His Honor Mr. Justice Gwynne read his notes of the evidence taken in this suit, on Saturday last, preparatory to pronouncing judgment; but, as it appeared there were no affidavits of the service of the petition upon the respondent, ...Article : 1,574 words
The Parliament will reassemble on the 3rd September. ...Article : 19 words
Sir—The Education Bill now before Parliament is defective in the two most leading points—First, there is no provision made for the payment of assistant teachers; and, secondly, it does not provide the ...Article : 244 words
There is no chance of avoiding war. A. deputation of Wellington Members waited on the Governor, desiring to obtain large reinforcements of troops. His Excellency replied that General ...Article : 100 words
By the arrival of the Balclutha we have two days' later news from Victoria. Our dates now stand as under:— VICTORIA............... July 20. ...Article : 2,101 words
NOTICE OF MOTION: 1. Mr. HALL, to move— "That leave be granted to the Standing Orders Committee of this Council to confer with the Standing Orders ...Article : 1,676 words
Sir—Volunteers residing at North Adelaide loudly complain of the serious inconvenience to which they are subjected in having to proceed to a situation so distant as the South Park Lands Butt for rifle ...Article : 154 words
The papers by the last mail contain numerous and in many cases very extended reports of the different religious and philanthropic societies holding their anniversaries in London in the month of May. A ...Article : 3,438 words
Sir—I am glad to see that the necessity of having a rifle butt placed in such a position as to be available to volunteers residing in North Adelaide and its vicinity has been shown in the daily papers. The ...Article : 179 words
SUBLIME TOBACCO.—Gentlemen who smoke allege that it makes them calm and complacent. They tell us that the more they fume the less they fret. WHAT'S IN A NAME?—Marshal Pelissier is now ...Article : 1,007 words
Sir—The arguments such as a "True Briton" uses are some of them of so dogmatic a character as not to be affected by aught that I can say. He appropriates to his own side of the question the apparent right of ...Article : 970 words
REMANDED CASE.—Wm, Wood, remanded on a charge of stealing moneys, was committed to take his trial at the Supreme Court. ILLEGITIMACY.—Edward Wallis was charged with being ...Article : 451 words
DISORDERLIES.—David Wood and Stephen Monger were fined 5s. each for being drunk.—John Connmamon, laborer, pleaded not guilty to the charge of being drunk and using threatening language to Constable McMullen on Sunday ...Article : 228 words
On Monday evening, July 22, a public meeting was held at Coleman's Exchange Hotel, in opposition to immigration being resumed at the public expense. There were about 400 persons present. ...Article : 1,410 words
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