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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Our A.O.F. Court, Aldinga, heid. their anniversary on Friday, the 20th inst About 10, a.m the brothers assembled at their Courtroom, and, headed by our brass band, marched ...

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  3. G.STOCKWELD, OCTOBER 23

    This morning our quite township was aroused by the news that some people with the name of Lusfield had found their only child dead in its bed. Mr. Keynes of Angaston, held an ...

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  4. BOOYOOLEE. OCTOBER 18.

    I send you a brief account of day's sport we had here on Saturday, the 14th instant, the amusement consisting of a few races between the shearers' horses and men at the Meat Works. ...

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  5. GREENOCK, OCTOBER 25

    We are now done with our festivals for a time, so scythe and rake are taken from the nail, The dry weather of late hastens the hay harvest on. The crops will be light, and the ...

    Article : 301 words
  6. STOCKPORT. OCTOBER 24.

    Last Thursday, the 19th inst, the examination of the Magdala School, in Mudla Wirra North, took place, in presence of a large assembly of parents and friends. The Chairman of ...

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  7. ALMA. PLAINS, OCTOBER 25.

    'According to arrangement, a grand picnic was held on the 24th the Alma Plains and Dalkey Bands of Hope uniting, and notwithstanding the disagreeableness of the day the affair proved a ...

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  8. MOUNT PLEASANT, OCTOBER 23.

    As the mail was on Its way from Angaston to Mount Pleasanrt on afternoon, and when near Keyneton one of the horse stumbled and fell making the other on follow suit the ...

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  9. STRATHALBYN, OCTOBER 26.

    The anniversary of the Primitive'Methodist Sunday-school was celebrated on Sunday and Monday, October 22 and 24. On Sunday morning an excellent discourse was preached ...

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  10. CRAFERS, OCTOBER 24.

    The question, shall the Bible be read in our day-schools as heretofore appears to meet with a pretty general yes Memorials to both Houses of the Legislature have been lying for signature ...

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  11. PORT AUGUSTA, OCTOBER 23.

    On Saturday last our Harbor-Master, Mr. Mildred's, eldest daughter narrowly escaped drowning. She was running down his boat jetty, which is only a single plank, and fell ...

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  12. GUMERACHA, OCTOBER 25.

    On Monday, the 23rd ultimo, there was a tea meeting and entertainment in connection with the Institute, which turned out a great success. At half-past 4 o'clock p.m., the foundation ...

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  13. VIRGINIA. OCTOBER 27.

    Last Saturday there were some athletic sport held on the Salisbury Athletic Ground. One event was a match, between Mr. James Owens, of this township, and Mr. W. S. Harvey, of ...

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  14. LANGHORNE'S CREEK, OCTOBER 20.

    The Band of Hope of this place celebrated their first anniversary in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, which was well filled with an appreciative congregation. The Rev. J. G. Wright ...

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  15. PORT VICTOR, OCTOBER 25.

    The anniversary services of the Newlaud Memorial Church were held here on Sunday, October 22. Sermons were preached morning and evening by the Rev. 3. Gibson, of Angaston ...

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  16. MEADOWS, OCTOBER 20.

    Yesterday, we had a ploughing match here— a thing that has not occurred here for nearly 10 years. There were only four ploughs on the ground. A great many persons were present ...

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  17. ANGASTON, OCTOBER 26.

    I am glad to report that Mr. Sayers, a highly esteemed and well-known resident of Angaston has recovered from his late illness, occasioned by a cold which he caught whi[?]st on his last visit to ...

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  18. HUMMOCKS, OCTOBER 21.

    Nothing worth recording has occurred for the last three months, since I wrote my last letter, only that we hare experienced a very dry. winter, and the weather, is still very dry. ...

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  19. FARREL'S FLAT, OCTOBER 23.

    Nothing very stirring has occurred during the week. The all-prevailing talk is of the weather and crops, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday being most withering days. Since then it has been ...

    Article : 170 words
  20. ANGAS PLAINS. OCTOBER 27.

    The examination of Mr. R. Letter's school, Angas Plains, came off 25th instant. There were upwards of 60 friends and parents present, and M. A. E. West was voted to the chair. ...

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  21. RIVERTON, OCTOBER 26.

    The Bible Christians in and around this township had a grand field day last Monday, when a vast number of people met together for the purpose of seeing the foundation-stone of a ...

    Article : 524 words
  22. KAPUNDA, OCTOBER 25.

    The Primitive Methodists of this place celebrated the anniversary of their chapel on Sunday and Monday last. On the Sabbath three excellent sermons were preached—those in the ...

    Article : 447 words
  23. GOLDEN GROVE, OCTOBER 26.

    The memorials in favor of reta[?]iug the Bible in public schools have been very extensively and unanimously signed in this neighborhood. —One of Mr. R. Smyth's cows recently gave ...

    Article : 550 words
  24. WILLIAMSTOWN, OCTOBER 23

    I am sorry to say that the very hot weather we have lately had, coming in a lump, has told fearfully on most of the crops of grain and if we do not have rain shortly, I am afraid the ...

    Article : 171 words
  25. TWO WELLS. OCTOBER 27.

    xOn Saturday last, according to advertisement, the Moblgewanke made a pleasure trip from Port Gawler to Glenelg. From 60 to 70 pleasure seekers, bent upon enjoying themselves ...

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  26. SELLICK'S HILL, OCTOBER 25.

    Of late, having been favored with heavy showers of rain, some of the crops that began to assume a yellow appearance have been quite revived, and now they present a promising one ...

    Article : 211 words
  27. KEYNETON OCTOBER 26.

    On Wednesday, October 25, the beautiful grounds and gardens of Evandale presented a most animated appearance, for on that' day, the long-talked of Band of Hope Festival was ...

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  28. MONARTO. OCTOBER 20.

    The dedication of the Monarto German-English schoolhouse was celebrated on the 19th of October. A large number of people had collected from the surrounding neighborhood ...

    Article : 423 words
  29. BELVIDERE, OCTOBER 24.

    The annual examination of the pupils of Mr. E. W. Webb's school, Belvidere, took place on the 20th instant. The children were led through the different exercises by their teacher, assisted ...

    Article : 188 words
  30. GOOLWA, OCTOBER 25.

    The wharf has presented quite a busy ap-pearance lately through the wool coming down so fast. The steamers Black Ariet Juplter and Providence have been loading and ...

    Article : 166 words
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