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  2. HOMAGE TO MELBA

    This morning the committee of the Melba memorial concert movement will visit the Adelaide Oval, to decide how the choir, orchestra, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. SIR G. PEARCE SARCASTIC

    After having congratulated Senators Barnes and Dooley on their Ministerial promotion, the Opposition Senator Sir ...

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  4. PAYERS OF LAND TAX GIVEN UNTIL MAY 14

    The date for the payment Of land [?]axes has been extended to May 14, and where assessments are in dispute 75 per cent, of the amount will be accepted. The balance will be ...

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  5. Outamong the People

    IT generally helps the day along If one receives good news early in the morning. Yesterday Arthur Walkley showed me a private cablegram ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. GENERAL NEWS

    The 59th annual tournament of the lawn Tennis Association will begin a the War Memorial Drive Courts today, and be continued untill March 21. ...

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  7. MURDERER'S LAST MOMENTS

    Albert Alfred Rouse, who was hanged at Bedford Gaol yesterday for the murder of an unknown person, was the only man who had ...

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  8. IF SOUTH AUSTRALIA SECEDED

    If South Australia seceded from the Commonwealth, said the Premier (Mr. Hill) yesterday, she would hare to repudiate the ...

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  9. BIRKENHEAD FERRY

    The ferry Lena M. will continue its service on the Port River between Port Adelaide and Birkenhead to-day as usual. The owner (Mr. J. H. Murch) ...

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  10. ROTANIC GARDENS PRAISED

    The display of tropical foliage in the Adelaid. Botanic Gardens was equal to anything be had seen in the South Sea Island, said Dr. S. Heriot, formerly ...

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  11. PORT AUGUSTA WATER SUPPLY

    Appearing yesterday before the PubBe Works Committee, which is Investigating country water schemes, the Engineer for Water Supply (Mr. A. J. ...

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  12. MR. BUTLER'S REMINDER

    "The concession made by the Government win certainly help," said the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Butler) last night. "If the due date for the ...

    Article : 199 words
  13. MACKENZIE ORATION

    The annual An MacKensie oration on [?] medicine, which was founded by a gift of £1,000 to the Australian Institute of Anatomy, ...

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  14. BUND WORKERS SUFFERING

    Unless there is a goad response to the appeal of the Royal Institution for the Blind for 10,000 persons to boy an article made by the ...

    Article : 255 words
  15. [?] TO BROKEN HELL

    The Railways Department, evidently limited with a desire for economy, has [?] issued instructions that all [?] labels held in reserve ...

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  16. WAIVING PENALTIES

    Mr. S. McGregor Reid (president of the Taxpayers' Association) said the Government deserved the commendation of taxpayers for extending the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. PILOT LAUNCH OVERHAUL

    The [?] City of Adelaide is re[?] the pilot launch Edith at Sema[?] The Edith is being overhauled. The [?] was presented to the ...

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  18. "BACKWARD STEP"

    The leader of the Country Party (Mr Cameron) said yesterday that the unfortunate position of the States could not be remedied by secession. This ...

    Article : 180 words
  19. [?] KINDERGARTEN

    The fire brigade display arranged by the [?] Club, in aid of the Kin[?] yielded £80. A cheque Cor that amount was to Miss ...

    Article : 41 words
  20. MAN SHOT IN QUARREL

    Late last night a man entered the police station at Forbes and. It is alleged, said, "I have shot Bob at my place. Yon had better come and get ...

    Article : 120 words
  21. THE CHRONICLE"

    The pictures included in this week's issue of "the Chronicle" which is on sale, to-day, will be found of unusual interest. TWO fine photographs deal ...

    Article : 186 words
  22. NEWS IN BRIEF

    Suburban Bobberies.—An electric kettle, home-made Jam. linen and clothes, of a total value at £18 15/. were stolen front a house in Brigalow ...

    Article : 408 words
  23. PROTECTION OF STATE'S FORESTS FROM FIRE

    After a visit to the Government plne forests at Kuitpo, which suffered in the recent fire, the Commissioner of Forest Lends (Mr. Whitford) said ...

    Article : 261 words
  24. LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEMEN'S CONFERENCE

    The State conference of the Locomotive Englnemen, Cleaners, and Firemen's Union was opened at the Trades Hall yesterday, and will be continued ...

    Article : 64 words
  25. SOLOMONTOWN FIRE

    When the fire brigade responded to an alarm from the Three Chain-road, Solomontown, to-night, it found the four-roomed wood and lion house, ...

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  26. MAKE WORK EASY

    Some listeners make light of their evening "wash-up" by listening to "Rob and Bob," the mirthmakers of Station 5 AD. ...

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  27. N.S.W. CONTRACT CONDITIONS

    A meeting of manufacturers who tender for State Government contracts, to-day decided to omit from their tenders a clause recently added by the ...

    Article : 423 words
  28. Stone Age Man in Central Australia

    Mr. George Alston, honorary con[?] anthropologist to the Australian insititute of Anatomy, Canberra, who is recognised as of the world's ...

    Article : 65 words
  29. DEATH OF TWO AIRMEN

    when a westland Wapiti of the R.A.A.F. crashed into a tree while travelling at a speed of 180 miles an hour on February 26, Pilot-Officer H. G ...

    Article : 140 words
  30. COMMONWEALTH BANK

    The following are the figures of the abridged returns of the note issue and general banking departments of the Commonwealth Bans for the week ended March ...

    Article : 143 words
  31. ALL-NIGHT SEARCH FOLLOWS PORT RAIDS

    An all-night search for two men by Port Adelaide and city police, following the Port Adelaide raids, which yielded ...

    Article : 275 words
  32. WEST ADELAIDE LOCAL COMMITTEE

    Under the supervision of the State executive of the Labor Party a meeting of the West Adelaide local committee was held at the Trades Hall last night. ...

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  33. MYER EMPORIUM PROVIDES MORE WORK

    Mr. Sidney Myer, the governing director of the Myer Emporium, Ltd., announced to-day that the directors intended to spend more than £250.000 ...

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  34. WIST TORRENS ELECTRORATE COMMITTEE

    Motion confidence in the futre of Labor and pledging the support of members In the event of & d[?] dissolution in the Federal ...

    Article : 104 words
  35. PREMIER TO VISIT BURRA

    When the Premier (Mr. Hill) visits Burnt to-morrow a request will be made that the local copper mine be reworked. Many years have passed since ...

    Article : 238 words
  36. CUTTING PUBLIC SERVICE SALARIES

    Finality is expected to-morrow in the conference between the Public Service Board and the service organisations-[?] the suggested 10 per cent, ealary out. ...

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  37. Pop

    Cyclonic Spira ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  38. AMATEUR BILLIARDS

    The [?]mateur billiards exhibition games (500 up) between the lour leading amateur players of South Australia, was advanced another stage at the Palace Billiard Halls ...

    Article : 69 words
  39. COSME KILLED

    At Sansown Park to-day, J. Lafferty. rider of Avro Avian in the Brush Steeplechase, was fined £2 for having unduly punished his mount with spurs. ...

    Article : 121 words
  40. Compensation for French Bond-holders?

    The Budget Bill submitted to the Chamber of Deputies contains a clause under which economies resulting form the conversiong of rentes issues may be ...

    Article : 80 words
  41. MANNUM GOLF CLUB

    A meeting of women associate members of the Mannu[?n] Golf Club was held in the Institute committee room on Tuesday. Officers eleceted were:—Captain. Mrs. H. W. ...

    Article : 59 words
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