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  4. THE LATE MR. R. BARR SMITH.

    The Chief Justice (Hon. G. J. B. Murray) presided at the Civil Court on Thursday to hear an application, concerning the will of the late Mr. R. Barr Smith, from Alexander Martin, ...

    Article : 378 words
  5. WAYS OF THE WORLD

    The manager of a large engineering works in Oldham is never happ[?]er than when taking a rise out of his inferior in position. He was telephoning to a ...

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  6. THE WAR

    In the noose of Commons to-day, Mr. R. L. Out[?]waibe (Liberal. Hanky) questioned the Colonial Secretary (Mr. Bonar Law) whether he could make a statement ...

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  7. TO-DAY’S WEATHER MAP.

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  8. STOCKS AND SHARES.

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  9. SWORD AND THE CROSS.

    Am interesting lecture on the relationship of religion to warfare was given by Rev. F. Sinclaire, of Melbourne, before a large audience at the Trades Hall ...

    Article : 555 words
  10. RIVER MURRAY SWAMPS.

    Ever since the beginning of the stormy conditions which have prevailed recently the officers of the Irrigation Department and the occupies of reclaimed swamp ...

    Article : 338 words
  11. Food Supplies.

    Mr . W. A. S. Hewins (Unionist, Hereford) moved:—“That it is the duty of the Government to adopt further methods of organisation to increase the national food ...

    Article : 425 words
  12. A SERIOUS CHARGE.

    Harry Bernard Krantz, a photographer, was charged, at the Adelaide Police Court on Thursday , with having, at Port Augusta, on October 20, committed a serious offence upon a woman. ...

    Article : 97 words
  13. TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS.

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  14. Water Under Wheatstack.

    Owing to the exceptionally high tide and river, accentuated by a Strong south wind, the water on Wednesday advanced under a portion of the wheat stack close ...

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  15. REPORTS.

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  16. WEATHER SIGNALS.

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  17. PERSONAL.

    The Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. C. Goode), who attended a meeting of the Australian Wheat Board in Melbourne, returned to Adelaide. by the express on ...

    Article : 145 words
  18. BIOGRAPHICAL.

    Mrs. H. E. Dixon, of Owen street, Goodwood, has been officially notified that her husband, Sgt. Herbert Dixon, is seriously ill. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. A Huge Sheet of Water.

    Referring to the inundation of the Jervois swamp opposite to Tailem Bend, the local correspondent of The Journal reported on Thursday that, notwithstanding ...

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  20. MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    S.A. OIL WELLS.—Fortnight, November 10:— Depth well, 3,580 ft. Running one s[?]nt only during greater part of period. Tough blue shale delays progress. Much brown scum on mud and ...

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  21. THE LAW COURTS.

    The Crown Prosecutor (Mr. H. A. Shierlaw) , represented the Crown. —Plea for a Prisoner.— A plea of not guilty to a charge of forgery ...

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  22. Britain’s Food.

    in the Commons, Mr. Runciman concluded his remarks on food problems by saying that the Government did not propose to fix maximum prices, but asked for ...

    Article : 235 words
  23. TAXATION TROUBLES.

    Responding to the toast of his health at the Kyneton Agricultural Show to-day the Minister for agriculture (Mr. Hagelthorn) said that that would probably be ...

    Article : 131 words
  24. At Murray Bridge.

    On Tuesday evening the water overflowed the bank adjoining. Mr. F. W. Jaensch’s paddock near to the Murray Bridge Wharf, and as a result the ...

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  25. GENERAL CABLES.

    King George, Queen Mary, Queen Alexandra, other members of the Royal Family, and many notable people (including Sir Joseph and Lady Ward) attended the ...

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  26. COMMERCIAL CABLES.

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  27. AFTER THE WAR.

    Dr. Dugald Clerk, in delivering the Chairman’s address at the Society of Arts on “The stability of Great Britain,” disagreed with the colonial idea of a ...

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  28. LATEST SHIPPING.

    Semaphore, Thursday. Nov. 16.—High water, 6.10 a. m.: low water. 12.10 p.m. ARRIVED.—Nov. 16. Mongolia, R.M.S., 4,940, H. G. H. Lewellin, ...

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  29. MINING SHARES.

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  30. TWENTY-FOUR HOURS’ RAINFALL.

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  31. DISTRICT TRAINED NURSING SOCIETY.

    The seventh annual meeting of the Woodville branch of the District Trained Nursing Society was held in the Woodville Institute Hall on Tuesday evening. The President (Mr. Z. H. Jones) ...

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  32. BUTTER.

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  33. TALLOW.

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  35. WHEAT.

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  37. Incidents.

    Ninety persons were killed at Padua, Italy, in the Austrian air raid. In reprisal for the forced sale of property in Nigeria, the German Government ...

    Article : 146 words
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