The PRESIDENT took the chair at 2 o'clock. PETITIONS. The Hon. G. M. WATERHOUSE presented a petition from certain residents at Teatree Gully, praying for an ...Article : 10,704 words
NOTICE OF MOTION: 1. Mr. MORPHETT to move— "That an address be presented to Her Majesty the Queen upon the subject of the steam postal communication with ...Article : 2,262 words
DRUNKENNESS.—Mary Ramsay was fined 5s. for the above offence. RIDING ON DRAYS.—Joseph Wakefield, David Clements, and James Lomond were fined 5s. each and costs for riding ...Article : 44 words
Final hearing. Mr. Bagot appeared for the insolvent; Mr. Downer for the assignees; Mr. Bruce for Mr. H. Catchlove, opposing creditor. It was reported that opposition had been entered on behalf ...Article : 2,605 words
DISOBEYING ORDERS.—Charles Johnson, seaman of the Express, was charged with wilfully disobeying lawful commands on board. He plended not guilty. Policeconstable Ransom stated he took prisoner on board from ...Article : 174 words
Present—Messrs. Trenouthe (Chairman), Armour, Murray, and Burfield. Mr. Flight recieved 3l., compensation for road through his section. Clerk to obtain tracings of road at Belair, between sections 1143 and 1144. Price and Rayner ...Article : 96 words
Present—All the members. Mr. Christopher Jembey was elected Chairman. Several ratepayers attended for explanation as to election of Auditors and a Councillor. Richard Gilk's tender accepted for forming crossing-place ...Article : 50 words
Present—All the Council. Road to proposed bridge near Tarrawatta to ba resurveyed, and tenders to stand over. Letter from Messrs. Bothe, Schilling, and Fischer demanding 600l. for land required from their run. if the road applied ...Article : 200 words
On Monday, 22nd inst., a public meeting, to take into consideration the recant extraordinary decisions in the Supreme Court, was held in the Lodge-room of Gosling's Hotel. There were about 50 persons present—a large number, ...Article : 1,173 words
AUSTRALIAN COTTON.—The Ann Sanderson, from Newcastle, brings a splendid sample of cotton which was produced at Queensland. ...Article : 24 words
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