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  4. WEATHER MAP

    Very cold weather has prevailed in this State and the eastern States during the past 24 hours, with severe frosts during the night at many places. Snow has been reported on parts of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 306 words
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  6. TRIAL OF ZAPHIRIDIS.

    At the Criminal Court on Wednesday, before His Honor Mr. Justice Homburg and a jury, Alexander Zaphiridis (24), a Russian sailor was charged with the murder ...

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  7. The Register's Barometer Readings.

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  8. WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS.

    South Australia.—Generally fine, cold quiet, frosty, foggy night. Variable. winds, veering northerly. Western Australia.—Cloudy generally, followed by rain, first affecting west coast. Northerly ...

    Article : 321 words
  9. STATISTICAL INFORMATION.

    Average annual rainfall for 51 years, [?] Average for 52 years from January 1 to May 21, 7.11. Total rainfall from January 1, 1908, to June ...

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  10. TWENTY-FOUR HOURS' RAINFALL.

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  12. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    From "Jas. Delehanty":—"Mr. Jacobs practically admits that he looks to a conference and an agreement between the temperance party and the trade to alter ...

    Article : 327 words
  13. MRS. ANNIE BESANT.

    After a successful season in the west Mrs. Annie Besant will begin her series of lectures at the Town Hall to-morrow night. Her opening address will be "The ...

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  14. METEOROLOGICAL.—June 1—7.

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  15. THE LAW COURTS.

    Motion to Reverse Judgment.—Chapman V. Strawbridge. Wednesday, June 10. Appeal in the Matter of R.P.A. Caveat 461485. Smith v. Registrar-General. ...

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  16. INSOLVENCY.

    ADELAIDE: Tuesday, June 9 at 10 a.m. (before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell). —Adjourned First and Final Hearings.—Albert Hendig, of Pirie Street, Adelaide, licensed ...

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  17. LITERARY SOCIETIES.

    GAWLER UNION PARLIAMENT.—Meeting on Friday evening. The Speaker (Mr. E. H Coombe M.P.), presided. Mr. A. Milne submitted a motion in favour of the nationalization of the ...

    Article : 106 words
  18. POLICE.

    Five eases of drunkenness were dealt with. Mary Shipp was charged with being an incorrigible rogue. She pleaded guilty. Inspector Burehell stated that defendant had been ...

    Article : 177 words
  19. RURAL INDUSTRIES

    CHARLEVILLE, May 30.—Drover G.Moulin passed Adavale to-day with 1,000 mixed cattle from Hodgson Downs, Northern Territory. These, cattle have been ...

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  21. PORT ADELAIDE: Saturday, June 6.

    One case of drunkenness was disposed of. ...

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  22. REDUCING MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.

    From "Only a Woman":—"As the late Mr. Kingston was ill for many years, and attended the Federal Parliament so seldom as our representative. I think we ...

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  23. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    CAMPBELLTOWN, June 3.- - Present—Crs. Brooks (chair), Addison, McShane, and Ryan. Complaints were received of nuisance caused by quantity of offensive liquid being allowed to flow ...

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  26. CROWDED RAILWAY CARRIAGES.

    From "Lady Traveller":—"I left Broken Hill for Adelaide on Friday night. It was not until I got into the train that I was aware that excursion tickets were issued. ...

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