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
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
Present—All but Mr. Stanton. Clerk reported regarding contracts finished and in progress; also sundry other routine matters attended to. ...Article : 48 words
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
[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
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
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
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
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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