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  2. UNITED STATES AFFAIRS.

    The United States House of Representatives [?] passed a Bill authorizing the refunding to the various States the taxes rendered necessary fey the civil war. ...

    Article : 306 words
  3. POLITICAL CRISIS IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    At about 2 o’clock this morning Mr. Haynes, speaking on the motion in regard to the leasing of tramways, stated that he had been offered a bribe of ...

    Article : 458 words
  4. MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.

    Present—The Mayor, Councillors Frin[?]dorf. Stone, Ware, Pickup, Muirhead, and Lunni[?], and the Town Clerk (Mr. J. Soal) ...

    Article : 492 words
  5. Amusements.

    There was bat a fair attendance at the Theatre Royal on Friday evening, to witness the last representation of “The Miner’s Daughter.” ...

    Article : 42 words
  6. “THE LAW OF POPULATION.”

    William Whitehouse Collins, bookseller, was fined for selling what was regarded to be an obscene book, namely, “The Law of Population, by Mrs. ...

    Article : 90 words
  7. CRICKET NOTES

    The cricket on the Oval last week was not exciting enough to attract more than [?] number of people there, and unless the Norwood and South Adelaide match proves ft dm nothing but ...

    Article : 2,389 words
  8. SPORTING NOTES.

    The declaration of the weights for the Licensed Victuallers’ Meeting on Boxing Day has not led to any noticeable move in the double event betting. The horses which ...

    Article : 2,120 words
  9. EXHIBITION CONCERT.

    A notice in the amusement column notifies that a performance of unusual attractiveness will be given in the Exhibition Building on Saturday in aid of the ...

    Article : 114 words
  10. ARRIVAL OF THE BASEBALL TEAMS.

    Spalding’s teams of baseball players arrived by the Alameda to-day, and received a cordial welcome from large numbers of American residents. A ...

    Article : 79 words
  11. EXHIBITION RINK.

    After a week’s exhibition of the best fancy skating seen in Adelaide, Professor Simmons, the champion fancy skater, appeared for the last time at the Adelaide Rink on Friday ...

    Article : 200 words
  12. ROWING NOTES.

    The Conference between the Bowing Associations of Victoria, N.S. Wales, New Zealand, and Tasmania recently held in Sydney to consider the definition of the term “ainateur” as appled to ...

    Article : 1,360 words
  13. PROFESSOR BROWN LOST AT MANAPOURI.

    News reached Auckland to-night that Mr. Brown, Professor of English in the Otago University, is lost at Manapouri. With two companions he was ...

    Article : 114 words
  14. NORWOOD RINK.

    At the above rink to night a 2 mile race is to take place between Washburne and Stock for the Championship and £50. Stock has been in training for some months, and ...

    Article : 89 words
  15. BROKEN HILL.

    Mr. G. C. Craig, journalist, was writing in a hut to-day, and a whirlwind lifted the hut over his head without injuring him. Another whirlwind unroofed ...

    Article : 46 words
  16. AQUATICS.

    Eight-oar contests were begun in South Australia in 1886, when a crew of the Port Club and one from the rest of the South Australian Rowing Association tried ...

    Article : 784 words
  17. THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE.

    To-day the Prince of Wales, accompanied by Sir F. D. Bell (Agent General for New Zealand) and Sir Saul Samuel (Agent-General for New South Wales), ...

    Article : 54 words
  18. HINDMARSH, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14.

    Present—The Mayor (Mr, Vardon, J.P.), Councillors Brooker, Lawrence, Ralph, Sorrell, and Coombe, Town Clerk, and Surveyor (Mr. J. Tait). ...

    Article : 268 words
  19. DARLING DISTRICT NEWS.

    After six successive weeks of intense heat a cool change occurred last night. The weather is now slightly cooler, with out any apparent prospect of rain. ...

    Article : 43 words
  20. NEW ZEALAND COLONIZATION SCHEME.

    A committee of gentlemen have carefully analyzed the figures supplied by Mr. W. L. Rees in connection with the scheme to colonize certain parts of New Zealand ...

    Article : 121 words
  21. COLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The Government hope to prorogue Parliament at noon, on Thursday. The Ministers are arranging to entertain their supporters at a trip to Schnapper Point, ...

    Article : 213 words
  22. ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE.

    To-night Michael MacDermott had a quarrel with a woman named Patterson in a house in Swanson-street, Auckland, and he became exasperated, drew a ...

    Article : 61 words
  23. WRECK OF YACHTS.

    The yacht Coquette, which left Lyttelton for Akaroa, was wrecked at Pah Bay this afternoon, and the crew of three men were drowned. Their names are ...

    Article : 61 words
  24. THE GERMAN EAST AFRICA COMPANY.

    Prince Bismarck stated yesterday that the intervention of the Emnire in the quarrel between the German East Africa Company and the natives of Zanzibar ...

    Article : 48 words
  25. NORTHERN LICENSING BENCH.

    The quarterly meeting of the Northern Licensing Bench took place to-day. Seven transfers of publicans licences were granted, also two new slaughtering licences ...

    Article : 115 words
  26. Advertising

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    Advertising : 614 words
  27. A SIBERIAN RAILWAY.

    A Syndicate, composed exclusively of American capitalists and speculators, has been formed for the purpose of constructing a railway through Siberia. ...

    Article : 24 words
  28. THE SHEEHY PRIVILEGE CASE.

    The Select Committee of the House of Commons which was appointed to consider the alleged breach of privilege committed by a police-constable in serving ...

    Article : 211 words
  29. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Some Sydney newspapers were the victims of a stupid hoax yesterday by the report of a horrible accident at Hawkesbury which bore the stamp of ...

    Article : 143 words
  30. Sir E. T. Smith’s Departure for England.

    Sir Edwin Thomas Smith is so patriotic a man that we feel sure he will rejoice in the circumstances which militated against the success of the ...

    Article : 432 words
  31. QUEENSLAND.

    Experiments by Drs. Germont and Loir in connection with the cultivation of pleuro-pneumonia virus hare been attended with great success so far. ...

    Article : 26 words
  32. THE POSITION IN SERVIA.

    The present critical position in Servia —created by the mistakes of King Milan, and aggravated by his treatment of Queen Nathalie and the intrigues of ...

    Article : 99 words
  33. YACHTING NOTES.

    It was with commendable forethought that the South Australian Yacht Club placed Lord Brassey’s cup before the larger yachts as an inducement to put their yachts in racing trim. Though the larger ...

    Article : 558 words
  34. CRICKET IN VICTORIA.

    At a meeting of the Melbourne Cricket Club to-night it was decided that the ground be handed over to the Association tor the match of Victoria v. South Australia on ...

    Article : 94 words
  35. TASMANIA.

    The Coptic arrived to-day from London November 1 and Cape November 25. The passengers for Hobart number 12, Launceston 5, Melbourne 94, Sydney 38, ...

    Article : 332 words
  36. GAWLER.

    The monthly meeting of the Wasleys Farmers’ club was held at Wasleys on Wednesday evening, December 12. There was a good attendance. Mr. G. Thomson, J.P. ...

    Article : 84 words
  37. NEW SOUTH WALES MORTGAGE COMPANY.

    The Directors of the New South Wales Mortgage, Loan, and Agency Company, Limited, have declared an interim dividend at the rate of 5 per cent. ...

    Article : 32 words
  38. INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY PASSENGER TRAFFIC.

    Boudoir passengers per express to Melbourne: — Messrs. Howard, Burke, Stewart, Larkworthy, A. Campbell, H. S. Wyatt, Sanderson, E. P. ...

    Article : 109 words
  39. THE RAINFALL.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 129 words
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