boothby.] FIRST DAY OF TERM. The Sheriff reported that there were no fines or forfeitures ordered to be enforced. ...

    Article : 881 words
  3. THE ABORIGINES' FRIENDS' ASSOCIATION.

    We are requested by the Committee of the Aborigine Friends Society to public the following particulars, chiefly extracted from the reports or their agent at Point McLeay, relative to the progress of their establishment ...

    Article : 720 words
  4. CLASS LEGISLATION.

    Sir—The programme for discussion in the House of Assembly next Friday includes a motion of Mr. Dutton to throw obstacles in the way of declaring hundreds. This is the ...

    Article : 1,921 words
  5. KANGAROO ISLAND.

    The Young Australian paid the eastern portion of the island a visit the other day, having on board Mr. Hawker and that energetic officer Sergeant Dyke, who assisted him in aearching various on their route, What ...

    Article : 334 words
  6. THE SOUTH-ROAD.

    Sir—As a matter of deep importance to the southern districts is now before the House of Assembly, and as a great deal of ignorance upon the subject exists among those who ought ...

    Article : 1,530 words
  7. CLASS-FIRING.

    Sir—I was much surprised at the views entertained by the gallant Colonel of Volunteers at the meeting held in the Military Barracks on Saturday last with reference to ...

    Article : 378 words
  8. PORT AUGUSTA.

    The steamer Marion arrived yesterday (Tuesday), at 3 p.m. It was never expected that she would better at her time, as she matt have had some severe weather, judging from what we had here. This week we have ...

    Article : 123 words
  9. POLICE COURTS.

    CITY BY-Law.—Levi Emineriton, aged 13 years, appeared to the information Inspector Reading, charged with riding on the pole of his bullock-dray without having any one on foot to guide the bullocks. Mr. ...

    Article : 2,174 words
  10. LEGISLATIVE BLUNDERS.

    Sir—Attention ought to be drawn to the gross mistakes and misstatements made from time to time by some of our M.P.'s in the House of Assembly. I think if they were ...

    Article : 425 words
  11. NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY.

    ORDER OF THE DAY:— 1. Law of Property Amedment Bill: In Committee. 2. Civil Service Amendment Kill: second reading. 3. Auxiliary Rifle Companies Bill: in Committee. ...

    Article : 71 words
  12. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    GOVERNMENT BUSINESS: ORDERS OF THE DAY:— 1. Marine Bill: second reading. 2. Estimates for 1860-61: consideration of Report of Committee of tho whole House ...

    Article : 893 words
  13. CLARE.

    According to appointment, a special meeting of the Council wu held on Saturday, the 18th instant, to receive the report of the Auditors, and to decide what further steps to take in the matters. As however, only ...

    Article : 1,235 words
  14. QUARTZ-REEFS.

    Sir—Herewith I send you specimens of the Victorian gold-quartz, and of the stone which carries the quartz, from the Prince of Wales Reef. While in Victoria during the few last ...

    Article : 1,322 words
  15. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Macdonald.] IN RE GEORGE RIX. Final hearing. Mr. Ingleby appeared for the insolvent. ...

    Article : 723 words
  16. THE DOG NUISANCE.

    Sir—I have observed with interest the steps that have been taken in Parliament and elsewhere for suppressing one of the greatest evils the colony labours under, namely, the dog ...

    Article : 815 words
  17. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    Present—Muera. Burton (Chairman), Shepley, Kentish and Trenouth. The Clerk (Mr. Fabian) was appointed Banger, ties Cranston, resigned and the following Constables Deputy ...

    Article : 152 words
  18. APPOINTMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 14 words
  19. LOCAL COURTS.

    MASTER AND SERVANT.—William Hislip was charged with misconducting himself while in the service of Mr. Jones, tt the Sir John Franklin Hotel, by taking two pound notes to get change and not returning to the Inn. ...

    Article : 349 words
  20. WALKERVILLE, AUGUST 20.

    Mr. Cherry (Chairman) and about 25 ratepayers attended. Mr. Campbell proposed, and Mr. Large secended, that the District Council be respectfully requested to adopt a ...

    Article : 96 words
  21. CLARE.

    The Building Society, as already noticed, appointed an Auditor to meet mother gentleman appointed by Mr. Lenuon, and trusted that some light would at lengths thrown on the darkness of their their books, but after two ...

    Article : 164 words
  22. MOUNT BARKER, AUGUST 20.

    Present—Messrs. Majr (Chairman), Pearca, and Good. Letter received from Mr. Colton, complaining of the conduct of Mr. Doooghua, landlord of tho Dublin Cutle, and calling the Council's attention to the fact that he ...

    Article : 153 words
  23. THE SEARCH FOR GOLD.

    Sir—In the coarse of another month or six weeks the population of Adelaide will visibly begin to decrease, and the question will naturally arise what are they going for?—Why, to ...

    Article : 407 words
  24. KAPUNDA.

    This morning the volunteers of the northern companies met for the first time. The Kapunda, Angus Park, and Greeneck Companies fell in at noon, under the command of Lieutenant Williams, who inspected them and ...

    Article : 254 words
  25. NORMINVILLE: WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22.

    DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—John Donokue, Join Clark, jun., John Commiford, Philip Cleary, Thomas Ahem, and Thomas Callagham were charged, under the informantion of Police-trooper Fox, with being drunk and ...

    Article : 627 words
  26. CRATERS, AUGUST 20.

    Present—Messrs. Davies (Chairman), Hardy, Drammond, and Bradley. Tenders were received for roads at Crafers and Mount Lofty—From Jonna, £1 14s. per chain: R. Carrier. £1 ...

    Article : 136 words
  27. MYPONGA, TUESDAY 14

    Present—Mr. Masters (Chairman), Maslen, and Mayberry. The Council received a summons from Mr. Davies for £7. The Clerk to inter appearance not ...

    Article : 31 words
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