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  2. GAWLER.

    The Court of Enquiry into the insubordinate state of the No. 2 Company met at the Globe Inn to-day, and sat for a few hours. I believe the time was chiefly occupied in hearing Captain Popham's ...

    Article : 175 words
  3. WELLINGTON RACES.

    Judge—Mr. E. C. Hughes. Stewards—Messrs. P. C. Dove and W. Burford. Starter—Mr. W. Lyon. The weights in each race were regulated by the rules of the Adelaide Jockey Club. ...

    Article : 590 words
  4. LOSS OF THE MARION.

    The Court of Enquiry, consisting of Capt. Douglas, S.M., Capt. Tapley, and J. W. Smith, met on Tuesday, at the Marine Board Offices, to investigate the circumstances connected with the ...

    Article : 3,212 words
  5. CHURCH OF ENGLAND INCORPORATION BILL.

    A meeting of the members of the congregation of Christchurch was held at the vestry, North Adelaide, on Wednesday evening, July 23, to consider the Church Bill introduced into Parliament, ...

    Article : 3,901 words
  6. PARLIAMENTARY PAPER.

    Your Committee have to report to your Honourable House that they have carefully enquired into the matters referred to them, and taken the evidence annexed hereto, which they submit for the ...

    Article : 2,184 words
  7. CLARE.

    The rain continues, with very heavy wind. The Hutt River is swollen considerably. We had a very sharp shower of hail yesterday morning. According to advertisement, Messrs. Poussard ...

    Article : 261 words
  8. WOODSIDE.

    Like most country townships in the depth of winter, Woodside has lately been unusually dull. From all appearances at present we are likely to have a moderate winter. Plenty of rain has fallen ...

    Article : 712 words
  9. KAPUNDA.

    I am sorry to record the death, by drowning, of Mr. James Glynn, landlord of the Clare Castle Hotel here. He was attempting to cross the Light on the road to the Catholic Chapel last ...

    Article : 197 words
  10. MOUNT REMARKABLE.

    It is a pleasurable fact to mention that our new Court-House and Police-Station are fast approaching completion, nothwithstanding that the contractors have had many difficulties to contend ...

    Article : 119 words
  11. KOORINGA.

    According to announcement Messrs. Poussard and Douay and Miss Bailey gave a sacred concert at the Mechanics' Institute on Friday evening; but, owing to the inclemency of the weather, there was ...

    Article : 372 words
  12. PORT ELLIOT.

    The weather, which for the last three days had been blowing very hard, increased to such violence last night about 10 o'clock that it blew a perfect hurricane; considerable damage ...

    Article : 150 words
  13. LAST THURSDAY'S GOVERNMENT LAND SALE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 472 words
  14. WALLAROO.

    Great anxiety was felt here for several days as to the fate of the passengers by the unfortunate steamer Marion. No intelligence concerning them reached us until half-past 11 o-'clock on Tuesday ...

    Article : 1,159 words
  15. WELLINGTON.

    During the latter part of last week the settlers in this neighbourhood gave themselves en masse to the thorough enjoyment of sport. The race-day, par excellence, was the 17th instant. The weather ...

    Article : 355 words
  16. NOARLUNGA.

    The weather for the last week or more has been very stormy and wet; the ground has not had so thorough a soaking for some years past. During last night the wind was so high as to unroof several ...

    Article : 230 words
  17. ECHUNGA.

    On the 7th inst., the District Council for Echunga met for the purpose of electing their Chairman, when Sir. Wm. Russell was unanimously elected, being the seventh time while in ...

    Article : 332 words
  18. STRATHALBYN.

    The weather this week has been very changeable and cold. A great quantity of rain has fallen, particularly in the hills to the north and west. On Sunday the River Angas rose considerably; and ...

    Article : 225 words
  19. ANNUAL LEASE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 585 words
  20. WILLIAMSTON.

    Last night (Tuesday) we were visited with a violent storm, but of short duration; the whole day had been very showery, but near midnight it increased in violence, and for about two hours the ...

    Article : 255 words
  21. FINNISS VALE.

    The usual dulness of the season, and the unusual depression of the times, has been very pleasantly broken in upon by the discovery of the rich silverlead ore lately made by the Messrs. McLeod, of ...

    Article : 483 words
  22. LANGHORNE'S BRIDGE.

    The weather here has been very unsettled the last few days. Cold winds accompanied with heavy showers have made it rather unpleasant for those whose business calls them out. ...

    Article : 437 words
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