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  5. MOUNT BARKER AGRICULTURAL BUREAU.

    A meeting of the was held, in the institute at 8 clocl on Thursday evening, August 29. Those present were Messrs. H. N. Bell (chair) ...

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  6. RAN AWAY FROM EDEN PARK HOME.

    On Wednesday morning at 10 clock several boys from the Eden Park Home were stripping wattles in Williams' paddock in charge of Ensign Townsend when ...

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  7. CLEARING SALE.

    Elder, Smith &. Co., Ltd., report having conducted a clearing sale at J. Craig's, near Mount Barker, last Friday. There was a splendid attendance of buyers from the ...

    Article : 117 words
  8. OBITUARY.

    By the death of Mies Sarah Elizabeth Gray at Blakiston Hall last Saturday the only direct descendant of the late Mr. Benjamin Gray has been taken away. ...

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  9. MURRAY BRIDGE INSTITUTE.

    At the last meeting of the Murray Bridge Institute a financial statement was presented by the hon. treasurer, Mr. A. V. Pugh, showing that for the six ...

    Article : 80 words
  10. PROPOSED RAILWAY TO VICTOR HABBOUR.

    At a special meeting of ratepayers held under the auspices of the Murray Bridge Progress Association on Wednesday evening last the proposed ...

    Article : 136 words
  11. MOUNT BARKER MABKET.

    Bennett A fisher report having held their usual weekly market on Tuesday last, September 10, when a fine yarding of pigs arrived for sale. The 110 offered were sold, ...

    Article : 114 words
  12. THE NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH.

    Subscriptions still continue to come in towards the cost of the new Catholic Church at Mount Barker, and the Rev. Father Landy is extremely stratified at the ...

    Article : 118 words
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  14. RAINFALL AND RESERVOIR.

    Residents viewed with alarm the low state of the Mount Barker Reservoir up tiil a few days ago. but the heavy rains that have fallen saturated the ground in ...

    Article : 140 words
  15. PERSONAL.

    Mr. and Mrs. Botten, of Glenelg. are spending a fortnight at the Mount Barker Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, of Adelaide, are ...

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  16. THUNDERRBOLT AT BRIDGEWATER.

    On Thursday September 5, at about 6.35 p.m., a sensation was caused near briduewater during a storm A thunderbolt struck the corner of ad welling owned ...

    Article : 150 words
  17. LAW COURTS. MAGISTRATES.

    (Before Messrs. F. T. [?] and Jas. Downing. Mount Barker, September 7. H. K. [?] of Handorf was ...

    Article : 330 words
  18. "THE LAND WE LIVE IN."

    The above is the title or a lecture to be given by Mr. V. H. Hyatt (Director of the Tourist Bureau in South Australia) in the Institute, Mount Barker, on ...

    Article : 127 words
  19. MOUNT BARKER FLORICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    A meeting of members of the Mount Barker Florticulttiral Society was held in the institute on Wednesday evening there were present Messrs. J. F. Moore (chair), S. ...

    Article : 166 words
  20. SOUTH AFRICAN WATTLE BARK

    We notice in The Australian Leather Journal that the Acting Collector of Customs at Adelaide has stated that the quantity of wattle bark imported from ...

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  21. SOCIAL ITEMS. MISS D. RAISON ENTERTAINED.

    On Monday evening at the Methodist Lecture Hall the Sunday-School and the Young Ladies' Bible Class very fittingly entertained Miss Daisy Raison and ...

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  22. GENERAL NEWS. PLEASURE RESORT AT AMBLESIDE.

    The Commissioner of Public Works told Mr. McDonald M.P., that, following on the request of a deputation from Hahndorf and neighbourhood, the ...

    Article : 64 words
  23. AMUSEMENTS.

    The concert held at Monteith in aid of the Murray Bridge Methodist Church proved a great success, notwithstanding the inclement weather. Mrs. It. Rice played the overture ...

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  24. HILLS SUMMER TRAINS.

    The Commissioner of Public Works, in reply to Mr. McDonald, in Parliament last Thursday, said the Railways Commissioner reported that the extra ...

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  25. CADET DISCIPLINE.

    Even those most strongly opposed to the military training of boys will admit that in some cases, particularly among the older cadets, sterner discipline is needed. ...

    Article : 301 words
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  27. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

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  28. MURRAY BRIDGE.

    Before Messrs. J. G. Forster and C. H. Watts in the Murray Bridge Police Court on Wednesday morning last Carl Ritter was charged on the information ...

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  29. AGRICULTURAL BUREAU CONFERENCE AT MEADOWS.

    The annual conference of the Hills branches of the Agricultural Bureau is to be held at Meadows South on Monday, October 21, commencing at 10.30 am. ...

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  30. DOWNING—SANDERCOCK.

    Orange blossom was in evidence in Naime on September 4. when Miss Myrtle Samdercock, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. ...

    Article : 237 words
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  32. THE HILLS RAILWAY.

    In the House of Assembly Tuesday the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. R. Butler) told Mr. Yaughan that the Railways Commissioner reported:—"The ...

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  33. MARKET REPORTS.

    Elder Smith & Co., report having held their monthly market at the above centre on September 9. There was a fair yarding of stock but little enquiry for store sheep ...

    Article : 146 words
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  35. ADELAIDE SHOW SUCCESSES.

    The Mount Barker and district poultry fanciers did remarkably well at the Spring Show in Adelaide as the following list of successes will showLangshan ...

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  36. A WORKING BEE.

    True to Ins promise to the Mount Barker District Council last week, Cr. Monks had the working bee he had organised hard at work on Monday between ...

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  37. NAIRNE MARKET.

    Elder, Smith & Co., Ltd., report having held their usual sale at Nairne on Tuesday, September 3. A splendid lot of prime sheep were yarded and with a good attendance of ...

    Article : 146 words
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