Sept. 14—The ship Ocean,—tons, Fokkes, from Hamburg, 26th April, with Emigrants. Sept. 16—The ship John Munn, 637 tons, Alexander Pearson, from London and Plymouth, 21st ...Article : 834 words
John Cole was placed at the bar, charged with stealing a pistol, two coats, two pair of blankets, and several other articles, the property of Archibald Wilson, on the 28th August, at Port Adelaide. ...Article : 509 words
CASE OF MESSES JONES AND MORRIS FOR MURDER, Henry Valette Jones and Henry Thomas Morris were placed at the bar charged with the wilful murder of Melaityappa, an aboriginal native, on the ...Article : 7,505 words
Mails will be despatched as under— For Great Britain, by the Warlock, to Batavia and Overland, this day, at two o'clock; by the Indian, to Ceylon and Overland, on Thursday, ...Article : 156 words
James Reynolds and George Hannan were placed at the bar, and sentenced—the former to seven years' transportation, and the latter to two years' imprisonment, with hard labor. ...Article : 1,245 words
We have to apologize to "G," "An Enemy to Jobbing." "Kappa," and "A Working Man." Their letters, however, will all appear in our next. ...Article : 28 words
IT is a well known fact that from the Legislative Councillors downwards, the colonists generally are little acquainted, either by sight or experience, with railways. At the ...Article : 1,261 words
BUILDING SOCIETIES.—There is nothing more remarkable in the history of Adelaide than the rapid increase and great success of building societies. If we recollect right, it is not more ...Article : 210 words
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