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  2. CORRESPONDENCE.

    "Charles J. H." urges that it is not Bible reading in the State schools which is really wanted by the supporters of the movement ostensibly started for that ...

    Article : 824 words
  3. IMPROVEMENT OF WHEAT.

    At the Balaklava Institute on Saturday afternoon Mr. A. W. Steinweded was presented with an illuminated address by the agricultural bureaus of South' Australia in ...

    Article : 294 words
  4. THE GRAND NATIONAL.

    Though the Liverpool Spring meeting was shorn of much of its glory through the scratching of the King's horse Ambush II. out of the Grand National, and the ...

    Article : 676 words
  5. AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS.

    Lieutenant-Colonel LeMessurier (the officer commanding the Eighth Battalion of the Australian Commonwealth Horse) is delighted at the rapid improvement the local ...

    Article : 669 words
  6. LAUNCHING A BATTLESHIR

    Tuesday's function at Chatham was one at which the Prince and Princess of Wales must have felt quite at home. In 1875 the present Queen launched the battleship ...

    Article : 918 words
  7. LO YAO TSEONG.

    Consul-General Lo Yao Tseong when, in Adelaide obtained the reputation of being extremely reticent. Although this is a natural trait of the Chinese native, it was ...

    Article : 1,846 words
  8. THE GREAT SMOKE WAR.

    The "Great British public"—so much of it as smokes at any rate—is just at present watching with amused interest the preliminary paper warfare between two ...

    Article : 867 words
  9. THE RIVAL BLUES.

    "What went ye out for to see?" night have been asked of any of those who braving chill wind and colder rain repaired to Putney, Mortlake, or places between, to ...

    Article : 1,429 words
  10. SPION KOP.

    The charitable among us had hoped that the Spion Kop controversy had ended, and that when next that unhappy incident in the war was described it would be in the ...

    Article : 1,289 words
  11. THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

    On Monday evening a special meeting of the committee of the S.A. Football Association was held at the Prince Alfred Hotel. Mr. W. G. Coombs presided. Permits ...

    Article : 112 words
  12. DOCTOR AND PATIENT.

    A Case of considerable interest to doctors and their patients was decided last Saturday by Mr. Justice Swinfen Eady. The plaintiffs, the executors of Mrs. ...

    Article : 601 words
  13. NORWOOD PARADE EXTENSION.

    Sir—The projectors of this scheme surely do not expect to see it curried if the whole facts are placed before the ratepayers. From the fact that information, which, in ...

    Article : 211 words
  14. THE MURRAY FISHERIES.

    Sir—"T. [?]unsthal' says he is a hook and line and net fisherman. To quote his own words, when he is fishing for cod he uses the lines, and the nets he uses for ...

    Article : 246 words
  15. AUSTRALIAN NAVAL DEFENCE.

    Sir—"Briton" no doubt voices the desires of a great many others when he asks for a statement of facts in support of my contention that the auxiliary squadron, for ...

    Article : 985 words
  16. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURES.

    Sir—Much has been said and written as to the languishing state of the agricultural, pastoral, and mineral industries, but little as to our sadly glutted labor markets. The ...

    Article : 499 words
  17. BISLEY RIFLE TEAM.

    A deputation from the council of the National Rifle Association waited on the State Premier to- day. Lieutenant-Colonel Longfield explained the ...

    Article : 603 words
  18. HINDMARSH COUNCIL.

    April 28.—Present—The Mayor (Mr. W. Blight), Ald. Hunwick, Hocking, Medwell, Crs. Ellis, Se[?] lick, Ruthven, Wright, Jones, and King. Permission was granted to Mr. J. Pickering to ...

    Article : 450 words
  19. THE ESPERANCE RAILWAY.

    Sir—The railway from Kalgoorlie to Esperance for which, as your issue of Thursday last shows, the people of Kalgoorlie are again agitating, is a project that may well ...

    Article : 627 words
  20. AN INSURANCE CASE.

    Mercantile law is generally the working [?]ut to their logical conclusion of principles of commonsense and convenience. The decision delivered last Tuesday by the Court ...

    Article : 597 words
  21. THE INNS OF CHANCERY.

    One by one the 10 Inns of Chancery, once preparatory schools to the Inns of Court, have, like the "ten little nigger boys," ceased to exist. Sergeants' Inn, Thavies' ...

    Article : 990 words
  22. THE VICTORIAN BATTALION.

    With the arrival from Ballarat to-day of D Squadron of the Australian Commonwealth Horse, numbering 114, the total number of men in camp is now 412. ...

    Article : 99 words
  23. MRS. MARY LEE FUND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 7 words
  24. HONORING A VICTORIAN OFFICER.

    The Governor-General to-day decorated Captain J. L. Lilley, of the Second Victorian Contingent, with the Distinguished Service Order. Captain Lilley was shot in ...

    Article : 53 words
  25. Advertising

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    Advertising : 325 words
  26. QUEENSLAND SOLDIERS.

    Eighteen men in charge of Lieutenant Stodart, left Brisbane by mail train to-day to join the Coronation Contingent in Sydney. They leave for England at the end of ...

    Article : 92 words
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