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  2. NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

    The Matches of the South Australian Rifle Association were concluded yesterday (Friday), when the Rifle Derby was shot off. The particulars of the match were:— ...

    Article : 488 words
  3. SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO.

    His Honor Mr. Justice Boothby read his judgment in this case as follows:— [?]On the judgment of the majority of the Court in this case, on the 1st instant, I expressed my intention of ...

    Article : 5,372 words
  4. [FROM OUR VICTORIAN CORRESPONDENT.] Melbourne, November 8. VICTORIA.

    The weather has been very hot for the races to-day. The Town Plate was won by Archer, followed by Secundus. ...

    Article : 68 words
  5. PUBLIC TELEGRAM.

    The following was posted at the Telegraph Office on Friday:— MELBOURNE SHIPPING.—Arrived.—November 8.—Dove, schooner, Circular Head, Sailed. ...

    Article : 59 words
  6. LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE.

    SMITH V. ROWE.—Action for the recovery of a horse. Verdict for defendant. THOMPSON V. ALSTON.—Action for £11 3s. 3d., for goods sold and money lent. Verdict for the amount. ...

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  7. THE ARTILLERY.

    Sir—Your correspondent "Volunteer," who has so patriotically entered [?]the lists in defence of the action taken by Government regarding the prizes for artillery firing, while blaming "Fai[?] Play and No ...

    Article : 355 words
  8. NAIRNE.

    The rifle match of the Nairne volunteer company came off on Monday, as agreed upon, and a much larger number attended than usual. The prize was neither a gold medal nor a silver bugle, but a very ...

    Article : 167 words
  9. LOCAL COURT—MAGILL.

    AULD V. KERR.—Action for £1 for damage sustained by the removal of plaintiff's fence and tresspass on land with horse and cart by defendant. Judgment for 5s. and costs. CRIMINAL SIDE. ...

    Article : 174 words
  10. TRANSIT OF MERCURY.

    Sir—Will you allow me a litttle space in your valuable columns to call the attention of your readers to the approaching transit of the planet Mercury across the sun's disc—a phenomenon which, though ...

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  11. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    DRUNK.—John McKinnon, charged with being drunk in Morphett-street, on the previous night, was fined 5s. FELONY.—Alexander Beard was charged with stealing a purse containing £1, from Isabella Jeffery. Prosecntrix ...

    Article : 1,656 words
  12. KAPUNDA.

    Fortunately for the credit of our volunteers, one of their number has succeeded in winning a prize at the National Rifle Match; Sergeant Hawke having won the sixth prize in match No. 2 among the second ...

    Article : 320 words
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    PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY.—Monday will be observed as a general holiday at the Public Offices, Banks, and by all the leading merchants and traders in Adelaide. We shall ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. WATER.

    Sir—It would certainly be a great advantage to Norwood if it were supplied with water from the reservoir; and it seems to me that this could be easily done, as the main-pipe to Adelaide runs close ...

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    DR. BROWNE'S RIFLE.—This beautiful rifle, presented by Dr. Browne to be shot for by persons using Terry's 30-bore breech-loaders, will be competed for this morning on the South ...

    Article : 117 words
  16. VOLUNTEER PRIZES.

    Sir—Handsome prizes offered by Government have just been competed for by first and second class men, but no prizes were offered for recruits or third class men. ...

    Article : 67 words
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    BROWNE V. WHITE & BREWER.—Mr. Browne has called our attention to an error embodied in ourreport of the application to the Supreme Court in the above case. It is therein stated that when ...

    Article : 123 words
  18. GAWLER.

    The annual meeting of the Gawler Branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society took place on Wednesday evening last at the Oddfellows Hall. The company was not so numerous as was ...

    Article : 814 words
  19. IMMIGRATION.

    Sir—I perceive that once more the question of immigration or no immigration is the order of the day. Now it has occurred to me that a very simple plan might be adopted to set that question at rest. ...

    Article : 183 words
  20. NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY.

    NOTICE OF MOTION: 1. Mr. BARROW to move— "That the Standing Orders Committee do, on Wednesday, 13th November, bring up their report upon the Draft ...

    Article : 823 words
  21. THE FLAGSTAFF.

    Sir—It would be a great improvement to the flagstaff if the recently-erected weathercock were removed. People not living in the immediate neighbourhood, even if they cared to know, cannot tell by the ...

    Article : 159 words
  22. MR. SUTHERLAND'S GOLD CUP.

    Sir—It is with feelings of regret, and that not of a few of the spectators at the distribution of prizes this afternoon to the successful riflemen, that the gold cup was allowed to remain unpresented by Lady ...

    Article : 97 words
  23. THE REMAINS DISCOVERED IN MOUNT BLANC.

    Sir—I was much interested in reading in your impression of Saturday last an account of the recent discovery at Chamo[?]nis, of the remains of Augusta Tairaz, Pierre Balmat, and Pierre Carrier, who were ...

    Article : 699 words
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    MINING INTELLIGENCE.—At the Cumberland mine the bottom level is driven 11 fathoms 4 feet through good ground, showing mundic faced with green ore. The stopes are let at 7 per cent per fathom. In the ...

    Article : 344 words
  25. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    First hearing. The insolvent attended, and was examined by Mr. Bakewell, who appeared on behalf of the Colonial Bank of Australasia. He stated—I carried on business in Victoria in ...

    Article : 626 words
  26. MUNICIPAL CORPORATION.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 94 words
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    VICTORIA THEATRE.—The attendance at the Victoria Theatre was rather better on Friday evening. The two-act comedy of the Bachelor of Arts was very well performed, Mr. Heir taking the part of Harry ...

    Article : 101 words
  28. BOOTHBY PETITIONS.

    Sir—I wish to correct an error into which you have fallen in your leading article of to-day. You inform your readers that "Mr. Angas himself, in the course of his remarks on Thursday, unfortunately stated ...

    Article : 295 words
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    ENROLMENT OF VOLUNTEERS.—We understand that orders have been issued to stop the enrolment of any more volunteers at present. ...

    Article : 21 words
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