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  2. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    A Jury was summoned to-day upon a Commission, de lunatico inquirendo, in reference to Sir. William Bertram, of Myponga, farmer. Mr. Stow opened the proceedings, and explained to the ...

    Article : 1,506 words
  3. NATIONAL EDUCATION.

    The following paper, written by Dr. Wyatt, was read at the meeting of the Preceptors' Association, in Pulteney-street Schoolroom, on the 2nd inst.:— "Man, in his compound nature—physical, intellectual, ...

    Article : 2,673 words
  4. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    The insolvent came up for judgment, and was supported by Mr. boncaut He had carried on the business of a livery stable-keeper, and at previous examinations he had admitted that the principal portion of his property had been ...

    Article : 1,348 words
  5. LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE.

    The Court was occupied for a considerable time in disposing of applications for me for payment of judgments which had been obtained; and where anything like reasonable grounds could be shewn, the applications ...

    Article : 1,457 words
  6. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6.

    Drunk.—Catherine Cushion was fined 58. for this offence. AN IMBECILE—John Griffiths answered to a charge of wandering on the Bridge-road, and not giving a satisfactory account of himself. The defendant, an idiot, who had ...

    Article : 524 words
  7. POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE.

    DRUNKENNES.—John Heaslip fined 5s. CREATING DISTURBANCE.—IV. Hughes, for creating a disturbance at the Independent Chapel, by knocking at the doors during divine service, was fined 48s., and in default of ...

    Article : 79 words
  8. MONDAY. APRIL 4.

    This was an adjourned first meeting for the choice of assignees. The insolvent was examined at some length in reference to a number of horses included in bills of sale to Mr. Mansford and Mr. Goddard, but it appeared he was ...

    Article : 551 words
  9. GLENELG CORPORATION.

    Present—Messrs. Monteith (Mayor), Wicksteed, Muirhead. Colley, Barclay, Trevenen, Wigley (Town Clerk), and N. Y. Hodges (Surveyor). Reported by the Surveyor that nine new seats, three of ...

    Article : 127 words
  10. TUESDAY, APRIL 6.

    Mr. Fenn appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Stow for the defendant. This was an action for the recovery of £50, the price of a gasometer, sold by the plaintiff to the defendant. ...

    Article : 2,769 words
  11. LOCAL COURT—STRATHALBYN.

    POLICE INFORMATIONS. —John Jones, Benjamin James, and Alexander Gordon, were each fined 5l. for neglecting precautions before burning stubble. Similar informations laid against Thomas Graham, Charles Janeway, Hugh ...

    Article : 370 words
  12. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 6.

    The Attorney—General for the plaintiff, and Mr. Fisher for the defendant. This cause was adjourned over from the previous day, for the summing up of His Honor and the verdict of the Jury. ...

    Article : 1,178 words
  13. TRINITY BOARD.

    Present—The Master, Captains Scott, Tapley, and Malcolm; Several letters were read, including letter from the SubCollector of Port Augusta, respecting vessels discharging ballast and rubbish in the Port To be informed that he ...

    Article : 409 words
  14. TUESDAY. APRIL 5.

    This was a final hearing. The following is the accountant's report :— "The insolvent had commenced farming at Muuno Para with little or no capital, and attributed his rain to bad crops, ...

    Article : 905 words
  15. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    DRUNKENNESS —John Richardson and Charles Drew were lined 58. each for this offence. —Joseph Savage, William Wren and Andrew Lachlan were discharged on a similar accusation. ...

    Article : 202 words
  16. LOCAL MARINE BOARD.

    Present—The Chairman and members. Read, the Shipping Master's report of the seamen engaged, discharged, and deserted during the month of March:—Colonial engaged, 36 ; foreign do., 41; total, 77; colonial discharged, ...

    Article : 397 words
  17. TUESDAY. APRIL 5.

    Stray Goats.—Lyons, Henry Kitely and william Parker were fined 5s. each for permitting goats to stray in the streets. Stray Cow.—George Whitty was charged with allowing ...

    Article : 1,160 words
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