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  2. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES.

    The Council have refused to undertake any more business this session, their reason being that there was money paid before the Estimates were passed in which they had no voice. ...

    Article : 109 words
  3. THE PARLIAMENT.

    The SPEAKER took the Chair at half-past 1 o'clock. PETITIONS. Mr. A. BLYTH presented a petition from 130 ...

    Article : 5,889 words
  4. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS.

    MESSAGE (No. 10) FROM HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR-IN-CHIEF TO THE HONOURABLE THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE PROVINCE. The Governor-in-Chief, in reply to Address No. ...

    Article : 101 words
  5. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    Adjourned final hearing. Mr. Ingleby attended for the insolvent; Mr. Wigley for a creditor named Schoening; and Mr. Hardy for the assignees. ...

    Article : 762 words
  6. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    GOVERNMENT BUSINESS; ORDER OF THE DAY:—1. Estimates, consideration of; in Committee. 2. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL (Mr. Stow) to move ...

    Article : 865 words
  7. [From Governor Sir R. G. MacDonnell to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle.]

    My Lord Duke—I have the honour to transmit herewith a memorial from Mr. Baker, complaining of the form in which land grants arc at present issued, viz. under Act 19 of 1858. whereby and in ...

    Article : 444 words
  8. Memorandum No. 278 December 15, 1860

    Mr. Waterhouse—I have perused the opinions of the law officers on the validity of the land grants not signed by the Governor. I think they should be invited to reconsider their opinion before ...

    Article : 666 words
  9. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Sugar has advanced from 20s. to 30s. Tea has declined. The weather is wet and cold. ...

    Article : 22 words
  10. TASMANIA.

    Judge Home has returned to Hobart Town Flour is from £16 to £17. Wheat, 6s. 6d. ...

    Article : 18 words
  11. SEW ZEALAND.

    The war intelligence is confirmed. The natives will not accept the terms of peace. They are all in arms. Their property is to ...

    Article : 47 words
  12. THE NEW COMET.

    Sir—Most of jour readers are no doubt aware that a fine comet is now visible to the naked eye ia the south-east, in the early morning. I am at present unable to furnish ...

    Article : 411 words
  13. [Enclosure I, in Governor Sir R. G. MacDonnell's Despatch, No. 466, 24th December, 1869.

    Sir—I beg to hand herewith a petition, from myself to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, upon the subject of land grants, in reference to which I addressed a letter to you a short time since and ...

    Article : 1,720 words
  14. LOCAL COURTS.

    LARCENIES.—Eliza Muir was indicted for stealing several articles of wearing apparel, the properly of Frances Pearce. The prosceutrix recognised the clothes produced as belonging to her. Saw the ...

    Article : 323 words
  15. In the matter of the petition of the Honourable John Baker to the Secretary of State.

    Some doubts exist as to the propriety of the wording of the third clause of the Act No. 19 of 1858, and it is difficult to see how grants of land can be made by the Governor without his signature ...

    Article : 191 words
  16. From His Grace the Duke of Newcastle to Governor Sir R. G. MacDonnell. C. B.

    Sir—I have received your Despatch, No. 4[?] of the 21th December, 1860, enclosing a petition addressed to myself by Mr. Baker, respecting the effect of a recent Act passed by the Legislature of ...

    Article : 1,072 words
  17. A METEOR.

    Sir—A very remarkable meteor was observed here on the evening of the 4th instant, about 8 o'clock—a brilliant star, about twice the size of the evening star changing colour ...

    Article : 125 words
  18. POLICE COURTS.

    PERJURY.—Marlin Ryan answered to the complaint of Thomas Hamilton Aylif[?]e, charged with the committal of wilful and corrups perjury at the Adelaide Local Court on the preceding day. Mr. ...

    Article : 566 words
  19. PORT ADELAIDE CORPORATION.

    Present—His Worship the Mayor; Alderman John Smith; Councillors Parker, Butler, and Menes. A letter was read from Mr. John Hood, in which ...

    Article : 860 words
  20. ANTS IN GARDENS.

    Sir—It may be interesting to horticulturists to be informed of a most effectual remedy for the extirpation of ants from garden walks. For Years my garden lias been infested by ...

    Article : 205 words
  21. CIRCLES.

    Sir—I met with the following in a young lady's album, the other day:—"Women, in their sphere of action, describe a smaller circle than men but the perfection of a circle consists ...

    Article : 283 words
  22. PAPERS.

    The following Papers were laid before the House of Assembly:—BY THE COMMISSIONER OF CROWN LANDS. Return of land revenue in the Wallaroo and ...

    Article : 47 words
  23. GAWLER.

    An accident of a very serious nature occurred here this morning. As Messrs, George Miller and Whienert were driving in from Tanunda their horse took fright and came down the Lyndoch ...

    Article : 180 words
  24. NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY.

    NOTICES OF MOTION :—1. Air. BARROW to move—"That there be laid on the table of this Council a list of the titles of all books used in the licensed ...

    Article : 424 words
  25. CHEAP CARTRIDGES.

    Sir—You will oblige the volunteers by recommending "Grey Coat" not to say any more about getting cartridges at a cheaper rate or else he may get that loyal body into ...

    Article : 160 words
  26. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    Present.—Messrs. R. Budgen (Chairman), G. Yates, and F. Manning. Letter read from Mr. J. Forsyth, asking for a gate for the school property and wire for fencing. To be supplied. Letter read ...

    Article : 62 words
  27. ECHINGA., JUNE 3.

    Present—All the members. Mr. R. Miley attended the meeting, and produced a list of subscribers towards the erection of a new schoolhouse at Echunga. The Council resolved to advance ...

    Article : 121 words
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