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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 25 words
  3. SOCIAL ROUND.

    The board of management of the Maison de Danse. Glenelg, have issued invitations for this (Monday) evening to the first of a series of dances to be held in ...

    Article : 38 words
  4. FREE KINDERGARTEN.

    The growing attention which is terns paid to the educational, needs of little children augurs well for the future of the race. This cause hag no greater ...

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  5. IN THE COURTS.

    Three charges were preferred against Joseph Henry Slater, by his wife at the Adelaide Police Court on Saturday morning. Mr. C. J. Coventry, for the wife ...

    Article : 74 words
  6. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    On Saturday morning nominations were received for vacancies in the district councils throughout the State. As usual, there were many elected unopposed and where nominations ...

    Article : 119 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 75 words
  8. RACES AT VICTORIA PARK.

    The weather on Saturday afternoon was perfect out of doors, and there was a large attendance at the race meeting held at Victoria Park by the S.A. Licensed ...

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  9. ALLEGED WIFE DESERTER.

    Arrested on a provisional warrant on a charge of having deserted his wile at Rich mond, Victoria, on April 7, John R Furness was remanded until Thursday ...

    Article : 57 words
  10. WALKERVILLE.

    The fallowing were, elected unopposed:—Walkerville Ward—Reginald Ernest Bailey Pilkington. North Walkerville Ward—Louis Hugo Muccke. Medindle Ward—Horace Gilbert Wilcox ...

    Article : 33 words
  11. COURSING.

    Centipede v. Sunshine Boy, Poodna v. Lady Nalles, Parting chief v. Beetle, Red Lady v. Flying Dargoo, Lady Kerry v. Queen Prize, Cloth of Gold v. Top Special, Hapale Speed ...

    Article : 43 words
  12. A LOST OVERCOAT

    A remand on bail until Tuesday was granted Frederick Roy Bailey, who was charged at the Adelaide Police Court on Saturday morning with having on June 12 ...

    Article : 55 words
  13. YATALA SOUTH.

    Central Ward—percival [?] elected). Central No. 1—Wesley Garland (reelected). East Ward No. 1—David Rowe (reelected). West Ward—Albert Edward Walter ...

    Article : 50 words
  14. THE WASLEYS MATCH.

    Subsequent to the running of the dog Kingslot at the Wisleys coursing match last week, the condition of the dog was such that the officials of the club decided to send it to ...

    Article : 106 words
  15. MITCHAM.

    Mitcham Ward—Harold Francis Bradey, Alfred John Gurr, and Arthur Alfred Bill. Kingswood Ward—obert Duncan (re-elected). West—bourne Park Ward—George Tideman ...

    Article : 45 words
  16. PILFERED FROM A BUILDING.

    intercepted by Constable Golding of South Adelaide, about five minutes after midnight on Saturday morning, carrying a Kerosine tin of mortar along Warwick ...

    Article : 157 words
  17. WOODVILLE.

    Hilton Ward—William, George Bigueu, Augustus John Lewis Wilson. Hayhurst Ward—William Edwin Grosvenor, William Hercules O'Flaherty Brooklyn Ward—John Fewings. ...

    Article : 92 words
  18. BOXING.

    At the Brisbane stadium on saturday, Albert Lloyd (13.24) outpointed Blackie Miller (131. 3) in 20 uninteresting rounds. Lloyd opened Aggressively and, in close work, used both hands ...

    Article : 78 words
  19. ATHLETICS.

    During the half-time interval of me South Adelaide v. West Adelaide football match at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday afternoon, a mile and a half handicap foot ...

    Article : 264 words
  20. GORDON v. NEWBURY.

    At the stadium on Saturday night, Harry Gordon, of Melbourne, beat J. Newbury, of Sydney in the eleventh round, the referee stopping the content. It teas a willing encounter. ...

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  21. PORT NOARLUNGA.

    East Ward—F. B. Wilson (elected). [?] Ward—F. Halley. Port Noarlunga Ward—A Young (elected). South Ward—George Huntsen, and F.E. Osborne. West Ward—W. Furler ...

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  22. ALLEGED UNLAWFUL POSSESSION

    Charles [?] was remanded Or Mr. E. M. Sabine, P.M., at the Adelaide Police Court on Saturday morning until June IT on a charge oF having been in unlawful ...

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  23. PAYNEHAM.

    Payneham Ward—James Dotten Richadrs (reelected). Joslin Ward—Chares Leatrieie Abbott, Robert Harris Loyd. Wellington Ward— George Hanson Breaker, Robert James Slape ...

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  24. THE NORTH-SOUTH RAILWAY.

    sir—I should be glad it you would allow me to reply briefly to the contentions lately advanced by the advocates of a 3 ft. 6 in gauge line to Darwin. It is ...

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  25. MORE MOTORISTS FINED.

    Charged with Having violated the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, the following defendants were fined by Mr. E. M. Sabine. P.M., at the Adelaide Police ...

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  26. CAMPERLLTOWN.

    Hectorville Ward.—Michael Joseph Daly, Sydney James Melville. Lewton Ward.—Harold Reginald Heading, and John Charles Munchenberg. Paridise Ward.—James C. Lumbers ...

    Article : 10 words
  27. EAST TORRENS.

    Marble Bill Ward—William Thomas cramond (re-elected). Grenhill Ward.—George Prentice (re-elected). For auditor.—Thomas playford Jr. (re-elected). ...

    Article : 12 words
  28. WOOOVILLE.

    Woodville Ward—Henry [?] York Ward—Albert Edward Richardson, William Edward Young. Findon Ward—Richard Owen Evans. Victor Henry Scott, Albert, Park ...

    Article : 44 words
  29. CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The five-mile novice cross-country championship of the State was icon, by Hilton Vaughan (Manly A.A.C. Club) in 3050 at Rose Bay on Saturday. M. J. ...

    Article : 50 words
  30. YATALA NORTH.

    North Ward—Gordon Stanley Jenkins, Andrew Hooper. East Ward—Andrew Thomas Goodall (elected). West Ward—William Woolas Shepherdson. Roland King. Auditor.—Herbert Edwin ...

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  31. Y.M.C.A. JUNIOR HARRIERSS CLUB.

    A large number of members of the Y.M.C.A. Juniors gathered at the home of Mr. A. Cox at Delwich on Saturday afternoon. Thirteen went for a pack run around the foothills, after ...

    Article : 51 words
  32. BURNSIDE.

    Kensington park Ward—Walter Langdon Parsons (elected). Kensington Gardens Ward—John Howard Vanghan (elected). Rose Park Ward—Stephen Carforth Grant (elected). Magill ...

    Article : 56 words
  33. BASEBALL.

    East Torrens and west Torrens teams [?] for the first time this season, the redlegs receiving a forfeit in the first round. The game was played on the Walkerville Oval, and there was ...

    Article : 322 words
  34. CRAFERS.

    Crafers East Ward—William Watts Long, John Richards, Edward Roy Radbone. West Ward—Leslie Arthur Gore Richard Sandercock, Henry. L. Sprigg. Auditor.—Michael ...

    Article : 34 words
  35. ALLEGED GARAGE BREAKING.

    Two brothers, Harold and Stanley Bates, were acused before Mr. E. M. Sabine, P.M., at the Adelaide Police Court on Saturday morning with having broken into ...

    Article : 94 words
  36. PORT GAWLER.

    Councillers.—Edwin Henry Green, Sydney May Willcox. Hansford William Kenner. Auditor.—Alfred Kirpatrick Halliday. (elected). ...

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  37. WALKERVILLE CHURCH HALL

    The ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the church hall at North-East road, Walkerville, which, is attached to the parish of St. Mary's Lower North ...

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  38. LABOUR SECRETARYSHIP.

    During the recent conference of delegates of the Timber Workers Union, the ejection of the nomination of Mr. T. J. Hughes, Labour member for East Perth ...

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  39. SPRINGTON.

    For Councillors.—Albert William Lillecrapp (elected), Johana Reinhold Herbig (elected), Norman Edward Brice (elected), Vincent Reuben Tapscott (informal). Auditor.—Charles Henry ...

    Article : 26 words
  40. ENCOUNTER BAY.

    Encounter Bay ward—G. Battye (elected). Waitpinga Ward—V. A. Dennis (elected), Auditor.—E. R. Bolger, jun. (elected). ...

    Article : 24 words
  41. SUPREME—IN BANCO.

    Tuesday, June 16, at 10.30 a.m.—Motions for Decree Absolute—Abbott v. Abbott, O'Keefe v. O'Keefc, Barry v. Barry. Appeal from Judge's Order on Appeal from Court of Summary ...

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  42. FREELING.

    Gawler Belt Ward—G.H. Bammann (elected). Freeling Ward—J. E. Neldner (elected). Gomeral Ward—H. F. Wehr (elected). Auditor.—M. E. Dallwitz (elected). ...

    Article : 28 words
  43. M.L.C. OLD SCHOLARS' DANCE.

    Twinking red and white lights outlined the entrance gate and college building where the Methodist Ladies College old collegians held their annual dance, on ...

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  44. LOCAL.

    PETERBOROUGH, Thursday. June 11.—(before Mr. W. J. Hinde. S.M. and Messrs Condic and Both).—Wunderlich, Limited, proceeded against the Railways Commissioner for the ...

    Article : 300 words
  45. TALUNGA.

    North Gumerecha Ward—William Henry Cornish, Arno Felix Pontt. Birdwood Want—Adolph Gotthold Kowald, Alan Noel Taylor Arthur Wilhelm Thiele. Auditor.—Albert ...

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  46. LAWN TENNIS.

    OUORN, June 13.—A match between Hawker and Quorn Catholic, teams was played at Hawker on June 8. Results:—8 Burr and B. Wright (Q.) beat Huon and N. Hanna (H.). ...

    Article : 276 words
  47. HIGHERCOMBE.

    For Councillors.—Frank Brealey, William James Scale, Andrew Thomas Wakefield. ...

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  48. VITICULTURISTS CONFER.

    The Federal Viticulturists' Council of Australia, which has concluded its meeting here, was occupied with a consideration of the Wine Export Bounties Act. ...

    Article : 118 words
  49. GILBERT.

    No. 1 Ward—J. Mclnemey (elected). No. 3 Ward—C. J. H. Behn (elected). No. 6 Ward—No nomination. Auditor.—W. P. Knauerhase (elected). ...

    Article : 27 words
  50. CYCLING.

    The Norwood Cycling Club conducted a road event on Saturday afternoon over a 15-mile course, starting and finishing at the Northern Hotel. Enfield. The entrants ...

    Article : 151 words
  51. RHYNIE.

    Rhynie Ward—8. E. wait (elected), wool sheds Ward—W. R. Bowden (elected). Wakefield Ward—No nomination). Auditor.—J.U. Kirk (elected). ...

    Article : 32 words
  52. BILLIARDS.

    The Lindrum brothers finished their match of 18,000 up on Saturday, the final scores being:—Walter Lindrum. 18,000: Fred Lindrum, 17,641. The winner made ...

    Article : 50 words
  53. CLARE.

    White Hut Ward—Claries Neate(elected). Penwortham Ward—Aloysius William Able. Alfred Thomas Duke. Auditor.—Reginald Henry Tilbrook (elected). ...

    Article : 24 words
  54. TEATREE GULLY.

    For Councillors.—Horace Ernest Chamberlain, William Hannaford. Arthur Millar, Archibald D. N. Robertson, Reuben Scadden. For Auditor.—Frederick Eustace Hancock (elected). ...

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  55. KAPUNDA.

    Maryvale Ward—Samuel March (elected). Bethel Ward—William H. Coote (elected), fords Ward—Patrick J. Kerin (elected). For Auditor.—James S. Pearce (elected). ...

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  56. LATE COMMERCIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 85 words
  57. SAVAGE ATTACK ON A GIRL.

    A savage attack was made on Mrs. Matilda Hutchings, a young woman, of Merri street, Brunswick, as she was leaving home about 9 o'clock on Friday night. ...

    Article : 94 words
  58. MAGISTRATES.

    PETERBOROUGH, Thursday, June 11 (before Messrs. Jones and Clair).—Jack Jenson was charged on the information of Mr. R. Gill, licences of the Junction Hotel, with common ...

    Article : 154 words
  59. BELVIDERE.

    No. 1 Ward—Edward T. Fudge (elected). No. 2 Ward—E. J. Helbig, Stanley Poole. No. 3 Ward—F. W. Siedel (elected). For Auditor.—James S. Pearce (elected). ...

    Article : 30 words
  60. TWENTY MILE RACE.

    The League of torrens wheelman held 8.20 mile race on saturday in which 107 out of 125 entries faced the starter. The race resulted in a very close finish only a wheel separating the ...

    Article : 80 words
  61. HUTT AND HILL RIVERS.

    Bungaree Ward—Francis economy (elected). Hart Ward—Alexander Maitland (elected). Hill River Ward—James Brown Scott (elected). Auditor.—Thomas Henry ...

    Article : 30 words
  62. MOUNT BRYAN.

    Middle Ward—John Robert Barker (elected). West Ward—Arthur Collins (elected). Auditor.—A. A. Jefferies (elected). ...

    Article : 18 words
  63. GOLF.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 215 words
  64. CONCERT AT OLD FOLKS' HOME, MAGILL

    Seventy members of the Adelaide Harmony Society visited the Old Folks' Home at Magill on Saturday evening, and a most enjoyable time for both the, choir and their listenern ...

    Article : 149 words
  65. LATE MINING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 46 words
  66. POLICE.

    Roy money, a sergeant of police, was charged with having been in unlawful possession of a quantity of timber at Colonel Light Gardens on Friday. Mr. K.V. Heggaton (for Mr. H. ...

    Article : 57 words
  67. TEROWIE.

    No. 1 Ward—A. J. Moloony (elected). No. 2 Ward—W. D. Roach (elected). No. 3 Ward—E. M. Jenkins, (elected). No. Ward—J. L. Smith (elected). Auditot—T. Faul ...

    Article : 40 words
  68. BLYTH.

    Councillors—R. A. corsin James Drennan, and E. H. Lanyon. Auditor—L. V. Harmer (elected). ...

    Article : 22 words
  69. Advertising

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  70. ANGASTON.

    South Angaston Ward—G. W. Chinner. W. H. Giles. W. B. Holmes, P. E. Ople, J. Rice, C. W. J. Schlein, W. H. Thorn. Flaxman's Valley Ward—H. P. Zander (elected). Auditor ...

    Article : 39 words
  71. Advertising

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  72. OWEN.

    Councillors—Richard Ashman, John Harkness, Edward Hepburn Hancock. Thomas John Lewrie. Auditor.—Richard Morcom (elected). ...

    Article : 20 words
  73. Advertising

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  74. SNOWTOWN.

    Barunga Ward—M. M. Coffey (elected). Boucant Ward—E. S. Allen. P. B. Ottens. Cameron Ward—J. H. Nicholls (elected). Everard Wand—J. V. Green (informal). Snow. ...

    Article : 41 words
  75. MOUNT GAMBIER EAST.

    O. B. Flat Ward—R. H. Edwards (elected). Yahl Ward—Michael Kenny, A. Patzel, H. C. A. Ruwoldt Mil Lil Ward—G. F. W. Preece (elected). . Mingbool Ward—W. H. Kennedy ...

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  76. MOUNT GAMBIER WEST.

    Blanche Ward—R. F. White (elected), R. S. Stafford (elected). East Ward—A. F. sutton (elected). Central Ward—J. J Kennedy, D. O'Leary. Auditor—D. J. Fraser ...

    Article : 37 words
  77. BENARA.

    Benara Ward—W. Edkins (elected). West Ward—Frank W. Livingston, Albert Stanley Dixon. Auditor.—F. W. Perkins (elected). ...

    Article : 21 words
  78. PORT MacDONNELL.

    macDonnell Ward.—J. E. Perryman (elected). Caroline Ward—Edger Earle (elected). Allendale ward—A. J. Cain. A. S. Dayman. Mount Schank Ward—R. C. O,Hara (elected). ...

    Article : 37 words
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