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  2. V.—OUR DEFENCES.

    There is an old proverb respecting an unmentionable personage who, when he was ill, resolved to become a monk, but when he grew well soon forgot the ...

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  3. STOW CHURCH YOUNG MEN'S PICNIC.

    The annual picnic in connection with the above Association was held at the Sturt, on the properly of Mr. Franklin. About 50 ladies and gentlemen assembled at the Church, and at 10 ...

    Article : 317 words
  4. NORTH ADELAIDE BAPTIST CHURCH BAZAAR.

    The attendance at. the North Adelaide Baptist Bazaar was good, especially in the evening, when the room was crowded. The sales were brisk, but notwithstanding this a large number of ...

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  5. GLENELG.

    This fashionable watering place—as is usual on similar occasions—was well patronised by a number of holiday keepers, who began to arrive at early morning, in Messrs. Cobb & Co.'s ...

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  6. SPORTS AT KAPUNDA.

    A monster picnic (in connection with the Oddfellows', Foresters', and Druids' Societies) was held on Wednesday, November 9 (Prince of Wales's Birthday), in Crase's Paddock, ...

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  7. BENTHAM-STREET CHURCH.

    The Sunday-school in connection with the above-mentioned place of worship celebrated their anniversary. At 10 a.m. the children, numbering some 200, assembled at the church, whence ...

    Article : 134 words
  8. THE ADELPHIAN CLASS.

    The Sunday-school teachers and the members of the Adelphian Class in connection with the Christian Church meeting in White's Booms, numbering 60 in all, spent a very pleasant day ...

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  9. ST. PATRICK'S CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE SOCIETY.

    The members of this Society celebrated their annual festival. The children and teachers assembled at the West-terrace Church at about half-pant 9, where their President and spiritual ...

    Article : 373 words
  10. A RAILWAY TO GLENELG.

    Sir. Townsend introduced a motion on Wednesday affirming the desirableness of introducing a Bill authorising the construction of a railway from Adelaide to ...

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  11. PORT ADELAIDE.

    had a large influx of visitors on the arrival of the several morning trains. A large number of passengers went by the Eleanor for a trip to Glenelg, and there being a good band on board. ...

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  12. MITCHAM ODDFELLOWS.

    The thirteenth anniversary of the Loyal Mitcham Lodge, M.U., was celebrated at Brownhill Creek, on November 10. The spot selected for the day's sports was about a ...

    Article : 224 words
  13. SEMAPHORE BEACH.

    Generally this locality is proverbial for quiescence, and very few visitors seek it on this account. Indeed, the presence of a stranger becomes a matter sufficient to attract the ...

    Article : 217 words
  14. ST. AUGUSTINE'S SUNDAY-SCHOOL PICNIC.

    Our readers will remember that at the beginning of the present year St. Augustine's Church at Unley was opened for divine service. A short time afterwards, by the aid of a few friends, ...

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  15. THE BOTANIC GARDENS.

    Which are now looking their best, were tinted by a large number of people throughout the day. ...

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  16. ELECTIONS.

    The annual elections in the municipalities of Adelaide, Port Adelaide, and Norwood and Kensington took place on Thursday, December 1. The absence of contests for the Mayoralty in the ...

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  17. VIII.—THE HOLIDAYS.

    Thursday, the 10th November, was set apart as a public and general holiday in celebration of the birthday of H.B.H. the Prince of Wales. Occurring as it does at a season of the year ...

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  18. EXCURSION TRAINS.

    Upwards of 1,000 excursionists travelled on the Port Railway on Thursday. Excursion trains ran on the North Line also, but they were not largely-patronised. ...

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  19. TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL.

    On Thursday evening, November 10, the half-yearly tea meeting and soiree in connection with the South Australian Total Abstinence League and Band of Hone Union was held at ...

    Article : 158 words
  20. VI—RAILWAYS.

    Mysterious rumors have been about within the last day or two that an ingenious motion was being prepared by the advocates of the guarantee principle for ...

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  21. BROWNHILL CREEK.

    As usual, this creek attracted pleasureseekers on the holiday, and not a few visited the locality. Some enjoying themselves by strolling alone the banks up the creek, whilst ...

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  22. WESLEYAN MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY'S PICNIC.

    The usual animal picnic of the Adelaide Wesleyan Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association was held at Netherby Park, Mitcham, kindly lent for the occasion by the Hon. ...

    Article : 259 words
  23. KENT TOWN WESLEYAN BAND OF HOPE.

    On Thursday, November 10, the annual treat in connection with the Kent Town Wesleyan Sunday-School Band of Hope was held at midday. About 200 members assembled at the ...

    Article : 499 words
  24. VII.—MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. NOMINATIONS.

    Mr. Councillor Bartels attended at the Exchange Boom, Town Hall, to receive nominations for the approaching elections. The Town Clerk (Mr. T. Worshop) having read the ...

    Article : 900 words
  25. CRICKET MATCH.

    A very exciting cricket match was played between the South Australian and North Adelaide Young Men's Club:, on the ground of the former Club. Mr. R. Warburton was Captain ...

    Article : 414 words
  26. ODDFELLOWS' PICNIC AT AUBURN.

    The Oddfellows celebrated the holiday by holding a picnic, which was, we hear, attended by residents of the neighborhood. Sports and amusements were entered into with spirit, and ...

    Article : 38 words
  27. IX.—THE RIVER MURRAY TRADE.

    We have already published the report of the Select Committee of the House of Assembly on the River Murray trade. The evidence taken by the Committee is ...

    Article : 1,336 words
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