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  • THE DEATH OF PRINCE HENRY. THE QUEEN PROSTRATED. CONDOLENCE FROM THE KAISER. London, January 22.

    Farther particulars concerning the death of His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Battenberg axe to the effect that he was proceeding to Madeira when his illness took a ... [Article] (79 words)
  • THE FLYING SQUADRON. POSTPONEMENT OF REVIEW.

    In consequence of the bereavement of her daughter, Her Majesty has reluctantly cancelled her engagement to review the Flying Squadron recently commissioned under the ... [Article] (53 words)
  • THE KAISER'S CONDOLENCE.

    The Emperor of Germany has sent messages of condolence to his aunt, Princess Beatrice, and to his grandmother, the Queen. ... [Article] (24 words)
  • THE COURT CIRCULAR. A GREAT BLOW TO THE QUEEN.

    The Court Circular, in announcing Her Majesty's directions as to the mourning to be observed by the Court, states that the news of Prince Henry's death has been a terrible blow ... [Article] (60 words)
  • HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. SLEEPLESS AND ILL.

    Her Majesty the Queen is reported to have no sleep since the arrival of the news of the Prince's death, and it is now stated that her health is affected by her grief. ... [Article] (40 words)
  • SHIPBUILDING STRIKE. SETTLED. BELFAST ACCEPTS. London, January 23.

    The dispute in the shipbuilding trade on the Clyde and at Belfast which culminated in a lock-out and strike has now been settled. The men will obtain an immediate advance ... [Article] (85 words)
  • AUSTRALASIAN MINING. London, January 23.

    Hannan's Mount Charlotte West G.M. Co, has been registered with a capital of £100,000, of which amount £68,000 will be offered for subscription. ... [Article] (28 words)
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  • SYMPATHETIC MEETINGS.

    Many meetings have been hold in London and the provinces at which resolutions of sympathy with the illustrious mourners have been carried. ... [Article] (64 words)
  • THE RIVER DISTRICT. Wilcannia, January 23.

    The Arief left for South Australia yesterday laden with 331 hales of Tarella wool, 24 bales of Monolon, and 22 bales of sheepskins. The Mande left Tilpa Downs yesterday. The ... [Article] (80 words)
  • THE FUNERAL. London, January 23.

    It is expected that the remains of the late Prince Henry of Batteaberg will be brought to England, and that the funeral will take place from Windsor Castle. ... [Article] (32 words)
  • A MISSING FISHERMAN. Beachport, January 23.

    Robert Smith, a fisherman, went out to-day in his boat fishing, and was seen previous to a heavy squall that came on. Afterwards nothing could be seen of him. The lifeboat went ... [Article] (52 words)
  • MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. NORTH GERMAN LLOYD'S LINE.

    The PRINZ REGENT LUITPOLD s.s., arrived it Colombo on January 22, homeward bound. ... [Article] (20 words)
  • BROKEN HILL. Broken Hill, January 23.

    The news yesterday of the death of Mr. Thompson. Chairman of the Laud Board, was received with universal regret. Mr. Thompson was to preside at the local meeting of the ... [Article] (112 words)
  • WOOL. PRICES FIRM AT ADVANCED RATES. London, January 22.

    At to-day's wool sales prices ruled firm at the recent advanced rates. London, January 23. The following prices were obtained at ... [Article] (43 words)
  • THE HEAT WAVE. TERRIBLE WEATHER IN TOWN AND COUNTRY. SHADE TEMPERATURE IN ADELAIDE 111'. OTHER HIGH RECORDS. THE DEATH ROLL STILL INCREASING.

    Our prophetic Government Meteorologist did not prepare us for the heat which scorched Adelaide people on Thursday He said in his forecast on Wednesday that during the next ... [Article] (427 words)
  • AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT.

    The following official statement was made by Sir diaries Todd on Thursday:—"The maximum to-day was 111'2 in the shade and 1723 in the sun. This shade temperature has ... [Article] (395 words)
  • RESULTS OF THE HEAT.

    While the thunder was rumbling on Thursday afternoon some sensation was caused in Pirie-street in consequence of the vagaries of a man who was evidently greatly affected by the ... [Article] (209 words)
  • THE RAIN.

    At the time of going to press it had been raining steadily for some hours. ... [Article] (17 words)
  • IN THE COUNTRY. Hergott, January 23.

    The weather has been exceedingly hot continuously for the last three weeks, the thermometer ranging during the day from 102' to 113. To-day it registered 111'. ... [Article] (269 words)
  • IN THE OTHER COLONIES. Sydney, January 23.

    The heat continues unabated in all parts of the colony, and a number of stations in the interior record temperatures ranging up to 120' in the shade. This intense heat is due to the ... [Article] (530 words)
  • THE WESTERN GOLDFIELDS. ESPERANCE OVERCROWDED. ALLUVIAL DISCOVERIES. Esperance, January 22.

    The s.s. Flinders arrived to-day with 120 passengers. The Yaralla also had seventy passengers. The town is now overcrowded. To-night the Helen Nicoll is due with a long ... [Article] (114 words)
  • NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, January 23.

    An Orange telegram states in connection with the lightning fatality, in which it was said that a farmer named Mitchell and his two sons had been killed, that the information is ... [Article] (56 words)
  • QUEENSLAND AND THE FEDERAL ENABLING BILL. Brisbane, January 23.

    Mr. Tozer, speaking on the federation question to-day, expressed himself averse to Queensland holding a special session of the present Parliament to deal with the auction. ... [Article] (185 words)
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  • VICTORIA. Melbourne, January 23.

    The invested funds to the credit of the Victorian Mining Accident Relief Fund amount to £20,950, from which the income last year was £981 10s. The expenditure in ... [Article] (68 words)
  • QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, January 23.

    Messrs. Halse and Visser, the Cape Colony Farmer Commissioners, have pronounced Queensland to be the best place in Australia for energetic men. ... [Article] (26 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, January 23.

    The Governor, replying to the offer of the Arawa chiefs to send a native contingent to the Transvaal, thanked them in the name of the Queen for their loyal offer. The crisis. ... [Article] (140 words)
  • COUNTRY NEWS. MOUNT GAMBIER, January 21.

    The Gambier West Cheese and Butter Company have had a successful half-year. At the half-yearly meeting of shareholders on Saturday the Directors reported that 118.000 galls. ... [Article] (199 words)
  • HORSHAM (Vic.), JANUARY 21.

    Stripping is now finished and tanners are busy cleaning up. The wheat yield has been very uneven. Farmers who sowed early on fallow land in most instances had a return of ... [Article] (515 words)
  • YARANYACKA, JANUARY 20.

    The rainfall for 1895 was 14,000. This is above the average, and but for October and November being so dry would have given us an extra good season. On January 17 rain ... [Article] (48 words)
  • YANKALILLA, JANUARY 22.

    We have had most unusual weather here for January. Two days of rain caused the creek to run and tho perennial grasses to shoot afresh. ... [Article] (105 words)
  • PORT WAKEFIELD, JANUARY 23.

    The not weather continues. The light rains which fell some time ago were not sufficient to replenish the water supply, hence there is some inconvenience. The wells in the town ... [Article] (94 words)
  • HAWKER, January 17

    The weather for some time has been very hot. Severe north winds have been blowing, which have been almost unbearable. On Sunday afternoon Mrs. James Sweet, an ... [Article] (225 words)
  • EDEOWIE, JANUARY 20.

    The weather of late has been excessively hot, the thermometer having registered 110' and 116' in the shade. On Saturday a somewhat cool change prevailed, and about half an inch ... [Article] (86 words)
  • MYLOR, JANUARY 22.

    The Cotton Memorial Institute is nearly completed, and will be formally opened shortly. The building promises to be a handsome addition to the fast-growing township. ... [Article] (99 words)
  • TEROWIE, JANUARY 22.

    There was a large and influential gathering of residents of the town and district at Schroder's Hotel this evening to do honour to Mr. H. C. Sims. J.P.. our late Town Clerk ... [Article] (163 words)
  • NEW ERA, JANUARY 21.

    We have commenced ploughing. No. 2 drop channel has been completed and connection made from the main channel. We shall now bo able to irrigate a much larger ... [Article] (80 words)
  • THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. WALLAROO. Moonta, January 22.

    The following gentlemen have been nominated its candidates for Wallaroo in response to an invitation of the Moonta Branch of the Australian Mining Association:—Mr. James ... [Article] (167 words)
  • ENTERTAINMENT AT THE Y.M.C.A.

    Each year the Adelaide Y.M.C.A. arranges a series of lectures and entertainments, and the success that has attended these gatherings in the past induced the Secretary to begin the ... [Article] (176 words)
  • THE BURNS BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION.

    Special interest is attached to this celebration by the Caledonian Society annual in connection with the Continental on Saturday evening. The Burns Clubs ami Societies, all ... [Article] (120 words)
  • WOMANHOOD SUFFRAGE IN NEW ZEALAND. A STRONG BID FOR PARLIAMENT.

    "Women have the vote in New Zealand, but they are not content to rest with that Equality is woman's birthright, and most of our women recognise the fact." Such is the ... [Article] (594 words)
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  • ENCOUNTER BAY. Yankalilla, January 22.

    It is freely mentioned that Mr. John Cornish, the enterprising local miller, will be a candidate for Encounter Bay. ... [Article] (26 words)
  • AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL.

    The terrible state of the atmosphere on Thursday evening naturally kept most people at home, and it was therefore no disparagement to the very capable variety company ... [Article] (125 words)
  • THE PHONOSCOPE.

    The Phonoscope, on view in Rundle-street, continues to attract the attention of a number of people, who are evidently pleased with the combination of mechanical forces brought into ... [Article] (62 words)
  • GLENELG.

    Last night this favourite watering-place was visited by thousands of people, who found pleasure in listening to the performance of the Holdfast Bay Band, which occupied a position ... [Article] (40 words)
  • CHESS.

    St. Petersburg.—One of the most interesting chess events of modern times is the tournament arranged at the Russian capital between the three chief winners in the late Hastings Congress— ... [Article] (171 words)
  • THE WHEAT HARVEST.

    Following our usual custom, we have sent to a large number of gentlemen in the agricultural districts asking their assistance in the compilation of our annual harvest statistics by ... [Article] (1336 words)
  • ALLEGED THIEVES BROUGHT TO BOOK.

    As far back as October last the detectives had reports of bicycles having been stolen. In November Mr. T. W. Vandrey had a machine taken from the Exchange Buildings. ... [Article] (294 words)
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  • SANITARY CONDITION OF SEMAPHORE. THE BOARD OF HEALTH IN COMMITTEE.

    A committee meeting of the full Local Board of Health for the Semaphore was held on Thursday evening, when the following members were present:—Messrs. Thomas Todd (in ... [Article] (1159 words)
  • A NEW VIEW OF TRANSVAAL MATTERS. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—I have pone to some trouble to get reliable information on the above subject, and give it to you as I received it. At one time there was a large European population ... [Article] (577 words)
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