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  4. MOUNT KEMBLA MEN.

    Sixty men employed at the Mount Lyell Company's cokoworks at Mount Kembla have struck owing to their demand for 12½ per cent. increase in ...

    Article : 37 words
  5. A FATAL FALL.

    Thomas M'Auliffe, aged 70, a well-known resident, was killed at Sunbury to-day. He was stacking hay when he fell from a waggon and broke his neck. ...

    Article : 31 words
  6. A BARRIER BANKRUPT.

    An order in bankruptcy has been made in the estate of John Thomas Bandick, laborer, of Broken Hill. ...

    Article : 24 words
  7. A TREASURY WINDFALL.

    Probate, amounting to £48,675, was paid to-day in respect to the estate of the late Mr. E. Vickery, M.L.C. ...

    Article : 23 words
  8. A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.

    A youth named James Lanigan got caught in the machinery at the paper mills at Geelong to-day and was whirled round a shaft, both arms being broken. ...

    Article : 43 words
  9. PORT PIRIE FATALITY.

    In connection with the fatal explosion at Port Pirie on Saturday, when James Pares lost his life, it appears that the deceased was working at a ...

    Article : 204 words
  10. NEEDLE IN THE EYE.

    Annie Gorrie, a railway ganger's daughter, was brushing her blouse to-day when a needle flew up and became embedded in her eyeball. ...

    Article : 31 words
  11. THE STRUGGLE FOR BEER.

    At the inquest to-day on Mary Thomas, a widow, aged 48, who was found unconscious in Spring-street, the evidence showed that she and other women ...

    Article : 69 words
  12. AN EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT.

    An extraordinary accident occurred to a cyslist, Bertie Bull, aged 17, son of a postal paymaster, who was cycling at Aspendale to-day. He struck a stone; ...

    Article : 65 words
  13. ADELAIDE TRAMWAYS.

    The Premier (Mr. Price), speaking at the opening of Ridge Park, Glen Osmond, on Saturday, said he expected in about three weeks' time to see the ...

    Article : 75 words
  14. BLOCK 10 DISPATCHES.

    For the week ended December 1 Block-10 dispatched 285 tons of concentrates, leaving 505 tons on the o[?]e floors. ...

    Article : 22 words
  15. TATTERSALL'S TICKETS.

    The Full Court to-day decided against the Attorney-General, who sought to recover penalties against a tobacconist named Moses for procuring Tattersall's ...

    Article : 32 words
  16. GOLD STEALING.

    The Royal Commission on gold stealing sat at Kalgoorlie on Saturday. The evidence of Christopher. John Catchpole, baker, of Kanowna, was of [?] ...

    Article : 146 words
  17. FAN-TAN SHOP RAID.

    The Chinese whose fan-tan shop in Little Bourke-street was raided last night, were to-day fined at the City Court—the occupier and his assistants ...

    Article : 37 words
  18. ELDERLY MAN DROWNED.

    James Ware, an elderly visitor from Melbourne, was drowned at Point Lonsdale yesterday. He fell off the pier. ...

    Article : 31 words
  19. BOY AND GIRL LOVERS.

    At the Collingwood Court to-day Annie M'Mahon, aged 16, sued a lad named Robert M'Ewan, aged 17. for prematornity expenses. She said she ...

    Article : 90 words
  20. THIS BULDING STRIKE.

    The industrial trouble is still unsettled. The masons were no[?] permitted to start work to-day in consequence of the determination of the employers ...

    Article : 103 words
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  22. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    The municipal elections passed off quietly on Saturday. The cities of Port Adelaide and Unley and the towns of Norwood, Thobarton, and Hindmarsh ...

    Article : 45 words
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