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  2. FEDERAL LAND TAX.

    The High Court delivered judgment to-day in the action which involved the question of the legality of the Commonwealth land tax. The plaintiffis were the ...

    Article : 1,647 words
  3. EXPORT OF MEAT.

    It was announced to-day by the Minister for Customs (Mr. Tudor) that it had been decided, under the powers conferred by the Commerce Act, to prohibit the export of ...

    Article : 472 words
  4. MUNITIONS.

    The Premier (six Alexander Peacock) end the Minister for Works (Mr. Hagelshorn) to-day had an interview with the Prime Minister (Mr. Fisher) and the ...

    Article : 343 words
  5. Western Australia.

    The sergeant-at-arms of the Legislative Assembly (Mr. Kidson) has been informed that his son. Sgt. Noel Doyle Kidson, of the 10th Light Horse, has been wounded ...

    Article : 51 words
  6. BIOGRAPHICAL.

    Capt. Edward Frederick Robert Bage, 3rd Field Company Engineers, whose death is reported from wounds, was the only son of the late Mr. Edward Bage, merchant, of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 542 words
  7. PRIZE VESSELS.

    Six German steamers, which had been seized in Australian waters, were the subject of an application made before Mr. Justice Hood, sitting as a Prize Court, in ...

    Article : 258 words
  8. LATE LIEUT BROCK.

    Among the South Australian officers who have fallen in the service of the Empire at the Dardanelles is Lieut. Halcombe Ferrier Brock, the fifth son of Mr. T. A. Brock, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 231 words
  9. General Items.

    "Necessity is the mother of invention," says an old proverb, and the truth of it is aptly illustrated by the construction of a device for the comfort of wounded soldiers shown to a representative ...

    Article : 256 words
  10. New Zealand.

    The Minister for Defence (Mr. Allen) has received a cablegram from the War Office announcing that his eon, Lieut. J. H. Allen, had been killed in action. ...

    Article : 32 words
  11. Soldiers' Casualties.

    The Censors' Office has intimated that-on receipt by relatives of telegrams or letters from abroad, or from the Defence Department, announcing casualties, press ...

    Article : 88 words
  12. CHEER-UP SOCIETY AT BUTE.

    A Bute correspondent writes:—A meeting of the above society was held in the Bute Hall on Saturday, when 30 new members joined. It is very gratifying to see the Cheer-Up ...

    Article : 176 words
  13. APPLICATIONS IN THE WEST.

    Mr. Justice Burnside, sitting in the Prize Court yesterday, granted an application by the Crown for the delivery of the captured German ship, Griefswald. A similar ...

    Article : 119 words
  14. SOLDIERS' MONEY.

    Capt. John Robert Henderson, who returned from England to answer a number of charges in connection with sums of money alleged to have been paid to him ...

    Article : 47 words
  15. THE FEDERAL COMMITTEE.

    The Minister for Defence (Mr. Pearce) this afternoon announced the personnel of the committee appointed to deal with the question of the manufacture of munitions in ...

    Article : 294 words
  16. H.M.S. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Government has been informed by the High Commissioner that Capt. John F. Green has been appointed Commander of H.M.S. New Zealand, in succession to ...

    Article : 41 words
  17. ACTION IN VICTORIA.

    In the State Parliament to-day the Minister for Agriculture, replaying to questions regarding the meat seizures in this State said that early in February the ...

    Article : 248 words
  18. Target for the Turks.

    Writing to his sister Mrs. A. Sigal, of Mile-End. Pte. E. Black (10th Battalion Reinforcements) has pencilled the following:— "Enos. Dardanelles, 1st Australian ...

    Article : 202 words
  19. WILLING TO ASSIST.

    Regarding the Commonwealth proposal to manufacture munitions. Messrs. R. J. Hooper & Co., of Broken Hill, ironfounders, have intimated that they have a ...

    Article : 116 words
  20. In the Country.

    PRICE (Y.P.), June 13.—A successful patriotic dance was held in the Price Hall on Friday. The room, which was crowded, was decorated with the national colours and the British, Belgian, French, ...

    Article : 454 words
  21. SHADOW OF THE GALLOWS.

    The Executive Council to-day considered the case of John Livingstone, who is under sentence of death for having murdered Mrs. Olive Richardson at Sandy Bay. The ...

    Article : 324 words
  22. VOLUNTEER BRIGADE.

    A petition was presented to-day to the Mayor. signed by a number of citizens, public meeting should be called to take steps to form a volunteer munitions ...

    Article : 53 words
  23. THE STEAM YACHT ADELE.

    The steam yacht Adele, illustrated above, which has been purchased by the Federal Government as a training ship for boys, in connection with the Geelong Naval College, was built to the order of the late Mr. Henry Dutton, of Anlaby, by Messrs. Hawthorn & Co., Limited, the well-known engineers and shipbuilders of Leitb. It is at present one of the finest examples of a pleasure craft in Australian waters. Owing to Mr. Dutton's cruises in Spencer's Gulf, the Adele is well known in many South Australian ports. She is built of first-quality steel from drawings supplied by Mr. Alfred H. Brown, naval architect, of London, and has Lloyd's highest ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 700 words
  24. STRIKE AT NAVAL BASE.

    The trouble which has been simmering for some time among the workmen at the Flinders Naval Base culminated to-day. About 1,400 members of the United ...

    Article : 148 words
  25. PRESENTATION TO DEPARTING YACHTSMEN.

    On Tuesday evening a number at members of the Glenelg Sailing Club assembled at Kenny's Family Hotel, Glenelg, to make presentations to Messrs.W. and J. Varley, two prominent members of the ...

    Article : 472 words
  26. GERMAN SPIES IN ITALY.

    Baron von Koller, of Berlin, the suspected spy for whose arrest a warrant was issued in November, was tracked to Milan, and, in the company of Baroness ...

    Article : 287 words
  27. Gallipoli.

    "Advance Australia!" That was the order, muffled and low "Prepare Australia To strike at the foe! ...

    Article : 404 words
  28. ENGLISH SPORTING.

    The betting for the Derby Race is as follows:—Pommern, 11 to 10; Danger Rock. 100 to 12; Let Fly, 100 to 8; Gadabout, 100 to 7; Sunfire, 100 to 7; Vizier, 100 to 6. ...

    Article : 457 words
  29. BRISK RECRUITING.

    In Melbourne to-day no fewer than 235 men presented themselves for medical examination, and 162 were passed as fit. ...

    Article : 24 words
  30. BRITISH JUSTICE.

    An acrimonious discussion took place [?] to-night's meeting of the Sydney City Council on a recommendation by the finance committee of the council that [?] ...

    Article : 101 words
  31. ITALIAN ENTHUSIASM.

    The Celebration of the Italian Constitution by a banquet at the Sydney Town Hall to-night, was largely attended by Italian residents. Among the guests were the ...

    Article : 64 words
  32. PTE. LYONS.

    Pte. Michael W. C. Lyons, reported as wounded at the Dardanelles, was born at Mount Gambier. He is the second voungest son of Mr. E. Lyons, late of Penela ...

    Article : 45 words
  33. FAREWELLS.

    GOOLWA, June 15.—Last evening in the Goolwa Institute Hall a large number of townspeople met to bid farewell to Pte. Arthur Walker, who is the twenty-seventh volunteer from Goolwa. ...

    Article : 157 words
  34. Patriotic Funds.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 41 words
  35. Advertising

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    Advertising : 247 words
  36. THE LATE PTE. D. M. ROBERTSON.

    MILLICENT, June 14.—One of the two South Australians reported as killed in the thirty-sixth Dardanelles casualty list is Pte. Duncan M. Robertson, who enlisted ...

    Article : 142 words
  37. LATE SGT. SPRITCH.

    Sgt. T. A. Spritch, who was killed at the Dardanelles on May 31, was the eldest, son of the late Mrs. T. A. Spritch, of Semaphore. He was born at that place in 1880. ...

    Article : 191 words
  38. REGISTER POLISH RELIEF FUND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 35 words
  39. OUR "BRAVE BOYS" (WOUNDED SOLDIERS) FUND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 34 words
  40. Red Cross Society.

    Owing to the great strain upon the hospitals in Egypt. Red Cross Circles are again reminded that there is need of the following articles:— Shirts, pyjama trousers, undershirts sheets, ...

    Article : 76 words
  41. PROGRESS REPORT.

    The relatives of Lieut. M. C. G. Prisk, of Park avenue, Hyde Park, who was wounded at the Dardanelles on April 26, received a cablegram from him on June 14 ...

    Article : 45 words
  42. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,458 words
  43. Advertising

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    Advertising : 9 words
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