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  2. NEEDLES:

    Burglars are at work in the suburbs. The constitution of New Guinea has been drafted. The A.J.C. meeting will be continued ...

    Article : 1,160 words
  3. FROM DAY TO DAY.

    Attention has again been directed to the overloading of tramcars and the consequent ill-treatment of the unfortunate animals that draw them. Man's inhumanity to man ...

    Article : 1,276 words
  4. SHIPPING NEWS.

    Yarrawonga, steamer, 3,555 tons, W. Gilchrist master, from Melbourne. G. Wills & Co., agents. September 8. Corio, steamer, 1,305 tons, H. F. Smith, master, ...

    Article : 783 words
  5. THE AUSTRALIANS. SOUTH OF ENGLAND MATCH.

    The Australians to-day commenced the penultimate match of their singularly successful English tour, when they met a thoroughly representative South of England ...

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  6. SUGAR PLANTERS.

    At a large meeting of the sugar planters of Jamaica on Saturday a resolution was carried condemning the neglect by Great Britain of the interests of the West Indian ...

    Article : 56 words
  7. RIOT IN BARBADOES.

    A crowd of negroes at Bridgetown, the port and capital of the British West Indian island of Barbadoes, resented the attempted removal by the health authorities ...

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  8. THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. OPINION OF W. MURDOCH.

    In my previous letters I have fairly indicated, I think, the satisfaction felt by the cricketers at having excelled the record of any preceding team by beating ...

    Article : 552 words
  9. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

    Householders are warned by the police to beware of burglars, who recently have been following their ne[?]arious occupations in the southern suburbs of Malvern, where two ...

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  10. BOER BURGHERS.

    Thirteen hundred of the Boer prisoners of war who were confined in the Indian camps have taken the oath of allegiance and sailed from Madras for South Africa. ...

    Article : 117 words
  11. THE HAYTI INCIDENT.

    The commander of the German cruiser Panther ordered Admiral Killick, who was in charge of the Haytian rebel gunboat Creteapierro to remove his crew and ...

    Article : 196 words
  12. AMERICAN TRUSTS.

    The paper controlled by Mr. Bryan, who has been the Democratic candidate for the United States Presidency in the two last contests, declares that the utterances of ...

    Article : 69 words
  13. SWIMMING.

    The quarter-mile swimming match, at Radcliffe baths on Saturday was won by D. Billington, of Bacup, England, who beat W. Read, the Sydney swimmer, by thirty yards, ...

    Article : 58 words
  14. THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO.

    Mr. H. G. L. Simpson, who appeared for the petitioner, Stephen Thomas Brine, moved for a decree nisi for dissolution of the marriage. The case was tried in the ...

    Article : 170 words
  15. THE CRICKETERS IN WALES.

    We had travelled down to Cardiff from Brighton — from Susses smiles to Cardiff, Wales, as our humorist put it. Howell did not play against the Taffies—or rather ...

    Article : 448 words
  16. DONCASTER COLLIERIES.

    At the Doncaster (Yorkshire) Police Court on Saturday 317 colliers who had struck work were each fined £6 and costs for leaving their employment at the pits ...

    Article : 37 words
  17. COMMERCIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 117 words
  18. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS.

    In this case Robert Fawcett was plaintiff, and Danial Driscoll, Thomas O'Brien, Michael O'Brien the younger, Martin O'Callahan, and Andrew Griffy were defendants ...

    Article : 369 words
  19. NORTHERN LAND RENTALS

    On Tuesday a large number of northern pastoralists waited on the Treasurer (Hon. R. Butler) to ask the Government to make a reduction in their rentals. The ...

    Article : 147 words
  20. THE SHARE MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 224 words
  21. CABLE INTERRUPTION.

    The following notice was posted in the G.P.O. on Tuesday:—"Nagasaki advises-All lines interrupted beyond Shimonoseki since Monday morning, September 8. Caused by ...

    Article : 25 words
  22. METEOROLOGICAL NOTES.

    The maximum reading of the thermometer at the Adelaide Observatory were:—On Saturday, in the shade, 81.5; in the sun, 130.0. Sunday, in the shade, 77.2; in the sun, 131.3. Monday, in ...

    Article : 92 words
  23. INSOLVENCY COURT—ADELAIDE.

    In re John Peter Marceau, formerly of Goodwood, Messenger.—Adjourned final hearing. The Official Receiver reported that he had received a letter from one of the creditors objecting to ...

    Article : 199 words
  24. THE SHOW CONCERT.

    On Thursday evening the usual concert in connection with the show will take place, and judging by the programme it should be even more successful than its predecessors. ...

    Article : 103 words
  25. COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The Yorkshire cricketers were placed a long way in the lead for the contest for the English county championship this season, the final results being:— ...

    Article : 53 words
  26. RETRENCHMENT AT THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL.

    Retrenchment seems to be in the air everywhere just now. It has been stated on good authority, that important alterations will shortly be made at the Adelaide ...

    Article : 208 words
  27. AS YOU WILL.

    Life is just a beastly bore. Nothing more, If you want to make it so; Life's a weary, dreary waste, ...

    Article : 106 words
  28. MINING NEWS.

    Smith's Creek Proprietary Tin Mines, September 9.—"Main shaft sunk 10 ft. for week; total, 35 ft. Tailings dam and mill excavation will be completed this week. ...

    Article : 45 words
  29. POLICE COURT— ADELAIDE.

    John Fitzgerald pleaded not guilty to a charge laid on the information of Inspector Sullivan of having begged alms at Light-square on September S. Having previously been convicted as an idle ...

    Article : 76 words
  30. WILLIAM HOWELL'S BEREAVEMENT.

    In the ocean of life There's a dread, dark tide That beats on a shore of sorrow, Where a strong man stands ...

    Article : 118 words
  31. THE RHODES' SCHOLARSHIPS.

    At the meeting of the School of Mines council on Monday afternoon the president (Representative Sir Langdon Bonython) drew the attention of members to the ...

    Article : 97 words
  32. TO-DAY'S ENGAGEMENTS.

    Theatre Royal, S—"Secret Service." Tivoli Theatre, S—"The Executioner's Daughter." Town Hall, 7.30—Henry George Commemoration. ...

    Article : 66 words
  33. MR. MAURICE'S EXPLORING PARTY.

    The following telegram dated Hall's Creek, West Australia, was received on Monday by Mr. W. P. Auld, from Mr. E. T. Maurice, who, with Mr. Murray, of the ...

    Article : 72 words
  34. POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE.

    Charles A. Lindberg, Charles Johansen, and Olaf Olsen, seamen, were charged with having behaved riotously in Commercial-road on the previous evening. Fined each £1, to include costs; ...

    Article : 68 words
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