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  2. UNITED STATES NAVY.

    The Naval Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives, in a report, has declared that the elevation of the guns on the thirteen battleships would not ...

    Article : 209 words
  3. THE MASSING SHOW IN LONDON.

    It is how certain that the [?] by next [?] apart from the tremulous [?]ation that in there hard times always surrounds the Budget, will be a ...

    Article : 1,651 words
  4. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    Mr. Robert J. Scarce (21), a springmaker, of East Parkway, Colonel Light Gardens, who was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital on Sunday evening in an ...

    Article : 139 words
  5. THE WEATHER MAP.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 540 words
  6. POLICE ATTACKED.

    Disgraceful seenes of disorder occurred at Point Walter, a river resort near Perth, on Saturday night, when a mob, numbering about 100, assaulted ...

    Article : 276 words
  7. THE LAND AND THE PRODUCER.

    With a view to indicating to the public "the danger of interfering with the regular channels of distribution," the secretary of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce ...

    Article : 816 words
  8. BROAD GAUGE

    Members of the Railways Standing Committee, which is on a tour of inspection of the South-East, enquiring into the proposal to broaden the railway ga[?] ...

    Article : 238 words
  9. YOUTH CAUGHT IN BELTING.

    Kenneth W. Urry (16), of Dale-street, Port Adelaide, was caught in bolting connected with machinery at Verco Brothers' flourmill at Port Adelaide, on Monday ...

    Article : 56 words
  10. A SHOP ON FIRE.

    Port Augusta's main thoroughfare, Commercial-road, suddenly became the scene of much activity at about 1 pin. on Saturday last, when the local a[?] called ...

    Article : 201 words
  11. GERM AN CRISIS.

    Dr. Marx is forming a Middle Party Government. ...

    Article : 18 words
  12. THE PRAYER BOOK.

    The Archbishop of Canterbury promises that the provisional alterations to the prayer book will be published on February 7. Meanwhile he deprecate premature ...

    Article : 72 words
  13. BEAM WIRELESS

    The beam wireless tests which are being carried out between Australia and England, according to Mr, E. T. Fisk, the managing director of Amalgamated ...

    Article : 118 words
  14. CRICKET IN NEW ZEALAND.

    In the Hawke Cup competition [?] beat Hawke's Bay by two [?] The New Zealand cricket [?] of England will open on May [?] ...

    Article : 36 words
  15. DEATH BY HANGING.

    The Coroner (Mr. R. C. Atkinson) returned a Verdict that death was due to suffocation wilfully caused by hanging himself at the inquest concerning the death ...

    Article : 57 words
  16. "THE BUCK PIRATE"

    The latest screen offering by Mr. Douglas Fairbanks, "The Black Pirate," is the featured attraction at the New [?] Theatre. This picture is entirely in color ...

    Article : 225 words
  17. A HEAD-ON COLLISION,

    Messrs. Hugh Watson and Oscar Wat son. two young each had a leg broken and both are suffering seriously from shock in the Wagin Hospital as the ...

    Article : 82 words
  18. INTER-DOMINION TRADE.

    Satisfaction with the result. of the discussions with the Premier (Mr. Mackenzie King) on the question of legislation bring ing New Zealand and Canada. into dose ...

    Article : 206 words
  19. A MOTHER'S LONG WALK.

    Mr. Lily (60) was to-day found under a hollow log in the bush, eight miles from Bombay. She stated that the had started to walk from Orbost (Victoria) to ...

    Article : 115 words
  20. A YOUTH INJURED.

    shortly after 4 p.m. on Monday collision occurred between a motor car driven by Lewis Harry Farr, and a bicycle ridden by Stewart Gordon Wissell, a youth, ...

    Article : 59 words
  21. STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.

    The unusual experience of being struck by lightning through a steel buckle on a shoe acting as a opnd[?]tor woman residing in South Dunedin The victim ...

    Article : 53 words
  22. MINING NEWS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 560 words
  23. INTER-STATE CRICKET.

    Mitchell has notified the Victorian Crieket Association that be will be unable to play in the Sheffield Shield match in B[?] bane. Accordingly he was dropped from ...

    Article : 62 words
  24. H.C. SLEIGH PICNIC.

    The firm of H. C. Sleight of [?] Adelaide, held its second s[?] at "Karka" Pavillon, National Park, on January 8. An enjoyable day was spent and a [?] ...

    Article : 275 words
  25. BOY DROWNED AT WIRRABARA.

    Stanley Commons aged nine years, went With other Boys bathing in a waterhole in the Rocky River on Sunday morning. On seeing the lad in difficulties one of the ...

    Article : 94 words
  26. FLYING POPULAR.

    Flying [?] portern in [?] of Melbourne [?] ...

    Article : 69 words
  27. SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT.

    The Agricultural Instructor for the South-Eastern District (Mr. E. S. Alcock), in his report on the agricultural outlook for December, says:—"The ...

    Article : 380 words
  28. A MOTORIST KILLED.

    When driving a carload of passengers 15 miles from Inverc[?] to-day, Mr. D. Skippen endcavored to take a sharp bend in the road, and the car skidded and ...

    Article : 97 words
  29. WOOL SALES.

    Wool sales were held to-day, when 10,056 bales were offered, and the sales, including private transactions, amounted to 10,182 bales. The market was animated, with ...

    Article : 77 words
  30. QUEENSLAND DROWNING CASES.

    While he was swimming in a lagoon about 11 o'clock yesterday Mr. Eric Arthur Beeley (22), of Eagerfield-road, Oxley, was drowned. He was with Mr. ...

    Article : 162 words
  31. DRUNKEN MOTORIST.

    "I took the car for a bet and won," said William F. Owen, a sailor, to Constable Callaban, when the latter saw him driving a car on the wrong side of the ...

    Article : 96 words
  32. OVER THE CLIFFS.

    A tetter reft at the top of the Gap and found to-day, by a fisherman indicated that a young man had jumped over the cliff. A hat, notebook, and bank-book ...

    Article : 80 words
  33. THE BUTTER MARKET.

    Mr. Grounds, chairman of the New Zealand Dairy Produce Export Control Board, has returned from London, where he attended the inauguration of the board's ...

    Article : 217 words
  34. A BUS ON FIRE.

    A motor bus used in the Colonel Light Gardens service and owned by Mr. A. W. Sinfield, of Richmond-avenue, Colonel Light Gardens, caught fire in ...

    Article : 56 words
  35. SYDNEY SHOCK SALES.

    At the Homebush stock sales to-day about 22.000 sheep and 2,300 cattle were forward. The general quality of the offering was only fair, and the market ...

    Article : 156 words
  36. A POST-OFFICE ROBBERY.

    Thieves entered the Enfield post-office during the week-end through a window in the mail room and rifled the baps. No attempt was made on the safes or the till, ...

    Article : 117 words
  37. THE "ALL BLACKS."

    The tour of the "All Blacks" resulted in a loss of £700. The management have issued a statement blaming the malcontents for the trouble, and protesting ...

    Article : 60 words
  38. NORTHERN DISTRICTS.

    The Agricultural Instructor for the Northern District (Mr. E. L. Orchard), has supplied the following report of harvesting operations in the northern ...

    Article : 252 words
  39. FREAK BRITISH WARSHIP.

    A ship with the largest forecastle in the world, and with an ormored skyscraper for a. foreman (says the London "Daily Express" naval correspondent) will ...

    Article : 295 words
  40. MR. ZANE GREY.

    Among the passengers who arrived from San Francisco by the Tahiti arc Mr. Zane Grey, the novelist, and Captain Mitchell, who are intent on exploiting the big fish ...

    Article : 55 words
  41. RECORD PRICE FOR A RAM.

    Mr. E. E. Short, of Mahua Feilding, sold through Dalgety & Company a two-tooth Romney ram for the record price of 600 guineas, the purchaser being Mr. A. S. ...

    Article : 46 words
  42. CAUSE AND EFFECT.

    Half the office staff were absent, suffering from colds. and the typists' section was reduced to one young lady, who was doing her beet to cope iritis the work. ...

    Article : 75 words
  43. A BOOKMAKER'S BAG STOLEN.

    While paying out after the last race at Caulfield on Saturday, Mr. Alfred Isaacs, a bookmaker, put his betting bag on the ground near his feet. A thief calmly ...

    Article : 61 words
  44. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 1,196 words
  45. BOY SCOUTS.

    Four hundred Boy Scouts, representing all the States, returned to Hobart this afternoon after having spent some days at Interlaken. After marching through ...

    Article : 64 words
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