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  2. SHIPPING NEWS.

    Thursday, August 1—Aldinga, steamer, 500 tons. McLean, master, from Melbourne, July 30. J. Darwent, Town; J. Newman and Son, Port, agents. Passengers—Mrs. Alexander and infant, Mrs. Marks and child, Mrs. Henderson, ...

    Article : 1,298 words
  3. LUNAR TIME TABLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 346 words
  4. [FROM OUR VICTORIAN CORRESPONDENT.] VICTORIA.

    The rioters at Woodend are quiet, and no further disturbance is anticipated. ...

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    THE Gazette contains a return of the number of Volunteers in South Australia, enrolled to the 19th of July. The total of all ranks is 1,724, consisting of 1 Lieutenant-Colonel, 2 Majors, 1 ...

    Article : 484 words
  6. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Great floods have occurred at Tamworth, with considerable destruction to property. One life was lost. ...

    Article : 18 words
  7. RAPID BAY.

    At a meeting convened by placard, held in the schoolroom, Finniss Vale, to consider Mr. Justice Boothby's conduct in the matter touching the Real Property Act, about 50 persons were present, when ...

    Article : 405 words
  8. NEW ZEALAND.

    Later news has arrived. A rich gold-field has been discovered in the Canterbury district. Three men obtained 112 ounces in 14 days. Others were similarly successful. ...

    Article : 28 words
  9. CALIFORNIA.

    Four days later. A decisive blow is about to be struct at Harper's Ferry, or some other important point. Hopes of preserving the "Union are reviving. ...

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  10. LATEST DATES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 114 words
  11. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    By the arrival of the Aldinga we have files from the neighboring colonies to the following dates:— VICTORIA............... July 30. NEW SOUTH WALES......... July 23. ...

    Article : 598 words
  12. SHIP MAILS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 211 words
  13. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    We have to request the attention of our readers to the following conditions and rules of corres ondence;— 1. Letters intended for publication should be as brief as is consistent with a clear explanation of the ideas of the ...

    Article : 267 words
  14. KAPUNDA.

    A sweepstakes of 21 members was shot for after the match between the officers and privates; five shots at 400 yards. Won by Lieut. Mullen, who scored seven points. ...

    Article : 184 words
  15. MYPONGA.

    A public meeting was held at Myponga, on Mon[?] day, the 29th instant, for petitioning the House of Assembly to take into consideration the conduct of Mr. Justice Boothby; Mr. John Tapley in the chair. ...

    Article : 82 words
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    RAILWAY RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE.—The Gazette containing an abstract of Receipts and Expenditure of the South Australian Railway Extension Account from January 1st, 1860, to ...

    Article : 60 words
  17. NOARLUNGA.

    On July 29, a meeting was held at the Jolly Millers' Inn, Mr. Budgen in the chair, to consider the proposed repeal or clauses 117 and 119. of the District Councils Act. The CHAIRMAN opened the business by a few appropriate ...

    Article : 654 words
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    VOLUNTEER APPOINTMENTS.—Adelaide Artillery Company.—Sergeant J. Dinsdale, to be Lieutenant. Bombardi[?]r G. C. Cooper, to be Serjeant, vice Dinsdale, promoted. Gunner G. C. ...

    Article : 32 words
  19. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    C. DUMARESQUE.—Our correspondent says that we misrepresented him in reference to his remarks about the use of "The Shorter Catechism." He referred to the Mosquito Plains school—not the Mount Gambier. With respect to ...

    Article : 78 words
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    DISTRICT COUNCILS AND PUBLICANS' LICENCES. —The Bill for repealing so much of the District Councils Act as enables those Councils to grant publicans' licences has passed through ...

    Article : 41 words
  21. CLARE.

    A meeting having been called for 6 p.m. this evening, by notices stuck uo in the hotels of Clare, signed" By order, H. March, sen.," and dated from District Council office, to consider the conduct of ...

    Article : 96 words
  22. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 15 words
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    GAZETTE NOTICES, August 1.—Port of Yankalllia to be a legal wharf for the lading of goods outwards.—The Pound on Section 508, Lacepede, is removed to 516.—Appointment of Constables: ...

    Article : 86 words
  24. PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY.

    In the Legislative Council— The CHIEF SECRETARY laid on the table a copy of Mr. Justice Boothby's commission, which was read and ordered to be printed. ...

    Article : 577 words
  25. NAIRNE.

    After a storm comes a calm. We have recently passed through a time of some little excitement; but having launched our anti-immigration petition, and having had our say anent a certain learned Judge, ...

    Article : 197 words
  26. ERROMANGA.

    Our telegram a few days since informed the public that the Rev. Mr. Gordon and his wife had been brutally murdered at Erromanga. We are now in possession of fuller details of that sad event. Mr. ...

    Article : 1,439 words
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    THE DOG ACT.—The new Dog Act has passed its third reading in the House of Assembly. Under the provisions of this Act the annual registration fee will be reduced from 10s. to 5s.; ...

    Article : 147 words
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    THE REAL PROPERTY COMMISSION.—AS the public will doubtless like to know what progress is making by the Real Property Commission, we may state that very many meetings have ...

    Article : 229 words
  29. GAWLER CORPORATION.

    Present—His Worship the Mayor (in the chair); Alderman Mold; Councillors Jones, Clement, Woodman, McEwin, and Mankey. A letter was read from Mr. George "Warren, objecting to ...

    Article : 615 words
  30. STRATHALBYN.

    The past week has been finer than of late, but still showery, keeping the roads in such a state that, in some, places, it would be dangerous for anyone to attempt to navigate a vehicle through them without a ...

    Article : 269 words
  31. MARKET REPORT.

    The Corn Market exhibits little or no change. Wheat at 5s. 6d. and 5s. 7d. per bushel for delivery at the Port; drayloads in town, 5s. 3d. Flour, £13 to £13 15s. ...

    Article : 178 words
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    VICTORIA THEATRE.—The performances at the Victoria Theatre last evening comprised "The School for Scandal, "compressed into two acts; a passeul, by Mrs. Macgowan; and the comedy of "Paul Pry." ...

    Article : 368 words
  33. WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 346 words
  34. MILANG.

    Last Wednesday morning, being the regular drill day for the Milang Rifles, the members proceeded to shoot for the purpose of electing the six who are to compete with the Free Rifles in the return match ...

    Article : 353 words
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    "A CALL OF THE HOUSE" will be made this day in the Assembly, and every hon. member absent when that call is made will he adjudged guilty of contempt. We hope a recent notable example ...

    Article : 1,838 words
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    THE BURKE RELIEF PARTY.—Mr. John McKinlay, accompanied by Mr. Wm. Wright, arrived from Melbourne in the Aldinga on Thursday, and the details for the starting of the Burke Relief Party will, ...

    Article : 102 words
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