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  2. GAWLER.

    The Circus Company performed here on Monday last, and had a large attendance; but unfortunately, owing to the state of the ground, both from unevenness and wet, the equestrian part of the ...

    Article : 506 words
  3. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.

    A letter from Wentworth dated the 22nd, says that the Naomi and other tributaries of the Darling are very high. The Darling is rising steadily, and a flood is expected. ...

    Article : 305 words
  4. TALK ON THE FLAGS.

    The talk fa that all sorts of rumours as to financial difficulties experienced by Adelaide houses have been rife during the week; that everybody has been questioning everybody else ...

    Article : 1,903 words
  5. LITERATURE

    THE PRINCIPLES OF REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT. By EDWARD WILSON (Reprinted from the Fortnightly review). 1866. ...

    Article : 2,880 words
  6. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 64 words
  7. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    Present—Messrs. Fiebiger (Chairman), Thyer, Howard, and Haby. Chairman to write to Central Road Board, asking the surrey of main line of road through district. The District council of ...

    Article : 1,896 words
  8. LOCAL COURTS.

    MULLIGAN v. EVERARD.—FOR £46 15s. 10d., for work and labour done. Defendant appeared by counsel, Mr.Charles Lowe; Mr.Hindmarsh for plaintiff. Mr. Lowe submitted that this was a ...

    Article : 328 words
  9. POLICE COURTS.

    George Harris, charged on the information of Inspector Peterswald as having been drunk and noisy in King William-street, was fined 20s. August Hebermann, charged as having ...

    Article : 613 words
  10. PORT ELLIOT.

    Considerable excitement prevailed here yesterday morning in consequence of a rumour being circulated that the infant son of Mr. Leonardson, aged 16 days, had been discovered dead at an early ...

    Article : 572 words
  11. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A party of bushrangers, supposed to be Clarke's gang, stopped the Southern mails last night between Yass and Goulbourne, and rifled the bags. ...

    Article : 158 words
  12. THE SOUTH-EAST.

    HEAVY FROSTS.—The district during the early half of the present week has again been visited with a succession of very heavy frosts. This series has about finished the work commenced by the ...

    Article : 431 words
  13. MAURITIUS.

    We have Mauritius dates to the 21st ult. Australian flour, $4 47c. The market was dull, and a decline expected. Australian oats, $3 80c. The market was ...

    Article : 79 words
  14. KANMANTOO.

    On Monday last, the 23rd instant, an accident occurred at the Kanmantoo Mine, which fortunately was not attended with very serious consequences, to a miner named James Chevnoweth. ...

    Article : 231 words
  15. GLENELG CORPORATION.

    Present—His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Crook, Beck, Davie, Jones, Moseley, and Hitchcox. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. ...

    Article : 311 words
  16. PUBLIC TELEGRAM.

    MELBOURNE SHIPPING.—Arrived at Queenscliffe—July 27. Coorong, steamer, from Adelaide; True Briton, ship, from London, July 28. Western, steamer, from Portland ...

    Article : 44 words
  17. NEW ZEALAND.

    The West Coast Times of the 13th inst., gives the following telegraphic intelligence received from Nelson:—"Yesterday the town was startled by an announcement in the Nelson Colonist that Sullivan ...

    Article : 1,906 words
  18. CLARENDON.

    Since my last nothing of importance has transpired here except the total absence of the Superintending Surveyor of the South District, who has not for a long time been seen. People wonder ...

    Article : 223 words
  19. KAPUNDA.

    A meeting to consider the propriety of forming a volunteer corps in Kapunda, under the new regulations, was held at the Sir John Franklin Hotel on Monday night (23rd), His Worship the Mayor ...

    Article : 302 words
  20. KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD CORPORTION.

    Present—The Mayor and all the Councillors except Councillor Hutson. A letter was read from Mr. W. C. Calder, respecting the footpath along the Northern boundary ...

    Article : 188 words
  21. WALLAROO.

    News received by the Eclair, yesterday (27th), states that the different mines in the neighbourhood of Franklin Harbour are promising well. The Mittillee, we are informed, is looking splendid. ...

    Article : 348 words
  22. A WORD FOR THE BRITISH SEAMAN.

    Sir—I agree with " Old Salt" that it is a question of vital importance why shipmasters are subject to such constant annoyance from the misconduct of seaman at this model port. I suppose "Old Salt" ...

    Article : 566 words
  23. TANUNDA.

    Our township has not shown its heading in your valuable paper for a considerable time, nothing of any importance having happened. The general complaint of dulness in business ...

    Article : 290 words
  24. CALLINGI0N.

    The long desired boon of having a police-trooper stationed in Callington has at length been granted, and we think he is the right man in the right place. ...

    Article : 360 words
  25. NAIRNE.

    Since the election of District Councillors in the early part of this month our township has been unusually dull and quiet. The very heavy rains of the present week have ...

    Article : 206 words
  26. MILANG.

    The steamer Maranoa arrived this morning from the Murray with 316 bales of wool, consigned to Elder, Smith, & Co., for conveyance by dray to Adelaide. ...

    Article : 96 words
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