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    The Greenock Public School held its annual picnic to-day. Several parents visited the school in the morning, and had the usual manner of working explained by the teacher. At 1 o'clock all the ...

    Article : 198 words
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    A public meeting was held at the residence of Mr. George Brace, in the Hundred of Tickera, on Wednesday, October 4. There was fair attendance, and Mr. W. G. Cooke ...

    Article : 637 words
  5. PORT ELLIOT, October 2.

    For many years the great want of a central hall for holding public meetings and entertainments has been seriously felt in this neighbourhood, but, although the residents had a great desire to erect a ...

    Article : 524 words
  6. CLARENDON, October 3.

    The annual general meeting of the Clarendon Cricket Club was held on Saturday evening, September 30. Mr. A. Hilton occupied the chair it was resolved that Mr. B. Lloyd he asked to become ...

    Article : 184 words

    A club for the discussion of all matters relative to forming, some what on the same basis as the Barossa Farmers' Union, has been lately established, and their meeting was held on Friday. ...

    Article : 1,428 words
  8. FRANKLIN HARBOUR, October 1.

    With a succession of hot winds which has prevailed lately in this district, and very little rain, the farmers' hopes are sadly blighted. All prospects of a crop are gone, and even now. if we were favoured ...

    Article : 75 words
  9. PORT WAKEFIELD, October 5.

    The wind continued from the north through the night, and rain set in this morning. Some of the crops are still looking well, while some are much injured. ...

    Article : 161 words
  10. CURRAMULKA, October 2.

    We experienced during the past fortnight some very drying winds, which have had a denuding effect upon the wheat crops, and grave fears were entertained for some of the wheat crops on light soil ...

    Article : 184 words
  11. WILLUNGA, September 31.

    I regret having to announce the death of Mr. J. C. Thornton, mounted constable of Willunga, which took place on September 27. The deceased, who had been in the service about six years, was an ...

    Article : 164 words
  12. STANSBURY, September 30.

    On Thursday evening Mr. Yenning met the Fanners Association Branch here. There was but a small attendance. Mr. Yenning addressed himself more on the subject of his proposed "Exchange" ...

    Article : 190 words
  13. HOUGHTON, September 30.

    Mr. Matthew Burnett has just completed a three days' mission at Houghton. On Wednesday and Thursday evenings evangelistic services were held in the Congregational Church. which was crowded ...

    Article : 383 words
  14. WILSON, October 2.

    The crops in this district are not what they were a few weeks ago, but with fairly expected rains there is little doubt of the coming season being letter than usual. Nice rain fell last night, but ...

    Article : 94 words



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