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  2. TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.

    Flour is firmer, and trade generally brisker. Three vessels have arrived, bringing 1,400 immigrants. Mr, Duffy, at a public dinner, has charged ...

    Article : 45 words
  3. REPRESENTATION OF THE CITY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 152 words
  4. Classified Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 1,321 words
  5. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    In re J. Commyns. Adjourned final hearing. This case was adjourned till this day (Tuesday). In re W. J. LITCHFIELD. ...

    Article : 40 words
  6. WHO PAYS FOR THE FINE LINEN OF THE BISHOPS?

    A lady, who has a small society in the West of England, sends me her Second Annual report of Clerical Destitution in England, Wales, and Ireland. She publishes twenty-seven cases. I select a few of ...

    Article : 900 words
  7. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    STEALING WEARING APPAREL.—Henry Smyth was charged with stealing a pair of trousers, a waistcoat, shirt, and other articles, the property of Seivert D[?]Owertezn. It appeared the prosecutor had been lodging at the house of ...

    Article : 551 words
  8. COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS.

    Sir—I should feel obliged if you would allow me to explain—in reference to a remark made at the Board of Competitive Examinations, "That the mistake was entirely his (Mr. Cawthorne's) own, in not observing ...

    Article : 192 words
  9. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.

    Before Sir J. H. Fisher (Chairman), Messrs. Glyde, Tomkinson, Dr. Everard, Moore, Barclay, Blyth, Morphett, Mildred, Neales, and Colley. TRANSFERS GRANTED. ...

    Article : 395 words
  10. FIGHTING DOCTORS.

    It is seldom that the members of the medical profession attempt to kill each other—like the members of the legal profession they prefer using the weapons which science has placed at ...

    Article : 1,310 words
  11. THE WONGA WONGA.

    Sir—In your issue of to-day there is a paragraph in reference to the Wonga Wonga, to part of which I beg to call your attention. Copy of telegram from Mr. E. Cherry in reply to ...

    Article : 184 words
  12. ANGASTON.

    Present—Messrs. Pepperell (in the chair), Holmes, and Schilling. Clerk to get posters, in English and German, cautioning persons against smoking, or in any other way causing risk of bush fires. Clerk to write to the Chief ...

    Article : 85 words
  13. CRAFERS.

    No quorum. ...

    Article : 6 words
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    NORWOOD AND KENSINGTON CORPORATION.— On Monday evening, December 9, a respectable meeting of ratepayers of Norwood and Kensington was held at the Town Hall; about 100 persons were present. His ...

    Article : 1,550 words
  15. PORT LINCOLN.

    Everything is very quiet in this place at present. Shearing is not yet quite finished at some of the stations. The only topic having any interest to residents ...

    Article : 314 words
  16. VARIETIES.

    THE YOUNG WIFE.—The marriage of middle age is companionship, the second marriage of maturity, perhaps the reparation of a mistake, perhaps the pallid transcript of a buried joy; but the marriage of ...

    Article : 2,678 words
  17. THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT.

    The London papers contain a prospectus of a somewhat novel description, being a proposal to erect a Volunteer Club House at or near to Wimbledon, sufficient to accommodate 1,000 ...

    Article : 1,062 words
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    MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS,—On Monday evening, December 9, a public meeting was held at the Wellington Inn, North Adelaide, for the purpose of securing the return of Mr. W. J. Cox as Mayor. About 30 ...

    Article : 989 words
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    ACCIDENT.—An accident, which might have been of a serious character, happened to Mr. D. McLeod, Editor of Bell's Life in Adelaide, on Tuesday, December 9. Mr. and Mrs, McLeod had been on a ...

    Article : 247 words
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