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  2. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 46 words
  3. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE.

    The annual meeting of the members of the South Anstralian Institute was held on Friday evening, L. Glyde, Esq., M P., presiding. The attendance was very numerous. The Chairman having apologised for the ...

    Article : 4,237 words
  4. The Advertiser.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 2,701 words
  5. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—Samuel Knight was fined 2l. for this offence. From the evidence of the police it appeared the defendant's conduct was most reprehensible, as he was proved to have insulted several females in the public streets, ...

    Article : 808 words
  6. KAPUNDA.

    The ual monthly lecture in connection with our Mechanics' Institute was delivered by J. S. Brown, Esq., S.M., on Friday evening last, in the school-room, on Electricity and Magnetism. This interesting subject ...

    Article : 1,871 words
  7. THE SEIZURE OF THE LADY AUGUSTA.

    Sir—On my return to South Australia yesterday, for the first time I heard you had done me the honor on the 14th September to devote a leader to the seizure of the steamer Lady Augusta. Since then I ...

    Article : 904 words
  8. A PLEA FOR THE MURRAY COD.

    A correspondent has called our attention to the want of some restrictive laws to regulate our inland fisheries, and to preserve the fish. This is really a very important subject, and it deserves the attention ...

    Article : 1,391 words
  9. POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE.

    DISTURBING THE PEACE.—Charles Hamlin and James Lawson, seamen, were charged with disturbing the peace on Thursday evening, in Todd-street. It appeared that the prisoners were, in company with a dozen or 15 other persons, ...

    Article : 181 words
  10. DISTRICT COUNCILS

    Present—All the members. Mr. Smith, from North Adelaide, who is blind, prayed for the remittance of a portion of the line for allowing his cattle to trespass. Request acceded to. ...

    Article : 107 words
  11. THE GREAT EASTERN.

    The Inauguration of the Great Ship may be now considered as complete. In another part of our paper will be found reports of the proceedings of Monday and Wednesday last; and one fact must ...

    Article : 1,460 words
  12. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.

    William Gilbert, Esq., of South Para, and James Love, Esq., of Streaky Bay, to be Justices of the Peace. PUBLIC POUND. The stockyard recently erected on Section 411, Hundred of ...

    Article : 2,263 words
  13. KANGAROO DOGS.

    Sir—I recently received intimation from a friend in England, that a pair of kangaroo 'pups which I presented to the captain of a vessel, who proceeded about two years since from Victoria to England, ...

    Article : 145 words
  14. EXHIBITION OF PRIZE MEAT.

    Crowds of persons were attracted round the establishments of Messrs. Bennett, Marrabel, and Crossman on Friday, to inspect decidedly the finest specimens of prize stock yet exhibited in the colony. The best show was ...

    Article : 655 words
  15. THE IMPOUNDING ACT.

    Sir—The 43rd clause of the Impounding Act reads as follows:—Until public lines of road shall have been defined and marked out, nothing in this Act contained shall prevent the driving of cattle to market ...

    Article : 318 words
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