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  2. AT THE HIGH SCHOOL.

    Mr. Peter Board, M.A. (Director of Education in New South Wales) was in Adelaide on Friday. He had been visiting Broken Hill, in connection with the ...

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  3. ATTRACTIVE READING.

    In attractive selection of reading is provided in Saturday's Journal and every one will find something of special interest in its columns. An illustrated article deals with ...

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  4. IDENTITIES AT THE SHOW.

    His Excellency the Governor is indefatigable where, anything connected with the producing and manufacturing interests is concerned. Every morning throughout ...

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  5. THE BOYS' BRIGADE.

    The twenty-fifth annual report of the committee of the Boys' Brigade states:—"During the past year we have again reaped the benefits of the generous legacies left ...

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  6. GENEROUS CONSTITUENTS.

    Mr. Peter Allen, M.P. member for the district of Wallaroo, received a unique honour at the hands of a number of his constituents on Friday afternoon. The ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 436 words
  7. PASTORALIST KILLED.

    On Thursday afternoon Mr. P. L. Killicoat, of Abberton Park, was found lying unconscious on the road not far from his own rate, with cuts on the head and ...

    Article : 314 words
  8. SUMMER-WINTER.

    During the 48 hours ended at 8 a.m. on Friday the climatic conditions in South Australia underwent a violent change, which established for the Clerk of the ...

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  9. CONCERNING PEOPLE.

    His Excellency the Governor gave a dinner party at Government House on .Friday evening. The following were the invited guests:—Sir Lancelot and Lady Stirling ...

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  10. PORT ADELAIDE CUSTOMS SYSTEM.

    Ever since the present customs system of passing entries at the wharfs was instituted at Port Adelaide, the importers and Agents' Association hus been endeavouring ...

    Article : 190 words
  11. AUSTRALIANS WHO DIED IN AFRICA.

    The Secretary of the South Africans' Graves Fund I Mm. A. Robinson) has received from South Africa the annual report from the graves committee, stating that ...

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  12. DISTRICT COUNCILS AND LAND VALUES ASSESSMENT.

    At the annual meeting of the Local Government Association on Friday the Secretary (Mr. J. D. Woods) informed the representatives that a special feature of the ...

    Article : 106 words
  13. ADVISER OF MINISTERS.

    Mr. A. W. Smart, for many years Collector of Customs in Victoria, appeared before the Minister for Customs to-day as a member of a deputation from the fruit-growing industry, in which he is now ...

    Article : 216 words
  14. COUNTRY RAILWAY STATIONS.

    Recently the attention of the Railways Commissioner was directed to Hie hours at which some of the country railway stations were closed. It was contended that the ...

    Article : 129 words
  15. TWENTY-FOUR HOURS' RAINFALL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 668 words
  16. R. L. S. ON CIGARETTE SMOKING.

    Sir H. T. Butlin's good word for the eigarette would have left Stevenson cold (buys The Westminster Gazette). He would have pulled away just as contentedly ...

    Article : 135 words
  17. WATTLE DAY LEAGUE.

    The first annual meeting of the Wattle Day league will be held in this Mayor's parlour on Monday evening, and it id hoped that the public will respond ta the request ...

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  18. A HASTY GOVERNMENT.

    "The postmaster here was renewed the other day for incivility to the patrons of the office," said the landlord of the tavern at Porkville, Ark. "You sec, Lafe ...

    Article : 158 words
  19. NAUGHTY PARROT.

    Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, the suffragette leader, tells this story of a forgiving wife. used to know a married pair," she says, "of whom the wife was a devoted and ...

    Article : 149 words
  20. LABOURITES AT OUTER HARBGHT.

    On Friday morning the delegates to the Labour Party Conference, which has been holding its annual sitting in Adelaide this week, were the guests of the Government ...

    Article : 123 words
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  22. AN ANGEL AND AN IRISHMAN.

    General Carter, who went to Texas in command of the regulars sent South for the maneuvres along the Mexican border, tells this story of an old Irish soldier. The ...

    Article : 181 words
  23. DANGERS OF BREVITY.

    Unfortunate conjunction^ on the contents tills of newspapers, of one of which we were guilty the other day (says The Westminster Gazette) have given rise to a good ...

    Article : 173 words
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  26. FIRST AID ON THE FOOTPLATE.

    The Railways Commissioner has received a report from the District Locomotive Superintendent (Mr. W. Miller) regarding an accident that occurred ...

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  27. NEW TREATMENT FOR CONSUMPTION.

    Yet another successful treatment of consumption is claimed to have been discovered at Thornton, near Bradford, Yorks. At this place (says The Sanitary Record) Mr. ...

    Article : 203 words
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