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  2. SNOW IN THE MOUNT LOFTY RANGES.

    The snowfall in the Mount Lofty Ranges on Monday will always be remembered as one of the heaviest and most beautiful ever witnessed in those parts. The ...

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  3. CLOSING OF CANADA.

    The Canadian Government has issued an Order-in-Council stipulating that no British Indians shall be allowed to land in the Dominion unless they possess at least £40. ...

    Article : 36 words
  4. PAN-ANGLICAN CONGRESS.

    Archbishop Clarke, of Melbourne, presided on Saturday evening over the section of the Pan-Anglican Congress which discussed the question of trading ...

    Article : 113 words
  5. "PEACEFUL OUTLOOK."

    In order to allay the feeling of uneasiness experienced in certain European quarters in consequence of the recent meeting at Royal of King Ed ward and the Czar of ...

    Article : 146 words
  6. RAIN AND SNOW.

    It is a puzzle to find the weather office these days. You get to the department by devious ways. A flight of steps leads down to the gloomy, gas-lit recesses of the Post ...

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  7. STRANGE DIVORCE CASE.

    The suit of Kidd v. Kidd, when was started in the Divorce Court a few weeks ago, came on again, to-day in the Practice Court, before the Chief Justice. At the ...

    Article : 453 words
  8. VOTE FOR WOMAN.

    Another successful demonstration has been held in the interests of the women's suffrage movement. On Sunday afternoon seven processions entered[?][?]yde Park. The ...

    Article : 299 words
  9. "HOUSE FULL!"

    An event has happened which is likely to have a very far-reaching effect on the social conditions of England (wrote Harold Spender in The, London Daily Chronicle last month. Canada has been practically ...

    Article : 629 words
  10. SMALL FALLS AT THE BARRIER.

    Yesterday's rainfall totalled 0.06; but further light showers have occurred to-day and the weather is still bleak and wintry. Light hail fell this morning. ...

    Article : 33 words
  11. FORTY-EIGHT HOURS' RAINFALL.

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  12. GARDEN PARTY AT WINDSOR.

    A brilliant garden party was held at Windsor Castle on Saturday afternoon in connection with the Pan-Anglican Conference. His Majesty the King, Queen ...

    Article : 111 words
  13. GERMAN MANOEUVRES.

    It is significant that German army manoeuvres, directed by the Emperor, Will be held shortly for the first time in Alsace Lorraine. Some comment has also been ...

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  14. CONVERSION OF ABORIGINES.

    On Sunday the Bishop of Waiapu, New Zealand (Right Rev. Dr. W. L. Williams), the Bishop of Grafton and Armidale, New South Wales (Right. Rev. Dr. H. E. ...

    Article : 119 words
  15. AMERICAN PRESIDENCY.

    Mr. Henry, W. Lawson, the well-known Boston, financier and author of "Frenzied Finance," setting out the methods of Standard Oil and other great American trusts ...

    Article : 198 words
  16. LIBERAL LOSS.

    Mr. Oddy (Conservative) attributes his success over the Liberal and Labour candidates for the Pudsey Division of York shire, which has lost a Liberal seat in the ...

    Article : 79 words
  17. NATIVES OF NEW GUINEA.

    In the course of an interview on Saturday on the question of the new labour ordinance in New Guinea, the Bishop of that country, who is attending the Pan ...

    Article : 110 words
  18. THE BLACKWOOD TRAGEDY

    William Pincombe, the miner who shot Mr. Harold G. Robinson, the Anglican lay reader, at Blackwood, on Saturday, and was afterwards wounded in the head by ...

    Article : 262 words
  19. LOSS OF THE GLADIATOR.

    Mr. Justice Barnes, in the action in the Admiralty Court arising out of the collision of the second-class cruiser Gladiator with the American liner St. Paul in the ...

    Article : 98 words
  20. GERMAN FIRE FIEND.

    The police and fire brigades of Berlin have been greatly perplexed and annoyed during the past six months by the, occurrence of hundreds of mysterious arson ...

    Article : 123 words
  21. CONQUEST OF THE AIR.

    Count Zeppelin's now German airship, which is 450 ft. long, made a successful trip on Saturday. With 18 persons on board, including Prince George of Bavaria, the ...

    Article : 64 words
  22. PARK LANDS FLOODED.

    Nowhere else was more striking evidence provided of the recent heavy rain, than in the Adelaide park lands. Having been previously saturated by the heavy downpours ...

    Article : 113 words
  23. COLLIERY EXPLOSION.

    A terrific colliery explosion has occurred at Pittsburgh in which, six miners were killed. After the explosion a fall of earth shut off the means of escape for 30 colliers, ...

    Article : 111 words
  24. IMPERIAL CRICKET.

    In a telegraph message on Saturday the South African Cricket Association said it had received no definite invitation for a representative team to visit Australia. ...

    Article : 133 words
  25. BOMB ON A BOAT.

    A bomb which had been hidden in a bale of cork on the Hamburg America liner Arcadia 5,454 tons, suddenly exploded on Saturday when the vessel was lying in the ...

    Article : 110 words
  26. THE SUNSHINE INQUEST.

    Hugh Shannon, an engineer, was the first witness examined at the Braybrook disaster inquiry to-day. He said the Bendigo train was over-braked. It rather exceeded the ...

    Article : 554 words
  27. FULHAM INUNDATED.

    Fulham and floods are inseparable. Last winter there was a partial cessation of the usual inundations, but this year the River Torrens has kept up to its form of ...

    Article : 485 words
  28. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Many prospective candidates are energetically training for the Olympic Sports to be held at Shepherd's Bush in connection with the Franco-British Exhibition ...

    Article : 188 words
  29. COLLIERY STRIKES.

    A strike has taken place at the Balmain Coal Mine, Sydney Harbour collieries, and about 100 employes ceased work this morning. The dispute, has reference not to ...

    Article : 123 words
  30. LADIES' SKIRTS.

    According to the evidence given before the Arbitration Court to-day competition is particularly keen between Melbourne and Sydney in the matter of ladies' skirts. ...

    Article : 175 words
  31. SNOW IN THE NORTH.

    Passengers who travelled by the Broken Hill express which arrived in Adelaide on Monday morning had an exhilarating ...

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  32. RUN DOWN BY A TRAIN.

    An enquiry was held to-day into the death of John Thomas Norton Dolan the railway ganger who was run down by a train on Saturday afternoon while riding ...

    Article : 193 words
  33. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    The creation of the position of Assistant Comptroller-General of Customs was approved at the meeting of the Federal Executive Council to-day. The salary if ...

    Article : 178 words
  34. FEDERAL OFFICES IN LONDON.

    The Prime Minister announced several days ago that the Government had been offered a Elite for the Commonwealth Offices in London. It is at the corner of ...

    Article : 198 words
  35. POSTAL COMMISSION.

    The council of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce to-day passed a motion protesting against the exclusively political personnel of the Postal Commission, and ...

    Article : 220 words
  36. PRIVATE ADVICE.

    Mr. G. F. Claridge.—From the manager Ucolta Station:—"Tremendous fall of snow here; 2 in. to 2 ft. thick. Country presents wonderful appearance." ...

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  37. ALLEGED TOBACCO FRAUD.

    The commercial travellers, Arthur Henry Tillinghest and William Archibald Robertson, were again before the Central Police Court to-day in connection with the ...

    Article : 113 words
  38. FLOODS IN THE WEST.

    ELLISTON, June 22.—Heavy continuous rain fell all day Saturday, and the showers on Sunday made the register 215 points up to 9 o'clock this morning. The ...

    Article : 166 words
  39. QUEENSLAND.

    The German warship Planet has arrived in the river. She has called to replenish bunkers. A cable has been received from the ...

    Article : 68 words
  40. THE CHENERY CASE.

    A report has been submitted to the Premier by Mr. Meek, of the Charities Branch of the State Treasury Department, regarding the case of William John ...

    Article : 168 words
  41. KAPUNDA.

    Miss J. Williams, Globe Hotel, Kapunda, South Australia, writes as follows:-"I have used Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery, and think it is a very good medicine for ...

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  42. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER.

    A case of alleged attempted murder has occurred at Edendale, Southland. A man named Stott, a half-caste Australian aborigine, shot a girl named Brown, a pupil ...

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  43. CAUGHT IN THE ACT.

    Constables on duty near the Waterloo tram terminus last night noticed two men at the sandhills, and their movements being suspicious the officers approached. ...

    Article : 139 words
  44. PRIVATE ADVICES.

    D. & J. Fowler, Limited.—Kooringa:— "105 points rain yesterday; snow last night; real English winter weather; snowballing order to-day." Crystal Brook:— ...

    Article : 161 words
  45. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Harry Francis Anstey, a ganger on the railways, was burnt to death in his camp, at Karrijine on Sunday night. His mate, named Davis, was also burnt, but no[?] ...

    Article : 56 words
  46. HELPING AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY.

    Australian tenderers for the 1,000 miles of rabbit-proof wire netting required by the Government have, the Premier states, now offered to take £1 per mile preference ...

    Article : 72 words
  47. Advertising

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  48. VERDICT AGAINST RAILWAY DEPARTMENT.

    In an action against the commissioner of Railways, in the Supreme Court, Laura Emily Lloyd, who was injured while traveling on the railways at Clackline, in ...

    Article : 50 words
  49. NEW ZEALAND.

    At Invercargill, a man convicted of [?], grogselling, has been fined £50. The evidence showed that defendant had bean warned without the slightest effect. The ...

    Article : 64 words
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