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  2. ELECTION MEETINGS.

    Two meetings of electors hid been announced for the tame hoar an Saturday evening, December 20, at the two Lobethal hotels, the object of each being to decide upon fit and proper persons to represent the district in ...

    Article : 1,229 words
  3. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    Present—Mr. Wm. Randall (Chairman), Mr. Newbold, Mr. Tarran. A memorial was read from 14 settlers, requesting the Council to erect a bridge over the creek crossing the ...

    Article : 276 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,624 words
  5. "Adelaide, December 19, 1856.

    "Dear Sir—I am in the receipt of your letter dated the 17th, and in reply beg to say that I thank the electors for their kind expressions with regard to myself, and feel it due to them to give an outline of my political ...

    Article : 383 words
  6. ONKAPARINGA.

    Present—Messrs. Francis Duffield (Chairman), C. Lauterbach, A. Brakenridge, and J. Thompson. Mr. Leggett's offer to execute an additional piece of work on the road near his place for £4 was accepted. ...

    Article : 456 words
  7. "Adelaide, December 21, 1866.

    "Dear Sir—I have to acknowledge receipt of your letter of 17th inst, requesting to know, on behalf of a meeting of electors, held at Woodside last Monday, whether I am agreeable to come forward as a candidate ...

    Article : 439 words
  8. BURRA AND CLARE DISTRICT.

    A meeting of the electors of the above district took place at the Travellers' Best Inn, Clare, on the evening of the 18th instant—Mr. Lennon in the chair. The following gentlemen were proposed and seconded ...

    Article : 1,780 words
  9. MELBOURNE LEGENDS.

    Ye guardian powers whose rule controls The phrenzy of poetic souls, Restraining every madly frantic Extravagance of rhyming antic. ...

    Article : 1,173 words
  10. ANGASTON.

    Present—Messrs. Foott (Chairman), Badford, and Crabb. Bead, a letter from Mr. G. F. Angas, objecting to the notice given by the Council in Gazette of 11th inst, to ...

    Article : 232 words
  11. "Nairne, December 5, 1856.

    "My dear Sir—I have to apologue for not answering the note I had the honour to receive from yon on the 28th ultimo ere this. "I feel extremely gratified that I should be considered ...

    Article : 245 words
  12. HIGHERCOMBE.

    The Chairman, accompanied by three of the Councillors and the Surveyor, visited the road leading to the had of Snake Gully and the road petitioned for by Mr. Richard Coulter and others, which occupied the hours ...

    Article : 67 words
  13. OPENING OF THE RAILWAY TO SALISBURY.

    Sir—I see by advertisement that the Commissioners of the Adelaide and Crawler Town Railway announce the intended departure of a special train for conveying all such as would ...

    Article : 184 words
  14. YATALA DISTRICT.

    On Tuesday evening last a public meeting, called by advertisement, was held at the Plough and Harrow Inn, Peachey Belt, to consider who should represent the District of Yatala in the House of Assembly under the new ...

    Article : 1,901 words
  15. MEETING AT WOODSIDE.

    A crowded meeting assembled on Monday evening at Woodside for the purpose of receiving the replies of the several gentlemen nominated as candidates. About 100 persons were present, including many from Nairne. ...

    Article : 2,715 words
  16. THE COMING HOLIDAYS.

    Sir—So we are to have only three trains to the Port next Thursday and Friday, the very days on which many hundreds will seek a change from the dust and turmoil of pleasant ...

    Article : 140 words
  17. "Morialta, December 22, 1856.

    "Dear Sir—I was about to forward the accompanying to the post this morning, when some gentlemen waited upon me to request me to reconsider my determination to go to the Upper House, and they detained me in ...

    Article : 852 words
  18. EMPRESS EUGENIE IN ENGLAND.

    A little reflection will convince even the English doubter that the influence of the Empress of the French upon English feelings and English customs is far greater than that of ...

    Article : 976 words
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