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  4. SIR GEORGE FULLER

    The Premier of New South Wales (Sir George Fuller) will reach London tomorrow. The following engagements have been, arranged for him:— ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. STOP PRESS NEWS.

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  6. NEW MAGISTRATES

    The Government on Wednesday appointed Mr. Stuart D. Ronald a special and stipendiary magistrate for the country Local Courts and the Insolvency Court, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. STOPPING THE GERMAN OPPOSITION. Further Measures Contemplated.

    The French press, in commenting upon the Brussels' Conference, emphasise their contention that France and Belgium do not desire to detach the Ruhr from ...

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  9. IN THE RUHR.

    The "Daily Chronicle" correspondent at Dusseldorf states:—The official German version of the Buer tragedy, after enquiries. Is that the two dead officers were ...

    Article : 435 words
  10. British Trade Prejudiced.

    In the House of Commons to-day Sir John Simon, K.C. (Liberal) moved for a reduction of the Foreign Office vote in order to call attention to the Ruhr ...

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  11. In Favor of France.

    Sir Robert Horne, in addressing his constituents in the Hillhead division of Glasgow to-day, said France's action in the Ruhr specially concerned the Clyde, as it ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. THE PRINCE OF WALES.

    While riding in the point-to-point races at Larkhill, near Tetbury, to-day, the Prince of Wales had a tumble, but apparently was not ...

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  13. A HARBOR FIRE.

    One of the most sensational harbor fires for years occurred at Double Bay early this morning, when the collier Duroby, fully loaded, was practically burnt to the ...

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  14. CHILDREN'S ESCAPADE.

    The 13-year old daughter and 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Whyte, of Regentstreet, Parkside, who caused their parents so much anxiety by their strange ...

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  15. A WIFE'S INDISCRETIONS.

    The last witness called in the case in which the Hon. John Hugo Russell, heir of Lord Ampthill, is seeking for the second time to divorce his wife, was Mrs. Hart, ...

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  16. THE SHARE MARKET

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  17. WENT ON STRIKE.

    In the House of Assembly to-day Mr. Creswell (leader of the Labor Party) moved that the action of the railway servants who went on strike during the ...

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  18. TO-DAY'S HEAT.

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  20. MACLAREN'S ELEVEN.

    The members of MacLaren's team of English cricketers, with the exception of the manager (Mr. H. D. Swan), MacLaren and Wilkinson, arrived in Adelaide ...

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  21. A MISSING PARCEL.

    The strange disappearance on March 3 of a parcel containing three boys' coats, 12 yards of colored cambric, and 1½yards of silk—the whole valued at £2—led to ...

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  22. LONDON HOTELS.

    When the Licensing Bill in the House of Lords, proposing to extend the hours of London public-houses, which the Bishop of London took strong exception to, came ...

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  23. SWISS EMIGRANTS.

    The Swiss Government, who since the war have paid 1,800 million francs in unemployment doles, have arranged to send parties ...

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  24. THE CONFECTIONERY CASE.

    The trial was concluded in the Criminal Court on Wednesday, before the Chief Justice (Sir George Murray) and a jury of the case in which Frederick Brice ...

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  25. PERSONAL NEWS.

    The Chief Secretary (Hon. J. G. Bice) has received a dispatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies stating that the King had allowed the Hon. G. Ritchie ...

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  26. MAN'S COLLARBONE FRACTURED.

    Mr. Donald Turnbu[?]l a well-known carter at Burra, met with a painful accident on Monday. While alighting from his cart his feet became entangled in the ...

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