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  2. NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 6,770 words
  3. STEATHALBYN.

    The annual meeting of the Strathalbyn branch of the Bible Society was held in the Free Presbyterian Church on the evening of the 25th insh, the Rev. J. Anderson in the chair. The Rev. Mr. Wright, who ...

    Article : 961 words
  4. A COAL-PIT ON FIRE.

    On Wednesday afternoon a fearful coal-pit accident occurred at the Summerlee coal-pit, situated on the farm of Dykehead, about three miles from Hamilton, belonging to Messrs. Wilsons & Co. The pit is ...

    Article : 1,104 words
  5. SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO.

    This case was postponed to a future day. COOPER V. DEAN. Postponed. HERFORD V. DISTRICT COUNCIL OF BURNSIDE. ...

    Article : 525 words
  6. [FROM OUR VICTORIAN CORRESPONDENT.] Melbourne, October 30. VICTORIA.

    The Treasurer's statement shows a deficit of £300,000. He proposes to cover the amount by additional Customs duties and wharfage rates, by a tax on Bank notes, and by a reduction to ...

    Article : 93 words
  7. PUBLIC TELEGRAM.

    The following telegram was posted at the Telegraph Office on Wednesday:— MELBOURNE SHIPPING.—Arrived—(Oct. 29) —Eli Witney, ship, Calcutta; Queen of Fields, ...

    Article : 58 words
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    VICTORIAN THEATRE.—We would direct especial attention to the fact that the performances at the Victoria Theatre this evening will be for the benefit of Mr. Robert Heir. Whatever may be the cause of the apathy ...

    Article : 1,395 words
  9. PORT WALLAROO.

    The most interesting item of news for the last fortnight is the great bullock strike for the want of water! Nightly meetings were held by the bullocks, and resolutions adopted to the effect that such ...

    Article : 737 words
  10. INSOLVENCY COURT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 46 words
  11. LOCAL COURT—PORT AUGUSTA.

    BURGOYNE V. MOUNSTER—Balance of account £20 [?]s. 10d. The defendant produced his books with the entry, and stated he had forwarded the amount per letter. Had received an acknowledgment of the payment, but mislaid it. ...

    Article : 163 words
  12. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    DRUNK AND RIOTOUS.—James Baird, charged with being drunk and insulting females on the previous evening, was fined 40s. BEING ON PREMISES FOR AN UNLAWFUL PURPOSE.— ...

    Article : 954 words
  13. "HEAR, HEAR," AND "HERE, HERE."

    Sir—It has sometimes occurred to me that it would be a great help to some of your readers if you published a kind of short index with every day's Parliament, different from your Parliamentary ...

    Article : 310 words
  14. CALLINGTON.

    The Wesleyan Methodists celebrated their Sabbathschool anniversary on Sunday, October 20, when sermons were preached in behalf of the school, in the morning and evening by Mr. James Close, of ...

    Article : 275 words
  15. A PUGILIST PAINTER.

    Instances are not wanting to prove that the study of pugilism and a love of the arts are compatible. Byron affectionately refers to his "old friend and corporeal pastor and master, John Jackson, Esq., ...

    Article : 1,978 words
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    REMARKABLE PARROT.—There was parrot belonging to a friend of our familly, a Portuguese gentleman who had married an English wife, and resided in England. The parrot was a great favorite in the ...

    Article : 641 words
  17. POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE.

    MARINE BOARD ACT.—R. H. Dixon, chief officer, of the Luisa, appeared to the information of the Harbor-Master for failing to remove the vessel to a berth indicated by informant, under the authority of the President of the Marine ...

    Article : 120 words
  18. CARELESS LEGISLATION.

    Sir—I was much surprised to-day on being requested to sign a petition to the Legislature, praying that provision might be made for crossings within this town, and also for approaches to the wharf, which ...

    Article : 288 words
  19. PORT AUGUSTA.

    It is gratifying to the friends of South Australia to observe the permanent position this port is assuming amongst her harbors. There are two wharfs for landing, and just now it is literally a scramble ...

    Article : 440 words
  20. PORTLAND ESTATE.

    Present—Messrs. H. Weman (Chairman), R. Lindsey, J. Dedman, and E. Morgan. Mr. W. Crocker was elected constable. ...

    Article : 22 words
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    SIR W. G. ARMSTRONG AND HIS WORKMEN.—A most interesting soiree of the workmen employed on the Elswick ordnance and engine works at Newcastl-on-Tyne has been held in the pattern-shop on the ...

    Article : 350 words
  22. EAST TORRENS.

    Present—The Chairman, and Messrs. Cobbledick, Norton, and Pascoe. Letter from Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration stating that the sum voted for repair of Greenhill-road would not be expended until end of present ...

    Article : 42 words
  23. BURNSIDE.

    Present—The Clairman, and Messrs. Grylls and Poole. Read letter from Mr. Holton tendering his lesignation of the office of Poundkeeper of the Glen Osmond Pound at the expiration of one month; accepted, the office to be ...

    Article : 101 words
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    TREATING NOT BRIBERY!—The Right Honorable Frederick Peel has the credit of having discovered a new and unobjectionable form of political influence. He has chartered an excursion train to bring his ...

    Article : 157 words
  25. PARAFFIN OIL.

    Sir—In your issue of to-day there is a letter signed "Precaution," accompanied by another letter from tho Times signed "Colta," endeavouring to show that the late accident in London to a Mr. and ...

    Article : 429 words
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