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  2. METROPOLITAN MEMORANDA.

    The sudden collapse of the Elder exploration expedition has saved the expenditure of a large amount of money. Already the cost, has run into five figures, although Mr. ...

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  3. THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. OUR WEEKLY NEWS-BUDGET.

    Mount Barker Chess Club showing signs of revival. Mount Barker Rifle Club members meet to-morrow evening. ...

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  4. MT. PLEASANT SHOW.

    The thirty-first, annual show of the Mount Pleasant Agricultural and Floricultural Society was held to-day and was a thorough success in every respect and ...

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  5. "SPIRES AND SPANS."

    At the promenade concert held in the Mount Barker Institute-hall on Monday evening in connection with the Presbyterian Church anniversary the Hon. Dr. Cockbura ...

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  6. CRICKET. MOUNT BARKER v. POINT MACLEAY.

    When the Mount Barker cricketers visited [?]ilang at Christmas-time they were badly beaten by the Point Macleay natives. The return match took place at Littlehampton on ...

    Article : 757 words
  7. PORT ELLIOT, MARCH 5.

    Present—All. Clerk to write to R. & B. Plummer and P. Kemp for amounts promised towards cutting star thistles, and also to R. Suuman, asking why he had not fulfilled his ...

    Article : 183 words
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  9. MINING.

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  10. TALUNGA, MARCH 14.

    Present—All but Cr. Hannaford, Cr. Morris reported having-arranged with Mr. W. Holden to build bridge in Betreat Valley. District Council of Tungkillo asked council ...

    Article : 243 words
  11. SPORTING.

    Adelaide football clubs are thus early holding their annual meetings. Now then, southerners, Mr. W. Gannon's norse Gatling, for which ...

    Article : 306 words
  12. NEWS IN BRIEF. BRITISH AND FOREIGN.

    Lord Hampden, a former Speaker of the Commons, is dead, aged 77. Louis IV., Grand Duke of Hesse, a son-inlaw of the Queen, is dead at the age of 54, ...

    Article : 85 words
  13. VICTORIA.

    Sir Arohibald Michie, the London Times representative in Melbourne, in an address to the Bankers' Institute has strongly advocated the coining of silver in Australia. ...

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  14. BLUMBERG v. MOUNT PLEASANT.

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  15. DISTRICT COUNCILS. BREMER, MARCH 5.

    Present—All except Cr. Bohnin, who sent apology. Clerk reported receipt of plane and specifications for sheet-piling at Finniss and having received following tenders:—Braid wood ...

    Article : 230 words
  16. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Right Reverend Dr. Messo Thomas, Anglican Bishop of Goulburn, died on Wednesday. Cardinal Moran, of Sydney, is mentioned ...

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  17. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Stanley bade farewell to Australia on Wednesday. March is the season of printers' wayzgoosee (wayzgeese?) ...

    Article : 510 words
  18. FOREST RANGE v. LOBETHAL.

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  19. MACCLESFIELD, MARCH 7.

    Present—Crs. I. F. Jackson, C. W. Edmonds,. and D. J. Gray. Clerk reported that no further grants had been paid to credit of council on account [?], but that inspector will ...

    Article : 141 words
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  21. MOBILONG, MARCH 5.

    Present—All. Mannum District Council asked whether this council would be Agreeable to pay half-cost of boundary road, hundred Burdett, proposed to be grubbed; clerk to ...

    Article : 140 words
  22. MILITIA.

    Private Jamison, of "D" Company, Third Regiment, has been promoted to the rank of corporal. A Correction.—Our correspondent who ...

    Article : 152 words
  23. Langhorn's Creek, March 11.

    The usually quiet-township of Langhorn's Creek was for the nonce roused from "sleepy hollow" and transformed into a busy and attractive place on Friday last, the occasion ...

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  24. MENINGIR, MARCH 11.

    Present—Crs. F. E. Hyde (chairman), A. E. Bundey; J. Williams, A. E. Bowman, James Hender, G. G. Hacket, Thomas McCallum, and clerk; apology received from ...

    Article : 267 words
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