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  5. RELIGIOUS NEWS. DUNN MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH.

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  6. MAILBOATS AT OUTER HARBOR.

    The Premier, in reply to Mr. McDonald, in the Assembly on Wednesday, stated that in reply to his communication the representatives of the P. & O. and Orient ...

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  7. MT. BARKER METHODIST CIRCUIT.

    The quarterly meeting of the Mount Barker Methodist Circuit was held at the residence of Mr. Cornelius, Mount Barker, on Wednesday of lost week. ...

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  8. AN AUSTBALIAN AMONG THE JAPS.

    Mr. James Millar, a former resident of Mount barker, who with his son is doing the grand tour, writes to his friends in Horsham, under date May 30—"We have ...

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  9. TOTALIZATOR AND TAXATION.

    In the Assembly on Tuesday Mr. Smeaton asked:—"1. What was the amount received in taxation on sums passing through the totalizaior in ...

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  10. PORT PRIE RAILWAY TRAFIC.

    For six months ended June 30 the goods received inwards amounted to 338,312 tons and outwards to 124471 tons, making a total handled at Port Pirie of £ 402.783 tons. ...

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  11. SUBSIDIES TO AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES.

    In the House of Assembly ol the 4th inst. the Premier told Mr. Homburg that all agricultural and horticultural societies which distributed prize-money ...

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  12. CALLINGTON.

    Captain Ingles, of the Salvation Army. Mount Barker, held an open-air meeting at Callington on the 3rd inst. There was a moderate attendance. ...

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  13. MEADOWS.

    On Friday evening Messrs. Millar and Cnttriss (students of Hope Lodge) terminated a 10-weeks' mission in connection with thi Meadows Methodist Circuit. The ...

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  14. BURSARIES FOR MUSIC.

    In connection with the new scheme of public examinations in music to he brought into operation by the Universities of Adelaide and Melbourne in ...

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  15. Family Notices

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  16. SMART YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN

    required to do special quick study to prepare for good appointments to be filled by me. We are in a position to guarantee appointments, a ...

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  17. AMENDING THE LIQUOR TRADE RESTRICTIONS.

    On Wednesday Mr. Smeaton obtained leave to introduce into the House of Assembly a Bili to amend the Licensed Victuallers Acts. The main provisions ...

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  18. OBITUARY.

    Mrs. Andrew M. Rankine. fate of [?]l Plains, died at Dinyarrak. Vic.. on Sunday, aged 76. Mr. Jacob Golding, who at one time ...

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  19. GENERAL NEWS. RAILWAY REVENUE.

    The railway earnings in South Australia for the week ended July 6 amounted to £33,155, as against £24,080 for the corresponding period ...

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  20. MANN[?]M SCHOOL RESIDENCE.

    In reply to a question by Mr. Jamieson, the Premier slates that the attention of the Minister of Education has been called to the condition of the ...

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  21. PERSONAL.

    On Mondayy Mrs. Jane Stockham, one of the oldest colonists in the state, celebrated the 99th anniversary of her birthday. She was born at ...

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  22. MONKS & PEAKES REPORT.

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  23. LOBETHAL MANUFACTORIES.

    Last week the wool-classing students, accompanied by their instructor (Mr. Matthews). of the Roseworthy College, paid a visit to Lobetlial. On arrival, ...

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  24. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.

    It is almost certain that before the end of the year a system of wireless telegraphy will he dopted, and possibly installed in Australia, by the ...

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  25. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS CASES.

    The Vice-President of the Executive Council in the House of Representatives on Wednesday told Mr. Cuthrie that a claim had been already made ...

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  26. ELDER. SMITH. & CO.'S REPORT.

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  27. MAN FOUND DEAD.

    M.C. Ahearh. of Blanehetown. informed the Commissioner of Police on Saturday that the dead body of an aged man named Burns had been found ...

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  28. IRRIGATION AT MURRAY BRIDGE.

    In Executive Council on Wednesday morning a proclamation was issued declaring certain reclaimed lands in the Hundred of Mobilong to be the Murray ...

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  29. WINTRY WEATHER.

    The climatic conditions at Mount Barker this week have been the wildest and most wintry experienced locally this year. The change set in on ...

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  30. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

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  31. MURRAY BRIDGE MARKET.

    Messrs. Matthews & Co. held their monthly sale of live stock at Murray Bridge on Monday. There was a good yarding, and stock generally realized ...

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  33. IS MARS INHABITED?

    Mr. Pereival Lowell, the American astronomer, reports that the expedition which he led to the Andes has obtained in the clear atmosphere at the ...

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  34. MARKET REPORTS. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT.

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  35. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S IMMIGRATION SCHEME.

    Practical proposals entailing an expenditure of £50,000, perhaps £100.000, to encourage immigration from Great Britain to Australia will, Federal ...

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  36. [?]ATING DRY BIBLE.

    At the meeting of the Advisory Board of Agriculture in Adelaide on Wednesday it was stated that Mr. C. J. Valentine (ex-Chief inspector ol ...

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  37. MOUNT BARKER INSTITUTE.

    The monthly meeting of the committee of the Mount Barker Institute was held on Friday evening. Mr. L. von Doussa, J.P., the president, being in the chair. It was ...

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  40. MURRAY WATERS AGREEMENT.

    The Premier (Hon. T. Price) has received a communication from the town clerk of the Borough of Euehuca, stating that at the last meeting of the ...

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  42. ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK REPORT.

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  43. MT. BARKER LITERARY SOCIETY.

    There was a good attendance at the fortnightly, meeting of the Mount Barker Literary Society, held at the institute on Wednesday night. The Rev. ...

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  44. GIANT POST CARDS.

    In the Commonwealth the objective of the postal department is to get as much as possible out of the customer for as little as possible given in ...

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