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  2. ADELAIDE CORPORATION EMPLOYES' PICNIC.

    The second annual picnic in connection with the Adelaide Corporation Employes' Society was held at the National Park on Wednesday. Twenty-one drags and a waggonette were required, to convey ...

    Article : 449 words
  3. THE TURF.

    The sporting department of this week's isbue of "The Chronicle" contains a quantity of interesting reading. Racing notes are contributed by "Tatiara," who also ...

    Article : 854 words
  4. THE CHURCH CONGRESS.

    The sittings of the Church Congress were resumed' at the Adelaide Town Hall on Wednesday morning, the Bishop of Adelaide presiding. A large ...

    Article : 65 words
  5. THE COUNTRY.

    Howard Smith & Co.'s steamer Age, when berthing at 7 o'clock this morning, ran into the jetty. Considerable damage was done to the steamer and jetty. ...

    Article : 36 words
  6. GAWLER

    October 1.—Yesterday afternoon and evening a spring fair was held in the Toddstreet Methodist lecture-hall for the purpose of reducing the circuit debt. The fair ...

    Article : 220 words
  7. AMUSEMENTS.

    The revival of Gilbert & Sullivan's delightful fuiry opera "Iolanthe" by the Royal Comic Opera Company at the TheatreRoyal on Wednesday evening proved ...

    Article : 904 words
  8. CHURCH DAY SCHOOLS.

    The Rev. A. G. B. West dealt with the subject of Church Day Schools in an exceedingly able and,interesting manner. He said he regarded it as the duty of the ...

    Article : 399 words
  9. DISCUSSION AND CRITICISM.

    The Rev. Mervyn Archdall (Sydney) contended that the investigations of German scientists had set aside the belief in the naturalistic evolution of the man from the ...

    Article : 317 words
  10. HOLDER.

    September 25.—A thunderstorm passed over here to-day". The lightning was very close and dangerous, but not much rain fell. A narrow escape was experienced here ...

    Article : 103 words
  11. LAND ALLOTMENTS.

    The following lands have been allotte:- Central Land Board.—Miscellaneous lands-Se[?] 253, 254, hundred Mobilong, l6 acres, annual rental 10/, grazing and cultivation, Edward ...

    Article : 149 words
  12. JAMESTOWN.

    September 26.—A number of gentlemen met at the Globe Hotel on Thursday evening for the purpose of saying good-bye to Mr. E. J. Clark, who, during the past 10 ...

    Article : 271 words
  13. "ONLY FOR WOMEN."

    There was a great gathering at the Victoria Hall on Wednesday evening, when the meeting for women in connection with the Church "Congress was held. The hall was ...

    Article : 942 words
  14. PAIR AT ALBERTON

    On Wednesday afternoon a fair was opened in the Alberton Jubilee Hall by Mr G. W. Haw[?] in aid of the general funds of St George's Church, of England, Alberton The Rev. C. S. Horaabrook, ...

    Article : 187 words
  15. CONTINUATION SCHOOLS.

    Professor W. H. Bragg, of Adelaide, read a paper on the relations of the Church to continuation schools. Precedent and reason told them, he explained, that the ...

    Article : 317 words
  16. THE AFTERNOON SESSION.

    Speaking on Christian religion in relation to modern religious movements, Bishop Julius, of Christchurch, discussed various extraordinary beliefs which at the present ...

    Article : 802 words
  17. MILANG.

    September 29.—Mr. J. H. Yelland. the well-known dairyman and owner of the Port Sturt cheese factory, who is retiring in favor of his sons, was entertained at a ...

    Article : 61 words
  18. W.C.T.U.

    There was a good, attendance on Tuesday evening at the Medindie Congregational Hall when the president of the Prospect W.C.T.U. [?] Lockwood) was welcomed home after her five ...

    Article : 115 words
  19. AN "AWFUL STIGMA."

    Sir—The Anglican. Bishop of Adelaide has, in his presidential address to the Congress, expressed the hope that "Victoria, Queensland, and South Australia Avili enter ...

    Article : 294 words
  20. MILDURA.

    September 27.—A concert was given by the scholars of the Methodist Sunday-school in the shire hall on Tuesday. A cantata, entitled "Soot and the fairies," Avas also ...

    Article : 100 words
  21. Advertising

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    Advertising : 464 words
  22. HUNT CLUB MEETING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 313 words
  23. NARRACOORTE.

    September 29.—Another splendid rain fell during the past few days, about threequarters of an inch being registered. Grass and crops are still doing well, and the ...

    Article : 42 words
  24. RELIGION IN STATE SCHOOLS.

    The Rev. E. T. Howell (Tasmania) read a paper on religious instruction in State schools. No doubt, he said, Sunday school teaching was sometimes very effective. In ...

    Article : 249 words
  25. PORT LINCOLN.

    September 27.—At a meeting of the district council on Friday Mr. H. H. Miller was appointed clerk at a salary of £52 year.—Nurse O'Shanahan returned to ker ...

    Article : 77 words
  26. PORT BROUGHTON.

    September 27.—There is a severe epidemic of measles here now, scarcely a family in the town or district having escaped. In one case the wife and eight ...

    Article : 113 words
  27. THE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY.

    The following is a translation of the Latin address presented by the University of Adelaide to the University of Sydney on the occasion of the jubilee celebrations:— ...

    Article : 477 words
  28. ANGLICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION.

    The hon. secretary of, the C.E.S.S. Union (Mr. H. E. Fuller) has supplied us with the results of the scholars' examinations, held on September 5 and 12, on papers set by the Ven. Archdeacon ...

    Article : 476 words
  29. STRATHALBYN.

    September 30.—The crops promise well for a good yield this season. — The show committee are busy preparing for the coming show, which promises to be most ...

    Article : 39 words
  30. CHURCH AND PRESS.

    Mr. W. J. Sowden, of Adelaide, spoke on the relations, of the Church to the Press. He thought while the tendency of the press was favorable to the Church, the ...

    Article : 422 words
  31. STREAKY BAY.

    August 25.—A terrific thunderstorm passed over early this morning. It was accompanied by very vivid lightning and strong gale from the west. Only 11 points of rain ...

    Article : 34 words
  32. EPSOM RACES.

    Although the weather was favorable there was not' a large attendance at Epsom to-day, consequent upon the general election. Mr. S. Fielder was in good form, winning the Epsom Handicap ...

    Article : 559 words
  33. TARCOOLA.

    September 25.—Mr. Andrew Tennant, Captain Jones, of the Ajax mine, and Mr. John Heithersay, of Petersburg, have been here, and left for Adelaide on Sunday. ...

    Article : 166 words
  34. TRURO.

    September 30.—A complimentary farewell social was held in the Institute on Tuesday evening to bid good-bye to our late head school teacher, Mr. W. Johnson. A song ...

    Article : 103 words
  35. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.

    The Rev. Reginald Stephen took Christian Science" as the subject of his address. They were told that the world knew nothing of its greatest men, and unfortunately ...

    Article : 432 words
  36. "FOR MEN ONLY."

    The Bishop of Adelaide presided over a meeting for men in the Town Hall last night. On the platform were the Lieutenant-Governor, the Bishops of Ballarat, ...

    Article : 952 words
  37. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 39 words
  38. TWO WELLS.

    September 30.—The secretary of the Two Wells.show was kept busy up to a late hour last night receiving entries for the forthcoming show, it being the last day for ...

    Article : 63 words
  39. Advertising

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    Advertising : 18 words
  40. DISCUSSIONS.

    The Very Rev. Dean Kite (Hobart) said they wanted Church schools wherever they could obtain them. Admirable work was being done by the Sisters of the Church in ...

    Article : 683 words
  41. COCOA AND COCOA ONLY.

    CADBURY'S—Refreshing, invigorating, and sustaining. Of, the greatest strength and finest flavor. [?]. ...

    Article : 17 words
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