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  2. THE PARLIAMENT.

    I dreamed I saw Parliament opened, So strangely distinct did all seem, That for a space after awaking I dared not believe 'twas a dream. ...

    Article : 356 words
  3. THE BON. J. L. PARSONS AND MR. THOMAS PRICK M.P.

    The following letter has been sent to Mr. Price, M.P.:- Lindsay Villa, Augaston, June 1, 1895, Dear Sir—I beg to acknowledge receipt of ...

    Article : 1,326 words
  4. A NEW RACK IN EGYPT.

    Professor Flinders Petrie give a lecture on April 16 before the Royal Society, Edinburgh, upon the result of his recent archaeclogocal excavation and researches in Egypt, which ...

    Article : 1,881 words
  5. MASONIC.

    DUEE OF LEINSTER LODGE, NO. 363 I.C.— A dustinguished company of over 170 Fresmasons graced the function of the installation of Brother William Pope as W.M. of this ...

    Article : 499 words
  6. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Misses Vincent and Cummins, the Australian organizers for the W.C.T.U., began a mission here on Monday last. In the evening they conducted service at the Bantist Church, ...

    Article : 315 words
  7. OLD-TIME MEMORIES.

    To the rapidly thinning band of old colonists, and especially to those who have had associations with medicine and medical men, a recent Government Gazelle must ...

    Article : 1,775 words
  8. PROSCRIBED LECTURES AND LECTURERS.

    Among the Literary Societies of the city is one at North Adelaide entitled the Christ Church Young Men's Club, which is in the habit of inviting prominent men to deliver at ...

    Article : 850 words
  9. MILDURA.

    The arrival of the steamers invincible (from Swim Hill) and William Davis (from Echuca) with full cargoes has once more opened the up-river season. The rise is ...

    Article : 2,468 words
  10. THE POPE'S LETTER TO THE ENGLISH PEOPLE.

    Sir—Yesterday I sat by the seashore, and a little lad played beside me; he made a figure of wet Band, called it Goliath, struck it with his tiny hand, and then strutted proudly ...

    Article : 1,360 words
  11. EXPORTATION OF POULTRY TO ENGLAND.

    Sir—I lament the face that there should have been an English expert in Adelaide at the time I read my paper before the South Australian Poultry Society who did not avail ...

    Article : 522 words
  12. DEATH OF MISS VIOLET VARLEY.

    By the lamented death of Miss Violet Varley, which took place at. Hotham-street, East Melbourne, on Sunday evening (days the Arqus). the Australian stage loses one of the ...

    Article : 767 words
  13. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    WALEERVILLE. June 4—Present—All except Mr. McDowell. Tenders accepted for forming and metalling roads. Lower Gilberton, J. Porter and E Reedwan, at £3 and £2 17s 6d. per chain ...

    Article : 353 words
  14. THE NORTH ADELAIDE ELECTION

    The Returning Officer for the North Adelaide electorate (Colonel Mathews) received the following nominations on Wednesday for the vacancy in the House of Assembly caused ...

    Article : 174 words
  15. PARLIAMENT.

    Sir—I heartily trust the Ministry will have a successful session, and that the Opposition will in no way attempt to jump their claim. A change of Ministry will be of to benefit to ...

    Article : 385 words
  16. Advertising

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    Advertising : 205 words
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