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  2. SHIPPING.

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  3. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  4. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    [Space cannot be found in this column for letters which exceed 500 words, and (excepting in special circumstances) any beyond that maximum ...

    Article : 2,434 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    A particularly bright programme is now being presented at the Majestic Theatre. All the new performers are given a cordial reception, and are rapidly becoming ...

    Article : 190 words
  6. A THEATRE ROYAL TREAT.

    A theatrical event of great importance will occur at the Theatre Royal on Saturday week, July 28, when the firm of J. C. Williamson will present Mr. Cyril ...

    Article : 335 words
  7. THE MAN ON THE LAND.

    A fine example to the farmers of South Australia has been set by Mr. Clement Giles, who, in a letter to the Editor of The Register has written inspiringly as ...

    Article : 256 words
  8. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    According, to the Postmaster-General (Mr. Webster), owing to the submarine menace and the consequent dislocation of oversea mail service, the additional ...

    Article : 196 words
  9. THE AUSTRALIAN.

    Cpl. L. V. Brown, who has been killed in action, was born at Jamestown and was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Brown. He was 28 years of age. He enlisted in July, 1915. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 116 words
  10. PAVILION PICTURES.

    The present strong programme at the popular Pavilion Theatre includes a powerful Vitagraph drama entitled "Playing the Game," featuring that beautiful screen ...

    Article : 98 words
  11. LATE LCE-CPL.J.W.TURNER.

    Mr. and Mrs. J. Turner, of Military road, Largs Say (late of Teatree Gully), have been officially notified that their only son, Lce.Cpl. J. W. Turler (Jack), died of wounds in France. June 11. ...

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  12. LATE SPORTING.

    Scratchings:—Moonee Valley Meeting.—Belmont Hurdle Race—Andy Donald, Gold Wave, and Goorapan. Barwon Steeplechase—Portee, Bidgeebee, and Thergoon. Geelong Handicap— ...

    Article : 127 words
  13. FRUITGROWING AND JAMMAKING.

    The coming interstate conference to deal with the proposed Federal Government control of the jam making industry and the payment of fixed prices for all fruit delivered for such purposes ...

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  14. "DR. MANNIX IN REPROOF."

    From the Rev. A. H. REYNOLDS, Balaklava.—The paragraph styled "Dr. Manna in Reproof" is a stirring one, like all the reported utterances of that dignity. Many will admit and ...

    Article : 474 words
  15. THEATRE ROYAL PHOTO-PLAYS.

    This week's programme at the Theatre Royal is meeting with marked approval by all who witness it. The applause following the beautiful passages of the fine drama of ...

    Article : 155 words
  16. LATE LCE.-CPL. WATHERSTON.

    Kews has been received that Lce.-Cpl. E. A. ([?] watherston was Killed in action on July 23, 1916, and his brother, Pte. James Watherston, 12th Battation, Western Australia, on August ...

    Article : 156 words
  17. CHINESE FIGHTING.

    The To[?]o representative of the United States Press Agency, describing the suppression of the Royalist faction at Pekin, says that 3,000 Royalist troops in the ...

    Article : 49 words
  18. TRADE AND LABOUR.

    A telegram from Ballarat in The Argus states that at the annual meeting of the Ballarat branch of the Federated Mining Employes' Association on Saturday, the Stated Secretary (Mr. T. M. ...

    Article : 136 words
  19. CASUALTIES.

    HOUGHTON, July 16.—On Wednesday evening last Mr. E. Wakefield, of Houghton, was driving a pony attached to a sulky down Teatree Gully Hill. When ...

    Article : 73 words
  20. RIFLE SHOOTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 79 words
  21. HIGH-PRICED WETHERS.

    At Wilmington recently a fine lot of merino wethers were offered. On account of Mr. J. G. Fraser, of Munadogie, a line of 150 brought £2 2/3. Those wethers were prime and weighty, and it was ...

    Article : 68 words
  22. ALLEGED ANTI-RECRUITING STATEMENT.

    Albert Chenery (33), an engineer, was arrested the afternoon, and will be charged at the City Court to-morrow with haying made a statement prejudicial to recruiting. ...

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  23. LATE PTE. A. J. GRAHAM.

    News has been received at Goolwa that Pte. A. J. (Bert) Graham, who was reported missing on August 18, 1916, was killed in action on that date. The deceased soldier was barn in Goolwa ...

    Article : 124 words
  24. PRICE OF RABBITS.

    Representatives of the rabbit trappers of Smith Australia and elsewhere conferred with the Commonwealth Prices Commissioner (Mr.-W.(H. Clarke) to-day in regard to the price of ...

    Article : 71 words
  25. LATE SHARES.

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  26. "A SOLDIER AND A MAN."

    The great war play, "A Soldier and a Man," which has filled the Tivoli Theatre every evening since its initial production, bears testimony to the fact that Adelaide ...

    Article : 163 words
  27. PEARIFLE ACCIDENT.

    POMPOOTA, July 17.—On Sunday morning Hugh McCallum, the ll-year-old son of Mr. H. McGallum, one of the trainees on the farm hare, was ...

    Article : 47 words
  28. BROKEN HILL CLUB.

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  29. LATE PTE. A. WALKER.

    The death in action in France of Pte Arthur Walker has been notified. The deceased soldier was a Goolwa man. He was reported missing co August 16. ...

    Article : 30 words
  30. QUEENSLAND FLORA.

    The principal feature of a meeting of the Field Naturalists section of the Royal Society at the Institute Building, North terrace, on Tuesday evening was an illustrated address by the Director ...

    Article : 201 words
  31. FROM THE WORLD'S PRESS.

    Quaint and curious are the circular boats used on the Tigris at Bagdad. They are made of pomegranate branches interwoven with ropes, and coated inside and outside ...

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  32. WOMAN'S ALLEGED SUICIDE.

    BROKEN HILL, July 17.—Mrs. Isa Sharp (29) is believed to have committed suicide last night. At the inquest this afternoon a witness deposed that deceased ...

    Article : 55 words
  33. LATE PTE. T. HAVEY.

    Mr. and Mrs. Havey, of William street, Kilkenny, have received information that their fourth son, Pte. Vincent Havey, who had been reported missing since July 19, 1916, was killed in action ...

    Article : 120 words
  34. CORNISH WIT AND HUMOUR.

    The Rew Dr. J. Hosking, M.A., who is on a visit to Australia from America, gave an interesting discourse on "Cornish wit and huinour" at the [?] Mission Hall Franklin street, on ...

    Article : 209 words
  35. MAN'S DEATH FROM ANTHRAX.

    PERTH, July 17.—A fatal case of anthrax, in which the victim was a man, occurred at Perth on Saturday. The disase developed from a cut in the face, and ...

    Article : 118 words
  36. CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUNDS.

    From FLORENCE. PRITCHARD:—The young [?]hild has within him latent forces for good and evil, and it needs careful handling and environment to develop the former and neutralize the ...

    Article : 186 words
  37. LATE PTE. S. K. MOORE.

    The late Pte. Stanley Roy Moore, whose death in action in France has been reported, was the third son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore, of Jamestown. He was 24 years of age, and was ...

    Article : 145 words
  38. "WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES?"

    The laughing season at the King's Theatre, which is presided over by George Willoughby and his Merry Musical Farce Company is in full swing, and the ...

    Article : 212 words
  39. RAIN AT BROKEN HILL.

    BROKEN HILL, July 17.—Rain has again fallen nearly all day at Broken Hill, and there has been a bitterly cold wind. Every indication points to the continuance of these conditions. ...

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  40. A JOCKEY KILLED.

    MELBOURNE, July 17.—While schooling a horse over hurdles at the Flemington Racecourse to-day a jockey named Charles Davis, 23 years of age, was thrown on to ...

    Article : 52 words
  41. THE RURAL VOICE.

    MELBOURNE, July 14.—On Friday afternoon, Mr. W. J. Jacka enclosed some timber and iron at te wheat stacks with galvanized iron, and captured one rat and 11,150 mice. This was the ...

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  42. LATE PTE. GILLESPIE.

    Mrs. Gillespie, of Payneham, has been notified that her eldest son Pte. Thomas H. Gilespie, of the 14th of 10th Battalicn, reported missing on August 21, 1916, was killed on that date. ...

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  43. SOLDIERS AND LAND.

    From "PURCHASE" :—The old homestead of the late Sir George Kingston and later Mr. C. C. Kingston affords a splendid opportunity for the Government to perpetuate the two worthy gentlemen. ...

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  44. A HOTBED FOR CRIMINALS.

    At the Fitzroy Court today, Robert Aspinall and James Dunlop were each sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment on charges of having insufficient means of ...

    Article : 116 words
  45. PERSONAL NOTES.

    Our Mount Gambier correspondent reports that information has been received that Pte. J. L. Smith, son of Mrs. D. Smith, of Williamstown, has been killed in action in ...

    Article : 266 words
  46. WONDERGRAPH PICTURES.

    Another of the fine programmes for which Wondergraph Theatre has become known will be screened to-day at this house of entertainment. Two popular novels ...

    Article : 133 words
  47. DRUNKEN WOMEN.

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  48. COSTLY MEAT AT THE BARRIER.

    The local public are protesting against the price of meat hare, and are compapass ...

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  49. BALLOT FOR RAILWAY STRIKE.

    At a meeting of the northern district committee of the Queensland Railways Union to-day it was decided to take a ballet of members of the northern district on ...

    Article : 81 words
  50. Naval Bridging Officer's Return.

    Lieut. Cameron, late of the Naval Bridg-ing Train, has returned to South Australia after more than two years' service abroad. Chatting to a reporter at his home at ...

    Article : 595 words
  51. "CONSCRIPT THE BANKS."

    From J.M. SCOTT:—The writer is the speaker on the above subject in the Botanic Park, and the agitation that resulted in our Commonwealth Bank was first ventfiated in the Sydney ...

    Article : 170 words
  52. LARGE FIRE IN FIJI.

    A disastrous fire at Levuka started at 9.30 this morning, Krafft & Smith's store and Morris & Hedstrom's copra shed at the south end of the town were razed to ...

    Article : 56 words
  53. "AUSTRALIA DAY."

    From "NO SKULKER-SHIRKER":—Would it not be a good idea to have on Australia Day a football match, a team of the single shirkers to play a team of the married skulkers? It ...

    Article : 120 words
  54. Advertising

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  55. MISCELLANEOUS.

    "J.H. K."—It would be necessary for the applicant to produce the birth certificates of himself and (2) his parents. Married men under 30 years of age are accepted in the foot branch ...

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  56. A HINDMARSH ROAD GRANT ALLOTMENT.

    At a meeting of the Hindmarsh Corporation on Monday evening consideration was given to the allotment of a special grant from the Government for the purpose of repairing dan[?] ...

    Article : 177 words
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