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  2. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    Mr. Griffiths stated on Thursday:—Today's weather chart does not hold out any hope of any immediate unsettled weather in South Australia, but the pressure ...

    Article : 107 words
  3. THE COUNTRY.

    Mr. N. A. Richardson, the mail contractor. received news last night from Tarcoola that a serious accident had occurred to the coach on the road from Tarcoola to Port ...

    Article : 146 words
  4. CONGREGATIONAL UNION.

    The meetings of the Congregational Union of South Australia were resumed on Thursday morning, the chairman (Rev. M. L. Johnson, B.A.) presiding. ...

    Article : 1,112 words
  5. CAULFIELD CUP MEETING.

    Deucalion, Latch Key, Fishery, and [?] were scratched to-day for the Windsor Handicap, and Black Watch and The Corsican for the Moore Welter, to be run on ...

    Article : 106 words
  6. HILLS AGRICULTURAL BUREAUS.

    At Forest Range on Thursday the seventh annual conference of the hills branches of the Agricultural Bureau was held. [?] G. Monks (chairman of the local branch) ...

    Article : 2,876 words
  7. YORKETOWN.

    October 16.—At the meeting of the Yorketown Corporation Council on Monday evening the town clerk was instructed to write to the Chief Secretary, requesting that ...

    Article : 111 words
  8. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 664 words
  9. HOMEWARD MAILS.

    The R.M.S. Ophir, which brought the Prince of Wales out to Australia last year, left for London on Thursday afternoon. She had 190 passengers on board when she ...

    Article : 98 words
  10. LATEST BETTING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 187 words
  11. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

    The annual meeting of the South Australian Sunday-school Union was held at Piriestreet rooms on Monday evening, and was well attended, Mr. J. Delehancy ...

    Article : 850 words
  12. A PROPOSED RAILWAY.

    The adjourned meeting of ratepayers to consider the question of the proposed Edithburgh to Seven Roads railway was held at the Melville council office on ...

    Article : 247 words
  13. RELIEVING DISTRESS.

    On Monday last a disastrous fire occurred at Exeter by which a family named Watkins were rendered destitute and homeless—in fact, the chddren had not even ...

    Article : 165 words
  14. FOOTBALL.

    A match will be played under the English Association rules on the South Park Lands (corner of Hutt-street and South-terrace) on Saturday. Men who have learned "Soccer" at home will be glad ...

    Article : 126 words
  15. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    A home and home match between Mannum D.R.C. and Lobethal D.R.C. was fired on October 11, eight men, 7 shots, and two sighters. at 200 and 500 yards. Scores:—Mannum—H. L. Scott, 26 ...

    Article : 80 words
  16. A BLOW TO BACKERS.

    Ante-post backers, who have had many times to regret that they did not defer their investments until they reached the course, have again burnt their fingers over ...

    Article : 224 words
  17. A SMALL FIRE.

    Shortly before 2 a.m. on Thursday a fire occurred in Frederick-street, Parkside, which resulted in two sheds being demolished. One, the property of Mr. Summers, ...

    Article : 79 words
  18. PEKINA IRRIGATION SCHEME.

    Mr. Bayer, the Hydraulic Engineer, visited Orroroo yesterday, and in company with several members of the local vigilance committee, inspected the proposed site of the ...

    Article : 124 words
  19. LAWN TENNIS.

    The first match played by the new Hyde Park Tennis Club was against the Holdfast Bay club, or the Glenelg Oval on Saturday. Scores:—R. Vardon and E. C. Hartshorne tied with Hillman and Good. ...

    Article : 132 words
  20. RAIN IN THE NORTH-WEST.

    Mr. Robert Bruce, of Coondambo, has received advices from his manager stating that further light showers have fallen, that ground feed is growing nicely, and the ...

    Article : 60 words
  21. AUSTRALIAN STUDENTS IN LONDON.

    The council of the Sydney University last Monday received from the Agent-General (Mr. H. Copeland) through the Government of New South Wales, a ...

    Article : 149 words
  22. SHEARING IN THE NORTH-EAST.

    Mutooroo shearers cut out this morning. About 60,000 sheep were shorn. Nearly 1,600 bales of wool were sent per rail to Adelaide from the shed. There was no ...

    Article : 148 words
  23. THE TOTALIZATOR.

    Sir— "Special Investigator" complains that in my letter which appeared in your, columns of Saturday last he does not see a line "objecting to the cruelty to the ...

    Article : 509 words
  24. TRAINING NOTES.

    A fairly interesting morning's work was begun at Flemington to-day by Grafin running five furlongs on the sand in 1 min. 9 sec. after cantering. Centurion then struck ...

    Article : 1,249 words
  25. CABLE NOTICES.

    The following notice was posted in the G.P.O. on Wednesday afternoon:—"Rangoon advises—Moulmein route to Siam right." ...

    Article : 25 words
  26. WAROOKA AND THE EARTHQUAKES.

    The report of Mr. C. E. Owen Smyth, which recently, appeared in "The Advertiser," concerning the earthquake at Warooka, is being much commented on here. ...

    Article : 123 words
  27. TRAINING INFANTRY OFFICERS.

    A District Staff Office order states that it has been arranged to hold daily parades in Adelaide under the supervision of the Commandant, to afford opportunities for ...

    Article : 54 words
  28. THE TURF.

    A member of the V.A.T.C. committee in Mr. George Woodforde has returned from a lengthy visit to England. Mr. J. Rowen left for Melbourne by the ...

    Article : 346 words
  29. PROFITS OF "SWEEPS."

    Mr. George Adams' new George-street bars, Sydney, which were opened to the public on Saturday, have attracted considerable attention. Mr. J. B. Alderson ...

    Article : 55 words
  30. THE WOOL CLIP.

    Only the Narrung station clip of wool is coming to hand, and from this station there will not be sufficient to warrant a ship calling. No advices have been yet received of ...

    Article : 61 words
  31. GIPSIES ON THE OPHIR.

    The band of 53 gipsies, who arrived from Sydney in the R.M.S. Ophir and were refused a temporary landing at Melbourne, went on by the mail steamer from Large ...

    Article : 131 words
  32. COCKBURN.

    October 14.—About 1,500 store ewes and lambs were trucked here, to-day for the Burra market, consigned to Bagot, Shakes, and Lewis. They are from Burta station ...

    Article : 37 words
  33. GOLDEN GROVE.

    October 15.—A serious accident occurred to Mr. H. P. Day on Monday afternoon. while he was engaged in ploughing. The plough carne in contact with a stump which ...

    Article : 200 words
  34. THE FREE TICKET BLIGHT.

    The free ticket blight appears to affect the Melbourne Royal Agricultural Society badly. It was stated at the monthly meeting of the council on Tuesday that for the ...

    Article : 102 words
  35. THE PINNAROO RAILWAY.

    Sir—Knowing the "Desert"—properly so called—and the Pinnaroo country, having with others stocked a portion of it years ago, the result being considerable loss, I ...

    Article : 390 words
  36. FRESH AIR FOR CHILDREN.

    Messrs. A.E. Morgans and W. Johnston members of the West Australian Assembly on the Minister for Works (Mr. C. H. Rason) last week, and asked, on behalf ...

    Article : 115 words
  37. PORT ADELAIDE CITY COUNCIL.

    A special meeting of the Port Adelaide city Council took place on Thursday night to consider a proposal to reduce the present staff of workmen. All except Crs. Channon and Brunell were ...

    Article : 284 words
  38. THE NAMING OF STREETS.

    Sir—By the report of last meeting of the City Council I observed that the names of Gawler-place and Freeman-street cause some confusion. On the other hand, I ...

    Article : 340 words
  39. CRICKET.

    J. T. Fitch & Co. v. Jas. Marshall & Co.—J. T. Fitch & Co., 134; H. Ferguson 42, W. Woodroffe 27. A. E. Futvoye 24, H. Seaman 10; C. Marshall one for 23, A. Davis two for 21, F. Laffan one for ...

    Article : 115 words
  40. KAPUNDA.

    October 16.—On Friday last Mrs. Charles Cossins died at Hansborough at the age of 91 years. With her husband she arrived in South Australia in 1853 by the ship ...

    Article : 121 words
  41. EVENING MEETING.

    A public meeting was held in the Stow Memorial Church on Thursday night, the Rev. M. L. Johnson, B.A., presiding. The Rev. G. Rayner spoke on "Home ...

    Article : 442 words
  42. GLENELG COUNCIL ENTERTAINED.

    Mr. A. J. Roberts (the Mayor of Glenelg) entertained the members of the council and the officers of the Glenelg Corporation at a dinner at his residence, "The Olives," on Thursday. ...

    Article : 291 words
  43. CRICKET AT PORT PIRIE.

    Owing to the weekly half-holiday being observed partly on Wednesday and partly on Saturday, it has been found inconvenient to work the various cricket clubs under one association. It has ...

    Article : 964 words
  44. PORT PIRIE.

    October 15.—The Port Pino and Suburban Car Company has gone into liquidation, as it was found impossible to carry on the service of carettes at a profit. ...

    Article : 33 words
  45. PORT VICTOR.

    October 16.—On Wednesday evening the Rev. Mr. Mounsey, of the Anglican New Guinea Mission, gave a lecture, interspersed with lantern views, on "New ...

    Article : 149 words
  46. THE FLORAL FAIR.

    Meetings in connection with the floral fair for the Royal Blind Institution have been held in the towns mentioned below, for the purpose of forming committees to assist in providing for and ...

    Article : 208 words
  47. AN ART LECTURE.

    Mr. James Ashton, F.S.A., read an interesting paper, "How to look at a picture," at the monthly meeting of the Society of Arts, held in the Institute Buildings on Tuesday evening. Taking ...

    Article : 286 words
  48. PORT PIRIE EARLY CLOSING PICNIC.

    Port Pirie. October 15; —The early closing picnic was held to-day at Port Germein, and proved a decided success. The weather was beautifully fine, and three steamers—the Adelaide, Mermaid, ...

    Article : 246 words
  49. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 150 words
  50. STANSBURY.

    October 13.—Hay harvest has begun, but the crops are short, so that the proceeds will not be so heavy as last year. The wool clip is giving satisfaction, and the bales are ...

    Article : 69 words
  51. TEMPERANCE.

    A successful entertainment was held on wednesday evening, in the Rechabite Hall, by the members of the Temperance Star juvenile tent. Mr. J. H. Sinclair presided. A floral cantata, "The Coming ...

    Article : 133 words
  52. WILLUNGA.

    October 11—Mr. F. G. Culley, a local farmer, who has been touring England and the Continent during the last nine months is expected home on Monday.—The ...

    Article : 142 words
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