In the Legislative Assembly Mr. O'Shanassy brought forward a motion for the immediate production of the Estimates for the ensuing year. A neutral member moved au amendment ...Article : 71 words
The PRESIDENT took the chair at 2 o'clock. LOCAL COURTS BILL, 1861. In Committee. Clause 3. Consideration further postponed. ...Article : 11,600 words
John Riseley, of Woodville, baker. who was fined for nonattendance as a Juror, was excused in consequence of his being a postmaster. CLAXTON V. HOLDSWORTH. ...Article : 1,601 words
Sir—As I before said, the Fowler's Bay hutkeeper in my presence denied the truth of allegations made by Mr. A. J. Murray. This hutkeeper was in Adelaide, had no intention ...Article : 127 words
Sir—By your report of the meeting of the Rifle Association, I see that the Committee are to divide the stakes in the following manner, viz.:—First prize, one-half stakes; second prize, two-fifths stakes; ...Article : 105 words
Sir—I hope you will allow me to say a few words respecting the above, as I feel indignant at having our practice cut short at a most important period. Many good shots have got new rifles, and have not ...Article : 185 words
Sir—Can you inform me if the Ladies Prize Cup must be manufactured in South Australia. [The Cup is now being manufactured by Mr. Wendt, of Bundle-street. We recently described it ...Article : 44 words
Sir—I understand that agents of ships arriving at this Port have the power to land and store all goods not cleared at the Custom-House after the expiration of three days after the vessel's entry inwards. This, ...Article : 162 words
We had a stiff hot north wind yesterday, a second and stronger edition of Friday, which has ended in a good pelting shower from 9 o'clock last evening to same hour this morning. The wind has been all ...Article : 137 words
Hour. 11. A. G. Burt, final hearing. 12. P. G. Harris, do. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. ...Article : 41 words
On Monday afternoon, a public meeting, eonvened by the Chairman of the Mount Crawford District Council, upon a requisition from the inhabitants, was held at the Hotel, Williamstown. ...Article : 886 words
IRELAND V. MOWATT.—Action for £c 6s. 6d. on account, for goods supplied. Plea not indebted, except £1 5s. Mr. Downer for plaintiff (landlord of the Prince's Hotel), who stated defendant had paid money on account of the original ...Article : 343 words
A public meeting was held at Nuccaleena, the headquarters of the Great Northern Mining Company, for the purpose of forming a Miners' Institute. Shortly after the time appointed, Mr. Brenton (the purser), ...Article : 303 words
A WANDERER.—Norah Dooley was charged with wandering about the streets of Adelaide without being able to give a satisfactory account of herself. The prisoner pleaded guilty, but was discharged with a caution. ...Article : 85 words
VICTORIA THEATRE.—"Othello" was produced at the Victoria Theatre on Wednesday evening and we were pleased to observe a somewhat improved attendance. We only witnessed a portion of the third act, ...Article : 276 words
LARCENY—John Scott, remanded on a charge of stealing two models of ships was discharged as to the larceny and charged with obtaining money under false pretences from Peter Harrison, in connection with the sale of the articles ...Article : 314 words
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