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  2. THE COUNTRY.

    A meeting of the local branch of the Portland Railway League was held this afternoon in the institute. The president (Mr. F. Davison) occupied the chair, and ...

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  3. LONDON PERSONAL GOSSIP

    The Agents-General were certainly very badly treated at the Coronation. They and the ladies of their party were allotted quite back seats in the gallery in the south ...

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  4. TEACHERS' UNION.

    The seventh annual conference of the South Australian Public Teachers' Union was opened at the Trades Hall on Monday morning by the president (Mr. A. H. ...

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  5. KADINA.

    September 20.—The Broken Hill train arrived last night, nearly three hours late. The engine broke down at Bute, and another had to be sent out to bring the train ...

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  6. KAPUNDA.

    September 22.—Recently the old Kapunda Bible Christian Church was purchased by, the Salem tent of Rechabites. and is to be renovated and fitted up for lodge purposes. ...

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  7. CYCLING AT QUORN.

    The final event in connection with the long- distance races, run by the Quorn Cycling Club for a gold medal, took place on the oval yesterday. There ...

    Article : 174 words
  8. MUNDOORA.

    September 18.—The monthly meeting of the local branch of the Agricultural Bureau was held this evening, and reports concerning the annual congress were given by the ...

    Article : 36 words
  9. NANTAWARRA.

    September 22.—Mr. S. Dall, who accidentally shot himself while out rabbit-shooting, is progressing favorably at the Adelaide Hospital. The bullet has been ...

    Article : 55 words
  10. IMPORTANT TO HAWKERS.

    A case of some interest to hawkers and pedlars was brought before Mr. W. Clank and Dr. Purves to-day, when George Beschari, a pedlar, appeared on a charge of ...

    Article : 210 words
  11. PORT AUGUSTA.

    September 19.—The monthly meeting of the Hospital Board was held at the courthouse on September 17. There were present Messrs. Hunter (chairman), Pryor, ...

    Article : 204 words
  12. DEATH OF A NONAGENARIAN.

    Mrs. Nancy Moulds, relict of Mr. Christopher Moulds, died at her son's residence, "Auldwood," Norton's Summit, on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Moulds was a resident of ...

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  13. PORT PIRIE.

    September 21.—Mr. W. J. Kingsmill and Mr. A. Poyntz, of the Pastoral Board, returned to Port Pirie on Sunday morning from a visit to the Iron Knob. ...

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  14. TRADE PICNIC.

    On Saturday last Messrs. Griff[?]s [?]r[?]s.' Adelaide employes held their annual pienic at Clarendon, and spent a most enjoyable day. Mrs. O'Connor's recreation grounds were reached about ...

    Article : 260 words
  15. ADELAIDE HOSPITAL.

    A meeting of the board of management of the Adelaide Hospital was held on Monday afternoon, when there were present Mr. C. Tucker (chairman). Mesdames Edwards. Nicholls, and Cullen, ...

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  16. STIRLING WEST.

    September 20.—The Stirling Cricket Club's annual social was held on Friday evening in the Town Hall. The programme Master ...

    Article : 39 words
  17. STOCKWELL.

    September 20.—On Wednesday last J. Fallant and R. Jungfer ran from here to Truro (about five miles) for a wager of £5. The former won, covering the distance in ...

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  18. SPRINGTON.

    September 20.—The Springton members of the Defence League held their annual social on Friday evening. Addresses were given by Messrs. R. Homburg, M.P., ...

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  19. UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURE.

    An able lecture on "Othello" was given at the University on Monday night by the Rev. John Reid, M.A. With penetrating insight the lecturer analysed the characters of the leading ...

    Article : 102 words
  20. TARCOOLA MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.

    There is a rumor that only one mail a week is to run in future owing to the bad track and the scarcity of feed. The mail leaving here on Tuesday mornings is really ...

    Article : 88 words
  21. TWO WELLS.

    September 22.—The Two Wells Amalgamated Agricultural and Horticultural Society will hold their annual show on Thursday, October 2. Notwithstanding the ...

    Article : 74 words
  22. GAWLER.

    September 20. — A farewell social was given at the institute last night by the Gawler Assistants' Association to Mr. C. H. Biles, who is shortly leaving for Mount ...

    Article : 247 words
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