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  2. TO THE LADIES.

    II est vrai qu' a la mode il fant m'assujetir, Et ce n'est pas pour moi que je me dois vetir. M'obligor i porter de ces petits chapeaux, Qui laissent eventer leurs debilea cerveaux. ...

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  3. VISIT TO GAWLER.

    The Gawlerites have always a been celebrated for the manner in which they carry out their public demonstrations; but never have they been au successful, or so deferring of commendation for ...

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  4. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    October 26. — Present — Messrs. Adamson, Borrett, and Waters. Commissioner of Crown Lands declined to confirm appointment of Dr. Packard as Destitute Surgeon. Solicitor's ...

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  5. LOCAL COURT—GAWLER.

    PURCELL v. THOMSON.—Claim for £2 8s., paddocking of hones. Mr. Rudall for defendant. Lawrance Purcell, of Gawler South, plaintiff, and James Clark, of Gawler, fruiterer, gave ...

    Article : 277 words
  6. WILLUNGA.

    October 28. — Present — Messrs. Atkinson, Sara, Rattew, and Seaman. The Chairman, on report of Dr. Mackintosh, had ordered medical aid and nurse for Margaret Long during her ...

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  7. THE OLD COLONISTS.

    "Gentlemen—I thank you sincerely for your una congratulations on my safe arrival In Adelaide. "I can well understand the feelings of just pride which yon must hare on witnessing the splendid ...

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  8. IMPOUNDING NOTICES.

    APPLETON (nearest Post-Office, Rhynie), James McMahon, Poundkeeper— One chesnut mare, star in forehead, like in near shoulder, like [?] off ribs; one dark chesnut entire colt, ...

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  9. BRIGHTON.

    November 2.—Present—Councillors Baker, Nicholls (in the chair), and Robinson. Surveyor reported road at south end of Somerton still in unfinished state ; notice to be given to ...

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  10. THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

    "Gentlemen—Accept my hearty thanks for the welcome you have given me to these shores, and for the feelings of devoted loyalty you hare expressed to your Sovereign. ...

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  11. CRAFERS.

    November 4.—Present—Messrs. D. Johns (Chairman), J. R. Cradduck, Robert Wills, and William Mugge. Letter from Commissioner of Crown Lands, requesting certain returns relative ...

    Article : 129 words
  12. THE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

    "I thank you for the hearty reception you have riven me in this colony, and for the loyalty yon have expressed towards Her Majesty sod her throne. ...

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  13. LOCAL COURT—PORT ADELAIDE.

    PUDNEY V. RODGERS.—For £20, damages for detention of a spring-cart which had been made by plaintiff. Mr. Edmunds for plaintiff; Mr. Dempster for defendant. Nonsuited. ...

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  14. THE FENIAN WAR SHIP.

    The New York Times vouches for the truth of the following narrative:—"Some months ago it was determined by the leaders of both Fenian organizations to ...

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  15. DECLINE OF MEXICAN COMMERCE.

    The commerce of Mexico, which has never been very extensive, owing to her constant internecine difficulties, has latterly dwindled away to very insignificant ...

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  16. THE MOUNT GAMBIER FARMERS' CLUB.

    "Gentlemen—I have received this address with much satisfaction, as it gives me an opportunity of informing yon that I greatly regret that the necessarily short duration of my visit to the colony will ...

    Article : 216 words
  17. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE.

    An unusual number of persons were [?]ned the usual amount for inebriety. ASSAULTS.—James Burns was charged with assaulting and beating Martha Glad win. Fined ...

    Article : 131 words
  18. GLANVILLE.

    November 4.—Present—Messrs. Stewart, Deslandes, and Russell. Mr. William Russell was elected Chairman for the ensuing year. Received a circular from Crown Lands Office, ...

    Article : 94 words
  19. LIGHT.

    November 2. — Present — Messrs. Rankine (Chairman), Green, and Bald. Reported by Chairman that the bill near Section 10 can bo cut instead of taking road through said section. ...

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  20. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5.

    Prostitution. —Louisa Fairhardt, charged with soliciting persons for the purposes of prostitution, was fined 10s. and Court fees, 25s. in all. ...

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  21. LAW COURTS.

    Mr. Palmer, on behalf of the insolvent, moved for the discharge of the prisoner from custody. This was a special case, sent up by His Honor the Commissioner of Insolvency, for the opinion ...

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  22. PORT GAWLER.

    November 4. —Present—Messrs. Warren (Chairman), Corden, aud Mudge. Tenders accepted—James Quinn, clearing the approach to Baker's crossing, north side, £7 ; Alfred West, ...

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  23. QUEENSTOWN AND ALBERTON.

    November 4.—Present—Messrs. S. Wilson (Chairman), S. Burge, Wm. Short, and James Page. Tenders opened for cartage of sand at per load : —J. Jeanes. 5½fd. (accepted) ; W. Beasley, ...

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  24. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6.

    THROWING MISSILES.—John Richards,charged with throwing missiles in a public street on November 5, was mulcted iu a peualty of 10s. and costs, £1 5s, in all ...

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  25. RAPID BAY.

    Novembers.—Present—All except Mr. Rainford. Tender accepted —Bridge near Mr. Marle's, W. Wickes. Mr. T. W. Newbold appointed Banger. Tenders to be invited for ...

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  26. DINNER PARTY AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE.

    The following gentlemen dined with His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, at Government House, on Wednesday evening, by invitation ot His Excellency. The Born. J. T. Bagot. Wm. Morgan, ...

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  27. RHYNIE.

    October 20.—Present—Mr. R. M. Cole, Chairman ; and Councillors Ridgway and Kelly. Circular from Crown Lands Office, respecting depasturing licences in the district. Overseer reported ...

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  28. DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS.

    In the evening a pyrotechnic display was made at the foot of Montefiore Bill, end an immense crowd of persons was attracted there to witness it. A little before 9 o'clock the exhibition commenced by ...

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  29. ON THE PRAIRIE.

    We noticed recently that Mr. Thomas Cave, English member of Parliament, had just passed through this city on a tour of inspection of the track laying of the ...

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  30. STEPNEY.

    November 1.—Present — Councillors Colton, Goss, and Brookes. Constables list confirmed, constables to be chosen at next meeting. Clerk reported having written to Council ...

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  31. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    In RE THOS. M. THWAITES, of Wallaroo, Greengroeer. A final hearing. In forma pauperis. The Accountant's report was read as follows —"The debts on the schedule amount ...

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  32. STRATHALBYN.

    November 4. —Present—Chairman and Messrs. Hooper and Close. North-parade bridge to be inspected. Nott's tender, for load making in High-street, accepted at £5 10s. per chain. ...

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  33. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7.

    OBSCENITY.—Sarah O'Brien was fined 10s. for using obscene Language in Morphett-street on the preceding evening. LETTER OFF FIREWORKS.—Charles Parsons, ...

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  34. REPLIES TO THE ADDRESSES.

    The following replies to addresses presented at the Levee have been forwarded to the various bodies by His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh: — ...

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  35. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8.

    DRUNKENNESS. — Susan Carenagh, charged with being drunk on North-terrace, was ordered to find one surety of £5 for her good behavior for the next six months. ...

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  36. POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE.

    Michael Brooks, ostler at Ford's Hotel, for assaulting Mary Ann Desmond, cook at the same place, was fined 40s. and costs, and bound ver to keep the peace. ...

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  37. THE FREEMASONS.

    "Gentlemen—I return you my sincere thanks for the conspicuous part yon have taken in the hearty welcome I hare received on my arrival in this province. ...

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  38. TALUNGA.

    November 4.—Present—Messrs. S. Randell (Chairman), J. Phillis, W. Cornish, W. Eglington, and B. Walker. Letters received from Commissioner of Crown Lands refusing parts of ...

    Article : 417 words
  39. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7.

    George Lees, Engineer of the steam-tug Young Australian, was fined £1 for au assault on Charles Smith, master of the Goolwa steamtug. ...

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  40. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    We are informed the quantity of ore sent down from the Wallaroo Mines during the month of October, exceeds 3,000 tons, the largest quantity we believe ever raised in the ...

    Article : 430 words
  41. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

    "My Lord Bishop and Gentleman—Accept my hearty thanks for your cordial welcome to this colony mod your loyal attachment to Her Majesty the Queen, which no distance from borne has ever ...

    Article : 115 words
  42. THE METHODISTS.

    "Gentlemen—I bare received with much pleasure tout cordial congratulations on my safe arrival, forming ma you do, so large a proportion of the community of South Australia. ...

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  43. CORPORATION OF KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD.

    "Gentlemen—I feel proud to have bad this opportunity of visiting the shores of South Australia, and I thank you cordially for your congratulations. ...

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  44. CORPORATION OF BRIGHTON.

    "Gentlemen—I thank you for your congratulation on my arrival in tola colony and the welcome assurances of your loyal attachment to Her Majesty the Queen. I cannot fail to participate in ...

    Article : 71 words
  45. WALKERVILLE.

    November 4.—Present—All but Mr. Eggers. Letter from Mr. James Cornish, of Devon Farm, Walkerville, complaining for the second time of a nuisance from Mr. Conrad's slaughterhouse on ...

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  46. THE TOTAL ABSTINENCE ALLIANCE.

    "Gentlemen—I thank you for the congratulatory address presented to me on my arrival in this your adopted borne, where lore for the old country, and attachment to its Sovereign are strongly felt. ...

    Article : 99 words
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