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  2. THE COUNTRY.

    The fine new Town Hall was opened at Wallaroo to-day by the Premier. The hall cost £3,065, and will seat a thousand persons. Speaking at the luncheon given ...

    Article : 121 words
  3. THE TURF.

    Norval has been scratched for the Tara Steeplechase to be run at Caulfield on Saturday. Insect for the Rosstown Plate, Lowland Chief for the Hurdle and the Armidale ...

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  4. THE HINDMARSH BRIDGE FATALITY.

    On Wednesday afternoon the City Coroner (Dr. Ramsay Smith) held an enquiry at the Globe Hotel, Bowden, into the circumstances surrounding the death of Gertie ...

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  5. THE PORT ADELAIDE INSTITUTE.

    To-day; Port Adelaide can boast, of an inatitute which is second to none outside Adelaide. It stands in a central position in the seaport town, not alone as an ...

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  6. EDEN VALLEY.

    November 15.—The annual concert in connection with the local Young Men's Literary Society was held in the school hall on Friday evening, when there was a crowded ...

    Article : 99 words
  7. QUORN.

    November l8.—Mr. W. H. Hoggarth, who has just returned from an extended trip through the old country, delivered an interesting and instructive lecture on his trip ...

    Article : 87 words
  8. HOYLETON.

    November l8.—Mr. I. M. Evens had an uncomfortable experience last evening. He was riding on a load of hay, and just as the waggon approached the stockyard one of ...

    Article : 127 words
  9. RENMARK.

    November. 17.—An unfortunate error crept into the report of the inquest on the fire at Mr. H. S. Pike's house at this place. It stated that the enquiry was into the ...

    Article : 69 words
  10. LORD RANFURLY AT MILDURA.

    Shortly after his arrival here Lord Ranfurly had a hurried business trip to Renmark, returning here on Tuesday morning. On Wednesday evening Lord and Lady ...

    Article : 291 words
  11. SADDLEDWORTH.

    November l8.—A new disaster lias befallen the farmers, and many of them may; be seen with, extra strong eyeglasses carefully inspecting stalks of wheat in their ...

    Article : 187 words
  12. HOLDER.

    November 13.—On Friday afternoon visiting day was celebrated at the local public school. In the evening parents and friends enjoyed a short programme of songs and ...

    Article : 70 words
  13. HOUGHTON.

    November 12.—There was a good attendance at the picnic and entertainment given on Monday in aid of the new lecture-hall. The afternoon was spent in going ...

    Article : 90 words
  14. STATE RIGHT.

    Sir—The Federal Constitution (section 9) provides that the Parliament of the Commonwealth may make laws prescribing the "method" of choosing senators, and that ...

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  15. STIRLING EAST.

    November l8.—On Monday evening a su[?] cessful social and strawberry fete were held in aid of the Ashton Memorial Church Trust, Mr. G. Charlesworth presiding. A ...

    Article : 90 words
  16. A SHEARING DISPUTE.

    The shearers at Coola station struck work to-day. This morning the boss of the board told one of the shearers who had been cutting his sheep more than the ...

    Article : 283 words
  17. KADINA.

    November 15.—On Friday evening the fifth draughts match of the season was played, the contestants being representatives of the Wallaroo Chess and Draught ...

    Article : 349 words
  18. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

    On Sunday last the anniversary of the Parkside West Methodist Church was celebrated. The Rev. F. Bullock preached in the morning, and the Rev. J. D. Langsford ...

    Article : 616 words
  19. SPURIOUS COINS.

    Business people at Port Adelaide should carefully examine the coins offered them by customers, as an attempt is being made to pass counterfeit half-crowns; Sub-Inspector ...

    Article : 70 words
  20. MENTONE RACES.

    Agreeable weather favored the Mentone meeting, to-day, but the attendance was only moderate. Details:- MAIDEN PLATE. ...

    Article : 572 words
  21. DOLPHINS ON THE LAKES.

    Great excitement was caused here this morning by the report that a shark bad been seen in Lake Albert. A number of townspeople turned out with guns and ...

    Article : 65 words
  22. FORESTERS' LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.

    The annual reunion of members of the Independent Order of Foresters' Life Assurance Society of Canada was held at the Covent Garden Restaurant, King William-street, on Wednesday evening. ...

    Article : 392 words
  23. LUCINDALE.

    November l8—The Rev. A. H. Melbourne conducted a service in the Presbyterian Church last night in aid of Methodist foreign missions, and delivered an ...

    Article : 81 words
  24. APPILA-YARROWIE.

    November 15.—A strawberry fete was held in the Town Hall on Wednesday last in aid of the building fund. There was a good attendance. The principal workers ...

    Article : 69 words
  25. BOWHILL.

    November 14.—A severe duststorm was experienced on Wednesday. The wind was so boisterous that the mail steamer Waradgery was unable to effect a landing at ...

    Article : 74 words
  26. MOUNT GAMBLER.

    November l8.—This evening LieutenantColonel Genders delivered a lecture in the institute on the benefits and interests of the A.N.A. Mr. Geo. Sturtzel occupied ...

    Article : 105 words
  27. BULL'S CREEK.

    November 15.—The late hot weather adversely affected the crops. The pea crop suffered considerably, the top blossoms being blighted, so that the yield will be ...

    Article : 67 words
  28. MOOROOK.

    November 17.—On Wednesday and Thursday last we experienced one of the severest duststorms ever known here. On Thursday people in their dwellings had to light ...

    Article : 149 words
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  30. BENDLEBY.

    November 17.—Except for two small patches that happened to get flooded early in the season there is not a single head of wheat to be seen here. Fortunately on ...

    Article : 158 words
  31. HUGH PRICE HUGHES.

    We knew the her[?] had been badly wounded. But death was never in our anxious fears; With ministries of love so well surrounded, We gave him many years. ...

    Article : 191 words
  32. MILDURA.

    November 17.—The annual installation of the Mildura Lodge of Freemasons took place on Tuesday, when P.M. Bro. E. Semmens installed Bro. F. J. Pennifold as ...

    Article : 196 words
  33. THE RAINFALL.

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  35. BARUNGA GAP.

    November 17.—The first load of new wheat was delivered [?]ere to-day by Mr. W. J. Bailey, and was bought by Mr. McCormack, the agent for Messrs. W. R. Cave ...

    Article : 66 words
  36. COULTA.

    November 14.—Shearing is finished. There was a great shortage in wool owing to lack of early rains, and loss of sheep though drought and wild dogs. The dogs are ...

    Article : 120 words
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  39. COLLINSFIELD.

    November l8.—On Friday last visiting day was observed at the local public school, and a fair number of parents and friends of the scholars were present. The annual ...

    Article : 112 words
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  42. EDITHBURGH.

    November 17.—The need of the proposed dredging at Edithburgh was amply exemplified on Friday. The Nemesis, which arrived here on that day, struck the ground after ...

    Article : 166 words
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