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  3. THE TURF S.A.J.C. WEIGHTS,

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  4. TRAIN COLLISION.

    A head on collision between a stationary goods train from Gympie to Maryborough and a livestock' train from Gingin to Brisbane occurred about 9 o'clock to-night near ...

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  5. THE PRINCE'S PROGRESS Long Journey by Car

    In wonderful weather and under perfect conditions the Prince had his first experience of travel in the South Island to-day. The country is much wilder than in ...

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  7. THE DELAYED PEACE TROUBLE IN AMERICA.

    The Turkish Nationalists in Anatolia wave captured the fortifications commanling the Dardanelies. The Sultan and the Crown Prince of ...

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  8. STOP PRESS NEWS.

    The appointment of a Canadian Minister to the United States has been announced to Parliament. He will, negotiate in respect to purely Canadian interests in ...

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  9. MEXICAN REBELS

    The newspapers announce that the Reved lutionists have captured President Carranza. ...

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  10. FRENCH STRIKES

    There have been early indications that to-day's so-called general strike is proving a fiasco. Normal bus and tram services are running, as well as the ...

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  11. THE RAIN Moderate, But Useful

    Although the rain which has fallen in South Australia has not, generally speaking been as heavy as could have been washed it has been of great value and in ...

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  12. THE BIG FIGHT

    At the Olympia to-night Beckett knocked out Bombardier Wells in the third round. ...

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  13. FRENCH COURT-MARTIAL.

    The second trial of the men and women accused of having assisted in the production or the "Gazette des Ardennes," the German propagandist sheet, is largely a ...

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  14. LUDENDORFF BUSY

    The "Freihelt" protests that General Ludendorff is still in close touch with the military and political leaders of Germany. It urges the Government to prevent him ...

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  15. MR. JOHN TAIT DEAD.

    Mr. John Tait, the "Grand Old Man" of Hind marsh, who died on Tuesday, was born at Launcestou, Tasmania, on July 2, 1838, and came with his mother and ...

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  16. AMERICAN NAVY

    Mr. Josephus Daniels, Secretary to the American Navy, in replying to the naval criticism of Admiral Sims, the American Commander-in-Chief, during the war, said. ...

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  17. THE SHARE MARKET.

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  18. POLISH ADVANCE

    The Polish advance into Russia varies in depth from 100 to 150 kilometres. The Poles have occupied more than half a million-square kilometres of territory. The ...

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  19. PHYSICAL CULTURE

    The seventh annual demonstration of physical culture by the students of Messrs. Weber. Shorthose, and Rice's Health College, 41, Currie-street, will be held in the ...

    Article : 315 words
  20. Japanese Alliance.

    The advice Of Australia, New Zealand, and Canada will be Sought before Great Britain renews the Anglo-Japanese Alliance. The renewal is considered certain. ...

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  21. RAIN IN VICTORIA.

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  22. THE SHARE MARKET GOLD STOCKS ACTIVE.

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  24. THE LIVING WAGE.

    The hearing of the applica [?] for a revision of the bast having we [?] which has a[?] out of an [?]tion to the priniting industty, was con[?]ed in the lndustrial ...

    Article : 347 words
  25. "SIX MONTHS IN IRONS"

    His Honor Mr. Justice Gordon writes:—My learned colleague, Mr. Justice Poole, has been severely. criticised for the sentence of two years' imprisonment—six ...

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  26. MEXICAN REVOLT

    The revolutionists have captured Tarnpico. General Villa the bandit leader, has thrown down his arms and has decided to allow his followers to join the ...

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  27. A CONTESTED WILL.

    In the Civil Court, before Mr. Justice Budhanan on Tuesday the hearing was continued of the application made on behalf of the Executor, Trustee, and Agency ...

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  28. Sale of Yearlings.

    At the John Ball Bazaar to-day Messrs. Barker Bros held their annual sale of yearlings, rateborees, mares, and stallions. There was a large gathering at the ringside. Details:— ...

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  29. MOUNT PLEASANT TRAIN

    Our Mount Pleasant correspondent writes:—In the coaching days mat's arrived rid this town from Adelaide twice a day. with great punctuality, but since the train ...

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  30. KALGOORLIE MINES.

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  31. LONDON DOCKS

    The Port of London Authority is increasing the dock charges by 65 Per cent., making a total increase of 150 per centover the rates before the war. The ...

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  32. DEATH TO FLIES.

    Everyone knows that flies are insanitary, and are a menace to health. The Adelaide City Board of Health is contemplating entering, on a campaign against the ...

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  33. ALLEGED CONSPIRACY.

    The criminal sessions were continued before Mr. Justice Poole and a jury at the Supreme Court on Tuesday, when the case was began in which Henry Corser Osman ...

    Article : 351 words
  34. CAUGHT AT THE CUP.

    Four bookmakers fell into the elutdies of the law at the Morhettville Racecourse on Monday and several of them were apparently interceted at a busy and profitable time. They, all appeared ...

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  35. TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS.

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  36. FILM AND SURGERY.

    The "Intransigeant" states, that two wellknown French doctors have perfected a combined X-ray and cinema apparatus, which Will permit the filming of the ...

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  37. A NARROW ESCAPE.

    Norman Ridgley, aged ten years, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ridgley, of Hawker, had a very narrow escape from death on Monday afternoon. ...

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  38. FATAL MOTOR ACCIDENT.

    Mr. F. W. Schrapel, who wag one of the victims of a motor accident near Port Wakefield recently, died at his residence, Kilkerran, on Monday. The patients all ...

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  39. FANITZ STILL MISSING.

    Nothing has been heard or seen of JacK Panitz since he disappeared from his cell at the Adelaide police-station on Friday. The hearing of the, charge of alleged, there ...

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  40. "BLAME WEE GUN."

    A diversion far a few minutes from the customary routine of Adelaide Police Court business was provided on Tuesday by Gilbert Glceson, a young (man, who, after having been fined 5/ for ...

    Article : 165 words
  41. FOOTBALL.

    On Monday St. Columba's team scored 9 goals 10 behinds against Mile End Junfors. 2 gaals 2 behin[?] Best olayers:—St. Cohmba's—D. Williams, A. Williams, R. Kimear, W. Crowley, C. ...

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  43. MOTOR SPEED.

    The Parliamentary and by laws committee or the Adelaide City Council reported to the council on Monday that the matter' of the parking of motor' cars in streets, ...

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  44. FAREWELL TO NELSON.

    The Prince's journey by motor, from Picton was manned entirely' by the New Zealand Pail way Department, which provided1 the train of motors and organised ...

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  45. ADELAIDE CITY COUNCIL.

    The markets and parks committee recommended that the amount of £300: shown on the annual estimates for treeplanting be, expended durin the year in planting an avenue in park No. 27, ...

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  48. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

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