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  2. SUPREME COURT

    His Hon. the Chief Justice and Hia Honor Mr. Justice Boothby attended in Court to-day, but in consequence of its being a public holiday none ot the bar were present, and no business waa done. ...

    Article : 84 words
  3. [FROM OUR VICTORIAN CORRESPONDENT.] Melbourne, August 26. VICTORIA.

    Flour is unaltered in price. There are rumors of deficiencies which will probably lead to a disintegration of the Cabinet. ...

    Article : 30 words
  4. THE "TIMES" AND MR. TOWNSEND.

    Sir—Your correspondent "Enquirer" has stated truly that I said in my lecture, at the Norfolk Ar[?]ms, that the Times threw off 80 copies per second; but, Sir, I should have preferred that your correspondent ...

    Article : 218 words
  5. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 35 words
  6. TASMANIA.

    The local supplies of grain are running short. It is anticipated that imports will be required before harvest. Flour is £15 16s. ...

    Article : 51 words
  7. WILLUNGA.

    Present—Messrs. Atkinson, Logan, Marshall, and Bastian. Poundkeeper's returns apprvoed. Mr. Adams to cut a side drain at Maclaren Vale, for 6s. per rod, and to put 20 loads of limestone on road, at 8s. per load. Messrs. Logan and ...

    Article : 119 words
  8. REMARKABLE FOOT RACE.

    The great ten-mile foot-race between two Indians and two white men, which had been for some time announced in the sporting papers, was run on Fashion Course lately. The men came to the score ...

    Article : 999 words
  9. EXTRAORDINARY IMPROVEMENT IN THE ASPECT OF THE COUNTRY.

    The present season in many respects promises to resemble the season of 1858. In that year for nearly three months there was a succession of cold dry north-easterly winds, and up to the third week in ...

    Article : 1,118 words
  10. MOUNT BARKER.

    Present--Messrs. May (Chairman), Gray, [?]Dawe, Pearce, and Baker. Mr. Natt offered to pay half expense of defining between his section and Mr. Jackson's. Clerk to communicate with Jackson. Mr. Cleggett requeated Council to ...

    Article : 211 words
  11. THE "TIMES" NEWSPAPER.

    Sir—On my leaving England, exactly five years ago, I paid a visit to the Times establishment. In answer to enquiries made; the machine foreman (my own brother-in-law) informed me that the paper was now ...

    Article : 150 words
  12. HIGHERCOMBE.

    Present—Mr. W. Weir (Chairman), Messrs. Gollop, Reeds, and McLeod. Mr. H. Klapper to be charged 4l. per acre for road through Section 5404, applied for at previous meeting. Clerk presented abstract of expenses for repairs on road ...

    Article : 163 words
  13. THE TRISTAN D'ACUNHA ISLANDS.

    Sir—I really do not see why the shipmasters in the Port are under any obligation to Captain Lawrence for recapitulating all they knew before with respect to the position of the Tristan d'Acunha group ...

    Article : 77 words
  14. MYPONGA.

    Present—All members. Letter from Thos. Masters, respecting survey of deviation and bounary road. Letter from S. A. Company, respecting deviation road through Section 524, consenting to terms proposed. Letter from ...

    Article : 141 words
  15. THE FOWLER'S BAY MURDER.

    Sir—Upon reading the evidence taken at the trial of the two natives for the murder at Fowler's Bay, I find that there is no mention made of an assault committed upon the prisoners, or upon one of them, or ...

    Article : 595 words
  16. VARIETIES.

    A QUIET PRINTING-OFFICE.—A printing-office, employing only deaf and dumb compositors, has been opened in the town of Zanblagan in Wurtemburg. Pressmen and compositors number altogether ...

    Article : 1,257 words
  17. PORT LINCOLN.

    Describing the breaking up of a severe home winter, a well-known author says:—"Unless the almanac had informed one that spring was coming on, nobody would ever have believed it from the ...

    Article : 358 words
  18. MUNNO PARA EAST.

    Meeting to elect a Councillor in the room of Mr. Ifould, resigned. Two candidates were proposed, Messrs. W. Kelly and A. Matson. The show of hands was in favor of Mr. Matson, who was declared duly elected. ...

    Article : 43 words
  19. ALDINGA.

    Present—Messrs. Norman (Chairman), Stewart and Palmer. Letter from Mr. T. McCrae, stating cattle were being fed on the district roads, and breaking fences, and doing damage. Letter from Commissioner of Crown ...

    Article : 55 words
  20. PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA.

    Present—Messrs. Sunman (Chairman), Michael Wardle, John Allen, Charles Price, and Samuel Trigg. Mr. Trigg was elected Treasurer. Clerk instructed to obtain legal opinion aa to whether the Council had the power to debar ...

    Article : 439 words
  21. MDLLE. EMILIE VANDERMEERSCH.

    The young lady with the wonderful birds is again in London. Mdlle. Vandermeersch has never made a public appearance accompanied by her feathered pupils; but her extraordinary entertainment has been ...

    Article : 638 words
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    VICTORIA THEATRE.—Shakspeare's comedy entitled "As You Like It" was produced at the Victoria Theatre on Monday evening, we believe for the first time in South Australia, and a more successful representation ...

    Article : 858 words
  23. NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY.

    ORDERS OF THE DAY: 1. Real Estate Descent Bill: in Committee. 2. Dog Act Amendment Bill: third reading. 3. Assessment on Stock Act Amendment Bill: third ...

    Article : 1,519 words
  24. BLONDIN AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE.

    It would be a curious task to compare the original programme of the projectors of the Crystal Palace with some of the attractions now offered to the visitors. But one thing must certainly be admitted ...

    Article : 1,261 words
  25. GAWLER.

    The third or deciding match between the First Adelaide Rifles and Gawler Volunteers (2nd Company), took place tim day, on the Gawler shooting ground. The day was very favorable throughout, ...

    Article : 469 words
  26. A RIFLE RANGE FOR LONDON.

    A want that has long pressed hard upon the Rifle Volunteer Companies of the metropolis, that of a permanent rifle practice ground, with adequate ranges and accommodation for the men, is now in a fair way ...

    Article : 697 words
  27. CALIFORNIA.

    WHEAT CROP.—The wheat crop in Tehama county is badly infected with smut. The Red Bluff Beacon thinks that between the smut and the grasshoppers, the farmers will have but a sorry crop. ...

    Article : 246 words
  28. NAIRNE.

    The only events worthy of notice since my last have been the Odd Fellows' anniversary and the Boothby meeting. The former event came off on Thursday 22nd inst., ...

    Article : 916 words
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    BURGLARY.—About six o'clock on Sunday evening, the house of Mr. Theophilus Robin, Barnard-street, North Adelaide, was entered by some person or persons, who succeeded in abstracting a watch and some ...

    Article : 75 words
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