NOTE.—Our report of the proceedings in the Legislative Council is held over until to-morrow. The great length of the debate and the unusual interest attaching to the proceedings, render it impossible to give the report so fully as ...Article : 21,319 words
DESERTION.—William Fisher, chief officer of the Crest of the Wave, appeared to his ba[?]l on the charge of deserting from the vessel on the 26th June. Captain Elve did not appear. Robert McGrath, shipping master, produced the ...Article : 316 words
Special Meeting.—Preaent—Messrs. Ninnis (Chairman), Hannaford, Moyses, and Ashby. Resignation of Dr. Webb as surgeon to district, to be accepted. That the services of Thomas Ownsworth be retained for a week longer aa Clerk. ...Article : 55 words
Present—Messrs. H. Weman (Chairman), J. Dedman, A. King, and B. Lindsay. A letter waa received from Commissioner of Crown Lands on the subject of grant in aid, which the Clerk was ordered to attend to. The assessment ...Article : 52 words
MR. STUART'S PARTY.—The members of Mr. Stuart's party returned to Adelaide by the first train from Kapunda on Tuesday. They are—Mr. Kekwick, in command; Mr. Thring, second in command; Mr. ...Article : 1,203 words
T. WHITE V, RICHARD GILES AND W. FROST.—Adjourned from last Court day. For malicious trespass, for breaking down fence and driving cattle through complainant's section. The defence was that the map in ...Article : 207 words
ASSAULT.—Ellen Ballman, an inmate of the Destitute Asylum, was charged, on the information of Margaret Wilson, another inmate of the same establishment, with assaulting her on the previous day. Both the parties were ...Article : 901 words
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