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  2. AUTUMN FASHIONS.

    The long-continued spell of fine weather would, it was thought, have made the seminine portion of the huge crowd that gathered at Morphettville on Saturday ...

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  3. WINDFALL FOR THE WIRTHS.

    The Wirth family in Australia, some of whom are in the circus proprietary of that name, have inherited from an unmarried uncle, who died recently in ...

    Article : 286 words
  4. RENOWNED VISITORS.

    A splendid specimen of the true Briton is Sir Edgar Vincent, who is at present enjoying a visit to Australia as Chairman of [?] Commission. The ...

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  5. TRAIN SENSATION.

    A sensation ms caused on the Sydney express yesterday. Shortly after it had left the Spencer Street Station a man named Lloyd Bye suddenly appeared at ...

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  6. Advertising

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  7. FITZROY TRAGEDY.

    An enquiry was opened to-day at the morgue by Dr. R. H. Cole (City Coroner) into the circumstances attending the death of Henry McNamara, 36 years of age, who ...

    Article : 285 words
  8. THE WORKMAN'S PARADISE.

    Speaking to-day at the laying of the foundation stone of the Druids' wing of St. Vincent's Hospital, Archbishop Mannix said the budding about to be erected would ...

    Article : 277 words
  9. CASUALTIES.

    Keable Metcalf, youngest son of Mr. David Metcalf, of Collins street, Enfield, is lying in the Children's Hospital in a critical condition, having sustained bad fractures ...

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  10. MONTENEGRIN SUBMISSION.

    General Vukotich, one of the foremost of Montenegrin military' leaders, has formed a new Cabinet. King Nicholas summoned the whole of ...

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  11. ARCH OF PEACE.

    Speaking at the banquet held in connection with the conference of the Anglo-American peace centenary celebrations, the High Commissioner for the Commonwealth ...

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  12. DARWIN STRIKE.

    On Tuesday the Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Thomas) telegraphed to the Secretary of the Amalgamated Workers' Association at Townsville. asking that he ...

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  13. ARREST AT MOSMAN.

    The suburb of Mosman, where numerous cases of housebreaking have occurred lately, was the scene of an interesting arrest on Saturday. It was reported to ...

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  14. SHIPPING CASE.

    Mr. P. H. Sullivan yesterday appeared before Mr. Justice Higgins, in behalf of the Merchant Service Guild, in support of the appeal against the registration of the ...

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  15. MOTOR CAR FATALITY.

    Shortly after 9 o'clock on Saturday evening Dr. Scott, of Unley road, Malyern, reported to the Unley Police Station the death of Mrs. Grace Pennifold a widow. ...

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  16. A "RELIGIOUS" MOVE.

    It appears that Austria desires the establishment of a Roman Catholic Prince over autonomous Albania. Italy wishes to see the appointment of a Protestant ruler ...

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  17. FALL FROM A CAR.

    Mr. Alexander Hoban. of Maria street, Thebarton, fell from a Henley Beach car on Sunday. He was attended to by Dr. Drummond, and subsequently removed to ...

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  18. HOTEL BRAWL.

    Robert Boyce, who was injured in a brawl in the Globe Hotel, Kalgoorlie, on Wednesday, died on Saturday morning. The man who is alleged to have struck ...

    Article : 48 words
  19. SOUTARI IN FLAMES.

    Advice has been received that a fire has broken out in the bazaar at Scutari. A high wind ia blowing, and as there is lack of water the outbreak has assumed ...

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  20. ALLEGED CONCEALMENT OF BIRTH.

    A tragic incident is reported to have occurred at the Grand Coffee Palace, Hindley street, at the end of last week. A pantry maid, aged 28 years, is said to have ...

    Article : 160 words
  21. PINE CREEK RAILWAY.

    The postmaster at Darwin telegraphed to the Acting Deputy Postmaster-General (Mr. Hurst) on May 10:—"Superintendent of Railways reports trains resume running ...

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  22. DEFENCE OF SPARGO.

    Mr. Moss Solomon, solicitor, who was asked by the relatives of the man Spargo to defend him at his trial for the murder of George Pickering Jones, at Broome, has ...

    Article : 63 words
  23. JAPAN AND AMERICA.

    The situation arising out of the action of the Californian Legislature in directing Regislation against Japanese is arousing in[?]euse interest throughout America. ...

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  24. LIGHTHOUSE BRANCH.

    By the middle of September the new lighthouse branch of the Customs Department should be in full working order, and, except for a few details, the ...

    Article : 190 words
  25. SCUTARI EVACUATED.

    The Governor of Scutari and Admiral Barney, of the British squadron, who is in command of the international fleet which threatened the blockade of Montenegro ...

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  26. CONCESSIONS TO ROUMANIA.

    An agreement between Roumania and Bulgaria has been signed. It gives to the former kingdom the town of Silistria, with its fortifications, and also an increase of ...

    Article : 56 words
  27. ANTARCTIC DISASTER FUNDS.

    The Governor-General has received a cable message from Commander Evans in London asking him to endeavour to arrange for "the Australian funds for the antarctic ...

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  28. ACCIDENT TO A MOTOR CYCLIST.

    ANGAS PLAINS, May 7.—Mr. Ray Howard, of Langhorne's Creek, when riding a motor bicycle towards Mount Barker, collided with a van driven by Mr. Cameron ...

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  29. CALIFORNIA AND THE JAPANESE.

    The Washington correspondent of The London Tunes telegraphed on April 6:—"Once more Washington is embarrassed by Californian [?] against the Japanese. ...

    Article : 223 words
  30. GEORCO-BULGARIAN FIGHT.

    Artillery engaged in the fight at Porthos, near Drama, Macedonia, between Greek and Bulgarian troops, but the fighting has now ceased. ...

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  31. DIPHTHERIA AND TYPHOID.

    The disease epidemic does not show any sign of abating. Since May I 22 cases of diphtheria and 15 of typhoid fever have been reported. The temporary diphtheria ...

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  32. BROKEN COLLARBONE.

    TANUNDA, May 9.—On Thursday morning. Mr. P. B. Niejalke, in the employ of Mr. J. Schulz, of Tanunda, had a lucky escape from being killed. He was ...

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  33. FIFTY YEARS AGO.

    The Adelaide Football Club played the opening match of the season on Saturday on the old grounds on the north pork lands Killian's Brass Band from ...

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  34. FIXING THE FRONTIERS.

    A telegram from Salonika states that the Greco-Bulgarian Commission appointed to delimit the boundaries of territory conquered from the Turks, has failed to agree ...

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  35. MR. COOK IN TASMANIA.

    Mr. Cook addressed a large meeting in the Albert Hall to-night. The speech was similar to that delivered in the other States. He was interrupted frequently, and the ...

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  36. SURVEY OF AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. C. A. Scrivener (Director of Commonwealth Lands and Surreys) left yesterday by express for Adelaide en route for Port Augusta, where be intends to make ...

    Article : 104 words
  37. LEOPOLD'S WIDOW.

    The Baroness Vaughan, morganatic wife of the late King Leopold of Belgium, has secured a divorce from her husband M. Duricux. ...

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  38. HORSEMAN THROWN.

    PINNAROO, May 10.—A serious accident befell Mr. Robert Allen, one of the earliest and most popular residents of the own, on Thursday afternoon. Mr. Allen ...

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  39. THE BARRIER.

    In senior football on Saturday Broken Hill (9.17) beat North (3.7); South (9.13) beat West (6.5). In the British Association game North Broken Hill beat ...

    Article : 52 words
  40. AVIATOR'S DEATH.

    A pathetic story has been telegraphed form Los Angeles. Alighting with his aeroplane on a mistcovered hill, Lieut, Parks, an aerial ...

    Article : 88 words
  41. SUSPICIOUS ILLNESS.

    The simmer Van WaerwycK arrived this morning from the East. Port Moresby was the last port of call. She had three suspicious cases of illness on board. The ...

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  42. SIR RIDER HAGGARD'S TESTIMONY.

    Sir H. Rider Haggard, another member of the commission, who in England ia a recognised authority on all rural questions, to interviewed at the Adelaide Club on ...

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  43. FELL FORTY FEET.

    SYDNEY, May ll.—Jamas Kelly, aged 10, an ironworker's labourer, visited the Trades Hall on Saturday morning. While leaning over a bannister he overbalanced ...

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  44. SNAKE CHARMER BITTEN.

    SYDNEY, May 11.—Thomas Wandless, of Balmain, a confectioner, who has taken up snake charming as a hobby, was yesterday giving an exhibition of his powers ...

    Article : 73 words
  45. Advertising

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  46. CARPENTER'S END.

    BROKEN HILL, May 11.—James Pittman, a carpenter employed in the Government tramway sheds, was injured fatally on Saturday morning. He had been ...

    Article : 75 words
  47. Advertising

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  48. PENSIONERS' SAD FATE.

    BOMBALA (N.S.W.), May 10.—On Monday two old men. William Maling and James Dindle, set out to walk to Bendoc from Craigie for their pension money. ...

    Article : 109 words
  49. Advertising

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  50. HUMAN BONES.

    PERTH, May 11.—Bones have been found among the debris of the Murehison Inn. which was burned down last week at Geraldton. It was believed that all the ...

    Article : 64 words
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