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  2. MISS SPENCE ON HER TRAVELS.

    My last letter to the Register was sent via Vancouver a week ago, aud was written from a farm in Illinois. This week has been spent by me in attending the Suffrage and ...

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  3. THE PASTORAL INDUSTRY.

    Sir—Allow me to make a few suggestions as to what may, will, and must eventually prove the cure for the present deplorable state of the pastoral industry—a cure which is alone in the ...

    Article : 1,229 words
  4. PROVINCIAL NEWS.

    A large public meeting, convened by the Branch Homestead League, was held last night to hear the Hon. A. A. Kirkpatrick, M.L.C., and Messrs. Cock, M.P., Wood, M.P. ...

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  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    Signor da Beaupuis and Miss Bessie Doyle attracted a large number of people to the Town Hall on Saturday night. Their Excellencies the Governor and the ...

    Article : 923 words
  6. FAIR AT THE SEMAPHORE.

    A "red-cross fair" took place at St. Margaret's Convalescent Home, Semaphore, on Saturday, under the patronage of His Excellency the Governor. The fair ...

    Article : 299 words
  7. REVIEWS.

    "THE GREAT BARRIER REEF OF AUSTRALIA, its Products and Potentialities. By W. Saville-Kent, F.L.S., F.Z.S. W. H. Allen and Co., Limited, London. ...

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  8. AN INCREASED ALL-ROUND LAND TAX.

    Sir—I was sorry to see that Mr. McPherson's amendment for an all-round tax was not better supported, but I can see one or two particular reasons why it was not so. Firstly, there were ...

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  9. A TRAGIC DEATH.

    The body of a man, name unknown, was found on a snag in the river at Stony Steps, three miles down the stream, this morning. The deceased had on a Merino guernsey ...

    Article : 127 words
  10. ADELAIDE SKATING RINK.

    The Adelaide Skating Rink was well patronised on Saturday, when the season was clewed. There will be a special session to-night for a benefit to Mr. F. T. Norris, who is so ...

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  11. MR. RICHARDS AND THE REFORM CONFERENCE.

    Sir—I generally read the letters of Mr. J. Richards with considerable pleasure, even when I cannot wholly agree with him, for I recognise him as one who has performed ...

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  12. FIRST LOAD OF NEW WHEAT.

    The first load of the new season's wheat, which was reaped on the farm of Mr. W. Crittenden, Baroota, on Thursday, was brought into Port Germein this morning, and ...

    Article : 65 words
  13. A THUNDERBOLT.

    Yesterday morning a thunderbolt fell in Mr. Kelly's paddock at Merriton, making a hole five inches across. Dust was seen suddenly to rise, followed by smoke. The curiosity is ...

    Article : 54 words
  14. OCEAN MALL SERVICE.

    The Australia left Suez, outward bound, on the afternoon of October 12. ...

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  15. TUBERCULOSIS AND ACTINOMYCOSIS.

    Sir—Having noticed that two infectious stock diseases have been rife in the south-eastern portion of this colony, viz., tuberculosis and actinomycosis. I thought perhaps some of ...

    Article : 882 words
  16. WOOLBUYERS.

    Sir—In your remarks anent the present dispute in the wool trade in your commercial reports of the 13th inst. you stigmatize woolbuyers as "excitable and explosive from the ...

    Article : 117 words
  17. THE BLJOU THEATRE.

    That honest old Hibernian stock patriotic piece, Beucicault's "Arrah-na-Pogue," racy of the soil, which has been played so often by good, had, and indifferent companies, that ...

    Article : 379 words
  18. THE LAST BREAK.

    The "circuit's failed," the signal rang, Get out your tackle and gear, And speed ye zealous watchers all, Perhaps the fault is near. ...

    Article : 128 words
  19. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—Your loader and articles in the Register lately ought to be read and pondered over by every thinking man in South Australia, and ought to show those faddists, land-taxers, the ...

    Article : 780 words
  20. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    SOUTH BHINE, October 9.—Present—All. C. Nitschke complained of number of rabbits on J. Heggie's land, Clerk to inform Mr. Heggie that if he did not immediately destroy same proceedings ...

    Article : 578 words
  21. ITALIAN OPERA SEASON.

    The prime-donns of the new Italian Opera Company (Mdile. Italia Del Torre) is a gifted artists, who at an early age achieved success amongst operatic performers. She was born ...

    Article : 363 words
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  23. FIRE AT PENOLA.

    A fire broke out at Darwent's Royal Oak Hotel on Saturday evening. Some persons standing outside the hotel saw a sudden flash of light through one of the windows ...

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