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  • FINANCIAL NEWS. MINING SHARES. LONDON, August 5.

    The following are the latest quotations An the London. Stock Exchange:— Broken Hill, buyers 44/ sellers 45/ British Brokens, buyers 48/6. sellers ... [Article] (61 words)
  • COMMERCIAL NEWS. LONDON, August 5. Produce.

    Whest.—The cargo of the Inverurie has been sold at 34/4½ a quarter. Kauri Gum.—At yesterday's anction 416 cases were offered and 162 sold. Prices ... [Article] (676 words)
  • SHIPPING NEWS. LONDON, August 5. Arrivals.

    At Dover—Thuringen, from Melbourne May 13, en route for Hamburg. In London—Decima, barque, from Kaipara March 29; Caleta Colosa, Celtic ... [Article] (72 words)
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  • FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. MOTOR CAR FATALITY.

    A fatal motor car accident occurred on the Henley Beach road on Saturday afternoon. Charles A. Hodgson, fibrous ceiling manufacturer, of Grote-street, was riding ... [Article] (965 words)
  • ALLEGED INCENDIARISM. Melbourne, August 5.

    John Cochran, aged 32 years, a billposter, was arrested at Abbotsford yesterday on a charge of having wilfully set fire to a house. Cochran had occupied ... [Article] (136 words)
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  • A SYDNEY BLAZE. FIVE-STOREY BUILDING DAMAGED. GOOD WORK BY BRIGADE. Sydney, August 6.

    A fire occurred at 197, Clarence-street, last night, which at first threatened to become a conflagration, but which was kept within limits by the strenuous efforts of the ... [Article] (217 words)
  • FEDERAL AFFAIRS. DRILL HALLS. Melbourne, August 5.

    A movement has been started to erect by subscription drill hails for the use of cadets enrolled under the national defence scheme, and has been favorably taken up. ... [Article] (156 words)
  • AN ABSENT BRIDE. WEDDING WHICH DID NOT COME OFF. LADY CONSTANCE FOLJAMBE CHANGES HER MIND. (From our Special Correspondent.) London, July 7, 1911.

    It is a lady's privilege to change her mind, but it is a privilege which carries with it certain obligations, and failure to comply therewith lays her open to verys ... [Article] (747 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, August 6.

    The total strength of the junior cadets force of the Dominion is announced to be 29,067. H.M.S. Challenger returned yesterday ... [Article] (124 words)
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  • THE SUGAR STRIKE. NEWS FROM THE CANEFIELDS. Cairns, August 6.

    Both of the sugar mills in this district are working well, and good supplies of cane are coming in from various parts. An ample quantity is received from Aloomba ... [Article] (860 words)
  • A BATH TRAGEDY. THREE MEN STRICKEN. YOUNG DOCTOR SUCCUMBS. Melbourne, August 7.

    Yesterday afternoon Dr. Lloyd Gill, a young medical officer, residing at St. Kilda, spent some hours playing tennis at the residence of Mr. A. M. Le Souef, in ... [Article] (259 words)
  • WAGES BOARDS. SOME STRIKING FIGURES. Melbourne, August 6.

    Mr. Prendergast, leader of the State Labor Party, speaking at a Labor gathering last night, said that since wages boards were first introduced in Victoria ... [Article] (113 words)
  • AMERICA'S SUCCESS. RAILWAYS AND AGRICULTURE. Brisbane, August 6.

    Mr. Louis Jackson, industrial commissioner of the Erie Railroad Company, New York, arrived by the Makura yesterday on a holiday. He will visit all the chief cities. ... [Article] (141 words)
  • NEW SOUTH WALES POLITICS. THE COMING BY-ELECTIONS. Sydney, August 6.

    Mr. Beeby, the State Minister, declares that the Government are prepared to accept the result of the two by-elections as a test of whether the country still has ... [Article] (40 words)
  • THE POST-OFFICE. LINEMEN'S EXAMINATION. Melbourne, August 6.

    The following are the names of the candidates, in their order of merit, who were successful at the examination held from July 22 to 27 for appointment as linemen in ... [Article] (124 words)
  • MILITARY CHANGES. Melbourne, August 6.

    The following military changes in South Australia are announced:— 10th Infantry Regiment — Provisional appointments of Second Lieutenants ... [Article] (81 words)
  • DROWNING CASES. A YOUNG MAN'S FATE. Melbourne, August 6.

    John Thomas Henry Bush, aged 27, employed by Miss Conder, of Polkimmit station, near Horsham, was drowned this afternoon. Bush has crossed the river in a ... [Article] (190 words)
  • A BABY STOWAWAY. FOUND ON A STEAMER. Melbourne, August 6.

    The Melbourne Steamship Company's inter-State steamer Kapunda left South wharf, Melbourne, on Saturday afternoon and had reached Gillibrand pile light, off ... [Article] (125 words)
  • MR. HUGHES AND THE SUGAR COMPANY. ANOTHER REPLY TO MR. KNOX. Melbourne, August 6.

    Replying on Saturday to the Colonial Sugar Company's answer to his attack upon it the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) stated that the idea of ... [Article] (288 words)
  • NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, August 6.

    Dr. Cecil Henry Druitt, who recently arrived from England, was consecrated co adjutor archbishop of Grafton and Armidale at St. Andrew's Cathedral to-day. ... [Article] (30 words)
  • THE FEDERAL LABOR CAUCUS. Melbourne, August 6.

    Date of the pre-sessional caucus of the Federal Labor Party has not yet been definitely fixed, but the Acting Prime Minister stated on Saturday that it would ... [Article] (65 words)
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  • TASMANIA. HOBART, August 6.

    A girl named Ayres, aged nine years, who was missing since noon on Thursday, was found this morning two miles from her home. She was in a bad way from ... [Article] (79 words)
  • THE LOTHIAN CLUB.

    There was a large attendance at the monthly meeting of the Lothian Club, held at the Prince Alfred Hotel on Saturday evening, when Mr. C. A. Uhrlaub presented an ably-written study of ... [Article] (384 words)
  • A MAN IN THEIR CABIN. SOCIETY LADIES STOP EXPRESS TRAIN. Sydeny, August 6.

    A sensation on the limited express from Melbourne to Sydney, while it was running between Junee and Wagga, by two young Melbourne society ladies stopping the ... [Article] (106 words)
  • MARTYRED MISSIONARY. PROBABLE CAUSE OF TRAGEDY. Sydney, August 6.

    The resident commissioner for the British Solomon Islands protectorate states that the murder of Mr. Daniels, the missionary, at Malaita, was due to a ... [Article] (96 words)
  • TWO CHILDREN KILLED. THROWN FROM A TRAP. Perth, August 6.

    When harnessing a horse to a sulky yesterday Arthur Hedlow, a baker at Mount Kokeby, omitted to place the bridle on the horse. When his wife had placed her five ... [Article] (82 words)
  • ROSEWORTHY EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. SECTION 1.—LIGHT BREEDS. Wbite Legborns.

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  • LIBERAL UNION AT BALAKLAVA. GREAT ENTHUSIASM. SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL SOCIAL.

    One of the chief attractions of the year in the thriving and important district Balaklava is the annual social gathering the men's and women's branches of the ... [Article] (2136 words)
  • CHURCH INTELLIGENCE. ST. MARY'S MISSION OF HOPE.

    A successful "pound afternoon" in aid of St. Mary's Mission of Hope was held at Bishop's Court, North Adelaide, on Saturday. A large gathering of friends ... [Article] (930 words)
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  • VIEWS AND COMMENTS. Milk Supply.

    "A Mother"" complains of the milk supply regulations. Our correspondent thinks some arrangement should be made whereby pure milk from one cow should ... [Article] (217 words)
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  • LABOR NEWS. THE DRIVERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The president of the S.A. Drivers' Association (Mr. R. P. Blundell, M.P.) presided over a well-attended meeting at the Trades Hall on Saturday night. The ... [Article] (506 words)

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