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  2. PHYSICAL CULTURE FOR THE YOUNG, I

    A deputation from' the British Science Guild waited upon the Premier (Hon. J. Verran) on Saturday in regard to the adop-tion in South Australia of a system of ...

    Article : 630 words
  3. VETERAN SECRETARY.

    Mr. T.S. Reed, the veteran secretary of the Royal Geographical Society of .South Australia, to-day attains his ninety-third birthday. A representative of The Register ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 561 words
  4. CLAYTON INSTITUTE.

    In connection with tho Clayton Church, .Norwood, there had been funned an institute, and on Saturday, afternoon, the inundation stones of the building were laid ...

    Article : 482 words
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  6. THE PASSING SHOW

    A mysterious woman in black Stood for n few moments in the dock at the Acton Police Court on Wednesday, April 19, and begged to be allowed to keep her name and ...

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  7. IN THE COURTS.

    At the Adelaide Police Court on Saturday (before Messrs. J. . Gordon, S.M., J.' Drennau, and G. J.W. Freeman), George Drimmond, of washington street, Glenelg, ...

    Article : 106 words
  8. CLUB SECRETARY ARRESTED.

    COCKBURN, May 21.—M.C. James are rested John henry Byrne (late Secretary of the Barrier Social Democratic Club) this morning, on a provisional warrant, on a ...

    Article : 86 words
  9. WIFE V. HUSBAND.

    BROKEN HILL MaY 21.—Mr Hawking S.M., to-day gave his. decision in the case in which Annic Abigail, Henry sued her husband , Alexander Davod Hemry, for a ...

    Article : 107 words
  10. THE COUNTRY.

    STRATHALBYN, May 19.—The Federal Government has approved of the purchase of a piece of land for a new post office here, and plans for the braiding have also ...

    Article : 79 words
  11. TRAMWAY EMPLOYES.

    The second annual church parade of the tramway employes, held 'on Sunday, was a great success. Altogether 384 employesparaded, and the procession headed by ...

    Article : 411 words
  12. LAW COURTS.

    The hearing was resumed of the case fir which diaries J. Boswarva, contractor, of, Mile-End, proceeded against Andrew Ferguson, of East Adelaide, for the recovery ...

    Article : 399 words
  13. KADINA RAILWAY STATION.

    KADIXA, May l9.—In the course of his reply to a deputation which waited upon, him a few months ago in reference to the establishment of a central lectric power ...

    Article : 196 words
  14. UNLEY COMPETITIONS.

    Although the Unley competitions have completed 27 nights, extending over five weeks, the public interest is still well maintained. On Saturday evening there ...

    Article : 492 words
  15. A NEW CHURCH.

    The members of the congregation of St. Patrick's parish in Adelaide have decided to erect a new Church in place of St. Patrick's, West terrace. A largely attended ...

    Article : 582 words
  16. ENGINE DRIVER AT PORT

    A deputation, consisting of the members for the district and Mr. E. A. Badcock (grain manager of the South Australian Fanners' Union) waited on the' President ...

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  17. RELIGIOUS.

    The services held under the auspices of the Methodist Church in the public hall at Heuley Beach Since the begiuning of the yrst have so successful that the ...

    Article : 81 words
  18. SUPREME—IN BANCO.

    Tuesday, May 23.—Motion for Exemption from Rules—in the matter of Edward povey, gentieman, motions for Decree Nisi—Margaret Mander ...

    Article : 37 words
  19. INSOLVENCY.

    ADELAIDE.—Tuesday, May 53, at 10 o'clock—(Brfore His Honor Jfr. Commissioner Russell,) First Hearing—John O' Brien, fornerly of seven Hills, near clare, in the state of south Australia ...

    Article : 67 words
  20. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY.

    The Mount Barker auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society has collected £67 during the past year, including £2S interest from the John ...

    Article : 176 words
  21. MAGISTRATES.

    MOUNT BARKEN, May 18.—(Before Mr. J.J. Mackenzie.) —William Millton, of [?] maylands, charged by the police with having used [?] language, was fined 15/. The penalty was ...

    Article : 43 words
  22. POLICE.

    James Brown was charged by Yeta Ackolson with luring stolen » tun leather brief bog, valued at 12/6, on May 19. Mr. C. M. Murhead appeared for defendant. The case was adjourned until ...

    Article : 193 words
  23. TINTNTARA ROADs

    The members for Victoria and Albert presented to the Commissioner of Public Works on Friday a manorial signed by 17 Settlers in the district of Tintanara, ...

    Article : 259 words
  24. DEPUTATIONS.

    On Saturday the members for Burra waited on the Minister of Education (Hon. P. W. Coneybeer) and presented a numerously Slgned memorial from parents ...

    Article : 146 words
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  27. THE COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE.

    The following announcements in regard to South Australia are made in The Commonwealth Gazette:— Postmaster-General's Department, Receiver of Public Moneva, Joseph Edward Gill appointed ...

    Article : 183 words
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  29. GLENCOE COOPERATIVE C AND B. COMPANY.

    MOOT GAMBIER, May 19.—A meeting of shareholders was held on Monday. Mr. R. Agnow Jun., presided. The memorandum and articles of association were adopted. The names of provisional directors, as follows, were duly recorded:— ...

    Article : 154 words
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