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  2. SUNDAY DRINKING IN CLUBS.

    An important judgment was given at the Banco Court on Tuesday on the question whether the sale of liquor in a club on a Sunday is contrary to the provisions of ...

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  3. RAIN AND FLOODS.

    Floods are out all over the Broughton country, and farmers express the opinion that the waters are likely to rise still higher. The effects of Sunday's rains in ...

    Article : 362 words
  4. OLD AGE PENSIONS.

    Under the Commonwealth Old Age Pensions Act some of the pensioners of the State are not entitled to payments, and a Bill reducing the term of residence from ...

    Article : 170 words
  5. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    A railway tragedy occurred near Murtoa last night. A man was seen to step from behind a pile of sleepers about a mile and a half from Murtoa, and start to walk ...

    Article : 356 words
  6. THE GREEK DRAMA.

    The last of the series of lectures on the subject of the Greek drama was delivered in the Prince or Wales' Theatre at the University last night by Professor Darnley ...

    Article : 841 words
  7. GENERAL NEWS

    The proposal to have a uniform Saturday half-holiday for butchers is being freely discussed by those engaged in the trade. On Tuesday evening a large gathering of ...

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  8. "SISTERS OF THE PEOPLE."

    The anniversary gathering in connection with the Sisters of the People, an organisation carrying on valuable work at the Central Methodist Mission, was held at ...

    Article : 173 words
  9. VICTORIA.

    The death has occurred in the Melbourne Hospital of Louise Crooke, 27 years of age, of Ormond. It is supposed that she was suffering from the effects of poison ...

    Article : 219 words
  10. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    William House (43 years of age), of Tempe who was working on a building at Rockdale fell to the ground, a distance of 20 ft. Several of his ribs were frctured ...

    Article : 346 words
  11. THE HORSHAM TRAGEDY.

    At the Criminal Sittings of the Supreme Court at Warrnambool to-day Albert Hay and Martha Cox were presented for trial before Mr. Justice Hood and a jury on a ...

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  12. A CHAT ABOUT PICTURES.

    There was a good attendance at a meeting of the South australian Society of Arts on Tuesday evening. The vice-president (Mr. E. Davies) occupied the chair. An ...

    Article : 410 words
  13. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    Mr. Fuller (Minister of Home Affairs) thinks that such progress may be made with the Federal capital that it will be established and the Federal Parliament housed ...

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  14. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

    The annual meeting of the Church of England Sunday-school Union was held in the Church Office, Leigh-street, on Tuesday evening, the Bishop (Dr. Thomas) ...

    Article : 332 words
  15. FAREWELL TO MR. CLEMENT GILES.

    Mr. Clement Giles, who has been appointed the London representative of the South Austialian Farmers' Union, was entertained by the directors of his company ...

    Article : 299 words
  16. AMUSEMENTS.

    The sparkling music of "The Girls of Gottenburg," including such gracefully scored items as "The two steps" duet and "Berlin on the spree," remains highly ...

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  17. ROYAL SOCIETY.

    A meeting of the Royal Society of South Australia was held at the North-terrace Institute on Tuesday evening. There was a fair attendance. The president (Dr. J. C. Virgo) occupied the ...

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  18. WESTS VERSUS NORTHS.

    Sir—The public press is not the place for Slayers to discuss football matters, and Mr. Jessop, as captain of a league team, should know this better than I. But as Mr. Jessop ...

    Article : 199 words
  19. CORRESPONDENCE.

    "Goods."—No. "Nemo."—Write to the Commissioner of Police. "E. H. Warren."—Your letter did not ...

    Article : 87 words
  20. IMMIGRATION.

    A report of the Immigration Agent, tabled in the Assembly to-day, shows that during last year 2,584 immigrants were brought into Queensland. 2,282 being adults. ...

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