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  2. THE PROTECTOR'S VOYAGE

    The South Australian gunboat Protector Iras not allowed by the naval authorities to have a very long stay in Sydney. In bait, I believe they just tried the ship's ...

    Article : 738 words
  3. THE COUNTRY.

    Heavy rains have fallen this week-the heaviest recorded lor come time, boisterous winds, which blew in the carry part of the week, were quickly followed by rain, of only a light character at ...

    Article : 261 words
  4. VICTORIAN CLUB RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 500 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    An entertainment was herd in the Wesleyan [Lecture-hall, Magill, on Friday evening, for the purpose of raising funds to assist in the purchase of goods for a fete ...

    Article : 398 words
  6. ENGLISH SPORTING NOTES

    Judged by his English and French form Stanley Rowley is about one yard behind the best American sprinters at 100 yards. At Paris on Saturday he finished third to ...

    Article : 792 words
  7. CORRESPONDENCE.

    "A Subscriber," Green's Plains West.— The penalty is a fine not exceeding £2 Payment of the penalty does not free the offender from his obligation. ...

    Article : 741 words
  8. THE SOUTH-EAST.

    Though the members of the South-Easttern Drainage Commission twice visited the south-east they did not have an opportunity of seeing the district in a wet ...

    Article : 920 words
  9. THE NORTH-EASTERN GOLD BELT.

    Though lacking the booming propensities of Tarcoola, and showing a vastly different population from the maddening whirl of a few years back, when Teetulpa was giving ...

    Article : 851 words
  10. THE TURF.

    Princess of Wales was scratched for all engagements at the S.A.J.C. Spring meet-,ing at 12 noon on Monday. Mr. R. Hetherington, of Mount Gambier, ...

    Article : 645 words
  11. MOUNT GAMBIER.

    The football match arranged for this afternoon between the Federal and Casterton clubs did not come off. The Victorians telegraphed that owing to the rough weather and bad state of the roads ...

    Article : 207 words
  12. PORT PIRIE.

    On Friday evening a lecture was given by Mr. [?] McM. Glynn, M.P., in the Institute Hall. The [?] of the lecture was "Free-trade," and was undertaken at the invitation of the local branch ...

    Article : 569 words
  13. AN OBJECT LESSON IN GRATITUDE.

    Mrs. Caroline Andrews, of Middletonroad, Albany, is the heroine of a remarkable report in the local newspaper. Sincerity and gratitude (says this ...

    Article : 375 words
  14. BILLARDS.

    An eight days' exhibition billiard match between John Roberts, jun, the champion of the world, and Frank Smith, the champion of Victoria, began this afternoon at ...

    Article : 128 words
  15. GRAND NATIONAL STAKES.

    The following stakes won at the Grand National meeting of the Adelaide Racing Club were paid over at the office of the club on Monday:— ...

    Article : 302 words
  16. THE NATIVE SINGERS.

    On Monday afternoon about 60 young and old of the native visitors made a call at the Fire Brigade Station, and were well received and entertained by Superintendent ...

    Article : 306 words
  17. A FEDERATED FLAG

    Sir—On publishing a treatise on flags 1 noted the silence re badge on ensigns for Federated Australia. No time is to be lost by the Imperial and Australian ...

    Article : 178 words
  18. THE MITCHAM COUNCIL.

    The district council of Mitcham has for some years past been burdened by a bank overdraft this state of affairs does not commend itself to the ratepayers, and on ...

    Article : 564 words
  19. CRICKET.

    The annual social of the Semaphore Cricket Club was [?] in the [?] Semaphore, on Saturday evening, the president, Mr. H. W. Thompson, occupied the chair, and there was a ...

    Article : 427 words
  20. THE WEATHER AND THE COUNTRY.

    Since Tuesday the weather has been very boisterous, with torrents of rain, hall, and snow The downpour lias also filled up all the dams and waterholes. The season so far has been a ...

    Article : 742 words
  21. UNLEY-COUNCIL.

    August 20-Present—The Mayor (Mr. C. G. Gurr), Aid. Vardon, Dring, and Mackie, Crs. Couche, V. Lewis, Tomlinson, Hamp, Brown, Chinner, A. S. Lewis, and Ellis. The Mayor said ...

    Article : 413 words
  22. BRIGHTON COUNCIL.

    August 17.—Present—The Mayor (Mr. J. A. Bagshaw), and Crs. Daly, Gregory, Measday, Silver, and Thiselton. Mayor reported that a deputation if the Edwardstown railway committee had waited ...

    Article : 327 words
  23. FOOTBALL.

    College Towns v. North Adelaide Juniors.— Juniors, 13 goals 25 behinds (103 points); College Town, 1 behind (1 point). Sandland played a good game for the winners. ...

    Article : 690 words
  24. THEBARTON SCHOOL.

    Friday, August 17, was observed as parents visiting day at the Thebarton public school. In spite of the unfavorable weather a large number of parents and friends attended, and showed a keen ...

    Article : 429 words
  25. SYDNEY SPORTING.

    The annual meeting of the Australian Jockey Club to-morrow afternoon promises to be unusually interesting. Never before has such interest, been taken in the ...

    Article : 257 words
  26. Y.M.C.A.

    The monthly meeting of the board of management of thee Adelaide Y.M.C.A was held on Monday afternoon under the presidency of Mr. W. Burford (vice-president). the Revs. S. Lenton ...

    Article : 300 words
  27. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 1,010 words
  28. CUBE OF CONSUMPTION.

    [?]—I wish you would give room in your paper for a few lines on above subject, as I am sure you take a great interest in anything for the public good. ...

    Article : 419 words
  29. VICTORIAN SPORTING.

    Berenice, Private Willis, and Ampier, looking remarkably well, left for Sydney by train to-night. Lancaster and Sagacity leave to-morrow. ...

    Article : 33 words
  30. TEMPERANCE.

    The annual meeting of the Payneham W.C.T.U. was held at the house of the president. Mrs. Beck, on August 15. The balance-sheet stated:—Receipts, £6 [?] expenditure, £7 7/1; balance in ...

    Article : 123 words
  31. CHESS.

    The last round but one of the original pairings of the Norwood club was contested at the clubroom. Institute, on Wednesday, August 15. when all the competitors, with ...

    Article : 185 words
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