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  2. Torrens Rowing Club's New Boat Has First Run on River

    THE NEW BOAT OF THE TORREN ROWING CLUB, named after the cox. Deb Earl, setting out on its first run on the river this afternoon after it had been christened by the lady Mayoress (Mrs.Dunstan). The members of the crew are:—Bow, J. Rowe; No. 2, R. Carter; No. 3 R. Goldsworthy; No. 4. R. Langman; No.5. F. Ferris; No. 6, M. Richardson; No. 7, W. McCann; stroke, A. Gregory; cox. Deb Earl ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 166 words
  3. Broken Hill Football Grand Final Ends in Win for North

    SWEEPING the exhausted Central's attack aside. North snatched victory in the last 10 minutes of the football grand final ...

    Article : 528 words
  4. Flower Battle Fought At Wayville

    A happy crowd of people engaged in the battle of flowers on the Wayville Showground this afternoon, after the had watched a procession of about 30 ...

    Article : 535 words
  5. Railway Picnic At Peterborough

    PETERBOROUGH. Saturday. — The centenary railway picnic today was a great success. Three packed special trains, and all freight trains carried ...

    Article : 265 words
  6. How "Mail" Medals Aid Football

    COUNTRY football associations experienced a successful season this year, and one of the greatest contributing factors was the ...

    Article : 407 words
  7. I. McLachlan Wins Seaton Bogey Event

    Ian McLachlan was in excellent form at Seaton today to win the A Grade bogey event with a score of 5 up off a handicap of one. ...

    Article : 702 words
  8. Narrow Win in Long Cycle Race

    I. Jackson, of Mildura, won the 100-mile cycling road race by inches today after a thrilling race to the finishing line with six others. He completed the course in the good time of 5 hr. 14 min. 50 sec. ...

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  9. Memorial To First

    A large gathering of citizens of Mitcham and district assembled at the Kingswood Recreation Ground this afternoon for the official opening of ...

    Article : 451 words
  10. Sport Fixtures For Wednesday

    Many sporting fixtures, including the second day of the S.A.J.C. spring meeting at Morphettville. and the Labor Day processions and celebrations in the ...

    Article : 150 words
  11. Advances in Eye Surgery Reported

    One of the main advances in eye surgery was the use of anaesthetic that paralysed the face muscles, giving greater ease in the performance of an ...

    Article : 115 words
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    Advertising : 339 words
  13. Football at Ouorn

    In a football match at Quorn today the local team defeated Solomontown by 11-12 to 9—14. K. French, of Quorn sustained a broken nose during the game. ...

    Article : 85 words
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  15. Port By-Election Next Saturday

    Unexpectedly withdrawing his nomination five minutes before closing time for nominations at noon today, Mr. T S. Sellick, chairman of Semaphore ...

    Article : 146 words
  16. Fen Strokes Under Par

    SYDNEY, Saturday. — Smashing his own course record by five strokes with an amazing final round of 62, Jim Ferrier, of the home club, won the New ...

    Article : 210 words

    Two women drivers were concerned when an accident occurred at the intersection of Goodwood road and Young street, Goodwood, this afternoon. In ...

    Article : 183 words
  18. Jamestown's Fine Centenary Book

    A copy of "Down the Years to 1938, a historical and topical review of Jamestown and districts, has been received. Compiled by Mr. L. M. W. ...

    Article : 104 words



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