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  2. SPORTING.

    MR. MURRAY'S ROCKET.—Mr. A. S. Murray writes to contradict a statement made by our correspondent "Sportsman," in the report of a run with the Adelaide Hounds, that Rocket had ...

    Article : 223 words
  3. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    Mr. Ingleby, Q.C., for the petitioner; Mr. Wigley and Mr. Smith watched the case on behalf of the patient. This was a petition, filed by Captain Francis ...

    Article : 1,124 words
  4. POLICE COURTS.

    John Johnstons, for [?] conduct, was discharged with a caution. For being drunk defendant was fined 5s. John Garrett, a labourer, was charged with ...

    Article : 953 words
  5. MESSES. J. MARTIN & CO. AND THEIR EMPLOYES.

    A meeting of the employes of Mean. James Martin & Co. was held ia the Oddfellows' Hall, Gawler, on Tuesday evening, August 22. Mr. James H. Mather, engine-fitter, occupied the ...

    Article : 2,083 words
  6. JOCKEY CLUB PROSPECTS.

    We have now got the annual meeting of our premier racing Club over, and know what their experiences have been in the year that has ended, as well as what they hope to do in that ...

    Article : 2,491 words
  7. MEETING AT DUBLIN.

    A meeting was held at the Dublin Hotel on August 14 to consider the desirability of petitioning the Government to improve the shipping-place at Cowan's and Magarey's wheat stores. ...

    Article : 397 words
  8. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    Final Hearings.—Theodore Charles August Voges, of Adelaide, agent; John Willsmore, of Beverley, near Port-road, carter; Philip Oates Jacka, late of Moonta, storekeeper, but now of ...

    Article : 78 words
  9. LOCAL COURTS.

    Nine unsatisfied judgments were disposed of. In BESANCO V. HORNBURY, the defendant was ordered to be imprisoned for 14 days, on the ground that since judgment was given he had ...

    Article : 1,060 words
  10. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    THE HAMLEY.—Captain J. Warren reported on August 19:—"The lode in the bottom of No. 2 Shaft has improved since my last report, and is now orey throughout, and worth for the ...

    Article : 1,318 words
  11. RESUMPTION OF LAND ON THE WESTERN PLAINS.

    Sir—The correspondence recently published by you decrying the land on the Western Plains as arid and sterile, quite unfit for agriculture, is just a repetition of the same old story that we ...

    Article : 237 words
  12. BOARDS OF HEALTH.

    Present—Dr. Gosse (President), all the members, and the Secretary. The Town Clerk of Adelaide forwarded a return which had been asked for by the Board. ...

    Article : 555 words
  13. THE INQUEST ON ELLEN WILSON.

    Sir—I have nothing more to say about this affair than appeared in my letter of the 20th instant. I cannot pretend to give a verbatim report of ...

    Article : 116 words
  14. SUPREME COURT.—IN BANCO.

    This was a summons arising out of the Whittaker estate, which had been twice placed in the list for argument. As counsel did not appear the Court ordered ...

    Article : 139 words
  15. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—Mr. William Leighton remarks, in his rejoinder to Dr. Corbin's Tetter, that he "cannot permit statements to pass that are not correct." With this very laudable desire for truth and ...

    Article : 117 words
  16. IN CHAMBERS.

    Mr. Stuart for the plaintiff; Mr. Ingleby, Q.C, and Mr. Nesbit for the claimants, the trustees of the estate of Arthur Blakesby, deceased: Mr. Sheridan for the Sheriff. ...

    Article : 566 words
  17. A LYING-IN HOSPITAL.

    Sir—I hope the untimely death of Mrs. Wilson will arouse the benevolent public to the importance of the subject so forcefully pled for by "Humanitas," in your issue of the 21st ...

    Article : 130 words
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