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  2. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 32 words
  3. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES.

    The markets closed without any alteration. There was a large and fashionable attendance it the promenade concert which was held in the Botanical Garden. The Governor was ...

    Article : 51 words
  4. PUBLIC WORKS.

    We do not profess in this resume to give a complete view of the progress of public works daring the past year. We shall rather confine ourselves to those matters respecting which no ...

    Article : 2,414 words
  5. The Register. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1880.

    Did ever twelve months of human existence pass over a community of which it might not be truly said—"that was an eventful year?" Did ever old year close and new year open at a ...

    Article : 5,956 words
  6. LOCAL COURTS.

    The sittings of the Adelaide Local Court of Full Jurisdiction will commence on Wednesday, January 4, 1860, and will continue by adjournment from day to day until the several causes in the list shall have been ...

    Article : 145 words
  7. THE FIRST DERBY.

    Sir—The first South Australian Derby is to be run for on Thursday next. There are 16 subscribers, but only seven out of that number have paid the remainder of the stake to entitle ...

    Article : 672 words
  8. POLICE COURTS.

    WIFE-DESERTION.—Wiliiam Dymer, of the Mountain Hut, labourer, was charged with unlawfully deserting his wife and child without reasonable cause, and leaving them without any means of support. Bridget Dymer ...

    Article : 111 words
  9. GAWLER POLITICAL ASSOCIATION.

    A meeting of the above Association was held at the Prince Albert Inn, Murray-street, on Thursday evening, December 29. The Chairman, in opening the proceeding luge, stated that each member was at liberty to ...

    Article : 1,889 words
  10. PORT ADELAIDE REGATTA.

    The annual regatta at fort Adelaide came off on Monday last, under circumstances of a most auspicious character. The day was one of the choicest which a South Australian summer could supply, and cloudlessly ...

    Article : 3,836 words
  11. THE GLENELG RIFLE MATCH.

    Sir—Mr. Bulk's complaint in, your issue of this morning appears to me bo ill-founded that I do not like it to pass unchallenged. Had he complained that no separate prize was ...

    Article : 382 words
  12. EDUCATION.

    No educational returns have been published for many months, but by the kind assistance of Mr. Wickss, the Secretory to the Board of Education we are enabled to present the ...

    Article : 381 words
  13. RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS.

    In answer to a circular which we addressed to the leading clerical or by representative of each of the religious bodies in the colony we have received the following information. We ...

    Article : 2,245 words
  14. MEMORABILIA.

    The following are the most remarkable events which have occurred in the colony during the past year:— January 1. Port Adelaide regatta. ...

    Article : 1,469 words
  15. THE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY.

    Sir.—With reference to the report in your paper of a meeting of the Adelaide Volunteer Artillery, and an advertisement connected therewith. I am directed to inform you that ...

    Article : 422 words
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