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  3. INSULIN.

    "In Adelaide we have been, manufacturing and, employing insulin upon diabetic subjects with success for the last-five or six months." said Professor ...

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  4. INDIAN AFFAIRS.

    Refugees have been arriving in the Peshawar District in considerable numbers during the past 10 days. They report that heavy fighting has been ...

    Article : 147 words
  5. THE BRITISH DELEGATION.

    Wednesday was a busy day for the members of the British Overseas Settlement Delegation, who are at present in Adelaide. In the morning they visited the Travellers' Aid Hostel on North terrace, and then inspected the boy farm apprentices' depot at Kintore avenue. Afterwards they were entertained at luncheon by the Commonwealth Club. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. GOVERNMENT HOUSE RECEPTION.

    His Excellency the Governor and Lady Bridges held a very largely attended reception at Government House on Wednesday night. The function was in honour of the ...

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  8. THE BABBAR OUTRAGE.

    Further information regarding the latest Babbar outrage, in which a Sikh was maltreated by 10 men, states that the victim was gravely wounded. ...

    Article : 112 words
  9. AFGHANISTAN'S INDEPENDENCE.

    The Government of Afghanistan has asked the Chinese Government to acknowledge its independence, and to exchange embassies. It is believed that the ...

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  10. WOMEN MIGRANTS.

    A well-attended meeting of lite National Council of Women was held at the banqueting room of the Adelaide Town Hall on Wednesday evening, when ...

    Article : 435 words
  11. LABOUR'S VIEWS.

    Mr. James Wignall, a member of the Overseas Settlement Delegation, who is a Labour member in the British House of Commons, was entertained at the assembly ...

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  12. EX-PRINCESS SENTENCED.

    The Leipzig Court to-day sentenced ex-Princess Marguerite if Hohenloke-Oehringen to six months' imprisonment, she having been found guilty of having assisted ...

    Article : 153 words
  13. A BARON AND BARONESS ARRESTED.

    A sequel to the imprisonment of ex-Princess. Marguerite was, the arrest of Barron and Baroness Busch Lohe. The baroness is ...

    Article : 64 words
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  15. ENQUIRIES BY OVERSEAS DELEGATION.

    The members of the Overseas Settlement Delegation are fufilling a busy round of engagements since their arrival in Adelaide, On Wednesday morning the ...

    Article : 469 words
  16. ROYAL SOCIETY OF ST. GEORGE.

    MURRAY BRIDGE, July 25.—The annual meeting of the local branch of the Royal Society of St. George was held to-night. The President ...

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  17. CASUALTIES.

    WALLAROO, July 24.—An accident occurred on the steamer City of Batavia this afternoon. Work had just begun when James Olds, a wharf labourer, ascended ...

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  18. A BROKEN LEG.

    MOUNT GAMBIER, July 23.—This afternoon Mr. W. Edkins, manager of Coo-la Station, was riding about four miles from the homestead, when his horse fell and ...

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  19. SWAGMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED.

    Jack Cleary, who is thought to be about 55 years of age, was taken to the hospital through injuries received in having attempted to enter a brakevan in the ...

    Article : 117 words
  20. MOTOR CAR OVERTURNED.

    MAITLAND, July 25.—This afternoon Mr. R. B. Kelly, B.V.Sc., while motoring on the Yorketown road, about three miles south of the town, found Mr. William ...

    Article : 105 words
  21. CONSERVATORIUM ORGAN

    Mr. Harold Wylde, F.R.C.O., will give the tenth recital of the winter series. of free Organ Recitals to-day, during the lunch hour, in the Elder Hall. The ...

    Article : 74 words
  22. CALCUTTA TEA AUCTIONS.

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  24. SHEEP FROM NEW ZEALAND.

    A consignment of about 300 fat sheep is being sent to Melbourne by the Moeraki, from Dunedin. Some were purchased privately, and some at the Burnside ...

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