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  2. THE RUHR CRISIS.

    The Dusseldorf correspondent of The Daily Telegraph states:—There is some evidence that the passive resistance in the Ruhr is weakening. As an instance, he ...

    Article : 112 words
  3. "BACK TO ZION."

    An interesting visitor to Adelaide is Madame Bella Pevsner, who is "taking in" Australia in the course of a world mission in the cause of the Jews of Palestine. All ...

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  4. LIFEBLOOD [?] COMMERCE.

    The Lord Mayor's Banquet to City Bankers and Merchants was held today at the Guildhall. The time-honoured toast of "The public purse" was replied to by the ...

    Article : 165 words
  5. FLYING BOAT DAMAGED.

    Sympathy with Lieut. Miller was generally expressed at Port Adelaide on Wednesday morning, when it was learned that he had received a set-back at the ...

    Article : 510 words
  6. EMPIRE TRADE.

    Professor W. W. Hewins, M.A., Chairman of the Tariff Reform Commission and of the Tariff Reform League, on Tuesday addressed a meeting of 60 members, ...

    Article : 200 words
  7. PARLIAMENT OPENS TO-DAY.

    Members of Parliament will probably be on their best behaviour during the session of Parliament which will be opened to-day, for, in the early part of next year, they will have to give an account of their stewardship ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. PRINCESS MAUD'S WEDDING.

    The betrothal of Princess Maud, second daughter of the Princess Royal, and one of the King's nieces, to Lord Carnegie, eldest son of the Earl and Countess of ...

    Article : 84 words
  9. NO GERMAN CREDITS IN ENGLAND

    The Financial Secretary to the Treasury (Sir William Joynson-Hicks), replying to a question in the House of Commons to-day, said that, so far as he was aware, ...

    Article : 73 words
  10. THE BRIDE-ELECT.

    Her Highness Princess Mand Alexandra Victoria Georgina Bertha, who was born in 1893 (the same year as her fiance), is the second daughter of the Princess Royal, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 408 words
  11. ROYAL PROCESSION SENSATION.

    While the Duke and Duchess of York were visiting the Royal Infirmary at Liverpool today, the horses of a carriage occupied by the Secretary for War (Lord ...

    Article : 103 words
  12. OCCUPATION WORKING WELL.

    The French Minister for Public Works (M. Le Trocquer) has reported to Cabinet optimistically upon the situation in the Ruhr. He declares that the German ...

    Article : 43 words
  13. THE TURKISH PEACE.

    The signing of the Turkish Peace Treaty was effected to-day, constituting the final scene in the long-drawn-out conference at Lausanne. The President of the Swiss ...

    Article : 123 words
  14. GERMANY'S SHIPBUILDING ACTIVITIES.

    The Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade (Sir Phillip Lloyd-Greame), in replying to a question in the House of Commons, said that, according to ...

    Article : 61 words
  15. ITALIAN OPINION FAVOURABLE.

    The Rome correspondent of The Daily Telegraph, states that well-informed circles consider that the Italian Government's reply to the British Note will ...

    Article : 177 words
  16. THE LATE MR. THOMAS GILL— AN APPRECIATION.

    The late Mr. Gill, a very lovable man, was born in Glen Osmond, and, I think, knew and loved every stick and stone in the village. It was my good fortune ...

    Article : 602 words
  17. INDIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

    The Prime Minister of South Africa (Gen. Smuts), in a speech at Pietermaritzburg, to-day outlined the policy of the Government on the question of Asiatics in ...

    Article : 279 words
  18. CLEAR THE SLUMS.

    Dr. Charles Childe, in his Presidential address before the Congress of the British. Medical Association at Portsmouth, said that the five most formidably ...

    Article : 176 words
  19. RIOTS AT FRANKFORT.

    At Frankfort-on-Main, as the outcome of fierce street demonstrations to-day between, Socialists and Communists, Dr. Haas, State Attorney, was brutally ...

    Article : 146 words
  20. GIRL GUIDES.

    A representative body of citizens, including many women, assembled at the town hall to-day, when the Mayor tendered a civic reception to Miss Margaret ...

    Article : 116 words
  21. RAILWAY CROSSING SMASH.

    A motor car, containing three persons was struck by the engine of a train at the Colac East railway crossing to-day. One man was killed, and the other two ...

    Article : 220 words
  22. COMMUNAL REPRESENTATION IN KENYA.

    A White Paper issued to-day in relation to the administration of affairs in the Kenya Colony (British East Africa) says: —"The Imperial Government is of opinion ...

    Article : 168 words
  23. THE BRIDEGROOM-TO-BE.

    The barony of Carnegie, to which Lord Carnegie, as the eldest son of the Earl of Southesk, is heir, dates back to the reign of David II., in the fourteenth century, ...

    Article : 265 words
  24. CHINESE BANDITS.

    Chinese bandits pear Chin-ho, in the Yunnan Province, captured Mr. Darcy Wetherby, a British mining engineer. ...

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  25. THE TWO "BOLLS."

    The Minister for Home and Territories (Mr. Pearce) informed Mr. Drake Brockman (W.A.) in the Senate to-day, that there was no truth in the statement that ...

    Article : 62 words
  26. GUNBOAT IN ACTION.

    Steamers arriving from the Yellow River report that American and British steamers, under escort of an American gunboat, were heavily fired on near ...

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  27. BULGARIAN RAILWAY COLLISION.

    A terrible railway accident has occurred on the lin ebetween Sofia and Varna (Bulgaria). Two passenger trains collided. The casualties ...

    Article : 47 words
  28. BRITAIN'S AIR ESTIMATES.

    The report of the select committee on the Air Estimates expresses the opinion that while the flying branch of the Royal Air Force is well managed, there was a ...

    Article : 267 words
  29. BOOL WORM.

    Consequent on inquiries which he made, the Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Gillies) states that he is satisfied that the dreaded boll weevil has not made its appearance ...

    Article : 93 words
  30. THE BETTING FEVER.

    The assistant mistress at a London school, in giving evidence before the betting tax committee to-day, said that 19 of her class of 42 boys had backed, horses ...

    Article : 141 words
  31. RUSSIA AND JAPAN.

    The Japanese authorities have received from Moscow advices that the advices Government, in the effort to end the dead-lock in Russo-Japanese negotiations for ...

    Article : 66 words
  32. LABOUR AND MARRIAGE.

    The French, Minister of Labour (M. Peyronnet) has made an important announcement in regard to the French law and married woman workers. A French ...

    Article : 187 words
  33. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    The Committee of Imperial Defence has nearly concluded its enquiry into the co-ordination of the Empire's fighting forest. It is expected that its conclusions will ...

    Article : 55 words
  34. CANADIAN STREET HOLD-UP.

    At Toronto to-day, in a sensational street hold-up and pistol battle, six bandits wounded three bank messengers, and made off with a bag containing more than ...

    Article : 65 words
  35. FIFTY YEARS AGO.

    The half-yearly report and balance sheet of the Adelaide Marine Insurance Company show that in the marine department the net premiums for the half-year amount ...

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  36. DE VALERA'S BOAST.

    Replying to a threat that be will be kept on the run, De Valera, in the course of a statement, said—"Living, or dead, we mean to establish the right of Irish ...

    Article : 85 words
  37. PICKING-UP TIME.

    The Port Adelaide branch of the Waterside Workers' Federation has bene involved in considerable industrial litigation over their decision to only appear at ...

    Article : 359 words
  38. THE FEDERAL SESSION.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce), in the House of Representatives to-day, moved— "That on each sitting day, unless otherwise ordered, Government business shall ...

    Article : 212 words
  39. BORN AT SEA.

    The United States Immigration Commissioner has ruled that babies born at sea on immigration ships bound for America will hereafter be classed as ...

    Article : 83 words
  40. A SCOTTISH SHOW.

    The Agent-General for Victoria (Mr. McWhae), when visiting the Inverness Show, found a branch of the Canadian Migration Department engaging hundreds ...

    Article : 65 words
  41. THE BURNEY AIR SCHEME.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Baldwin), in the House of Commons to-day said he hoped the House would be able to adjourn an August 2 until November 13. ...

    Article : 129 words
  42. GENERAL CABLES.

    The appeal by Mrs. Russell against a decree nisi entered against her in the divorce proceedings by her husband, has been dismissed. ...

    Article : 135 words
  43. ENGLISH DOCK STRIKES.

    London shipowners have refused to negotiate with the unofficial committee of the dock labourers on strike, which repudiated, the Labour leaden, who initiated ...

    Article : 75 words
  44. GOLF.

    At Boston (Mass.) to-day Hagen and Kirkwood tied with Sarazen and Farrell in an 18-hole best ball match, with a score of 71. ...

    Article : 28 words
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  48. AMERICA'S AIR DEFENCE.

    The United States Secretary for War (Mr. Weeks) will ask Congress for an an appropriation of £5,000,000 for the Army Air Service for next year. Of this amount ...

    Article : 141 words
  49. A DANCER'S DIVORCE.

    Miss Irene Castle,, a well-known dancer, has been granted a divorce from Robert Elliott Treman her second husband. ...

    Article : 27 words
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