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  2. THE WEATHER MAP.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 308 words
  3. A TERRIFIC COLLISION.

    During the progress of a motor cycle race at Wallan on Saturday afternoon two of the competitors, Mr. Harry Thornton (30). a single man, residing in Melbourne, and ...

    Article : 166 words
  4. AMUSEMENTS.

    "Her Lnck in London," which was presented by William Anderson's dramatic company at the Theatre Royal on Saturday night, is a play which is interesting ...

    Article : 2,508 words
  5. BOYS OF THE OLD BRIGADE.

    At a time like this, when danger threatens the motherland, there is no more patriotic body of citizens than the South Australian Corps of Veterans. Last ...

    Article : 1,472 words
  6. WHAT A SOLDIER SAW.

    While occupying the important post of Trades Commissioner for South Australia in England, Major A. E. M. Norton, D.S.O. (now managing director of the Bristol and ...

    Article : 947 words
  7. THE COUNTRY.

    BALAKLAVA, August 14.—The Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. F. W. Young), Messrs. David James, and O. H. D[?]hst arrived by the midday train to-day ...

    Article : 1,879 words
  8. THE WAR.

    Sir—Permit us to thank the many donors of literature and money for games for the naval and military men now on active service. The many ...

    Article : 3,212 words
  9. BOXING.

    At the Pavilion on Saturday nignt Jack Jannese, the holder of the bantam championship of Australia, outpointed George Newbury in a contest for the Bantam Championship. ...

    Article : 34 words
  10. SHIPPING NEWS.

    The German steamer Coloar, from Sydney, has taken refuge at Madeira. Arrivals at London include the Moldavia, the Australian, the Ballarat, the Liverpool, ...

    Article : 118 words
  11. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S LIQUOR BILL.

    Sir—For the fifth year in succession I have undertaken the duty of computing the South Australian liquor bill. It is not an exhilarating task. To contemplate the ...

    Article : 1,147 words
  12. A HOUSE RANSACKED.

    While the Rev. W. and Mrs. Janzow were at the Flinders-street Lutheran Church on Sunday evening, their residence in Wakefield-street was broken into. The ...

    Article : 97 words
  13. CHEMISTS' PRICES.

    Sir—A letter signed "Daily Reader" appeared in your columns on August 13, complaining of the increase in patent medicines made by the chemists. I feel ...

    Article : 394 words
  14. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "Argument," Narracoorte.—No. There is a Bronzewing Poultry Farm under the management of Mr. H. [?]ope, at Plymoton. "The Boy."—You should write direct to ...

    Article : 519 words
  15. WEST COAST LANDS.

    Sir—Our Government professes to have the interest of the man on the land as heart, but any sensible person will come to the conclusion that unless practical men ...

    Article : 388 words
  16. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    A largely attended meeting of the Millicent Rifle Club was held at the Millicent Hotel on Monday night, the captain, Mr. F. Knowles, presiding. Trophies won in recent shoots were ...

    Article : 148 words
  17. EDUCATION.

    "Well, Freddie, did you learn anything new at school to-day?" "Yes, ma." "What was it, my boy?" ...

    Article : 38 words
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