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  2. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    Adjourned final hearing. The subjoined accountable's report was read:— "The liabilities in this estate are—The creditors secured, £983 16s. 8d.; do. unsecured.—&789 10s. 6d. Total ...

    Article : 393 words
  3. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE.

    The adjourned general meeting of members of the Institute was held, pursuant to advertisement, in the new building, North-terrace, on Friday evening, October 26. ...

    Article : 1,595 words
  4. THE WATERWORKS ACT.

    The rapid progress which is now being made in laying the water-pipes through the streets of the city has suggested to us the desirability of preparing a summary of the Waterworks. ...

    Article : 2,281 words
  5. VICTORIA.

    By the Aldinga, we have Melbourne papers to October 24, which is two days later than our previous dates. The Age, in reference to a rumour that Mr. ...

    Article : 736 words
  6. GAWLER.

    Yesterday evening the Rev. Mr. Mudle delivered his lecture at the St. George's Schoolroom. It was made particularly interesting by the addition of a magic lantern, with which the rev. gentleman exhibited many of ...

    Article : 394 words
  7. KAPUNDA.

    The Kapunda company fired at 400 and 500 yards on Wednesday last, and averaged 6 points in 10 shots. Day calm. I was in error in my last report in stating that ...

    Article : 345 words
  8. LOCAL COURTS.

    [Before Mr. P. Gilbert, J.P., and Mr. N. Oldham, J.P.] An application was made by Messrs. William James Browne, John Harris Browne, Thomas Reynalds, Henry Avers G. W. Hawkes, and E. Castres Gwynne, to close ...

    Article : 113 words
  9. COMMERCIAL.

    The Herald of the 20th has the following:— Business during the past month has, generally speaking, been quiet; but this may be attributed to the difficulty if procuring carriage and the badness of the roads. ...

    Article : 326 words
  10. KAPUNDA: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25.

    [Before Messrs. Browne, S.M., White and Shannon.] WILLETT v. WARD.—For £22 18s. 4d. Plea for time. Refused, defendant having property. ...

    Article : 161 words
  11. CLARE.

    Yesterday (Tuesday) the advance guard of Mr. Stuart's party arrived here, the detachment comprising six men (under the charge of Mr. Head) and 20 horses. The men were all light weights, young and apparently hardy ...

    Article : 209 words
  12. POLICE COURTS

    [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., and Mr. S. Yeates, J.P.] LARCENY BY A SERVANT.—Mary McCormack was charged with having on the 22nd instant feloniously stolen from the dwelling-house of her master William ...

    Article : 192 words
  13. NEW ZEALAND.

    Sydney papers acknowledge Taranaki dates to the 12th instant, and quote further "continuation of journal of events" to the extent of several columns. The news, however, is not ...

    Article : 1,831 words
  14. MILANG AND MOUNT BARKER RIFLE COMPANIES.

    The return match between the above companies came off at Milang on Wednesday last. The day was fine, though at times the wind blew rather too strongly across the line of firing. There were about 200 spectators on ...

    Article : 1,456 words
  15. PORT ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25.

    VIOLENT ASSAULT BY A CAPTAIN.—Louis de Beaucan Oroan, master of the American schooner Wandering Wave, was charged with feloniously assaulting John Hains, on board the Phantom that morning, Mr. H. ...

    Article : 507 words
  16. TASMANIA.

    We have Launceston papers to the 18th instant. The following commercial item of news is from the Examiner of that date:— The markets are dull. Flour may still be quoted a ...

    Article : 91 words
  17. COMMERCIAL.

    The Argus of the 23rd says:— Business has been inactive, as is usual on Monday. Flour continues of steady sale, Adelaide best town brands telling at from £19 to £20 per ton. The parcel of ...

    Article : 556 words
  18. PORT ADELAIDE CORPORATION.

    Present—His Worship the Mayor; Councillors Grease, Reynolds, and Parker. Mr. R. H. Allen and Mr. Linkiater wrote to the Council, complaining or the amount of their rates. ...

    Article : 135 words
  19. THE CAUSES OF INSANITY.

    Sir—In your issue of Wednesday, under the head of "British and Foreign Gleanings," the following paragraph attracted my attention:— "Lunacy.—It is stated in the report of the ...

    Article : 964 words
  20. AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    The monthly Committee meeting of the South Australian Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held on Friday, October 26th, at the Norfolk Arms. Present—Mr. E. W. Andrews President (in the chair) ...

    Article : 1,090 words
  21. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    Present—His Worship the Mayor; Councillors Thomas, Cottrell, Horwood, Kiteley, Rankin, Pannell, and Campbell. EXPLANATION. ...

    Article : 2,080 words
  22. FATAL ACCIDENT FROM DROWNING AT WILLUNGA.

    On Wednesday a sad accident occurred to a fine little boy, aged two years, named John Francis Hawker, son of William Hawker, who was found drowned in a well of water in his father's garden, not over eighteen inches ...

    Article : 559 words
  23. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    We have Sydney papers to the 20th October. The chief item of news consists of the Treasurer's financial statement, according to which ...

    Article : 948 words
  24. SADDLEWORTH.

    I am sorry to record a frightful accident which terminated the life of a man named John Clark. An inquest was held late last night, a few hours after the accident, before Dr. Ward. J.P., and a respectable Jury, when the ...

    Article : 290 words
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