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  2. VICTORIAN SPRING CAMPAIGN.

    Fungus and Nest arrived by train nom Sydney to-day. C. Cooper has been seeured to ride Vanity Fair in the two-n[?]ile race. ...

    Article : 949 words
  3. AMUSEMENTS.

    The Anderson Dramatic Company close their season at the Tivoli Theatre this evening, when the stirring and sensational melodrama, "The 10.30 Down Express," will be ...

    Article : 113 words
  4. UNION OP CHURCHES.

    The "Daily Telegraph," Sydney, of October 22, publishes some interesting state-, ments in reference to the possibilities of union between the Presbyterian and ...

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  5. CRIMINAL IDENTIFICATION.

    A representative of "The Advertiser" waited on the Commissioner of Police on Monday, and obtained some interesting information from him regarding the ...

    Article : 1,144 words
  6. HINTS TO RIFLEMEN.

    Mr. J. T. Lake, who has just returned from the Sydney rifle matches, richer by £55 prize-money, and with three out of the four medals offered by the New South ...

    Article : 658 words
  7. THE COUNTRY.

    Mr. J. G. Arnold, a highly respected farmer, of the hundred of Forster, had backed his horses and dray for the purpose of filling a tank of water at Purnong, on ...

    Article : 187 words
  8. THE MILITARY FORCES.

    The Commandant reports that the school of instruction in the new infantry tactics and drill which Lieutenant-Colonel Bayly is now conducting in Adelaide, is proving ...

    Article : 94 words
  9. PORT VICTOR.

    October 27.—A claret jug, presented to the Small-bore Rifle Club, to be shot for on Saturday last at the local ranges, was won by Mr. A. Humberstone. There is a good ...

    Article : 75 words
  10. STANSBURY.

    October 25.—The Bishop of Adelaide (Dr. Harmer) conducted confirmation in St. Augustine's Church yesterday, assisted by the Rev. C. J. Beaumont. Six candidates ...

    Article : 42 words
  11. CAPTAIN DE PASSEY.

    Captain De Passey, who recently sustained a serious injury to his left wrist while, riding to duty at the Staff Office, is still suffering considerable pain and ...

    Article : 65 words
  12. ELOCUTIONARY RECITAL.

    The Rev. J. Alwyn Ewen, of Melbourne delighted a large audience in the Town Hall last night with an elocutionary recital, illustrative of Scottish life and character as ...

    Article : 309 words
  13. WALLAROO.

    October 24.—Friday was visitors day at the Boor's Plains school. A good assortment of school work was exhibited. A capital programme of singing and recitations ...

    Article : 204 words
  14. THE FIELD ARTILLERY.

    Lieutenant-Colonel Lyster is one the lookout for a suitable range for A Battery, Field Artillery. He inspected the battery on Saturday afternoon, and he reports that ...

    Article : 46 words
  15. THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN MOORE.

    Wallaroo, October 26. The inquest concerning the death of Captain Thomas Moore, of the steamer Era, was held at the Wallaroo Courthouse by ...

    Article : 130 words
  16. PROPOSED CADET SYSTEM.

    The Commandant has asked the principals Of the colleges in connection with which Cadet Corps have been formed, if they will fallow some instruction to be given to the ...

    Article : 304 words
  17. PAINFUL ACCIDENT TO A LADY.

    A painful accident happened to the eldest daughter of Mr. J. B. Rigney on Thursday evening. She was walking along the bank of a creek when a cow close by rushed at ...

    Article : 100 words
  18. WOODSIDE.

    October 27.—On Saturday evening the annual meeting of ratepayers of the Onkaparinga district was held in the local institute. Mr. J. Moore, chairman of the ...

    Article : 208 words
  19. A CANINE EARTHQUAKE.

    Last Sunday evening as the Rev. B. C. Matthews was conducting the anniversary service in St. John's Presbyterian Church, Woodside, the large congregation had ...

    Article : 177 words
  20. THE TURF.

    Final acceptances for the Melbourne Cup will close at 4 p.m. to-day, and will be published in a special edition of the "Express." The Gawler Jockey Club received capital ...

    Article : 172 words
  21. RIFLE RANGES.

    Lieutenant-Colonel Owen, who is A.A.G. for Engineer Services on the Military Headquarters Staff, is expected to reach Adelaide shortly to make detailed enquiries ...

    Article : 105 words
  22. THE ABATTOIRS BILL.

    At the meeting of the City Council yesterday, the public works committee reported that the City Abattoirs Bill was recently rejected by the Legislative ...

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  23. A VOLUNTARY CAMP.

    Attemdamce at the camp of instruction, which the Commandant has permitted the O.C. the 2nd Batt[?]lion (Reserve) Infantry to hold shortly, will be purely voluntary. ...

    Article : 129 words
  24. SPRAYING FOR FRUIT PESTS.

    Spraying for the fusicladium in the apples and pears is over for this season. Growers in this neighborhood have spared neither time nor money to save their crops from ...

    Article : 247 words
  25. RAPID TELEGRAPHY.

    Mr. Donald Murray, M.A., is to be congratulated on having convinced the authorities at the General Post-Office, St. Martin's-le-Grand, that his system of rapid ...

    Article : 581 words
  26. TO-DAY'S MARIBYRNONG RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 99 words
  27. THE COMMANDANT AND COUNTRY DEFENDERS.

    The Commandant is arranging to pay [?]ts of inspection to all the country military corps and defence rifle clubs shortly. [?] want the country defenders to receive as ...

    Article : 51 words
  28. WILLIAMSTOWN CUP.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 127 words
  29. DIMINISHING STRENGTH.

    The strength of the South Australian military forces is gradually falling. The latest return shows that the establishment is put down at 2,940, while the total ...

    Article : 71 words
  30. PORT LINCOLN SHOW AND FESTIVAL.

    The annual show and festival in connection with the Church of St. Thomas was held to-day. Mrs. Wightwick, who opened the show, referred to the unanimity ...

    Article : 291 words
  31. COMPENSATING OFFICERS.

    The military authorities have decided to pay compensation to Lieutenant P. Ryan and Lieutenant G. Connell, who joined the pervice in 1880 and 1883 respectively. After ...

    Article : 62 words
  32. GAWLER RACES.

    The following nominations have been received for the Gawler Jockey Club's Spring meeting, to be held on November 10:- Handicap Hurdle Race (one and a half miles): ...

    Article : 214 words
  33. CHESS.

    The thirty-fifth annual meeting of the Adelaide Chess Club was held at Kindermann's Cafe, Rundle-street, on Monday evening. Mr. A. M. Simpson (the president) occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 518 words
  34. CRICKET.

    A meeting of the Southern Cricket Association was held on October 22 at Willunga. Mr. C. E. Pridmore (president) in the chair. All the clubs were represented except Noarlunga. ...

    Article : 752 words
  35. WILLIAMSTOWN RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 46 words
  36. ARDROSSAN.

    October 25.—The local institute has been in the hands of the painters for the last six weeks. On Friday evening a reopening concert was held. The following ladies and ...

    Article : 87 words
  37. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    Saturday being an off day in military ciicles. the officers commanding the two active infantry battalions (Lieutenant-Colonel Genders and Lieutenant-Colonel Adams) each captained a team of ...

    Article : 564 words
  38. W.A.T.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 348 words
  39. MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.

    October 24.—Present—The Major (Mr. A. W. Silver), and Crs. Bennett Daly. Measday, Naish, and Somers. The Mayor reported that the new by laws bad been forwarded to the Crown Lands ...

    Article : 309 words
  40. ELLISTON.

    October 23.—On, October 15 the bay presented a lively appearance, owing to the presence of four vessels-the Jessie Darling, the Lillie Hawkins, the Mary Ellis, and ...

    Article : 99 words
  41. LAWN TENNIS.

    Burwood A. V. Burwood B.—Dale and Von Bertouch beat Ford and Humphris, 6—3, 6—3; Goodes and Simpson beat Cole and Hammer, 6—3, 6—2; Dale beat Hammer, 6—3, 6—3; Von Bertouch beat ...

    Article : 63 words
  42. GREENOCK.

    October 27.—Angaston possesses a brass band of no mean order of merit. Seventeen members of the combination visited this township on Saturday evening last, and ...

    Article : 59 words
  43. Advertising

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    Advertising : 20 words
  44. KAPUNDA.

    October 27.—There is in agitation in the town for the taking over of Dutton Park by the Kapunda Corporation. The park is now held in trust for the public by a ...

    Article : 122 words
  45. OUR BOYS' INSTITUTE.

    A meeting of the board of management of Our Boys' Institute, was held on Monday afternoon, Mr. P. Wood in the chair. The finance statement showed that £35 IS/10 had ...

    Article : 86 words
  46. NORTON'S SUMMIT

    October 27.—Sincere regret was felt here at the death of Mrs. Robert Norton, which took place last week. Mrs. Norton had been a member of the Baptist Church for ...

    Article : 67 words
  47. Advertising

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    Advertising : 18 words
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