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    The ratepayers in this district feel indignant with the Council on account of their having voted from the Main-road Fund £20 to their Clerk and Overseer of Roads, besides paying two gangers 6s. ...

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    Buttermilk is now being recommended as a curee for dropsy. Bolling in water for half an hour kills all germs of any sort. ...

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    Feather boas are all the fashion this year. The prettiest are those made of white or of black cocks' feathers. Berlin and Vienna dressmakers announce ...

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    One often hears the married man sigh for his lost bachelorhood. Curiously enough, the woman who is sorry she married seldom is found. Heaven knows she has more cause ...

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  7. ELLISTON, MAY 15.

    The schooner Sedwell Jane arrived here from Port Pirie to load wheat for Darling & Son, and I understand goes direct to Sydney. This is the fist vessel that has loaded here for an intercolonial ...

    Article : 281 words
  8. ORROROO, MAY 17.

    An old and respected resident in the person of Mrs. D. McNaughton has passed away at her son's residence, Coomooroo. She was in her seventy-fourth year, and had been a resident of this district ...

    Article : 135 words
  9. KAPUNDA, MAY 19.

    On Sunday afternoon the remains of Mr. John Henry Smyth-Blood were interred in the Clare-road Cemetery, Kapunda, in the presence of a large number of people of the district and numerous residents of ...

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    During the past week we have had steady showers of rain. In nine days about 1½ inches has fallen. It will start the feed, which is much wanted, as the paddocks are very bare. ...

    Article : 116 words
  11. STOCKPORT, MAY 18.

    Yesterday morning the long-wished for rain came down for several hours, aud ai it was steady it gave the ground a soaking so badly required. The farmers had been nearly at a standstill as far as ...

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    PROSPECT, May 12—Present—Crs. Johns (chair), Braund, and Milner. Clerk reported that Mr. Thomas Drummond had guaranteed the balance of private subscriptions towards the expense of ...

    Article : 996 words
  13. YATINA, MAY 17.

    On Wednesday night we were favoured, after a long spell of dry weather, with a fall of rain. About an inch fell, and yesterday evening we had about another quarter of an inch. To-day the weather is ...

    Article : 90 words
  14. CLARE, MAY 16.

    A welcome change in the weather has been experienced. On Wednesday night about three-quarters of an inch of rain fell, and on Thursday evening upwards of an inch. The farmers are now in fairly ...

    Article : 265 words
  15. BURELLA, MAY 16.

    Mr. John Statt, of this district, who is leaving per Orient next week for a trip to England, was the recipient of a complimentary supper last evening. Host Smith, of the Kurelia Hotel, provided an ...

    Article : 413 words
  16. THE STAR.

    Beside the eternal sea one night I slept; But soft airs fanned me. I from my dreamland broke, While angry storm-winds down the black west ...

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    The following is an extract from the recently published diary of Nawab Mendi Hassan, Chief Justice of Hyderabad:—Comparison of English and Mohammedan ...

    Article : 293 words
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  19. THE SUN CUP.

    The earth is the cup of the sun. That he filleth at morning with wine, With the strong warm wine of his might, From the vintage of gold and of light ...

    Article : 142 words
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