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  2. COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE.

    We have for nearly a fortnight hart very unfavourable weather for harvest operations, and the tanners are crying out loudly, having the usual implement of harvest hands on hire, and nothing ...

    Article : 2,391 words
  3. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 67 words
  4. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.

    Mr. Grant has declared the Ministerial land policy. Free selectors' rent is to be reduced to 6 per cent., and they may take up double the ...

    Article : 123 words
  5. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    Present—Mr. Coulls (Chairman), and Messrs. Kolwes, Thomas, and Klopper. Messrs. Hallett, Blight. Everard, and Kelly were nominated to the Central Road Board. The Council to point out ...

    Article : 1,968 words
  6. SPORTING.

    The great race meetings of 1867 may be said to be over, and the time has arrived for asking what sire has been moat successful, that is to say, of what sire the progeny have been moat frequently ...

    Article : 1,994 words
  7. LOCAL COURTS.

    SHERWIN V. LAZAR AND OTHERS.—For £83 0s. 6d., labour done in preparing plans, specifications, &c for the new Theatre Royal Mr. Brace for the plaintiff and Mr. Wigley for the ...

    Article : 188 words
  8. THE RED RUST

    Sir—For weeks I have been the subject of general attacks which have been directed ut me throughout the whole colony, privately as well as publicly. There ia scarcely a paper I open from day to day ...

    Article : 5,965 words
  9. CATHOLIC EDUCATION COUNCIL.

    The usual monthly meeting of the Council was held at St. Francis Xavier Hall on Tuesday, January 14. Present—The Vicar-General on the chair) the Director-General, the Ven. Archdeacon. ...

    Article : 1,811 words
  10. POLICE COURTS.

    James Whitlaker, charged with having used indecent language in Bundle-street on the previous day, was fined 5s. with costs—10s. in all. Elizabeth. Pearson, charged with a similar. ...

    Article : 434 words
  11. KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD CORPORATION, JANUARY 16.

    Present—The Mayor and all the Councillors. Mr. Perry to prepare an estimate of the expense of erecting a strong-room next the Torn- Hall. The culvert in Kensington-terrace referred to by the ...

    Article : 311 words
  12. COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO DR. A. E. DAVIES, J.P., AT CLARE.

    On Tuesday evening last, the 14th instant, about 40 gentlemen met at the Shamrock and Thistle Hotel, Clare, to do honour to Mr. A. K. Davies. J.P., who is about to leave the colony for a period ...

    Article : 1,062 words
  13. NARRACOORTE HIGHLAND GAMES AND NATIONAL SPORTS.

    Stewards—Mesrs. J. Carter, W. T. Gore, B. McDonald, J. Oliver, J. McFadyen, J. Tucker. Starter, Mr. A. Cameron; Judge, Mr. W. Smith; Treasurer, Mr. H. J. Horsfall; Secretary, Mr. W. ...

    Article : 441 words
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