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  2. WORK IN PARLIAMENT.

    By a unanimous vote on Wednesday the Council agreed, on the motion of the Attorney-General, to forward a protect to the Government of Victoria against further ...

    Article : 289 words
  3. THE KING'S CRUISE.

    The King could not have chosen a course more likely to endear him and his, consort to his people than the present cruise round Great Britain in the Royal yacht. It was ...

    Article : 1,142 words
  4. FEDERAL AFFAIRS

    It was reported on Tuesday that the Federal Government had ordered a mantelpiece, costing over £1OO, for its Sydney offices. It, now appears that the elaborate outlay is ...

    Article : 57 words
  5. THE "CHANNEL OF COMMUNICATION."

    On Wednesday the Chief Secretary (Hon. J. G. Jenk[?]s) laid on the table of the South Australian Assembly the correspondence between the Federal Government, ...

    Article : 369 words
  6. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    The vineyard industry appears to be shrinking in Victoria. The Government statistics show that there were in 1901-2 only 25,658 acres if bearing grapes, as ...

    Article : 102 words
  7. THE COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENT.

    The Speaker took the chair at 11 a.m. THE DIRECTOR OF ARTILLERY. Mr. Page (Qld.) called attention to a statement made in the press that it was ...

    Article : 1,494 words
  8. TWO BOYS PUNISHED.

    On Tuesday a boy 14 years of age, who was implicated in the robbery at Mrs. Hardwicke's store. Bowden, was caught at, Two Wells. Mr. J. Gordon, S.M, at ...

    Article : 81 words
  9. CUSTOMS "REVENUE.

    The Treasurer has received a statement from the Collector of Customs, recording the collection of Customs and excise revenue to the amount of £819,340 during September. ...

    Article : 82 words
  10. THE DRILL INSTRUCTORS.

    The military authorities have not yet furnished a report showing what work the inported drill instructors are doing. All but two of the men have ...

    Article : 90 words
  11. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

    A meeting for the purpose of inaugurating Church of England services, at Largs Bay was held by permission of Commandant Clare on Tuesday evening in the ...

    Article : 478 words
  12. CUSTOMS PROSECUTION.

    The firm of Sargood, Nicol, Butler, and Ewen were proceeded against at the Water Police Court on an information that at Sydney on July 8 they, unlawfully made an ...

    Article : 580 words
  13. RUNNING AMOK.

    A young man, said to be a recent arrival in the State, ran amok in King Williamstreet on Wednesday afternoon. He took off his coat and dragged it in the mud, ...

    Article : 83 words
  14. REMISSIONS OF DUTY.

    The Minister for Trade and Customs has issued a Customs regulation, which stipulates that—"Claims for refunds, rebates, or remissions of duty under section 163 of the ...

    Article : 92 words
  15. A CHILD SUFFOCATED.

    A child named Lionel Ruben Prested, son of Mr. Kuben Prested, of Park-avenue, Hyde Park, was found dead in a perambulator in which he had been put to sleep by, ...

    Article : 72 words
  16. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    Because, unfortunately, they had nothing else to do a large number of men gathered in the galleries of the Assembly in the hope that they would hear that there was a ...

    Article : 1,182 words
  17. THE JEWISH NEW YEAR.

    The first day of the year 5663 in the Jewish calender was ushered in on Wednesday evening, when services were held in the synagogue, Rundle-street. They will ...

    Article : 104 words
  18. SUING THE COMMONWEALTH.

    The text of the measure prepared by the Federal Draftsman for submission to Parliament in order to authorise the enforcement of legal claims against the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 412 words
  19. RAILWAY REVENUE.

    The railway revenue for the week ended September 27 amounted to £21,664, against £25,555 for the same period last year, a decrease of £3,891. ...

    Article : 27 words
  20. MADAME MELBA IN GRAND OPERA.

    Mr. George Musgrove writes as follows to the Melbourne "Age":—Referring to the paragraph in which appears the statement that "an opportunity will be afforded of ...

    Article : 132 words
  21. THE RAINFALL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 351 words
  22. A STEAMER "MANNED" BY WOMEN.

    An unusual incident at Philadelphia last month was the arrival of a whole crew of women "manning" a steamer. The vessel was the Austrian steamer Zora, from ...

    Article : 64 words
  23. BROKEN HILL CIRCUIT COURT.

    The hearing of the charges of riot, false imprisonment, and assault, preferred against Jno. Francis Fitzgerald and George Taylor, occupied considerable time in the ...

    Article : 568 words
  24. PEARLING AT PORT DARWIN.

    The Northern Territory "Times" of September 5 writes:—Quite half the local pearling fleet worked inside Port Darwin harbo[?] last neaps, although there was good ...

    Article : 135 words
  25. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 314 words
  26. TAXATION COMPARISONS.

    The Deputy Commissioner of Taxes (Mr. Arthur Searcy) has compiled a return for the House of Assembly dealing with the classification of the taxpayers of the State ...

    Article : 219 words
  27. MR. CHAMBERLAIN AND 'HANSARD."

    Federal Ministers urged Parliament to pass the Governor-General's Establishment (Allowances.) Bill quickly, in order that the Imperial authorities might be given ...

    Article : 125 words
  28. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

    Manchester Unity, Oddfellows. — The half-yearly meeting of the Adelaide District of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, M.U., was held at the M.U. Hall, Franklin-street, on September 30. ...

    Article : 443 words
  29. THAT CIRCULAR TOUR.

    Thus the Melbourne "Argus," in regard to the latest item of projected Federal extravagance:—The Minister for Home Affairs must have been reading one of Jules ...

    Article : 249 words
  30. PORT BROUGHTON.

    On September 21 last the Port Broughton Defence Rifle Club held the third competition for the gold medal trophy at the 600 yards range. The weather was most unfavorable, the result being a ...

    Article : 101 words
  31. THE OUTGOING MAIL.

    The mail steamer Austral will sail for London from Largs Bay this afternoon. Special trains for passengers and visitors will leave the Adelaide railway-station at ...

    Article : 46 words
  32. THE KING THANKS MR. HALL, CAINE.

    On reaching Kamsey there was another display of enthusiasm, and as the Royal carriage was once more drawn along the pier by thei R.N.R. men the King ...

    Article : 865 words
  33. SALE OF A CATTLE RUN.

    On Tuesday afternoon Messrs. Bagot. Shakes, & Lewis offered for sale those pastoral leases known as the Newcastle Waters cattle run, situated near to ...

    Article : 140 words
  34. Advertising

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    Advertising : 221 words
  35. Advertising

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    Advertising : 29 words
  36. "THE LAZIEST MAN IN THE FORCE.

    There is a column in the Sydney Police Court sheets in which the various trades, or occupations, of the persons who are brought before the magistrates are set out. ...

    Article : 217 words
  37. CRICKET.

    Bedouin v. Paradise.—Paradise, SS; Ridley 38, Gallagher 10, Bernath 11; Field four for 22, Evers three for 21, Martens two for 11. Bedouin, four for 89; Balk 11, Martens 19. Bromley n.o. 39, ...

    Article : 231 words
  38. UNLEY ART EXHIBITION.

    The art exhibition in the Unley Town Hall was open for the last time on Wednesday. In the evening a lecture was delivered by Mr. Price, M.P., on "New ...

    Article : 39 words
  39. Advertising

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    Advertising : 38 words
  40. Advertising

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    Advertising : 8 words
  41. Advertising

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    Advertising : 23 words
  42. MR. LIMBERT AGATN VICTORIOUS.

    Edward James Andrew, who has been four times charged at the Adelaide Police Court wfth bigamy, has again-been released. Court, attended by his counsel, Mr. K. H. ...

    Article : 127 words
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