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  2. ENGLISH CRICKET NOTES.

    To all intents and purposes the first-class cricket season of 1903 came to an end with the drawing of stumps last Saturday, and from the averages as completed to that day ...

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  3. CONGREGATIONAL UNION.

    The Rev. W. H. Newbould, the new chairman of the Congregational Union and home mission, which commences its business session this morning, held a reception of ...

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  4. AMUSEMENTS.

    At the Town Hall this evening a complimentary concert will,be tendered to the Locomotive Band prior to their departure for Ballarat, where they purpose competing ...

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  5. VICTORIA.

    A Chinese, Shang Lee, was to-day fined 10/ and costs at Port Melbourne for allowing a person in his laundry to work after 5 p.m. ...

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  6. BIBLE SOCIETY.

    A public demonstration in connection with the forthcoming centenary of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held at the Adelaide Town Hall on Monday ...

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  7. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    Owing to an interruption in the telegraph line near Wentworth no New South Wales telegrams had come to hand when The Advertiser went to press this morning. ...

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  8. THE MUNICIPAL BILL.

    It is well known that the Mayor of Adelaide (Mr. L. Cohen, M.P.) is strongly opposed to some amendments which have been effected by the House of Assembly ...

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  9. TREES INTERFERING WITH WATER MAINS.

    The report of the finance committee, which was adopted at the meeting of the City Council on Monday afternoon, stated that the town clerk had submitted a further ...

    Article : 170 words
  10. A WITNESS FINED.

    At the Bendigo Police Court H. Lowe and F. Poynter were proceeded against for wagering The principal witness was a young man, C. R. C. Irvine, who said he ...

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  11. VISITING BANDSMEN.

    The Australian Workers' Association Band from Boulder City, Western Australia, arrived by the steamer Coolgardie yesterday afternoon. It is their intention to ...

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  12. MISS ADA CROSSLEY.

    Miss Ada Crossley had an overflowing attendance at her farewell concert to-night, 500 people having been turned away at the doors. In course of the encores she ...

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  13. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

    The Corpus Christi Day outdoor services, which were postponed from June last, were held on Sunday at St. Paul's Retreat, Glen Osmond. The various Roman Catholic ...

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  14. INTER-STATE LAWN TENNIS.

    The following players have been selected by the committee of the S.A.L.T. Association to practise for the forthcoming inter-State match, which is to be played in ...

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  15. A RIVER MYSTERY.

    Yesterday morning Edward Finnsley called at the Burnley police-station, and reported the discovery of a hat and umbrella on the banks of the river. Sergeant ...

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  16. CORRESPONDENCE.

    "Sympathy."—You should communicate with the church authorities. "F. Giles," Magill.—All the particulars you require will no doubt be found in "The ...

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  17. PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETYS EXHIBITION.

    The attendance at the Photographic Society's Exhibition, at the North-terrace Institute was more than maintained on Monday. So great was the crowd during ...

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  18. COUNCILS AT VARIANCE.

    The long-standing feud between the Hindmarsh and Woodville councils regarding the deepening by the Hindmarsh surveyor of a culvert on the Torrens-road, within the ...

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  19. THE LIQUOR LAWS.

    A deputation representing the Victorian Liquor Trades Defence Union waited to-day on the Premier (Mr. Irvine), and stated its objections to the passing into ...

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  20. THE GOODWOOD TRAMWAY.

    It would appear that the relations between the Unley Council and Mr. C. Will-cox, propri[?]tor of the Goodwood tramway are not as amicable as they might be, for ...

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  21. CHAMPION HOMING RACE.

    On Monday morning Mr. S. B. Fisher, of Ballarat, Victoria, forwarded the following telegram to Mr. W. Welch, the hon. secretary of the S.A. Homing Association, ...

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  22. THE RECENT LIFT FATALITY.

    An inquest was held to-day concerning the fatal lift accident, resulting in the death of Mrs. Margaret Close, at the National Mutual life offices, on Friday. The ...

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  23. WORK FOR THE UNEMPLOYED.

    At a meeting of the City Council on Monday afternoon Councillor Myers moved— "(l) That with a view of giving work to the unemployed ratepayers of the city, 2,000 ...

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  24. AN INDIGENT CENTENARIAN.

    Sir—I wish to draw the attention of the charitably disposed to an interesting case for their consideration. Mrs. Bartlett, of the Walkerville Almshouses, will celebrate ...

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  25. THE TORRENS LAKE.

    A progrese report of the special committee appointed to enquire as to the best means to remove the mud banks in the Torrens Lake was tabled in the City Council, at the ...

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  26. ILLEGALLY SELLING LIQUOR.

    In the District Court to-day Mr. Dwyer, P.M., gave his reserved decision in the case against Thomas Roper, Frederick John-stone, and Robert Kirk, who were charged ...

    Article : 127 words
  27. A MOTOR LAUNCH.

    Messrs. F. Jolley & Sons, the boat proprietors of the Torrens Lake, have just had constructed a 6-horsepower motor stem-wheel launch for picnic parties. It is ...

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  28. ABOUT A BOY.

    George Fowler, a bright-looking boy, 13 years of age, was brought before the City Court to-day on a charge of having no visible lawful means of support. The action ...

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  29. A ROUGH PASSAGE.

    The baque Lord Elgin, which arrived at Port Adelaide 100 days out from Barry on Monday, with over 1,000 tons of pig iron and the same quantity of coke, for this ...

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  30. THE CITY COUNCIL.

    A meeting of the City Council was held o[?] Monday afternoon, when there were present, the Mayor (Mr. L. Cohen, M.P.), Aldermen Bruce, Johnson, Vardon, Downs, and Wells, and ...

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  31. FOOTBALL.

    South Australian Association.—On Monday evening the last ordinary meeting of the committee for the season was held at the United Service Hotel. The chairman (Mr. J. R. Anderson) ...

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  32. THERMOMETER READINGS.

    The maximum readings of the thermometer at the Adelaide Observatory up-till 3 p.m. on Monday were:—In the shade, 77.0 deg.; in the sun, 131.3 deg. On ...

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  33. A MOTOR ACCIDENT.

    Shortly before 9 p.m. on Monday Mr. T. Williams, who resides in Gouger-street, was riding a motor bicycle along Hindley-street, when the machine suddenly broke, ...

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  34. A WOULD-BE SUICIDE.

    At the City Court to-day Charles Timothy, a tinsmith, was charged with having attempted to commit suicide. It appeared, that on the afternoon of October 1 he threw ...

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  35. UNLEY COUNCIL.

    October 12—Present—The Mayor (Mr. J. H. Chinner), Aldermen Brown, Grundy, Dring, and Vardon, Councillors Cook, V. Lewis, Killicoat, Prout, Fengelly, Macklin, and A. S. Lewis. The ...

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  36. GAWLER ASSOCIATION PREMIERSHIP.

    The premiership match of the Gawler Football Association was played on the Gawler Oval on October 10, and was won by the Willastons. The gama was well contested throughout, the final ...

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  37. A WEALTHY CLERIC.

    The will of Monsignor O'Hea, of Coburg, was to-day lodged in the Probate Office by the National Trustees Company. The estate was proved at £18,424, which, after ...

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  38. WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE AND THE LABOR PARTY.

    Sir—According to your report of the meeting of the Gawler branch of the Australasian National League, held on October 9, Mr. B. A. Moulden, president of the ...

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  39. BROKEN HILL TRAIN SERVICE.

    With regard to a statement that there is a probability of the South Australian railway authorities reinstating the Sunday service to Broken Hill, the Railways ...

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  40. RATING GOVERNMENT PREMISES.

    In the Full Court to-day an interesting point came up as to whether the house occupied by a sergeant of police at Rochmond, could be rated by the municipality. The ...

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  41. BOYS' FIELD CLUB.

    A considerable number of members of the Boys' Field Club availed themselves on Saturday of the opportunity to visit Blackwood, which at this time of the year is a particularly good hunting ground. ...

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  42. THE McDOUALL STUART STATUE.

    Mr. J. White, the Sydney sculptor, arrived in Adelaide on Saturday, having been asked by the committee who have the work in hand to attend and pass the block of ...

    Article : 158 words
  43. FATAL GUN ACCIDENT.

    A sad shooting fatality 19 reported from Lillimur. Lloyd Burgess, aged l8, went out shooting, and as he did not return at dark a search party went out and about ...

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  44. WOMEN AND GIRLS IN FACTORIES.

    Sir—I hear it whispered in all directions that although the law lays down 48 hours per week as the time for women and girls to be employed in factories and workshops, ...

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  45. BASKET BALL.

    The final game of the basket ball season was played in the O.B.I, gymnasium on Saturday, the contestants being the Semaphore and the Bankville teams. The Semaphores won an ...

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  46. ADELAIDE GOLF CLUB.

    The second competition of the season for the Browne trophy was played for on Saturday at Glenelg, and resulted in an easy win for Dr. B. Smeaton, with 101—20—81. Thirty-two members ...

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  47. LACROSSE.

    The annual meeting of the Adelaide Deaf Mute Lacrosse Club was held at the institute, Wright-street, on Friday evening. The secretary, in presenting his annual report, stated that the ...

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  48. THE BALLARAT COMPETITIONS.

    The total results obtained by the Reeves team of elocutionists from Adelaide at the Ballarat competition were eminently satisfactory. Members of the team competed ...

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  49. DROWNING FATALITY.

    A sad case of drowning occurred at the Lang Lang River yesterday afternoon, four miles from the township. Samuel Thompson, aged 17, of Lang Lang, went with two ...

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  50. Advertising

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  51. TENNIS.

    Glen Osmond v. Glenbrook. — Johnston and G Raws lost to E. W. Mitton and Burnell 4—6, 6—4, 2—6; Hiscock and Martin boat Hope and Hunwick, 6—4, 1—6, 6—2; ...

    Article : 196 words
  52. A JOCKEY KILLED.

    Michael O'Flaherty, a jockey, who sustained concussion of the brain and a fractured skull through colliding with a post while riding in a race at Laanecoorie on ...

    Article : 41 words
  53. Advertising

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  54. THE CHINESE STRIKE.

    Though the difficulty between the masters and men in the Chinese furniture- making trade still remains unsettled, furniture by waggon loads is ...

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  55. DRAG HUNT AT PENOLA.

    Great interest was taken in the drag hunt held in the vicinity of Penola on Friday afternoon The field comprised the following:—M. A. Dwyer (acting master) on Supporter, W. Davison on Trilby, ...

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  56. A PRESENTATION.

    The employes of the Adelaide Co-operative Society on Saturday presented Miss Hilda Tanner, who is leaving the employ of the society to be married, with a handsome marble clock, silver ...

    Article : 39 words
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