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  2. THE PARK LANDS.

    Sir—Unless the public assist the Corporation in protecting the fence and trees on the various approaches to the city, the money of the one will be wasted and a shady walk to town for ...

    Article : 183 words
  3. REAL PROPERTY ACT.

    Sir—In commencing to write on this all-absorbing question I must first apologize for any mistake in language, as I am neither a Registrar-General nor a Mr. Fenn, nor even a ...

    Article : 1,023 words
  4. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    CHUBB, HILL & CO., merchants and commission agents.—Adjourned hearing. The Attorney-General appeared for Mr. Chubb, Mr. Andrews for Mr. Hill, and Mr. Gwynne for the Official ...

    Article : 1,440 words
  5. BANKING AFFAIRS.

    Sir—I shall feel obliged by your allowing me a little space in your open column for a few remarks on the probable effect of the establishment of the branch of the proposed new ...

    Article : 577 words
  6. POLICE COURTS.

    DISORDERLY.—Elizabeth Griffin, one of the frail sisterhood, was charged with being drunk and disorderly on north-terrace on Saturday evening. From the evidence of the apprehending constable, it appeared that the ...

    Article : 1,637 words
  7. MUSCULAR CHRISTIANITY AND PUBLIC SHOOLS.

    Sir—I belong to the School of Muscular Christianity, and, if I take up my pen to write about public schools, you will know at once that I am not about to complain of the ...

    Article : 2,134 words
  8. AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS OF VICTORIA.

    The abstract from the agricultural statistical returns for the past year has just been completed, and in a few days the general summary will be ready for publication. We have been ...

    Article : 1,084 words
  9. SILK AND SUFFERING.

    Nothing is more conspicuous on the surface of society than a great improvement in the materials of dress. A certain brilliancy and elegance are not limited, as they once were to ...

    Article : 1,372 words
  10. THE BRITISH POST-OPPICE.

    A copy of the fourth report of the Postmaster-General of Great Britain relative to the working of his department has just reached us, and it contains a great deal of information which is ...

    Article : 1,292 words
  11. ULTRA REFORM.

    Sir—We are considered geographically to be at the antipodes of Britain; but we are antipodal in many other ways besides the geographical sense. Instead of experiencing the ...

    Article : 741 words
  12. ABSTRACT OF THE DAY'S PROCEEDINGS

    CHUBB, Hill, & Co.—Mr. Gwynne having stated the grounds of opposition, the further hearing was adjourned till Tuesday next, at 11 o'clock. Collins & Co.—Evidence closed. Judgment to be ...

    Article : 44 words
  13. AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATION.

    Sir—A professional engagement requiring my presence in an out-of-the-way part of the country, I had not the pleasure of perusing the effusions of your numerous correspondents on ...

    Article : 664 words
  14. APPOINTMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 41 words
  15. PORT ADELAIDE: MONDAY, JULY 19.

    DISORDERLIES.—Two seamen for disturbing the peace on the Queen's Wharf, on Sunday, were fined 10s. each.—Three of the crew of the Eliza Correy were severally fined £1 for being drunk and disturbing the peace on board ...

    Article : 931 words
  16. LOCAL COURTS.

    Complainant charged the defendant with assaulting him at Mackenzie's Hotel, Clare, on the 14th June. Complainant said he was at Mackenzie's Hotel on the 14th June. He was speaking rather free. Some ...

    Article : 552 words
  17. SHED-FEEDING SHEEP.

    Not long ago a notion was taken up by a few experimental farmers that sheep could be fattened more profitably in sheds than in the field. This was originally founded on the ...

    Article : 950 words
  18. MOUNT BARKER.

    Sir—Will you be good enough to allow me a single word with "John Forster, of Hampton Lodge," whose carious production in your paper of the 14th evidently shows that he, as ...

    Article : 301 words
  19. GAWLER: MONDAY, JULY 19.

    MASTER AND SERVANT.—Edward Martin was charged with refining to pay Charles Frederickson £8, being the balance of wages due for work as a barman. The defendant resisted payment on the ground that he had never ...

    Article : 357 words
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