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  2. THURSDAY'S DELUGE.

    The effects of the floods which occurred in Adelaide and other parts of the State on Thursday were strikingly apparent on, Friday. In the metropolis the principal ...

    Article : 240 words
  3. CONCERNING PEOPLE.

    On account of the slight indisposition of His Excellence the Governor, members of Cabinet proceeded on Friday morning to Marble Hill for a meeting of ...

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  4. AN INFLUX OF WAYBACKS.

    It was interesting to watch the throng in the G.P.O. on Friday waiting for the rainfall return for the preceding 24 hours to be posted. The deluge experienced in ...

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  5. TURF SCANDAL.

    The case in which Albert Seastream, of Flemiagton, jockey, Proceeded against Frederick O'Neill, of Elizabeth street, Melbourne, formerly a bookmaker, claiming ...

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  6. TRUST BETRAYED.

    The inadvisableness of trusting some suspected criminals to the extent of allowing them bail was shown in a case, which was before the Adelaide Police Court on ...

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  7. WE ARE SEVEN.

    Broken Hill Aldermen do not elect their Mayor, although the Act says they, as representing the ratepayers, should do so. The council now consists of seven elected ...

    Article : 200 words
  8. THE ANTARCTIC HEROES.

    We are very weak, and writing is difficult, but for our own sakes we do not regret the journey, which has shown us that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. SHAMMING INSANITY.

    In the City Police Court to-day Kathleen Massie was charged with being a rogue and a vagabond, and with having tried to impress on [?] Williamson Proprietary. ...

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  10. DRIVER CRITCHLEY DROWNED.

    The worst feature of Thursday evening's storm was the accident on the railway between Freeling and Fords, which resulted in the drowning of the driver of the ...

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  11. SHOT IN A BANK.

    A shooting fatality occurred in the Commercial Bank of Australia, at Scottsdale, this morning. Alfred Cyril Northeast, aged 18, entered the bank at 10 a.m. to ...

    Article : 124 words
  12. TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES.

    Naturally t the electrical disturbance caused considerable trouble in connection with the telegraph and telephone services. The Deputy Postmaster-General (Mr. R. ...

    Article : 124 words
  13. POSTAL SORTERS.

    For the purpose of laying certain suggestions regarding their duties before the Commonwealth Public Service Commissioner (Mr. McLachlan), representatives of ...

    Article : 301 words
  14. THE REGISTER SHILLING FUND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 268 words
  15. CASUALTIES.

    The City Coroner (Dr. Ramsay Smith) enquired oh Friday into circumstances connected with the death of Mrs. Harriet Snootier, aired 23. wife of a rocker, residing ...

    Article : 258 words
  16. THE RAILWAY TROUBLE.

    The railway traffic, which was disorganized by the storm, had practically resumed its normal tontine on Friday afternoon. The Secretary to the ...

    Article : 249 words
  17. FOUL PLAY.

    A young would was round last night in a shelter shed near Figtree Bridge, Lane Cove in an unconscious condition and with a bullet wound in her right temple. She ...

    Article : 94 words
  18. Pennies From Children For The Fatherless Baby.

    A correspondent proposed on Thursday next all the school children in South Australia whose parents can afford the money, or who have it in their own money boxes. ...

    Article : 168 words
  19. CLERK'S SUICIDE.

    Alfred Trueman, aged 31 a single man, who had been confidential clerk to the late Mr. Duncan (the contractor for the erection of the Melbourne Hospital buildings), has ...

    Article : 139 words
  20. SUBSIDENCE IN FROME ROAD.

    A hole, almost circular in shape, and about 25 ft. deep and 20 yards in diameter, has appeared in Frome road owing to a subsidence of earth following upon the ...

    Article : 362 words
  21. SUPPOSED STRYCHNINE POISONING.

    Mr. Carl von Bertouch, who resides at Tanunda, was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital on Friday Buffering fom what appeared to be the effects of strychnine ...

    Article : 52 words
  22. FIFTY YEARS AGO.

    Jammaking is one of our recognised branches of trade. Mr. A. H. Davis, of Moore Farm, was probably the first to attend to this matter. It is however, to ...

    Article : 154 words
  23. A SUDDEN DEATH.

    The City Coroner has decided that an inquest is unnecessary in connection with the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Boyse, who became ill while travelling in a tramcar from ...

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  24. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SYNOD.

    The Ven. Archdeacon Samwell, at the special meeting of the Anglican Synod on Friday, moved:—That the Synod respectfully expresses its profound sympathy with ...

    Article : 120 words
  25. THROWN OUT.

    ORROROO, February 13.—Mrs. Northcott was driving home yesterday, when the horse stumbled and fell. She was thrown out of the that, and her shoulder ...

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  26. A SPOKESMAN.

    Fmney, on [?] yesterday [?] the committee of the Championship Swimming Carnival that he could not accept that first prize in the Breast Stroke Handicap. ...

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  27. SPIRITS EXPLODED.

    REDHILL, February 12.—On Tuesday A. Toetevin was bottling and sealing methylated spirits when an explosion occurred. He was immediately enveloped in ...

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  28. ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.

    Members able to attend the memorial service, at St. Peter's Cathedral on Sunday are requested to assemble at west side of the King William road, near to the ...

    Article : 39 words
  29. MARTIN & CO.'S WORKS.

    GAWLER, February 13.—Presidents were further disturbed to-day by a rumour that Messrs. Martin & Co.'s works may be closed immediately and the men dispersed. ...

    Article : 190 words
  30. WHARF ACCIDENT.

    PORT AUGUSTA, February 12.—Thomas Rosser a lumper, engaged unloading sleepers at the wharf, was caught by a sling of them, and pushed against a ...

    Article : 91 words
  31. "COMMERCIAL" ROBBED.

    Mr. Alexander Weif, a traveller for Messrs. B. Robertson. & Co., wholesale jewellers, of Little Collins street, Melbourne, has reported to the Ballarat police ...

    Article : 249 words
  32. A.N.A. SYMPATHY.

    The following motion was carried at the quarterly meeting of the board of the A.N.A. on Thursday night:—"That this association expresses its great sorrow at ...

    Article : 52 words
  33. TOWN CLERK'S REPORT.

    Interviewed on Friday afternoon concerning the damage done to corporation property, the Town Clerk of Adelaide (Mr. T. G. Ellery) stated:—Relatively to the ...

    Article : 304 words
  34. SKELETON IN A LAGOON.

    SYDNEY, February 14.—On Thursday afternoon two boys found the skeleton of a human arm, with the fingers attached, lying on the sand near the water's edge of ...

    Article : 91 words
  35. AN APT QUOTATION.

    Sir—May I, in connection, with the tragic story of Capt. Scott and his comrades, draw the attention of your readers to the following lines from Tennyson's "Ulysses" ...

    Article : 172 words
  36. ENQUIRY ADJOURNED.

    SYDNEY, February 14.—In view of the Government reward contemplated in regard to the alleged murder of Alexander David Fulton, the City Coroner (Mr. H. ...

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  37. BODY FOUND IN-A-TREE.

    The body of William Critchdey was found about three-quarters of a mile above Linwood this morning by Mr. J. Mitchell, a farmer. Mr. Mitchell went down from ...

    Article : 166 words
  38. MORE BODIES FROM NORTH

    QUEENSTOWN, February 14.—Five more bodies were recovered to-day from the North Mount Lyell Aline at the 700 level. They are believed to be those of J. Boden ...

    Article : 50 words
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