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  2. THE KING'S CORONATION.

    To-day we have had another procalmation—one about the coronation. What the object of these proclamations is it is hard to say. Certainly not to let the public ...

    Article : 784 words
  3. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    At Euchareena a man named Kennedy, who was grubbing on a farm, while talking to another man suddenly dropped dead. In some districts near Albury mice are ...

    Article : 605 words
  4. COLONEL ROWELL, C.B.

    Colonel J. Rowell, C.B., left Tarrens Island on Saturday afternoon after being fumigated and disinfected, and returned to his home at Fulham. The younger people in ...

    Article : 2,275 words
  5. LATEST CABLES

    Further particulars are now to hand respecting the awful catastrophe on the Matterhorn last week, when a party of English tourists fell over a precipice on the ...

    Article : 425 words
  6. THE STATE PARLIAMENT.

    A representative meeting of electors was held last night at the council chamber to take into consideration the Government Bill for the reduction of the cost of the ...

    Article : 966 words
  7. PERSONAL NOTES FROM ENGLAND.

    Sir John Cockburn, whose approaching departure from Crosby-square is a matter for very real regret, not only among the South Australian element, but also the ...

    Article : 3,306 words
  8. BEAUTIFUL SNOW.

    Snow in South Australia is somewhat of a novelty. In exceptionally severe winters it has been seen in small quantities in the hill districts, and occasionally a heavier fall ...

    Article : 2,215 words
  9. VIOTORIA.

    J. Nielsen, a railway employe, who was run over by a train at Spring Vale on Friday night, and f[?]arrully injured, died on Saturday. ...

    Article : 737 words
  10. MATTERS THEATRICAL.

    The R.M.S. Ortona, which arrived at the anchorage late on Sunday afternoon, was quite a theatrical ship, amongst the passengers being Mr. J. C. Williamson, who is ...

    Article : 940 words
  11. QUEENSLAND.

    The Minister of Public Instruction has decided to institute prosecutions in several cases for breach of the compulsory clauses of the Education Act. ...

    Article : 314 words
  12. THE CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURES.

    The monthfly meeting of the committee of the Chamber of Manufactures was held on Friday afternoon, July 26. There were present Messrs. L. P. Lawrence, ...

    Article : 533 words
  13. VICTORIAN GOLD JUBILEE EXHIBITION.

    A meeting of the honorary commission for South Australia of the victorian Gold Jubilee Exhibition was held at the Chamber of Manufactures on Friday afternoon. ...

    Article : 275 words
  14. A SHOO[?]TING AFFRAY,

    A sensational shooting incident occurred, in the city early this morning. The parties concerned were John Henry Connell, manager of Young & Jackson's Hotel, at the ...

    Article : 275 words
  15. MISHAP AT SEA.

    The Adelaide Steamship Company's collier Willyama left here for Newcastle on Sunday, July 21. When off Pollock Reef, about 200 miles east of Albany, the tail ...

    Article : 347 words
  16. WARRANT AND NON-COMS' CLUB.

    A meeting was held at the Warrant and NonCommissioned Officers' Clubrooms on July 26. There was a large attendance of members, and the chairman (Color-Sergeant Boucher), in the ...

    Article : 180 words
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    Advertising : 83 words
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    Advertising : 11 words
  19. PAYNEHAM INSTITUTE.

    The annual meeting of subscribers to the Payneham Institute was held on Wednesday, July 24. There was a moderate attendance, and the president (Mr. P. B. Bray) presided. The treasurer ...

    Article : 229 words
  20. THE LIZZIE BELL WRECK.

    The captain of the Lizzie Bell stated at the inquest held on the victims on Saturday that he was keeping a strict watch for the Cape Farewell light when the ship ...

    Article : 143 words
  21. A BARQUE STRANDED.

    A telegram received from Noumea states that nine of the crew and passengers of we barque Alexa, of Invercargill, which is stranded at Surprise Island, have arrived at ...

    Article : 41 words
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