DISORDERLIES.—One man was lined 5s. for being drunk the previous evening in Hindley-street.— Grace Gilbert, for appearing a second time on the charge of drunkenness, was fined 10s.—Mary Thomas, charged ...Article : 66 words
In Committee. Mr. DUTTON called attention to the following motion, standing in his name:— "That an address be presented to His Excellency the ...Article : 6,776 words
The SPEAKER announced that he had, pursuant to resolution of the Council, presented Addresses Nos. 23 and 24 to His Excellency the Governor-in-Chief. ...Article : 6,658 words
Charlet Harry, seaman, one of the crew of the barge Lady Young, was charged with having two silver watches in his possession, and being unable to give a satisfactory account of the circumstances under which he became ...Article : 156 words
Sir—I have the honour herewith to transmit, for submission to His Excellency tho Governor-in-Chief, the quarterly reports and returns of the Police Department, up to the 31st March, 1856. ...Article : 689 words
Sir—In your issue of to-day a resolution emanating from the present session of the Synod appears under the heading of "Glen Osmond Church Trusteeship." which contains ...Article : 106 words
Sir—Can your old correspondent, "Naturae Amator," or any of your raiders, tell us anything about the blight that is now upon all cabbages, turnips. &c.? Through the latter ...Article : 1,604 words
A social meeting of the Committee was held yesterday, at the Napoleon Bonaparte. Present—Mr. John Baker, M.L.C. (in the chair), Messrs. Babbage, Brunskill, Cobbledick, Curnew, Bailey, Cumming, D. Fisher, P. ...Article : 368 words
An election was this day held at the Yankalilla Hotel for one member of Council in room of Mr. James Tarran lately appointed a District Councillor for Rapid Bay. The following was the state of the poll at its close:— ...Article : 76 words
Present—Messrs. W. Randall (Chairman), J. Newbold, and H. Burgess, and J. Tarran. The Chairman reported his having communicated with the Chairman of the Yankalilla and Myponga ...Article : 113 words
"To enquire into the circumstances which led to the introduction of three thousand and upwards of single female immigrants, their position in this colony, and the expense ...Article : 188 words
Present—All the members. Vouchers from the following parties were laid before the Council:—F. F. Turner and J. Rudall, £1 1s. each for auditing the last half-year's accounts, ending Feb. 29 ...Article : 160 words
Present—All the members. Mr. Clifford Shirreff, of North Salisbury, applied for a slaughtering licence, which was granted. A letter was read from Mr. James Talbot requesting ...Article : 184 words
Sir—As a working man may 1 be allowed to make a few remarks upon the communications of your correspondents "No Unit." and "A Working Man." I should ...Article : 676 words
Present—The Chairman and all the members. Read, a letter from the solicitors enclosing the Cemetery Declaration of Trust-deed, duly registered, with an account of their charges in the matter £14 19s. 4d. ...Article : 193 words
GOVERNMENT BUSINESS: — ORDERS OF THE DAY:— 1. Monthly Steam Postal Bill: in Committee. ...Article : 1,473 words
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