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Mr. DAVENPORT asked the Hon. the Chief Secretary If the report which was current out of doors were true, that it was the intention of the Government to prorogue the House to early as Tuesday next. He made this ...Article : 1,048 words
The improved approach to the city, leading from Bailey's Garden to North-terrace, having been completed by the contractors, McNamce & Scanian, it was determined by His Worship the Mayor to open it ...Article : 5,306 words
The Chief Justice have judgement here in, to the effect that the defendant's certificate of insolvency was a bar to the action. It had appeared that Mr. Scott demanded a partnership debt, the plaintiff paid it and sought to ...Article : 1,761 words
Hour. Name. Object 10.90 J.H. Eamer. Adjourned final hearing. MONDAY, OCTOBER 15. 2 W. Green road. Audit. ...Article : 33 words
INFORMATION.—John Arthur was charged by Thomas Mayfield with having assaulted him at Jones's public-house, Port Elliot. Plaintiff and the defendant had been drinking together, when an a tercation ensued ...Article : 507 words
The long-talked-of match between 12 of the Milang and 12 of the Mount Barker Company came off on the Mount Barker target-ground. The weather was fine, and a large number of spectators both male and female ...Article : 2,150 words
INFRINGING THE BY-LAWS—George Home was fined £1 and costs for being the owner of a certain dog which rushed out at a horse, ridden by one John Howard, in Gouger-street, on the 2nd October.—-Thomas Dodd was ...Article : 472 words
The SPEAKER took the Chair at half-past 1 o'clock. PETITION. Mr.McELLISTER presented a petition from the District of Yatala, praying for the reopening of the ...Article : 5,422 words
STEALING POULTRY.—William Bedman and Samuel Severe were charged with feloniously stealing two Spanish fowls, value £3, the property of George Shepherd, at Stepney, on the night of the 9th inst. Mrs. ...Article : 575 words
The following messages were received by the House of Assembly from the Governor-in-Chief:—No0. 42. Complying with the address of the Assembly for a further sum of £4 0 for the Institute. ...Article : 121 words
NOTICE OF MOTION:— 1. Mr.DAVENPORT to move— "That it is incumbent on the Government daring the present session to satisfy the Parliament and the country ...Article : 137 words
DISORDERLISE.—John McCarthy was fined £2 for being drunk and assaulting Sergeant Sullivan in the execution of his duty; also with damaging his uniform.—William Lewellen, for attempting to rescue the last named ...Article : 78 words
Final hearing. The accountant's report was read as follows:— "The liabilities are £298 8s. The assets are nil. "The insolvent was farming a section, No. 507, on the ...Article : 586 words
CHARGE OF ASSAULT AND ROBBESY.—John Officer and Danial Diamond, two seamen belonging to the ship Midnight, were charged with assalting a Leacar named Maranham Soubrate, in the Commercial-road, and ...Article : 534 words
NOTICES OF MOTION:— 1. Mr. LENNON to move— "That there be laid on the table of this House a return showing— ...Article : 397 words
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