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  2. SHIPPING NEWS.

    Friday, June 17-Melbourne, paddle-steamer, 75 tons, J. I King, master, for Goolwa. P. Cadell, Town; W. Younghusband, jun. and Co., Port, agents. Cargo—12 bags'sugar, j 8 cheats tea, 10 boxes soap, 1 tierce tobacco, l case currants, ...

    Article : 281 words
  3. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH.

    Flour has gone up £2 per ton, sales at £26 have been effected, and higher prices are looked for. Four men have been smothered by the caving ...

    Article : 64 words
  4. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    THE SPEAKER took the Chair at 1 o'clock precisely. NAVAL OFFICER. Mr, COLLINSON presented a petition from the Chamber of Commerce, praying the House to reconsider their vote ...

    Article : 4,209 words
  5. NOARLUNGA.

    Present—Messrs. H. Fox, J. Gribble, J. Clift, jun., and R. Budgen (in the chair). Storekeeper's licence granted to Mr. Wm. Malpas, and a slaughtering licence to Mr. Thos. Dodd. ...

    Article : 85 words
  6. CHEAP LAW.

    Sir—You will allow me to notice a letter in your issue of to-day, signed " Cash Litigant," ending— "Vive His Honor—a bas the paupers," the tone of which is grossly unjust to Mr. Justice Gwynne, ...

    Article : 343 words
  7. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    This was a final hearing. The insolvent had carried on a small store at Richmond, which had turned out a very losing concern. On the death of her husband there was nearly sufficient property, had it ...

    Article : 166 words
  8. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 92 words
  9. HINDMARSH.

    Present—All the members. A slaughtering licence granted to Henry Rauford for Section 442, Reedbeds. Poundkeepr's books examined, and 1l. 4s. 6d., Rauger's fees, paid. ...

    Article : 79 words
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    Is there to be a free press in this colony, and may this journal aspire to the honors of that position? We have little doubt of what the answer of the public will be, and have quite made ...

    Article : 1,138 words
  11. LATEST NEWSPAPER DATES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 66 words
  12. MOUNT CRAWFORD.

    Present—Messrs. Rankine (Chairman), Barker, and Warren. The minutes of meeting of May 23, were read and confirmed. Letter read from the Rev. Ralph Drummond, which the ...

    Article : 84 words
  13. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    Stray Cattle.—Two informations of this description weie laid by the officers of the Corporation. One was dismissed in consequence of the charge not being proved, and the other through the non-attendance of Mr. Lang, the ...

    Article : 161 words
  14. SHIP MAILS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 254 words
  15. MYPONGA.

    Present—Messrs Tapley, Polden, and Budd. Mr. Delisser's report of the road from Noarlunga to Encounter Bay was read. The Council recommended Mr Delisser's as the best, the traffic between that district and ...

    Article : 96 words
  16. OFFICIAL ARITHMETIC.

    Sir—In yesterday's Government Gazette, under the heading of " dividends payment," the Official Assignee lias declared dividends on two estates, one of 6 22-100d. in the pound, and another of ...

    Article : 160 words
  17. BURNSIDE.

    Present—All the members. Letters read from Mr. Davenport and Messrs. Frew, Giles, and Smith; the latter gentleman complaining of the state of the road between the bridge, First Creek and the new ...

    Article : 190 words
  18. BRIGHTON.

    Present—Messrs. Sutherland (Chairman), Pool, Neilson, and Howard. Letter from Mitcham District Council, referring to repairs of Sturt-biidge, and enclosing account. ...

    Article : 103 words
  19. HINTS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    1. Study brevity, as long letters are often rejected when short ones would be published. 2. Avoid needless personalities, in order to obviate unprofitable rejoinders. ...

    Article : 126 words
  20. POOL'S CASE.

    Sir—Among the many absurd and unwarrantable statements made by the Gawler correspondent of the Register, is one in to-day's issue, relative to the man Pool, whose case was some time back brought before ...

    Article : 168 words
  21. CRAFERS.

    Present—All the members, except Mr. Castles. Circular read from the Central Road Board. To be considered at next meeting. Defaulting ratepayers to be written to for the last time, ...

    Article : 92 words
  22. EAST TORRENS.

    Present—Messrs. Mitchell (in the chair), Baye, Norton, and Sutton. A memorial was received from some of the Inhabitants of the New Tiers and its vicinity, praying that a roadway be ...

    Article : 183 words
  23. CORRESPONDENCE.

    In consequence of the publication of our Monthly Sum-1 mary to-day, together with several reports and other matters of local interest, we are compelled to hold over numerous communications from correspondents. ...

    Article : 33 words
  24. WALKERVILLE.

    Present—Messrs. George Clark (Chairman), Beadle, Cox, and Randle. Clerk reported payment of 26s. for breaking stones and day-work. ...

    Article : 130 words
  25. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 27 words
  26. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 117 words
  27. STURT INSTITUTE.

    The alternate monthly lecture was delivered on Tuesday evening last by B. H. Babbage, Esq., who took for his subject "ilotes on Northern Travels." There was a very excellent attendance from all parts of the district, and among ...

    Article : 698 words
  28. MOUNT BARKER.

    Piesent Messrs. May (in the chair), Gray, Shepherdson, Wedd, and J. Bell. Letter received from Mr. Simmonds, complaining of Mr. Freeman having fenced off a portion of the road to his ...

    Article : 181 words
  29. PAYNEHAM.

    Present—Mr. Williams (Chairman), and Councillors Green and Walters. The Fifth Creek to be repaired as soon as persons more immediately benefttted subscribe an equal amount to that ...

    Article : 211 words
  30. OUR SUMMARY FOR EUROPE.

    We this day publish a Summary of News for transmission to Europe per Benares. The events of the past month have not been devoid of interest, as the following columns will attest. ...

    Article : 818 words
  31. ALDINGA.

    Present—Messrs. Norman (Chairman), Cox, and Palmer. Six tenders were received for forming and metalling a road near Martin's. Lanigan and McMurray's for 97. 19s. was accepted. ...

    Article : 93 words
  32. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS.

    WATERHOUSE AND ANOTnER V. BOOTHBY (SHERHT.) Mr. Stow and Mr. Fenn for the plaintiffs, and the AttorneyGeneral and Mr. Fisher for the defendant. This was an action lo recover from the Sheriff the sum of ...

    Article : 1,246 words
  33. ALLEGED COPY OF THE SENTENCE PASSED ON THE SAVIOUR.

    Can any of your correspondents inform me whether the enclosed extract from the Kolnisclie Zeitung is based on sound authority, and what that authority is? Also, where and when was this Kolnische ...

    Article : 581 words
  34. MUNNO PARA WEST.

    Present—Messrs. Diment (Chairman), Saint, Gault, and Lindsay. The undermentioned applications for general publicans' licences and transfers were considered and granted. ...

    Article : 121 words
  35. BREMER.

    Present—All the members. Letter from Public Works Office, stating that a general proclamation, to be issued at an early date, would place with District Councils the control of all jetties within their ...

    Article : 177 words
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    THE NEWS PER ADMELLA.—As we haye felt anxious to devote all our available space this day to the Summary of South Australian news for England, we must hold over until Monday the ...

    Article : 60 words
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    TESTIMONIAL TO THE CREW OF THE ALERT.— On Thursday evening the Mayor of Glenelg, with several friends attended at the Pier Hotel, Glenelg, to meet the crew of the Alert, for the purpose of presenting them ...

    Article : 334 words
  38. ONKAPARINGA.

    Present—All the members. Tenders ordered for 200 yards of metalling on a cutting and embankment. Clerk reported having arranged for several small repairs ...

    Article : 167 words
  39. BAROSSA EAST.

    Present—All the members, Slaughtering licence was granted to Carl Feitz, Hoffminga thal. Resignation of August Hoffmann's slaughtering licence ...

    Article : 241 words
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