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  2. THE COUNTRY.

    About two weeks ago two Italian seamen, named Mancuso, belonging to the Italian barque Shenir. were arrested while attempting to abscond from their ship. They ...

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  3. THE BIBLE SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of the South Australian Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held at the Selway Hall Bible House, Grenfell-street, on ...

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  4. CORRESPONDENCE.

    "Sergius Horan," West Australia.—Cannot say. "Cribbage."—The hand counts 46: sixteen for fifteens, twenty-four for runs, and six ...

    Article : 228 words
  5. POLICE RIFLE MATCH.

    The Police rifle clubs of the various Slates were engaged in a contest on Tuesday, each team firing in its own State. The local men did their shooting at the cyclists ...

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  6. INTER-STATE LAWN TENNIS.

    The twenty-third annual inter-State tennis meeting was commenced at the Warehousemen's Cricket Ground to-day, and no fewer than 68 competitors were engaged in ...

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  7. THE TURF.

    J. Hewton, who is getting a useful string together, has taken possession of the Carrington stables, recently vacated by J. Patterson. The latter has removed the boxes ...

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  8. THE ORPHEUS SOCIETY.

    The Benjamin of the numerous institutions of which Sir Edwin Smith is president is the Orpheus Society, the members of which have so often delighted Adelaide ...

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  9. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    Mr. A. Mackie, chairman of the municipal branch of the Local Government Association, and Mr. T. G. Ellery, secretary, waited upon the Premier on Tuesday ...

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  10. QUEENSCLIFFE (K.I.)

    November 17.—On Wednesday a heavy gale was blowing, and in some places it did u good deal of damage to the early crops that are ripening. Visitors are already ...

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  11. QUORN.

    November 17—Some of the crops around the hills are looking fairly well, and promise seed, if not more; but the farmers on the plains are in a bad way. Should ...

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  12. POULTRY TICK.

    "Breeder" writes:— The poultry tick pest is very active at this season of the year, and its ravages are responsible for very heavy losses, both direct and indirect. ...

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  13. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    A meeting was held in the St. Peters Town Hall on Tuesday evening to hear the views of the various candidates for municipal office in that district. Mr W. H. Storey occupied the chair, and ...

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  14. ROCHESTER:

    November 17.—Last Wednesday was a terrible day here, hot winds and dust blowing all day. The wind carried away the back verandah from the store into the main ...

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  15. A YOUTH MISSING.

    John Rabbitt, son of the railway ganger here, was sent to Ardune station yesterday afternoon with a horse, which he delivered, and started for home, but he has not been ...

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  16. REDHILL.

    November 17.—Visiting Day was observed at the Collinsfield public school on Friday last, when Mrs. H. Darwin distributed the certificates, and also the prizes gained ...

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  17. CRYSTAL BROOK.

    November l8.—The first load of wheat was delivered to-day by Mrs. Wright, of Narridy. The average of her crop is 8 bushels, and the weight 64 lb. It was ...

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  18. DELAMERE.

    November 13.—On Wednesday last then steamer James Comrie called at Cape Jervis for a cargo of wool, and the wind sprang up from the west ...

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  19. SHEARERS AND PUGILISTS

    A suit in Equity, arising out of the recent shearing trouble at Coonamble, was commenced before Mr. Justice Walker today. The plaintiff was William Monaghan ...

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  20. EDUCATIONAL REDUCTIONS AND RETROGRESSION.

    Sir—The drastic policy that has been adopted with regard to the Department of Education warrants one of two impressions —either that the shutters of the State are ...

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  21. RHINE VILLA.

    November 17.—On Friday last the hun dred of Angas school sports and picnic were held on the school grounds, there being a large attendance of scholars, parents, ...

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  22. MILITARY UNIFORMS.

    The Federal Commandant is anxious that the Commonwealth Military Forces over the whole of Australia shall wear the same style of uniforms, and he has ...

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  23. ECHUNGA.

    November 15.—The crops in this district as a rule promise a fair return. The hot weather played havoc with them, especially the pea crop, which had promised a good ...

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  24. ROB[?].

    November 15.—The annual examination of the school here was conducted by Mr. Inspector Martin on Friday, when 21 certificates were gained, and the inspector ...

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  25. "GAMBLING."

    There was a good attendance in the Church Office, Leigh-street, on Tuesday evening, when the Rev. E. A. Forbes delivered an interesting lecture on "Gambling." Archdeacon French ...

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  26. A SOUTH AUSTRALIAN HONORED.

    Mr. W.C. Grasby has received official intimation from the secretary of the Royal Horticultural Society of Victoria that at the last meeting it was resolved that the ...

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  27. GAWLER.

    November l8.—Mr. J. H. Evans (agent for the Milling Company) purchased the first load of new season's wheat to-day. It was grown by Mr. D. Humphreys, of ...

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  28. YORKETOWN.

    November 15.—The annual installation of officers in connection with the Melville Masonic Lodge, No. 36, S.A.C., took place on Wednesday evening. Several visiting ...

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  29. THE PARK LANDS.

    Slowly but surely portions of the Adelaide park lands are being alienated from the purposes for which they were reserved when Adelaide was founded in 1837 by ...

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  30. GEORGETOWN.

    November 17.—A strawberry fete in aid of St. George's Church was held in the Georgetown Institute Hall on Saturday evening. The stalls were tastefully ...

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  31. ST. MARGARETS GUILD BAZAAR.

    On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Alfred Simms opened a bazaar in the Church Hall, Bowden, in aid of the clerical assistance fund of the parish of All Saints. Mrs. Simms was introduced by Canon ...

    Article : 181 words
  32. SPALDING.

    November 14.—At the Magistrates' Court to-day, before Messrs. J. Davies and W. Hinze, Daniel Collina was charged, on this information of the police, with having ...

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  33. GAWLER BUILDING SOCIETY.

    Last night the 59th half-yearly meeting of members of the Gawler Permanent Building and Investment Society was held at the office of the secretary (Mr. W. R. Lewis). The chair was ...

    Article : 138 words
  34. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A split has arisen in the Labor Party, with the result that Mr. A. W. Law (the member for Balmain South) has resigned his seat. When the Estimates were under ...

    Article : 117 words
  35. Advertising

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  36. MARRABEL.

    November 17.—Hay-making is in full swing. The cut generally is light, but here and there are some heavy crops. The wheat crops are looking well, and give promise of ...

    Article : 96 words
  37. THE WOOL SALES.

    The S.A. Farmers' Co-operative Union reports having held the fourth sale of the season. The bidding was brisk throughout the sale, and the auctioneer disposed of nearly the whole of ...

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  38. "AN APPEAL FOR HELP."

    Collected by Miss Clisby...... 0 5 0 ...

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  39. AMUSEMENTS.

    Mr. Howard Vernon and company at the Tivoli Theatre in "Rip Van Winkle" are improving upon acquaintance. Last night the performance passed off very smoothly, ...

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  40. MOUNT GAMBIER.

    November 15.—The storm which swept over the district on Wednesday played sad havoc with the heavy barley and oat crops at Glencoe. They have been blown flat, and ...

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  41. CRICKET.

    Dersel Park v. Sturt United.—Dorsel Park— First, E. Rosman 12, W. G. Lampard 11. E. H. Neale 15, L. Haslam 10, H. C. Watsford 13, J. Wakeman 48; total, 125, Watsford seven for 15. ...

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  42. BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY.

    The Minister for Works has received a report from the Engineer-in-Chief of Water Supply on the Broken Hill water supply. The opinion is expressed that the ...

    Article : 143 words
  43. LAKE ALBERT ESTATE.

    On Tuesday the members for Victoria and Albert in the House of Assembly presented to the Commissioner of Crown Lands a largely signed petition from residents of ...

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  44. TRADE WITH THE EAST.

    The E. & A. liner Eastern, which sailed at noon on Saturday for Manila, took 71,000 wooden paving blocks, 202 carcases lamb and pork, 61 sides veal, 39 crates turkeys, ...

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  45. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    Albert Peters, who is charged with the extraordinary assault on the boy, Charles Sibbald, at Mentone, Victoria, was in the railway service in West Anetralia as a ...

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  46. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

    The monthly meeting ot the executive committee of the South Australian Christian Endeavor Union was held in the C.E. Rooms. King William-street, on Monday, ...

    Article : 189 words
  47. A CLERGYMAN IN TROUBLE.

    The Rev. H. G. Cutts, Anglican clergyman, appeared on remand at the City Court this morning, charged with having on September 17 unlawfully and indecently ...

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  48. STATE CHILDREN'S COUNCIL.

    A meeting of the State Children's Council was held on Monday. There were present Mr. Thomas Rhodes (president), Lady Bonython, Mrs. Brown, Miss Clark, Miss Spence, Dr. Rogers, ...

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  49. VICTORIAN SPORTING.

    Mr. J. Redfearn has privately disposed of the black gelding The Punter, 4 years, by Malvolio from Lady Ellen, to Mr. C. N. Kidman, of West Australia, who was in ...

    Article : 117 words
  50. THEY ALL LIKE IT.

    The man who owns the "Encydopa[?]lia Britannica," and considers it simply a work of reference to be appealed to in case of doubt, or when in quest of specific ...

    Article : 243 words
  51. SIR JAMES LEE STEERE.

    Sir James Lee Steere's medical adviser states that although his patient's condition has not materially altered, it is such as to cause considerable anxiety. ...

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  52. NARRACOORTE.

    November 16.—Mr. W. P. Hayman, who has been manager of Messrs. Young Bros. branch here for about two and a half years, has been appointed manager of Messrs. ...

    Article : 65 words
  53. PORT PIRIE.

    November 17.—The new railway-station in Ellen-street is now open for parcels business, but the rest of the building will not be available until it is finished. Work has ...

    Article : 296 words
  54. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    A rifle match was fired between the Gawler and Williamstown D.R. Clubs on the Gawler range on Saturday, November 15, the conditions being 10 men a side, distances 200, 500, and 600 yards, ...

    Article : 290 words
  55. THE SANDHURST CUP.

    The following are the weights for the Sandhurst Cup, one mile and a quarter:—Combat, Australian, 9 st.; Killua, 8.8; Avalon, 8.7; Fairy States, 8.5; The Abbess. Verres, Mavis, 8.3; Annotate, Eleanor, ...

    Article : 69 words
  56. Advertising

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  57. Advertising

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