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  5. PERSONAL

    The Australian contralto (Miss Payling), who was reported to be serioney ill in London a few Jays ago, is now a little better.—Cable. ...

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  6. 'PEACE' ON EARTH AND 'GOODWILL'

    Christmas eve was spent in characteristie fashion in Adelaide. Saturday was occupied in concruding the Christmas shoping, and the streets and shops were ...

    Article : 389 words
  7. EXIT PEARCE

    The reshuffling of the Commonwealth, Ministeral portfolios has been generally regarded as a "surewd" move on the part of the "£25,000 gift" Prime ...

    Article : 171 words
  8. IN OTHER LANDS

    The best of all our Christmas customs is the remembrance of friends by the giving of presents, which serves to call to mind the presentation of gifts. "gold ...

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  9. TRAM SERVICE BREAKS DOWN

    An embarrassing breakdown in the tramway system occurred on Saturday night just at a time when the book of Christmas Eve celebrants were waiting ...

    Article : 72 words
  10. TOPICS OF THE DAY

    On account of the Christmas holiday there will be no issue of "The Herald" to-morrow. "The Herald" will be publisned as usual on Wednesday. ...

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  11. HOLIDAYS MEAN WORK.

    While people generally are enjoying their Christmas Holidays they should not be unmindful of the fact that workers are required to do extra work in ...

    Article : 235 words
  12. BROKEN HILL EXPRESS DELAYED.

    Additional information with regard to the delay to the Broken Hill express on account of the waynaway near the Thackarmga was made avahable by the ...

    Article : 208 words
  13. Family Notices

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  14. Family Notices

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  15. Family Notices

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  17. HENRY STEAD DEAD

    News has been received that Mr. Henry Stead, the well known journalist and editor of "Stead's Review," died on board the stehmer Marama on the way from San Francisco ...

    Article : 263 words
  18. DRUMKS ARRESTED.

    As usual a number of persons who Were unable to control their hilarity at this festive season found their way to the city watenhouse. Up to 9.30 p.m. ...

    Article : 141 words
  19. JUGGLING WITH PORTFOLIOS.

    The Melbourne "Herald" says:—"The fact that Senator Ruswell and Mr. Laird Smith have been sacrificed in the Hughes Ministry, and fresh Nationalists ...

    Article : 139 words
  20. The Dailn Herald

    One of the saddest of sad commentaries on the holiday season is the fact that so many honest workers have been Put off work with the [?]gly pronability ...

    Article : 911 words
  21. FRACTURED SKULLS.

    Constable McConnell reported to the city watchhouse on Saturday evening that, accompanied by Constable McFarlane, he found a man named Harry Cain ...

    Article : 173 words
  22. UNEMPLOYED

    The meeting of the women's committee was held on December 14 at the Trades Hall. It was decided that necessitous families which the committee ...

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  23. WHEAT SHIPMENTS.

    The arrivals of wheat at shipping ports last week included over 40,000 bags to Port Adelaide. The traffic to country ports was ...

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  24. WILLS OF THE WEEK.

    The following probates and letters of administration are notified in the Weekly Gazette of the Mercantile Trades Protection Association:—Probates—Ethel C. ...

    Article : 277 words
  25. EARLY CLOSING

    From the electors residing within the boundarles of the district council district of Upped Wakefield, the Minister of Industry (Hon. W. Hague) has ...

    Article : 93 words
  26. FRUIT AND CAKE FOR PRISONERS.

    To brighten their lot, the Prisoners' Aid Society provided the prisoners of Pentridge, Melbourne Gaol, and the Female Prison with cake and fruit at ...

    Article : 71 words
  27. TOURIST BUREAU CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS.

    The Director of the Government Tourist Bureau reports that all the organised tours ararnged by the bureau fur the Christmas season have been fully booked. ...

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  28. THE GERMAN "CANCER"

    During the war and for a little time after, Mr. Hughes and the flag-wavers used to brag about cutting out the German "cancer." and never having ...

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  29. CHRISTMAS SERVICES.

    Special services in connection with the celebration of Christmas were held in all the churches. At St. Peter's Cathedral Matins were followed by a choral ...

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  30. "KEEPING IT UP."

    Seventeen men were charged with drunkenness at the Adelaide Police Court on. Saturday morning, and ten more were dealt with at the special court, held by ...

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  31. DAVIS, BROWNE

    Arrangements have been finalised for the sale of the furniture business of Davis, Browne, Limited, in liquidation, including stock, plants book debts, and ...

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  32. CHRISTMAS DINNER

    Mrs. Wiggs untiring efforts to find empicyment had met with no suceess, and the effort of Jim (her eldest boy) were redouble but daily his scanty earnings became less semetent ...

    Article : 777 words
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  34. RAILWAY SAFF CHANGES.

    Mr. T. Broadley, of the maintenance branch has accepted a transfer from the southern division to Hansborough, on the Gawler Morgan section. ...

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  35. MONDAY, DECEMBER 26th, and TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27th.

    Additional trains leave Adelaide at 9.30 and 10.0 a.m. for Mount Barker, 10.40, 11.18 a.m., and 2.10 p.m. for Bridgewater, returning in the evening for Adelaide. Sen Time Table ...

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  36. LONDON'S CELEBRATIONS

    Bine [?] and brave sunshine mark the approach of London's Christmas, but the meteorologists now give warning of an approaching chauge to "Rain and had, ...

    Article : 269 words
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