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  2. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    On Sunday afternoon, at the corner of Hackney-road and North-terrace, Mr. Albert Tovey and his wife met with an accident. Mr. Tovey was driving a light ...

    Article : 93 words
  3. THE SPRING SHOW.

    It was with great [?] and amidst, the thunderous applause of a vast multitude that the curtain was rung down on the final scene of the Spring show on Saturday ...

    Article : 2,355 words
  4. TASMANIA AND FEDERATION.

    Notice has been given in the Tasmanian Parliament of a motion to separate Tasmania from the Commonwealth, whilst retaining inter-State free-trade. With the ...

    Article : 528 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    An overflowing audience at the Theatre Royal on Saturday evening witnessed the performance by the Royal Comi[?] Opera Company of Reginald de [?]oven's romantic ...

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  6. A.J.C. SPRING MEETING.

    The A.J.C. Spring meeting at Randwick on Saturday was seen out by a large crowd of spectators and again the weather was favorable. Lord Tennyson (the Acting ...

    Article : 2,555 words
  7. OAKLANDS HUNT CLUB MEETING.

    The Oaklands Hunt Club held a meeting at Moonee Valley on Saturday under favorable conditions, the weather being pleasantly fine, and the attendance large and though five of the races ...

    Article : 284 words
  8. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN.

    Lady Way has consented to preside at the inaugural meeting of the National Council of Women on September 24. Several societies have appointed delegates, and others ...

    Article : 48 words
  9. MINISTERING CHILDREN'S LEAGUE.

    A successful fair in aid of the Ministering Children's League was held at Bishop's Court on Saturday afternoon. The pretty grounds were artistically decorated for the ...

    Article : 319 words
  10. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY.

    The chief of the Caledonian Society (Mr. George Fowler Stewart) look advantage of the opportunity which show week afforded to entertain the members of his council and ...

    Article : 168 words
  11. WRESTLING, BOXING, AND MYSTICISM.

    With much circling around, and with wary advances and equally wary retreats, lightning feints and slippery evasions, two brawny sons of Afghanistan struggled for ...

    Article : 381 words
  12. NEW P. & O. STEAMERS.

    With regard to the cabled announcement that the P. & O. Company have just placed orders for three new cargo-carriers of over 10,000 tons each, "Lloyd's Shipping Gazette" ...

    Article : 115 words
  13. THE TURF.

    Mr. Mooney has sold his pony The Toff to Mr. Saint, of Balaklava. Mr. R. E. Howie has added two horses to his string, one being a grey gelding by ...

    Article : 528 words
  14. STUDENTS AT THE SHOW.

    On Thursday afternoon a party of about 40 Way College students, under the charge of Mr. F. W. Wheatley and Mr. G. G. Wallace, visited the show. The fine ...

    Article : 65 words
  15. FAIR AT WOODVILLE.

    A fair in connection with St. Margaret's Church, Woodville, was held in the local institute on Saturday. Mrs. H. R. Dixson declared the fair open hi the presence of a ...

    Article : 135 words
  16. A SUBURBAN CAROUSE.

    A paragraph appeared in "The Advertiser" on September 8 concerning the excitement created in the usually peaceful suburb of Stepney by a ...

    Article : 384 words
  17. TASMANIA.

    Three returned troopers from South Africa by the Athenic failed to obtain passages by the Tambo for Sydney, and were forced to seek lodgings at the police-station ...

    Article : 53 words
  18. HORSES IN ACTION.

    Waggonette horse, 15[?] hands or over, shown in a waggonette, J. Hill & Co.'s Count; W. Ackland's Robin. Best pair light trolly horers and trolly, Adelaide Chemical Works Co.'s Silver and Major; ...

    Article : 400 words
  19. THE ADELAIDE HOUNDS.

    Mr. A. Rutter Clarke invited members to breakfast at his residence before the throw-off on Saturday morning. After a merry hour the master laid his hounds on ...

    Article : 146 words
  20. THE BONE AND THE SHADOW.

    Senator Keating recently received a letter from a friend in South Africa containing information which people who are thinking of dropping the Australian ...

    Article : 442 words
  21. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH FAIR.

    For the purpose of raising £50 towards the current expenses of Hindmarsh-square Congregational Church, a fair and sale of work were held on Saturday afternoon at ...

    Article : 562 words
  22. BILLIARDS.

    An unusually interesting billiard match of 2,000 up will be started to-morrow evening at Albers's billiard hail in Freeman-street. Fred Weiss (the champion of ...

    Article : 112 words
  23. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    "The Executioner's Daughter" gave place at the Tivoli Theatre on Saturday evening to a drama by Frank Harvey, bearing the somewhat enigmatical title, "Shall We ...

    Article : 1,095 words
  24. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The carpentry exhibit of Messrs. Berry, Hodgson, & Co., of Port Adelaide, attracted a lot of attention. Their wheel-wrighting and coach-building materials included ...

    Article : 260 words
  25. CRICKET.

    West Torrens [?]. v. Fitzroy.—Fitzroy—G. A. Ireland c. Collins b. Churcher, 2[?]; C. Chamberlain, b. A. Chittleborough, [?]; F. Cowan, c. Goodall, b. Collins, 25; P. Kneebone, c. Jarvis, b. Collins, 42; ...

    Article : 1,026 words
  26. AN INTELLIGENT TELEGRAPHIST.

    A short time ago a young British naval officer serving in the West Indies was stricken with illness and ordered home. Wishing to appraise his parents of the fact, ...

    Article : 64 words
  27. ARTS AND INDUSTRIAL COMPETITIONS.

    An exhibition of work in connection with the arts and industrial competitions will be beld at the Victoria Hall from October 14 to 17 inclusive. The competitions comprise ...

    Article : 122 words
  28. LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION.

    A committee meeting of the Licensed Victuallers' Association was held in Brookman's Building on Friday. Mr. T. Pickup (president) occupied the chair. A correspondent wrote from Iron Knob ...

    Article : 348 words
  29. SYDNEY SPORTING.

    Mr. R. Wootton wins the largest sum in stakes at the A.J.C. meeting, and will receive a cheque for £2,865, as the result of his successes with Queen of Sheba, ...

    Article : 223 words
  30. THE CHILDREN'S PENCE.

    Eight little people gave a concert at the residence of Mr. Bennetts, Moonta Mines, on Thursday evening (says the local paper) in aid of the Mount Kembla fund, and ...

    Article : 85 words
  31. THE "CORONATION MARCH."

    A meeting of bandmasters and secretaries was held at Correll's Music Rooms, Flinders-street, on Saturday evening, when there was a good attendance. Mr. W. J. Thorne occupied the chair. Mr. ...

    Article : 469 words
  32. SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE.

    [?]enator Platt, of Connecticut, was building a house. He had occasion to hire a carpenter, who was a plain, unvarnished son of New England. "You know all about ...

    Article : 87 words
  33. Advertising

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  34. LAWN TENNIS.

    The first round of the premiership matches in connection with the South Australian Lawn Tennis Association was entered upon on Saturday afternoon. The results are as follows:— ...

    Article : 491 words
  35. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    A match between the Victor Harbor and Tarrawatta Smallbore Rifle Clubs took place on September 6, each team firing on its own range. The distances, 200, 100, and 50 yards; 10 shots and two ...

    Article : 393 words
  36. A MORAL COMMITTEE.

    "Huckleberry Finn," Mark Twain's story tof boy life on the Mississippi Rivar, has been excluded from the Denver (Colorado) public library on the ground that it is ...

    Article : 34 words
  37. CABLE NOTICE.

    The following notice was posted in the General Post-Office on Saturday:—"Shanghai advises—Shanghai-Che[?]oo cable restored." ...

    Article : 214 words
  38. Advertising

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