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  2. AUSTRALIAN ART.

    There are on view in the Town Hall Banqueting-room a capital exhibition of pictures from the brush of Mr. Gordon Coutts, who is a well-known artist in Australia. ...

    Article : 798 words
  3. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    "N.N"-We regret that we cannot accept your verses. "Subscriber."—First avenue, East Adelaide, and Fulbain respectively. ...

    Article : 501 words
  4. PERSONAL NOTES FROM LONDON. r

    That talented and enterprising young South Australian artist, Mr.R. Hayley Lever, is already meeting with recognition at the hands of [?] in the Most ...

    Article : 3,556 words
  5. S.A. BUSH CONTINGENT.

    After a fortnight's sojourn at Vredefort, where we had outpost duty day and night, we were glad to move a couple of miles eastward. for the smell of dead animals ...

    Article : 2,195 words
  6. EARTHQUAKES IN THE SOUTH SEAS.

    Captain P. Tormaros, coast pilot on the Nord-Deutscher Lloyd Steamer Munchen, has given some interesting information of successive earthquakes at Hebertshohe. ...

    Article : 452 words
  7. SOLDIERS' LETTERS.

    Lieutenant S. A- White, of our Imperial Bushmen's Corps,.in an interesting letter, after detailing incidents connected with the pursuit of De Wet, remarks:—"We had ...

    Article : 2,813 words
  8. RITUALISM.

    The Church of England Assembly sat till late to-night to conclude the debate on the motion or the Rev.D.M. Berry—"That, in the Opinion of his Assembly the ...

    Article : 156 words
  9. EFFECTIVE-VOTING LEAGUE.

    The fifth annual meeting of the voting League was held at the Co-operative Hall on Monday evening. The President, Miss C.H. Spence Occupied the Chair and ...

    Article : 1,291 words
  10. A CHAPTER OF FATALITIES.

    The following fatal accidents were reported to-day:—John Hanna White, a railway fettler, while travelling on a tricycle between two stations in the Bathurst ...

    Article : 168 words
  11. CORPORATIONS.

    Present—The Mayor (Mr. J. H. Mattingly) and Councillors Phillips, Storey, Blewett, Solomon, Dankel, Schnabel, Bailey, and Essery.— The Unley and Hindmarsh Councils Intimated that they ...

    Article : 383 words
  12. AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS.

    The Premier received a cable message from Cape Town to-day stating that Troopers Wynn and Wall had been slightly wounded; Troopers Pehy, Elerline, and ...

    Article : 458 words
  13. A SLANDER PROSECUTION.

    In the District Court to-day John Hayes sued Joseph Creer, Superintendent of the Labour Bureau, for £100 damages for al­leged slander. The words complained of ...

    Article : 119 words
  14. A WARSHIP MYSTERY.

    A cutter belonging to the warship Mildura, which left for the Cook Group with the Governor on board on Sunday week, has been picked up on the coast near Wellington. ...

    Article : 80 words
  15. Hindmarsh: Monday. October 8.

    Present-The Mayor, Mr. C. R. Hocking, Councillors Blight, Brown, Ellis, King, Medwell, and Sedley. Mr. E. G. Mitton, Secretary of the Hindmarsh Combined Choirs asking the Corporation for ...

    Article : 513 words
  16. PLAGUE IN QUEENSLAND.

    After an interval of twenty-four days ano­ther case of plague has been reported at Brisbane. The patient is Lucy Stone, aged seven weeks, residing at Boggo-road, south ...

    Article : 62 words
  17. Advertising

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    Advertising : 475 words
  18. SEMAPHORE: Monday. October 8.

    Present-The Mayor (Mr. K. Branford), Councillors Biglands, Holthousc, Yeo, Hains, Lambert, Evans, Henley, Wald, Morris, and Todd.—An applications from Mr. W. L. Dickson to have the ...

    Article : 205 words
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