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  2. COMPARISON OF WINES.

    The following is the official report on the Prize Wines kept for comparison from Wine Shows of the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia, held in 1870 ...

    Article : 1,883 words
  3. MISCELLANEOUS.

    EXPORTS.—The quantities of wheat and flour exported from the colony during the twelve weeks ended February 14, and which may fairly be taken as the aggregate exports of the last ...

    Article : 1,378 words
  4. COMPANIES AND SOCIETIES.

    The annual general meeting of the shareholders in the Bank of Adelaide was held at White's Rooms on Wednesday, February 11. Fifty two shareholders attended representing ...

    Article : 2,285 words
  5. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

    The annual report of this Friendly Society shows that there are 94 Lodges in South Australia, having 10,932 members, of whom 10,439 are good noon the books. The ...

    Article : 389 words
  6. NAUTICAL.

    A preliminary enquiry into the circumstances attending the stranding of the Lady Kinnaird was held by the Marine Board on February 6. After the second mate and the seaman who was ...

    Article : 1,585 words
  7. NEW SOUTH WAVES.

    In the Assembly the Stump Duties Bill has been read a third time and sent to the Legislative Council. The House is still engaged in the discussion of the Education Bill. ...

    Article : 382 words
  8. COMPLIMENTARY

    On Wednesday evening, Feb. 18, Major Godwin was entertained at dinner at the Town Hall by the officers of the Volunteer Force, and the opportunity was taken to present him with a handsome ...

    Article : 688 words
  9. WELL-BORING MACHINERY.

    Per the ship Agate, from New York, the Government recently received a consignment of diamond drill-boring apparatus, with appurtenances complete. The machine is an American ...

    Article : 723 words
  10. QUEENSLAND.

    The prospector's report in reference to the finding of the Wolgar Goldfield states that on May 28 last they discovered payable gold on a tributary of the Wolgar River, and worked eight ...

    Article : 138 words
  11. TASMANIA.

    The Council last night agreed to the second reading of the Real and Personal Estates Duties Bill. In Committee the tax on dividends was passed by a majority of 1. ...

    Article : 56 words
  12. NEW ZEALAND.

    The deficit of the nine months ending the financial year was £1,000,000, the estimated deficit having been £800,000, including £131,000 last year. the land [?] and railway receipts were ...

    Article : 321 words
  13. OBITUARY.

    DEATH OF THE REV. M. M. DICK.—We regret to state that the Rev. M. M. Dick, pastor of the Port Adelaide Congregational Church, died at Stirling East on Tuesday ...

    Article : 535 words
  14. RELIGIOUS AND PHILANTHROPIC.

    The following further correspondence on this subject has been handed to us for publication:— "Lorne Chambers, King William-street, "February 9, 1880. ...

    Article : 2,099 words
  15. FIJI.

    The A.S N. Company's steamer Pretty Jane, from Levuka, reports that a big native meeting was concluded just before she left. An immense fleet of about 300 canoes and many ...

    Article : 47 words
  16. NEW CALEDONIA.

    News from Noumea to the 7th states that on January 24 a cyclone swept over the island, the heaviest ever remembered. It did a great amount of damage at Noumea and the suburbs. ...

    Article : 244 words
  17. INTERCOLONIAL SUMMARY

    The general elections take place on February 28. The polling being on Saturday, will be very inconvenient to the Hebrew community. The Opposition are well organized, and very ...

    Article : 669 words
  18. STATISTICS

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 59 words
  19. SPORTING.

    The first of the English horse Gang Forward's stock, a chesnut filly, named Meg Merrilees, owned by Sir Thomas Elder, won the Geelong Sires Produce Stakes on January 29, against ...

    Article : 142 words
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