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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Rev. W. H. Evans has been conducting a temperance crusade this week, concluding with a lecture in the Baptist Church last evening. The attendance, which bad been ...

    Article : 50 words
  3. ANGLO-COLONIAL GOSSIP.

    Mr. Flayford left for Canada on June 9. On his return his debut at the Drawing-room is looked forward to with much interest. It is currently reported here that ...

    Article : 1,792 words
  4. THE BANQUET.

    In the evening a banquet, at which ladies were present, was held in the Town Hall. Mr. E. G. Hunt; carried out the duties of caterer in a very creditable manner, and on all sides ...

    Article : 2,332 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    A very appreciative audience, which included a well-attended dress-circle, assembled at the Theatre Royal on Saturday evening, when Mr. Lenmane's English Opera Company ...

    Article : 485 words
  6. DEEPENING THE PORT ADELAIDE RIVER.

    The important work of deepening the Port Adelaide River to 23 ft. at low water, begun nearly five years ago, is almost completed. The dredger is at present at work at the ...

    Article : 1,525 words
  7. THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS.

    One of the passengers on the steamer Gabo which reached Port Adelaide on Sunday afternoon was Captain Begelhole, the well-known mining expert. who is on his way from ...

    Article : 1,008 words
  8. WALLAROO, JULY 13.

    A social in connection with the Wesleyan Church was held on Thursday evening. The choir rendered several anthems and "Fisk" pieces with credit. There were also several ...

    Article : 162 words
  9. INTERVIEW WITH SIR WILLIAM ROBINSON.

    Sir William 0. F. Robinson, G.C.M.G., Governor of Western Australia, who ban been on a visit to Melbourne, where he wit the Client of Lord and Lady Hopetown, returned ...

    Article : 1,324 words
  10. CYCLORAMA AND ROYAL TRINOPTICAN.

    Another successful week has been added to the records of this charming place of entertainment. This is the last week of the scenes illustrating the career of Napoleon after the ...

    Article : 115 words
  11. ROBE, July 14.

    A football match between the junior teams of Robe and Kingston was played here to-day in a hailstorm, and resulted in a win for the home team, the scores being:—Robe, 2 goals ...

    Article : 51 words
  12. TRIAL OF PUMPING MACHINERY

    On Saturday morning a trial took place opposite the Tug Company's Yard, Birken-head, of some new pumping machinery which the Company has just imported for use in case ...

    Article : 629 words
  13. MINING NEWS.

    At the Baker's Creek Mine the reel on No. 9 level is 8 in. wide, carrying fair gold. The stopes at the back of No. 2 winze of No. 8 level and at the back of No. 4 level on the Big Reef ...

    Article : 111 words
  14. BENDIGO AND BALLARAT MINING.

    The Bendigo share market has been quiet during the week, but improved greatly yesterday. The prospects of the goldfield ere encouraging, and in the early future a more ...

    Article : 172 words
  15. BIJOU THRATRE.

    It is evident that at the start of its fifth week Hudson's Surprise Party bas lost none of its popularity, for another house, crowded to overflowing. filled the walls of the Bijiou on ...

    Article : 517 words
  16. BULLION RETURNS.

    No. 1 NORTH GLANMIRE.—July 14:—Wished up 390 torn for 040 oz. of gold. A dividend of 1s. is payable July 21. ELEANORA.—Fortnight:—238 tons crashed for 73 ...

    Article : 47 words
  17. MISCELLANEOUS.

    NEW FIND AT NORTH YALGO.—A correspondent writes to us from Goraldton, Western Australia, on July 2 as follows:— "I have just arrived from the new find ...

    Article : 498 words
  18. WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE IN AMERICA.

    A letter from Kansas in the Christian Pioneer for July 5 contains the following:— 'Women suffrage is the issue in Kansas at present, as it as also in New York and ...

    Article : 485 words
  19. CHESS.

    On friday evening, July 13, a special meeting of those talking part in this tourney was held at the Indian Tearooms, Rundle-street, in order to enable Black and Parker and Goldsmith and Watt t ...

    Article : 663 words
  20. TOWN HALL.

    No doubt the bleak wintry weather on Saturday evening affected the the attendance at the Town Hall, when the talented all-round Payne family gave their farewell concert. A ...

    Article : 426 words
  21. S.A. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The Mayor of Adelaide (Mr. C. Willcox) gave a complimentary social to the members and friends of the S. A. Commercial Travellers and Warehousemen's Association. ...

    Article : 528 words
  22. QUORN FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

    A.O.F. COURT QUORN.—The following brothers were installed as officers for the unsuing half-year:—C.R., J. Burton; S.C.R., H. Hewett: Secretary. J. Kennedy: E.S., ...

    Article : 315 words
  23. Advertising

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    Advertising : 220 words
  24. ONCE MORE IN OLD ENGLAND.

    Arrived at Tilbury last Friday, April 27, ex Ophir. Our doctor and his wife on board bad a boy with a cough. I told his wife I'd an Australian cure for colds ...

    Article : 81 words
  25. RAILWAY FROM LAURA TO HAMMOND.

    A public meeting was held in the Town Hall last evening to consider tbo question of further railway extension in the north. The Mayor (Mr. W. Heithersay) occupied the ...

    Article : 239 words
  26. FILLIS'S CIRCUS AND MENGERIE

    "Ye olefawnte boweth not the knees," quaintly says an old writer, "he hath no joyntes inne hys bebyod legges nor innc those thatte be in fronte." and even Shakspeare ...

    Article : 477 words
  27. THE BEST AND PUREST COCOA

    The Medical Annual says—"The name 'Cadbury on any packet of Cacea is guarantee of purity. The popular beverage for all seasons. mwfc ...

    Article : 20 words
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