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  2. SUBMARINE SINKINGS.

    The Admiralty states that the shipping arrivals for the week were 2,519, and the sailings numbered 2,633. Fourteen vessels over 1,600 tons and two under that tonnage ...

    Article : 49 words
  3. Who Will Serve the King?

    The State Recruiting Committee writes:—The General Organizer (Mr. Walter Hutley) is now visiting towns in the north in the hope of stimulating ...

    Article : 362 words
  4. AMERICA AND THE WAR.

    All German ships in Uruguayan ports will be requisitioned. Enemy agents are seeking to create difficulties between Brazil and Argentina, by reviving the problem of ...

    Article : 39 words
  5. STORIES OF FINANCE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 755 words
  6. "PEG O' MY HEART."

    That wonderfully successful comedy of youth, "Peg o' My Heart," will appear on only three more occasions at the King's Theatre, and theatregoers are strongly ...

    Article : 167 words
  7. SINKINGS SINCE JULY 28.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 95 words
  8. A Sensational Plot.

    The State Department has published the following cable messages from Germany to Count Bernstorff (then German Ambassador to the United States):—"January 3, ...

    Article : 224 words
  9. THE AUSTRALIANS.

    On Monday the Rev. R. W. McLean, of Narracoorte, received official information that his stepson, Lieut F. Mclntosh, had died from wounds on September 28. The ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 198 words
  10. TWO ITALIAN SHIPS SUNK.

    Arrivals of vessels at Italian ports last week totalled 503, and sailings 467. Two steamers of more than 1,50O tons and two below that tonnage were sunk, and one ...

    Article : 45 words
  11. AMUSEMENTS.

    To-morrow evening, at 7.50, the J. C. Williamson newly-organized musical comedy company will begin their season of one week only, when "Mr. ...

    Article : 137 words
  12. FRENCH CRAFT LOST

    The arrivals at French ports numbered 903, and sailings 811. Three steamers of upwards of 1,600 tans and two below that burthern were sunk, and eight were ...

    Article : 36 words
  13. CONSTRUCTION EXCEEDED SINKINGS.

    The new tonnage launched in British yards last week exceeded the total tonnage destroyed by the enemy during the same week. It is authoritatively stated in ...

    Article : 48 words
  14. LATE CPL. P. KAMMERMAN.

    Mrs. Kammerman, of Woodland Park Ycelanna, hats received cable news that her youngest son, Cpl. Paul Kammerman, had, on July 11, died of wounds received in France. Both Cpl ...

    Article : 158 words
  15. New Zealander and Zeppelin.

    The Military Cress has been awarded to Kent. W. W. Cook, of the New Zealand Forces and Flying Corps, for conspicuous gallantry and skill in an attack on a ...

    Article : 84 words
  16. PAV. PICTURES.

    A splendid programme was submitted at the Pavilion Theatre yesterday at the usual bi-weekly change of pictures. The feature was a 5,000 ft. fine art drama ...

    Article : 276 words
  17. ENLISTMENTS.

    Thursday.—Adelaide volunteers, 13; men accepted, 8. ...

    Article : 8 words
  18. TIRPITZ RETRACTED.

    Admiral von Tirpitz denies a statement that to promised that the submarines would defeat England by August 1. ...

    Article : 23 words
  19. ATTESTED ON WEDNESDAY.

    W. R: SLATER, labourer; W. C. ROSSITRR, farm labourer; S. A. LESTER. Station hand; R. B. G. GUBBINS, clerk. Country paper.—J. CEFAL. ...

    Article : 28 words
  20. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 233 words
  21. Operations in Macedonia.

    A German bulletin claims that the Bulgarians repulsed English forces south-west of Lake Doran, in Macedonia. ...

    Article : 23 words
  22. ATTESTED ON THURSDAY.

    C. TREVOR, station hand; C. A. McGLORY, driver; R. E. WHITROD, driver: B. G. BONYTHON, farmer; B. R. MATTISON, gardener; J.T. CASIDY, barman; and R. C. KIRKPATRICK ...

    Article : 53 words
  23. LATE PTE BAWDEN.

    Mr. and Mrs. J. Bawden, of Aldgate, have been notified that their son, Pte. Ralph Bawden, died of wounds in France on September 17. Shortly after the beginning of the war. Pte. Dawden ...

    Article : 127 words
  24. CUSTODY OF A CHILD.

    Considerable interest was evinced in proceedings at the State Children's Court on Thursday, when the whole day was taken up with a matter in which the State Children's Department ...

    Article : 470 words
  25. SPAIN ANGRY.

    It is believed that the escape of the German submarine which was interned at Cadiz has augmented the chances of Spain being involved in war with Germany. The ...

    Article : 51 words
  26. A.I.F. COLOURS MAY BE WORN.

    Applications are constantly being received by the Defence Department for permission to sell A.I.F. unit colours and badges made up as metal and enamel ...

    Article : 116 words
  27. More Cereals Wanted.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) in receiving a deputation representative of tie agricultural interest, appealed to the fanners of the United Kingdom to increase ...

    Article : 213 words
  28. PERSONAL NOTES.

    Mrs. Stephens, of Beach raid, Grange, received advice by cable on Wednesday that her son, Pte. R. Gordon C. Hodge of the 50th Battalion, has been wounded in the recent fighting in Belgium ...

    Article : 285 words
  29. HOLLAND KILLING STOCK.

    The head of the Dutch mission to the United States asserts that Holland has begun the daughter of part of her live stock owing to the shortage of feedstuffs. ...

    Article : 67 words
  30. IN THE COURTS.

    A remarkable story of a girl's hasty marriage was told in Adelaide Police Court on Thursday, when a charge of bigamy was preferred against Edward Brougham Wilson, alias Edwin ...

    Article : 315 words
  31. General Items.

    A special meeting of the committee of the Belgian Relief Fund was held at Government House on Thursday. Lady Galway (President), who occupied the ...

    Article : 480 words
  32. PATRIOTISM AND BUSINESS COMBINED.

    Every one who has the means or the resources which can he converted should not show a moment's hesitation in subscribing to the fullest extent of their ...

    Article : 578 words
  33. "IDLE WIVES."

    Undoubtedly "Idle Wives" is a powerful picture for men and women. While it is a social play it is clean from start to finish. At West's Olympia, Hindley street ...

    Article : 370 words
  34. SHIPPING.

    Semaphore Tides.—Friday, Oct. 12—Times of high and low water doubtful. ARRIVED.—Oct 11. Investigator, 360. W. N. Thompson, Port Purie. ...

    Article : 228 words
  35. Incidents of the War.

    Major Stanley Gordon Gibbs, of the Australian Army Service Corps, has been killed in action. He was At one time a member of the headquarters staff of the ...

    Article : 39 words
  36. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,017 words
  37. UNLAWFUL BETTING CHANGES.

    The conference in the legality of betting which a fence cm create on a racecourse was set up in extenuation of the offence by Daniel Clifford it the Adelaide Police Court on Thursday, when ...

    Article : 232 words
  38. THE LAW COURTS.

    Argument was concluded and judgment reserved, in the appeal made in behalf of Robert James Martin McBride against an order given in Chambers on September 12 by Mr. Justice ...

    Article : 304 words
  39. LATE SPORTING.

    Scratchings recorded to-day:—V.A.T.C. Spring. Meeting.—Caulfield Cup.—Vibratory, Sunbury, and Bridges. Toorak Handicap.—Bridges. All Engagements.—Barlow, Vibratory, Melbourne ...

    Article : 65 words
  40. THE CHAFFCUTTERS CASE.

    At the Industrial Court on Thursday morning, before the Deputy President (Mr. N. A. Webb, S.M.). the hearing was continued of the case in which the employes of the chaffectting industry ...

    Article : 744 words
  41. "THE PACE AT THE WINDOW."

    Before crowded audiences "The Face at the Window" has been enter training theatregoers who have visited the Tivoli Theatre this week. The tracing of the murder by ...

    Article : 163 words
  42. TRENCH COMFORT SHOP. PORT ADELAIDE.

    Last week's takings were £10 10/. Thanks are due for a case of goods from Edithburgh, per Mrs. G. H. Hart (Mayoress). Management for the week:—Mesdames G. Mathews, W. F. Lewis ...

    Article : 44 words
  43. SWEET PEA CONFERENCE RECEPTION.

    The reception arranged by the President of the Carnation and Sweet Pea Society (Dr. R. E. Harrold) at Arcadia Cafe on Thursday in connection with the ...

    Article : 484 words
  44. TRADE AND LABOUR.

    The following appointments weer made to the Brassworkers' board in, executive Council on Thursday:—Representatives of Employers—Messrs. T. A. Cronin, stepaey; A. H. Dubble, Adelaide; ...

    Article : 69 words
  45. LOCAL.

    Marths Emily Norris, of Eli place, off Castle street, Adelaide, a cafe employe, sued Mrs. Webber, of the Exchange Cafe, King William street, Adelaide, for 19 guineas, for an alleged ...

    Article : 298 words
  46. THE MAJESTIC THEATRE.

    The last two performances of the present Tom Haverly musical farce, "Two Irish Sports," will be given at the Majestic Theatre to-day. Cusko's ...

    Article : 99 words
  47. THEATRE ROYAL PHOTO-PLAYS.

    To-day will mark the last display of Fox Films at the Theatre Royal until after the "Mr. Manhattan" season, when an exceptionally strong attraction is promised in ...

    Article : 90 words
  48. POLICE.

    Thomas Pemberton admitted a change of having, on the previous day, been guiky of indecent behaviour in a right of way off King William street, and he was fined 5/ with 10/ costs. ...

    Article : 726 words
  49. ORGAN RECITAL, TOWN HALL.

    An organ recital will be given by the City Organist (Mr.T.H. Jones) Mus. Bac.) on Sunday, October 14, at 3 p.m. A popular programme will be submitted, and vocal ...

    Article : 41 words
  50. MAGISTRATES.

    NORWOOD: Thursday, October 11 (before Messrs. B. Phillips and J. H. Mattingly).—James McGregor was fined 5/ for laving been drunk at Rose Park on October 10, and was ordered to ...

    Article : 147 words
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