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  2. VIEWS OF THE LEADERS.

    Long after the Speaker Had left the chair legislators lingered in the chamber discussing the situation, and the [? ted turn event had talon they had ...

    Article : 335 words
  3. IMPERIAL BUSHMEN.

    The South Australian squadrons of the Imperial Bushmen's Corps are at Bethlehem, but not Bethlehem in Judea. We have had a most exciting time with ...

    Article : 5,245 words
  4. THE TRAMWAYS.

    The City Council, having been released from their agreement with Mr. Bingham, met on Tuesday evening to discuss their further action in the matter. His Workship ...

    Article : 2,442 words
  5. THE TURF.

    "One who Wants to Know."-From the list of entries for the V.R.C. Ascot Vale Slakes of 1897 the following is quoted:—Sir T. Eider's [?] Winnoch, by Aldivalloch—Haider; Sir T. Eider's ...

    Article : 2,199 words
  6. ATTITUDE OF PARTIES.

    It is generally admitted by members on all sides of the House that if the Holder Government is to be turned out it must be by a coalition between the Opposition and ...

    Article : 529 words
  7. THE COUNTRY.

    A painful accident happened to a lad named Bertie Ninnis on Saturday morning. The boy went out to shoot some birds in the garden. He stepped into a hole and ...

    Article : 100 words
  8. SYDNEY, SPORTING.

    Quiet in the extreme was the betting market, only a line or two being taken. In consequence of his defeat by Melodian in the early morning Sequence weakened ...

    Article : 128 words
  9. PORT PIRIE.

    At The board of health meeting last night a le[?]er was received from the Port Pirie Master Butcher Association, complaining that farmers in the neighborhood, whose staughterhouse were ...

    Article : 1,459 words
  10. RANDWICK TRAINING NOTES.

    Without anything sensational being associated with it this morning work at Randiwick was full of interest. The hurdles on the course proper had been ...

    Article : 499 words
  11. ADJOURNMENT OF THE COUNCIL.

    In consequence of the crisis the Council sar for only an hour, and almost the whole of the time was devoted to the further con[?] of the Legislative Council ...

    Article : 309 words
  12. CORRESPONDENCE.

    "Saltbush"—Hardly suitable. "Largs Bay," Peterhead.—The town clerk, Port Adelaide, would no doubt supply the information. ...

    Article : 655 words
  13. BILLIARDS.

    Roberts beat Smith, to whom he conceded 6,000 in 14,000, by 1,221 points. The match was concluded to-night This afternoon the was somewhat loose and ...

    Article : 123 words
  14. CONCERT AT UNLEY

    There was a large and appreciative audience in the Unley Town Hall on Tuesday evening, when a concert entertainment was given. The programme was opened with a [?] election by ...

    Article : 321 words
  15. ADELAIDE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET.

    The Adelaide Chilled Butter and Produce Compray report on August 28:—Butter com[?]es to increase [?], each sale day seeing larger Comlogues submitted [?] prims do not ...

    Article : 532 words
  16. THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL.

    At a meeting of the Thebarton Town Council on Tuesday evening the following report from the health officer, Dr. E. E. S. Coombs, was read:—"Since the ...

    Article : 433 words
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    Advertising : 104 words
  18. INDIAN FAMINE FUND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 15 words
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