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  2. THE COUNTRY.

    Many southern carriers are putting on extra teams for carting merchandise from Adelaide. The recent increase of railway freights has given an impetus, to the ...

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  3. THE TURF.

    On Thursday final acceptances for the A.J.C. Derby, the Epsom Handicap, and the Metropolitan were declared, and will be found in our sporting columns this ...

    Article : 445 words
  4. AN UNJUST CLAIM.

    An important judgment was delivered in the Local Court on Thursday morning by his Honor Mr. J. G. Russell, S.M., when the case of Elizabeth Chatfield, married ...

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  5. LAWN TENNIS.

    The Parkside tennis players visited Clare on Saturday, August 30, and played matches on that day and on Monday. Three matches were played on the local courts against the Clare club. The ...

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  6. MANNUM.

    September 2.—Yesterday evening a complimentary concert was tendered to Miss Schuetze in recognition of services rendered to the town of Mannum. The ...

    Article : 130 words
  7. THE HINDMARSH RIVER.

    The council regulation, made some time since, prohibiting persons from pitching tents or camping on the reserves on both sides of the Hindmarsh River, will be a ...

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  8. MOUNT GAMBIER.

    September 2.—Mr. G. S. Kempe, of Mount Gambier, has purchased from Mr. G. Chiruside, of Werribee Park, Victoria, 25.purebred Tamworth sows, ranging from six ...

    Article : 110 words
  9. SPORT AT PORT VICTOR.

    There is still an unusual dearth of fish on the coast, which is most unusual at this season. But for the crayfish, which are being taken freely, the fishing industry would be ...

    Article : 138 words
  10. QUORN.

    September 1.—A concert was held in aid of the sports funds in the Town Hall this evening, when the building was crowded. The first portion of the programme, with ...

    Article : 194 words
  11. A COMPLAINT FROM MILANG.

    Residents were, subjected to further annoyance on Monday by the refusal of the postal authorities to allow the mail to be brought on from Strathalbyn. Such a thing ...

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  12. CRYSTAL BROOK SHOW.

    When residents in the neighborhood of Crystal Brook rose at daybreak on Wednesday—the day of the local show— the sky was bscured by leaden-hued ...

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  13. SHEARING IN THE SOUTH.

    Shearing commences at the Lake stations on Thursday. The clip promises to be quite up to the usual standard, the sheep being in very good condition. It is quite ...

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  14. FOOTBALL.

    The following are the teams in the football match to be played on the Jubilee Oval on Saturday afternoon between members of the Irish and Scottish Rifle Companies:—Irish team—Messrs. ...

    Article : 260 words
  15. TRAINING NOTES.

    A dense fog hung over the course on Thursday, and it was close upon 8 o'clock before the distance posts could be seen. Jack and Respond put in a strong round. ...

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  16. RIVERTON.

    August 20.—On Friday an accident happened to a boy, aged about 10 years, named Hening, who is residing with his uncle, Mr. Adolph Marschall, at Giles' Corner. He ...

    Article : 430 words
  17. A GALE ON THE LAKES.

    Yesterday witnessed one of the biggest blows seen here for many a mouth. The water at the jetty was blown back until all the steamers moored there rested on the ...

    Article : 140 words
  18. FOUND DEAD.

    Information was brought in this afternoon that a man was lying dead some distance from the township, He was unknown to those who discovered him. His body ...

    Article : 57 words
  19. CRICKET.

    The annual social and dance in connection with the Noarlunga Cricket Club was held on Tuesday evening, September 2. There was a good attendance. The secretary reported that they had been ...

    Article : 207 words
  20. BORDERTOWN.

    September 2.—The holiday was generally observed on Monday. An eyent of interest was the firing of the triangular rifle match, the competitors against the local ...

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  21. BOOLEROO CENTRE.

    September 2.—The recreation grounds presented a busy appearance on Monday, when the annual sports attracted a large throng of people. The excellent programme ...

    Article : 198 words
  22. CYCLING.

    The following handicaps have been issued by Mr. W. H. Dyer for cycle races to be held at Port Pirie on the 13th inst.- Maidens, one mile.—F. A. Meadows, Dinning, ...

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  23. PORT ELLIOT.

    September 3.—An entertainment in aid of the Port Elliot Congregational Church Choir was held in the Institute Hall on Monday evening. The hall waa nicely ...

    Article : 130 words
  24. ADELAIDE ROWING CLUB.

    At the South Australian Hotel on Thursday evening the annual meeting of the South Austnlian Rowing Association was held, under the presidency of Mr. H. R. ...

    Article : 224 words
  25. COCKBURN.

    September 1.—Visiting day in connection with the Cockburn school was held on Friday. An exhibition of scholars' work was held in the local institute. The chairman ...

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  26. S.A.J.C. SPRING MEETING.

    The following are the final acceptances for the last day's racing of the S.A.J.C. Spring meeting, to be held at Morphettville to-morrow:— ...

    Article : 270 words
  27. PORT VICTOR.

    September 4.—On Wednesday at noon the signal was hoisted at the signal-station on Granite Island,calling out the lifeboat crew, who, on being assembled, put to sea in the ...

    Article : 85 words
  28. CHAIN OF PONDS.

    September 2.—Arbor Day was celebrated here on Friday, when a number of trees were planted in the Millbrook public school ground, and the Sunning Hill and Chain of ...

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  29. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The annual military social dance in connection with Redhill D.R. Club was held on Monday evening, September I, and was a great success. The hall was tastefully decorated with flags, pot ...

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  30. HAMLEY BRIDGE.

    September 2.—As Hamley Bridge is the terminus of Uie narrow gauge railway, the railway officials and staff have been kept extremely busy, owing to the contingent of ...

    Article : 99 words
  31. PORT AUGUSTA.

    September 2.—Messrs. Frank Derschow and Paul Bohlke, who are on a walking tour round the world, arrived here yesterday. They intend giving a lecture on ...

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  32. HAWKER.

    September 3.—After several very promising days the weather has again cleared without any very useful ruins, a few points only having been recorded in the township. ...

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  33. VICTORIAN SPORTING.

    Fusilette was scratched to-day for the Heatherlic Handicap and Warriston Welter, and Lamond for the Champion Steeplechase, to be run at Caulfield on Saturday. ...

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  34. THE FOOTBALL DISPUTE.

    Sir—To my great surprise, I see the association have disqualified the Port Adelaides for the season. It is a rash and unjustifiable decision. I think, as others do, that the Ports were decidedly in the ...

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  35. STRATHALBYN

    September 2.—A large number of visitors came here on Monday, and the holiday was thoroughly successful. Interest was principally centred in the sports held by the ...

    Article : 137 words
  36. THE RAINFALL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 239 words
  37. PORT PIRIE RACES.

    The following arc the handicaps for Handicap Distance Trot, to be run at the North-Western Jockey Club meeting on September 17:- Distance Trot Handicap.—lack, 250 yards in ...

    Article : 72 words
  38. KADINA.

    September 3.—The local Mount Kembla Distressed Fund is steadily growing. A concert was held in the Town Hall, and realised nearly £20. It was one of the best ...

    Article : 270 words
  39. A.J.C. SPRING MEETING.

    The final gallops for the big events ot the A.J.C. Spring meeting were done this morning, and, as was anticipated, the Randwick course was liberally attended by ...

    Article : 1,640 words
  40. Advertising

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  41. MOUNT GAMBIER HUNT CLUB.

    Tho Mount Gambier hounds threw off this afternoon at Mr. Collins' residence, Suttontown, and went over the usual course. The hunting field contained all the horses nominated for the Hunt ...

    Article : 131 words
  42. TEROWIE.

    September 3.—The annual meeting in connection with the Samaritan Fund was held in the institute on Wednesday, evening. The Rev. A. H. Carne (secretary) ...

    Article : 106 words
  43. SOUTH AFRICAN GRAVES FUND.

    The following additional amounts have been received by the committee:—J.P., 2/; collected by W. H. Ifould, 10/; from secretary institute, Glen Osmond, 11/6;seceretary institute. Greenock, 9/6; ...

    Article : 64 words
  44. Advertising

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  45. BILLIARDS.

    Mr. F. Weiss (the champion billiard player of Australia), who is at present in Adelaide, began a match at Albers' Billiard Hall, Freeman-street, on Thursday evening. There was a fair ...

    Article : 127 words
  46. TOWITTA.

    September 1.—Feed is very scarce here, and cocky chaff is in great demand. Mr. Gosden has already sold over 2,000 bags. The Valley of the Rhone in Switzerland is ...

    Article : 45 words
  47. Advertising

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