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  2. PROSPECT COUNCIL.

    October 27.—Present—[?] F. J. Cheffers (chair). J. G. Rogers, E. G. S. Uren, C. Johns, F. Cox, J. J. Nettle, T. M. Chettle, and A. C. Panders. A letter was received from Messrs. ...

    Article : 130 words
  3. THE COUNTRY.

    The mailman, who has just come in with the mail from Sturt Yale, east of here, reports that a fairly wide strip of country there benefitted bv thunderstorms last ...

    Article : 90 words
  4. MONETARY & COMMERCIAL

    There have been no change in the conditions of the local money market since last week, and the following are the rates as they now stand:— ...

    Article : 226 words
  5. SYDNEY MARKET.

    The following sales were made to-day:—City Bank, Sydney (old), 79/: Australian Gaslight, £17 2/6; Hannan's Oroya, 53/3; B.H. Proprietary, 29/. THE LONDON MARKET. ...

    Article : 101 words
  6. MUNDOORA.

    October 25.—Yesterday a horse attached to a spring-cart, the property of Mr. Mitchell, bolted during the absence of the driver. Mr. Mitchell's three-year-old ...

    Article : 125 words
  7. BROKEN HILL MINING.

    At the South Blocks good ore continues to be won from the three points of operation. At the 300-ft. level the eastern crosscut, off the northern drive from No. 3 shaft has reached 15 ft., in ore ...

    Article : 257 words
  8. BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET.

    Messrs. A. A. Brice & Co. report on October 28: —Supplies of factory prints to-day smaller than last sale; stores and dairy lots were, however, more plentiful; late rates fully maintained. Eggs ...

    Article : 136 words
  9. SHEEP KILLED BY STORMY WEATHER.

    Yesterday morning about 250 sheep, belonging to Mr. James Melrose, and which were recently shorn, were found dead in a paddock close to the town. They had ...

    Article : 47 words
  10. THE SEARCH STOPS.

    Once more we are indebted to an Adelaide citizen for a public statement that throws more light on a subject of everincreasing interest. People have been ...

    Article : 340 words
  11. FIRE AT RENMARK.

    Some time on Sunday night a fire occurred on the 60-ft. channel, block C, and Messrs. Pike Bros.' new house, which was just undergoing the finishing touches, was ...

    Article : 102 words
  12. MINING NEWS.

    The directors of the Princess Royal Gold Mining Company on Wednesday declared a 17th dividend of 1/ per share, amounting to £4,000, payable on Wednesday, November ...

    Article : 50 words
  13. MEADOWS SOUTH.

    October 28.—Friday was visiting day at the public school, and several ladies and gentlemen attended and inspected the work. The scholars contributed musical numbers, ...

    Article : 51 words
  14. INVESTMENT STOCKS.

    Appended are particulars of bank and investment stocks, and the leading lines in silver quoted in the local market, showing paid-up capital, dividends and latest ...

    Article : 2,489 words
  15. BELALIE NORTH.

    October 28.—Hay-making will soon commence, and a fair result is expected, which will gladden the hearts of the toilers. ...

    Article : 22 words
  16. PORT LINCOLN.

    October 25.—Mr. A. E. Archer has resigned his position as secretary of the Institute and Vermin Board. At a special meeting of the institute it was decided to ...

    Article : 103 words
  17. SHARE MARKET.

    The business done on 'Change during the past week was hardly so satisfactory as during the preceding week or two. The chief attention of operators was given to ...

    Article : 2,716 words
  18. KALGOORLIE MINING.

    The Merton furnaces which have just been put into work on the Great Boulder are fired with wood, and are treating about 20 tons a day per furnace. With the use of gas, however, the ...

    Article : 586 words
  19. GAWLER.

    October 28.—A successrul social and entertainment was held at the Congregational Church last night. Professor Towar occupied the chair, and delivered a pleasing and ...

    Article : 227 words
  20. PORT WAKEFIELD.

    October 24.—A meeting of the local branch of the Transcontinental Railway League was held on Friday night. Mr. Greenshields presided. A motion ...

    Article : 105 words
  21. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 746 words
  22. PORT VICTOR.

    October 29.—The crops of linseed in the district are looking well; some growing between Port Victor and Port Elliot promise a 25 bushel yield. Large quantities of ...

    Article : 179 words
  23. GREEN'S PLAINS.

    October 28.—The weather is at it again, and for some days past has been behaving in a most unaccountable manner. Sunday was ushered in with a hot, sultry wind, ...

    Article : 269 words
  24. PORT PIRIE.

    October 28.—Lieutenant-Colonel Catt, the officer commanding the Northern Battalion of Infantry, has not yet made any selection of a site for the military encampment to ...

    Article : 118 words
  25. COPPER MINING AT KAPUNDA.

    The old Kapunda mine still continues to prove its value as a copper-producer, buring the past sis months, 87 tons 18 cwt. of copper ore has bren raised, dressed, and dispatched to Port Adelaide, ...

    Article : 195 words
  26. GLADSTONE.

    October 24.—Mr. E. Coe, who is leaving for Narracoorte shortly, was tendered a farewell social at Lee's Hotel on Friday night. The Mayor (Mr. W. Hancock) ...

    Article : 83 words
  27. PEKINA.

    October 28.—There is a fair amount of feed in this locality, and it will be much benefited by the late rain. Crops are backward, and very thin. Little or no ...

    Article : 111 words
  28. TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS.

    Victory United, October 28.—"Crosscut south at bottom of winze extended 10 ft.; struck hanging wall of lode, width not determined. Prospects are undoubtedly good; gold is visible through the vein. ...

    Article : 206 words
  29. GEORGETOWN.

    October 27.—A benefit concert was held on Saturday evening in aid of a distressed family. It is estimated that considerably over £11 will be ...

    Article : 89 words
  30. RENMARK.

    October 28.—The recent rain, although it will make no difference to the river, will do an immense amount of good.—The Ruby, steamer, arrived at this port yesterday ...

    Article : 86 words
  31. KADINA.

    October 27.—The Wallaroo Mines Temperance League held a successful meeting at the Methodist lecture-hall, Wallaroo Mines, on Monday night. Items were contributed ...

    Article : 93 words
  32. MINING MEETINGS.

    A meeting of shareholders in the Black Swan Proprietary Gold Mining Company was held at Broken Hill Chambers on Wednesday. Mr. A. D. Handyside, M.P. (chairman of directors), ...

    Article : 134 words
  33. RIVERTON.

    October 28.—On Friday evening the annual meeting of the Foreign Mission Society in connection with the Riverton Methodist circuit was held in the church. ...

    Article : 61 words
  34. STREAKY BAY.

    October 24.—Mr. Frederick Ettridge, a road contractor, died suddenly yesterday morning of heart disease. He was buried to-day, Bro. Diggle officiating at the grave. ...

    Article : 59 words
  35. KAPUNDA.

    October 28.—In consequence of the shortage of water in the reservoir the corporation recently requested the Fire Brigades Board to desist from further use of water ...

    Article : 91 words
  36. WHEAT, FEED GRAINS, &c.

    Wheat.—4/11 to 5/ per bushel for parcels, at Port Adelaide. Flour.—£10 to £10 10/ per ton, for leading brands. ...

    Article : 95 words
  37. NORTH QUEENSLAND TINFIELDS.

    Sir—The development of tin mining in some districts of Queensland is satisfactory. I was favorably impressed with the prospects and with the rature of the country, especially that of Stannary ...

    Article : 260 words
  38. STRATHALBYN.

    October 27.—Two vehicles, driven by Misses Softly and K. Gooch respectively, collided on Saturday near the Mill Bridge, with the result that Miss Softly was ...

    Article : 56 words
  39. KOOLUNGA.

    October 24.—At the invitation of the local branch of the Agricultural Bureau Professor Towar delivered a lecture in the institute on Thursday evening. There was a ...

    Article : 80 words
  40. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 18 words
  41. WAUKARINGA.

    October 27.—The local tennis club at a meeting held on Saturday night last decided to have the courts fenced in. The work will be put in hand shortly.—As a ...

    Article : 162 words
  42. INTER-STATE MARKETS.

    Breadstuffs.—Wheat is steady, but quieter in tone; about 1,200 bags sold at 5/3 to 5/3½, chiefly at 5/3 ex store. Flour, £10 10/ to £11. ...

    Article : 305 words
  43. MOUNT GAMBIER.

    October 27.—At a special meeting of the committee of the Mount Gambier Agricultural and Horticultural Society on Saturday the question of making some provision ...

    Article : 432 words
  44. COCOA AND COCOA ONLY.

    CADBURY'S—Refreshing, invigorating, and sustaining. Of the greatest strength and finest flavor. D3 ...

    Article : 17 words
  45. WASLEYS.

    October 25.—A successful concert was given by the scholars of the Wasleys public school in the institute on Wednesday. The hall was crowded, and the proceeds ...

    Article : 54 words
  46. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 300 words
  47. YORKETOWN.

    October 27.—The Bishop of Adelaide (Dr. Harmer) conducted confirmation services here on Thursday evening, about 13 candidates being presented to him.—The want ...

    Article : 114 words
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