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  2. LAWN TENNIS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 230 words
  3. SETTLING AN ARGUMENT.

    Arguments among sportsmen lead to all sorts of sequels. A controversy in summer that has to be settled in the baths has something to recommend it. The other ...

    Article : 470 words
  4. SPEEDY MOTORIST.

    As a result of the fatality which occurred on Sydney road on December 20, when Gordon Campbell Murch (19), a wool classer, of Ascot Vale, was knocked off his ...

    Article : 188 words
  5. FACTORY FIRES.

    Fire and furniture factories. Apparently meaningless alliteration, with, however, a special significance in view of recent events. Like a hunter after game the element has ...

    Article : 493 words
  6. NOR’-WEST OF PORT AUGUSTA

    And now a change is coming over all this so-called Never-Never country, Soon teams and the old mailcoach will be things of the past. The iron trail will pass ...

    Article : 2,399 words
  7. ADELAIDE ELECTION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 262 words
  8. THE ADELAIDE ELECTION

    The election in the Adelaide District of a successor in the House of Representatives to the late Mr. Roberts is in some respects one of the most curious ...

    Article : 883 words
  9. “TAKE ME UP.”

    l’m looking for Mr. Wright, Patiently looking for Mr. Wright, To take me up on high. It was Madge Temple who used to sing ...

    Article : 1,225 words
  10. WAYS OF THE WORLD

    First Ploughman’s Wife—“Is Tam gaun the show the morn, Mrs. Broon?” Second Ploughman’s Wife—“Ay, ay: I’m just feenished ironin’ a shirt for him.” ...

    Article : 1,214 words
  11. COURAGE COMMENDED.

    A Magisterial enquiry was held to-day into the circumstances of the drowning at Altona Bay on the evening of December 31 of two men, Henry Fraser Tatlow and ...

    Article : 202 words
  12. COURT STATISTICS.

    The following official summary gives a statement of the business done in connection with the civil jurisdiction of the Supreme Court during 1913:—Originating ...

    Article : 97 words
  13. INSOLVENCY.

    Insolvency Court statistics, for 1913 have just been supplied by the Registrar (Mr. J. G. Ashton), and show that during the year there were 59 adjudications compared ...

    Article : 187 words
  14. SEVERE DUSTSTORM.

    AUBURN, January 8.—The most severs duststorm experienced here for years occurred yesterday afternoon. The wind blew with great violence, and the air was ...

    Article : 53 words
  15. COUNTERFEIT COINS.

    As a result of observations made by two detectives at Randwick Races on Boxing Day three men—Thomas Drury, Michael Duck, and Patrick Burke—appeared before ...

    Article : 102 words
  16. “JERKING AND JOLTING TRAMS.”

    At a Coroner’s inquest to-day, it was shown that Henry Turner, an elderly gentleman, had died from shock sustained through having one of his feet badly ...

    Article : 213 words
  17. PUBLIC WORKS.

    The Railway Department, during the next few weeks, will provide plenty of work for manufacturers and contractors. On Tuesday tenders are to be received for ...

    Article : 185 words
  18. REGISTRAR OP COMPANIES’ OFFICE.

    The following is an official summary of the business done in connection with registration work in the office of the Registrar of Companies for 1913:—Number of companies ...

    Article : 62 words
  19. WHEAT ELEVATORS.

    According to the Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Tref[?]e) no time will be lost by the Government in bringing into operation a comprehensive scheme for the bulk ...

    Article : 94 words
  20. TRADE AND LABOUR.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 226 words
  21. LATEST MINING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 411 words
  22. Advertising

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    Advertising : 655 words
  23. LOCAL OPTION POLL.

    Owing to a peculiar position in connection with the counting of the local option votes in the suburban districts of Granville and Hurstville the final results of ...

    Article : 91 words
  24. SOMNAMBULIST.

    Early this morning William Lo[?]kwood, an employe of the Family Hotel, at Glenelg walked from his bedroom in a somnambulistic state. [?]ll from the balcony ...

    Article : 64 words
  25. A TIMELY WARNING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 234 words
  26. CASUALTIES.

    MOUNT GAMBIER, January 7.— Messrs. Charles Klintberg and Charles Vorwerk farmers, were returning home yesterday afternoon in a spring dary, ...

    Article : 132 words
  27. MATINEE MUSIC.

    Last Saturday the members of the Musicians’ Union in Sydney made a demand on the picture show proprietors for the payment of 10/ for each matinee ...

    Article : 287 words
  28. UNFAIR COMPETITION.

    In the course of his policy speech, the Premier (Mr. Watt) intimated that it had been decided to invoke the aid of the Commonwealth Interstate Commission in cases ...

    Article : 121 words
  29. SILO LEVELLED TO THE GROUND.

    MELBOURNE, January 8.—A large s[?]lo in course of erection at the flourmills of Alex. Gillespie & Sons Swan street, Burnley was caught by a storm last evening ...

    Article : 153 words
  30. BULLION RETURNS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 69 words
  31. WARREN RESERVOIR.

    Parliament in 1912 approved of the construction of a second reservoir in the Baros[?]district. The intension was to convey water from it to Eudunda, the ...

    Article : 277 words
  32. THE AMERICAN BASEBALLERS.

    The American baseballers played another match on the Melbourne Cricket Ground to-day. At the conclusion of the ninth innings the scores were 3 all. The game ...

    Article : 111 words
  33. REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 395 words
  34. BARRIER HOSPITAL OVER- CROWDED.

    The Broken Hill Hospital is overcrowded at present, although the position is not much worse than is usual. There are 45 typhoid cases now in the ...

    Article : 41 words
  35. SUICIDE BY ASPHY[?]IATION.

    SYDNEY. January 8.—An unknown man, staying at the Empire Hotel. Annandale was found dead in bed to-day having apparently committed suicide by ...

    Article : 70 words
  36. TELEGRAPH OPERATOR DROWNED.

    SYDNEY. January 8.— While bathing at Tare[?]. Arthur Sadler a telegraph operator, suddenly sank and was drowned. ...

    Article : 21 words
  37. BRIGHTON RAILWAY.

    The railway authorities notify that from January 12 trains to Brighton will st[?] at a station opposite the Brighton Town Hall. It will be called North Brighton ...

    Article : 29 words
  38. Advertising

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    Advertising : 24 words
  39. AUSTRALIAN BUTTER.

    Referring to the butter export trade to-day, the Premier (Mr. Watt) said be) hoped at the Premier’s Conference to advance the direct steamer service from ...

    Article : 78 words
  40. DAMAGED COINS.

    The Federal Treasurer (Sir John Forrest) has a scheme under consideration by which damaged or maltreated coins, as they are usually called will be purchased ...

    Article : 69 words
  41. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN STATISTICS.

    The population of the State showed an increase during last year of 15,130, and now stands at 320,913—males, 181,547; females, 139,360. There was a net debt of £31,952 ...

    Article : 92 words
  42. W.C.T.U.

    News of the World’s W.C.T.U. Convention, held in Brooklyn. U.S.A., will be given on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. G. W. Cooper (Slate Recording Secretary), and Miss Cooper, at the W.C.T.U. ...

    Article : 49 words
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