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  2. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    Monday, June 8 (in accordance with the Public Holidays Act) has been gazetted as a public and bank holiday, in lien of Wednesday, June 3, in celebration of the ...

    Article : 47 words
  3. A WELL-KNOWN SOLICITOR.

    To the great regret of his many friends and professional associates, Mr. Edwin J. Cos, the well-known solicitor, has ceased, for the time being, to appear with his ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. SPORTSMAN AND CITIZEN.

    South Australians generally will regret the passing to the rGeat Beyond of Mr. John Barker, whose death occurred about noon on Thursday at his ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 384 words
  5. BRITAIN IN EGYPT.

    In the House or commons to-day the Foreign Secretary (Mr. Austin Chambertin) announced that Field [?] had ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 304 words
  6. A NATIONAL BAND.

    A public meeting convened for the purpose of considering the formation of a national band was held in the Lord Mayor's reception room, Town ...

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  7. PALESTINE COMMAND.

    It is officially announced that His Majesty the King has approved the appointment of Field-Marshal Lord Planter to succeed Right Hon. Sir ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 407 words
  8. COURT INCONVENIENCED.

    Mr. Justice Angas Parsons voiced displeasure in the Criminal Court on Thursday morning, when, an action of Mr. H. T. Ward (counsel In a case) ...

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  9. USEFUL RAINS.

    The long, dry spell, which prevailed in the autumn after the heavy mid-February thunderstorms, which caused unique temporary inundations in Adelaide. And ...

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  10. NEW STATES MOVEMENT.

    South Australian are, apparently not concerned as participants in the new States movement. The courments of the Federal Treasurer (Dr. Earle Page), published in ...

    Article : 236 words
  11. EMPIRE STOCKTAKING.

    The [?] Secretary (Hon. J. Jelley), referring on Thursday to remarks of Sir Edward Lucas (formerly Agent-General for the State in London), in a [?] at the ...

    Article : 154 words
  12. ABATTOIRS ADDITIONS.

    The general manager of the Metropolitan Abattoirs (Mr. F. W. Fillmore) stated on Thursday, that; owing to the increased slaughterings of large cattle, the board ...

    Article : 199 words
  13. FOREIGN OFFICE INFORMATION.

    In the House of Commons to-day, Capt, Wedgwood Benn (Liberal, Leith) called attention to the fact that when on Monday a question had been asked ...

    Article : 186 words
  14. THE EARL YPRES.

    A Reuter message, timed 7,p.m, on Wednesday, stated:-An unexpected but letin has been issued stating that Field. Marshal the Earl of Ypres (Gen, [?] ...

    Article : 152 words
  15. THE MISSING LIALEETA

    Our Melbourne correspondent tele-graphed on Thursday night that the relatives of the crew of the schooner Lialecta, which is now 41 days overdue at Melbourne ...

    Article : 103 words
  16. FRDERAL LOAN REPAYMENTS.

    Exceptional facilities have been placed at the disposal of owners of Commonwealth 4½ per cent. 1925 stock and bonds to sub-mit tenders for redemption of their ...

    Article : 213 words
  17. RAILWAYMEN PRAISED

    The prompt action of Driver P. R. Maddern and Fireman F. C. Bigmore, on the 2.35 p.m, train from Adelaide to Port Adelaide on May 15, was responsible for the ...

    Article : 110 words
  18. PROFESSOR PHILLIPSON'S RESIGNATION.

    When asked on Thursday whether it was his intention to press the council of the University to publish the report of the subcommittee which enquired into the ...

    Article : 89 words
  19. ALLEGED POISONING.

    Altred William Arnold, a young English labourer (aged 20), with no fixed place of abode, and who was a stranger to Walkerie, arrived here last Tuesday, and was ...

    Article : 196 words
  20. MOTOR DRIVERS RESENT COMPETITION.

    As a result of the Railways Commissioned having decided to send a passenger train to the wharf at Port Adelaide, at the time of arrival and departure of ...

    Article : 331 words
  21. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir—The very fine leader in The Register on the Rymill-Phillipson controvery must commend itself to every one; and the authorities most [?] it to them ...

    Article : 127 words
  22. A SIGNIFICANT FORECAST.

    Mr. T. [?] Steel (Chairman of the Sydney Stock Exchange to-day made the following statement:—:The probabilities are that the Commonwealth would not have ...

    Article : 325 words
  23. Advertising

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  24. H.M.A.S. BRISBANE.

    H.M.A.S. Brisbane left Yokohama this morning for Shanghai. Japanese naval officers and Government and civie notables gave the officers and crew of the vessel ...

    Article : 67 words
  25. PULTENEY OLD SCHOLARS.

    Friday, May 29, will mark the seventy-seventh anniversary of the opening date of Pulteney Grammar School (formerly the Pulteney Street School), and on ...

    Article : 70 words
  26. DAVIS CUP MATCHES.

    Air, Powell Blackmore, in a letter to The Evening Standard, says:—Tilden has written to me stating that as he cannot be both, he intends to be a tennis ...

    Article : 93 words
  27. MOTHER STATE'S POPULATION.

    In the annual report of the Government [?] it is stated that the population of New South Wales increased by 45,543 last year. The population of the ...

    Article : 46 words
  28. SCULLING.

    The New Zealand sculler Hannan expects to leave for Australia to-morrow. The residents of Tauranga are giving him a new boat, which will be built by George Towns. ...

    Article : 38 words
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