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  2. A NEW ANGLICAN CHURCH.

    The joundation-stone of the new church of St. George, at Goodwood, will be laid by the Archbishop of Sydney on Saturday afternoon. Most of the visiting bishops ...

    Article : 123 words
  3. SHIPPING NEWS.

    September 24, 4 p.m.—Steamer passing inward. Wind—South, light; sea smooth. ARRIVED—September 24. Dianella, schooner, 84 tons, R. Clark, from Port ...

    Article : 1,117 words
  4. THE CHURCH CONGRESS.

    As the date of the opening of the Church Congress draws nearer interest in the event, which is unique in the history of the State, increases. Already there are a ...

    Article : 330 words
  5. THE WRECKED SOUTHERN CROSS.

    The Southern Cross, referred to in out cables last week as having been wreeked at Tahiti, is not the Melanesian mission vessel of that name. Tahiti, in the Society ...

    Article : 200 words
  6. RIGHTS OF CRITICISM.

    In the course of a speech on Wednesday, in reply to the criticisms of members of the Legislatnc Council, on a motion he intro duced some time ago for the amendment ...

    Article : 202 words
  7. SOME MAGNIFICENT CROPS.

    We have been shown by Messrs. James [?] & Co. two samples of this season's wheat from the district of Baroota. One of the samples is 4 ft. 3 in. in height, and the ...

    Article : 214 words
  8. THE QUEENSLAND DROUGHT.

    Referring to the losses in stock, the Premier of Queensland (Mr. Philp), in an interview on Sunday, stated that last year about 10,000,000 sheep were lost, and ...

    Article : 697 words
  9. WHERE WOMEN RULE.

    The National Council of Women trusts the men who hold public positions, and so far, according to their leaders, the confidence has not been misplaced. Men, ...

    Article : 213 words
  10. AN EARTHQUAKE NUMBER.

    "The Chronicle," which is on sale to-day, contains a complete description of the severe earthquake shocks which were experienced in South Australia on Friday, ...

    Article : 96 words
  11. ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE SHOCK.

    The Deputy Postmaster- General (Sir Charles Todd) informs us that the postmaster at Port Wakefield reported that a sharp shock of earthquake was felt there ...

    Article : 35 words
  12. RAIN PROMISED.

    On Wednesday morning Mr. Griffiths, the assistant Government Astronomer, said— "A barometric depression with a change of weather is moving slowly towards this ...

    Article : 109 words
  13. UNWORKABLE LEGISLATION.

    For three days their honors the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Boucaut, and Mr. Justice Bundey, sat in the Banco Court discussing what they finally decided was an ...

    Article : 340 words
  14. HIGH PRICES FOR NEW HAY.

    In one of the early districts in the lower north hay-cutting will commence, in about a fortnight's time. The crops in the locality referred to are likely to be heavy, and we ...

    Article : 58 words
  15. THE HILLS RAILWAY AND THE EARTHQUAKE.

    Many travellers on the South line always feel relieved when the train in which they are journeying has passed over the bridges between Mitcham and Blackwood. Since ...

    Article : 167 words
  16. "TRUST THE MEN."

    The Countess of Aberdeen, who was the first president of the National Council of Women of Canada, indirectly exerted considerable influence over a meeting of ...

    Article : 413 words
  17. The Advertiser

    Now that the excitement of the earthquake visitation has passed away it is possible to review in calmness the lesson these cosmical disturbances are calculated ...

    Article : 1,284 words
  18. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN CHINA.

    Practically the whole of the butter, cheese, and wine consumed by the "foreign devils" in the Chinese coastal towns is sent from Australia, says Mr. J. M. Allardyce, ...

    Article : 82 words
  19. LORD HAWKE'S CRICKET TEAM.

    The South Australian Cricket Association recently wrote to the New Zealand Cricket Council, asking whether there would be any objection to Lord Hawke's team ...

    Article : 140 words
  20. WOMEN IN CONCLAVE.

    On Wednesday afternoon, in the lady Colton Hall, a meeting was held lo inaugurate a local branch of the National Council of Women. The object of the council is to ...

    Article : 224 words
  21. METEOROLOGICAL NOTES.

    The maximum readings of the thermometer at the Adelaide Obsorvatoiy on Wednesday were:- In the shade, 81.9°; in the sun, 130.9°. Syuopsis. ...

    Article : 480 words
  22. THE FEDERAL BUDGET.

    The Commonwealth has now been in existence for nearly 21 months—what is federation costing us? This question is really important, but there is a wide divergence ...

    Article : 1,283 words
  23. THOUGHTFUL TELEPHONE OPERATORS.

    One little incident in connection with the earthquake which is well worth recording occurred at the telephone exchange on Friday night. When the shock came the young ...

    Article : 181 words
  24. POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS.

    Great Britain, &c., via Suez, per R.M.S. China, this day, 11.15 a.m.; newspapers, 10.15 a.m. Via San Francisco, October 13, 3 p.m., per Sonoma. Via Marseilles, October 4,. 10.15 a.m., ...

    Article : 354 words
  25. PERSONAL.

    Lord and Lady Tennyson will attend the Melbourne Hunt Club races on Saturday. To-day is the forty-second anniversary of the birth of the Marquis, of Linlithgow, ...

    Article : 1,394 words
  26. MR. PHILP AND FEDERATION.

    Mr. Philp (the Premier of Queensland) does not wholly attribute the unfortunate condition of his State to the drought. "The drought," he says, "has had a great deal ...

    Article : 468 words
  27. TOPICS OF THE DAY.

    "The Chronicle," which is published today, is an especially interesting number, and its contents will appeal to all classes o[?] readers. General news, sporting ...

    Article : 342 words
  28. THE WOOL SALES.

    At the Wool Exchange, in Brookman's Building, this morning, the wool season will be inaugurated by the first of the series of sales. Once more the ...

    Article : 323 words
  29. THE ENGLISH MAIL CONTRACT.

    In the House of Assembly on August 21, Mr. J. Darling, M.P., drew the Premier's attention to the fact that the time was approaching when notice would have to be ...

    Article : 148 words
  30. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 1,136 words
  31. Advertising

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    Advertising : 492 words
  32. THE ADELAIDE TRAMWAYS.

    The plans and specifications in connection with the conversion of the Adelaide tramways system from horse to electric traction are now complete, and they will ...

    Article : 235 words
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