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  2. THE DUKE IN MELBOURNE.

    The Duke and Duchess of York spent another day to-day in meeting the populace, althouzh the Duchess was worn oul with yesterday's Ceremonies, and much ...

    Article : 577 words
  3. SOCIAL NOTES.

    On April 16 Miss Gw[?] [?] daughter of Mrs. E. T. Lindner, of [?] married to Mr. G. E. Richardson, the [?] G. Ailanson officiating, assisted by the [?] ...

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  4. LABOR IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A special meeting of the Parliamentary Labor Party will be held next week, when a definite attempt is to be made to secure the resignation of Mr. Willis ...

    Article : 574 words
  5. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    Mr. Thomas Inge (48), of Colonel Light Gardens, was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital yesterday suffering from fractured ribs, injuries to the chest, and cuts ...

    Article : 69 words
  6. LATEST CABLE NEWS.

    This morning's announcement of a bank holiday was followed shortly before noon by an Imperial ordinance ordering a moratorium for three weeks, and a ...

    Article : 383 words
  7. OBITUARY.

    Mr. George Green, who died on Thursday after a long illness, was widely known He was a son of Mr. J. J. Green, who carried on business as a tanner in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 494 words
  8. THE TRAMWAYS TRUST.

    The Commissioner of Public Works says that if the tramways had keen an ordinary business concern it could have paid a dividend ...

    Article : 535 words
  9. IRISH PARLIAMENT.

    In the Dail to-day the Minister of Finance (Hon, E. Blythe) introduced his Budget. The national debt is shown at £16,290,000 compared with £13.420,000 ...

    Article : 111 words
  10. A MINER KILLED.

    Harry Chaudhr (53), a miner, was run over and killed by ekips at the Su[?] Mine, near Tamworth, ...

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  11. FATAL WHARF ACCIDENT.

    On Friday afternoon Mr. Harold George Evans, a young unmarried man, residing at Young-street, Sandwell, [?] fatal injuries white at N[?] 2 quay park [?] ...

    Article : 100 words
  12. UNITED IRELAND.

    Speaking at the Irish University dinner last night the Secretary for India (Lord Birkenhead) said-"I was never a sharer in the folly which recklessly attempted to ...

    Article : 122 words
  13. THE ROYAL VISIT.

    The entertainment and sports sub-committees of the Citizens' Committee have been actively engaged during the last fortnight in preparing a programme for the entertainment of the officers and men ...

    Article : 350 words
  14. A FRACTURED ANKLE.

    On Friday afternoon Mr. John H. Wallman was struck on the left ankle by a cask while he was working at Messers G. Wood, Son & Company's stove at Port Adelaide. ...

    Article : 53 words
  15. THROWN FROM A HORSE.

    Mr. Albert Tyson g[?]ier, of his horse yesterday, 10 miles from his homestead, and was Killed ...

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  16. GREEK POLITICS.

    The Cabinet considers the report of machinations by General Paugalos, []iming at the overthrow of the Government, which the War Minister announced to the ...

    Article : 58 words
  17. MURRAY SWAMP SETTLERS.

    Settlers on the River Murray reclaimed swamp areas are laboring under conditions which they claim make it almost impossible to work their holdings ...

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  18. PARLIAMENT TO MEET.

    A special five days' session of the Japanese Parliament has been summoned, to open on May 3. ...

    Article : 27 words
  19. THE MEXICAN TRAGEDY.

    The latest news received of the burning of a train by revolutionary bandits on Wednesday states that fifty-one of the bodies of the victims and thirty-two ...

    Article : 71 words
  20. SHOT IN THE STREET.

    Within view of numerous pedestrians and workmen, Mrs. Lydia McVinish was shot in Elizabeth-street, city, yesterday morning. She died within three minutes ...

    Article : 221 words
  21. THE WERRY ENGINE

    After a private demonstration of the Werry engine to-day, before the technical heads of the Admiralty and Air Ministry, the engine was dismantled at their ...

    Article : 148 words
  22. RESPONSIBILITY DISCLAIMED.

    Although earlier reports over-estimated the number of dead as a result of the bandit outrage, It is now reported that there are 100 dead women and children. ...

    Article : 141 words
  23. CORPORATION EMPLOYES.

    The Lord Mayor has directed that all employes of the Adelaide City Council shall be paid at ordinary rates for the holiday on Saturday next whether they ...

    Article : 68 words
  24. MOUNT ISA FIELD.

    A sensational, collapse in the Mount Isa mine shores marked the resumption of business after the Easter vacation on the Sydney Stock Exchange. The ...

    Article : 394 words
  25. A LABOR CONFERENCE.

    The Labor Conference called by the expelled president of the A.L.P. (Mr. Seale) met last night, when he was officially elected preident Mes[?] J. ...

    Article : 67 words
  26. WEEK-END VISIT CANCELLED.

    Althouzh [?] H. Allan Cur[?] has spent more then [?] in Ercildoune station, [?] Ballarat, for the visit of the of health of the week-end ...

    Article : 183 words
  27. CHILDREN'S DISPLAYS.

    Preparations for the displays by the school children on the A Adelaide Oval on the occusion of the visit of the Duke and Duchess of York are proceeding [?]tis. ...

    Article : 373 words
  28. MR. LANG STANDS FIRM.

    It was learnt to-day that the Premier (Mr. Lang) had refused to accede to the demands of his Ministers that Mr. Willis, the Vice-President of the Executive ...

    Article : 254 words
  29. THE INDUSTRIAL MISSION.

    Strong opposition is developing among several members of the Industrial Mission to the request of Mr. Bruce for a month's extension, Mr. Ludowi[?] ...

    Article : 125 words
  30. A SENTENCE REDUCED.

    The sentence of two years' imprisonment which was passed by Judge Curlewis at the Darlinghurst Quarter Sessions on Thursday upon Demos Morel (39), a merchant, who ...

    Article : 107 words
  31. MEAT FOR THE NAVY.

    The British Admiralty is experiencing considerable difficulty in deciding the disposition of the contract for finned meat for the navy. It is obvious that South ...

    Article : 58 words
  32. THE AERIAL DISASTER.

    His Excellency the [?] General Publication his me[?] to his Majesty the King reporting the arrival of their Royal High[?] the Duke and Duchess of Work ...

    Article : 286 words
  33. A BANK MERGER.

    An arrangement whereby the English, Scottish, and Australian Bank, Limited, agrees to take over all the liabilities and assets of the Royal Bank of Australia, ...

    Article : 293 words
  34. DEATH FROM BULLET WOUND.

    Mr. John Charlton, of South-terrace, Thebarton, was admitted to Adelalde Hospital late last night suffering from a bullet wound in the right temple. [?] ...

    Article : 347 words
  35. RUSSIA AND THE LEAGUE.

    M. Litvinoff proposes personally to head the Russian delegation to the Economic Conference of the League of Stations in May. ...

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  36. A GRAZIER'S WILL

    Personal property valued at £211,481, has been left by Mr. William John Turner Clarke, late of St. George's-road, Toorak, and of Mount Schank Station, Mount ...

    Article : 254 words
  37. ACTIVITY ON SYDNEY EXCHANGE.

    Mr. Isa shares again displayed great activity on the Exchange to-day and heavy selling wag indulged in The shares went right back to 18/9. and then forward again ...

    Article : 91 words
  38. DISARMAMENT.

    The Disarmament Preparatory Conference met again to-day, but M. Boncour was absent This is generally interpreted as indicating the conviction of France that ...

    Article : 60 words
  39. EXPORTS OF PRODUCE.

    During the week ended April 10, 16,684 boxes of butter and 22 crafes of [?] wore exported from the Commonwealth. The consignments from the various States ...

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  40. HELD FOR RANSOM.

    The Rev. E. H. Carne, of Melbourne, who has been with the Alliance Mission in China, for the past 11 years, returned to-day on the steamer St. Albans. He ...

    Article : 123 words
  41. HALEY MORRIS.

    Haley Morris who, in 1925, was sentenced to two years' imprisonment for an offence against a girl under 16, is advertising in the newspapers that be will not ...

    Article : 128 words
  42. Advertising

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  43. THE RAILWAYS STANDING COMMITTEE.

    On Thursday a meeting of the Railways Standing Committee was held at Port Victoria relative to the advisability of constructing a deep sea jetty there. ...

    Article : 142 words
  44. THE BOWLING COUNCIL.

    The Australian Bowling Council met last night, and Mr. J. B. Grut (Vic.) presided. A letter was received from the Queensland association suggesting that ...

    Article : 141 words
  45. SOLD FOR £150,000.

    Royal Chambers, at the corner of Hunter and Castlercagh streets, occupied By the "Age" and the "Leader," has been sold for £150,000. The whole block will ...

    Article : 45 words
  46. VALAIS COLTS POPULAR.

    The yearling sales were concluded to-day, and 62i lots were sold for £141,745 guineas, an average of about 228 guineas. The progeuy of Valais (imp.) were most in ...

    Article : 53 words
  47. AN ENQUIRY OPENED.

    At the Victoria Barracks to-day the departmental enquiry was opened into the cause of the aeroplane crash yesterday. witch resulted in the deaths of four ...

    Article : 99 words
  48. CANADIAN WHEAT POOLS.

    Mr. Wilson, of the Gippsland Co-operative Society, has arrived here after an inspection of the Saskatchewan and Alberta Wheat Pool organisations. ...

    Article : 83 words
  49. SHIPPING NEWS.

    SYDNEY, April 22.-Arrivals-Stagen, from Amboi[?] St. Albans, from Japans Ca[?] from Brisbane Orama, from Brisbane. Waitemaia. for Sava and Vancou[?] ...

    Article : 84 words
  50. LATEST SCRATCHINGS.

    A.J.C. Autumn meeting.-All enda[?] Windbag, Golden Curio, Chromium Palers. Lonicers, All engagements on third and fourth days-Warantee. ...

    Article : 22 words
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