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  2. WEATHER NOTES FOR AUGUST.

    From a meteorological point of view the past month is without parallel in the records at the Observatory, which extend back over a period of 75 years for ...

    Article : 1,249 words
  3. THE ABORIGINES.

    The first step in the introduction of a new system of control of the aborigines in South Australia was taken last week when a notice appeared in the Government ...

    Article : 1,554 words
  4. LUTHERAN MISSION.

    A number of delegates of the Lutheran Church left by the Rupara recently upon a visit to Koonibba mission station, Denial Bay, to inspect the mission's farm ...

    Article : 2,106 words
  5. THE WATTLE.

    No more inspiring theme could be enlarged upon to an Australian audience than that of the national emblem, the wattle blossom. A stirring speech was delivered ...

    Article : 732 words
  6. WATTLE DAY.

    The Wattle Day celebration on Saturday was most successful. All the conditions, climatic and otherwise, favored the celebration. South ...

    Article : 354 words
  7. WATTLES AND AN OAK.

    A number of wattle trees were planted in the various public parks and gardens on Saturday morning. The places were Creswell Gardens, Elder Park, Brougham ...

    Article : 225 words
  8. WATTLE DAY IN THE HILLS.

    Wattle Day was celebrated at the Upper Sturt Railway-station in a pleasing manner. The guild established by Lady Symon decorated the station with wattle blossom ...

    Article : 72 words
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  10. PROCESSION OF SCHOOL CHILDREN.

    The afternoon proceedings began with a large procession of school children from Queen Victoria Statue to the Exhibition Building. The procession was headed ...

    Article : 154 words
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  12. THE EVENING DEMONSTRATION.

    The Exhibition Building was crowded when the Governor took the chair at the demonstration. The Boy Scouts sounded the bugle call and Madame Weger sang ...

    Article : 137 words
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