Mr. Stuart returned to Adelaide on Sunday morning, having arrived from Port Augusta per Lubra shortly after midnight. Mr. Stuart was met at the steamer by Captain Hart and Dr. Woodforde, whose ...Article : 1,683 words
On Friday evening, 20th instant, William Townsend, Esq., M.P., of Adelaide, gave his lecture on the "Lights and Shadows of London Life," to a crowded and highly respectable audience of ladies and ...Article : 414 words
William Davis Scott, and James Edwin Dempster, were admitted practitioners and proctors of the Supreme Court. ALLINGTON V. NURSE. Mr Fenn attended to argue this case, but it was adjourned ...Article : 1,368 words
Sir—It is highly important that your attention should be called to the present condition and progress of architectural embellishment of edifices in Adelaide. Buildings of beautiful exterior have been, ...Article : 1,136 words
Present—All the members, except Mr. Menzel. Slaughtering licence granted to Mr. James Denton. Mr. Warren certified Trial Hill contract completed satisfactorily. Letter from Mr. Peter Wilson directing the attention to state of ...Article : 84 words
Present—Messrs. Stark (in the chair), Tucker, and A. McLean. Four tenders for repairs of Knight's Bridge. Mr. G. Knight's accepted, £10 5s. Letter from Commissioner of Crown Lands, respecting proclamation of district under ...Article : 71 words
Present—Messrs. F. May (Chairman), Gray, Baker, Dunn[?] and Pearce. Messrs. Clegget and McFarlane allowed to put a slip[?]pannel across south end of the road used as rifle range[?] Mr. Warland agreed to take £10 per acre for land required ...Article : 147 words
VICTORIA THEATRE.—The drama of "The Marble Heart, or the Sculptor's Dream" was produced at the Victoria Theatre on Saturday evening for the first time in the colony. The construction of the piece is ...Article : 1,766 words
It is with much pleasure I have to record the settlement of a resident minister in this district, a desideratum we have long felt. The Rev. Alexander Law, of the United Presbyterian Church ...Article : 363 words
Sir—I have heard that to-morrow (Monday) at midday, Mr. Stuart is to be met at North Adelaide by our volunteers and others, and brought in procession to the Government offices. And if this be true, ...Article : 155 words
Sir—The happy results obtained in England by the influence of public lectures upon the minds of the working population induce me to suggest the necessity of reducing the hours of labor in this colony ...Article : 469 words
On Friday evening, September 20, the Rev. G. D. Mudie delivered a lecture at the schoolroom in this township, on "London, its History, Antiquities, Illustrious Men," &c, illustrated by representations of ...Article : 138 words
We have Mauritius papers to the 27th July. A Sailors' Home had been established by the exertions of representatives of the shipping interests of Port Louis. The railway works were progressing, under ...Article : 203 words
DRUNKENNESS.—James Cain and Charles Trenouth, alias Daddy, appeared to the charge of being drunk and fighting. The case against Trenouth was dismissed, but Cain was fined 5s. ...Article : 327 words
Sir—"Asmodeus" complains of the inconvenience the public are subject to an account of there being but one District Registrar's office in the two counties of Robe and MacDonnell. His complaint has good ...Article : 214 words
Sir—Having watched the progress of this Bill in Committee through the Legislative Council with considerable interest, I will, with your permission, make some remarks with regard to the measure ...Article : 1,233 words
This match came off on Wednesday, the 18th instant, on Mr. Millsteed's Section, about two miles west of Humphrey's Springs. The ground was not good for the purpose, being black adhesive clayey soil. The day was ...Article : 239 words
THE PARTY IN SEARCH OF BURKE.—Mr. Walker was to start on Saturday morning, 25th August. The Bulletin says:—" He has kindly furnished us with the particulars respecting his expedition, and ...Article : 165 words
STRAY COWS.—E. Flight was charged with allowing three cows to stray and so about Stanley-street, North Adelaide. The defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 5s. each and costs, in all £1 12s. ...Article : 127 words
This show took place on 18th inst. In former years it has been well attended, but from some unknown cause this year it did not receive the aupport which it merited. The season was unpropitious for the show of some sorts of stock; and ...Article : 2,201 words
Sir—I see with much satisfaction that the Volunteers of South Australia were represented at Wimbledon, in the person of Mr. McFarlane, who not only won a prize, but had the good fortune to attract ...Article : 303 words
Present—Messrs. Krichauff (Chairman), Henry Treloar and S. Robinson. Chairman and Clerk to inspect road at, Mr. Gemmel's. Circular from Commissioner of Crown Lands asking whether any alteration in the place, &c., for ...Article : 389 words
PORT THEATRE.—There was a very good attendace at this theatre on Friday evening. The first piece, "Colleen Bawn,' was one that has been performed several times by the same company in Adelaide with ...Article : 360 words
ARRIVAL OF MR. STUART AT PORT ADELAIDE.—Mr. J. M[?]D. Stuart and Mr. Woodforde arrived by the Lubra steamer, from Port Augusta, on Sunday morning. The good people at the Port had ...Article : 180 words
Present—Messrs. H. Dawson (Chairman), W. Kelly, R. Gillard, and C. R. Hoffmann. Doctors Reck and Dickinson appointed to attend destitute sick in the district. Letter from Road Board relative to junction of South-Eastern with ...Article : 140 words
[?] Messrs. Townsend, Botting, & Kay request us to call attention to their Sale of Landed Properties This Day, in the Hall of the Exchange, at 12 o'clock ...Article : 29 words
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