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    In the House of Representatives to-day the debate was resumed on the proposal to extend the smallarms factory at Lithgow, and to treat the matter as urgent. ...

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    Correspondents in Rome state that the abandonment of the visit of the King of Italy tc Genoa in connection, with the great national demonstration and unveiling ...

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    In the House of Representatives to-day the Attorney-General (Mr. Hughes) continued his Speech in favour of the motion for the second reading of the Patents and ...

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  5. Lieut. Imlay.

    Lieut. Alexander P. Imlay, the character and seriousness of whose wounds ore not indicated in the official list, went to the front with the 2nd Contingent as a ...

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    The steamer Minterne, coal laden from London for the River Plate, has been torpedoed off the Scilly Islands. Two firemen were killed, and the remainder were ...

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  7. Capt. W. L. Strachan.

    Capt. W. L. Strachan is a native of South Australia, but enlisted with the Victorian division of the 1st Expeditionary Force. He is a son of Mr. Roland Strachan ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    A meeting, tinder the auspices of the Church Missionary Society, was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday, to hear an address by the Rev. A. F. Fraser ...

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    His Excellency the Governor (Sir Henry Galway), who presided at a missionary meeting at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening, alluded, in the course of his ...

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  10. A Hero's Death.

    The following cable message has been received regarding Captain Allan O'H Wright, of the Royal Irish Rifles, who was killed in action at the front in March last ...

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    On Wednesday evening the monthly genera] meeting of the members of the All-British League was held in the Foresters' Hall, Port Adelaide. ...

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  12. Native Troops Revolt.

    Col. Viani. with a force of 2,000 Italian troops and 4,000 natives, recently left Sidra, on the coast of Tripoli, in order to attack troublesome tribesmen. After ...

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    In the House of Commons to-day, the Foreign Secretary (Sir Edward Grey) stated in reply to questions that he could not make any announcement with respect ...

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  14. ON THE EAST.

    A telegram from Ungvar, in Hungary, dated May 3, states that the Russians en Sunday occupied—south of Wyskow Pass—several points of greatest strategical ...

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    Soldier, rest! thy warfare o'er. Sleep the sleep that knows not breaking! Dream of battlefields no more, Days of danger, nights of waking. ...

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    The Mayor of Thebarton, at the fortnightly meeting of the local council, on Wednesday evening, referred to the casualties among the Australian troops at the ...

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  17. Capt. Burns.

    Capt. Ronald Burns was 29 years of age, and was an exceedingly promising officer. In 1912 he was attached to the 41st (Blue Mountains) Infantry. He was raised to ...

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  18. A Modified Story.

    The latest German-Austrian advices from Galicia, while denying the Russian retreat declare that the Germans and Austrians broke the foremost lines of the Czar's ...

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  19. Is War Imminent?

    The Japanese Cabinet is considering whether an ultimatum shall be delivered to China in consequence of the rejection by the latter of Japan's terms for trading and ...

    Article : 59 words
  20. Capt. Concannon.

    Capt. George Lewis Blake Conoannnn was 34 years of age. At the outbreak of the war Capt. Concanuon Was attached to the 19th Infantry, with headquarters at ...

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    With music strong I come with ray coronets and my drums, I play not marches for successful victors only, I play marches for conquered and slain persons ...

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  22. Annulment of Contracts.

    A Bill was read a first time to-night in the House of Representatives for the annulment of contracts with or for the benefit or the enemy. The definition of an enemy ...

    Article : 249 words
  23. Lieut. Soiling.

    Lieut. Eric Martin Soiling was born in 1893. His relatives reside at West Maitland ...

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    Sir Josiah Symon continued his reply to the arguments of the prosecution in the Snow case at the Criminal Court, before Mr. Justice Gordon and a jury on ...

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    The Prime Minister stated last night, addressing the Wholesale and Retail Traders' Association, that 260,000 out of 470,000' shop assistants of a military age had enlisted ...

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  26. Lieut. Duchesne.

    Lieut. William Sydney Duchesne was only 21 years of age. He received his first appointment as second lieutenant in March of last year. He lived at Ashfield. ...

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  27. Reported Isolation.

    A Berlin communique reports that the Germans have destroyed the railway between Petrograd and the port of Libau, thus cutting off the latter. They expect ...

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    A cable message was received in Adelaide on Wednesday that Gnr. Tyrill Hawker, a son of the late Lieut. H. C. Hawker. R.N., and a grandson of the late ...

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  29. Lieut. Smith.

    Lieut. Muir Paul Smith was 25 years of age. He was connected with the Department of Anatomy at the Sydney University. ...

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    No more remarkable story is to be found in fiction than that unfolded at the inquest. last month at Bromley (Kent) on Mary Summers (59), who, with her mistress. ...

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  31. A Russian Loan.

    The Russian Government is issuing on the foreign markets a loan of 20 millions sterling, in five per cent, treasury, bonds. ...

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  32. Lieut. Mountain.

    The late Lieut. Arthur Henry Mountain was 22 years of age. He had been in the Citizen Forces and was attached to the 88th Infantry. He was appointed a second ...

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  33. Action in New Zealand.

    Two Germans interned at Somes Island, Wellington, escaped in a boat last night, but were recaptured this afternoon in the bush on the eastern shore of the harbour. ...

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    In the House of Commons to-day Mr. Will Thorne (Labour member for West Ham) drew attention to the poor condition or New South Wales sheep through the ...

    Article : 294 words
  35. General Items.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 251 words
  36. Lieut. Lane.

    Lieut. Clement Frederic Wills lane comes of fighting stock. He is a son of the Rev. H. W. Lane, of the Coburg Church of England, chaplain to the Melbourne ...

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    Between 12.30 and 2 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon the attention of the crowds in the principal streets of Adelaide was attracted by a fine motor ambulance ...

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    A statement from Petrograd states that the Russian troops in tHe Khoridalmon region of Asiatic Turkey, after three days' fighting, opened a determined offensive ...

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  39. Lieut. Hanby.

    Heat. John Gordon Theo Hanby is a son of Lieut.—Col. J. J. Hanby. He is 27 years of age. and received his first commission in 1906 in the Australian Garrison Artillery. ...

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  40. "All in Good Spirits."

    The Governor-General sent the following cable message to Mjr.—Gen. W. T. Bridges (commanding the Australian Division):—"Personal hearty congratulations. ...

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    The habit of knitting at all times and seasons, and in most places, is becoming more and more general. And, seeing that the demand for socks is practically unlimited, this is at it should be. ...

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  42. Brisker Recruiting.

    The participation of the Australian Expeditionary Forces in tie fighting at the Dardanelles has apparently led to a considerable increase in recruiting in all the ...

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  43. Various Officers.

    Mr. S. B. Robertson was a son of the Rev. Joseph Robertson, Congregational Minister at Ipswich. Lieut. F. C. Hayman was a son of ...

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  44. Light Horse Camp.

    GAWLER, May 5.—The 22nd Light Horse Regiment broke camp on Wednesday, after a fortnight's training in musketry, troop and squadron drill, and ...

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  45. Danes and Copper.

    Two brothers named Christensen, ship-masters, have been sentenced to imprisonment for three years for having conspired to export copper to Germany. ...

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    The employes of Messrs. H. L. Vosz, Limited, gave a social at the Bohemian Cafe on Friday evening last, to bid farewell to their accountant (Mr. L. G. Gibbins), who is attached to the 4th ...

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    His Excellency the Governor has received the following communication from the British War Office, in connection with the presentation of motor ambulances for the ...

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  48. Melbourne Money for Belgium.

    Sir George Reid (High Commissioner for Australia) has handed over to the Belgian Relief Commission £4,600, which was collected in Melbourne on King Albert's ...

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    The German Admiralty claim that one of their airships engaged several British submarines in the North Sea, and threw a bomb on one, which sank. The ...

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  50. Mjr. Connelly.

    Mir. C. E. Connelly was born at Bendigo in 1385. He is a solicitor. When he left Victoria with the 2nd Expeditionary Force he was captain of D company, 14th ...

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    There were naturally references to the but in an address delivered before the Presbyterian General Assembly last night by the new Moderator (the ...

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    A farewell was tendered to Cpl. E. A. Potts at his home, Annesley avenue, North Norwood, on Saturday About 30 friends and relatives were present. A programme was submitted, embracing ...

    Article : 306 words
  53. Amateur Athletic Association's Rifle Club.

    Another athletic body has responded to the call of the Empire. On Tuesday evening members of the South Australian Athletic Association met at Mr. J. A. Riley's ...

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  54. Zeppelins Near England.

    Trawlers Report having sighted Zeppelins near to Lowestoft, 10 miles south of Yarmouth. A strong breeze sprang up, however, and the Zeppelins returned eastward. ...

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  55. Capt. Sergeant.

    Capt. J. E. Sergeant was a member of the military forces for 29 years. He saw service in South Africa, and was awarded the Queen's Medal with clasps. He left ...

    Article : 78 words
  56. The Broken Hill Situation.

    The newspapers comment unfavourably an the refusal of the Imperial Treasury to allow the Broken Hill raining companies to issue capital for the. purpose of preventing ...

    Article : 42 words
  57. Lieut. McLeod.

    Lieut. M. L. McLeod was 21 yean of age. He was a cadet officer, and upon joining the Citizen Forces became lieutenant. ...

    Article : 24 words
  58. French Vignerons Alarmed.

    French vignerons at Humorous meeting have protested against the ruinous effect the suggested British wine duties will have upon their industry. They have urged ...

    Article : 41 words
  59. Advertising

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    Advertising : 63 words
  60. Lieut. Barrett.

    Lieut. B. S. Barrett was trained for the legal profession, but subsequently had station experience. He was 33 years of age. ...

    Article : 24 words
  61. Advertising

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    Advertising : 17 words



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