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  2. GENERAL NEWS.

    A telegram was received by the State Government yesterday from the Prime Minister (Mr. S. M. Bruce) as follows:— "Aviator Alan Cobham, on return flight ...

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  3. WATTLE DAY.

    The committee of Ladies in charge of Mrs. P. A. Moss has practically completed arrangements for the sale of wattle blossom and tokens, which will take place ...

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  4. PERSONAL

    His Excellency the Governor (Sir Tom Bridges) and Lady Bridges were present at the University ball on Friday evening, and received the debutantes. His ...

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  5. AIR DISASTERS.

    Mr. Hugo Rizzi, the popular manager of the West-End Ambassadors' Dance Club, and an ex-director of the resturant at the Savoy Hotel, who was killed in the ...

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  6. MR. JELLEY.

    General regret was expressed recently when it was announced that, owing to all health, the Chief Secretary (the Hon. J. Jelley, M.L.C) had decided not to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. A TRAIN WRECKED.

    A serious railway accident occurred today, in which 19 persons were killed and 14 injured by the derailing of the BerlinCologne-Flushing express near Lehrte. ...

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  8. THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    The [?] for seats on the Council of the League of Nations will open definitely at Geneva on August [?]. when the Council Recognisation Commission will meet to ...

    Article : 236 words
  9. THE BRITISH COAL DISPUTE.

    To-day the conference [?] miners and the coal owners [?] Statements by [?] of the Mining Association and [?] ...

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  10. A FINE WEEK-END.

    The Government Meteorologist reported list night:-The cool change which became general yesterday war not productive of much rain in South Australia, only ...

    Article : 152 words
  11. A REWARD OFFERED.

    A reward of £1,250 has been offered for the apprehension of the train [?] responsible for the [?] Reuter. ...

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  12. EXTRAORDINARY FATALITY

    An extraordinary fatal railway accident occurred to-day on the Milan express at Cabte[?]. Owing to the heat, many of the passengers were leaning ant of the ...

    Article : 79 words
  13. ANOTHER FATALITY.

    A single-seater airplane, while being flown to Farnborough by an Air Force test pilot," crashed' near Gloucester. When 6,000 it up the machine appeared to [?] ...

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  14. MILITARY CEREMONIAL PARADE.

    A ceremonial parade of the 10th Battalion (Adelaide Rifles) will be held at Kensington Park this afternoon when [?] General Phillips, [?] ...

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  15. CURATOR OF ART GALLERY.

    At a meeting-yesterday of the Public Library Board, applications for the position of carator of the Art Gallery, in succession to Mr. H. Van Raalte, were ...

    Article : 71 words
  16. THE WORLD'S WHEAT.

    The provisional committee of the Wheat Pool has selected City for the Proposed meeting of the [?] Wheat Pool Conference. It will be ...

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  17. MIGRATION.

    After an exhaustive enquiry into migration London, .Sir "Arthur Rechard is convinced that the achievements of the department have been disappointing. The ...

    Article : 221 words
  18. EMPIRE DEFENCE

    The Australian Press Association learns that the question of Empire defence will be the subject of one of the [?] debates at the Imperial Conference, as much ...

    Article : 266 words
  19. NEW WOOD BLOCKED ROAD DAMAGED.

    About 3 a.m. on Friday Constable Pearce notized, water coming up at the northeast corner of St. Vincent-street and Commercial-road, Port Adelaide, and realising ...

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  20. BROKEN RAILS.

    In view of statements regarding rails broken owing to the introduction of heavy engines on the State railways a representative of "The-Advertiser" made ...

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  21. TWENTY GUINEAS FOR AN AUSTRALIAN POEM.

    The proprietors of "Australia To-day," the popular, national annual published by the United Commercial Travellers Association of Australia, are offering" a prize ...

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  22. A SOLDIERS MEMORIAL.

    For some time the returned soldiers of West Croydon and Kilkenny have been considering a proposal to erect in the district a memorial to fallen soldiers, and it ...

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  23. MEXICO AND RELIGION.

    In reply to the [?] pate to recently-[?] [?] regulations President [?] says he is unable to amend the [?] ...

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  24. ELDER CONSERVATORIUM

    On Monday night, the ninth of the 1926 series of Elder Conservatorium, concerts will be given in the Elder Hall. An excellent programme has been, arranged, ...

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  25. AN OLD MAN ROBBED

    Mr. Allewn Mcintyre (80) an architect of R[?] was assaulted and robbed of money and artices worth £33 while walking down. Flinder-street at 9 p.m. ...

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  26. THE WORKING WEEK

    Final arrangements have been made for the hearing of the test case on the 44-hours question. It will begin before the full arbi[?] bench consisting of Chief Judge ...

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  27. AMUSING DECREES.

    The brand new degree of Doctor of Longitude and Latitude has been couferred on Lientenant-Commander Byrd, the first man to fly over the North Pole. ...

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  28. POLICE CHARITY CARNIVAL.

    The annual Police Carnival will be held on November 6 on the Jubilee Oval Among the features this year will be[?] [?] competition, for which the ...

    Article : 156 words
  29. A STREET AFFRAY.

    Two Deputies [?]rtally [?] Andres Gar[?], and killed Senor Thomas Garrido (ex-Governorn of the State of Tebanco) in a street battle in the [?] ...

    Article : 85 words
  30. ETURNING TO WORK.

    Between 12,00 and 14,000 men have asceated the terms offered by the [?] Colliery Company in Nottingham, and are siging on [?]-Reuter. ...

    Article : 63 words
  31. EXPORT SUGAR REBATE.

    The Collector of Customs (Mr. J. Musgrave) advises that the export rebate on. Australian sugar used in locally manufactured goods exported from the ...

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  32. MORE TROUBLE.

    Mexican troops have been ordered to the border opposites New Mexico, as the results of a movement planned by a heavily [?] ...

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  33. THE MEAT EXPORT SEASON.

    A dispute has occured between the Victorian the Meat Exporters' Association and the Australian Meat Industry Employs' Union over the industrial agreement ...

    Article : 59 words
  34. INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE.

    Reports regarding industrial hygiene at the Broken Hill Associated Smelters. Port Pirie, have been received from the Inspector of Mines (Mr. J. L. Pearson) by the ...

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  35. THE ROADS AGREEMENT.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) stated to-night that the Government did not intend to make any new overtures to the States with regard to the road scheme. ...

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  36. RIOT AT HAYBOCK.

    To-day, whily a force of fifty mounted and foot p[?] dispersing a crowd of misters and their wives, who had collected around a colliery at Hay[?] in ...

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  37. NICARAGUA.

    The State Department was adviced on Thursday that the [?] ment are [?] troops all ove the country," [?] ...

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  38. GAROET MURDER.

    [?] who was recently found guilty of the murder of Mr. [?] who was done to dealt in her bedroom in a hotel at Garoet last year, his submitted himself ...

    Article : 53 words
  39. HYDRO-ELECTRIC SCHEMES.

    An annual expenditure of at least [?] for the next four years is estimated by the Minister of Public Works (Mr. Williams) in a statement presented ...

    Article : 104 words
  40. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 316 words
  41. FOOTBALL IN SCOTLAND.

    First Division-Rangers (2) beat Dunfermline (0). ...

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  42. THE PARIS MYSTERY.

    The police have been rewarded in their search for Gaston Guyot a wealthy landower, in [?] with the [?] of the body of a stra[?] girl, [?] ...

    Article : 49 words
  43. THE BRITISH PRIME MINISTER

    The Prime Minister (Mr.Baldwin will leave this week-end for [?] for three weeks. ...

    Article : 23 words
  44. Advertising

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  45. MOTOR CYCLING.

    Roy Charman, who qualified in a series of circular runs at [?] in a six days' motor cycle trail, starts this morn-[?] ing on a 186-mile ride at Brooklands, where ...

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  46. A CABARET CLOSED.

    [?] the largest Auckland cabaret has been closed for a month by the City Council which has suspended the license [?] of the [?] of the ...

    Article : 84 words
  47. INTER-STATE TECHNICAL SCHOOL SPORTS.

    A party of scholars of the Adelaide Technical High school [?] for Melbourne yesterday to take part in a series of games against the Melbourne Technial School ...

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  48. A DISTRACTED MOTHER.

    [?] ...

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  49. VICTORIAN RELIABILITY TRIAL.

    Seventy-six entries were received for Victoria's most important motorcycle test the annual [?] trial of the Motor Cycle Club, which started at ...

    Article : 126 words
  50. A TRADE MARK CASE.

    The High Court consisting of Sir Adrian Knox (Chief Justice), Mr. Justice Issacs Mr. Justice Higgins, Mr. Justice Gavan Duffy, and Mr. Justice Rich, dismissed an ...

    Article : 84 words
  51. SUBURBAN REFUSE DESTRUCTOR.

    A meeting of representatives of municipal and district councils will be held at the St. Peters Town Hall next Friday for He purpose of considering the question of ...

    Article : 54 words
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