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  1. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Friday 2 December 1887 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The inaugural meeting of the Australian Natives' Association was held at the Royal Geographical Society's rooms, Grenfell-street, on Thursday evening ... 1748 words
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    The inaugural meeting of the Australian Natives' Association was held at the Royal Geographical Society's rooms, Grenfell street, on Thursday evening. Since 1871 similar institutions had been formed in New South Wales, Tasmania, and Queensland—they were all aware of the existence of the Victorian Association. Some of the gentleman present that evening: seeing the success that attended the association in the other colonies, thought it would be advisable in the interests of the young men of the colony to establish a similar institution here. (Hear, hear.) They had meetings, appointed officers, and conferred on him the honorable portion of president He might say that the association was only open to those bom Australians, but irrespective of race or creed, and it was essen tially a patriotic association. (Hear, hear.) The objects were as wide as they could be. One of the advantages of the association was that it educated those who belonged to it, generally and politically as well. And now that the Payment of Members Bill had been passed, and any man could stand as a candi date to represent the electors, it became all the more needful that politics should be studied. Any man who entered the political arena should be educated as widely as possible, and it was necessary to educate the people so that they would send proper persons into the halls of the legislature to represent them. No mention of Gee DONE

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  2. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 24 November 1888 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The inaugural the demonstration to celebrate the establishment of the Australian Natives Association in this colony was held in the Town Hall on Frid ... 1357 words
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    In respect to the objects of the Association, he pointed out that it was composed of natives of Australasia, irrespective of creed or race, and was essentially a national and patriotic Association, having for its object the welfare and prosperity of Australia. (Cheers.) The membership here was 500, and a great deal had been done to interest young men in the movement.

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  3. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION, INAUGURAL DEMONSTRATION.
    The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 - 1889) Saturday 24 November 1888 p 5 Article
    Abstract: A large gathering was brought together in the Town Hall on Friday evening, by invitation, on the occasion of the demonstration to celebrate the succe ... 2196 words
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    A large gathering was brought together in the Town Hall on Friday evening, by invitation, on the occasion of the demonstration to celebrate the successful amalgamation of the

    Australian Natives' Association and the Australian National Union under the name of the former organisation.

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  4. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. WATTLE BLOSSOM SOCIAL.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 15 October 1889 p 6 Article
    Abstract: A Wattle Blonom Social. in connection with Adelaide branch so. lot the Australian Natives Amociation, was held in the Victoria 696 words
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    AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.WATTLE BLOSSOM SOCIAL.A Wattle Blossom Social, in connection with Adelaide branch No. 1 of the Australian Natives' Association, was held in the Victoria Hall, Gawler place, on Monday evening, October 14, and must be pronounced an unqualified success. The gathering was the outcome of a suggestion made for the formation of a ladies' branch of the association, and no sooner had the idea been mooted than it was very warmly taken up. No less than 1,000 invitations had been issued to the social, and judging by the crowded state of the hall, all the invitations must have been accepted, as seats wear at a premium. Every lady on entering the room received a spray of wattle blossom, which had been obtained in the hills, and it must be admitted that the scent from what is regarded in many quarters as Australia's national flower, was at times almost overpowering. The chair was taken by Mr. W. H. Wadey (president of the Adelaide branch), and after "The song of Australia" had been very excellently sung by Mr. F. Monk, the audience assisting in the chorus, Mr. Wadey referred to the aims of the Australian Natives' Association, which were, he pointed out, to stimulate a national and patriotic sentiment amongst all classes of the community. It was the desire of the association to see the Australian colonies federated as speedily as possible. Disunited we were weak, but if we were welded together we would become a strong and powerful nation. The necessity for a united Australia had been shown in connection with the Chinese question.

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  5. AUSTRALASIAN FEDERATION. MEETING OF THE AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 26 November 1889 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The fortnightly meeting of the Adelaide branch of the Australian Natives' Association in was held at Beach's rooms on Monday evening, Mr. Wadey (pres ... 1823 words
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  6. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. HON. DR. MAGAREY, M.L.C., ON "COLONIAL TITLES."
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 10 December 1889 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The meeting of the Adelaide No, 1 Branch of the Australian Natives' Association, held in Beach's Booms on Monday night, December 9. attracted an atte ... 1024 words
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    The meeting of the Adelaide No 1 Branch of the Australian Natives' Association, held in Beach's Rooms on Monday night, attracted an attendance numbering more than 100 members, The business was of Special importance, as it included the election of two delegates from the Branch to: the Intercolonial Federation Convention, to be held in Melbourne next month.

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  7. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE. THE FEDERATION QUESTION. SECOND DAY'S SITTING.
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 23 January 1890 p 9 Article
    Abstract: The conference of representatives of the Australian Natives Association on the subject of the federation of the colonies held its second meeting yest ... 1971 words
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  8. The Border Watch, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. WEDNESDAY, JANTJABY 1, 1890. "A HAPPY NEW YEAR."
    Border Watch (Mount Gambier, SA : 1861 - 1954) Wednesday 1 January 1890 p 2 Article
    Abstract: WE must now take leave of the year 1889. The bells are ringing out the old and ringing in the new year; and, thinking hopefully of the future, people 4380 words
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    The Adelaide branch had now 450 members, and its proceedings were character ised by much vigor. They had started several important movements, which were now in pro gress.

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  9. GOLD MINING IN SOUTHAUSTRALIA. LECTURE BY THE GOLD WARDEN. MR. GEE IS OPTIMISTIC.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 22 September 1896 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Mr. L.C.E. Gee, the warden of goldfields for South Australia, gave an interesting address on "Gold mining in South Australia" at Monday night's meeti ... 588 words
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    DONE using Register account of the speech

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  10. THE AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 15 December 1896 p 10 Article
    Abstract: An "Australian night," in connection with the Australian Natives' Association, No. 1 Branch, was held in the Cafe Francais, Royal Exchange, on Monday ... 329 words
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    Register, 15 Dec 1896, p10 THE AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. An ' Australian night,' in connection with the Australian Natives' Association, No. 1 Branch, was held in the Cafe Francais, Royal Exchange on Monday evening, the President, Mr. C. G. Gurr, presiding over a large attendance of ladies and gentlemen. The programme, consisting of compositions by Australian authors, rendered by native born amateurs, was arranged by Mr. W. G. Auld, and was excellently carried out. It was as follows: — Overture, 'Hungarian march' (De Beaupuis), Miss Cook ; song and chorus, ' Advance Australia' (Mrs. W. P. Auld), Mr. E. S. Clark and chorus; recitation, 'The Geebung Polo Club' (Banjo Patterson), Mr. G. Morphett; song, ' As timorous bird' (Heuzenroeder), Miss Isabel Clark ; song, ' Do you forget' (Rev. Wheeler), Mr. H. Heath; recitation, 'Only a simple picture,' Mr. G. M. Evan; selection, 'Minuet' (Mrs. W. P. Auld), Miss Cook; song, 'The Fisherboy' (Mrs. W. P. Auld), Mrs. E. E. Cleland ; song, ' Australia' (Heuzenroeder), Mr. E. S. Clark; song, 'The green little isle of the sea' (Heuzenroeder), Miss Strawbridge ; recitation, 'A voice from the bush' (Adam Lindsay Gordon), Mr. G. Morphett; recitation. 'The footballer' (Mr. J. Sadler), Mr. Percy Whitington, and 'The outlaws,' an encore number; song, 'Pack clouds away' (Wallace Packer), Mr. A. E. Lawton. On the motion of Mr. K. J. Coombs, Mayor of St. Peters, seconded by Mr. C. E. Hall, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to the ladies and gentlemen who contributed to the programme. The singing of the 'Song of Australia' and the National Anthem concluded a very enjoyable evening. During the evening the officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows : — President, Mr. R. J. Coombs; Vice-President, Mr. E. S. Hughes ; Treasurer, Mr. G. E. Kreusler ; Secretary, Mr. H. H. Austin ; Assistant Secretary, Mr. G. E. Evers; Committee, Messrs. W. G. Auld, B. Benny, L. Lodge, L. C. E. Gee, and C. E. HalL DONE

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  11. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 12 January 1897 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The first meeting of the year of the Adelaide No. 1 Branch was held at [?] Cafe on Monday evening, Mr. R. J. Coughs, the President, presiding over a ... 206 words
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    GEE discussion on the nature and scope of the association.DONE

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  12. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. THE LATE MR. RICHARD ROWE.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 18 May 1897 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Old colonists and others will regret to learn of the death at the age of 64 of Mr. Richard Rowe, which occurred at his residence, St. Peters-street, ... 722 words
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    Tbe usual meeting of the Australian Natives' Association was held at Beach's R/mgm on Monday evening when tbere was a very large attendance and Mr. K. J. Coombs presided. The nominations for officers resulted in the election unopposed of Mr. JE. & Hughes as president, Mr. L. C. E. Gee as vice-president, and Mr. H. H. Austin as secretary.DONE short note

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  13. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 14 December 1897 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The Australian Natives' Association docs not seem to flourish just now, judging from the patronage of their meetings. Even the business of the electi ... 394 words
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    The new President, Mr. Gee, regretted that the Association was in such a low condition. he promised to do his best to resuscitate it. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.The Australian Natives' Association does not seem to flourish just now, judging from the patronage of their meetings. Even the business of the election of officers for the ensuing six months and the announcement that a paper would be read concerning 'The necessity for amending and consolidating- our land laws to facilitate the settlement of our Crown lands,' drew an attendance of only nineteen members and two ladies, and one of the sterner sex departed before the land laws were discussed.DONE

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  14. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 30 March 1898 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The annual conference of the Australian Natives' Association was held at Beach's Restaurant, Hindleystreet, on Monday evening, when Air. William Brin ... 583 words
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    it was resolved " that this association ex presses its hearty approval of the proposed Bill, and appoints the president of the board (Mr. B. J. Coombs), the secretary (Mr. G. Kreusler), the presi dent of the Adelaide branch (Mr. LC .E, Gee), and the secretary (Mr. H- H. Austin), as delegates to act in conjunction with a joint committee from the Australasian Federation League and other bodies." Gee was Vice President DONE

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  15. MISCBLLANEOUS NEWS. THE A.N. ASSOCIATION.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 27 April 1898 p 6 Article
    Abstract: On Tuesday evening Sir John Downer delivered an address on Federation before the Adelaide branch of the Australian Natives' Association at Beach's ro ... 257 words
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    On Tuesday evening Sir John Downer delivered an address on Federation before the Adelaide branch of the Australian Natives' Association at Beach's rooms. Hindley street and repeated She views he has already expressed at other meetings. Mr. R. J. Coombs presided over an attendance of between 40 and 50. Sir John was attentively listened to throughout A few questions were put to him at the close of his address, and a vote of thanks was, at die instance of Mr. Lionel Gee, heartily awarded to him.DONE

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  16. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL CONFERENCE
    The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Saturday 9 March 1901 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The annual conference of the South Australian branches of the A.N.A. was held in the Old Exchange, Pirie street, oh Friday evening. Lieut.-Col. Gende ... 2103 words
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    The annual conference of the South Australian branches of the A.N.A. was held in the Old Exchange, Pirie street, on Friday evening.: Lieut.-Col. Genders the retiring president of the board; presided over a good attendance. The annual report of the board of directors, after referring to the death of the Queen and to the welcome home arranged by the association tendered to the Right Hons. C. C. Kingston and. E. Barton, congratulating them upon their successful mission in obtaining the Imperial authorities to accept the draft Common wealth Bill as adopted by the people of Australia, with but one slight alteration, stated: — 'Branches of the association have been established at Unley, Norwood, and Goodwood; also at Port Pirie. A branch was opened at Broken Hill. (N.S.W.). The president (Lieut.-Col. Genders), two ex-presidents (Messrs. E S. Hughes and W. J. Sowden) and the general secretary (Mr. G.E. Kreusler), assist ed at the inauguration of the branch. Our repre sentatives speak highly of the kindness shown by the Broken Hill people. Owing to the non-federal, character of recent friendly society legislation in New South Wales preventing a friendly society in this State from establishing a branch in New South Wales the Broken Hill branch has been placed under the control of the New South Wales Board. On account of its geographical position Broken Hill could be far easier supervised from Adelaide than Sydney. Your board regrets that such an anti-federal statute should have been made law in New South Wales as recently as the latter part of 1899, and hopes that the matter of friendly society legislation will be taken over by the Fede ral Parliament at an early dale, and provision made that branches of a friendly society may exist in any State, although the controlling board has its place of business in some other State of the Commonwealth: Your board has brought under the notice of the Hon. the Chief Secretary the necessity that all friendly societies shall be required to furnish a certificate from the Public Actuary, or some competent actuary, certifying that the contribu tions payable to the sick and funeral funds under their respective laws are adequate to provide the sick and funeral benefits promised therein. Such certificates are necessary in other States. Friendly societies (particularly after the past experience obtained in South Australia) should not be al lowed in the interests of the general public to obtain fresh members on inadequate rates. During the year two companies have been enrolled in connection with the 1st Battalion, Adelaide Rifles,. South Australian Military Forces, composed entirely of members of our association. The board are pleased that the native born recognise their responsibilities in connection with the defence of our country should occasion require

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  17. CONCERNING PEOPLE.
    The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Tuesday 1 July 1902 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Lord Hopetoun gave a final sitting on Monday to Mr. Tom Roberts in connection with the picture of the opening of the Commonwealth Parliament by the D ... 637 words
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    A pleasing ceremony took place at the meeting of the A.N.A., Adelaide Branch, No. 1, on Monday evening. Dr. Smithson Dunn (President of the branch) presented an ex-President's certificate to Mr. W. J Sowden, and asked him to distribute similar certificates to most of the following gentlemen, who had not received them before and who had at different times occupied ths position:— Rp. Poynton, Messrs. E. W Hawker, W. H. Wadey, J. T. Fitch, L. Cohen, M.P., Paris Nesbit, W. Gooch, E. Davies, W. P. Auld, A. Melrose, C. E. Hall, W. G. Auld, C. G. Gurr, R. J, Coombs, E. S. Hughes, L. C. E. Gee, A. Lodge, T. G. Part, J. C. Genders, F. W. Pilley, G. K. De Cean, Lavington Bony- thon, and G. J. Morley. Mr. Sowden remarked that. out of the 29 ex-Presidents only two had passed over to the great majority, while two others were absent from South Australia.DONE

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  18. COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, January 17.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Saturday 18 January 1890 p 5 Article
    Abstract: At the meeting of the Marine Board to-day they adopted the report of the committee appointed to enquire into the pilot system. The recommendations we ... 239 words
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    Melbourne Victoria the conference of delegates from the intercolonial branches of the Australian Natives' Association to discuss the federation of the colonies, and to agree upon some united course of action, will begin on Tuesday in one of the rooms of the Town Hall It is anticipated that about thirty delegates will be present.

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  19. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. INTERCOLONIAL CONFERENCE. SIR J. C. BRAY NOMINATED PRESIDENT. | Melbourne, January 20.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 21 January 1890 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The intercolonial Conference of the Australian Natives' Association commenced to-day with a preliminary meeting at the Town Hall. The 116 words
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  20. INTERCOLONIAL SUMMARY VICTORIA.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 3 February 1890 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Dr. Roehring, an old medical practitioner in various parts of Victoria, and more recently a Government Health Officer, has mysteriously disappeared. ... 1297 words
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  21. The Register. ADELAIDE: MONDAY, FEB. 3, 1890. THE FEDERATION CONVENTION.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Monday 3 February 1890 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The members of the Federation Convention, which is to be held in Melbourne this week will meet under very different conditions from those under which ... 1119 words
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  22. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 9 March 1897 p 6 Article
    Abstract: At a meeting of the Adelaide Branch of the A.N.A. on Monday evening in the "Cafe Francois," Royal Exchange, Mr. V. A. Wordie delivered an address ent ... 517 words
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    Mr. V. A. Wordie delivered an address entitled ''The

    Coloured-race Question in relation to Australia."

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  23. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 2 July 1895 p 7 Article
    Abstract: To inaugurate his term of office as President of this Association Mr. C. E. Hall gave a social to the members and their friends on Monday evening an ... 611 words
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    Tn«y were an Association banded together for inoulcating patriotic feelings and sentiments, and as far as they possibly could break down those imaginary barriers which sepa rated country from country. If they could only havo ono uniform tariff, one Governor General, one Federal Parliament, and every one stirred with patriotio feeling*, a greater part of their work would be accomplished, and they would not need the invasion of an external foe to make Australians feel they were one people. Ho wanted the Natives to feel that they were the people who bad to make Australia a migbty nation. We had no history to look back to so noble and grand as that of the mother country, and we could make a history so brilliant as to overshadow the history of the nation from which they sprang. (Hear, hear.) The Association did not discuss politics from a party point of view, but they felt it incumbent upon them to take a great interest in all that appertained to the welfare of the community.

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  24. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 12 January 1897 p 7 Article
    Abstract: A meeting of the Australian Natives Association (Adelaide Branch, No. 2) was held at the Cafe Francais, Royal Exchange, on Monday evening, when the n ... 523 words
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    had a real good programme during the six months, and the lectures by Sir R.C.Baker and the Hons. J. L.Stirling and W. Warren, Messrs. W. Griffiths. M.P.. and W. J. Sowden, and the Rev. J. W. Platt had proved most interesting.

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  25. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. EARLY CLOSING.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 23 April 1895 p 3 Article
    Abstract: At the usual meeting of the Australian Natives' Association, held at the Cafe de Paris, Rundle-street, on Monday evening, April 22, m debate was init ... 1108 words
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    a debate was initiated on the Question, 'Should Early Closing be Compulsory?'

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  26. THE STATE ADVANCES BILL. THE TREASURER BEFORE THE NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 12 March 1895 p 5 Article
    Abstract: There was a good attendance at the meeting of the Australian Natives' Association at the Cafe de Paris on Monday evening, when the Treasurer lectured ... 3169 words
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    Treasurer lectured on the State Advances Bill

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  27. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. LECTURE BY MR. J. H. SYMON, Q.C. "HOW AUK WE AS A STATE?"
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Tuesday 20 November 1894 p 6 Article
    Abstract: At the ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Australian Natives' Association at the Cafe de and on Monday evening Mr. J. H. Symon, Q.C. delivered an ex ... 3537 words
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    Mr. J. H. Symon Q C delivered an extemely eloquent address

    entitled 'How are we as a State?' There was a large attendance, including members of both Houses of the Legislature

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  28. CERTIFICATES OF HONOUR.
    Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912) Tuesday 1 July 1902 p 2 Article
    Abstract: A pleasing ceremony book place at the meeting of the A.N.A. Adelaide Branch No. 1, on Monday evening Dr. Smitheon Dunn (President of the branch) pres ... 132 words
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  29. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES’ ASSOCIATION.
    Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912) Tuesday 14 December 1897 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The Australian Natives’ Association does not seem to flourish just now, judging from the patronage of their meetings. Even the business of the electi ... 355 words
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  30. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.
    The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922) Tuesday 29 March 1898 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The annual conference of the Australian Natives' Association was held at Beach's Restaurant, Hindley-street, on Monday evening-, when Mr. William Bri ... 594 words
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  31. SHORT STORIES.
    Quiz and the Lantern (Adelaide, SA : 1890 - 1900) Thursday 30 July 1896 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Overheard on the City Road last Thursday:—Hulloa, Bill! Goin' to the Buxton weddin'?" "Going what? I ain't going to the Cathedral. I'm 944 words
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  32. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES’ ASSOCIATION.
    Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912) Wednesday 30 March 1898 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The annual Conference of the Australian Natives’ Association was held at Beach'’s Rooms, Hindley-street, on Monday evening, March 23. Mr. W. Brindal, ... 628 words
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  33. NEEDLES: "Short, Sharp, Shiny."
    The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922) Tuesday 29 June 1897 p 2 Article
    Abstract: St. Peter's Day. Mr. R. S. Smythe's latest star shining. More prospecting parties for the north. Special services at St. Peter's Cathedral. 1501 words
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  34. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.
    Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904) Saturday 16 January 1897 p 15 Article
    Abstract: The first meeting of the year of the Adelaide No. 1 Branch was held at Brockmeyer's Cafe on Monday evening, Mr. R. J. Coombs, the President, prodding ... 194 words
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  35. THE A.N.A.
    The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922) Tuesday 29 June 1897 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The half-yearly meeting of the Adelaide No. 1 Branch of the Australian Natives' Association was held at Beach's rooms, Hindley-street, on Monday even ... 392 words
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  36. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOLD MINING. THE WOODSIDE PROPERTIES. A COMPREHENSIVE SCHEME.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 12 January 1897 p 5 Article
    Abstract: In a most interesting and highly instructive lecture, which the Warden of Goldfields (Mr. L. C. E. Gee) delivered before the local branch of the A.N. ... 2565 words
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  37. NEWS OF THE DAY. THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 7 April 1898 p 4 Article
    Abstract: It is understood that the South Australian delegates to the Federal Convention are making arrangements for prosecuting an active campaign in favour o ... 271 words
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  38. MAGISTRATES' COURT—HINDMARSH. MONDAY, APRIL 25. [Before the Mayor, Mr. A. W. Ralph].
    The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922) Tuesday 26 April 1898 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Jane Cockram was fined £1 for having been drunk. TUESDAY, APRIL 26. [Before the Mayor (Mr. A. W. Ralph) and 302 words
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  39. Kadina & Wallaroo Times KADINA, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1898. THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN.
    The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954) Saturday 9 April 1898 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The Campaign which has now fairly commenced, should, if the electors are animated by a true spirit of patriotism, result in achieving a 1060 words
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