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  2. RUST IN WHEAT.

    Having accepted the invitation of the Minister of Agriculture (Hon. W. Copley), representatives from all the Australasian Colonies but New Zealand and Western Australia ...

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  3. OUR TOWNSHIPS, FARMS, AND HOMESTEADS.

    After leaving the first of Mr. Hardy's Zante vineyards we passed a neat little homestead owned by Mr. Gooden, who has a reproductive garden and apiary. A ...

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  4. THE NOARLUNGA ELECTION.

    A meeting of electors of Noarlunga was held at the Noarlunga District Hall on Monday evening, March 7, to hear the views of candidates who are aspiring to fill the vacancy ...

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  5. SPORTING NOTES.

    Settling over the late V.R.C. Autumn Meeting takes place to-day. The Little Maid colt had arrived in Adelaide before Mr. Wilson bought him back ...

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  6. ADELAIDE LICENSING BENCH.

    [Before the Hon. S. Tomkinson M.L.C. (Chairman), the Mayor (Mr. F W. Bullock), Mesars. W. Gilbert, M.P., W. C. Buik, and T. Giles, and Dr. Whittell.] ...

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  7. AMUSEMENTS.

    Musical entertainments in the suburbs are not usually carried out with success, bub the concert given by Miss Stevenson on Tuesday night in the North Adelaide Institute Hall ...

    Article : 407 words
  8. SPORTING.

    The weights for Onkaparinga came in for some discussion at Tattersall's on Tuesday evening, and a little betting resulted. For the Steeplechase 100 to 11 was taken and wanted ...

    Article : 139 words
  9. VICTORIA HALL.

    The Y.M.C.A. Musical Society announce their last concert of the present season for Tuesday, March 22. It will be miscellaneous in character, and conclude with Mendelssohn's ...

    Article : 118 words
  10. OODNADATTA RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 148 words
  11. ALBERT HALL.

    A complimentary benefit entertainment will be given to Messrs. Gerald and Duff on Friday, March 18, in the Albert Hall, Adelaide. His Excellency has accorded his patronage. ...

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  12. PORT TOWN HALL.

    On Tuesday evening a testimonial benefit was tendered to Mr. A. Bushby in the Port Adelaide Town Hall by numerous friends and admirers in recognition of services ...

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  13. ONKAPARINGA RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 631 words
  14. QUEENSLAND BLACK LABOUR.

    Sir—In your issue of March 1 Mr. E. P. Nesbit, as Chairman of tho Australian Natives' Association, is reported to have said—"If black labour was a condition of success in the ...

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  15. THE INTERCOLONIAL POLO MATCH.

    The intercolonial polo match was continued to-day. Victoria, with 3 goals 8 behinds, beat South Australia, who scored 2 goal 10 bebinds. ...

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  16. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET.

    At a meeting of the Cricketing Association to-night a number of rules for the formation and guidance of an Australian Cricket Council were adopted, and it was ordered that they be ...

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  17. THE EASTER ENCAMPMENT

    Sir—As it now wants but a few weeks to this military event, the idea has been suggested that the Saturday afternoon should be set apart for military sports. The time is short ...

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  18. DEPUTATIONS.

    FOWLER'S BAY.—Messrs. W. A. Horn, M.P., and J. Moule, M.P., presented a petition on Monday, March 7, signed by eleven residents of Yalata, Fowler's Bay, to the ...

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  19. CRICKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 176 words
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