The following important proclamation has been issued by President Lincoln:— "Washington, August 16. "Whereas, on the 15th day of April, the President ...Article : 692 words
Hour. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 11. Isaac Cliff, final hearing. ...Article : 12 words
The ship Prince of the Seas was destroyed by fire on Friday night. The Ministerial programme proposes to throw open ten millions of acres of agricultural land ...Article : 129 words
The sittings of thia Court will be held on Wednesday, November 20, 1861. The following is a list of the causes set down for trial:— To appear at 10 o'clock forenoon. ...Article : 112 words
RIOTOUS CONDUCT.—Wm. Bowden was charged with behaving riotously and annoying James Kelly, in Rundle-street, on the 16th inst. A cross information was laid by Bowden against Kelly for a like offence against him arising ...Article : 1,127 words
News from the Lachlan of brilliant yields; 10,000 persons are said to be there. ...Article : 18 words
The following was posted at the Telegraph Office on Monday:— NOTICE.—Telegraphic communication opened with Queensland. Stations—Brisbane, Ipswich, ...Article : 128 words
Present—His Worship the Mayor, Alderman Colton, and Councillors Brice, Clark, Cottrell, Fox, Bankin, Thomas, and Vosz. The TOWN CLERK announced that an election had ...Article : 2,292 words
Sir—In your issue of the 8th inst. there is a letter on immigration from "An Old Colonist," to which I must take exception. I am fully aware that the subject, both pro and con., should be thoroughly argued, ...Article : 738 words
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGE.—A telegraphic message was forwarded a few days ago direct from the offices of the Electric Telegraph Company in London to Taganrog in the Sea of Azoff, a distance of 2,500 miles, being ...Article : 3,089 words
Present—Messrs. W C. Belt (Chairman), S. P. H. Wright, and the Secretary (Mr. E. W. Wickes.) INSPECTORS REPORTS. The Chief Inspector reported having inspected 38 ...Article : 724 words
An adjourned general meeting of the members of the Chamber of Commerce was held at Green's Exchange on Monday afternoon. J. Acraman, Esq., President, occupied the chair, and there were about 40 gentlemen present. ...Article : 3,693 words
Sir—A friend of mine suggested to me the propriety of urging on you, the people's inpartial and respected advocate, the desirability of soliciting the Government of South Australia, and all South ...Article : 420 words
NOTICE OF MOTION: 1. Mr. AYERS to move— "That, in the opinion of this Council, the time his arrived when the attention of the Government should be earnestly ...Article : 790 words
Present—Messrs. Dew and Merchant. No quorum. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. Present—Messrs. G. Dew (Chairman), Hemmingway, Pearson, and Everard. Tenders for repairing Henley ...Article : 87 words
Sir—When will the Corporation Baths be open? Thermometer at 100[?] in shade, and Pybus and Turner "shut up;" self[?]" baking slowly" makes me prefer the above request. ...Article : 42 words
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