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  • LONDON TABLE TALK. [From our Special Correspondent.] London, February 5, 1897.

    The Yokohama poisoning [?] has endedas seemed inevitable from the first-in the conviction of Mrs. Carew, and to the di[?]. of Glastonbury (where her father is mayor), ...
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  • AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL.

    There was a large attendance at the Theatre Royal on Monday evening, when Mr. Wybert Reeve's specialty combination repeated their Saturday's programme. Mr. Harry Shine, ... [Article] (109 words)
  • THE CINEMATOGRAPHE.

    The Victoria Hall was as crowded as ever on Monday evening, and the 30 pictures shown by Lumiere's cinematographe were received with the highest appreciation, and one after ... [Article] (331 words)
  • OUR ANGLO-COLONIAL. LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] London, February 5, 1897.

    The diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria is evidently going to be turned to useful purpose by a vast variety of enterprising advertisers. Politicians, poets, philanthropists, poseurs, ... [Article] (2439 words)
  • THE FEDERAL ELECTION. ADDITIONAL RETURNS. MORE FIGURES FROM FLINDERS.

    The counting of the ballot-papers in connection with the Federal Convention election has advanced another stage. The returningofficer for Flinders on Saturday received about ... [Article] (396 words)
  • NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS. GOLD FROM WOODLARK ISLAND. Cooktown, March 15.

    The schooner Ivanhoe arrived yesterday from Woodlark Island. St Aignan, and Samarai, with 32 passengers, nearly all of whom were from Woodlark Island. She ... [Article] (230 words)
  • THE VINTAGE. VINEYARDS OF THE SOUTH. MESSRS. T. HARDY & SONS'. [By our Special Reporter.] No. I.

    No name perhaps stands out more prominently in the history of the winegrowing industry of South Australia than that of Mr. Thomas Hardy, and there is scarcely anyone ... [Article] (1943 words)
  • THE COUNTRY. DEATH OF MR. P. O'NEILL.

    MORPHETT VALE, March 15. — Mr. P. O'Neill, an old resident of Hackham, died suddenly on Friday evening last. Through friends staying at the house deceased ... [Article] (158 words)
  • PORT GERMEIN.

    PORT GERMEIN, March 13.—The Wirrabara Cricket Club visited Port Germein to-day and played a match against the local club. The visitors went in first, but made a poor stand, ... [Article] (175 words)
  • THE SOUTH-EAST.

    MILLICENT, March 12.—Work in the district just now is plentiful. The south-east drainage works are within 16 miles, and I understand fully 300 men are employed there; ... [Article] (547 words)
  • CRYSTAL BROOK.

    CRYSTAL BROOK, March 13.—The federal election passed off quietly; a little over 40 percent of those on the roll exercised their votes. Considerable ignorance prevailed in some ... [Article] (263 words)
  • MISCELLANEOUS.

    EDEN VALLEY, March 14.—The weather has been delightful for the past fortnight, several showers having fallen. A good rain would be much appreciated just now as water is still ... [Article] (121 words)
  • CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. THE SALVATION ARMY.

    Colonel Kilbey, the late Australasian chief secretary for the Salvation Army, who is returning to England by the R.M.S. Ormuz, supplied an Advertiser representative with a ... [Article] (1599 words)
  • MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. THE LATE MRS. S.T. OXENHAM.

    The funeral of the late Mrs. Orenham, an old colonist, and wife of Mr. S. T. Oxenham, which took place at the Hindmarsh Cemetery on Monday afternoon, was largely attended. ... [Article] (1029 words)
  • THE INTOXICATING BICYCLE.

    A doctor runs full tilt against cycling in the February National Review. The courage of such a proceeding, as well as the lively style in which Dr. Shadwell writes, will give the article ... [Article] (389 words)
  • A SCHOOL DESTROYED. Brinkworth, March 15.

    The State school at Magpie Creek was completely destroyed by fire yesterday. Miss Nancarrow, the teacher, was away at church and she has no idea how the fire originated. ... [Article] (54 words)
  • FAMOUS BRITISH WARSHIPS.

    A selection of stories from naval history by Mr. Walter Wood brings into a handy compass the exploits of representative ships of different periods, from Elizabeth's reign to ... [Article] (864 words)
  • SUBURBAN DISTRICT COUNCILS. EAST TORRENS.

    February 25.—Present— Crs. Watkins, Bishop, Percival, and Trelicock. Traders accepted-[?] yards 2½-in. metal, Main-road, W. Muller, 4s. 5d. per yard; 165 yards 2½-in. metal, Basket Range and ... [Article] (119 words)

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