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  2. SHIPPING NEWS.

    Monday, August 13[?]Marion, steamer, 124 tons, McCoy, master, from Ports Lincoln and Augusta. Passengers[?] The Lord Bishop of Adelaide, Mrs. Mortlock and 2 children, Messrs. Bonney, Low, Montgomery, Love, Warburton, ...

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  3. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.

    rived at Heads, 6.15, Jeddo, R.M. steamer, Point de Galle. 13th—Clarendon, brig, Newcastle. Sailed, 12th—Eagle, U.S. ship, Hong Kong. Royal Shepherd, Launceston. 13th—Jeddo, ...

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  4. PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.

    THE LORDS AND THE PAPEB DUTY.—Lord Granville, in moving the second readirg, laid his grounds very broadly. He objected to the tax because it is a bad tax; and because the assent of the Commons and ...

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    THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNORSHIP.—On Monday last, at the Kapunda banquet, His Excellency stated that despatches had arrived from England appointing Sir Charles Cooper to ...

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    FREEMASONEY.—We are informed that by this mail a communication has been received from the Grand Secretary of England, notifying that the M.W. the Grand Master, the Earl of ...

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    THE SUB-MARIN[?] CABLE AND LIGHTHOUSE. —Advices from England state that the purchase of the sub-marine cable, and also of the Lighthouse for Point Marsden have been finally ...

    Article : 69 words
  8. THE SCREW-STEAMER ALDINGA.

    We extract from the Greenock Advertiser the following paragraphs relative to this boat. As our readers are aware, she is designed to run between Adelaide and Melbourne, in place of the ill-fated ...

    Article : 611 words
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    THE PORT ROAD.—The Commissioner of Public Works has lost no time in carrying into effect the resolution of the House of Assembly with respect to the vote of £5,000 for the repair ...

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    CONTBACTS FOR FIREWOOD.—A large quantity of firewood—consisting of peppermint and other good descriptions, has just been delivered at Roseworthy Station—between Gawler Town and ...

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  11. THE GREAT NORTHERN COPPER COMPANY.

    The following extracts in reference to this Company are from the Mining Journal of June 6th:— The promulgation of the prospectus of the Great Northern Copper Mining Company of South ...

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  12. SHIP MAILS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 92 words
  13. COLONIAL MANUFACTURE.

    We had an opportunity yesterday of inspecting a break van [?]recently constructed a the Railway workshops, Bewden, from designs prepared in the Engineer's office, for use on the Northern Railway, between Gawler ...

    Article : 661 words
  14. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 39 words
  15. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 91 words
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    THE OPENING OF THE RAILWAY to Kapunda took place on Monday, August 13, and went off with great eclat. Some 500 people from Adelaide and its vicinity went down on the occasion, ...

    Article : 299 words
  17. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 70 words
  18. The Advertiser.

    MR. DUTTON has intimated his intention of moving that henceforward the declaration of hundreds in this colony shall vest in the Legislalature, and not in the Commissioner of Crown ...

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  19. W. W. STABLES & CO[?]S MONTHLY CIRCULAR.

    Our tables of exports during the month of May, show, in the aggregate, a very heavy increase overthe transactions of the previous month. This, was anticipated, but hardly to the extent to which we find ...

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    ARTILLEBY.—Two gun detachments of the Port Artillery marched to the beach on Saturday, the 11th ins t., for gun practice. On arriving at Sandridge (the name (riven to the locality adjoining the Semaphore ...

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    DEATH OF ADMIRAL HAWKER.—We regret to state that the Hon. G. C. Hawker, Speaker of the House of Assembly of this province, was prevented being at the Kapunda demonstration ...

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  22. MARKET REPOET.

    The Corn Market has been very quiet to-day. Prices are: wheat, dray-lads, 6s. 9d.; parcels at the Port, 7s. per bushel. Flour, £17 to £17 10s. MILLERS' QUOTATIONS. ...

    Article : 194 words
  23. PORT ADELAIDE CUSTOMS RETURNS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 747 words
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