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  2. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 166 words
  3. ST. PATRICK'S DAY.

    Sir.—The conventional howling over the wrongs of Ireland which "Saxon" attributes as the common propensity of Irishmen (an insulting and gratuitous addendum to his remarks about the faculty he ...

    Article : 305 words
  4. MUSICAL BROTHERS.

    Sir.—The Register of Saturday last has a notice on the performances of the Bellringers for the " Albert Bells Fond," in the course of which it says—"and Mr. C.H Compton's brilliant execution caused a feeling ...

    Article : 139 words
  5. LOCAL COURT.—ADELAIDE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 139 words
  6. LICENSING MEETINGS.

    Sir-Will you or any of your numerous readers inform me if it is legal to change the place of granting licences from the Local Court to any public room at a moment's notice? ...

    Article : 46 words
  7. MOUNT BARKER.

    Rumours have been, very rife this last week that Mr. J. Dunn, M.P., had offered his splendid mansion and beautiful grounds as a residence to His Excellency Sir D. Daly. Should His Excellency accept ...

    Article : 567 words
  8. LOCAL COURT-GAWLER.

    Joseph lines was brought up on a warrant charged by Albert Butterfield with using threats to him at [?] Log on the 5th instant. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was bound over to keep the ...

    Article : 142 words
  9. LOCAL COURT.—MOUNT BARKER.

    McK[?]ZIE. v. RUNDEL.—Action for ?£3, trespass on allotments 200, 202, and 203, Mount Barker. Mr. Bonnar for plaintff, Mr. Walker for defendant. plaintiff stated that from the 29th November, 1863, to 3rd ...

    Article : 391 words
  10. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    Present.—His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Clark Baker, Bowen, Thomas, Bulk, Car[?] Bundey and Winter. ...

    Article : 2,535 words
  11. POLICE COURT.—ADELAIDE.

    DRUNKENNESS-.John. Garry was fined 5s. for this offence. STEALING A WATCH.-George Goldthard appeared to the information of Inspector Peterswald for stealing a silver watch, the property of Win. Jarvis, of Torke's Peningula, ...

    Article : 645 words
  12. WENTWORTH.

    An event of considerable local interest occurred here on Saturday 27th. Mr. Thomas Smith, boatbuilder of this place having long been of opinion that stern wheels, similar to those used to propel the ...

    Article : 686 words
  13. NOARLUNGA.

    There is but little to notice here at present Ploughing, wine-making, shipping wheat at the Jetty, and the speculation of more money for the wheat, absorb the attention of nearly every one, more ...

    Article : 442 words
  14. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.

    Present.—Sir J.H. Fisher (in the chair) His Worship the Mayor of Adelaide, Messrs. N. Blyth. A. Blyth, G.E. Hamilton, W. Townsend, Thomas English. J.W. Lewis, John Baker. A.B. Murray. J.B. Neales. W. Peacock. W.R. ...

    Article : 3,235 words
  15. OPENING OF THE NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL, THEBARTON.

    On Monday evening the opening of the new Wesleyan Chapel, Thebarton, was celebrated by a tea meeting by the members of the connexion for whose accommodation the building was erected, and a large number of friends from ...

    Article : 1,960 words
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