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  2. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    The Vice-Presidcnt (Mr. Best, V.) was asked by Mr. GutLrie (S.A.) " whether he would lay on the table copies of affidavits made by marine sunveyors in England on ...

    Article : 1,423 words
  3. FOOTBALL.

    NORTH ADELAIDE CLUB.—The North Adelaide Institute was filled on Friday night, when the annual meeting of the North Adelaide Football Club was held Mr. L. Cohen (Patron) presided ...

    Article : 430 words
  4. GENERAL NOTES.

    With reference to the announcement that Sir william Lyne intends to introduce a Bill to earmark and retain surplus revenue hitherto returned to the states under ...

    Article : 101 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS,

    Mortimer Mumbleford, Mr. Robot Inman Christopber Blizzard Mr. S.A. Fitzgerald Rubert Sunbury Mr. Augustus Neville Dr, Bartholomew Jones Mr. E.M.Beresford James Mr. Harold ...

    Article : 245 words
  6. INTERSTATE TENNIS

    By Friday's express the following players arrived to take part in the interstate match. Victoria v. South Australia:—Misses Addison Le Nevue Stewart and Wilmott and ...

    Article : 321 words
  7. CRICKET.

    To-day the last but one set of district cricket matches will be stated. following are the engagements and teams:—Adelaide Oval.—Adelaide v. Sturt.— ...

    Article : 1,294 words
  8. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    All manscripts submitted to. the Editor should be written legibly in ink on one side of the paper, and none will be returned, even the rejected, unless special arrangements to ...

    Article : 146 words
  9. TRUSTS AND COMBINES.

    The Senate on the Second reading of the Australian Industries Preservation Act Amendment Bill was continued in the House of Representatives to-day by ...

    Article : 1,296 words
  10. A TARCOOLA MINE.

    From "A Shareholder":—"May I request the directors of the Tarcoola Blocks Mine to state through your columns the earliest date on which any of them officially or ...

    Article : 46 words
  11. PROBATIONER NURSES Es PRIVATE HOSPITALS.

    From '"Interested":—"May I encroach on your space to air the wrongs of girls trainig in some private hospitals. These girls work for 85 hours and often longer ...

    Article : 309 words
  12. MISCELLANEOUS

    "Consistent."—You will note from the reply of the Director of Education in The Register of March 12 that the teacher is allowed to detain children, at his ...

    Article : 34 words
  13. ENGLISH CRICKETERS.

    The English cricketers began the last match of their "Australian" tour at the association ground to-day against a team representative of Western Australia. ...

    Article : 280 words
  14. FRANK THORNTON COMPANY.

    To-night at the Theatre Royal Mr. Frank Thornton, the popular comedian, will begin a short season of comedy. The opening piece, "When Knights Were Hold ...

    Article : 249 words
  15. MINING ACCIDENTS.

    Thomas Wilson, about 40 years or age. married, was killed in the South Mine this morning. .He was working on the 425 level when a fall of ground occurred. Wilson ...

    Article : 258 words
  16. ROWING

    With every promise of fine weather, prevailing it is expected that to-day's race for the South Australian eight-oared Championship and Sir Edwin Smith Shield will ...

    Article : 910 words
  17. SHOULD THE SQUARES BE FENCED

    From "As You Were":—I must confess that I am rather surprised that it is either the wish or the desire of any one to have any alteration" in our squares. ...

    Article : 282 words
  18. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    Every week new artists are seen at the Tivoli Theatre. To-night Messrs. Walker and Sturm will appear in an entirely new juggling act. These artists are described ...

    Article : 180 words
  19. CUSTOMS CASE

    A Point under the, Customs Act was decided by the Full Court to-day on an appeal from the decision of Judge Rogers. The Sydney Hydraulic' and Engineering ...

    Article : 154 words
  20. BARRIER UNEMPLOYED

    A largely attended public meeting last night carried motions demanding that the Government should undertake certain works. including the construction of the ...

    Article : 191 words
  21. VIOLIN RECITAL

    Mrs. F.M. Ewart (winner of the Women's Work Exhibition ode) is announced to give a violin recital at the Town Hall on Saturday evening March 28. ...

    Article : 91 words
  22. CRAFERS DISTRICT COUNCIL.

    From O. J. A. Hogan:—"The Chairman of the Crafers District Council (Mr. J. Johnson' has in The Roister of March [?] made statements that need correction. He ...

    Article : 230 words
  23. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Fremantle Harbour Trust has decided that it cannot impose wharfage rate on Newcastle or any other coal required for bunker purposes as it would ...

    Article : 160 words
  24. RINKING AT THE EXHIBITION.

    Preparation are torging [?] to complete the Columbia Roller Rink at the Jubilee Exhibition and the opening night by invitation is announced to take place on ...

    Article : 102 words
  25. OLYMPIA ROLLER SKATING RINK

    At the Olympia Skating (late ice) Rink large numbers of enthusiasts attend the morning, afternoon, and evening session."-. The rink is handsomely decorated and ...

    Article : 152 words
  26. LABOUR TROUBLES

    The butchers on, strike are so satisfied with the success. of their meat shops that they, have "decided to open three more on Saturday, which will maKe seven in all. A ...

    Article : 125 words
  27. THE BELMONT TRAGEDY

    At the Criminal Court John Arthur, Moore was charged with having murdered Delia Clarke at Belmont on November 23, 1907. At the time of bis arrest Moore ...

    Article : 137 words
  28. COST OF THEBARTON POLLS.

    From Cr.A.W. Styles, Mile End:—"A recent paragraph has credited the with the following:—"Cr Styles also considered the figures were hardly correct. It had been ...

    Article : 281 words
  29. VALEDICTORY.

    A farewell smoke social was tendered to Mr, S. P. Percival and Mr. C. Thackeray at the Family Hotel Glenelg on Thursday evening Mr. E.T. [?] presided over an attendance ...

    Article : 394 words
  30. TRADE WITH THE EAST.

    Mr. J.M. Sinclair, the commercial representative for Victoria, returned from the Far East on Wednesday, and is now on his way to Melbourne by the R.M.S. ...

    Article : 166 words
  31. ALLEGED BANK SWINDLE.

    At the Criminal Court Edward Etherington Nicholas Hartung, and C. ft. Cumbrae Stewart pleaded not guilty, to a charge of having on .January 17, 1908 ...

    Article : 57 words
  32. THE GUN.

    NARRACOORTE, March 12.—On Wednesday morning teams representing the Narracoorte Millicent and Kingston Gun Clubs fired a sparrow match on the showgrounds. It consisted of ...

    Article : 177 words
  33. MOTOR HILLCLIMBING CONTESTS.

    This afternoon the Greenhill road will be the scene of two motor hillclimbing contests, arranged by the Automobile Club of South 'Australia. The more important ...

    Article : 220 words
  34. DRAGGED TO DEATH.

    A gruesome discovery was made by two I selector? about 14 miles from Narrogin on j Thursday. They found the body ol Frank Nicholls. aged 20 years, who was employed ...

    Article : 72 words
  35. TEMPERANCE IN SUNDAY SCHOOLS.

    From "South Australian":—"The Rev. J. C Kirby's letter on temperance teaching in Sunday schools sounds n hopeful note: but much more and much quicker ...

    Article : 186 words
  36. FEMALE HORSESTEALER.

    Sydyia Elaine Johnstone, a married woman, was sentenced to 12 months' at the Criminal Court on a charge of hoisest aling ar Fremantle. She was at the time ...

    Article : 56 words
  37. Advertising

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  38. FEDERAL TRIPS.

    Two Parliamentary trips are in contemplation. The first is being arranged by Rp. Webster (N.S.W.) at the request of « number of members who are desirous of ...

    Article : 247 words
  39. Advertising

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    Advertising : 203 words
  40. Advertising

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