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  2. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 486 words
  3. THE JAPANESE CRISIS

    Twelve thousand workmen employed in the Kawasaki Shipbuilding Yards, [?] ins disturbed in enticipation fo [?] following the bankruptcy of the [?] ...

    Article : 199 words
  4. THE R.M.S. MOOLTAN.

    On Saturday afternoon the R.M.S. Mooltan berthed at the Outer Harbor from London. She had passengers and 1,500 tons of cargo for this port. She left ...

    Article : 46 words
  5. GENERAL NEWS.

    According to a provision in the Australian tariff regulations, ten Mountain engines belonging to the South Australian Railways will not be subject to Customs ...

    Article : 85 words
  6. SMALL FLOOD AT REEDBEDS.

    The recent rains in the hills brought down a small flood in the River Torrens on Friday and Saturday, but the water in no case broke the banks. For the ...

    Article : 47 words
  7. PERSONAL.

    The retiring Agent-General for Victoria (Sir George Fairbairn) and Lady Fairbairn arrived in New York on Friday, an route to Australia. They will spend ...

    Article : 520 words
  8. FURTHER SHOWERS EXPECTED.

    The Government Meteorologist reported last night:—"The weather in South Australia rapidly improved on Friday, and during the week-end conditions were fine, ...

    Article : 174 words
  9. SATURDAY'S LEAGUE FOOTBALL.

    League football was played in ideal conditions on Saturday, and as a result 35,300 people gathered at the four ovals. The biggest attendance was at the Showground ...

    Article : 236 words
  10. A SUB-ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

    A mea[?]ge from Sydney (Nova Sco[?]) states that the [?] sub-Arctic expedition has sailed for Lab[?] A PARTY FOR LAPLAND. ...

    Article : 121 words
  11. THE PASTORAL COMMISSION.

    Members of the Pastoral Competition are to visit Western Australia towards the end of this month to make enquiries regarding the pastoral industry in that ...

    Article : 29 words
  12. EDUCATION.

    The President of the Board of Ed[?] tion (Lord Eustace Percy), in closing this Ednostion Congress to-day, paid a [?] to the practical work accomplished, and ...

    Article : 86 words
  13. A PRESBYTERIAN HALL OPENED.

    The new Presbyterian Hall At Black Forest was opened on Saturday afternoon. The Moderator (Right Rev. Dr. Davidson) presided. The hall was opened by Miss ...

    Article : 70 words
  14. THE WEST COAST.

    The Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. M. McIntosh), who his been visiting the West Coast in connection with the reticulation scheme from the Tod River ...

    Article : 58 words
  15. AUSTRALIA'S FOREIGN RELATIONS.

    The interesting lectures at Chicago by Professor Sir Harrison Moore, of the Melbourne University, on the relations of the Dominions, and especially ...

    Article : 635 words
  16. FOOD FADDISTS.

    Food faddists were roundly criticised by Sir Thomas Horder, physician in ordinary to the Prince of Wales, when lecturing at a private meeting of the London ...

    Article : 119 words
  17. POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS.

    UNITED KINGDOM, CONTINENT, EGYPT, INDIA, AND SINGAPORE.—Per Cathay, due London, August 20. Parcels, July 20, 1 p.m. Money orders, July 20, 4 p.m. Packets and ...

    Article : 557 words
  18. SOCIAL PROBLEMS.

    The leader of the Opposition (Mr. L. L. Hill) spdke on "Social Reform" before a large congregation at Maughan Church on Sunday afternoon, The Rev. A. H. ...

    Article : 197 words
  19. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 4,036 words
  20. PROBATE GRANTED.

    The Mercantile Trade Protection Association states that probate has been granted in respect of the following wills, the amounts stated being the gross values ...

    Article : 120 words
  21. TOURIST TRAFFIC.

    Mr. J. B. Holme, the comm[?] appointed to enqure into the wocking of the Tourist Bureau in respect to its [?] services, has found that in furth[?] ...

    Article : 193 words
  22. NEW TRAFFIC BY-LAW.

    A new by-law has beep enacted by the Clare Town Council dealing with the control of traffic. It prohibits the leaving of cars in any street for longer than 30 ...

    Article : 76 words
  23. CHARACTER IN POLITICS.

    Although there is Scriptural warrant for the statement that "the powers that be are ordained of God," there is a general recognition, in democratic ...

    Article : 933 words
  24. TOURIST BUREAU EXCURSIONS.

    With the prospect of more settled weather conditions holiday-makers and others should not fail to make an excu[?]sion through the Mount Lofty Ranges. ...

    Article : 164 words
  25. MOVIE STARS.

    Misses Constance Talmadge and [?] Stewart, the well-known movie stars, [?] sue for divorce. Miss Talmadge, who had been twice divorced from for[?] ...

    Article : 82 words
  26. The Advertiser ADELAIDE: MONDAY, JULY 11. 1927.

    Our cable messages cannot be said to be reassuring as to the prospects of the Geneva Conference. It is suggested today that it is only kept alive by the ...

    Article : 1,128 words
  27. "FAMOUS PLAYERS."

    The Federal Trade Commission has issued an order citing the Famous Players Insky Corporation for conspiracy "to monopolise or attempt to monopolise the ...

    Article : 138 words
  28. RIVER MURRAY SETTLERS.

    The secretary- of the Royal Agricultural Society (Mr. H. J. Finnis) stated on Saturday that there was a marked improvement in the outlook in the River ...

    Article : 137 words
  29. MISS HELEN WILLS.

    "I would rather be a panper thin a professional," declared Miss Helen [?] the American tennis champion, on the [?] of her departure for home. "Tho[?] many ...

    Article : 102 words
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