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  3. THE GENERAL ELECTIONS.

    At the Co-operative Hall on Friday evening Mr. Henry Taylor addressed a large assembly of East Adelaide elector, including a good proportion of ladies. Mr. C. Proud was voted ...

    Article : 855 words
  4. CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNIVERSITIES.

    A meeting of special interest was held on Friday evening at the University. There was a representative audience of the Council, Senate and students. The Cheneellor His ...

    Article : 1,141 words
  5. THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL BOARD.

    The members of the Government had a Cabinet meeting on Friday morning, when the Hospital affair was further discussed, but neither the Premier nor the Chief Secretary has any ...

    Article : 808 words
  6. THE EXPORT TRADE.

    In his speech in formally opening the Congress of Southern Bureaus at Strathalbyn on Thursday the Minister of Education, Hon Dr. Cockburn said he was told that there was ...

    Article : 367 words
  7. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The second annual meeting of the Gawler Starr-Bowkett Society was held at the Institute on Wednesday evening, the Chairman of Directors. Mr. E. Potter in the chair. The ...

    Article : 712 words
  8. YACHTING NOTES.

    The Holdfast Bay Yacht club will bring its 1895-96 programme to a close this afternoon with a race for all yachts on the club's register. The course in from a buoy off Glenely Jetty around buoy ...

    Article : 511 words
  9. THE RIVER MURRAY.

    After leaving the Nairne Railway Station, on the way to Murray Bridge, the endless monotony of country through to the flats provokes an enquiry as to how the occupiers ...

    Article : 2,250 words
  10. THE LIVE-CATTLE TRADE.

    Referring to the disastrous results of the shipment of live cattle by the Angers, which left Gladstone, Queensland, on November 22, with 381 bullocks on board, and arrived at ...

    Article : 402 words
  11. FOOTBALL

    WEST ADELAIDE CLUB.—The annual general meeting of the West Adelaide Foot all Club was held at the Bristol Tavern on March 24. Mr. E. L. Batchelor. M.P. presided over a large and ...

    Article : 1,159 words
  12. INVENTION AND PATENTS.

    Mr. W. H. Coward has applied for and obtained South Australian letters patent for an invention for improvements in apparatus for concentrating grinding or classifying ...

    Article : 542 words
  13. METHODIST UNION' IN ZEALAND.

    Practically the first United Methodist Conference in Australasia was concluded in Auckland last week. Members of the Conference preached on three successive Sundays in the ...

    Article : 376 words
  14. THE ENGINEERS AND BOILERMAKERS' STRIKE.

    There is no changes in the position here. Both aides appear to be firm and there seems to ba little prospect of an early termination of the trouble, Messrs. Martin & Co are known ...

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  15. LITTLE DINGERA (Queensland), MARCH 20.

    Rain has fallen in various parts of the district lately, but the showers have been so isolated that they were of little benefit. I don't know what the unfortunate pastoralists ...

    Article : 398 words
  16. YORKE'S PENINSULA.

    Mr? William Gordon, of Hume-street, Adelaide, announced this morning that he is a candidate for the above district at the ensuing elections. ...

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  17. OUR BOYS' INSTITUTE EASTER CAMP.

    On Thursday evening a large crowd of boys assembled in the reading-room and gymnasium of Our Beys' institute for final instructions with reference to the forthcoming camp. The ...

    Article : 374 words
  18. APPLICATIONS.

    4196. Improvements in appliances for drawing kerosine or other liquid from tins or such-like receptacles, A. M. Simpson. 4197. Improvements in race ...

    Article : 73 words
  19. THE RELIGIOUS EDUCATIONAL REFERENDUM.

    A well attended public meeting was held on Thursday evening in St. Michael's Hall Mitcham. Mr. R. Thornber presided. The Rev. F. W. Samwell dealt exhaustively with ...

    Article : 362 words
  20. A STEABIER FOR THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TRADE.

    After a career extending over about eighteen years in the Portland, Belfast, and Warrnambool trade, the well-known steamer Dawn has been [?] and withdrawn from that service. She ...

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  21. FREE EDUCATION AND THE CAPITATION GRANT.

    Sir—I read with very much interest the account of your "interview with Archbishop O'Reily." One cannot but be struck with, the very broad view His Grace takes of the ...

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  22. THE "PROFESSOR DAVIS" MANSLAUGHTER CASE.

    The trial of Joseph Alfred Davis, known as "Professor Davis," on a charge of manslaughter was continued to-day before Mr. Justice Holroyd. The charge was that Davis ...

    Article : 140 words
  23. THE MINIMUM WAGE QUESTION.

    The Sydney Daily Telegraph of February 1 published the following letter from the Secretary of the Iron Trades Council to the Minister for Works:—"I am directed by the from ...

    Article : 448 words
  24. THE PREMIER—EXAMPLE TO YOUNG MEN.

    Sir.—There seems to be one result of Mr. Kingston's unmitigated caddishness that has not yet been touched upon by his admirers and that is the moral effect his conduct may ...

    Article : 577 words
  25. AN EXPLANATION WANTED.

    Sir—Surely your reporter made a mistake in his account of the meeting at Noarlunga on Monday, 23rd inst. when he said that the shameful slander upon Dr. Way was cheered ...

    Article : 276 words
  26. SHOCKING UNDERGROUND ACCIDENTS.

    A fatal mining accident occurred at Cue on Wednesday, the victim being a miner named Peter Degan, who was jammed to death between the gave and one of the sides of the ...

    Article : 148 words
  27. THE HOSPITAL TROUBLE.

    Sir—The welfore of the Adelaide Hospital has arrived as such a pass that I think it is absolutely necessary that the modern method of arranging international questions should be ...

    Article : 447 words
  28. MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.

    Present—The Mayor Mr. W. Kelly, J.P. Councillors Donoghue, Bunnett, Reed, Spratt, and Walsh Town Clerk to write J. W. Reynolds and A. Sawatzki, requesting them to proceed with their ...

    Article : 93 words
  29. THE SINGLE TAX "RED VAN."

    Mr. J. D. Sutherlands, President of the Single Tax League, writer:—"The Conductor of the South Australian Red Van, Mr. Baxter, was going through Tauunda with the van on ...

    Article : 374 words
  30. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    WEST TORRENS, March 18.—Present—Crs. Rowell chair, Streeter, Gray, Wilkes, and Prettejohn. Woodville District Council wrote re works at Fulham Bridge and Henley Beach road ...

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  31. THE GOVERNMENT AND MR. TOM COWARD.

    Sir—The Hen. C. C. Kingston still goes on trying to make the public believe that any person thai differs from his one-sided policy does it out of spire because the Premier has ...

    Article : 371 words
  32. TEE HOSPITAL BOARD AND THE PREMIER.

    Sir—So Mr. Kingston has apologized Well. I am glad. The fact will materially nullify what I intended to say at the Town Hall meeting. Buy what a[?] Why does't ...

    Article : 130 words
  33. CONCILIATION BOARD.

    Sir—On Monday you had a paragraph saying it was rumoured that Mr. Justice Bundey had resigned his position as President of this Board. The public should know ...

    Article : 91 words
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