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  • MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL.

    On Wednesday morning the Executive Council appointed the following to be the Board of Management of the Adelaide Hospital:—Mesdames Cullen, Edwards, and ... [Article] (106 words)
  • RIVER MURRAY LEAGUE.

    A general meeting of the River Murray League was held at Brookman's Building on Weadesday afternoon, the president the Hon. G. Brookman) occupying the ... [Article] (291 words)
  • POST AND TELEGRAPH CONFERENCE.

    The conference resumed its sittings at [?].30 a.m. yesterday and continued until 5 p.m. Considerable discussion took place, and unanimity was arrived at in connection ... [Article] (137 words)
  • THE OUTGOING MAIL.

    The following passengers are booked to leave by the mail steamer Orizaba this afternoon for London:—Mr. and Mrs. James McLachlan, Miss McLachlan, Miss ... [Article] (19 words)
  • A Y.M.C.A. MEETING.

    The Australasian Y.M.C.A. Conference is not neglecting the interests of those for iwhom the Y.M.C.A. exists and works. A meeting for men only is to be held this ... [Article] (97 words)
  • HOUSEBREAKING AT NORTH ADELAIDE.

    We are informed that on Tuesday morning, during the absence of the family, the residence of Mr. P. Martin, on Kingston-terrace, North Adelaide, was ... [Article] (28 words)
  • THE RAILWAY REVENUE.

    The railway earnings from July 1, 1902, to March 14, amounted to £767,124, as against £785,480 for the same period last year, showing a decrease of £18,356. ... [Article] (25 words)
  • ROAD REPAIRING.

    On Wednesday morning Messrs. D. McKenzie and T. Burgoyne, members of the House of Assembly for Flinders, and the Hons. J. G. Bice and A. R. Addison, ... [Article] (248 words)
  • MOUNT GAMBIER CIRCUIT COURT.

    His Honor Sir James P. Boucaut has been appointed to preside at the Mount Gambier Circuit Court to be held on April 22. ... [Article] (31 words)
  • FEDERAL BOARD OF APPEAL.

    The Commonwealth Public Service Act provides that each State shall be represented by an officer on all boards of enquiry and appeal in ... [Article] (114 words)
  • MAILS FOR LONDON.

    The mails for the United Kingdom dispatched from Adelaide on February 6, via San Francisco, arrived an London on March 16. ... [Article] (32 words)
  • THE RAINFALL.

    The rainfall recorded during the 24 hours ended March 18, at 9 a.m., was as follows:— Powell's Creek, 0.02; Tennant's Creek, 0.34; Barrow Creek, 0,27; Alice Springs, 0.30; ... [Article] (32 words)
  • OUR BOYS' INSTITUTE.

    On Tuesday evening the delegates attending the Y.M.C.A. Conference paid a visit to Our Boys' Institute. They were shown over the premises by the ... [Article] (130 words)
  • IN MEMORY OF THE FALLEN BRAVE.

    Mr. H. L. Vosz has completed a handsome stained glass memorial window, which is to be fixed in the end wall of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Bowden, facing ... [Article] (92 words)
  • SOUTH AFRICAN EXHIBITION.

    Mr. H. J. Scott, the Australian representative at the South African Exhibition, has received advice of the sudden death of the general manager of the exhibition, at ... [Article] (193 words)
  • RAPID STEAM GENERATION.

    Much curiosity has been aroused amongst engineers and others interested in the production of steam by the announcement that one of the foremost engineers of Australia, ... [Article] (161 words)
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  • MR C. H. GOODE. HIS PORTRAIT UNVEILED. CEREMONY AT THE ART GALLERY.

    A representative gathering assembled at the Art Gallery, North-terrace, on Wednesday afternoon, when Lady Way unveiled the portrait of Mr. C. H. Goode, which has ... [Article] (2177 words)
  • Y.M.C.A. CONFERENCE.

    On Wednesday morning the delegates attending the conference of the Young Men's Christian Association assembled at the railway-station to meet the Melbourne ... [Article] (282 words)
  • THE ORONTES AT FREMANTLE. Fremantle, March 18.

    The mail steamer Orontes arrived to-day at 11.15 a.m. She brings the following passengers:- For Adelaide.—Rev. A. B. POrtman, and ... [Article] (353 words)
  • AMERICAN AFFAIRS. THE VENEZUELAN MESS. ANTI-TRUST LEGISLATION HIGHER INTEREST AND WAGES. (From our Special Correspondent.) Now York, February 14, 1903.

    The Venezuelan matter is slowly fading out of sight, but until it entirely disappears it has many potentialities of mischief. Mr. Bowen, the personal friend of Mr. ... [Article] (2576 words)
  • Advertising

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  • ARLTUNGA. MEANS OF COMMUNICATION. AN OFFICIAL ENQUIRY. Alice Springs, March 18.

    Mr. T. A. Bradshaw, S.M., of Alice Springs, returned late on Monday from a tour of inspection over the route of the proposed telegraph or ... [Article] (294 words)
  • THE WHITE RANGE OPTIONS. (From our Special Commissioner on the Field.) Alice Springs, March 18.

    As I have seen some telegrams in connection with the new option on Luce's White Range properties, I can confirm my previous message that Dr. Chewings and ... [Article] (394 words)
  • A NOTE OF WARNING. IS THERE COPPER LOWER DOWN?

    A writer in the Ballarat "Courier" says: —"Considering the amount of attention now being paid to gold mining at Arltunga and district in Central Australia, a few ... [Article] (680 words)
  • FEDERAL AFFAIRS. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. FURTHER INFORMATION WANTED. Melbourne, March 18.

    The Minister for Home Affairs has taken further action in the direction of carrying out the recommendatidhs of the Conference of Railway Engineers on the proposed West ... [Article] (342 words)
  • CUSTOMS PROSECUTIONS. AN IMPORTANT LEGAL POINT. Melbourne, March 18.

    A Customs prosecution was heard in the City Court this morning, when Messrs. E. L. Yencken & Co. were charged with making a false declaration on August ... [Article] (632 words)
  • A SHIPMASTER FINED. Melbourne, March 18.

    Captain William Ellis, of the steamer Eastern, was to-day fined £3 and two guineas costs for allowing one of his Chinese crew to escape ashore. ... [Article] (33 words)
  • THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. A SIX MONTHS' SESSION. Melbourne, March 18.

    Although the formal announcement is reserved till the Federal Parliament meets in May, the Federal Ministry allows it to be unofficially stated that the Federal elections ... [Article] (265 words)
  • CIVIL SERVICE COMPETITION. Melbourne, March 18.

    The examination of the lists of candidates for the Federal service who reside in and around Melbourne shows that there is tremendous competition for even the lowest ... [Article] (100 words)
  • SIR EDMUND BARTON. Sydney, March 18.

    Sir Edmund Barton will leave for Melbourne by the express on Friday night. He purposes returning to Sydney shortly, and is arranging to deliver speeches in various ... [Article] (70 words)
  • SENATOR O'CONNOR. Sydney, March 18.

    Senator O'Connor was asked to-day if there was any trnth in the report that he meditated retiring from politics. In reply, Mr. O'Connor said it was not true ... [Article] (81 words)
  • A NEW GUINEA APPOINTMENT. Sydney, March 18.

    The Prime Minister, after consultation with the Attorney-General (Mr. Depkin), has appointed Mr. Christopher Robinson, of Brisbane, judicial officer of New Guinea, ... [Article] (131 words)
  • THE AGENTS-GENERAL AND IMMIGRATION. Sydney, March 18.

    Sir Edmund Barton's attention has been directed to the cablegram published to-day in reference to the request that the Agents-General in London, pending the ... [Article] (81 words)
  • BROKEN HILL. BROKEN HILL, March 18.

    In the Police Court this afternoon Wm. Murnane was charged on summons with stealing a registered letter, the property of the Federal Postmaster-General, containing ... [Article] (123 words)
  • WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, March 18.

    The Executive Council this afternoon decided that Ballantrae, who is under sentence of death for the murder of a Chinaman, should undergo the extreme penalty ... [Article] (46 words)

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