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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 306 words
  3. DEFENCE OF AUSTRALIA AND THE EMPIRE.

    Dear Sir—The present state of war Imperatively demands that the exercise of the full strength of the Empire and its Allies should ...

    Article : 382 words
  4. A MOB OF "HOODLUMS."

    Rumours were freely circulated early in the week that soldiers, when on leave from the Enoggera camp, intended to wreck a certain establishment. A large number ...

    Article : 328 words
  5. NO CHANGE.

    The State Meteorological Officer reported on Sunday night:—From the few reports received it appears that fine weather has been experienced throughout this State ...

    Article : 121 words
  6. CONCERNING PEOPLE.

    Our London correspondent cabled on Friday that Madame Melba, who is touring Canada, will be a guest at Government House at Ottawa after Christmas. She ...

    Article : 758 words
  7. RECRUITING SCHEME.

    The following circular was issued on Friday by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) to the various recruiting organizations in Australia:—"It has been brought under ...

    Article : 513 words
  8. ALLIES' WHEAT DEAL.

    Our Melbourne correspondent telegraphed last night:—The deal between the Commonwealth and the Governments of Great Britain and France for the sale of ...

    Article : 198 words
  9. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 387 words
  10. WEATHER FORECAST.

    South Australia (issued 9 p.m. Sunday).—Continued fine and warm to hot weather, with winds chiefly east to north. ...

    Article : 22 words
  11. MAIL NOTICES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 641 words
  12. FRANCE'S LEADER.

    France, the land of kaleidoscopic political changes, recently had another Cabinet shuffle, which gave her as Premier an able statesman and ...

    Article : 742 words
  13. COMMEMORATION DAY LUNCHEON.

    All arrangements have been concluded for the holding of the Commemoration Day luncheon in the Glenelg Town Hal] tomorrow. From noon to 12.30 His ...

    Article : 334 words
  14. GERMANS' WANTON DESTRUCTION.

    Some idea of the wanton destruction wrought by the Germane in France is given by the agricultural correspondent of The Times. It has, he says, been ruthless. ...

    Article : 274 words
  15. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    The unclouded summer weather which has so far prevailed for the holidays has contributed largely to the enjoyment of pleasure seekers. Trains, steamers, and ...

    Article : 269 words
  16. The Register ADELAIDE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1915.

    "The hotter the weather, the more coolly you should take it" This advice may sound paradoxical, but it is sensible and practical. It could not, of ...

    Article : 824 words
  17. BUTTER EXPORT EMBARGO.

    Further reference was made on Friday by the Minister of Customs (Mr. Tudor) to the claims of butter exporters, that the embargo on their export of butter should ...

    Article : 159 words
  18. MILITARY CANTEENS.

    There ia wisdom in the proposal of the Minister for Defence to refer the "wet" canteen question to the War Council (says The Melbourne Argus). Sr. Pearce, being ...

    Article : 192 words
  19. ABSENTEE WANTED.

    A case savouring somewhat of the confidence trick has been reported in Adelaide. It is alleged that a man approached a number of people and after having ...

    Article : 104 words
  20. WOMEN WORKERS.

    Glasgow is proud of her women war workers (states an English exchange). One sees them everywhere, on trams, motors, vans, and ambulance cars; delivering ...

    Article : 184 words
  21. DARWIN HOTELS.

    At the first sitting of the Hotel Reference Board, comprising Judge Bevan, Mr. Munro (for the union), and Mr. Waters (for the Government), to-day, the Government ...

    Article : 314 words
  22. PRINCESS MARY'S GIFT.

    Officers who have been connected with the Commonwealth military administration since the beginning of the war have received a Christmas present from Princess ...

    Article : 94 words
  23. UMBRELLAS IN ACTION.

    Umbrellas and khaki seem a most unlikely combination; yet one instance is recorded of British soldiers taking their umbiellas into action. On December 10,1813, ...

    Article : 126 words
  24. CASUALTIES.

    At about half-past 6 o'clock on Christmas Eve a sensational bolt occurred at Glenelg. It ocasioned a good deal of excitement, but was fortunately unattended ...

    Article : 363 words
  25. RAILWAYS STAGING COMMITTEE BUSY.

    The Secretary of the Railways Standing Committee has advised the Mount Gambier press that the committee will arrive at that town on Sunday, January 16, in ...

    Article : 191 words
  26. Advertising

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    Advertising : 297 words
  27. CHRISTMAS DEVOTION.

    The Yuletide season can never lose its religious significance, notwithstanding the development of the Christmas holiday spirit. In Adelaide, in common with ...

    Article : 81 words
  28. A TURKISH HOPE.

    A recent statement of a Turkish Pasha that all aliens are to be cleared out of his country, and that after the war Turkey will be for Turks only, prompts tie question, ...

    Article : 153 words
  29. CAPITAL OF LITHUANIA.

    When Vilna fell into the hands of the Germans recently the invaders were not able to boast of the capture of much booty in the way of kultur. At one time ...

    Article : 147 words
  30. WAR AND CRIME.

    Figures revealing the extent to which crime fell off last year in England in consequence of the war are given in the annual report of the Prison Commissioners. In ...

    Article : 216 words
  31. THE CLUB WAITRESS.

    The club waitress has come to stay in London. All the West-End clubs now employ women waiters. The first club to introduce women was one of the most ...

    Article : 356 words
  32. BELGIANS AND ENGLISH.

    Many of the Belgians who sought refuse here last year now show remarkable proficiency in English (observes a contributor to a London newspaper), but one of these ...

    Article : 256 words
  33. PARIS IN WARTIME.

    A recent visitor to Paris writes in The Economist:—"With the exception of manifold passport formalities, and the fact that it takes 11 hours instead of seven, the ...

    Article : 175 words
  34. SOLDIERS AND "ANARCHY."

    An enormous crowd, numbering between 5,000 and 7,000, gathered at Yarra Bank this afternoon. The usual orators were there, but it was the expectation of seeing ...

    Article : 246 words
  35. A SOBER COMMUNITY.

    Notwithstanding all the joviality and boisterousness which prevailed on Christmas Eve, only three men who had gazed on the Trine while it was red made the ...

    Article : 110 words
  36. FELL INTO MOTOR GARAGE PIT.

    MILLICENT, December 24.—Mr. T. Thompson, head mechanic at Mr. W. Redford's motor garage, was injured on Wednesday morning, when he accidentally tell ...

    Article : 84 words
  37. STUDGROOM'S SENSATIONAL SUICIDE.

    SYDNEY, December 26.—Wilfred Abbey, aged 35, a studgroom, this morning terrified his father ami mother, who reside at Catley. by appearing in the house ...

    Article : 75 words
  38. ILLITERATE GENIUS.

    George Tinworth, the famous sculptor, whose work adorns the great minster at York, the Guards' Chapel, in London, and the Cathedral of Truro, was an illiterate ...

    Article : 279 words
  39. SYDNEY'S MORALS CONDEMNED.

    In the course of a sermon, at St. Barnabas Anglican Church, George street west, on Christmas morning (telegraphed our Sydney correspondent on Sunday) the ...

    Article : 173 words
  40. THE HOLIDAY AT GLENELG.

    The weather on Christmas Day was ideal for the seaside, and in consequence a large number of people visited Glenelg, especially in the evening. In preparation ...

    Article : 193 words
  41. DROWNED IN A DAM.

    BROKEN HILL, December 26.—Edward Emmanuel Gram (17), living at Railwaytown, was drowned in White-head's darn yesterday afternoon. He and ...

    Article : 89 words
  42. PAINTING EAST AFRICA RED.

    Fresh evidence of the fervent loyalty of South Africans is supplied by the rapidity with which an army of 24,000 men has been raised In the Union for ...

    Article : 420 words
  43. SYDNEY CHEERFUL.

    Christmas at Sydney hoe proved much the Game as the Christmas of recent years of peace. The frequency with which soldiers in uniform have been in evidence ...

    Article : 116 words
  44. NEW SEASON'S GRASS FIRE.

    The first suburban grass fire of the season is reported from Mile-End. At noon on Sunday the Adelaide Fire Brigade received a call from that district, and on ...

    Article : 69 words
  45. BROKEN HILL PIONEER'S DEATH.

    BROKEN HILL. December 26.—Mr. John Foncainblear (69) was found dead in bed at his residence, in Crystal street, on Saturday night. He died from heart ...

    Article : 46 words
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