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  2. City Scratchings

    During the last few days the political barometer has been stationary. The calm has been placid and pleasant, but whether or not a storm is ...

    Article : 2,100 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 835 words
  4. Children's Column

    Do right whae'er the issue be; Leave the result to Him, Who with all-wisdom's eyes can see Where mortal sight is dim. ...

    Article : 258 words

    Life is real, life is earnest, And the grave is not [?]ts[?]al; Dust thou art, to dust returnest, Was not spoken of the soul. ...

    Article : 595 words

    A rifle match was fired on the Port Wakefield Rifle Club ranges on July 19 between Kulpara and Port Wakefield Clubs. The visitors were received by ...

    Article : 212 words
  7. Burra District Letters

    On Thursday night, 20th inst., a horse, belonging to Mr S McNamara, while trying to cross the railway crossiang near Hanson, was knocked into the culvert by the Broken ...

    Article : 57 words
  8. Burra Burra

    A social and dance held at StJoseph's school-room on Wednesday evening last week, was fairly well patronised. The proceeds were in aid ...

    Article : 1,804 words

    Arbor Day was celebrated at the local school on July 27, when quite a large number of parents and friends assembled. Mr Heinrich delivered an address on ...

    Article : 129 words

    A letter has been received from Sheffield, England, in which the writer, a relative of a well-known resident of Kooringa, among other things, comments on the ...

    Article : 307 words

    A lady visitor once said that she knew somebody who had given £5 for a kiss. Oh! that is nothing," said another. "My husband gave £20 for a Henry VIII spoon." ...

    Article : 35 words
  12. Bobby's Geography Lesson.

    Bob was having his first lesson in geograpby. "What is that? said his teacher pointing to a spot on the map. "That" replied Bobby, "That, sir, is a dirtyfinger." ...

    Article : 49 words

    At about 2 o'clock on Saturday last a few small flakes of snow made their appearance, but there was not sufficient to remain on the ground long after falling. The ...

    Article : 125 words
  14. Short and Sh[?]

    A clever little gentleman was one day standing with hal[?]a dozen tall men, when one of them turned to him and said that he had not seen him before, he was so very ...

    Article : 73 words
  15. How to Fool Anyone

    In a large show there were a lot of implements. There were two people standing by a cultivator, and a gentleman and two ladies a little way off. One of the ...

    Article : 156 words

    Sir—I read the letter signed "Telephone" in your last week's "Herald" dealing with the postal facilities at this place, and while I was glad to notice the matter ...

    Article : 228 words
  17. Funniest of all Fun.

    "George, what does c-a-t spell?" "Don't know, sir." "What does your mother keep to catch mice?" "Trap, sir." "No no; what animal is fond of milk?" "A baby ...

    Article : 95 words
  18. Can You Tell?

    "I want to ask you one more question," said little Frank, as he was being put to bed. "Well," said the tired mamma. "When holes come in stockings, what ...

    Article : 63 words
  19. Advertising

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    Advertising : 140 words

    Papers to contain name, age, class, and school of competitor, and to reach "Children's Friend," Herald Office, Kapunda, on or before August ...

    Article : 124 words

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