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  3. FAREWELL TO THE REV. W. G. CLARKE.

    The Rev. W. G. Clarke, who has just completed three years' effective service in the Kooringa circuit, preached impressive farewell sermons on Sunday, March 23, and a largely ...

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  4. CRICKET AT MOUNT BRYAN.

    One" of the most exciting cricket events of the season came off at Mount Bryan on Wednesday, March 19, between Mount Bryan East and Burra, ...

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  5. NERVOUS PROSTRATION.

    Love and reverence is the basis of absolute sympathy and confidence between two people, and when they know each other thoroughly and well they are not strangers ...

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    TATTERSALL'S SWEEPS.—Mr. Barton has wired to the Tasmanian Premier thai the Federal Government will not dt fer its proposed abolition of ...

    Article : 68 words
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    THEY DIDN'T ASK HIM.—A young man at a social party was urged to sing a song. He replied that he would first tell a story, and then if they still ...

    Article : 122 words
  10. CURRENT TOPICS.

    SPREAD THE NEWS.—We will be glad to received interesting items of incidents that occur from week to week. Simply forward particulars-we'll fixthem up. We ...

    Article : 65 words
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    THE HOLIDAYS.—As far as Burra is concerned the holidays passed off quietly. No exciting attractions were on the card for Good Friday or Easter ...

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  15. ANNIVERSARIES.

    Iron Mine Methodist Church anniversary was held Sunday and Wednesday March 23 and 26. The Rev. W. F.. Tames preached the sermons to good congregations. The ...

    Article : 409 words
  16. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY SAVED HIS BOY'S LIFE.

    'I believe I saved my (nine year old) boy's life this winter with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,'Says A. M. Hoppe, Rio Creek, Wise, U.S.A. "He was so choked up with croup ...

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    EXECUTED AUSTRALIANS—A sensational report has been received in Mel-bourne from South Africa, giving an account of two Australians. It ...

    Article : 228 words
  18. Don't Hesitate.

    There is just one thing to use if your stomach, liver or kidneys are " out of order," and that " one thing" is Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. The supposition is that you want ...

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    NICE RAINS.—During three days last week, nice showers of rain were witnessed in this neighbourhood. Over 71 points were recorded at the local ...

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  20. A Lady's Gratitude.

    Mrs. E. M. hay, Hammill-street, Donald, Vic., writes:—"I write to inform you of the benefits I have derived from the use of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. For years I have ...

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