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  1. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 7 April 1849 p 4 Article
    Abstract: April 6—The ship Wuzeer, 525 tons, G. Sutherland, master, from Melbourne 28th March. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Symonds, Mr. and Mrs. Allen, in the cabi ... 1744 words
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    List of immigrants by the Mary Anne (arrival re ported in . our- last). Benj: Annear, wife and three children, James Brock, wife and two children, Win. Blur man, and wife, Alexander Bean and wife, Joseph

    Blhr.hr,' wife and child,. Christopher Boundy, wife and child, Henry Bishop, wife and four children, John Born, wife and four children, Richard Boundy, wife and five children. John Bear, wife aud four children Richard Barber, wife and child. Henry W. Bait, wift and two children, Francis Bennett, wife and thxei children, Daniel Curley, wife and child, John J. Crossman and wife, Job. 11 Harvey Carsllke, wife and child, Ueuticld Caralike and wife, Thomas Crowl and wife, John Dart, wife nnd two children, Jainci Eckersley and wife, William Grenfell, wife and threi children, Thomas Frinbath, wife and child, James Gittsham, wife and four children, Adam Hill and wife, John Harris, wife and six children, George Taple, wife and chi'd, James Roach, wife and tirn children, William Roberts, wife, and five children, John Madden and wife. Joseph Nicholas and wife, Willian Noyle, wife and five children, William Nottle wife and three children, James Sprit, wife and three children, Samuel Sowter, wife and child, Samuel Willey and wife, Peter Welsh, wife and four children, John Warn, wife and three children.

    john williams, wife and six children,

    Joseph Cook, wife and two children Henry Puddy and child, Joseph Stick and wife, William Martin and wife. Single men—Richard Dawe, Richard Boundy, George Fisher, William J/renbath, John Hill, George liill, John Palmer, Ed ward Roach, George Roach, Thomas Kistle, John Madden, Thomas Martin, George Miles, George Nettle, Francis Seventh, William Sellick, John Stan- bury, Matthew Welsh, John White, Peter Welsh. Single females— Jane Bramble, Elisabeth Ratter, Maria Bennet. Mary J. Bellman, Sarah Blackmore, Esther Carbis, Anne Casley, Grace Cesley, Philla- delphia Collins, Eilen Edwards, Sophia Kent Ger- trude Kistle, Merina Nottle. Ellen Renfrey, Jane Shillabear, Jane Trevenon, Mary Trevenon, Christina Teague, Roseanna Wel[s]h, Mary Welsh, Anna Welsh, Elizabeth Wallis, Anna Wall, Christina Williams, Jane Westlake, Maria Duddy, Elizabeth Browse.

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  2. RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Tuesday, l5th May.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 16 May 1849 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Samuel Newton, builder, of Port Adelaide, appeared to the complaint of John Williams, labourer, for refusing to pay £13 5s wages. Complainant stated ... 557 words
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  3. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 4 July 1849 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The second Subscription Concert of those accomplished musicians, Messrs Wallace & Ellard, took place on Monday evening, at the Exchange Rooms, before ... 2464 words
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  4. Thursday, 13th September.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 15 September 1849 p 3 Article
    Abstract: His Honor took his seat at half-past nine o'clock, when William Waldron labourer, was in[?]icted for stealing three iron wedges the property of Willi ... 4605 words
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  5. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.—QUARTERLY ISSUE OF LICENCES. Monday, 9th June.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 10 June 1851 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The Bench of Magistrates assembled at the Prince of Wales Tavern, for the quarterly issue and transfer of licences. The Magistrates present during th ... 2369 words
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    BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.— QUARTERLY ISSUE OF LICENCES.

    Monday, 9th June.

    The Bench of Magistrates assembled at .the Prince of Wales Tavern, for the quarterly issue and transfer of licences. The Magistrates present during the course of

    tnc day were inos. cmuert, r,sq. ^tne i;nairinanj, Messrs. Hardy, Blyth, Diitton, Hallett, l'onney, Evcrard, Berkeley, Hawker, Strangways, Ellis, Campbell, and Giles. TRANSFERS. Joseph Raisbeck to Daniel Riordan, Cornish Tavern, Rundlc-strcet. Captain Berkeley wished to know how long Mr. Raisbeck had had his licence. Mr. Hallett supposed that Mr. Richman was sure that parties applying to transfer their licences had paid for them. Mr. Richman said that if they had not paid for their li cences they could not open their houses. After some conversation amongst the members of the Bench as to the necessity of being satisfied on this subject, Mr. Raisbeck stated that he had had the licence 12 months. The transfer was, therefore, granted. Joseph Dodson to John Day, Travellers' Rest, Clare Village. Granted. Mortimer Nolan to Alexander Campbell, Clare Inn, Clare Village. Granted. John Day to William Day, Miner's Home, Armagh.

    Granted. Charles J. Harvey to William Dean, Norwich Arms, Flinders-street.

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  6. LAW AND POLICE COURTS. LOCAL COURT, ADELAIDE. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Wednesday, 16th July, 1851. | [Before H. R. Wigley, Esq., Special Magistrate, J. W. Nicholls, Esq., J.P., and E...
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 18 July 1851 p 3 Article
    Abstract: George Chandler was indicted for stealing a silver watch in the dwelling-house of John McCaffrey, at Adelaide, on the 26th April. The Advocate-Genera ... 4251 words
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  7. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.—ANNUAL ISSUE OF LICENCES. Tuesday, 11th March.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 12 March 1851 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Present—T. Gilbert, Esq., in the chair, and Messrs. Bonney, Berkeley, Tod, Mildred, Everard, and C. J. F. Campbell. Applications for Slaughtering Lic ... 1232 words
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    BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.— ANNUAL ISSUE OF LICENCES.

    Tuesday, llth March.

    Present — T. Gilbert, Esq., in the chair, and Messrs. Bonney, Berkeley, Tod, Mildred, Everard, and C. J. F. Campbell. Applications for Slaughtering Licences were ordered to

    stand over till Thursday, at 11 o'clock. RENEWALS OF PUBLICANS' GENERAL LICENCES. The following licences were granted for country districts:—

    Charles J. Harvey, Norwich Anns, Flinders-street.

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  8. INSOLVENCY NOTICES. IMPRISONED DEBTORS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 11 June 1852 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The undermentioned prisoners, confined in gaol for debt, will severally be heard on their petitions, at the Court-house, Adelaide, at the times appoi ... 641 words
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    DIVIDENDS. The following first dividends will be payable on the 15th June to those creditors of the undermentioned persons who have proved their debts: — Charles Young, of Gawler Town, publican, 2s. in the ponnd. William Dean, of the Norwich Arms, Flinders-street, Adelaide, publican, 2s. in the pound. Robert C -rr, of Grenfcll-strecVAdelaide, merchant, 10d. in the pound. - . . William Croaton Eland, of GreufeU- street, Adelaide, mer chant, 3d. in the pound.

    ADJOURNED CERTIFICATE MEETINGS. William Williams, of Walkerville, common brewer, on Saturday, 12th June, at 12. . .

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  9. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 10 June 1853 p 4 Advertising
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    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 11 June 1853 p 4 Advertising
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  11. UNCLAIMED LETTERS.—July 31, 1853.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 22 August 1853 p 3 Article
    Abstract: NOTE.—Parties applying at the Post Office for advertised letters are requested to state particularly the data of the list in which they may have obse ... 3012 words
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    Miss Williams, Miss E. Williams, Mrs. Eliza Williams,' Edward Williams, Edwin Williams, G. Williams, J. Williams, James Williams, James F. Williams, John Williams,

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  12. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 12 March 1853 p 1 Advertising
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    THIS DAY. NORWICH ARMS HOTEL, FLINDERS STREET. To be sold by auction, by SAMSON, WICKSTEED, & CO their Auction Mart, in Adelaide, on 8aturday. the 12th day of March 1858, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, order of the Trustees of the General Land and Building Company- AN UNDER LEASE, granted to the said Trustees f0r a term of 14 years from the 18th dav of August, 1850, at a peppercorn rent, of— Firstly— All that Piece or Parcel of Land part of the ONE Acre Section of Land No. 280, in the Provincial Sur vey marked with the letter A, containing in front to Flin ders-street 39 feet, with a depth of 60 feet adjoining Acland-street, bounded on the south by a private road of the depth of 10 feet made over the same Acre Section, on the east by other part of the same Acre Section, on the north by Flinders-street, and on the west by Acland-street aforsaid. Secondly— All that Piece of Land having a frontage to Acland-street aforesaid of 125 feet, with a depth of 60 feet bounded on the south by a private street made alone the southern boundary of the said Acre Section, east by other portion of the same Acre Section, north by the before-men- tioned private road, and west by Acland-street aforesaid, with a right-of-way in, through, over, and along the said private road and private street respectively. Also, an acknowledgment of a deposit of the lease of the above premises, dated the 22nd day of July, 1850 for a term of 20 years from the 24th June last, such deposit and knowledgment being an equitable mortgage of the premises. By the last mentioned lease a yearly rental of £22 is reserved. On this property is erected that substantial Seven- roomed House now or lately known as the Norwich Arms. For further particulars enquire of Mr. N. Summers, Secretary of the General Land and Building Company, and anl of the Auctioneers.

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  13. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 7 March 1853 p 1 Advertising
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    NORWICH ARMS HOTEL, FLINDERS STREET. To be sold by auction, by SAMSON, WICKSTEED, & CO. At their Auction Mart-, in Adelaide, on Saturday, the 12th day of March, 1853, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, by order of the Trustees of. the General Land and Building Company — . . . AN UNDER LEASE, granted to the said Trustees for a term of 14 years, from the 18th day of August, 1850, at a peppercorn rent, of— Firstly— All that Piece or Parcel of Land part of the One Acre Section of Land No. 280, in the Provincial Sur vey marked with the letter A, containing in front to Flin ders-street 39 feet, with a depth of .60 feet adjoining Acland-street, bounded on the south by a private, road of the depth of 10 feet made over the same Acre Section, on the east by other part of the same Acre Section, on the north by Flinders-street, and on the west by Acland-street aforesaid. ... Secondly— All that Piece of Land having a frontage to Acland-street aforesaid of 125 feet, with a depth of 60 feet, bounded on the south by a private street made along the southern boundary of the Raid Acre Section, east by other portion of the same Acre Section, north by the before-men tioned private road, and west by Acland-street aforesaid, with a right-of-way in, through, over, and along the said private road and private street respectively. ??;? Also, an acknowledgment of a deposit of the lease of the above premises, dated the 22nd day of July, 1850, for a term of 20 years from the 24th June last, such deposit and acknowledgment being an equitable mortgage of the pre- pises. By the last mentioned lease a yearly rental of £22 is reserved. On this property is erected that substantial Seven roomed House now or lately known as the Norwich Arms. .... For further particulars enquire of Mr. N. Summers, Secretary of the General Land and Building Company, anl of the Auctioneers.

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  14. INSOLVENCY NOTICES. DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 5 May 1854 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Henry Hyam Solomon, late or Pine-street, Adelaide, general dealer, bat now of Currie-street, general dealer, 2nd May. AUDITS. 138 words
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    William Dean, of the Norwich Arms, Flinders street, Adelaide, licensed victualler, and formerly of the Irish Harp, .Sandy Creek, licensed victualler; Thursday 25th May, at 2.

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  15. INSOLVENCY NOTICES. DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 7 April 1854 p 3 Article
    Abstract: James Kemp, of Osmond-terrace, Norwood, watchmaker, and formerly of Brown-street, Adelaide, accused victualler. PROOF OF DEBTS. 120 words
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    AUDITS. Joseph Henry Walker, of Rund'.e-stroct, Adelaide, builder; on Monday, April 24th, at 2. Thomas Hope, of Hiudley- street, Adelaide, grocer ; on Monday, April 24th, at 2. William Dean, of the Norwich Arms Flinders street, Adelaide, licensed victualler, and formerly of the Irish Harp, licensed victualler ; on Monday, May 1st, at 2.

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  16. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. Tuesday, 14th March.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 15 March 1854 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Present—T. Gilbart, Esq. (in the chair), Messrs. Stevenson, Grainger. Mildred, and Today. The Bench met by adjournment, at 11 o'clock. PUBLICANS' GEN ... 1330 words
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    NEW GENERAL LICENCES. John Williams, Norwich Arms, Flinders-street. Granted.

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  17. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 30 June 1855 p 1 Advertising
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  18. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. MONDAY, MARCH 12.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 13 March 1855 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Present—G. Stevenson, Esq. (in the chair), Dr. Woodford, H. Mildred, Esq., C. Bonncy, Esq., and E. Stirling, Esq. J. H. Fisher, Esq., Chairman of the ... 753 words
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    PUBLICANS' GENERAL LICENCES GRANTED

    . Williams, John, Norwich Arms. Flinders-street.

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  19. Advertising
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 4 August 1855 p 3 Advertising
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    WANTED, SITUATION as HOUSE KEEPER or COOK, by an English Female, aged
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    32 ; has had considerable, experience in high families in England, and also in the colony. Apply at W. Williamson's, Norwich Arms Inn, Flinders-street. 216'9k

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  20. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, MARCH 11. ADJOURNED MEETING.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 12 March 1856 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    BENCH OP MAGISTRATES.

    TUESDAY, MABCH 11. ABJOURNED MEETING

    Present— Messrs Mildred (in the chair), Lazar Lip- son, Hamilton, and Colley. GENERAL LICENCES GRANTED W. J. Forester, River Gilbert. Geo. James, Norfolk Arms, Rundle street. On the application of Joseph Kelly, Clonmellan Hotel, Currie-strcet, an objection was raised by the police that improper characters frequented the house, and that obstruction had been offered when suspicious charac ters were being sought for. The Bench granted the licence, with a cantion to the landlord as to his duty in those respects for the future. John William, Norwich Arms, Flinders-sheet

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  21. Family Notices
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 3 November 1856 p 2 Family Notices
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    MARRIED. On the 30th ultimo, by special licence, at the Parsonage, Alberton, by the Rev. E. Bayfield, Mr. Alexander Gray, chief officer of. the Nonpareil, to Miss Mary Annie, second daughter of Mr. John Williams, Norwich Arms, Flinders-street

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  22. ADJOURNED BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, MARCH 24.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 25 March 1857 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Present—Messrs. H. Mildred, M.P. (in the chair), R. B. Colley, T. Gilbert, the Major of Adelaide, and (in the afternoon) Mr. W. Giles, Captain Lipson ... 3382 words
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  23. CITY ASSESSMENT.—COURT OF APPEAL. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 11. [Before His Worship the Mayor, and Councillors Martin, Higginaon, and Baldwin.] GREY WARD. PERSONAL APPLICATIONS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 12 March 1857 p 2 Article
    Abstract: A. Renick—Two cottages, Flinders-street, £5½. Reduced to £30. H. D. Hilton—Two coltages and vacant land, Angas-street, £60. Reduced to £50. 1108 words
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    CITY ASSESSMENT.— COURT OF APPEAL.

    WSDHESDAY. MARCH 11. [Before His Worship the Mayor, and Councillors Martin Higginson, and Baldwin.] GREY WARD PERSONAL APPLICATIONS.

    ohn Williams— Norwich Arms Inn and land, Flin- ders-street £115. Reduced to £70.

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  24. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. H. Mildred, J.P.]
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Friday 17 December 1858 p 4 Article
    Abstract: UNLAWFUL PURPOSE.—George Worrall and Harriett Lewis were charged with having been in the stable of the Adelaide Hotel, the previous evening, at five ... 786 words
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  25. POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. H. Mildred, M.P.]
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Friday 17 December 1858 p 3 Article
    Abstract: THE PUBLICANS ACT.—Joseph Wilson was charged with retailing spirituous liquors, he not being the holder of a publican's general licence. The Crown So ... 918 words
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    POLICE COURTS.

    Adelaide: Thurday, December 16 [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., andMr. II. .Mildred M PI]

    THE PUBLICANS ACT.— Joseph Wilson was charged with retailing spirituous liquors, he not being tho holder of a publican's general licence. The Crown Solicitor appeared to support tho information, and Mr. Wigley

    for the defendant. It appeared from tha evidence for the prosecution that the licence of the Norwich Arms Flinders-street, was granted to John Williams in March, 1853, and the business was still being carried on in his name, but on the day named in the information (December 8) two constables went into the house and were served by the defendant. Police-trooper Statton stated that he knew Williams, who was a brewer at Augaston The defendant pleaded that he was acting as barman for Mr. Williams; but on Mr. Williams, whom he called in support of his statement, beiug cross-examined, he said he was living at Nuriootpa, and had, in consequence of ill-health, been obliged to givo up the business of the Norwich Arms. He gave up the house in June last to Mr. Wilson. Tho Court convicted the defendant of the offence and fined him £ 10.— There was another information laid against George Atkinson for a like offence tho previous day at the same house, but, on the advice of His Worship, it was withdrawn — There was also an information against John Williams, of Angaston, for that he, being tho holder of a licence for the Norwich Arms, did unlawfully permit Joseph Wilson, an unlicensed and unauthorized person, to ap pear to tho public, and to become virtually and in effect the keeper of the said house. Tho defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined £5.

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  26. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. MONDAY, MARCH 8.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 9 March 1858 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Present—The Hon. J. H. Fisher (In the chair), the mayor of Adelaide the Mayor of Glenelg, Messrs. T. Gilbert, S. Tomkinson, G. E. Hamilton, F. Bayer, ... 2058 words
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    BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.

    Monday March 8.

    Present— The Hon. J. H. Fisher (in the chair), the Mayor of Adelaide, the Mayor of Glenelg, Messrs. T. Hubert, S. Tomkinson, G. E. Hamilton, F. Bayer, and A.L Hardy, and during the day several other Magistrates.

    The following applications for renewal to old licensed houses were granted :—

    John Williams, Norwich Arms, Flinders-street.

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  27. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2. (Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Inspector Hamilton, J.P.)
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Monday 4 October 1858 p 3 Article
    Abstract: DISORDERLY.—Charles S[?]anson was charged with being found on the premises of William Shepherd, and having no visible means of support. As the charge ... 619 words
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  28. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. ADJOURNED MEETING. MONDAY, DECEMBER 20.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 21 December 1858 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Present—Inspector Hamilton, Messrs, T. Gilbert, Alfred Hardy, and R. B. Colley. TRANSFER OF GENERAL LICENCES GRANTED. John Smith to John McEwen, Smit ... 102 words
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    BENCH OE MAGISTRATES

    ADJOURNED MEETING. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30

    Presentt-Inspector Hamilton, Messrs, T. Gilbert, Alfred Hardy, and B. B, Colley. TRANSFER OF GENERA LICENCES GRANTED John Smith to John MoEwen, Smith's Hotel, Gawler. John Williams to Joseph Wilson. Norwich Arms. Flin

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  29. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Tuesday 21 December 1858 p 2 Article
    Abstract: A meeting of the Bench of Magistrates for granting and transferring licences took place to-day according to adjournment. Present—Messrs. George Hamil ... 80 words
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    PUBLICANS' LICENCES-TRANSFERS.

    Norwich Arms, Flinders-street- -Transfer granted from John Williams to Joseph Wilson. Mr. Belt supported the application.

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  30. QUARTERLY LICENSING MEETING.
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Tuesday 14 September 1858 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The quarterly licensing meeting was held on Monday, at the Local Court. The Magistrates present were Messrs. A. Blyth, M.P., S. Tomkinson, A. Watts, ... 429 words
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    WITHDRAWAL.

    Mr. Belt withdrew the application for a transfer of the Norwich Arms, Flinders-street, from John Williams to Joseph Wilson.

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  31. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. ANNUAL MEETING. MONDAY, MARCH 14.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 15 March 1859 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Present—The Hon. J. H. Fisher (Chairman), the Hon. A. Blyth, Mr. Mildred, M.P, Mr. Milne, M.P.. Mr. Hay, M.P., Mr. R. B. Colley, the Mayor of Glenelg ... 2281 words
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    BENCH OP MAGISTRATES.

    ANNUAL MEETING. MONDAY. MARCH 14

    Present— The Hon. J. H. Fisher {Chairman), the hod. A. Blyth, Mr. Mildred, M.P, Mr. Milne, M.P., Mr. Hay, M.P., Mr. B. B. Colley, the Mayor of Glenelg, and several other Magistrates during the day.

    The following applications for the renewal of publicans' general licences were granted :—

    Joseph Wilson, Norwich Arms, Flinders-street,

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  32. ADELAIDE RACES. BALLOTING FOR BOOTHS.
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Tuesday 19 April 1859 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Mr. W. Filgate attended on Monday, 18th April, at the Globe Hotel, Rundle-street, at 3 o'clock p.m., to ballot for the sites for booths at the forthc ... 391 words
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    The following publicans only will have booths on the course at the forthcoming races :

    1. Henry Skelton, Bath Hotel, Norwood.

    2. Thomas Kelly, West-terrace Hotel, Weymouth

    street.

    3. George Rogers, Clarendon Hotel, Hindley-street.

    4. William Haven, White Conduit House, North

    street.

    5. George Jolly, Elephant and Castle, West-terrace.

    6. John Gason, Yorke's Peninsula Inn, Currie-street. 7. Thomas Jacques, Foresters' and Squattera' Ar s,

    Thebarton.

    8. John Honey, Beehive Botel, Bay-road.

    9. Patrick McCarron, Railway Tavern, Borden.

    10. William Hall, Cumberland Arms, Elizabeth

    street.

    11. Joseph Wilson, Norwich Arms, Flinders-street.

    12. Wilham'Dryer, Prince Albert Hotel, Wright-street. 13. Louis Weichard, White Hart Hotel, Port Adelaide. 14. James Munro, Magill.

    The meeting separated* shortly after 4 o'clock.

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  33. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. ADELAIDE: MONDAY, MARCH 13. [Before Mr. H. Mildred (in the chair), Mr. S.Tomkinson, His Worship the Mayor, Mr. F. S. Dutton, J.P., Mr. T. Hilbert, J.P. Inspec...
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 13 March 1860 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The following applications for renewal of publicans' old general licences were granted:— "Adolph Heinrich Frederick Bortells, King of Hanover, Randle ... 2179 words
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    Joseph Wilson, Norwich Arm?, Flinders-street, Ade laide.

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  34. ANNUAL LICENSING BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. MONDAY, MARCH 12.
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Tuesday 13 March 1860 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Present—Messrs. H. Mildred. J.P. (Chairman). S. Tomkinson, J.P., F. S. Dutton, J.P., T. Gilbert. J.P., McEllister, J.P., John Hector, J.P., the Mayor ... 2133 words
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    Joseph Wilson, Norwich Arms, Flinders-street, Adelaide. There was a report by the Inspector of Police unfavorable to the conduct of this house, and stating that the reputed bar- man was a " Swan River man," and that the place was the constant haunt of bad characters. Adjourned.

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  35. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. MONDAY, MARCH 11.
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Tuesday 12 March 1861 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Present—Sir J. H. Fisher (Chairman), His Worship the Mayor. C. S. Hare. J.P., John Hector, J. P., and [?]. Mildred, J.P. The Bench sat this day, for ... 2022 words
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    BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.

    MONDAY, MARCH 11.

    Present-Sir J. H. Fisher (Chairman), His Worship the Mayor. C. S. Hare. J.P., John Hector, J.P., and

    H. Mildred, J. P.

    The Bench sat this day. for the purpose of receiving applications and granting Publicans' General Licences : also, Storekeepers', Auctioneers'. Cattle Slaughtering,

    and Pawnbrokers' Licences,

    LIST OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE RENEWAL OF PUB-

    LICANS' GENERAL LICENCES.

    GRANTED.

    Alexander Cock, Norwich Arms, Flinders-street.

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    GRAY On the 18th September, at her residence, Middle-street, Chippendale, Mrs. Alexander Gray, Jun., of a son.

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  39. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27.
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Wednesday 28 September 1864 p 3 Article
    Abstract: (Before H. Mildred. Hon. E. McEllister. S. Beddome. P.M., His Worship the Mayor, P. Santo, M.P., and Inspector Hamilton.] TRANSFERS OF PUBLICANS' GEN ... 236 words
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    TRANSFERS OF PUBLICANS' GENERAL LICENCES.

    John Baker to James Hyland. Norwich Arms, Flinders - street Granted.

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    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 21 September 1865 p 1 Family Notices
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    On the 18th instant, at her residence, Middle-street, Chippen- dale, Mrs. Alexander Gray, jun., of a son.

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  41. POLICE COURT.—ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Before Messrs. 3. Beddome, P.M., P. Santo, M.P., and Dr. T. Ward, Ward, J.P.]
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Monday 20 November 1865 p 3 Article
    Abstract: DRUNKENNESS.-George Smith and Fanny Marshall were fined 58. for being drunk on the preceding day. Master and Servant.— William Milne Grant was ordere ... 1885 words
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  42. POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 19. Before Messrs. S. Beddome. P.M. H. Mildred.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 20 November 1867 p 3 Article
    Abstract: S. M., J. Jacob, J.P., and H.E. Bright, J.P. William Elson, charged with forging a cheque for £5, pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Ingleby ... 1541 words
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  43. No. IIL—OUR BREWERIES.
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Saturday 20 June 1868 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Beer brewing is a branch of industry which dates back to the earliest years of the colony, and which has, amidst many difficulties, been brought to t ... 2711 words
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    SEE ARTICLE FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON "OUR BREWERIES"

    Country Breweries.—ln addition to the above breweries there are in country places numerous others of more or less im- portance, which help to supply the local demands in their respective neighbor- hoods. The following, we are given to understand, includes the names of the principal other brewers :—Messrs. Craw- ford & Co. (Hindmarsh) ; Messrs. Ball and Huntley (Walkerville); Johnson Brothers (Oakbank); W. H. Williams (Burra); Mrs. Filgate (Clare); Robinson (Auburn); R. Fotheringham (Gawler); T. Fotheringham (Kapunda); E. Diitton (Goolwa); Nankervis (Wallaroo); Knap- man (Port Adelaide); Sharp & Anderson (MacDonnell Bay); Gebhardt (Mount Gambler and Penola); R. Anderson (Mount Gambier); B. Gray (Little Hampton); F. W. Kleinschmidt (Lobe- thal); Williams (Angas Park) ; and J. Bryan (Strathalbyn).

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  44. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1868. COLONIAL MANUFACTORIES. OUR BREWERIES.—No. III.
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Saturday 30 May 1868 p 2 Article
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    SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1868.

    COLONIAL MANUFACTORIES. OUR BREWERIES.—No. III.

    Beer brewing is a branch of industry which dates back to the earliest years of the colony, and which has, amidst many difficulties, been brought to the position

    of excellence and efficiency in which it is at present found. The days of " heavy wet," when a glass of colonial beer was almost synonymous to a splitting head ache, have gone by, and a fine palateable, wholesome article is now turned out, which bids fair to compete successfully with the imported English beer for general use. Of course, old prejudices have to be conquered, and the taste trained for the colonial ales, before it can be expected that they will become tho roughly popular amongst the beer drinking portion of the community. These prejudices are gradually being over come, and the very capital ale which is brewed now at some of the breweries is fast becoming a favorite drink. From the subjoined notices of the several breweries in and near Ade laide, to say nothing of the many similar establishments which exist in the country I districts, it will be readily seen that this industry has attained such proportions i and magnitude as to entitle it to a place amongst the leading manufactures of South Australia. The brewing opera tions are conducted on much the same principle at all the breweries, though of course there are differences in the con stituents used in untiring beer, which it is not necessary to specify, and which, even if it were, the brewers might reasonably object to being indicated. Each brewer has from past experience sought to perfect his particular brew with such ingredients as seem to him to be most desirable. Such being the case it will not be necessary to repeat a detailed ac count of the various processes conducted at each of the beer manufactories. As a preliminary, however, we must briefly describe the process of malfirig malt. English malt is, we believe, principally used by the brewers, but a large quantity of colonial barley is malted also. Some of the brewers state that more colonial barley would be used if greater care was taken by the fanners in dressing the i grain. At present the barley is some- i times bo skinned or broken by the machine as to be wholly unfit for mairing purposes. The malt is made thus :—A quantity of barley, sufficient, say, for one brew, is steeped for a number of hours in water. Thence it is removed from the steeping tank and placed upon floors. At first it is thrown together in a pretty high heap, the heat which is generated from the wet barley causing the grain to spring or germinate. As soon as the germ begins to show itself the barley is spread in thin layers over the floor, and is being constantly moved and turned until the natural process of germination has finished. The germ of the grain takes all the bitter ingredients from the barley, and leaves only the saccharine matter in it. When the barley has lain sufficiently long on the malting floors it is put into a kiln and thoroughly dried. It is then bagged and stored ready for use. When a brew is about to be made the malt is weighed out and carried to a large screen or sieve, where the germs of the grain are entirely removed. The barley then falls between rollers, where it is crushed, and the next thing is to put it into a mash tub. This is a large tub with a false bottom. Hot water is poured on to the barley, and the whole is con tinually mashed and knocked about.

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  45. THE BUSH MISSIONARY " WILLIAM."
    The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893) Thursday 8 April 1869 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The Wallaroo Times furnishes the subjoined interesting references to " William," the bush missionary. After referring to the Bushman's Home movement, ... 456 words
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  46. THE HOTTEST CITY IN AUSTRALIA.
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    Abstract: THE capital of South Australia is reputed the hottest of all the cities that are chiefly inhabited by the English race, and as I neared it through th ... 4079 words
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  47. Advertising
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  49. VICTORIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 23 May 1870 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Almost contemporaneously with the official returns of wheat cultivation in South Australia for 1869-70 the Registrar-General of Victoria has publishe ... 4674 words
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    CELLAR ACCIDENT— Mrs. Williams, wife of Mr. John Williams, of Angas Park Brewery, went to Lyndoch with her husband on business, aud stopped at Mr. Schue's, Barossa Hotel. Mr. Williams and Mr. Schue were in the cellar, when she coming out of the private sitting-room fell through the trap, which had been left open. She was conveved to her home resting on a sofa placed in Mr. O. Sobel's buggy, the 12 miles having to be gone over at a walking pace. -Dr. Aylifte, of Angaston, has been constantly in attendance, and everything possible has been done to alleviate pain and ensure recovery. Mrs. Williamss left leg was broken near the hip. In many instances the inside opening to cellars in hotels is close by the entrance to the private ritting-room, generally speaking behind tho bar, so that the bar has to be crossed to arrive at the sitting-room. Those living in a house, or fre quenting it, may be so accustomed to the situa tion that it is never dreamed an accident could occur, and yet if trap-doors are left open for a few minutes, any one not thoroughly conversant with the position may enter or go out of the sitting-room, and a serious accident occur, re sulting in broken limbs or even a violent death. Recently more , than one such accident has occurred, and we now note that at Gawler a few days ago the daughter of Mr. Frankel, five years old, fell down the opening of a cellar-light, and broke her collar-bone. She is, however, doing well.

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  51. OBITUARY.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 13 July 1876 p 6 Article
    Abstract: DEATH OF A VETERAN.—Our obituary contains a notice if the death of Mr. Joseph Gobey, a well-known resident of Hinddmarsh during the past 0 years. The ... 1114 words
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    Death of an Old Colonist.— On Thursday. June 29, Mr. John Williams, brewer, an old and respected resident of Nuriootpa, died deeply mourned by his widow, his children, and all these who had the pleasure of being intimately acquainted with him. He reached the age of 70, and had been ailing for several years.

    The funeral took place on Saturday, July 1, and was largely at tended. The Rev. R. N. Morria, from Angaston, conducted service


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    Death Notice
    WILLIAMS.— On the 29th June, at his residence, Nuriootpa, after a long illness, John Williams, brewer, formerly of Devon, England, aged 70 years; a colonist of 27 years. Arrived in Australia on shipping vessel Mary Ann with wife, age 43
    Birth 1806, Deven, England

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    Death Notice
    WILLIAMS.— On the 30th October, at Angas Park, Elizabeth, relict of the late John Williams, of Angaa Park, brewer, aged 74 years.
    30 years in South Australia.
    Arrived on Mary Ann 1849, age 44 years
    Birth 1805, Devon, England

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    WILLIAMS— On the 30th October, at Angas Park, Elizabeth, relict of the late John Williams, of Angas Park, brewer, aged 74 years.

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  55. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 30 October 1880 p 2 Article
    Abstract: BUTTFIELD-On the 9th October, at Beltana, the wife of Felix M. Buttfield, of a son. Both doing well. CARLIN.— On the 3rd October, at Revendale, Port ... 2358 words
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  57. Advertising
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    WILLIAMS - On the 8th August, at Redruth, after a long and painful illness, Christina Williams, aged 64 years. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord."

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    WOOLFITT-WILLIAMS.-On the 26th Ootober, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. G. W. Kendrew. William, son of Moses Woolfitt, to Sarah Jane, danghter of the late John Williams, both of Strathalbyn

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  61. MISCELLANEOUS. Orroroo, August 20.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 21 August 1894 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The Orroroo Agricultural society met on Saturday afternoon, with Mr. James Jamieson (president) in the chair, and arranged for the forthcoming show. 176 words
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  66. MILDURA.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Monday 23 June 1902 p 5 Article
    Abstract: June 14.—On Thursday, June 12, the anniversary of Wilmansrust disaster, Mr. J. A. McNee (chairman of the Working Men's Club) unveiled a tablet electe ... 398 words
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  67. THE COUNTRY.
    The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Monday 30 June 1902 p 6 Article
    Abstract: AUBURN, June 27.—Mr. H. Moss, who has had charge of the state school during the past six months, left this afternoon. A number of children and friend ... 2311 words
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  68. THE LICENSING BENCH 37 HOTELS TO BE CLOSED.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 10 March 1909 p 8 Article
    Abstract: The Police Court was uncomfortably crowded on Tuesday, when the Licensing Bench sat to hear applications for the renewals of licenses for the sale of 2924 words
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  69. OBITUARY.
    The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Tuesday 11 September 1928 p 30 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Henry Williams, of Unley, who died last week, was the youngest of a family of six, who with their parents arrived by the China in 1847. The fathe ... 172 words
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    WOOLFITT-On the lOth June, at Strathalbyn. Sarah Jane, relict of William Woolfitt and loving mother of Tot and Grace, aged 78 years.

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  71. COUNTRY BREWERIES.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 25 July 1868 p 3 Article
    Abstract: We continue our notices of breweries out of Adelaide with the subjoined:— KNAPMAN'S BREWERY, PORT ADELAIDE. This establishment, which has been in ope ... 1051 words
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  72. BREWERIES. KNAPMAN'S BREWERY, PORT ADELAIDE.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 15 August 1868 p 4 Article
    Abstract: This establishment, which has been in operation for about three years, is situated at the rear of the White Horse Cellars Hotel, at the corner of the ... 1142 words
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  73. THE BREWERIES OF ADELAIDE AND ITS SUBURBS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 20 June 1868 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The progress made in this colony by the branch of industry known as beer-brewing has been very marked. Twenty-five years ago it was carried on in Sou ... 6804 words
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  74. THE BREWERIES OF ADELAIDE AND ITS SUBURBS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 1 June 1868 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The progress made in this colony by the branch af industry known as beer-brewing has been very marked. Twenty-five years ago it was carried on in Sou ... 7021 words
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  75. COUNTRY BREWERIES.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 9 July 1868 p 2 Article
    Abstract: We subjoin brief notes of some of the country breweries, and hope to be able to publish the rest shortly:— MR. T. FORTHERINGHAM'S BREWERY, GAWLER. 2380 words
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  76. ST. PAUL'S, PORT ADELAIDE
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Thursday 27 June 1929 p 9 Article
    Abstract: The 65th consecration anniversary or the second St. Paul's, Port Adelaide, occurred on June 26. The first St. Paul's was built on piles, and because 762 words
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