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  6. DISTRICT COUNCILS. MANNUM.

    The monthly meeting of the Mannum District Council was as held on Saturday, September 1, when there were present Crs. Shearer (chairman), Mann, Kay, S[?]edel, Hein, Loechel, Bolto, ...

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  7. ROSENTHAL.

    Native currants are plentiful here this year, and recently a party of local residents held a picking picnic at Currant Hills. Luncheon was provided by Misses Bertha Koch, Tilly ...

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  8. AUSTRALIA DAY. ENTHUSIASM AT SUMMERFELDT.

    Australia Day at Summerfeldt on August 28. was an overwhelming success. The weather was not good, but the people rolled up most enthusiastically, and the fine program, which ...

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  9. MYPOLONGA.

    On Saturday, September 1, the Mypolonga Methodist Sunday School held its annual picnic. There was a large gathering, and games and sports were indulged in by the children ...

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  10. SHOW CATALOGUE.

    Intending exhibitors at the Mannum Agricultural Society's Show who hare not secured a prize list can obtain one by calling at the Mannum Printing Office. ...

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  11. WATER SCHEME FOR BOWHILL DISTRICT.

    The Treasurer, in the House on Tuesday, stated that it was not intended to proceed with the proposed water schemes in the Hundreds of Bowhill. Ettrick, Hooper, and Burdett, owing ...

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  12. GENERAL NEWS. THE MANNUM SHOW.

    A largely attended meeting of the Mannum Agricultural Society was held last night, September 6, in the Mannum Institute. A full report of the proceedings will appear in ...

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  13. GRIFFIN'S PICTURES.

    Mr. G. H. Griffin will present at Mannum to-night a program of more than ordinary merit. It will include the sensational picture. "Where Are My Children." besides many other ...

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  14. POMPOOTA.

    The cricket season was opened last week at Pompoota with a match married v. single. The wicket which had not been prepared was all in the bowlers' favour, and the single ...

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  15. THE DOCK.

    The Mannum Dock is at a standstill at present owing to the high water. A barge that was taken there for repairs is now under water, and until this falls again work cannot ...

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  16. A REMINDER.

    Owing to casual advertisements and items of interest coming in late, we wish to remind our clients that to ensure publication in the current issue it is essential for as to receive items not ...

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  17. KAROONDA.

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  18. THE RIVER STILL RISING.

    The Murray continues to rise, and the water has now reached Water Lane, a road leading to Port Mannum. One or two residents at Port Mannum have had their bouses surrounded, and ...

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  19. HORSE IN A CELLAR.

    On Saturday evening last a crash was board from the rear of Mr. W. Trewartha's shop. On going to the spot the owner found that one of his horses had walked on to the roof, which ...

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  20. RAILWAY TO MANNUM.

    The Minister for Railways stated in the House on Tuesday that the Government Intended to refer the question of railway communication from Mannum, and the extension from Truro ...

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  21. CONIURING.

    Two young residents of this district have turned their minds to conjuring, and it is surmised that in time they will be able to give an entertainment exceeding In merit anye ...

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  22. EXTENSION OF MANNUM WATER SCHEME.

    The Commissioner of Public Worts has Intimated that it will be impossible to brine the water along the Palmer road unless the tanks at Mannum are built higher, or new onesn ...

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  23. INFECTIOUS DISEASES.

    At the last Local Board of Health meeting several pamphlets were read by the secretary dealing with Infectious diseases, such as diphtheria. typhoid fever, etc. The Board decided ...

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  24. SUBSCRIBERS TO THE "COURIER."

    The "Courier" is a necessity, and without one in your home yon cannot possibly keep in touch with the doings of your district. People still continue to add their names to our already ...

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  25. SOUTH RHINE.

    August 18. Present—All. Angaston District Council asked that a representative meet their overseer at the ford on the boundary road near Mrs. W. A. Heggie's with a view to ...

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  26. ELECTRIC LIGHT.

    Romp time ago the installation of electric light for Mannum was discussed by the Mannum District Council. At Saturday's meeting of the Council the matter again cropped up. ...

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  27. ADVANCE MANNUM.

    The advances made by small towns represents in the approbate an advance for Australia. The offices of Captain J. G. A[?]old are being extended to a considerable extent to cope ...

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  28. AUSTRALIA DAY AT MANNUM.

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  29. HILDESHEIN.

    A euchre Tournament In aid of Patriotic Funds was held at Hildesbelm on August 29. In Mr. J. Buckley's tastefully decorated barn. Although the weather was boisterous, there was ...

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  30. MENINGIE,

    Present—All except Crs. Sabey and McFarlane. Petitioners' request to have water available tor stock on Tailem Bend park lands ...

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  31. A SOLDIER HONOURED.

    The many friends of Mr. H. E. Verran. late teacher of the Pompoota School, met at the school house, Mannum. on Friday evening last to bid him farewell. Mr. Verran has again ...

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  32. THF SS MURRUNDI.

    Captain Randell. who has been trading on the river for many years. is a most enterprising man. Recently, with the Idea of giving the travelling public as much comfort as possible, ...

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  34. TAILEM BEND.

    A pasty supper and conceit in connection with the Tailem Bend Methodist Church was held in the institute on Saturday evening, September 1. The Rev. J. Cowley, minister in ...

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  35. PERSONAL.

    The Rev. A. Woolford, pastor of the Swan Reach Congregational Church, has had a breakdown in health, and is at present in hospital. ...

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  36. FARM MACHINERY AND THE IRON SHORTAGE.

    Messrs. David Shearer & Co. have written as follows to the city press:—In the Assembly on August 20 Mr. Robinson referred to the scarcity of iron and the "periloussi ...

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  38. AUSTRALIAN BATTLEPLANES.

    The following letter from Lord Derby (British Secretary of State for War), under date June 19, 1917, to Mr. C. A. Baker, honorary organizer of the "Australian Air Squadrons ...

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