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  2. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN HOMING ASSOCIATION.

    A meeting of the South Australian Hog Pigeon Association was held at the Terminus Hotel on Monday evening, when the Vice-Chairman (Mr. W. H. Bollen) presided. Correspondence received ...

    Article : 465 words
  3. LAW COURTS.

    J. R. Coory v. S. J. Attiah.—On August 11 Sir Josiah Symon applied for a rule nisi for a new trial, or that judgment be entered for the defendant. The case in which ...

    Article : 391 words
  4. RIRLE ASSOCIATION MATCHES.

    The annual matches of the National Rifle Association were continued at the Port Adelaide Rifle ranges on Tuesday. The weather conditions were more kindly than ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,143 words
  5. MAN'S AMAZING TO-MORROW.

    When primitive man crept from his warren, threw the long tousled hair from off his eyes, and stood in the sunlight, the world had a far different meaning for him ...

    Article : 3,158 words
  6. POLICE.

    George Baverstock and George Symons acknowledged, having failed to comply with the provisions of the Lights of Vehicles Act, when driving along Grad Junction road on September 15 ...

    Article : 79 words
  7. At Caulfield.

    The weather was showery and cold this morning. The crass was in capital order for galloping. Blent ran a mile in even time, and Recoil a furlong less in lm. 41s. ...

    Article : 257 words
  8. SUPREME COURT ACTIONS.

    The following return to the order of Mr. Blundell (August 26) was laid on the table of the House of Assembly on Tuesday afternoon, showing the number of actions ...

    Article : 574 words
  9. RANDWICK.

    The outer half of the racecourse was at the disposal of trainers This morning, and was m excellent order. Peru carried a light weight over a mile and a quarter in 2in. ...

    Article : 508 words
  10. RURAL INDUSTRIES.

    The first lecture of a course on "Soil culture in relation to dry farming" was delivered at the School of Wines on Tuesday by Mr. A. E. V, Richardson. B.A., ...

    Article : 1,119 words
  11. INSOLVENCY.

    August Frederick Wilhelm Schultz, formerly of Portland Estate, driver; final hearing.—The accountant reported:—"Liabilities, £51; assets £6; deficiency, £45. Schultz was insolvent in ...

    Article : 435 words
  12. MEETING OF COMMONWEALTH COUNCIL.

    The annual meeting of the Commonwealth Council of Rifle Associations of Australia, will be held at the Naval and Military Club this evening. ...

    Article : 139 words
  13. TO-DAY'S RACES AT EPSOM.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 439 words
  14. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    LANGHORNE'S CREEK, September 21.—The riflemen here belonging to the Strathalbyn branch of D.R.C. have been inable to shoot for some time owing to the sandhill drifting away ...

    Article : 368 words
  15. DILUTED MILK.

    At the State Children's Court, on Tuesday afternoon, before Mr.; J. Gordon, S.M., Geroffrey Parks was charged on the information of Inspector J. Simons, of Unley ...

    Article : 328 words
  16. LOCAL.

    ADELAIDE: Thursday, September 21.—judgement Summonses.—Bridgland & Atterton v. C. Thompson, M. T. Quirke v. C. Barry, James Pile c. Reg. Vine, Williams Brothers & Co. v. Gomer ...

    Article : 487 words
  17. PUGNACIOUS WRESTING MATCH.

    What was intended to be a wrestling contest for the championship of Australia culminated in a display of fistcaffs in his Majesty's Theatre on Monday evening ...

    Article : 490 words
  18. CRICKET.

    At the meeting of the B grade committee of the South Australian Cricket Association. held on Tuesday evening, Mr. A. W. Pettitt was re-elected Chairman. The ...

    Article : 62 words
  19. MAGISTRATES.

    NORWOOD: September 21 (before the Mayor Mr. G. H. Prosser. and Ald. R. Phillips).—Alexander Crawford and William Fergusson were each 5/ and costs. 10/. for having impelled their ...

    Article : 289 words
  20. PIGEON RACING.

    Mr. J. T. Wood (secretary of the Hindmarsh Honing Club) reports having received the following telegram from Mr. Baker, of Alice Springs, on Monday:—"Released your pigeons 9 a.m. ...

    Article : 106 words
  21. STOLEN GOODS.

    As a sequel to an assault and robbery case which came before the Adelaide Police Court on Monday. Catherine Jones again appeared before the Bench on Tuesday ...

    Article : 149 words
  22. LAWN TENNIS.

    BUTE, September 21.—After a period of inactivity it has been decided to revive the tennis club. At a meeting held on Saturday evening the following officers were elected:—President, Mr. W. ...

    Article : 87 words
  23. BOXING.

    It has been definitely decided that the boxing contest for the heavyweight championship of the world between Tommy Burns and Jack Johnson shall take place at ...

    Article : 44 words
  24. Advertising

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    Advertising : 114 words
  25. Advertising

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    Advertising : 216 words
  26. FEATHER-WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Frank Thorn and S. Sullivan contested the leather-weight championship of Australia at the Gaiety Theatre to-night. The contest lasted for the full 20 rounds. Thorn ...

    Article : 37 words
  27. FOOTBALL.

    A social to the visiting Adelaide and Suburban team last night was presided over by Aid. Ivey. The Chairman proposed the toast of the "Adelaide and Suburban ...

    Article : 152 words
  28. GOLF.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 77 words
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