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  2. SPORTING NEWS.

    A new racing season opens to-day. Yearlings will now rank as two-year-olds. Acceptances for the Caulfield Grand National Hurdle Race are due to-day. ...

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  3. ADELAIDE CORPORATION FINANCES.

    At the meeting of the Adelaide City Council on Monday afternoon Councillor Bonython moved— That a special committee be appointed to take ...

    Article : 1,960 words
  4. THE PRODUCER.

    Mr. P. H. Suter, the Government Dairy Expert, arrived in Mount Gambier on Thursday evening, and on Friday inspected the Mount Gambler Cheese and Butter ...

    Article : 1,344 words
  5. THE COUNTRY.

    The welcome rain has come at last, and has effectually put a stop to water-carting, and removed, at least for the time being, all danger of a water famine. Tanks, ...

    Article : 3,509 words
  6. ROAD CONSTRUCTION.

    Sir—I am unable to detect anything valuable to this State in the remarks of Councillor Stanley, of Melbourne, on roads, quoted in The Advertiser of to-day. He ...

    Article : 508 words
  7. CORRESPONDENCE.

    "Curious."—Yes. "P.V.M."—At Sydney. "A Lamp Post."—E. Stagpoll. "Murrin," W.A.—Apply to the French ...

    Article : 784 words
  8. EAST-END MARKET COMPANY.

    The half-yearly meeting of the East-End Market Company was held at the company's offices, East-terrace, on Monday. The chairman of directors (Senator ...

    Article : 109 words
  9. AMUSEMENTS.

    Mr. Watkin Mills and his English Concert Company will give the first of their farewell concerts at the Adelaide Town Hall this evening. Since Mr. Mills and his ...

    Article : 545 words
  10. THE MOUNT BARKER-ROAD.

    Sir—Drivers of vehicles who are compelled to make use of the Mount Barkerroad are complaining bitterly of its deplorable state between the Eagle-on-the-Hill ...

    Article : 341 words
  11. NORWOOD INSTITUTE.

    The annual meeting of the Kensington and Norwood Institute was heid last night, the president (Sir Edwin Smith) presiding. The report of the committee stated that 517 volumes, in addition to ...

    Article : 209 words
  12. ADELAIDE CITY COUNCIL.

    July 31.—Present—The Mayor (Mr. Theodore Bruce), Aldermen Downs, Johnson, Tucker, and Wells, Councillors Baker, Barnfield, Bonython, Frinsdor[?], Hines Isaacs, Moulden, Myers, Pullin, ...

    Article : 450 words
  13. EAST TORRENS COUNCIL.

    July 27.—Present—Councillors Cowling, A. Smith. Watkins, Dunn, and S. Smith. Councillor Cowling was re-elected chairman. Messrs. William Cranwell, James McKerlie, W. G. Watkins, ...

    Article : 83 words
  14. BAD BREATH

    Your breath is foul, and you do not perceive it yourself. Like the person who is always among the oils and varnishes, and gets used to what is to many people a ...

    Article : 178 words
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