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  2. CORONER'S INQUESTS.

    An inquest wan herd by Mr. T. Ward, J.P., on Monday, December 23, at Foirford, Sturt on the body of Mr. W. H. Trimmer, who died the previous evening from the effects of taking ...

    Article : 1,522 words
  3. THE [?] SATURDAY NIGHT PROMENADE.

    When Dill Smith has been blowing hard at the forge shooting cart-horses or hammering mighty begin of glowing iron all the week, from morning to night not or cold—no wonder ...

    Article : 1,982 words
  4. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE.

    The Spring series of lectures connected with the South Australian Institute were brought very agreeably to a close on Friday evening, the 20th December, by a number of readings and ...

    Article : 3,914 words
  5. LONDON STREET CRIES.

    Saturday is the day of all days to hear the different calls that are almost ever going on in every London street. I purpose giving a few instances, and I only wish I could convey ...

    Article : 1,744 words
  6. MUNICIPAL CORPORATION.

    Present—Councillors Bundey (in the chair), Murphy, Simms, Hill, Wright, Winter, Bartels, and Pulsford. The TOWN CLERK reported that at the ...

    Article : 2,443 words
  7. MARINE BOARD.

    Present—The President and all the Wardens. A Treasury minute was received, forwarding a plan for a sterna dredge received from Captain John Bickers; also, a letter from the ...

    Article : 457 words
  8. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19.

    Present—The President, Capt. Smith, M.P., J. M. Linklater, and G. W. Hawkes. The Committee on the pilot service were requested to meet after the holidays. ...

    Article : 1,031 words
  9. GAWLER CORPORATION.

    Present—The Mayor, Councillors Popham, Dean. Jones, Swann, Howe, and Frankel. Resolved, that four chaina of Daly-street from Carlton-road, be cut and formed. ...

    Article : 438 words
  10. SUICIDE OF MR. FRANCIS GROTE.

    An inquest was held at the East Torrens Hotel, Magill, on Monday, December 23, at 4.30 p.m., before the Coroner (Mr. R. Ingleby) and a respectable Jury, to enquire into the ...

    Article : 1,463 words
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