Arrived—The Esperance and the J[?]ans from London. The Burra was at Portland at 9 o'clock this morning. ...Article : 81 words
There was an adjourned meeting of the shareholders of the National Bank of Australasia, on Saturday November 20, at the Norfolk Arms, Rundle-street. The meeting had been convened, by order of the Provisional ...Article : 7,541 words
The new Indian Council has been described as adequately representing the principal Indian interests. The Bengal Civil Service is represented by Mr. Peinsen and Mr. R. D. Mangles ...Article : 4,096 words
ALEXANDER LEES, Jerningham-street, North Adelaide, contractor. First hearing. The insolvent was not in attendance. CHARLES THOMAS & MAURIE THOMAS the Younger ...Article : 283 words
INDIAN AND AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAPH.—Since our last the prospectus of the Indian und Australian Telegraph Company, limited, has been issued. The first section [?] to extend ...Article : 2,442 words
DRUNKENNESS AND OBSCENITY.—One person was fined for drunkenness.—June Sheppard was charged with making use of obscene language. A constable stated the language made use of. His Worship severely ...Article : 339 words
DELINQUENTS.—Five of the crew of the Sirocco were severally charged with refusing to join their vessel. Two of them were also charged with drunkenness. They said they had been quite willing to go on board, but the ...Article : 107 words
OBSTRUCTING THE STREETS.—Captain Malcolm, as agent for Elder, Stirling, & Co., was fined 5s. for placing and allowing to remain on the street several bales of wool.—A charge of obstructing the footpaths against ...Article : 1,366 words
Sir—It is a pity to mix up a great movement with a petty controversy, and therefore if the Bishop thinks that he stands in a proper position before the public after his letter in ...Article : 125 words
The whaling season is now over Without a single fish being caught, the first instance of the kind since the foundation of the colony. The Telegraph Clerk for the Port Elliot Station has ...Article : 204 words
The brig Lochinvar, 250 tons, Harris, master, fro[?] Port Adelaide, has arrived here to load a cargo of when and flour for Sydney. We are happy to inform the settlers in this ...Article : 186 words
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