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  2. SHOGKIKG FATAL ACCIDENT.

    The only serious accident that so far has married the pleasures of the festive season in this city happened at the Adelaide railway station on Saturday, and resulted in ...

    Article : 280 words
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  4. COLLISION IN AUCKLAND HARBOR.

    A disastrous collision occurred in the harbor last night between the small steamer Claymore and Kapanui. The Jatter was cut to the water's edge, and sank within ...

    Article : 90 words
  5. FROM DAY TO DAY.

    All the week this sound rings in your earWhatidynhget? It's only heard this time of year—Whatidyuhget? ...

    Article : 1,273 words
  6. THE MISSING PAY-CLERK.

    The Federal Public Service Board, which, investigated the charge preferred against Samuel Williams, the missing pay-clerk at the Home Affairs Department, has reported ...

    Article : 130 words
  7. CHRISTMAS EYE.

    Though Sunday was Christmas Eve the festival was kept up on Saturday instead. On Friday fierce hot northerly winds blew, while in the evening there was scarcely ...

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  8. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

    A sad case of death from cardiac failure was reported to, the Prospect police on Friday. The officer in charge (Constable Higgins) states that on Friday evening he ...

    Article : 180 words
  9. THE COUNTRY.

    The death is announced of Mr. Stephen Fidge, of Wandearah. The deceased, who was a colonist of 66 years, was born at Maidstone, Kent, and came to South ...

    Article : 213 words
  10. THE LATE DR. HODGSON.

    A brief cable message to "The Advertiser" on Saturday announced the death of Dr. Richard Hodgson, a cultured Australian, at Boston (U.S.A.). As Mr. J. T. ...

    Article : 1,368 words
  11. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    During the Federal session just closed more Acts were passed than in any previous session since the inauguration of the Commonwealth. In the 1901-2 term 21 ...

    Article : 102 words
  12. STABBED BY A CINGALESE

    While Constable Price was endeavoring to arrest a Cingalese at Mackay to-night, the foreigner drew a knife and stabbed him. Price died a few minutes later. Sergeant ...

    Article : 54 words
  13. THE FEDERAL "HANSARD."

    The "Hansard" published by the Commonwealth, containing the official report of the proceedings of the Senate and the House of Representatives for the session ...

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  14. HANGING IN A BATHROOM

    At an enquiry yesterday into the circumstances of the death of Mrs. Ellen Anderson, whose body was found hanging in the bathroom at her residence, Ballarat East, on ...

    Article : 160 words
  15. A SUDDEN DEATH.

    Benjamin Tonkin, employed, by Rendell and Son, storekeepers, of this town, died suddenly this afternoon. He returned, rather hurriedly from the railway-station with ...

    Article : 106 words
  16. A PISTOL ACCIDENT.

    Constable Hansbury, of Lower North Adelaide, reported to Inspector Burehill on Saturday that at 2 p.m. that day a boy named Livingston Horton, aged 15 years, ...

    Article : 146 words
  17. ATTENDANCE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    The House of Representatives sat on 30 days during the past session. The Prime Minister (Mr. Deakin) and the PostmasterGeneral (Mr. Austin Chapman) were ...

    Article : 206 words
  18. HELPING SICK CHILDREN.

    The board of management of the Children's Hospital state in their annual report that "the income from the ordinary and regular sources has been well maintained, ...

    Article : 180 words
  19. A BANK CLERK'S THEFT.

    Late on Friday night a young man, Arthur Charles Shaw, approached, a constable in the city and complained that he had been robbed. When asked what money ...

    Article : 220 words
  20. ALLEGED STEALING FROM THE PERSON.

    Before Mr. T. J. S. O'Halloran, S.M., and justices, at the Adelaide Police Court, on Saturday morning, Martin Noel was charged, on the information of Richard M. ...

    Article : 257 words
  21. MILITARY APPOINTMENTS.

    The appointment of Brevit-Colonel Sir George Sydenham Clarke, ex-Governor of Victoria,as hon. colonel of the 6th A.I.R, is notified in the Federal "Government ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. GERMANS AND APPENDICITIS.

    The American Consul-General at Frankfort, Germany, reports the successful treatment of appendicitis by means of "collangol," a silver solution. He remarks:— ...

    Article : 342 words
  23. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Weather for the past two or three weeks has been unusually oppressive. Yesterday the thermometer went close to 100, deg. Later on rain set in, and continued ...

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  24. THE LA BELLA WRECK.

    Captain George Mylins, of the barquentine La Bella, which, was wrecked at Warrnambool, Victoria, recently, appeared at the Water Police Court this morning charged ...

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  25. ACCIDENT TO A CHILD.

    A painful accident happened to the elder twin son of Mr. W. P. Nicholls of Pulteney-street school. The little fellow, 2½ years old, while playing in the passage ...

    Article : 65 words
  26. VICTORIA.

    The body of an old man, Michael Hallinan, was found on the Mordialloc railway line between the Mackinnon and Ormond stations, yesterday, with the right side or ...

    Article : 99 words
  27. PARLIAMENT PROROGUED.

    Before rising on Friday night the Assembly passed by a large majority Bills for the three agricultural spur railway lines proposed by the Government. The House ...

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  28. SOMETHING LIKE A SCHOOL TREAT.

    A Houghton correspondent writes:—"Ten years ago the present teacher of the Houghton school, Mr. H. J. Armitage, in order to mark prominently the Christmas season, ...

    Article : 505 words
  29. CHARGE AGAINST A SHIPMASTER.

    At the Fremantle Police Court yesterday Percy Townley, master of the steamer Sultan, was fined £25 for having permitted a prohibited immigrant, Chang Ah Chay, to ...

    Article : 36 words
  30. ROBBERY AT A MINE.

    Mr. George Hepburn, manager of the Mascotie mine,Egerton, has reported to the police that the house occupied by him and his brother was entered by thieves, ...

    Article : 90 words
  31. A CLERK SENT TO GAOL.

    William James Parsons, clerk, was sentenced yesterday to four months' imprisonmeat for stealing over £29 from the Mutual Life Insurance Company. ...

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  32. DEMOCRATIC CLUB BETTING CASE.

    W. H. Boardman, who went to the Fremantle gaol this week to serve four months' imprisonment in connection with the Democratic Club gambling case, was released ...

    Article : 42 words
  33. THE JUSTICES ASSOCIATION.

    The quarterly meeting of the Justices' Association was held on Thursday evening last. Mr. S. Parsons presided over a fair attendance. The registrar reported that ...

    Article : 225 words
  34. PERTH WATER SUPPLY.

    A measure was passed before Parliament prorogued yesterday to provide a fresh water supply for the metropolitan area. The Act gives the authorities power to borrow ...

    Article : 74 words
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  36. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

    A special Christmas choral service attracted a large congregation at Clayton Congregational Church on Sunday evening. A long selection from the ...

    Article : 107 words
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  38. A TANNER KILLED.

    William Starr (28), a tanner, working at the Bunnerong tannery, Botany, got his hands caught in the blades of a fleshing machine yesterday. His left arm was badly ...

    Article : 55 words
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