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  2. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    Mr. BLYTH asked the Advocate-General whether the Government had any intention to bring in a Bill to prevent or regulate the importation of ticket-of-leave men from Western ...

    Article : 2,756 words
  3. CONVENTION-BETWEEN GREAT-BRITATN AND JAPAN.

    The commercial convention between Great Britain and Japan, which was signed at Nagasaki on the 14th October, 1854, was ratified at the same place on the 9th, October 1855. ...

    Article : 1,689 words
  4. ANOMALIES OF THE REVISED ESTI­MATES.

    Sir—Allow me to occupy a portion of your space in reference to one or two items in the unended Estimates for this year. I allude more particularly to the salaries of the first ...

    Article : 520 words
  5. AN APPEAL FOR PUBLIC WORKS.

    Sir—I am just returned from the Wharf, and have again witnessed the crowded state of the Havilah's decks, as she once again took her departure for Victoria. ...

    Article : 391 words
  6. PEOBABLE REMEDY FOR THE CABBAGE LOUSE (Aphis Brassica).

    Sir—It is very [?] use a man sitting down with his hands in his pocket, or his pipe in his mouth, and stoically looking on whilst his crops are destroyed, without making an effort ...

    Article : 467 words
  7. THE SEARCH FOR COAL.

    Sir—In the course of some remarks upon the subject of boring for coal in the Council yesterday, Mr. Forster is reported to have said that "unless the world was turned upside ...

    Article : 590 words
  8. THE PORTS OF THE MURRAY.

    Sir—In the remarks of "W." headed "Port Elliot aud Strathalbyn Tramway," the writer proposes the point of junction to be at Middleton, from which I beg to differ. To look on ...

    Article : 589 words
  9. THE GOVERNMENT MEMORANDUM

    The two following Comparative Statements of the original and revised Estimates vero appended to the Government Memorandum on the four first. Reports of the Estimates ...

    Article : 849 words
  10. BUILDING REGULATIONS.

    Sir—Under the heading Mayor's Court in recent numbers of the Register, I notice that several persons have been somewhat heavily fined for neglecting to observe certain building ...

    Article : 177 words
  11. A PLEA FOR THE PIGS.

    Sir—I am greatly surprised that no one has commented upon the new Impounding Act. The tenth clause is really scandalous, and goes the whole hog with a vengeance. It enables ...

    Article : 711 words
  12. ALBERTON AND QUEENSTOWN.—PUBLIC MEETING.

    At a meeting held last evening at the Alberton Hotel, to take into consideration the necessity of securing a crossing on the Railway where it intersects the Torrens-road, Mr. Formby, of Alberton, was called to the chair. ...

    Article : 903 words
  13. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    Present—Mr. Geo. Young (in the chair), Messrs. Abrahams, Noltenius, M. B. Henriques, Main, Chubb, Glyde, Tomkinson, Platts, Blyth, M.L.C., Abraham Scott Hall, Smith (of Elder A Co.), Hector, Austin ...

    Article : 2,252 words
  14. THE PROPOSED PAYNEHAM DISTRICT.

    Sir—In the memorial adopted at a meeting of the ratepayers of the East Torrens District, held on the 23rd of April last, at the Wellington Inn, Payneham, it is said "That from a ...

    Article : 838 words
  15. ANNUAL SUPPLIES.

    Sir—Under this head a report appeared in your issue of the 2nd instant, wherein my name is brought very prominently before the public as one that tendered for the burial of ...

    Article : 690 words
  16. NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY.

    "That he will move the consideration of the Estimate in Committee of the whole Council." 2. The COLONIAL SECRETARY to move— ...

    Article : 1,072 words
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