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  2. THE GROCERS' PICNIC.

    At the National Park, Belair, ou Thursday, the tenth annual grocers picnic was held, and in every way it proved an unqualified success. The somewhat ...

    Article : 543 words
  3. THE COUNTRY.

    Information was received here this morning that William Thurlow, the holder of some scrub country in the hundred of Lochaber, was killed while driving from ...

    Article : 326 words
  4. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    The half-yearly meeting of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce was held at 23, Way-month-strcet, on Wednesday afternoon, when the president (Mr. S. J. Jacobs) ...

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  5. THE PARLIAMENT.

    The Speaker (Sir Jenkin Coles) took the chair at 2 p.m. PETITION. Mr.DARLING presented a petition in ...

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  6. THE FATALITY AT TARCOOLA.

    The Minister of Mines has received the following report from Mr. L. C. E. Gee with regard to the fatal accident at Tarcoola:— "October 16, 1902.—I regret to ...

    Article : 446 words
  7. SUICIDE AT YANKALILLA.

    A sad case of suicide occurred here yesterday, when Frederick Dunstall, a young man, shot himself. He had for some time past been in a depressed state of mind. ...

    Article : 255 words
  8. BLYTH.

    October 22.—Mr. T. O. Mitchell, the second son of Mr. W. Mitchell, died on Sunday morning after a brief illness. He was just over 21 years of age, was a ...

    Article : 56 words
  9. INSTITUTE MEETINGS.

    On Wednesday evening the annual meeting of subscribers to the Gawler Institute was held at the reading-room. The president (Mr. H. J. K. Bebee) occupied the chair. Mr. C. Ball read ...

    Article : 402 words
  10. BALAKLAVA.

    October 23.—Haymaking, which was in full Swing, has been interrupted by the late rains. The early crops, which will be ready for the harvester very shortly, will ...

    Article : 42 words
  11. HONITON.

    October 22.—Shearing is just about over, and haymaking has started.—Mr. George Hoare, an old and respected resident of Honiton, died at Stintwood farm on ...

    Article : 84 words
  12. MISSION TO SEAMEN.

    Sir—1. With reference to your footnote to Mr. Phillipps' letter—"The interview was not incorrectly reported. The Rev. T. H. Distin Morgan does not, suggest that ...

    Article : 477 words
  13. MOUNT GAMBIER.

    October 22.—The Gambier Produce Company, which recently purchased the cheese and butter making business from Mr. JasParis, of O.B. Flat, intends to erect a new ...

    Article : 226 words
  14. FOOTBALL.

    An interesting game should be witnessed on the Jubilee Oval to-morrow afternoon, when a team from H.M.S. Mildura will meet the Adelaides. These two teams met a week ago, when, after a hard ...

    Article : 69 words
  15. PORT PIRIE.

    October 23.—An inquest was held at the Federal Hotel this afternoon on the body of the lad, Wilhelm Ohler Johnson, who died in the local hospital yesterday from ...

    Article : 160 words
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  17. PORT VICTOR.

    October 23.—Mrs. Hutchinson, of Hindmarsh Valley, widow of Mr. G. B. Hutchinson, and one of the oldest residents of the district, died on Tuesday evening at the age ...

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  18. SCOTTISH DANCES.

    Wherever Scotchmen happen to be their love for national music and dances never fades. For some time a pipers' band has been in existence m Adelaide, but Scottish dances have not had ...

    Article : 238 words
  19. YORKETOWN.

    October 22.—A heavy thunderstorm, accompanied by rain, swept over the town on Tuesday afternoon, about 36 points being registered. Although a few farmers ...

    Article : 155 words
  20. LAW COURTS.

    (Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., and Justices.) Peter Henry Martin was charged with drunkenness and with having wilfully smashed a window in the house of Miss Fraser, 133, Hanson-street, on ...

    Article : 108 words
  21. FREEMASONRY.

    On Thursday evening, October 16. the members of the Clare Masonic Lodge. No. 12, S.A.C., met at the lodgeroom, Clare Institute, to intal the W.M., Bro. J. L. Smith. The R.W.D.G.M., Bro ...

    Article : 171 words
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  23. TENNIS.

    Wayville v. Glenbrook.—Leak and Hughes lost to Mitton and Burnell, 3—6, 5—6, Parsons and Holder drew with Hunwick and Shaw, 6—4, 4—6, Coombs and Hudd drew with Tucker and Pollit, ...

    Article : 128 words
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