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  • Advertising

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  • THEY SAY

    That the success of the barmaids picnic was a painful blow to all who predicted failure. That many who sniffed at the proposal ... [Article] (955 words)
  • SENSATIONAL SURPRISES. LEAKE VISITS THE KING. KINGSMILL TO BE ACTING PREMIER. ILLINGWORTH PASSED OVER. LEAKE MAY YET BE JUDGE.

    Although the Premier, Mr. George Leake, affects to treat lightly the references which are made to hid determination to be present at the King's Coronation, there is not the ... [Article] (602 words)
  • ALLEGED CORRUPTION WEST PERTH ELECTION. DOUBLE-BANKING THE VOTES. Organised Gangs Violate the Ballot.

    An alarming statement is gaining currency in political circles to the effect that during the recent election in West Perth, which resulted in the return of Mr. Leake as ... [Article] (141 words)
  • DEATH OF MRS. CLIFTON.

    Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Gervase Clifton, the wife of the Curator of Intestate Estates, died at her resident in Newcastle-street. ... [Article] (28 words)
  • RETURNING EX-MINISTER.

    Mr. Charles. Sommers, M.L.C., exMinister for Lands, and Mrs. Sommers will arrive in the mail steamer expected tomorrow, after an extended trip to the East. ... [Article] (48 words)
  • CONNOR AT HIS CLUB PARALYSENT POKER. LOSES £1,300 AT A SITTING And Refuses to Pay.

    That mysterious region known as Clubland is supposed to be the abode of honor and righteous feeling, the resort of gendemen and men of culture. If anyone ventured to ... [Article] (675 words)
  • ELECTRIC TRAMS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. REFEEOTM PROCEEDING. ADELAIDE, Saturday Night.

    A unique vote is being taken to-day which extends practically throughout the whole of the metropolitan area, the ratepayers having to say whether they will allow the Snow ... [Article] (264 words)
  • PLAGUE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Saturday Night.

    Two more cases of plague occurred to-day—A Huxley, aged 30, proprietor of a produce store, and a Greek named George Wochima, employed in George-street west. ... [Article] (32 words)
  • FATAL BURNING ACCIDENT. ADELAIDE, Saturday Night.

    Margaret Patterson, servant girl who was badly burnt yesterday at Brookman's Buildings, died at the hospital this morning. Wilson Dunne is still catering for dry ... [Article] (48 words)
  • CABLEGRAMS. TRANSVAAL WAR. COMMSNDO CAPTURED. BOER HORSES STAMPEDE. Major Leader's March. LONDON, Saturday.

    The recently reported capture of Sarel Albert and 131 Boers by Major Leader was effected by a night march, and in conse quence of the Stampeding of the Boers, ... [Article] (58 words)
  • POWER OF KRUGER'S WORD. Boer Fate in His Hand. LONDON, Saturday.

    Servage Locks a Boer who was sent with offers to Kruger, was interviewed on his landing at Marseilles. He states that the Bo-rs have implicit confidence in ... [Article] (45 words)
  • SCOUT EFFECTS A CAPTURE. LONDON, Saturday.

    A scout has captured Commandant Marias near Laingsburg. ... [Article] (9 words)
  • AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES. LONDON, Saturday.

    Lieut. Geo. Augustus Morris, of the Sixth W.A. Mounteds, was killed at Kolspruit. The deaths of Privates A. M. Daley, of the Third N.S.W. Mountens, from enteric ... [Article] (47 words)
  • LEVEE OF THE KING. ENTRY OF AGGENTS-GENERAL. LONDON, Saturday.

    It is announced that the Agents-General of the British Colonies will be grnated private entry at the first levee of King Edward VII. ... [Article] (40 words)
  • BRITISH POLICY IN MANCHURIA. LONDON, Saturday.

    America is firmly supporting Britain and Japan in the effort of the latter nations to preserve the open door policy in Manchuria. ... [Article] (13 words)
  • THE NEJD REBELLION. CAPTURE OF BIAD. LONDON, Saturday.

    Riad, the captital of the Nejd country in Central Arabia, has been captured by a descendant of the Wahabi rulers. Riad is situated about 450 miles north-east of ... [Article] (49 words)
  • BRITISH IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. LONDON, Saturday.

    The British imports have increased to the extent of £4,143,832, while the exports have decreased £498,957. This is attributed to the fall in the price of coal. The ... [Article] (68 words)
  • BEER DRINKERS' STRIKE. SUPPLIES SENT BY SYMPATHISERS. Running the Beer Blockade. MUDLINE, Saturday.

    The beer drinkers strike which was declared a month ago at Mulline still continues, and there are no indications of a settlement, both sides showing strong ... [Article] (319 words)
  • LATE SPORTING. CANNING PARK RACES

    The canning Park February meeting took place yesterday and was very successful. Details:— FEBRUARY HANDICAP. ... [Article] (1064 words)
  • THE AUTUMN CARNIVAL. AN AUSPICIOUS OPENING. AUROUS THE INAUGURAL PEA. MOONBEAM MOVES MOUNTAINS. MELBOURNE, Saturday.

    The Autumn carnival was opened at Caulfield to-day in fine weather, and the attendance was large. Backers opened well by picking Moonbeam for the Trial, and she ... [Article] (1233 words)
  • SYDNEY RACES. CANTERBURY PARK MEETING. SYDNEY, Saturday.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (128 words)
  • INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLAND V. BATHURST. SYDNEY, Saturday Night.

    The principal scorers of the English cricketers at Bathurst were Quaife, 159 not out; Maclaren, 79; Hayward, 44; Tyldesley, 14. Exras, 35. Total, 505. The ... [Article] (50 words)
  • SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CRICKET ADELAIDE, Saturday.

    In the Electorate cricket match Sturt completed their innings against East Torrens for 262, the latter replying with 363 for four wickets. Mayne, a promising colt, ... [Article] (93 words)
  • PERTH MERCANTILE CRICKET.

    The ninth round of matches was concluded yesterday. Coombe, Wood and Co. easily defeated Goode, Durrant and Co., Delaney for the former making another ... [Article] (131 words)
  • UNDESIRABLE ALIENS. A DELUGE OF DAGOES.

    As showing the necessity for the immediate awakening of the Labor bodies to the ever-increasing danger of the impartation of cheap alien workers, it is of grave interest ... [Article] (174 words)

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