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  2. GENERAL NEWS

    The Minister of Immigration (Hon. 3. Cowan) stated on Thursday that Cabinet had given consideration to the matter of Government departments ...

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  3. NO COOL CHANGE

    Adelaide's hopes of a cool change after a week of sweltering weather were shattered yesterday when the ...

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  4. STATE ELECTIONS

    The Hon. L.L. Hill, when speaking at a Labor social at the South Plympton Hall last night, said it was now ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. BRITAIN AND RUSSIA

    Miss Wilkinson (Labor) initiated a debate on trade with Russia in the House of Commons to-day. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. BATTLE WITH WAVES

    A story of thirty hours' battle with mountainous seas, in the midst of a cyclonic disturbance, was told by members of the ...

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  7. SIR HARRY CJAUVEL

    One of the important questions to be decided by the Federal Cabinet is the appointment of a successor to General Sir ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. DAVIS CUP TEAM

    Four was decided upon by the council of the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia, tonight as the number of players ...

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  9. PISTOL LICENSES

    Inspector Noblet, of the Part Adelaide police, stated yesterday that the Police Department did not intend to [?] period' ...

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  10. CORPORAL PUNISHMENT

    The regulations regarding corporal punishment in schools under the control of the Education Department are being rigidly enforced. The current ...

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  11. "EXILE:" THE NEW SERIAL

    Experience in many walks of life has made Warwick Deeping, one of the most interesting of present day novelists He is not young, nor is he old. ...

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  12. AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE

    Evidence of the increasing popularity of the Roseworthy Agricultural College is supplied by the record number of entries received this year for ...

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  13. HOT AND SULTRY

    The Divisional Meteorologist reported last night:—The low pressure system noted in the Bight "on Wednesday morning moved too rapidly eastward to ...

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  14. McLEOD'S FEAT

    "It is officialdom gone mad," said Mr. Bruce Small to-night, when he learned that the League of South Australian Wheelmen had decided not to ...

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  15. GOAL MINERS

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) has informed the Melbourne trades Hill Council that the Federal Goldnet ...

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  16. GUMERAGHA TRAGEDY

    TO BE UNVEILED ON SATURDAY On Saturday afternoon at Gumeracha a memorial arch of Murray Bridge red granite, to ...

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  17. ENGLISH MAILS

    The letter portion of the English mail by the R.M.S. Ctranto is expected to arrive in Adelaide overland from Fremantle this evening. It is anticipated ...

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  18. SEDITION ALLEGED

    Frederick Woolnough Paterson, who described himself a [?] farmer, appeared at the Police Court to-day, charged with having uttered seditious ...

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  19. HENLEY BEACH-ROAD DRAINAGE

    No definite decision has yet been arrived at regarding the joint proposal of the, hebarton Town Council and the West Torrents District Council, to ...

    Article : 197 words
  20. INSTRUCTION IN MILLINERY

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 131 words
  21. WATER CONSUMPTION

    The warm weather has had a marked effect on the consumption of water, but as hot spells are the normal thing in Adelaide at this time of the year ...

    Article : 146 words
  22. "GREY SHADOW

    After a trial which occupied four days, [?] Herbert Skinner (29), salesman, known in criminal circles as "Hie Grey ...

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  23. "WILL BOOST AUSTRALIA"

    "We both love Australia, and when we get back to England we will boost it as much as possible.' said Miss Ann Penn, a vaudeville artist, who, with ...

    Article : 163 words
  24. OBITUARY

    The passing of Mr George G. Serle has farther thinned the ranks of the earllest settlers in the Millicent district. Mr. Serle died at the Thyne ...

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  25. RATHERS' CLOTHING STOLEN

    Two bathers, a young man and a girl, had their clothing and valuables stolen at Semaphore during the week. Before entering the water they placed their ...

    Article : 78 words
  26. TARIFF INCREASE

    An extraordinary case of a tariff having been raised more than 100 per cent, to protect a manufacturer employing three men ...

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  27. Gigantic Task

    Mr. Hill further stated that South Australia had never experienced such financial bungling, and the Labor Party was well aware of the gigantic task ...

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  28. DRIVERS' PICNIC DAY

    Owing to the Drivers' Picnic which will be held on Tuesday next, goods for ships sailing on that date should be delivered alongside the vessels as early ...

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  29. SIR HUBERT WILKINS

    A message has been received from Deception Island, stating that for seven days and nights unsuccessful efforts have been made to get in touch ...

    Article : 154 words
  30. SPANISH POLITICS

    Don Ortegagasset, the leader of the Spanish Liberal exiles, before leaving for Spain to-day, predicted the establishment of a republic. ...

    Article : 124 words
  31. BELLS ON POLICE BICYCLES

    Attention was drawn at the meeting of the Police Association test night the fact that certain members of the force while on bicycle patrol ...

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  32. HOLIDAY FOR PICNIC

    The Minister of Education (Hon. M. McIntosh) has approved of a special holiday being. granted to the schools to the Freeling district, in order that ...

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  33. EAST TORRENS ELECTORATE

    Nominations for candidates to contest the East Torrens electorate in the interests of Labor closed with the returning-officer (Mr. N. Makin, M.H.R.) ...

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  34. RAIL TRAVEL

    As will be seen by an announcement in our advertising columns to-day, the Railways Department draws attention to its bargains." To-morrow ...

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  35. TRAM OFF THE LINE

    Trams bound from the city to colonel Light Gardens, Hyde Park. terrace between 9.53 and 10.25 p.m. on Wednesday owing to a Hyde Park ...

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  36. SHARP RALLY IN BARRIER SHAKES

    The outstanding feature on the local Stock Exchange yesterday was the sharp recovery in Barrier shares Prices during the morning were generally ...

    Article : 106 words
  37. TOOK ALL WICKETS

    Playing in the annual matches of the Ballan country week to-day, G. A. Street took the whole of the ten wickets of the Molesworth team for 74 ...

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  38. WATERSIDE WORKERS

    When questioned yesterday with respect to his resignation as president of the Port Adelaide branch of the WaterSide Workers' Federation, Mr. W.W. ...

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  39. HOTELS AT MOUNT GAMBIER

    The annual meeting of the Southern Licensing Court was held to-day Mr. K.F.V. Sanderson, S.M., presiding Mr. E. J. Thomas (superintendent) appeared ...

    Article : 289 words
  40. AFTER FOURTEEN YEARS

    A cable message from London, which appeareda in "The Advertiser" on Januuary 15, stated that the body of Frederick Hankin, who was reported missing on ...

    Article : 240 words
  41. KNOCKED DOWN BY CARS

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  42. HUMOR IN COURT

    "Do you drink hard stuff?" asked a defendant of a witness in the Adelaide Police Court on Thursday. "No," was the ready reply. "Where were you ...

    Article : 316 words
  43. CRIME IN CHICAGO

    The criminal outbreak has been continued with one death and two victims dying, and a great number of events of a lesser nature. In one case a ...

    Article : 118 words
  44. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS

    A motor lorry, owned and driven by Mr. E. W. K. Kruger, a carrier, of Sedan, collided with a tram on Payneham-road. Payneham. at 4.50 p.m. on ...

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  45. BEACH CAMPERS AT LARGS

    "I do not think that we can expect our ranger, after rounding up stray horses all day, to go rounding up surreptitious campers all night when ...

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  46. WILL DISCOVERED

    Yesterday morning the Port Adelaide police continued the search for the will of the late Mr. Peter Duncanson, whose body was found in the kitchen at his ...

    Article : 143 words
  47. FARMER INJURED

    Suffering from a fractured leg Mr. Robert Johnston (70), farmer, of Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital on Thursday ...

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  48. TRAFFIC COURT REVENUE

    Over £84 was the amount 35 defendents had to pay in the Traffic. Court yesterday for breaches of the traffic regulations and corporation by-laws. ...

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  49. NEWSBOY KNOCKED DOWN

    Speermatris Etrelazis. a Greek newspaperboy, of Gray-street, city, was knocked down by a motor car in Hindley-street last night. He was taken to ...

    Article : 38 words
  50. GLADYS MONCRIEFF

    It was announced to-day that Gladys Moncrieff, the musical comedy artist, had signed a contract with J.C. Williamstown, Limited, she will appear in ...

    Article : 87 words
  51. NOISY MOTOR CYCLES

    Motor cyclists riding noisy machines are to be more rigorously dealt with in future. Mr. W. Hall. S.M., in the Traffic Court yesterday. said that owing ...

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  52. ACCIDENT VICTIMS

    Two accident victims in the Adelaide Hospital are in a serious condition. They are Mr. Thomas Bright (30), fitter, of Chasewater-road, Lower ...

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  53. KNOCKED DOWN BY TEAM

    While crossing King William-street about 7 o'clock last night, Mr. Frank Swanson (77), of Tilley-street. Croydon, was knocked down by a train. ...

    Article : 44 words
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