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  2. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 634 words
  3. RETURNED WARRIORS.

    Members of the South Australian branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League of Australia, to the number of between 400 and 500, met at Victoria ...

    Article : 1,200 words
  4. DRINK BEFORE SIX!

    A reply which exhibited no wavering of determination to enforce strictly the liquor laws, was made by the Attorney-General (Hon. H. N. Barwell) on Tuesday to ...

    Article : 832 words
  5. FEDERAL POLITICS.

    That inveterate humorist, Adela Constantia Pankhirst, who has come all the way from England to demand freedom for the women of Australia and bread for their ...

    Article : 1,669 words
  6. CHILDREN'S WAR AID.

    Our Melbourne correspondent telegraphed on Tuesdauy:—A return issued to day by Mr. J.R. Collins (Secretary of the Commonwealth Treasury) shows that up ...

    Article : 164 words
  7. CONCERNING PEOPLE.

    The Minister for Repatriation (Hon. D. J. Gordon) will go to Scott's Creek on Friday to take part in the arbor day celebrations in connection, with the sohool. ...

    Article : 1,226 words
  8. FALLS OF SNOW.

    "cold, isn't it," philosophically remarked the meteorological officer (Mr. Bromley) on Tuesday morning to a reporter, in a way which suggested that he was ...

    Article : 2,012 words
  9. MILITARY BUSINESS METHODS.

    Following the example of the Imperial Government selecting business men to advise on the purely business side of the war the Commonwealth Government have ...

    Article : 541 words
  10. WEATHER FORECAST.

    South Australia (issued at 9 p.m. Tuesday).—More passing showers, but contracting to the central and (southern districts. Cold southerly winds ...

    Article : 27 words
  11. TO-DAY'S DIARY.

    Sun rises 6.50 a.m.; sets 5.47 p.m. Moon rises 3.5.a.m.; sets 9.5 p.m. Semaphore Tides.—Low water, 11.10 a.m.; high water 5.10. p.m. ...

    Article : 118 words
  12. MAIL NOTICES.

    EASTERN STATES.—This day—3.3. p.m. (late for, G.P.O., 4 p.m.; adelaide Railway Station up to 4.20 p.m.), overland to Melbourne. TASMANIA.—Monday. Tuesday, Thursday ...

    Article : 97 words
  13. The Register. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1917.

    The latest transformation scene in our little local political world may be briefly and significantly indicated. The aspirations and pretences of the ...

    Article : 1,333 words
  14. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 995 words
  15. EFFECT OF LANGUAGE.

    Navvies bathe transcontinental railway have struck, or threatened to strike, because a ganger used bad language to them. The ganger may have, a complete answer ...

    Article : 194 words
  16. DEMOCRACY—TRUE AND FALSE.

    Timely notes of warning were sounded in the address delivered by Mr. Jethro Brawn at a meeting of the A.N.A. in Adelaide on Monday night. ...

    Article : 358 words
  17. PRINTER AND SOLDIER FINED.

    Charged at the City Court today with having Sprinted matter likely, to prejudice recruiting, Messrs. Fraser and Jenkinson, printers, were fined £20, with costs. The ...

    Article : 70 words
  18. DARING THIEVES.

    Meesre. Jones Brothers, drapers, of St. Vincent-street, Port Adelaide, had their premises broken into some time between the closing hour on Saturday and 8 o'clock ...

    Article : 153 words
  19. NO CENSUS OF ELIGIBLES.

    It was announced to-day by the, Minister for Defence (Mr. Pearce) that the Government had decided not to adopt the recommendation of the Interstate Conference of ...

    Article : 53 words
  20. FELL INTO FOOTLIGHTS.

    Even a dancer gets tired. At Her Majesty Theatre, Sydney, on Saturday night, when Miss Dorothy Brunton continued her farewell season with "So long, Letty." ...

    Article : 127 words
  21. FIFTY YEARS AGO.

    We were shown on Tuesday a fine block of Macclesfield marble in Mrs. Kdlett's yard. It weighed two tons, and will be used in the corner stone of the Victoria ...

    Article : 204 words
  22. CANADA A MYSTERY.

    Canada is the proudest of our daughters to-day (says a writer in The London Daily Chronicle). She has made the Motherland understand that there is a Greater Canada. ...

    Article : 206 words
  23. A GENEROUS MANAGEMENT.

    A cordia invitation is issued to the clergy in general to visit the Wondergraph during the forthcoming season of "The Libertine," whick commences this ...

    Article : 185 words
  24. EVE IN RHUBARB-LEAVES.

    At a "hand times" ball held at Maryborough, Victoria, under the auspices of the Women's Patriotic League, the lady who won the first prize represented "Eve," and ...

    Article : 38 words
  25. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    A batch of invalid soldiers from the front will reach Adelaide by transport at 3 p.m. on Thursday. They will be met by the Mayor (Mr. I Issacs) member of the City ...

    Article : 112 words
  26. WHEAT CONTRACTS.

    A new regulation under the War Precautions Act, which was issued to-day, sets but that no person, without the consent of the Attorney-General, shall institute any action ...

    Article : 111 words
  27. HOTEL KEEPERS AND RETURNING SOLDIERS.

    An announcement appears an our public notice column warning hotel keepers against supplying liquor in excess to soldiers in uniform during the stay of the ...

    Article : 57 words
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