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  2. WORK AND WAGES. TRADES HALL.

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  3. CANADA AND AMERICA

    A well-informed high society chronicler considers that the Duke of Connaught's regime as the Canadian Governor-General is expected to have ...

    Article : 129 words
  4. LABOR MOVES. MINERS' MINIMUM WAGE.

    The annual conference of the British Miners' Federation will be begun at Southport in the first week in October. ...

    Article : 174 words
  5. RUSSIAN PREMIER

    In all the Russian churches to-day special services, interceding for the life of M. Stolypin, the Premier who was severely wounded at the Opera ...

    Article : 330 words
  6. BUILDERS' LABORERS' LOG.

    The following is the amended log of the Australian Builders Laborers' Federation (South Australian branch) which in the case of any dispute will he filed ...

    Article : 520 words
  7. THE LABOR PARTY.

    The eighth annual conference of the United Labor Party of South Australia will go down in the annals of the party as one of the most successful in the ...

    Article : 976 words
  8. FARMERS' DAY.

    Farmers' day at the Roseworthy Agricultural College was celebrated yesterday when over 350 people made a tour of inspection of the college ...

    Article : 845 words
  9. MINING INDUSTRY.

    The Secretary for Mines (Mr. T. Duffield) has issued his half-yearly review of the mining operations in this State for the term winch ended on June 30 ...

    Article : 974 words
  10. ROPE, TWINE, AND NAIL WORKERS.

    There was a good attendance of members of the Rope. Twine, and Nail Workers' Union at the fortnightly meeting held in the Temperance Hall on ...

    Article : 771 words
  11. LETTER CARRIERS

    The seventh conference of the letter carriers of the Commonwealth, which was opened at the Trades Hall on Friday last, was continued to-day, when ...

    Article : 532 words
  12. BIG INDUSTRIAL BATTLE.

    Mr. Vernon Hartshorn, one of the Welsh union leaders, speaking at a tabor meeting at Cardiff yesterday, said that the labor troubles is Britain ...

    Article : 137 words
  13. NAVY EMPLOYES ORGANISING.

    It is reported that Socialism is spreading rapidly among the stokes and sailors in the navy, and the Admiralty, being a more or less Tory ...

    Article : 119 words
  14. ELECTION TACTICS.

    Mr. Hillyard Leech, of Winn[?]g, a barrister in supporting a Conservative candidate, ripened his address at last night's meeting by repeating the ...

    Article : 77 words
  15. BUILDING TRADE TROUBLE.

    Mr Hannah, the secertary of the Builders' Laborers' Union, when questioned as to the prospects of settling the dispute in the building trade, said to-day ...

    Article : 67 words
  16. DUBLIN TIMBER CARRIERS OUT.

    The timber carriers of Dublin have struck on account of the masters not recognising the Irish Transport Union. Four hundred men employed-by the ...

    Article : 40 words
  17. BREVITIES.

    The award recently given by the Western Australian Arbitration Court in the matter of the Metropolitan Tins[?] Industrial Union of Workers desls with the ...

    Article : 321 words
  18. PANAMA CANAL

    The 10th Infantry Regimant has beenhurriedly dispatched to Panama. It is said that the United States War Department did not contemplate ...

    Article : 91 words
  19. BRITISH MINERS OUT.

    Another strike has occurred at Bristol among the miners, 1200 of whom are demanding similar increases to those granted the miners in ...

    Article : 28 words
  20. TEACHER IDENTIFIES

    Edward Davis, otherwise "Bill Miner" has been positively identified by Miss Price, the Manitoba teacher. as her assail[?]t. ...

    Article : 112 words
  21. GLASS WORKERS' UNION.

    The Plate, Sheet, and Ornamental Glass Workers' Union, of South Australia has been in existence only about six weeks, but it has managed to secure as ...

    Article : 143 words
  22. AVIATION. FLIGHT OVER MOUNTAINS.

    A German aviator named Thelsn flew in twenty minutes across the Grosser Range, near Korsoer. ...

    Article : 26 words
  23. A PIONEER KILLED.

    Eduard Niruport, the inventor of the monoplane, who has done much in the perfecting of aerial navigation, died from injuries received through the ...

    Article : 58 words
  24. FUEL SHORTAGE

    Mayor Marks to-day received a communication from the Forestry Department asking him to inspect the gum trees at Stephen's Creek with a view to utilising ...

    Article : 94 words
  25. "NO-SURRENDER"

    The intensity of the res[?]ment of the no-surrender peers against the Tory peers who voted for the Parliament Bill has caused' a sharp dividing line, which ...

    Article : 66 words
  26. FEDERATED IRONWORKERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The usual fortnightly meeting of the South Australian branch of the Federated Ironworkers' Association was held on Saturday night. Mr. F. J. Heggarty ...

    Article : 214 words
  27. LAW COURTS. GLEESON INSOLVENCY.

    The hearing of the [?] [?] of Edward William Gleeson, starebruker, of Pirie street, Adelaide, against whom charges have been laid, was continued before Mr. ...

    Article : 114 words
  28. EARTHQUAKE.

    A violent earthquake occurred yesterday on the nitrate fields in the Iquique district of Chili. The extent of the damage is ...

    Article : 39 words
  29. MISSING WOMAN.

    The hearing of the change against Dr. Peacock inconnection with the disappearance of Mary Davies was further continued in the Police Court ...

    Article : 106 words
  30. MAWSON'S EXPEDITION

    The State Cabinet has decided to vote £6000 to the Mawson Antarctic: expedition. ...

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  31. WEATHER AND CROPS

    ing. The present dry state of the weather MUNDALLA, September 15. Many of the early sown crops are looking well. but in many cases those sown late in the season are none too promis ...

    Article : 359 words
  32. PORTUGAL

    A recent letter by King Manuel to a German financier, the authenticity of which has never been disputed, followed by the seizure in various English ports ...

    Article : 102 words
  33. CONSTABLE BLAMED

    Mr. Dwyer, P.M., in an additional statement regarding the Brunswick shooting case, says he does not think that greater blame ran be attached to ...

    Article : 91 words
  34. COURT OF INSOLVENCY.

    Adjourned Final Hearing.—Percy Stephen Lands, of Paradise, storekeeper. First Hearing—William James Grant, formerly of Hocking place, Adelaide, but now of [?] ...

    Article : 66 words
  35. ENTERITIS.

    Daring the past six weeks there has been an epidemic of enteritis at Nottingham. During that period there have been ...

    Article : 34 words
  36. IRON TEAMS COUNCIL.

    A meeting of the Iron Trades Council was held in the Trades Hail on Saturday. Mr. Thompson Green, M.P., presided over a good attendance, sod a great deal of ...

    Article : 139 words
  37. JUVRNILE OFFENDERS' COURT.

    A sixtenn-year-old girl was charged with beings a destitute child within the meaning of the State Children's Act of 1895, and that her [?] and mother being dead she had insufficient ...

    Article : 142 words
  38. Advertising

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  39. AUTO ACCIDENTS

    Previous to the automobile race fatality reported in previous cables the track was watered to lay the dust for She benefit of President Taft and party ...

    Article : 71 words
  40. REVOLT IN CHINA.

    [?] Chuansan, who holds the reputation of mercilessly suppressing outbreaks, has received Imperial instructions to quell the rebellion, which is ...

    Article : 143 words
  41. STEERING GEAR BROKE

    A sensational accident occurred here yesterday, in which two boys were fatally, and several other people slightly, injured. ...

    Article : 126 words
  42. Advertising

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  43. CRICKET.

    Mr. Donald McKinnon, M.L.A., the chairman of the Victorian Cricket Association, expressed the opinion that the English team, though not brilliant on the ...

    Article : 43 words
  44. Advertising

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