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  2. ORIGINAL POETRY.

    Lines addressed to Stuart's party on their again attempting to cross the Continent. Go forth again! brave band— Renew your toils once more— ...

    Article : 246 words
  3. REVIEW.

    The creasures which bite, pinch, sting, and poison man are naturally of very great interest to him. To this family of animals M. Moquin-Tandon gives a large amount of attention, and, ...

    Article : 1,589 words
  4. THE WELLINGTONIA GIGANTEA; ITS AGE AND EXPECTATION OF LIFE.

    Sir—Your correspondent "C. D. F.," in his letter of the 20th January last, published in the Times of the day following, speaks of a Wellingtonia which he saw in a "wonderful valley" in California, which he ...

    Article : 1,711 words
  5. THE POPE AND THE PARROT.

    M. Clement Caraguel, tells the following story:— "A French gentleman, M.—, was travelling in Italy, accompanied by his wife, who carried with her a pet parrot. On coming to the frontier of the Roman ...

    Article : 1,233 words
  6. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    Hour. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28. 11. R. Stokes, first hearing, 11. J. Kinnear, final hearing. ...

    Article : 38 words
  7. ENCOUNTER BAY.

    Present—Messrs. R. N. Newland (Chairman), E. Robinson, D. Jones, and E. Lovelock, Clark reported surveys for new line of road through sections 183, 39, and 184 completed, and read copy of notice sent to occupier of section 183; Clerk to ...

    Article : 244 words
  8. LOCAL COURT—PORT ELLIOT.

    Anthony Moore was again placed at the bar, charged with making a falso declaration before the Rev. J. Roberts, to procure marriage with Mary Anne Stone. Joseph Stone examined—Could not recognise Mary Ann Stone, [?]s he had ...

    Article : 578 words
  9. [?]ATALA.

    Present—Messrs. Spotswood (Chairman), Marritt, Turner, and Turvey. Received, £22; paid £63. ...

    Article : 16 words
  10. RAPID BAY.

    Present—All the members, except Mr. Ransford. Letters —From Mr. Woodgate respecting surveying; from Commissioner of Crown Lands respecting certifying new map, and forwarding acreage of new survey. From Yankalilla ...

    Article : 147 words
  11. STRATHALBYN.

    Present—Dr. Blue (Chairman). Messrs. Stark, Sunter, and McLean. Five tenders for road at Limestone Range; Phillips & Co.'s, at £35, accepted. Two letters from rate-payers received, requesting Council to support memorial to ...

    Article : 81 words
  12. ECHUNGA.

    Present—Mr. Russell (Chairman), Mesare. Hampton, Wittiver, and Hill. Clerk reported Clark & Sons' contract completed. Payment ordered, £14 11s. 1½d. Chairman signed accounts for third instalment ot grant-in-aid, ...

    Article : 74 words
  13. THE BOTANIC GARDENS.

    Sir—Allow me to correct a misapprehension you are under relative to the Botanic Garden accounts. Those you allude to in your paper to-day, refer to a period of one year and six months, instead of six ...

    Article : 60 words
  14. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    STEALING FROM A SHOP.—Edward Stepney, a young half Caste, about two feet and a half high, was charged with stealing two cigars from the shop ot Mr. Barnett, tobacconist, Hindley-street, on the previous day. Mrs Barnett ...

    Article : 638 words
  15. ONKAPARINGA.

    Present—All the members, The Chairman to apply to the Commissioner of Crown Lands, for payment of 2nd instalment of grant in aid of rates, and also to forward an account for claim of third instalment. Tenders accepted—Greig, 99; ...

    Article : 162 words
  16. DESTRUCTION OF KANGAROOS.

    Sir—In your paper of the 16th instant, side by side with a very interesting article on the destruction of birds, appears a letter signed "Thomas Crews," headed "a kangaroo story," and quoting a paragraph ...

    Article : 238 words
  17. HIGHERCOMBE.

    Present—Chairman, Messrs. Gallop and Newman. Mr. Joseph Wakefield's application for deviation of road through Section 5656. To be considered next meeting. Messrs. Behrens and Cornthwite protested against legality of opening ...

    Article : 136 words
  18. BRIGHTON.

    Present—Messrs. Hamilton (Chairman), Filmer, Smith, and Waters. Overseer reported completion of cutting and embankment near section 518, O'Halloran Hill, and improvements of roads. Clerk reported information laid ...

    Article : 76 words
  19. THE SOUTH AUSTALIAN FREE RIFLES.

    Sir—I received a few days since a printed notice from the Volunteer Office, as follows:—"Officers commanding companies are informed, that at the termination of the Rifle Association matches the ...

    Article : 409 words
  20. GOVERNMENT PRIZES.

    The following are the entries for the Government Prizes to be shot for at the termination of the Rifle Association Matches:— Eastern Suburban Rifles.—First Class—Captain Sellar, ...

    Article : 878 words
  21. POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE.

    DRUNKENNESS.—William Harvey, Thomas Cook, and William Cooper, seamen of the Blackwall, were charged with being drunk and disorderly, on the North-parade, on Friday evening, and assaulting the police. Constable Head ...

    Article : 145 words
  22. POLICE COURT—CLARE.

    ASSAULT.—George Harmer appeared to a summons taken out by Hermann Bartol for an assault, on the evening of the 19th October. From the evidence it appeared that plaintiff and others were enjoying themselves at a private ...

    Article : 182 words
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    EXTRAORDINARY MURDER BY TWO CHILDREN.— At the Chester assizes Peter Barratt and James Bradley, aged eight years, were arraigned for the wilful murder of a child, George Burgess, at ...

    Article : 691 words
  24. PORT GAWLER.

    Meeting to Adopt a Rate.—Rates of threepence and sixpence in the pound were proposed. The show of hands was in favor of the threepenny rate, which was affirmed by a poll by a majority of 33. General Business.—Present—All the ...

    Article : 168 words
  25. VOLUNTEERS.

    Sir—It has occurred to me that an addition might be made to our regiment of Volunteers by forming a company of Highlanders. I have no doubt a sufficient number of Highlanders might be found in and ...

    Article : 81 words
  26. MUNNO PARA EAST.

    No quorum. ...

    Article : 8 words
  27. PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.

    Sir—The growing taste for music in this colony is a pleasing evidence of a rise in the intellectual scale, and should be fostered as it deserves. The musical treats spread for our enjoyment by the Philharmonic ...

    Article : 288 words
  28. NOARLUNGA.

    Present—The Chairman and Mr. Clark. No quorum. ...

    Article : 11 words
  29. YANKALILLA.

    Present—Messrs. W. Fergusson (Chairman) and J. Shepherd. No quorum. ...

    Article : 14 words
  30. HINDMARSH.

    Present—All the members, except Mr. Pickering. Letter from Mr. W. Sanders requesting his assessment might be lowered; Clerk to reply that in justice to others Council could not comply. Complaint from several ratepayers of ...

    Article : 105 words
  31. CLARE.

    Present—All the members. Two tenders of £12 each sent in for work at Trilling's Gap; both refused, being considered too high. Clerk to write David Thomas to open road to water reserve, section 1280, Hill River; and Messrs. Ninnes ...

    Article : 182 words
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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 96 words
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    ABSCONDING HUSBANDS.—The present defective state of the law, in respect to the desertion of wives by their husbands, was forcibly illustrated in the case of a man who was, the other day, brought before ...

    Article : 163 words
  34. [?]NAUNGA.

    Meeting to adopt a rate. Mr. W. Richardson in the chair. Mr. F. Clegge[?] proposed, and Mr. Thomas Crowhurst seconded a rate of ninepence. An amendment waa proposed for a rate of sixpence. The ninepenny rate was carried. ...

    Article : 179 words
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    Advertising : 1,421 words
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