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  • SYDNEY WOOL SALES. GOOD ATTENDANCE OF BUYERS. A BUOYANT MARKET. Sydney, October 7.

    The weekly series of the Sydney wool sales was opened to-day, when catalogues totalling 11,003 bales were offered, of which 7,814 were sold. The attendance of buyers was good, and ... [Article] (298 words)
  • THE WESTERN GOLDFIELDS. ALLUVIAL RUSH NEAR NORSEMAN. Norseman, October 7.

    An alluvial rush, has taken place six miles north of Norseman. Four oz. 15 dwt. was obtained in a square yard of ground, the largest slug being 3 oz. 4 dwt. Nothing ... [Article] (71 words)
  • INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. Melbourne, October 7.

    The Premier to-day promised a deputation from the Trades Hall and the Coal Miners' Association that he would stop the execution of the railway coal contract until the question ... [Article] (260 words)
  • SNAKES IN SYDNEY. Sydney, October 7.

    Snake bites are unfortunately not very rare in the country parts of this colony, but a case in the heart of the city is distinctly uncommon. John Carr therefore achieved some fame ... [Article] (147 words)
  • IMPRISONMENT OF AN IMPOSTOR Melbourne, October 7.

    Percy Whittall, alias Viscount Douglas Carnegie, a young man, to-day pleaded guilty to a charge of obtaining flowers and money from a city florist by false cheques. He was sentenced ... [Article] (85 words)
  • SUBURBAN TOWN COUNCILS. UNLEY.

    October 7.-Present-The Mayor (Mr.T. C. Holland),Crs.Trathan,Dring Jones, Moule, Andresen, T[?]eeddale,and Hicks. A letter was received from the clerk of the Burnaide District Council stating ... [Article] (340 words)
  • KNIGHTSBRIDGE LACROSSE CLUB.

    The annual smoke social in connection with the Knight abridge Lacrosse Club was held on Saturday evening at the Marryatville Hotel. There was a good attendance and Mr. John Henderson (the president of ... [Article] (175 words)
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  • WORK IN PARLIAMENT. PROGRAMME FOR THE WEEK.

    Parliament has now been sitting for just four months, but the progress of business has been so provokingly slow that there does not seem to be any chance of the ... [Article] (532 words)
  • THE FATAL EXPLOSION. AN INQUEST OPENED. CONDITION OF THE PATIENTS.

    On Monday afternoon Mr. G.H. Ayliffe, the acting-city coroner, opened the inquest on the body of Sidney Skewes Parker, who died at the hospital on Sunday evening as the ... [Article] (319 words)
  • MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    A meeting of the committee of the Mrs. Mary Lee testimonial fund was held in the Mayor's Parlor on Friday afternoon, Mr. J. A. McPherson, M.P., presiding. It was ... [Article] (459 words)
  • METHODIST UNION. Burra, October 7.

    There was a big demonstration in the Bible Christian Church to-night in favor of Methodist union. The mayor presided over a crowded Catherine. The Revs. W.H. ... [Article] (117 words)
  • THE COUNTRY. MINISTERS AT PETERSBURG.

    PETERSBURG, October 7.—The Premier (Hon. C. C. Kingston), accompanied by the Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. P. P. Gillen), visited Petersburg by invitation on ... [Article] (274 words)
  • SUDDEN DEATH NEAR KINGSTON.

    KINGSTON, October 4.—Last night Mr. Murray Gall, of Cantara, reported to Corporal Doudy that Caleb Martin, a stone mason, had died very suddenly that afternoon ... [Article] (190 words)
  • POPULATION OF PETERSBURG.

    PETERSBURG, October 7.—A census of the population of the town has been taken by the town council during the past few days. The total population is found to be 2,104, or an ... [Article] (84 words)
  • DEATH FROM LOCKJAW.

    COCKBURN, October 1—On Thursday last a son of Mr. Goode, aged 8 years, was playing with other children when a small splinter of mulga entered the fleshy part of his right ... [Article] (92 words)
  • KICKED BY A HORSE.

    REDHILL, October 7.—An accident of a serious nature happened on Saturday morning last to Mr. George Kirk, 18 years of age, and eldest son of Mr. A. Kirk, of ... [Article] (135 words)
  • RAILWAY COMMISSIONER IN THE SOUTH-EAST.

    KINGSTON, October 4.—On Wednesday we were visited by a special train with the Railway Commissioner and other railway officials aboard. The party stayed only two hours ... [Article] (406 words)
  • AGRICULTURAL STUDENTS AT WEROCATA.

    At the invitation of Mr. S.S. R[?] the students of the Roseworthy Agricultural College visited Werocata on Saturday last to inspect the many improvements that have ... [Article] (169 words)
  • MINING NEWS. ANGIPENA GOLDFIELDS.

    The following report on the Angipena goldfields has been received by Messrs. Lander, Dungey, & Hughes, of Mount Lyndhurst, from Mr. Henry Paull, dated Mount Ogilvie, ... [Article] (655 words)
  • WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. INVESTMENT OF BRITISH CAPITAL.

    The London Economist of August 24, in an article on "The Development of West Australia," writes:— "The Londonderry troubles and the other ... [Article] (2177 words)
  • THE LATE MR. G. KINDERMANN.

    The remains of the late Mr. G. Kindermann were interred in the West-terrace Cemetery on Monday afternoon, a large number of the deceased gentleman's friends joining in the ... [Article] (266 words)
  • BULLION RETURNS.

    NEW REEDY CREEK GOLD MINE.—Run for 12 days of 8 hours:—Ore treated, 148 tons; smelted gold, 17 oz. 2 dwt. LAKE VIEW AND BOULDER EAST GOLD ... [Article] (42 words)
  • SPORTING.

    The jockey, Ben Chaston, who received such a severe fall at Tattersall's races on Saturday was still in a serious condition on Monday. Dr. Todd is attending him, and he has only ... [Article] (758 words)
  • VICTORIAN SPORTING. Melbourne, October 7. SCRATCHINGS.

    Hopscotch scratched for Toorak Handicap. V.A.T.C. Spring Meeting.—Caulfield Cup— Acmena, Tim Swiveller, Fitz-Donovan, Blue Cap, Coolalta, and Astronomel, Caulfield ... [Article] (508 words)
  • THE V.A.T.C. THE ALLEGATION AGAINST MR. ANDERSON. Melbourne, October 7.

    Mr. J.C. Bowden gives specific particulars regarding the allegation he made against Mr. A. Anderson at a recent meeting of members of the V.A.T.C. Mr. Bowden now says:— ... [Article] (118 words)
  • V.A.T.C. MEETING. WEIGHTS FOR THE HURDLE AND STEEPLE. Melbourne, October 7.

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  • THE ADELAIDE HOUNDS.

    On Saturday last I arrived at Gumeracha about 5 a.m. in search of work, and seeing the business and go of the inhabitants of this little English-looking town my hopes went up a ... [Article] (1225 words)
  • THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR

    Sir—At the meeting of the board of management held on the 4th instant Dr. Way states that it was the belief of the board that it was impossible to obtain here (meaning in ... [Article] (382 words)
  • THE KRUSE CONCERTS.

    The second of the series of concerts given by Herr Johann Kruse, the Australian violinist will take place in the Town Hall this evening, when the success which attended the initial ... [Article] (139 words)
  • NORWOOD TOWN HALL.

    An excellent entertainment was given in the Norwood Town Hall, on Monday evening; in aid of the widow and children of the late Mr. George Stanley, who died in the Adelaide ... [Article] (252 words)
  • NORTH ADELAIDE POPULAR CONCERT.

    The last of the present series of popular concerts in the North Adelaide Institute was given on Saturday night before a crowded house. Mr. Warren opened proceedings with ... [Article] (272 words)
  • RAINFALL RETURN.

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  • A DOCTOR FOR HAPPY VALLEY. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—Kindly allow me to contradict a statement made by the Commissioner of Public Works in answer to a question put by Mr. McPherson in the House. The Commissioner ... [Article] (202 words)
  • AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL.

    Another well filled house at the Theatre Royal on Monday evening greeted the second performance by the Adelaide Harmonie Society of Offenbach's merry ... [Article] (454 words)

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