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  2. ENGLISH CRICKETERS.

    The English cricketers, under the capainey of Mr. P. F. Warner, arc passengers by the Orvieto, which arrived this morning. The members of the team all ...

    Article : 832 words
  3. OODNADATTA LINE.

    In the Assembly on Tuesday, the Hon. R. Butler asked what arrangements had been made with the Federal Government with reference to paying South Australia ...

    Article : 516 words
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    Advertising : 48 words
  5. ABORIGINES' RATIONS.

    In the Legislative Council on Tuesday afternoon, a return, to the order of the Council on the motion of the Hon. E. L. W. Klaner, was laid on the table ...

    Article : 212 words
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  7. CONCERNING PEOPLE.

    His Excellency the Governor and Lady Bosanquet gave a reception on Tuesday evening at Government House. There were about 150 guests, chiefly drawn from official ...

    Article : 1,605 words
  8. "COLOSSAL IMPUDENCE."

    "Not my audacity, but Mr. Vaughan's capitalistic instincts, are at fault," said Mr. A. K. Wallace (the acting secretary of the U.L.U.). on Tuesday in reply to the ...

    Article : 444 words
  9. WEATHER FORECAST.

    South Australia (issued 9 p.m. Tuesday).—Unsettled, showery weather, contracting to the south and south-east, and becoming fine ...

    Article : 27 words
  10. The Register. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1911.

    History is repeating itself with remarkable rapidity. In Turkey three years ago, owing to the prevailing discontent, especially in the army, caused ...

    Article : 1,137 words
  11. SHIPPING.

    Cape Borda.—October 21. 4 p.m.—Blue Anchor fine steamer Nartung passing inwards. Semaphore.—Wednesday, November 1—Times of high and low water doubtful. ...

    Article : 1,715 words
  12. PRIVILEGES TO RAILWAY SERVANTS.

    On Tuesday in the House of Assembly Mr. Homburg asked what privileges are granted to railway servants which are not pointed to civil servants generally? The ...

    Article : 151 words
  13. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    The Premiers of Victoria and New Sooth Wales will sign the Murray waters agreement in Melbourne this week, and Rp. Glynn, who is the legal adviser of South ...

    Article : 51 words
  14. A WOMAN'S WORK.

    Mrs. A. H. Young, a fellow-worker with the late Miss C. H. Spence in the effective voting reform campaign, was one of the speakers at the unveiling of the ...

    Article : 350 words
  15. PREMIER AND EFFECTIVE VOTING.

    The Premier (Hon. J. Verran), in an address in connection with the presentation to the Public Library, on behalf of Mr. W. F. Sowden, of the manuscript of Miss C. ...

    Article : 134 words
  16. CASUALTIES.

    A fatal accident occurred to Wilber Lawrie Chapman, the two-year-old son of Mr. William Solomon Chapman, grazier, of North Arm road, Woodville, on ...

    Article : 112 words
  17. MORE SLEEP AND LEISURE.

    Mr. Justice Higgins beard further evidence in the Commonwealth Arbitration Court to-day regarding the claims of the Federated Seamen's Union of Australia ...

    Article : 390 words
  18. THE HOSPITAL TROUBLE.

    In the Assembly on Tuesday afternoon Mr. Ponder asked the Premier if he had any further information to give the House regarding the Hospital trouble. The ...

    Article : 130 words
  19. STRUCK BY A TRAM.

    Mr. Ernest Patrick Pollard, wheat merchant, of Eudunda, was knocked down by a tram in King William street, on Tuesday evening, and sustained an injury to ...

    Article : 77 words
  20. MAIL NOTICES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 342 words
  21. BOAT ADRIFT.

    The master of the tug Eagle discovered a 16-ft. boat adrift to the west of the North Bank, close to the entrance to the Port Adelaide River, on Monday. It was ...

    Article : 61 words
  22. EDUCATING THE ARMY.

    On Monday next the Military Commandant (Col. Le Mesurier), accompanied by Lt.-Col. Luscombe, Chief Staff Officer, and Mjr. Smeaton, Staff Officer for Engineers ...

    Article : 111 words
  23. PROSPEROUS WESTERN CANADA.

    A Smith Australian, who has resided for several years at Vancouver City, in a letter to a friend in Adelaide, by the latest American mail, observes:—"Things on this ...

    Article : 101 words
  24. STABLES BURNT DOWN.

    SUMMERTOWN, October 31.—A fire broke out on Mr. Fisher's property on Friday, and the whole of the stable and sheds were burnt, to the ground. The contents ...

    Article : 82 words
  25. TOTALIZATOR BILL.

    In the legislative Assembly to-day the debate on the second reading of the Totaliator Bill was resumed by Mr. Peters, who aid that he favoured the measure on broad ...

    Article : 320 words
  26. GLENELG TRAIN SERVICE.

    The train service on the Victoria square and Glenelg line is being further improved by the Railways Commissioner. On week lays (Saturdays excepted) from November ...

    Article : 43 words
  27. MANUSCRIPTS WANTED.

    A large gathering assembled at the National Art Gallery on Tuesday afternoon to witness the unveiling of the portrait of the late Miss Catherine Helen Spence ...

    Article : 227 words
  28. BROKEN ARM.

    BOOLEROO CENTRE, October 30.—On Saturday Harrold Michael, son of Mr. W. Michael, was thrown from his pony, and sustained a broken arm above the elbow ...

    Article : 38 words
  29. BIBLE SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY.

    Preparations are being made for the Bible Society demonstration in the Victoria Hall on Thursday evening. A special feature will be the presence of the Rev. ...

    Article : 85 words
  30. A NARROW ESCAPE.

    SANDILAND, October 29.—An old man who was bush-cutting for Mr. S. Kelly had a narrow escape from being burned on Sunday morning. He was camped in some ...

    Article : 130 words
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  32. A TRAMWAY CONFERENCE.

    As becomes keen business men, several of the leading tramway engineers of Australasia have found their way to Adelaide without flourish of trumpets to attend the ...

    Article : 182 words
  33. MILE-END TRAIN SERVICE.

    A letter was received, at a meeting of the Thebarton Council on Tuesday, from the Railways Commissioner, stating that he had considered the requests with reference to ...

    Article : 138 words
  34. WASHED OFF THE ROCKS.

    SYDNEY, October 31.—Two tramway employes—Charles Jefford and John Mackinnon—were fishing off the rocks at Bondi this morning. A wave lifted them clear of ...

    Article : 58 words
  35. RED TAPE NOT WASTED.

    Some time ago a public servant stated that the Civil Service stood for "redapeism." The Attorney-General evidently is determined that this shall not apply to ...

    Article : 150 words
  36. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 543 words
  37. EARLY HOTEL CLOSING.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day a number of petitions from all parts of the State ware presented asking for hotels to be brought under the Early Closing Act. ...

    Article : 520 words
  38. R.M.S. MOLDAVIA.

    The Moldavia is expected to arrive at Fremantle on Tuesday, November 7, and at the Outer Harbour on Saturday, November 11. ...

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  39. A SHORT SESSION.

    The new Parliament will be opened by His Excellency Sir Gerald Strickland at noon to-morrow. The session is expected to terminate before Christmas, as the new ...

    Article : 179 words
  40. A MILE-END ROAD.

    At a meeting of the Thebarton Council on Tuesday evening the Mayor (Hon. A. W. Styles, M.L.C.) reported that, in company with. Cr. Thompson Green, he had ...

    Article : 83 words
  41. PROSPECT EXPENDITURE.

    At a meeting of the District Council of Prospect on Monday evening there was another warm discussion on the question if the percentage of expenditure of the ...

    Article : 87 words
  42. HINT TO TRAMCAR PASSENGERS.

    Since the inauguration of the electric tramways system it has been patent that the manner in which intending passengers congregate in the middle of the streets ...

    Article : 341 words
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  44. TRAMWAYS' BAND.

    At a meeting of the Thebarton Council on Tuesday evening Cr. Leaves moved—"That the representative on the Trust be communicated with and asked to obtain ...

    Article : 53 words
  45. OVERCROWDED THEBARTON TRAMS.

    The inadequate service provided by the Tramways Trust on the lines to Thebarton was referred to at the meeting of the local council on Tuesday evening. In ...

    Article : 268 words
  46. PICTURES RUINED.

    Vandalism of a malicious nature has occurred at the exhibition of the Women Painters' Society at the rooms of the Royal Art Society last week. Some scratches ...

    Article : 130 words
  47. ENQUIRY CONCERNING WHISKY.

    In the Legislative Council to-day the Hon. A. W. Styles will ask the Chief Secretary—"1. Was any whisky stared in the docket room at the Adelaide Railway ...

    Article : 69 words
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