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  2. THE COUNTRY.

    BURRA, April 7.—A man named Aitken met with, a serious accident yesterday. He was running at the annual sports when he [?] and fell [?] breaking his shoulder. ...

    Article : 41 words
  3. ALBERT.

    Mr. A.D. Handyside addressed the electors of Narracoorte in the Institute Hall on Monday evening April 6. Mr. J.P.D. Laurie, chairman of the district council, presided over ...

    Article : 980 words
  4. EXIT KING PREMPEH.

    It is stale news that King Prempeh of Ashantee has bowed to the might of Great Britain, but your readers may find something to interest them in the following boiled-down resume of the theatrically impressive ceremony ...

    Article : 2,545 words
  5. THE MONROE DOCTRINE.

    The Mo[?] doctrine is at present on everyone's lips, but not one man in a hundred either in England or America has any but the vaguest idea of what it really means. A ...

    Article : 818 words
  6. EASTER AT VICTOR HARBOR.

    VICTOR HARBOR, April 7.—There was a very large influx of visitors during the holidays. It is generally thought that Victor Harbor has never accommodated so many ...

    Article : 204 words
  7. MISCELLANEOUS.

    PORT VICTORIA, April 7.—The anniversary in connection with the Wesleyan Sundayschool was celebrated on Easter Sunday and Monday. On Sunday the weather was ...

    Article : 1,016 words
  8. PRESENTATION TO THE REV. G. E. WHEATLEY.

    YORKETOWN, April 6.—On Good Friday valedictory tea and public meetings were held in the Yorketown Institute to bid farewell to the Rev. G.E. Wheatley, who is leaving for ...

    Article : 328 words
  9. SPORTS AT ANGASTON.

    ANGASTON; April 7.—On Easter Monday athletic sports were held in the Angas [?] [?] Park, and not withstanding the fact that heavy showers of rain fell during the ...

    Article : 266 words
  10. WALLAROO.

    Mr. H. Allerdale Grainger addressed a large and appreciative audience at Wallaroo on Thursday evening. After thanking the electors for the confidence they had shown in him and ...

    Article : 566 words
  11. A NEW CHURCH.

    WILLUNGA, April 6.—The new Wesleyan Church, which has been in course of erection since December last, was formally opened on Good Friday afternoon. An appropriate ...

    Article : 267 words
  12. PICNIC AT EUDUNDA.

    The tenth annual picnic of the Loyal Eudunda Lodge of the I.O.O.F. was held on Easter Monday at Eudunda. The members of the lodge to the number of 40 assembled at the ...

    Article : 255 words
  13. A GRAND OLD ADMIRAL

    The autobiography of the late Lord Clarence Paget, which (edited by Sir Arthur Otway) was published last Monday, gives an interesting series of pictures of naval life during the ...

    Article : 2,251 words
  14. FATALITY AT PORT PIRIE.

    PORT PIRIE, April 9.—Oliver Axon, aped 15, employed as a messenger by Mr. Daniel Kennelley, a contractor, was killed this morning. He went with a team engaged in carting ...

    Article : 79 words
  15. ATHLETIC SPORTS AT MINLATON.

    MINLATON, April 7.—The annual sports in connection with the Friendly Society of Oddfellows and Rechabites was held in the Exhibition Grounds on Easter Monday. The weather ...

    Article : 385 words
  16. FAREWELL TO THE REV. J. GILLINGHAM.

    LAURA, April 8.—A farewell social to the J. Gillingham and family, who are removing to Riverton, was held in the Laura Wesleyan Church on Tuesday evening last. Mr. H. G. ...

    Article : 338 words
  17. MISS CARMICHAEL'S POEMS.

    In most poets, even the most eminent, one realises how completely poetry is an art; that is to say, how much our delight in it is due to the manner of saying rather than to the thing ...

    Article : 876 words
  18. HEINEMANN'S COLONIAL LIBRARY.

    Mr. William Heinemann's Colonial Library, like its rivals, continues to grow rapidly in bulk. A volume which the reader of "Degeneration" (which, by the way, the same ...

    Article : 709 words
  19. RUSSIAN STOWAWAYS STIFLED.

    Six Russo-Polish Jews were suffocated on board the German steamer Herrmann which arrived in Hull recently. One of the surviving refugees, named [?] made the ...

    Article : 617 words
  20. SIGNS AND WONDERS IN THE SKY.

    The Spectator, moralising on the recent bursting of an aerolite over Madrid, says:—It is not every day that a fireball is so considerate as to ...

    Article : 511 words
  21. FAREWELL TO THE REV. R. S. CASELY.

    BURRA, April 8.—Valedictory tea and public meetings were held in the Wesleyan lecturehall, Kooringa, last night, to bid farewell to the ...

    Article : 191 words
  22. THE MELROSE SPORTS.

    MELROSE, April 7.—The annual sports took place on Easter Monday at Dorrington Park which was kindly placed at the disposal of the committee by Mr. F.J. [?] manager for ...

    Article : 702 words
  23. FAREWELL TO AIR. KNOWLES.

    BLYTH, April 8.—A few friends and admirers of Mr. F. Knowles the well-known and highly respected publican of Blyth, who for so many years conducted the Blyth Hotel to the ...

    Article : 147 words
  24. NORTHERN LAND BOARD.

    CRADOCK, April 6.—A public meeting was held in the Institute on Friday evening to express disapproval at the way the Northern Land Board had allotted lands at Hawker ...

    Article : 264 words
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