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  2. CONCERNING PEOPLE.

    The Bishop of Adelaide (Right Rev. Dr. Thomas) and Mrs. Thomas, who have been the guests of the Governor-General and Lady Northcote during their stay in ...

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    Strawberry Leaves in Heraldry. Another ancient expression, "To win the strawberry leaves." implies to be created a duke, the allusion being to the fact that the circlet of gold forming the ducal ...

    Article : 513 words
  4. DEATH OF VISCOUNT HAMPDEN.

    The death has occurred, in the sixty-sixth year of his age, of Henry Robert Brand, Viscount Hampden, who was Governor of New South Wales from 1895 ...

    Article : 418 words
  5. CHILDREN IN REVOLT.

    The difficulty in Prussian Poland over the language question has become acute. Last month the Archbishop of Posen was fiercely attacked for urging the parents to ...

    Article : 369 words
  6. EDUCATION BILL.

    Mr. Birrell's Education Bill emerged from committee in the House of Lords on Thursday with its main features entirely changed ...

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  7. THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE.

    First Class.—Mary Lillecrapp Langman. Second Class.—Mabel Evangeline Williams. ...

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  8. BRITISH NAVY.

    The newspapers of Edinburgh and Glasgow state that the Admiralty has decided on an important departure in policy. It proposes to revert to a scheme which was ...

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  9. STRAWBERRIES.

    "Strawherries and Cream." This legend meets the eye everywhere as one passes along the streets of Adelaide; and the casual visitor at this season might ...

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  10. DIPLOMA IN APPLIED SCIENCE.

    Railway Engineering. First Class.—None. Second Class (in order of merit).—Edward James Cadell Rennie and Harold ...

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  11. DECREE EXAMINATIONS.

    The following students passed in subjects of the courses for the ordinary degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science or the applied science course, at the annual ...

    Article : 216 words
  12. UNIVERSITY EVENING CLASS AND SCHOOL OF MINES ASSOCIATE III EXAMINATION.

    Electric Engineering. First Class.—Thomas Wilfred McMahon, Godfrey Chittleborough. Second Class.—Reginald Charles Allen ...

    Article : 35 words
  13. RHODES SCHOLARS.

    The Times, in applauding the many successes achieved at the Oxford University by Mr. John Clifford Valentine Behan, one of the Rhodes scholars from Victoria in ...

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  14. EXAMINATION FOR THE DIPLOMA OF ASSOCIATE IN MUSIC.—NOVEMBER. 1906.

    Pass List. Leila Isabel Cox (principal subject pianoforte). Gladys Ruby Edwards (principal subject ...

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  15. EARLY SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Saturday, November 22, 1856. A conversation arose yesterday in the Legislative Council relative to the £650 on the Estimates under the heading ...

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  16. COMMERCE ACT.

    Forty leading proprietors and makers of proprietary articles and patent medicines held a meeting on Thursday at the premises of the London Chamber of ...

    Article : 259 words
  17. FLOOD OF SPIRIT.

    A serious accident took place on Thursday at Messrs. Charles and David Gray's distillery, Muirhead street, South Glasgow. The columns supporting the spirit vats ...

    Article : 76 words
  18. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, B.A. COMPULSORY CHEMISTRY, B.Sc.

    Chemistry 1. (diploma course). First Class (in order of merit).—William Lawrence Bragg: Lancelot Salisbury Bagster and Lo[?]s Warne[?]ke McNamard ...

    Article : 88 words
  19. AMERICAN SHIPPING.

    Mr. Leslie M Shaw (Secretary of the Treasury in the Washington Cabinet). addressing the Pan-Mississippi Commercial Congress at Kansas City on Thursday ...

    Article : 70 words
  20. THE CONSPIRACY TRIAL.

    The cases for both sides in the conspiracy trial of W. P. Crick. W. N. Willis, and C. Bath were concluded to-day. Crick went into the witness box and ...

    Article : 366 words
  21. A PRUSSIAN MINISTER.

    A Berlin telegram states that Herr Araim Criewen has been appointed to the portfolio of Minister of Agriculture, Domains, and Forests in Prussia, in succession to ...

    Article : 58 words
  22. BARRIER WAGES.

    The conference between the mine managers and unionists on the wages question sat again last night, and arranged everything satisfactorily for two years to come. ...

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  23. RUSSIAN AFFAIRS.

    Gen. Gelestchapoff (the ex-Governor of Elisabethpol, a town in the Caucasus), was shot dead in the street on Thursday. The assassin escaped. ...

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  24. CHEMISTRY PART I. B.Sc. COURSE, OR CHEMISTRY II.

    Diploma Course. First Class (in order of merit).—Leslie Frank Burgess and Robert William Tassie (equal); Arnold Edwin Victori Richardson. ...

    Article : 318 words
  25. DRUNKEN ELECTORS.

    In order to encourage sobriety, the Austrian Lower House has resolved that electors who have been convicted in a Police Court more than twice for drunkenness ...

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  26. CANADA.

    In opening the Dominion Parliament at Ottawa on Thursday, Earl Grey (Governor-General) mentioned in his Speech that Great Britain had transferred the Imperial ...

    Article : 101 words
  27. RUSSIA AND JAPAN.

    The Russian Government has definitely declined to open the Amur River (in Eastern Siberia) to Japanese fishermen, or to permit any of the Mikado's subjects to ...

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  28. NATAL POLITICS.

    Two no-confidence motions directed against the Natal Ministry were defeated, but the Premier (Hon. C. J. Smythe) has unexpectedly passed in the resignations of ...

    Article : 70 words
  29. CRICKETERS BENEFITS.

    The benefit cricket match to J. T. Tylde[?]ley, the crack Lancashire batsman, Lancashire v. Yorkshire on August 6 at Manchester, realized £3,105; and the receipts ...

    Article : 57 words
  30. PORTO RICO.

    President Roosevelt has assured the inbabitants of the island of Porto Rico that he will use every effort to secure for them citizenship in the [?]nited States. ...

    Article : 135 words
  31. LONDON CHARITIES.

    Mr. Heari Louis Bischoffshiem. a City banker, and his wife have celebrated their golden wedding by distributing £100,000 among charities. ...

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  32. SURVEYING AUSTRALIAN WATERS.

    The sloop Fantome, 1,070 tons, now at Sheerness, has been fitted up for the surveying service, and she will be commissioned in February next for duty in Australian ...

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  33. GENERAL CABLE NEWS

    Mr. Marshall-Hall, the director of the Albert street (Melbourne) Conservatoriun[?] has undergone a serious operation to his eves in Berlin. He is progressing ...

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  34. THE LOST DREDGER OCTOPUS.

    The hopper dredge Peter Paterson, purchased by the Geelong Harbour Trust from the Natal Government arrived in Corio [?] to-day in charge of Capt, Murray. In ...

    Article : 153 words
  35. STEAMERS IN COLLISION.

    A serious collision took place on Thursday off Cherbourg, in the English Channel. The N.D.L. mail steat[?]er Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 14,349 tons, when leaving the ...

    Article : 90 words
  36. MERCHANT SHIPPING.

    The Merchant Shipping Bill, which was introduced by Mr. Lloyd George (President of the Board of Trade), has passed the House of Commons, and it was read a first ...

    Article : 68 words
  37. WHOLESALE MURDERS.

    A terrible discovery of wholesale poisoning of husbands and wives by their partners has been made at Knez, a commune in Hungary, with a population of about ...

    Article : 125 words
  38. MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY.

    First Class (in order of marit)—Lorna Maude Waterhouse. Arnold Edwin Victor Richardson: Clive Runnalls Davies, William Hurtle Kleemann, and Mary Emma ...

    Article : 220 words
  39. FRENCH LEGISLATORS.

    The Houses of Legislature in France have decided, by almost unanimous votes, to increase the pay of Senators and Deputies to £600 a year. At present the payment ...

    Article : 93 words
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  41. SCOTTISH CHURCHES.

    The advisory committee of the United Free Church of Scotland has suggested the erection in the Highlands of 100 churches and manses at a total expenditure of ...

    Article : 55 words
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