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  2. District Councils

    Annual meeting held Saturday, July 31. Present—Crs. W. G. Hawkes, T. H Pearce, F. Schuppan, A. Ruediger, J. Dreyer, O. H. Symons, and E. O. ...

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  3. Country Letters

    A slight earthquake shock was felt here about 6.20 on Thursday evening last, and was quickly followed by two very sharp claps of ...

    Article : 751 words
  4. CURRENT TOPICS

    Buyers will have [?]ty of horse flesh to select from in October, when Messrs. Coles & Thomas will offer on account of Sidney Kidman, 2,100 ...

    Article : 136 words
  5. Kapunda Herald

    The no-confidence motion submitted in the State Parliament by Mr. Verran (the leader of the Labor Party), last week, has been the opportunity ...

    Article : 540 words
  6. ANGASTON.

    Snow fell early on Friday morning, and again during the day, but the fall was not heavy enough to white, the bround. Between 8 and 9 o'clock ...

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  7. General News

    Last week we announced that the "Herald" Illustrated Supplement would be issued to-day. After going to press on Thursday night with last ...

    Article : 134 words
  8. SUCCESS AT THE WENTWORTH SHOW.

    At the Wentworth Agricultural Show [?] last month, Mr. W. D. Croqier, of Moorna Station was successful in gaining awards in the ...

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  9. Dangerous Creeks in Tanunda District

    During the last week or two Tanunda has to some extent been isolated, through the continuous heavy rains causing Jacob's Creek, and the North ...

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  10. Fall of Snow at Kapunda.

    The fall of snow which was occurring in Kapunda as we went to press on Thursday evening of last week (July 29) culminated in a rare and ...

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  11. BRINKWORTH-MUNDOORA RAILWAY.

    In the House of Assembly on Tuesday the Commissioner of Public Works stated, in reply to a question that the report of the Railways ...

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  12. EDEN VALLEY.

    A gloom was cast over the district when the news was made known of the sudden death of Mr. S. Pinson (our local butcher). Mr. Pinson went ...

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  13. BOOBOROWIE.

    Saturday, July 31.—Present— Crs Kell (chairman), Beaven, Murray, Murphy, and Reynolds. Cr. Kell reelected chairman for ensuring year. ...

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  14. JULY RAINFALL.

    The rainfall registered at the Kapunda Post-office during July was 4 inches 21 points on 19 days. The month was exceptionally wet, and ...

    Article : 144 words
  15. NURIOOTPA.

    The annual general meeting of the subscribers to the Nuriootpa Institute was held last Wednesday. The secretary (Mr. J. Drinkwater) read the ...

    Article : 177 words
  16. STOCK MOVEMENTS.

    Crossed the border on July 6, 500 head of fat bullocks from Warinda station, consigned to Dalgety & Co., Adelaide. H. C. Turner in charge, ...

    Article : 136 words
  17. DRAUGHT MARES FOR TARLEE.

    Messrs. O'Sullivan Bros., of Tarlee, have added three fine brood mares to their already well-selected stud at Tarlee. The mares were purchased ...

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  18. HANSON.

    The weather still continues very wet Snow has fallen at intervals the heaviest fall being on Thursday last, when hail and snow fell for over an ...

    Article : 129 words
  19. LAMBING IN KAPUNDA DISTRICT.

    The lambing percentage for the Ka punda district is now available. It will average about 73½ per cent. Some of the highest figures were ...

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  20. SENIOR CADET CORPS.

    A meeting, called by Captain J. H. Sampson, of the Kapunda Rifle Club, was held at the Council Chamber, Kapunda, on Tuesday evening, for the ...

    Article : 104 words
  21. THE SEASON—REVTEW OF THE MONTH.

    The month of July will long be remembered as one of the coldest experienced for many years. The effect of the cold weather on the crops and ...

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  22. Fatal Accident at Freeling

    A very painful accident, with fatal results, befell the little three-year-old son (Victor) of Mr. Theo. Tra[?]ger, yesterday afternoon. He was in the ...

    Article : 99 words
  23. RIVERTON[?]

    Thanks to the Institute committee and others, Professor Henderson has again been induced to come here and deliver his trio of lectures on ...

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  24. THE ADELAIDE SANITARIUM.

    This sanitarium, which is situated at Nailsworth, near Adelaide, is a home for the treatment of all noninfectious, diseases by natural ...

    Article : 77 words
  25. BREEDING YOUR OWN COWS.

    No dairyman can buy such cows as he wants. The breeding and rear ing of he best cows is a skilled art, and an apprenticeship is required for ...

    Article : 345 words
  26. ANGASTON AGRICULTURAL BUREAU.

    The annual meeting of the Angaston branch of the Agricultural Bureau was held on Saturday evening, July 31, at the residence of Mr. R. Player, ...

    Article : 314 words
  27. KAPUNDA MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.

    The fortnightly meeting of the Kapunda Mutual Improvement Society[?] was held on Wednesday evening last in the Congregational school-room. There ...

    Article : 129 words
  28. A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY.

    Chamberlain's Pain Balm is just such a preparation as every family should be provided with for the numerous slight ailments and accidents ...

    Article : 83 words
  29. KAPUNDA PHOTOGRAPHIC CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the Kapunda Photographic Club was held on Tuesday evening, August 3. The president (Mr. B. R. Banyer) presided over a ...

    Article : 235 words
  30. BOWER.

    It is many years since we had such a wet winter as this year. The season opened very late, but since the beginning of May sufficient rain has ...

    Article : 321 words
  31. THE ART OF SELLING.

    "It makes you look small," says the saleswoman to the big woman who is trying on the hat. Sold. "It makes you look plump," she ...

    Article : 152 words
  32. KAPUNDA METHODIST GUILD.

    The fortnightly meeting of the above guild was held in the Methodist Lecture Hall on Tuesday evening, July 27. Rev. T. McNeil presided over a ...

    Article : 181 words
  33. CERTIFICATING SOUND STALLIONS.

    The much-discussed subject advocating a law to prohibit the use of unsound stations is again before the public, and seems likelyy as a ...

    Article : 221 words
  34. UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTURES.

    Professor Naylor delivered the first of his course of lectures on "Life in classic times in Rome and Greece" at the Kapunda Institute on Thursday ...

    Article : 61 words
  35. A DIAMOND JUBILEE.

    The diamond jubilee of the Kapunda Methodist Church will be celebrated on October 13 and 14, when a fair will be held. ...

    Article : 26 words
  36. Advertising

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