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  2. Cricket.

    The great cricket match, which has been the general topic of conversation amongst all classes—and more especially cricketers—for the last few weeks, was commenced on Thursday, November ...

    Article : 2,835 words
  3. Country Intelligence.

    SPECIAL NOTICE.—Country Correspondents will oblige by sending in their Letters on Wednesdays and by reminding is in sufficient time when they require a further supply of stamped envelopes and paper. ...

    Article : 1,681 words
  4. District Councils.

    Present—All but Mr. Stanton. Clerk reported regarding contracts finished and in progress; also sundry other routine matters attended to. ...

    Article : 48 words
  5. Law Courts.

    Byron v. Mincham.—The judgment in this case having been deferred from the previous day, the Special Magistrate attended and gave his verdict for the plaintiff—fall amount claimed. ...

    Article : 39 words
  6. LOCAL COURT, GOOLWA.

    [Before H. E. Downer, Esq., S. M., and Messrs. E. Dutton and T. Goode, J.sP.] Brakenridge v. Heggaton. —Action for £100 damages for breach of contract to deliver 50 tons hay. ...

    Article : 146 words
  7. BREMER.

    Present—All. Council having inspected road at Miling, decided upon making piece from cemetery to road through Section 2646 and ask Commissioner Crown Lands ...

    Article : 118 words
  8. LOCAL COURT, PORT ELLIOT.

    The jury lists for Port Elliot and Encounter Bay were revised. Police v. Robert Hyde.—Information under the Inebriates Act, 1874, praying that a certificate be ...

    Article : 136 words
  9. MACCLESFIELD.

    Present—Councillors Austin and Dawson. No quorum. [For other District Councils see back page.] NARROW Escape—One evening last week, when ...

    Article : 2,579 words
  10. LOCAL COURT, WELLINGTON.

    Smyth v. Bennett.—Action for £5 9s. 6d., goods sold and delivered; adjourned from last Court day. Mr. J. H. Gordon for plaintiff; Mr. £. J. Tucker for defendant. ...

    Article : 857 words
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