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  2. THE TRAMWAYS QUESTION.

    Sir—Mr. C. G. Gurr writes himself dows as a "friend of Snow's Bill," and his faculty for self-contradiction is notorious. In paragraph 1 of his letter he says it was "quite ...

    Article : 396 words
  3. PERSONAL NOTES FROM ENGLAND.

    Among other passengers by the Australia were Mr. Joshua, formerly of Adelaide, the Sultan of Johore and suite, and the Bishop of Uganda. The Sultan. who is a ...

    Article : 4,034 words
  4. RELIGIOUS.

    Y.M.C.A.—A good attendance of young men interested in the proposed educational evening classes assembled at the Y.M.C.A. parlours on Wednesday evening. Mr. C. ...

    Article : 135 words
  5. THE ROYAL VISIT.

    The Staff office notifies, in connection with the distribution of South African war medals by the Duke of Cornwall on July 13, to members of South Australian ...

    Article : 1,033 words
  6. THE STORM.

    A search was made to-day by the police from Point Hughes, south of Moonta, to north of Tickera. A coastline of 40 miles was examined, but no trace whatever of the ...

    Article : 166 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 76 words
  8. A FAMOUS 'CELLIST.

    At least two of the musical prodigies of some years ago have survived the test of time. Their names are among the most illustrious of present day musicians—Mr. ...

    Article : 954 words
  9. LITERARY SOCIETIES.

    Woodville.—An interesting lecture on "The army of the interior" or "The captured microbe," was delivered by Dr. C. Bollen at a meeting of the Woodville Literary Society on Tuesday evening. ...

    Article : 267 words
  10. ACCIDENT TO THE GABO.

    The steamer Gabo, of Howard, Smith, and Sons, Ltd., had a narrow escape from serious disaster on her voyage from the eastern states. She left Sydney direct for ...

    Article : 403 words
  11. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    "The Bushman's Song."—Not suited to our columns. ' "F. E. D."—The names of correspondents are given to us in confidence, and we ...

    Article : 1,008 words
  12. DISTRICT COUNCIL NOMINATIONS.

    BEACHPORT.—For Councillor—M. White, T. McCourt, jun., P. Fitzgerald, J. Doran, W. Jarrett, and T. P. Smith. For Auditor—W. Rossell, R. G. Millhouse, and F. G. Dodge. ...

    Article : 204 words
  13. To the Editor.

    Sir—Entering on this discussion I had solely in view the difference between private enterprise and Government management. The former struck me as the more ...

    Article : 360 words
  14. THE JESSIE DARLING STRANDED.

    On Wednesday Messrs. John Darling and Son received a message from their agent at Smoky Bay to the effect that their steamer Jessie Darling had dragged her anchor ...

    Article : 141 words
  15. A TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY.

    sir—Kindly allow me a few words in reply to "A. Rutter Clarke" on this question. I have given considerable attention to it, and am satisfied that for many vears ...

    Article : 525 words
  16. THE RAINFALL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,342 words
  17. TOTALIZATOR FRACTIONS.

    "Anil David longed, and said—'Oh, that one would give me drink of the water of the well of Bethlehem?' And the three mighty men broke through the post of the Philistines and drew water ...

    Article : 1,007 words
  18. THE FLOODS AT PORT ADELAIDE.

    The Adelaide fire engine continued pumping water from Messrs. D. &. W. Murray's bond at Port Adelaide throughout Tuesday night. Early in the ...

    Article : 231 words
  19. EDUCATION IN THE COUNTRY.

    Sir—In a recent letter in your columns, Mr. Burgoyne, M.P., remarked incidentally that the proportion of dwellers in towns to that of dwellers in the country was too ...

    Article : 1,047 words
  20. SMALLPOX

    Miss Alice Berry, the smallpox patient on Torrens Island, is the second daughter of Mr. John Berry, of Port Pirie. Miss Berry had been visting an uncle at Menzies, ...

    Article : 66 words
  21. THE AUSTRAL.

    The R.M.S. Austral, of the Orient Line, which has been detained at Largs Bay in consequence of the rough weather preventing the transference of mails and Adelaide ...

    Article : 68 words
  22. THE ROYAL VISIT.

    Sir—As another of the thousands referred to by "G. C. S." I protest against the use of Victoria Park for the review. No doubt the arrangements are splendid ...

    Article : 243 words
  23. PROFESSOR LOWRIE.

    At the meeting of the Angasten Branch Agricultural Bureau held on Saturday. June 15, the following resolution was unanimously carried:—"That this bureau, ...

    Article : 69 words
  24. A REMINISCENCE.

    "T. Best," Burra, writes:—"Reading in 'The Register' of the recent high tide at Port Adelaide reminded me of olden days at the Port when it was not so smart a ...

    Article : 1,791 words
  25. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS.

    Sir—Many will go further than, Mr. J. W. Bruce in his letter of June 14, on the result of payment to members of Parliament and say that it has been a curse ...

    Article : 580 words
  26. CYCLING.

    Adelaide Club Dinner.—The ninth annual dinner was held at Miss Martin's rooms on Wednesday evening. The engagement is recognised as one of the most important in clubland, and there was, ...

    Article : 747 words
  27. To the Editor.

    Sir—It is funny to notice the people of North. Adelaide—because I will bet that most of the protesting correspondents come from there—objecting in the review being ...

    Article : 91 words
  28. THE NORTHERS TERRITORY.

    Sir—In the circumstances it is for the present financial benefit of this state to transfer the Northern Territory to Federal Australia but the circumstances are ...

    Article : 388 words
  29. To the Editor.

    Sir—The action of the military authorities in trying to get so much work out of the members of the reserve forces for so little pay during the coming celebrations ...

    Article : 108 words
  30. To the Editor.

    Sir—I wish to add my protest to the action of the authorities in holding the review as Victoria Park. The companies in order to march up the straight have ...

    Article : 202 words
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