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  2. TRIFLES OF WIT AND HUMOR.

    A HANDSOME MAJORITY.—In a Committee of ladies whatever is voted is no doubt always carried by a handsome majority. A HINT FOR POLITICIANS.—"If you won't turn, ...

    Article : 1,299 words
  3. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,526 words
  4. LAW AND GRIMINAL COURTS.

    STRAY CATTLE.—James Greenwood was charged with allowing one horse and three cows to stray about Northterrace. On the application of Inspector Reading, the case was postponed till Wednesday next. ...

    Article : 46 words
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    MR. FINNISS said avery extraordinary thing the other day in Parliament, but he would do a much more extraordinary thing if he could induce the public to believe what he said. He will not, ...

    Article : 1,183 words
  6. [FROM OUR VICTORIAN CORRESPONDENT.] Melbourne, October 4. VICTORIA

    The quarter's revenue shows a decrease of £140,000 and the year's revenue a decrease of £200,000. The Flying Dragon has arrived from ...

    Article : 45 words
  7. WALKERVILLE.

    Present—Messrs. Campbell (Chairman), Huntley, Walton, and Field. Abatract of balance-sheet produced; auditors to sign the same for the Government. Mr. Field requested to get ruts filled in with limestone in Fuller-atreet. ...

    Article : 43 words
  8. MITCHAM.

    Present—Messrs. Burton (Chairman), Trenouth, and Burfield. Letter from Road Board about culvert on Unleyroad. Circular from Crown Landa Office about grant in aid Letter from Mr. Hall respecting obstruction to traffic on ...

    Article : 92 words
  9. AMERICA.

    An important engagement took place, July 23, at Bull's Eun, when 40,000 Northerners were defeated by 60,000 Southerners. The Union army retreated on Washington. The Northerners ...

    Article : 131 words
  10. THE CHINESE.

    Sir—However quiet, retiring, or unassuming, there are times and occasions in which the most humble of our citizens and the meanest of our colonists feel called upon by a stern senso of moral duty to lift up ...

    Article : 1,290 words
  11. UPPER WAKEFIELD.

    Preaent—The Chairman, and Messrs. Brown, Long, and Bleechmore. Letter from Mr. Bowman applying to close road at north-east corner of section No. 741; granted. Ranger reported repairs wanted on road adjoining section ...

    Article : 125 words
  12. NEW SEEDS FEOM THE INTERIOR.

    Messrs. Chambers & Finke have kindly presented to the Botanic Garden 56 packets of seeds obtained by Mr. Stuart in his recent journey across the conti[?] ...

    Article : 568 words
  13. ALDINGA.

    Present—All the members. The Chairman reported letter from Government respecting grant in aid; alao application for return of last year's receipts and expenditure; ordered. The Chairman reported attending Road Board with ...

    Article : 101 words
  14. THE BARRISTER'S ELEVATION TO THE BENCH.

    When a barrister receives the intimation that he is about to be elevated to the Bench, his first duty is to return all his briefs. It must be agonizing to the legal mind, but, as it is not without its ...

    Article : 1,530 words
  15. EAST TORRENS.

    Present—The Chairman, and Messrs. Cobbledick, Norton Pascoe, and Playford. £30 to be expended on Montacuteroad, near Terrell's; and £3 on culvert on Frech's Pinchroad. Receipts, £10 12s. 2d. Payments, £52 192. ...

    Article : 30 words
  16. TALUNGA.

    Present—Messrs. Dawson (Chairman), Joseph Thyer, W. Kelly, and C. R. Hoffman. Letter from Manager of South Australian Company relative to land taken for roads; Clerk to reply. Circular from Government respecting grants in ...

    Article : 119 words
  17. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—Permit me to ask, through the medium of your "Open Column," have the majority of the House of Asaembly, in their late vote on the repeal of the Chinese poll-tax, consulted the wishes of their ...

    Article : 157 words
  18. MYPONGA.

    Present—Messrs. J. Lloyd, Davies, B. Pope, T. Forrest, and G. Sturdwick. Clerk to write to Surveyor-General to withdraw section 711 from land sale, as Council have surveyed a deviation road through it. Licence to be granted to ...

    Article : 97 words
  19. MOUNT BARKER.

    Present—All the members. Letter from solicitor stating that Mr. Wedd had paid his rates; also from Commissioner of Crown Lands concerning time for applying for grant in aid, and stating they could not supply tracing of country ...

    Article : 249 words
  20. GOVERNMENT PRIZES.

    Sir—That "fair play is a jewel" few will deny, but the Hon. Mr. Hawker seems to be of opinion that fair play means fair play for the majority, and that a minority have no right to demand it at all. He goes ...

    Article : 367 words
  21. UPPER WAKEFIELD.

    Present—Ihe Chairman, and Messrs. Brown and Bleechmore. Two tenders for work at Pollard;s Hill; Mr. Crowe's was accepted. Mr. Brown reported that Mr. Brewer had agreed to repair Brewer's bridge for £2. James ...

    Article : 49 words
  22. ALEXANDRINA.

    Present—Messrs. Gilbert (Chairman), Mitchell, Gates, and Mann. Mr. Mitchell and Clerk to inspect Milang Cemetery. Clerk to advertise balance-sheet. ...

    Article : 23 words
  23. BRIGHTON.

    Present—Messrs. Hamilton (Chairman), Filmer, Brockmeyer. Waters, and Smith. Clerk reported work at watering place[?] Slate Quarry Gully, let for £9. Letter from W. Busses requesting Council to cause water reserve on Tapley's ...

    Article : 50 words
  24. PAYNEHAM.

    Meeting of Ratepayers to Adopt a Rate.—Mr. Thomas G. Williams. Chairman. Mr. W. M. Cornish proposed a rate of sixpence in the pound; seconded by Mr. John Lloyd. and carried. Meeting of the Council.—Present—The ...

    Article : 65 words
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    SUDDEN DEATH IN A BALL-ROOM.—While a party of young persons were engaged in dancing, on Saturday evening laat, in the club-room of the Railway Inn, Station-street, Birmingham, a young woman of 19, ...

    Article : 678 words
  26. CRAFERS.

    Meeting of Ratepayers.—Mr. William Lewis was elected Councillor for East Ward. No ratepayers being in attendance in the West Ward election of Councillor could not take place. Quarterly Licensing Meeting.—Present—Messrs. ...

    Article : 128 words
  27. GAWLER.

    Mr. Stevens, of the South Para River, came into Gawler yesterday, saying he had discovered the body of man at the river about three miles above Gawler. The Police-Sergeant accompanied Stevens back, and ...

    Article : 422 words
  28. BURNSIDE.

    Present—All the members. Circular from Commissioner of Crown Lands, referring to grants-in-aid of rates. From Hon. S. Davenport about state of the road behind his residence. Councillor Grylls and Surveyor to examine and ...

    Article : 110 words
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    THE CUNARD LINE.—The fine fleet known as the Cunard line now comprises the following steamers:— The America, paddle, 1,826 tons burden and 650horse power, built in 1848; the Niagara, paddle, ...

    Article : 428 words
  30. ANGASTON.

    Present—The whole Council. Two road orders received from solicitor for signature—roads through Section 681, Sections 207, 208, 218 and 219, Hundred of Moorooroo— signed. Messrs. Klemke and G. Lehmin stated if proposal ...

    Article : 153 words
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    MARBLE STATUARY.—A beautiful collection of Italian statuary, recently importel from Italy by Mr. G[?]ovannia Cuneo, was on Saturday, and will be again to-day, on view at the late offices of the Advertiser and ...

    Article : 314 words
  32. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—If you will allow me a few words on the Chinese question, and I flatter myself that I shall be permitted this favor, as I have bean the only person in the colony who grappled with the question; my ...

    Article : 816 words
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    MR. STUART'S CITRIC ACID.—The following is a copy of a letter addressed to Mr. H. D. O'Reilly, chemist, Adelaide, by Mr. Stuart:—"Dear Sir—I beg to inform you that your recommendation of the citric ...

    Article : 194 words
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