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  2. THE INTERSTATE. COMMISSION.

    To-day the interstate Commission took evidence regarding the duty on bark for tanning. Mr. Millard, M.L.A., representing the ...

    Article : 54 words
  3. HONOURING THE EMPIRE.

    It is a great grief to me that I have not time to visit you, and see you all with my own eyes, but I have heard that you keep "Empire Day" most enthusiastically. I am sure that while ...

    Article : 1,160 words
  4. CARVING AT TABLE.

    It seems almost unnecessary to ask how a man learns to carve. In the simplest possible language—he doesn't. The modern habit of dining out, and of having food ...

    Article : 1,664 words
  5. FRANCISCO VILLA.

    Francisco Villa, the notorious Mexican rebel, was born at Las Nieves in the State of Durango about the year 1868. He is wholly uneducated, being unable to read ...

    Article : 1,626 words
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  7. CASUALTIES.

    William Evans, of College Park, who was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital at 5.25 p.m. yesterday, suffering from injuries sustained in an accident, died at 8.30 ...

    Article : 34 words
  8. RUN OVER BY TROLLY.

    Leo Sport, aged 15 years, residing at 157 Brown street, Adelaide, was cycling past a trolly in Rundle street on Monday, when his machine side-slipped, and he fell to ...

    Article : 100 words
  9. AMATEUR JOCKEY'S FALL.

    A serious accident occurred at the Petersburg Racecourse on Saturday morning. A youth, J. J. Jones, employed by Mr. S. Sleep, a butcher, was galloping on ...

    Article : 75 words
  10. PORT ADELAIDE DROWNING CASE.

    At the Port Adelaide Police Station on Wednesday afternoon the Acting City Coroner will conduct an inquest into the death of James ross, whose body was ...

    Article : 42 words
  11. STEVEDORE'S PAINFUL FALL.

    PORT LINCOLN, May 22.—On Wednesday, while engaged in unloading ballast from the barque Amsterdam, at Kirton Point Jetty, Mr. Heath, a stevedore, met ...

    Article : 79 words
  12. AN EXCITING BOLT.

    WALLAROO, May 23.—Commotion was caused on Friday afternoon through the bolting of a horse attached to a baker's cart. The horse madly galloped along Irvine ...

    Article : 91 words
  13. MOTOR CAR ALIGHT.

    MELBOURNE, May 25.—A motor car, valued at £600, owned by Mr. Colin Brown, of Caulfield, was damaged badly by fire in the early hours of Saturday ...

    Article : 104 words
  14. SMASH IN RAILWAY YARDS.

    SYDNEY, May 25.—There was another smash during shunting operations at the Clyde railway marshalling yards last night. A goods train crashed into a row of empty ...

    Article : 49 words
  15. A DUKE'S HEIR.

    Welbeek Abbey, world-famous for its vast underground apartments, was the seene on Monday night, April 13, of a memorably ball in celebration of the coming ...

    Article : 765 words
  16. QUEST FOR HEALTH.

    One thousand miles north of Yakutsk, the "metropolis" of Central Asiatic Siberia, on the River Lena, is the Lena Delta on the arctic shore. East and west of this ...

    Article : 2,092 words
  17. DEATHS IN BED.

    BROKEN HILL, May 25.—Thomas Francis Hughes (52), shift boss on the zinc Corporation, was found dead in bed last night, and at an inquest to-day a ...

    Article : 62 words
  18. WOMAN'S SUICIDE.

    BRISBANE, May 25.—Mrs. Margaret Gibson Duncan was run over and killed by a passenger train at the Klein crossing, between Harlaxton and Toowoomba ...

    Article : 69 words
  19. HOTEL DESTROYED.

    BRISBANE, May 25.—The Royal Hotel, Dalby, was destroyed by fire this morning. The insurances totalled £3,000. The building contained 42 rooms. The ...

    Article : 80 words
  20. ENGLISH POLITICIANS' DRESS.

    A Prime Minister who will grow some special sort of curl or collar is a boon to the caricaturist—witness Mr. Gladstone and Lord beaconsfield. Mr. Asquith dresses ...

    Article : 516 words
  21. AMUSEMENTS.

    This afternoon, in the North Adelaide Baptist Church, Tynte street, Mr. Horace Weber will give his fourth afternoon organ recital. Works by Rossini, Guilmant ...

    Article : 420 words
  22. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

    The annual social by District Officers and members of the P.C.R.'s Court to delegates to the conference in connection with the Arcient Order of Foresters was held at the Trades Hall on ...

    Article : 195 words
  23. MAGISTRATES' COURT.

    HINDMARSH: Monday, May 25 (before Mr. T. J. Bishop).—Patrick Cussion was charged, on the information of sgt. Radford, with having been drunk while in charge of a trolly and five horses ...

    Article : 227 words
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