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  2. TRIFLES OF WIT AND HUMOR.

    IN A STEW.—Can a man be said to be in a stew when you make his blood boil? "WANTED.—A lifeboat that will float on a "sea of troubles." ...

    Article : 1,785 words
  3. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,216 words
  4. INSOLVENCY COURT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 25 words
  5. THE CORONATION OATH.

    Sir—Will you permit me to enquire of yourself, "or of such of your intelligent readers as have the requisite statistical information at hand, how many of the 40 odd Governors of British colonies are ...

    Article : 146 words
  6. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    WANDERERS.—Nicholas Budd and Edward Stepney, two young lads, were charged with sleeping in the open air and not being able to give a satisfactory account of themselves. His Worship discharged them with a caution. ...

    Article : 44 words
  7. MITCHAM.

    Present—All the members. Deputation visiting the Old Cut reported the contract finished satisfactorily, and recommended one new culvert be made, and three old ones repaired. Report adopted, and Mr. Sanders's offer for the ...

    Article : 99 words
  8. THE LATE CASE OF POISONING.

    Sir—It was with no little regret that I read in your paper this morning the report of an inquest held yesterday on the body of a child at Norwood. The loss of beloved little ones under any circumstances is ...

    Article : 450 words
  9. YANKALILLA.

    Present—Messrs. W. Fergusson (Chairman), J. Shepherd, and J. Holman. Deputation from Myponga portion of district attended to request deviation of road through Mr. Wright's property, were informed that £85 must be raised ...

    Article : 187 words
  10. KEW BAPTIST CHAPEL.

    On Sunday, the 15th instant, the Rev. Isaac Kew, of Melbourne, preached two sermons in White's Room, to the congregation under the pastoral care of the Rev. Silas Mead, M.A., LL.B. ...

    Article : 3,182 words
  11. MEETING AT THE SIR JOHN BARLEYCORN.

    A meeting consisting of about 150 persons, the supporters of Mr. John Clark, was held on Saturday evening, Dec. 14, at the Sir John Barleycorn, Rundle-street, for the purpose of securing the election of that gentleman to ...

    Article : 700 words
  12. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—In answer to your Middleton correspondent "Quidnunc," allow me to say that, at this busy time, if "Quidnunc" would go to work instead of hanging about those places where work is much more talked ...

    Article : 250 words
  13. WALLAROO.

    We are indebted to a gentleman who returned from Wallaroo on Saturday for the subjoined information:— A fatal accident occurred on Wednesday last to a ...

    Article : 291 words
  14. IMMIGRATION.

    Sir—The present controversy upon the immigration question, which divides the colony into two opposing factions, cannot but be interesting to all who have the real welfare of 4 South Australia at heart. On the ...

    Article : 770 words
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    A SUFFOLK REDPATH.—It is rumored that the accounts of a gentleman recently deceased, in a small town in the centre of Suffolk, exhibit defalcations to the amount of £80,000. In the little town in which ...

    Article : 842 words
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    OPENING OF THE CITY BATHS.—The City Baths were formally opened on Saturday morning by His "Worship the Mayor, in presence of several members of the late Corporation, and a few other spectators, ...

    Article : 980 words
  17. MEETING AT THE HAMBURG HOTEL.

    A meeting of the friends and supporters of Mr" E. B. W. Glandfield, one of the candidates for the Mayoralty of the City, was held at the Hamburg Hotel on Saturday evening. Mr. Darton was voted tq the, ...

    Article : 1,365 words
  18. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—Parliaments prorogued—Ministers have been rescued on Mr. Arthur Blyth's motion of " no confidence"—Ministers are supposed to bs hard at work in concocting the next measures for the next session, ...

    Article : 803 words
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