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  2. THE LATE EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS ON THE WEST COAST OF AFRICA.

    The following intelligence is taken from a late English paper:— The Royal Mail steam-ship Armenian, Wild, commander, has arrived at Liverpool with the mails from ...

    Article : 1,172 words
  3. GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1862.

    The Committee appointed to carry out the arrangements for the representation of South Australia at the Great Exhibition of 1862, met on Saturday morning last. There were present His Excellency the Governor (President), and the ...

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    THE NEW BILL for consolidating and amending the Municipal Laws is now before us, and those of our readers who have seen it will not wonder at the reluctance with which we approach its ...

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  5. [FROM OUR VICTORIAN CORRESPONDENT.] Melbourne, August 3. VICTORIA.

    The Ministerialist candidates are carrying all before them in several districts on the protection cry. The rioters on the railway are quiet for the ...

    Article : 44 words
  6. PAYNEHAM.

    Present—All the members. Councillor Behrens paid in 5l. 5s. for trees sold. Councillor Walters paid in 30s. Each Councillor was empowered to effect urgent repairs on roads. Clerk to revise assessment preparatory to calling for a rate. ...

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  7. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Telegrams from Sydney announce that flour has fallen £1 per ton. Telegraphic communication between Sydney and Queensland is expected to be completed by ...

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  8. BREMER.

    Present—All the members, except Mr. Pavey. Immediate steps to be taken for recovery of rates due from portion of district now joined to Strathalbyn. Council granted 5l. for maps for Plains School. Mr. Balls requested Council to ...

    Article : 34 words
  9. MEADOWS.

    A public meeting was held at the Meadows Inn, on Tuesday, July 31. There was a large attendance, considering the extremely wet weather and the present impassable state of the roads. Great interest ...

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  10. UPPER WAKEFIELD.

    Present—The Chairman, and Messers. Long, Cowled, and Bleechmore. Letter from Mr. J. H. Bleechmore offering to keep ford near his house in repair for two years if his rates for the last two years were allowed; accepted. Payments ...

    Article : 62 words
  11. WALKERVILLE.

    Present—All the members. Mr. Campbell was elected Chairman. Messrs. Turnbull, C. B. Young, and Scarce were appointed constables. Mr. Campbell having offered to act as Clerk without fee, services of Clerk were dispensed with, ...

    Article : 80 words
  12. ALDINGA.

    Present—Messrs. Norman (Chairman), Stewart, White, Palmer, and P. Ward. Clerk to write to Mrs. Anne McRae requesting her to open drain near her place. Mr. P. Ward to examine roads near Mr. T. Simmons's, sen., and report. ...

    Article : 116 words
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    PORT THEATRE.—We are informed that £36 will be handed over to the Mayor of Port Adelaide for distribution amongst local charities, as the result of Mr. Coppin's appearance at the Port Theatre, on Friday ...

    Article : 1,632 words
  14. NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY.

    ORDERS OF THE DAY: 1. Report of Select Committee on Electoral Law Amendment to be brought up. 2. Prosecution by Attorney-General Statute Law ...

    Article : 2,113 words
  15. THE MURRAY'S COMPASSES.

    Sir—Having arrived from Clyde with the steamship Murray, an iron vessel, as also a large portion of the cargo iron, the unfaithfulness of compasses in iron ships has been again manifested. I am not ...

    Article : 571 words
  16. ONKAPARINGA.

    Present—All the members. Clerk to examine and report on road through section 4[?]0, and to effect repairs by daywork. Accounts were paid, 110l. 15s. 6d. Mr. Hector and others presented memorial from inhabitants of and near ...

    Article : 137 words
  17. TREASURE TROVE.

    Sir,—One or two letters have appeared in your paper drawing attention to the disgraceful state of the foothpaths, and I trust, Mr. Editor, you will allow me a few lines in your "Open Column" to mention ...

    Article : 201 words
  18. YANKALILLA.

    Present—All the members. Letter from Mr. Moorhouse tendering his resignation as Councillor. Mr. Moorhouse attended to know Council's decision, and stated his reasons for resigning. Council decided to accept resignation, or to ...

    Article : 190 words
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    On the 9th April 39,000,840 bushels of grain, exclusive of rye and barley, were stored in the warehouses of Chicago in the United States. THE COMET.—To the Editor of the Times.—Sir— ...

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  20. SIR E. PEEL ON BARON SMITH'S CASE.

    Sir—I beg to enclose an extract from the Parliamentary debate of February 13, 1834, on the motion in the House of Commons for an enquiry into the conduct of Mr. Baron Smith, showing that Mr. ...

    Article : 430 words
  21. WALKERVILLE.

    Meeting of ratepayers to elect a Councillor in place of Mr. Barker, who retires by ballot. Mr. Beadle in the chair. Mr. Campbell and Mr. Usher were proposed and seconded. At 11 o'clock, the Chairman having called for a show of hands, ...

    Article : 102 words
  22. MR. A. J. MURRAY.

    Sir—It appears by your report of Parliamentary proceedings on the 16th July that the Commissioner of Crown Lands (Mr. Strangways) said, in reference to a remark made by Mr. Finniss, "the hon. ...

    Article : 220 words
  23. CLARE.

    Present—Mr. Thomas Ninnes (Chairman), Dr. Webb, Messrs. W. Ashby, aud Thomas Moyses. Mr. John Webster was sworn constable for Armagh. Mr. Andrews to be paid 15l. on account. Summonses to be served by constables on ...

    Article : 40 words
  24. ALEXANDRINA.

    Present—All the members. Letter from Mr. Crawford containing enclosures on decisions of Judge Boothby, including memorial. Memorial to be carried round for signatures. Ratepayers attended relative to depasturing ...

    Article : 64 words
  25. EAST TORRENS.

    Present—Messrs. Cobbledick, Mitchell, Norton, Pascoe, and Playford. Mr. Mitchell was elected Chairman. Messrs. James Coussins, Kidney, and J. J. Gameau were appointed constables. Receipts, 8l. 14s. Payments, 27l. 19s. ...

    Article : 34 words
  26. BURNSIDE.

    Present—The Chairman, and Messrs. Grylls, Packham, and Pool. Letters from Road Board, Mr. Milne, M.P., and from Dr. Hubbe, with resolutions passed at a meeting of gentlemen interested in the Real Property Act, asking ...

    Article : 85 words
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    ERRATUM—MAGILL MEETING.—The amendment moved by Mr. Howard Clark upon the first resolution brought forward at the meeting held at Magill, on Thursday evening, was as follows:—"That in the ...

    Article : 269 words
  28. MUNNO PARA WEST.

    Meeting of ratepayers to elect a Councillor in place of Mr. P. Hewitt, whose election was declared informal. Messrs. P. Hewitt, A. Sargent, and John Saint, jun., were nominated. The voting was proceeded with until 4 o'clock, when ...

    Article : 90 words
  29. THE BALLOT IN THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    Sir—As I know you to be quite incapable of implying, much less stating anything contrary to fact, you must, from the tenor of your remarks in your able leading article this day, have imagined that those ...

    Article : 724 words
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    RETURN MATCH.—On Saturday afternoon (August 3), the return match between the First Adelaide Rifles and the Glen Osmond and Mitcham Rifles took place on the South Park Lands. The shooting was, on ...

    Article : 177 words
  31. PORT GAWLER.

    Present—All the members, except Mr. Barnfield, Received circular of resolutions passed in reference to the decisions of Mr. Justice Boothby. Council regret the time allowed is too short for a meeting to be called. The Auditors called ...

    Article : 95 words
  32. ENCOUNTER BAY.

    Present— Messrs. J. Lush (in the chair), E. Robinson, D. Jones, and E. Lovelock. Deviation of road through sections 34 and others; also connection by boundary of section No. 288 to be gazetted. Messrs. Jones, Lush, and Lovelock ...

    Article : 224 words
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