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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 145 words
  3. MISS C. H SPENCE ON HER TRAVELS.

    I am now fairly in harness, with the prospect of [?]vering engagements for come time before me. My first journey was to Syraonse, in the northern part of New York State the ...

    Article : 2,490 words
  4. Phylloxera.

    THE PHI[?]KERS; (A) FEMALE OF THE GALLS, (B) LARVE AT THE SECOND STAGE (C) PORT (D) WINGED FEMALE. (E) THE EGG NEAR HA‘[?]CHING. (R) LARVE THE FIRST STAGE THESE FIGURES ARE FROM MR. FRE[?]'S HANDBOOK, “THE DESTE[?]TIVY INSTECS OF VICTORIA AND ARE VERY HIG[?]LY MAGNIFIED. The Victoria people and Government are ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 393 words
  5. Cycling.

    To day attention will be centred in the third round of inter-club road consents, starting at 3. o'clock from the comer of Sooth and East terraces, and proceeding over the twenty-mile course to ...

    Article : 1,340 words
  6. Aquatics.

    Although the [?] cra[?] of the Royal South Australian Ve[?] some months ago a. vary [?] outing the defection of a number of yachts tin [?] the enjoyment of the ...

    Article : 556 words
  7. Crickets

    South Australians will cot come back from the[?] trip eastwards with an unblemished record after alt. When they wiped out Victoria many persons thought they had got over the w[?], out those ...

    Article : 1,926 words
  8. ON A FISHING CRUISE.

    A light breeze Sprang: up about 11 on Saturday night before Christmas, and with that and the ebb we dropped down the Port River, p[?]ting to the Royal Tar. By daylight ...

    Article : 1,939 words
  9. WEEKLY CALENDAR.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 216 words
  10. Advertising

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    Advertising : 451 words
  11. INVENTION AND PATENTS.

    [Compiled for the Chamber of Manufactures by Collison & Oct., Licensed Patent Agents.] A method of purifying drinking water, which was recently described in [?]Electricien, ...

    Article : 515 words
  12. Lawn Tennis.

    After a spell of three weeks the Association resumes its matches on Saturday next. No firstclas-match bad been set down on the programme for on 18th inst., but as the matches fixed ...

    Article : 197 words
  13. LONG LOST RELATIVES.

    News of THOMAS DOVEY (NOV. 19). who was last heard of in Walworth in 1868, Was sought by a niece resident in South Australia, In a letter sent from Derby, Mr. Dovey's ...

    Article : 336 words
  14. APPLICATIONS

    For the week ended December 36, 1893. 3350. Improvements in Indiarubber waterproof garments, B. Glass. 3351. An improved combination socket ...

    Article : 77 words
  15. Baseball.

    Though not so successful as they had wished to be, the Port Pirie players ran honestly be complimented upon their performances against the [?] men in the three recent inter-League matches. ...

    Article : 535 words
  16. WHY WASHINGTON DIED POOR

    The reason why General Washington died comparatively poor has been cleared up at last. A teacher in a suburban Sunday school the other week, with a view to pointing a moral on ...

    Article : 251 words
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