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  2. "NOT TRYING."

    horse [?] but a sensation has been [?] in the [?] [?] Saturday's match ...

    Article : 179 words
  3. OBITUARY.

    A [?] [?] [?] attached to the [?] branch of the ...

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  4. "PALM OIL"

    [?] Richard Dennis (the mayor) proceeded against George Henry Brocklehurst, bus ...

    Article : 199 words
  5. KILLED BY BLACKS,

    Mr. Fred Brookes, a quiet, inoffensive man of about 60, was murdered by blacks about 8O miles west of Tea Tree Well Brookes, who had two camels laden with ...

    Article : 254 words
  6. A GROSSING SMASH.

    An express train cashed into a motor ear at Matamata to-day, killing two passengers in the car, a Maori woman, Mrs. Kati. and a 10 months old child. Two ...

    Article : 54 words
  7. CONFIDENCE TRICK.

    Mrs. Be[?]a Arnold, a resident of Sydney, who is visiting Paris, was the victim of a confidence trick to-day, resulting in the loss of £200. ...

    Article : 69 words
  8. ECONOMIC RESEARCH AND AGRICULTURE.

    Professor A. E. V. Richardson, director of the Waite Agricultural Rescarch Institute, delivered an address to the Economic Socicty of Australia at the Adelaide ...

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  9. CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB.

    [?] [?] [?] [?] ...

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  10. BACK TO HINDMARSH SCHOOL.

    [?] [?] [?] [?] ...

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  11. RAILWAY REVENUE.

    The railway earnings for the week [?] [?] for the [?] of last year. ...

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  12. A MOTOR SMASH.

    In [?] with the death of Mis. Stirk (45), of Earlwood, who was injured in a motor smash at Belmore last Saturday, the police have arrested Bartoli ...

    Article : 74 words
  13. FOUGHT A FIRE.

    Mr. Angde Baratta was badly burned at his home at Wooloomooloo to-day, when he attempted to extinguish a fire which broke out in his kitchen. He ...

    Article : 76 words
  14. THE SECRET OF CRUMPET, MAKING.

    [?] [?] Mr. John Battle, of Government road, croydon. on Monday called at the office of ...

    Article : 70 words
  15. LEAGUE OR NATIONS UNION.

    At the weekly luncheon meeting of the [?]of Nations Union to-day, Mr. E. [?] speaker. His sub[?] Policy." ...

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  16. THE CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB.

    There was a good attendance at the initial meeting of the Constitutional Club, held at Balfour's Cafe, on Monday evening. Mr. B. S. Leahey occupied the ...

    Article : 565 words
  17. AUSTRALIAN WINE.

    The president of the Western Australian Winegrowers' Association. (Mr. Sewell) expressed satisfaction to-day at the news of the formation in Adelaide ...

    Article : 106 words
  18. AN ABORETUM.

    Under the deed of gift of Mr. Peter Waite, whefeby the Urrbrac Instate was transferred to the University of Adelaide, a clause was included which provided that ...

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  19. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS EXTINGUISH A FIRE.

    A fire which broke out at the new Civil Service Stores to-day was extinguished by automatic sprinklers. Only minor damage bad been done. The fire ...

    Article : 42 words
  20. ILLICIT LOVE.

    Extracts from a diary which were quoted at the criminal sittings of the Supremo Court to-day threw light upon the impulses which moved Edith Eileen Eamsay ...

    Article : 196 words
  21. THE CATTLE MARKET.

    Cattle were scarcer at the Abattoin market yesterday by approximately 350. the total number being 1,073. The bulk of the yarding was derived from New ...

    Article : 149 words
  22. WOMEN POLICE.

    Women police may be appointed for duty in Queensland if the representations from the National Council of Women, which were laid before the ...

    Article : 114 words
  23. NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT.

    The State Cabinet met to-day to prepare the programme for the session of Parliament which will open next month. As the Crimes Bill will be an important ...

    Article : 76 words
  24. PROVECYING THE PUBLIC.

    In compliance with a request made by the Automobile Association the Unley [?] removed , tree which [?] ...

    Article : 54 words
  25. KILLED ON A TURNTABLE.

    Mr. William Allan, acting locomotive foreman, was killed to-day at the railway roundhouse. He was (standing on the turntable, and was not seen by the driver ...

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  26. A DIGESTIVE FEAT.

    To win a wager of d/ Thomas Wing, of Sydney, last week ate 27 large pies at one meal. He had taken a breakfast of eggs and becon, and lunch, consisting ...

    Article : 79 words
  27. INDUSTRIAL PEACE.

    The president of the council of the Emplayers' Federation (Mr. W. Brooke) announced to-day that the first definite step in the move to abolish compulsory ...

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  28. A FISH SHOP.

    Filthy conditions under which food was prepared for human consumption were uncovered by an inspector of the Health Department when he entered the premises ...

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  29. A FIGHTING PARSON.

    Ballarat amateur boxers and wrestlers met a. fighting parson when their tournament began last night. The announcer introducing the chairman for the night ...

    Article : 75 words
  30. MISS PLANTING FOR ADELAIDE.

    [?] [?] for the planting of many mew [?] trees and lawns in the coming [?] ...

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  31. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    At an early hour on Monday morning Sir. Daniel Hall (57), a hank messenger, died suddenly at his home in Clarke-Street, Hayhurst. Death was due to heart. ...

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  32. A HORSE KILLED.

    [?]tly before midnight on Saturday a motor car, driven by Mr. E. R. Wallington, of North Adelaide, collided with a horse on Anzac Highway. The animal, ...

    Article : 52 words
  33. THE ALBERT DIVORCE SUIT.

    Mr. Justice Raise Rogers granted a de[?] to Georgina Louise Albert (for[?] to-day, for the dissolution of few marriage with Arthur Herbert ...

    Article : 217 words
  34. TIMBER BURNED.

    A verdict for the plaintiffs, for £1,506 10/2, the full amount claimed, was (riven by the Chief Justice (Sir Herbert Nicholls) to-day, on the claim by Gibbs, Bright and ...

    Article : 80 words
  35. SUDDEN DEATH AT SANDWELL.

    Mr. William Daniel (82), residing with his daughter, Mrs. Herbert Winslet, of Robert-street, Sandwell, was found dead on Monday morning. He wished the ...

    Article : 113 words
  36. TRAIN WRECKING.

    Fifteen years of age. the eldest of a family of 12. and beyond tile control of his parents, a. youth has been committed to the care of the State. He was concerned ...

    Article : 183 words
  37. DEATH OF A PIONEER

    Miss Annie Robertson, who died at her residence, Moy Hall station, near Narracocrte, on August 11, was one of the earliest settlers in the district, and ...

    Article : 390 words
  38. A MOTOR SMASH.

    Leslie Thomas McPherson (23), taxidriver, chained at the Parramatta Quarter Sessions to-day, with having feloniously slain Michael Clement Carrell, ...

    Article : 181 words
  39. RESEARCH WORK.

    Dr. Gordon Craig, the well-known Macquarie-street specialist, has donated £10,000 to the University, and a fully equipped private laboratory for research, into urology. ...

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  40. A JOCKEY'S DEATH.

    Riding in the hurdle race at Moorefield racecourse, Kogarah, on August 6, Eric Solomon, known as Eric Bourke (23). a jockey, was thrown from Fleetfoz, and I ...

    Article : 117 words
  41. A FRACTURED SKULL.

    Mr. Mas Downing (19), of Junction-road, Rosewater, was taken to the Port Adelaide Casualty Hospital last evening by a motorist who stated that he was turning ...

    Article : 93 words
  42. A NEW ZEALAND CREW DISCHARGED.

    The steamer Moeraki, owned by the Union Company, arrived some weeks ago from the dominion with a New Zealand crew. The vessel was then ...

    Article : 138 words
  43. LORRY WRECKS VERANDAH.

    About 7.15 p.m. yesterday a muter vehicle in turning a comer on the road to Bridsewater at Aldgate ran into the verandah of the Aldgate Hotel, breaking one post ...

    Article : 78 words
  44. MAN OVERBOARD.

    During the voyage of the [?] Aus[?] from Portsmouth to Mon[?] a petty officer was washed overboard during a storm. The tea was too rough to launch ...

    Article : 104 words
  45. WOOL PROSPECTS.

    Mr. Robert McComas, of Messes. William Haughton & Company, arrived on the Niagara to-day. He said it was difficult to prophesy concerning the extent of the ...

    Article : 86 words
  46. EXPORT INSPECTION.

    Officers of the Markets Department pointed out to-day that the system of export inspection was costing the Commonwealth only one-third of 1 per cent, on ...

    Article : 96 words
  47. CONDITION STILL CRITICAL.

    Mrs. R. Forgie, of Pearse-street, Underdale, who it is alleged was struck on the head with an axe on Friday afternoon, is still in a critical condition at the Adelaide ...

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  48. MENTAL DEFECTIVES.

    The Federal Minister of Health (Sir Nenile Howse) announced to-day that on the completion of an investigation by the Inspector-General of the Insane for ...

    Article : 99 words
  49. RUBBER WORKERS' WAGES.

    A decision sought from Judge Lukin in the Arbitration Court to-day involved the Question whether or rot the Danlop Rubber Company should be called on to pay ...

    Article : 184 words
  50. FOOTBALL ACCIDENT.

    While playing for Hillside in Hillside versus Noarlunga football match, on the McLaren Flat recreation ground on Saturday, Mr. Keith Sauerbier (captain of ...

    Article : 51 words
  51. HIT WITH A GOLF STICK.

    On saturday afternoon. during a com[?] on the golf links. Stephanie Kemnson (6), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kemnson. of the railway-station. was ...

    Article : 66 words
  52. AUSTRALIAN ORANGES.

    blamed for the decreasing returns received by Cook Islands growers in New Zealands The Cook growers and traders assert that ...

    Article : 44 words
  53. FLYING AT 77.

    His. M. Goodfellow, of West Melbourne, is the first lady to join the newly-formed [?] [?] ...

    Article : 57 words
  54. ALLEGED STABBING.

    Mona Nicola (2l), a domestic servant, was charged, at the Central Court to-day with having maliciously wounded Marionette Panto on August 12, and Ellio Nicola ...

    Article : 91 words
  55. A WRECK BLOWN UP.

    The wrecked steamer White Bay, on Stockton Beach, was blown up yesterday with 56 lb. of gelignite tied in sugar bags. Portions of the hull were tossed 100 feet ...

    Article : 63 words
  56. TAXI MOVERS.

    [?] [?] next [?] the city Council's [?] ...

    Article : 77 words
  57. DRIED FRUIT SALES.

    The Commonwealth Dried Fruit Control Board advises that the sake of Australian dried fruit in Great Britain, recorded with the London agency of the board. for ...

    Article : 85 words
  58. HOME AGAIN

    Mr. Jack Fletcher, who left Sydney 35 years ago, and who has since roamed the world, and been given up as dead by his sister and brother, returned ...

    Article : 87 words
  59. ELECTION ALLIANCE.

    Rumors that the Labor Party had formed a pact with the Country progressive an offshoot of the Country Party in this ...

    Article : 46 words
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