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  2. THE COUNTRY.

    KAPUNDA. May 1.—The Institute Ha[?] was crowded last night, when the musical and literary competitions were continued. The Christ Church Dramatic Company ...

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  3. THE PORT PIRIE CONFERENCE.

    Yesterday morning Mr. G. D. Delprat, general manager of the Proprietary Company, received a deputation from the Combined Unions, the following delegates ...

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  4. SIGNALS AT SEA

    Mr. Leslie R. Sundercombe, the second officer of the Adelaide Steamship Company's steamer Grantala, has made a name for himself all round the Australian coast ...

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  5. THE STATE DAIRY FARMS.

    Since the establishment by the Government in November last of the State Dairy Farm at Turretfield, encouraging progress has been made under the ...

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  6. ATTACK ON ORANGEISM.

    In opening the new school at the Loreto Ladies' College on Sunday afternoon the Archbishop of Adelaide (Dr. O'Reily) said there was an institution, unfortunately not ...

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  7. GENERAL NEWS

    On Sunday the North German Lloyd Company's steamer Seydlitz arrived from Bremen and was taken to a berth in the Outer Harbor. Although the vessels of ...

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  8. THE MISSING POET.

    The strange disappearance of the wellknown poet, Mr. John Davidson, gives a peculiar interest to the last poem received by his publisher (Mr. Grant Richards) ...

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  9. CORRESPONDENCE.

    "A.G.W."—The holding of a gun license does not entitle you to shoot, Without permission, on property held under lease by another person. ...

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  10. CONVENT TRAGEDY.

    Rome is considerably disturbed by the fearful crime of an atheist, who went to a convent and stabbed a young girl to death, afterwards taking his own life (says ...

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  11. THE LOTHIAN CLUB.

    There was a fine attendance at a meeting of this Lothian Club at the Prince Alfred Hotel on Saturday evening. Mr. R. Gilchrist (president) occupied the chair. The lecturer a the evening. ...

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  12. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Mary Thompson, a laundress, was found at the Coogee Bay Hotel on Saturday lymg on her bed with her throat cut from ear to ear. She was taken ta the ...

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  13. VICTORIA.

    Dalgety & Co. have been advised by cable that the White Star Line cargo steamer Tropic arrived at London from Australia on Thursday last. ...

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  14. MUSIC TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The May meeting of the South Australian Music Teachers' Association was held at the Lyric Club on Saturday evening Dr. E. Harold Davies presided over a large attendance, Six new members ...

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  15. BROKEN HILL.

    Two outbreaks of fire occurred last night in a six-roomed boarding-house occupied by Mr. John Fontaine. The first fire, about 9.30 o'clock, was extinguished by the ...

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  16. QUEENSLAND.

    The Japanese steamer Kumano Maru arrived from Japan at Pinkenba to-day after an uneventful voyage. The vessel brings 443 tons of cargo for Sydney, 160 tons for ...

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  18. THE OUTER HARBOR.

    Sir—One of the things badly needed near Adelaide is a safe harbor for large ships. Cities that have a natural harbor, like Sydney, Melbourne Dunedin, and Wellington, ...

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  19. RAID ON A TWO-UP SCHOOL.

    The police made a successful raid on a two-up school near the Rosebery Park Racecourse this afternoon. Ten police rushed a crowd engaged in playing the ...

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