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  2. ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH.

    The Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, who had suffered a relapse, is now a little better. ...

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  3. AN ITINERARY.—NEW ZEALAND.

    XV.—Conclusion of the Series—On the Way to Greymouth—An Extraordinary Railway — An Antiquated Tramway — A Vehicle from the ...

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  4. SPORTING NOTES.

    The floods in Victoria have thoroughly upset the racing arrangements of that colony for the time being. The Grand National Meeting set down to begin last Saturday, is still an event ...

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  5. RELIGIOUS NEWS.

    PERSONAL ITEMS.—We take the following from the Christian Weekly for July 17:—The Rev. C. T. Newman is, we regret to say, so unwell that he has been compelled to give up ...

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  6. THE BOYS' BRIGADE.

    The annual meeting of the Boys' Brigade was held at the rooms, Franklin-street, on Friday evening, the Bishop of Adelaide (Dr. Kennion) presiding. There was a good muster ...

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  7. PERSONAL EXPENSES OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.

    Sir—Most of your readers will remember the passing of the Payment of Members Bill some three or four years ago when the finances of the colony were in a very depressed state, so ...

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  8. THE EDUCATION BILL.

    The Free Education Bill has passed its second reading in the House of Lords. ...

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  9. PROVINCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Recently Mr. Hughes, of Booyoolie Station, presented a trophy valued at fifteen guineas to the local rifle club. The first round for the trophy was fired to-day. Private Williams ...

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  10. PORT AUGUSTA, July 17.

    Mr. H. Y. L. Brown, the Government Geologist, visited Partridge's coal discovery at Saltia to-day. ...

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  11. THE NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION.

    The news of the result of the no-confidence motion was received in Port Augusta with much satisfaction. Mr. Playford's Administration appears to have the confidence of the ...

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  12. HINDMARSH INSTITUTE.

    On Friday evening a public meeting of rate-payers was held in the Hindmarsh Institute Hall to decide if the Institute property should be invested in the Hindmarsh Corporation. ...

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  13. SUDDEN DEATH AT THE BURRA.

    Mrs. Dagenhardt, of Palmer, while on a visit to Mrs. A. Rohde, of Baldina, in lifting a boiler on to the fireplace yesterday fell suddenly and expired. Her age was ...

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  14. THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

    The weather is fine but cold, and feed is coming up nicely. ...

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  15. OCEAN MAIL SERVICE.

    Ths Orotava left Colombo on July 14. The Oroya arrived at Colombo on July 15. ...

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  16. SINGLE TAX, CUSTOMS DUTIES, &c.

    Sir—I read some of Mr. James Cummings's letters on polytaxation in your paper, but did not give them that attention they deserved; but when I received a reprint of letters to you ...

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  17. POLYTAXATION.

    Sir—Just before leaving town yesterday by train I read a letter in the Register on the above subject, signed A. W. Bristow, containing sundry strictures on my recent letters, &c. ...

    Article : 405 words
  18. SPORTING.

    Benzon has been withdrawn from the Toorak Handicap and Caulfield and Melbourne Cups. The training tracks at Flemington are gradually improving. To-morrow the sand track ...

    Article : 39 words
  19. A NEW INSTITUTE AT TEMPLERS.

    The Institute authorities at Templers have long felt the need for a new building, as that which they occupied was used for school purposes and was inconvenient. The nucleus of ...

    Article : 444 words
  20. THE GRAND NATIONAL MEETING.

    A visit of inspection was paid by the V.R.C. Stewards to the Flemington Racecourse to-day. It was found that the running-ground was now clear of water, though still ...

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  22. WATERLOO CUP COURSING

    The Waterloo Cup Coursing Meeting will be commenced on the oval at Digger's Rest to-morrow, and be continued next week. ...

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  23. TEMPERANCE NEWS.

    WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION.—The annual meeting of the Brompton Woman's Christian Temperance Union was held in the Brompton Wesleyan Lecture Hall on Friday ...

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  24. VICTORIAN GUN CLUB GRAND HANDICAP.

    The Melbourne Gun Club's Grand National Pigeon Shooting Handicap was competed for to-day on the club's grounds at North Brighton with favourable weather and in the presence of ...

    Article : 101 words
  25. THE PHARMACY BILL.

    Sir—Whilst pharmacists in South Australia have to thank you for the publicity you from time to time give to their reports of meetings and other matters with which they have to do ...

    Article : 366 words
  26. SHEARERS AND PASTORALISTS.

    Sir—In consequence of having been very busy I have not had an opportunity of replying to a letter which appeared in a recent issue. The writer tries to pose before your readers as ...

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  29. FOOTBALL.

    At Kensington to-day the above clubs try conclusions for the third time. Both previous contests have been easily won by Norwood, but South Adelaide supporters are still confident. The Norwoods ...

    Article : 228 words
  30. THE WINE INDUSTRY.

    Sir—In a paragraph referring to our wine trade a statement appears to the effect that "the development of the wine trade has been such as to open up 3 wide field for the ...

    Article : 191 words
  31. ADELAIDE STREETS AND SQUARES.

    Sir—To correct a present and general wrong impression still existing as to our Adelaide squares through which the streets run, I can vouch for the following facts viz:—That in ...

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  34. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    BURNSIDE, July 13.—Present.—Crs. Cleland, Osborn, Bowen, Gellard, War[?] and Devell. Cr. Cleland elected Chairman. Norwood Corporation to be asked to bear portion of expense of culvert ...

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  36. DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTIONS.

    DAVENPORT.—For Councillors—South Ward, J. S. Partridge and J. Cowan; North Ward, F. C. Giles. Auditor—R. Hall. HAMILTON.—For Councillors—Marrabel Ward ...

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