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THE TURF.
Owners and trainers are reminded that nominations for the principal events of the S.A.J.C. Autumn meeting are due with Mr. Whitington up to 4 p.m. on Monday, March 7. In …
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(1490 words)

PORT LINCOLN RACES.
Port Lincoln, February 22.
The Port Lincoln Racing Clab held their annual meeting on the racecourse, North Shields, last Thursday and Friday, Mr. G. Dorward having placed the ground at the …
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(306 words)

THE BETTING MARKET.
Melbourne, February 23.
The feature of the betting market this afternoon was the support accorded to Veloce for the Newmarket Handicap. The stable managed to secure several thousands at from …
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(157 words)

FLEMINGTON TRAINING NOTES.
Melbourne, February 23.
This morning at Flemington Beau Brummel, under a light weight put past the sand circle, one mile three furlongs, in the rattling time of 2 min. 29½ sec. Scotchman …
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(123 words)

V.R.C. SCRATCHINGS.
Melbourne, February 23.

[Detailed lists, results, guides]
(45 words)

THE CYCLORAMA.
The Cyclorama of the Crimean War still continues to prove a great attraction, despite the fact that the mercury appears to be endeavoring to escape from the warm embraces …
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(91 words)

MARINE CONTINENTAL.
With the twofold object of getting a little fresh air and of hearing music from a good band a large number of people on Wednesday evening patronised the second marine …
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(296 words)

SEA WORTHINESS OF EXCURSION BOATS.
TO THE EDITOR.
Sir–We notice in your columns of yesterday a letter signed « Yatala » questioning the seaworthiness of the various steamers plying for exclusion traffic, presumably in the gulf and …
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(404 words)

Advertising

[Advertising]
(488 words)

AMUSEMENTS.
THEATRE ROYAL.
The amusing musical and farcical comedy « Fun on the Bristol » will be presented at the Theatre Royal on Saturday next by the Cosgrore Musical Comedy Company, Mr. …
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(91 words)

THE FIFTH TEST MATCH.
BEGINS ON SATURDAY. BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGES.
As the fifth test match between Mr. A. E. Stoddart’s team of English cricketers and an Australian Eleven begins in Sydney on Saturday, the publication of the following …
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(719 words)

THE SHEFFIELD SHIELD.
BOWLING ANALYSES.
In continuation of the figures published in Wednesday’s Advertiser dealing with the Sheffield matches, we now givo fl&e bowlinff analytee, which are as follows:– 1 …
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(390 words)

THE SALT INDUSTRY.
Yorketown, February 21.
Since the allotment of the Lake Fowler blocks on January 24 last the big; salt lake has presented a busy appearance. In addition to Messrs. H. Berry & Co., some of the …
[Article]
(308 words)

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MINING.
THE BLUMBERG FIELD. GREAT POSSIBILITIES OF WEALTH.
A gentleman who has had large experience of mining in South Africa and other parts in the world supplies us with the following account of the impressions, formed by him during …
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(1529 words)

THE ELDER CONSERVATORIUM.
Learning that some feeling existed among musical students about certain regulations of the Elder Conservatorium, a representative of The Advertiser interviewed the director …
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(311 words)

WATER ON YORKE’S PENINSULA.
Messrs. W. Copley and J. Shannon, members for Yorke’s Peninsula, presented to the Commissioner of Public Works on Tuesday a petition from a number of farmers and other …
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(161 words)

THE WINE TRADE.
COMPULSORY COMMISSIONS.
Mr. E. Burney Young (manager of the London Produce Depot) has forwarded to the Acting Minister of Agriculture the following article from Ridley’s Wine Trade Journal of …
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(1364 words)

THE SMYRNA FIG.
TO THE EDITOR.
Sir–Under the above heading in Thursday’s Advertiser appears a paragraph in which you say– »Prior to this no one in South Australia has had any success in obtaining the ripe …
[Article]
(129 words)

WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLD MINES.
The manager of Hannan’s Central Extended G.M. Co. telegraphed on February 23:– « One month’s exemption from date granted. » The manager of the Golden Queen gold …
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(88 words)

MINING NEWS
BLOCK 10 MINE. Broken Hill, February 23.
Block 10 mill last week, running only five days, treated 2,076 tons of crude sulphides, returning 454 tons of concentrates, worth approximately 31 oz. of silver. 63½ per cent, of …
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(128 words)

MEETINGS OF COMPANIES.
RAILWAY GOLD MINING COMPANY.
A special general meeting of shareholders in the Railway G.M. Co. was held at Ware Chambers, King William-street, on Wednesday afternoon to consider the financial position …
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(490 words)

BULLION RETURNS.
IVANHOE GOLD CORPORATION, February 12. –Clean up for two weeks, 793 tons for 1,354oz. of gold. Assay of tailings, 17 dwt. MANAGERS’ REPORTS.
GOLDEN ZOEN, Jan. 29.– »Main shaft–N.W. on reef 33 ft 6 in. Lode stronger; 20 in. wide on footwall. On hanging-wall it varies from 4 in. to 15 in. in width; for past few ft. ore on footwall carrying …
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(3626 words)

THE LATE MISS FRANCES.
WILLARD.
Miss Frances Elizabeth willard, whose death has been announced by cable, was born September 28, 1839, at Churchville, near Rochester, New York. She was a graduate … [ILLUSTRATED]
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(1968 words)

DEATH OF MRS. HUNT.
Gladstone, February 23.
Mrs. Hunt, wife of the senior Inspector [?] Police, died to-day. The deceased had been ill for about three weeks, and was beloved by all who knew her, She leaves five daughter …
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(56 words)

WHITE PATENT RAIL-JOINT
COMPANY.
Mr. R.A. White, who has [?] all this rights of the White Patent Rail-Joint-Company (in liquidation), invited the sharecholder in that company to meet him on Wednesday, …
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(59 words)

THE MARINE BOARD.
Mount Gambier, February 23.
The president, two wardens, and [?] of the Marine Board arrived last night and today inspected the Cape North[?] lighthouse and lifeboat. They consider the …
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(54 words)

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