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  2. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    By the Aldinga our Victorian files are extended to the 5th instant. The most important items of intelgence are those respecting the Victorian Exploring Expedition, and the dissolution of Parliament. We ...

    Article : 776 words
  3. LOCAL COURT—RIVERTON.

    REED V. GRADY.—Charged on an information for rescue of cattle in the custody of the informant on their way to the pound. REED V. GRADY.—Charged on information with assault ...

    Article : 526 words
  4. TEATREE GULLY.

    Meeting for Election of Councillors.—Messrs. Duncan, Haines, sen., K. Smith, A, Kirk, D. Dow, and G. Foulis. The poll resulted as follows:—Smith, 43; Duncan, 42; Haines, 32; Kirk, 20; Dow, 8; Foulis, 7. The Chairman ...

    Article : 99 words
  5. MACCLESFIELD.

    Present—Messrs. S. Ellis (in the chair); W. Natt, and S. Robinson. Mr. Warman's (Constable) account, 1l. 10s., to be paid. The retiring Council directs attention to applications made for repairing roads. Clerk to get accounts audited ...

    Article : 195 words
  6. MUNNO PARA WEST.

    Annual meeting of ratepayers for the election of Councillors and Auditors for current year. Nine persons were proposed and seconded; a poll was demanded, and at 4 o'clock the Chairman declared Messrs. John S. Turner, ...

    Article : 69 words
  7. CLARE

    Ratepayers met for election of Councillors and Auditors. Seven candidates were proposed for Councillors and six for Auditors. Messrs. Hanniford, Webb, and Ninnes were elected Councillors; Messrs. Betteridge and Roach were ...

    Article : 37 words
  8. WEST TORRENS.

    Annual meeting of ratepayers for election of Councillors and Auditors, when the following gentlemen were re-elected Councillors:—Messrs. C. J. Everard, Plympton Ward; C. M. Pearson, Thebarton Ward; J. Hemmingway, ...

    Article : 44 words
  9. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    CHIMNEY ON FIRE.—Lewen May was charged by Inspector Reading with allowing his chimney flue to take fire in Hindley-street, on 25th ultimo. The defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 1l. and costs. ...

    Article : 443 words
  10. KONDOPARINGA.

    A meeting of ratepayers at Meadows Inn, and at Mr. John Kirkham's residence. Finniss Flat, for electing Councillors; nine persons were nominated. After a poll the following were declared elected:—Charles Nottage, William ...

    Article : 65 words
  11. INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF 1862.

    A meeting of the members of the Committee appointed to arrange for the transmission of articles, the produce of the colony, for display at the Great International Exhibition of 1862, was held on Saturday morning, at the Institute, ...

    Article : 907 words
  12. MUNNO PARA EAST.

    Meeting for election of Councillors and Auditors. Mr. H. McLaren in the chair. Six gentlemen were proposed for Councillors; a poll being taken Messrs. Ifould, Butler, and Scoular were elected. Messrs. W. Innes and R. Paterson ...

    Article : 46 words
  13. HINDMARSH.

    Election of Councillors. Woodville Ward: Mr. J. C. Ferguson was re-elected. Findon Ward: Mr. James Copley was elected. Reedbeds Ward: Mr. Robert Goddard was elected. Messrs. Tait and Wylde were elected Auditors. ...

    Article : 38 words
  14. WALKERVILLE.

    Messrs. Clark and Field attended. No quorum, and no business transacted. MONDAY, JULY 1. Meeting of ratepayers for election of Councillors and ...

    Article : 66 words
  15. POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE.

    OBTAINING GOODS BY FALSE PRETENCES.—Charles Clark, alias Thomas Cannon, was charged with obtaining sundry articles of apparel trom C.R. Fleetwood, under false pretences. C. [?]. Fleetwood deposed that prisoner came to his ...

    Article : 242 words
  16. PORT GAWLER.

    Meeting of ratepayers to elect three Councillors. Mr. William McCord in the chair. Seven candidates were proposed. A poll being taken, the Chairman declared-Messrs. Doudy, Pedrich, and Stephens elected as Councillors, and ...

    Article : 45 words
  17. PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA.

    Meeting for election of Councillors. Mr. W. Gardner was elected for Port Elliot Ward; Mr. John Allen for Goolwa Ward; and Mr. Michael Wardle for Hindmarsh Valley Ward. ...

    Article : 36 words
  18. WILLUNGA.

    Meeting of the ratepayers to elect Councillors. Eight candidates having been nominated, a [?]oll was taken, when Messrs. T. Marshall, J. Bastian, and Richard Logan were declared duly elected. Messrs. R. Atkinson and [?]. Hodges ...

    Article : 44 words
  19. THE VICTORIAN EXPLORING EXPEDITION.

    To-day we are enabled to present our readers with a detailed history of the recent movements of the several parties of the Victorian Exploring Expedition, except that of Mr. Burke ...

    Article : 6,016 words
  20. EAST TORRENS.

    Animal meeting of ratepayers for election of Councillors and Auditors. Mr. James Cobbledick in the chair. Seven persons were proposed as Councillors, and three as Anditors. A poll being taken, Messrs. Playford, Pascoe, and Mitchell ...

    Article : 50 words
  21. THE NEW DEVON MINING COMPANY.

    An adjourned meeting of the shareholders in the above Company took place at the Norfolk Arms. Rundle--street, on Saturday, July 6, in accordance with the following resolution, passed the previous (Friday) evening:— ...

    Article : 1,959 words
  22. MOUNT BARKER.

    Meeting of ratepayers to elect Councillors Mr.F. May in the chair. Eight persons were proposed as Councillors. Messrs. John Dunn, jun., Samuel Baker, and Benjamin Gray were elected Messrs. F.T. Smith and A.W. ...

    Article : 45 words
  23. BAROSSA EAST.

    Annual meeting of ratepayers. Messrs. Adolph Altmann, Henry Peake, and Michael Menzel were elected Councillors, and Messrs. August Munchenbury and Hermann Pilz, as Auditors, A unanimous wish was expressed that no ...

    Article : 43 words
  24. HIGHERCOMBE.

    Present—Messrs. O.F. Boord(Chairman), Gollop, Klopper, and Kolwes. Received road deed order for Blackhill-road, between Houghton and Inlgewood. Mr. Squibb to assist to audit accounts with Mr. Dordy. Twenty yards more gravel ...

    Article : 87 words
  25. PARA WIRRA.

    Annual meeting for electing Councillors and Anditors. Fourteen candidates were nominated as Councillors. A poll being taken, Messrs. Farmer, Giddinga, Logan, and Harvey were elected Councillors; and Messrs. Blackham and Dillon, ...

    Article : 48 words
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    MINING INTELLIGENCE.—No news from Walaroo or Tipara of any fresh discov[?]ries of importance was received by Saturday's mail, but the intelligence from the various mines on the Peninsula continues ...

    Article : 830 words
  27. RAPID BAY.

    Meeting to elect Councillore and Auditors. Mr. J. C. Leonard, Chairman. Six persons were proposed for Councillors, and Messrs. W. Randall, James Leonard, and Henry Hill were proposed as Auditors. At the close of the poll ...

    Article : 59 words
  28. NOARLUNGA.

    Meeting to elect Councillors in the place of Messrs. J. Gribble, G. Yates, and F. Mauning, who retire by rotation, and Auditors for the ensuing year. The following gentlemen were proposed as Councillors:—Messrs. James Clark, ...

    Article : 100 words
  29. BRIGHTON.

    Present—Messrs. Hamilton (Chairman), Brockmeyer, Sanderson, and Waters. Tenders accepted for culvert on road through Darlington; also for stone on road near W. Macklin's, Sturt. Letters from Mr. J. Cocking, ...

    Article : 150 words
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    SOUTH AUSTRALIAN YACHTING AND ROWING CLUB.—On Saturday afternoon, Port Adelaide was the scene of a very agreeable reunion, of which the principal attractions were a rowing match, and a luncheon ...

    Article : 465 words
  31. ANGASTON.

    Election of Councillors—Mr. G. F. Angas in the chair. Mr. Angas spoke at some length about work done by Council. Balance-sheet for half-year was read, showing a balance of 62l. 10s. 8d. in favor of the Council. An abstract ...

    Article : 134 words
  32. YATALA.

    Annual election meeting. Mr. spotswood in chair. Seven candidates were proposed for Councillors. A poll being taken, Messrs. Rofer, Turner, and Merritt, were declared elected. Messrs. King and O'Brien re-elected Auditors, ...

    Article : 114 words
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    HORTICULTURAL AND FLORICULTURAL SOCIETY.—The monthly meeting of the above Society was held at the Norfolk Arms, Bundle-street, on Saturday, July 6; Mr. F. C. Davis was voted to the chair. The ...

    Article : 144 words
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