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  2. VIEWS AND COMMENTS

    Sir—Regarding the view submitted by the Commissioner of Crown Lauds of your State (Mr. McIntosh) in connection with the South ...

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  3. POINTS FROM LETTERS

    From "Warooka":—The late Rodney Cockburn did a great deal to help future historians when he issued "Nomenclature of South Australia" in book ...

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  5. S.A. ORCHESTRA

    A large audience greeted the South Australian Orchestra's opening performance for 1934. The occasion was notable for two reasons—the adoption ...

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  6. BAND CHAMPIONSHIPS HERE IN 1936

    At the meeting of the Australian Bands' Council just concluded in Sydney, it was decided that the Australian band championship contest for 1936 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. RISING VOLUME OF TRADE IN U.K.

    Trade conditions in the United Kingdom, continue to improve, and, according to the review in the "Economist." March witnessed a further expansion of ...

    Article : 276 words
  9. NEW AERIAL MEDICAL SERVICE

    The Rev. John Flynn (Flynn of the Inland), who arrived in Adelaide by the express from Melbourne on Saturday, gave details of the future conduct of the ...

    Article : 414 words
  10. U.S. POLITICIAN ARRESTED

    A sensation has been caused by the arrest and the holding under a 100,000 dollars bail (approximately £20,000 at par) of JoJin McLaughlin, a ...

    Article : 112 words
  11. POLITICAL DIVISIONS

    Sir—When the rank and file of the Labor Party in South Australia analyse the causes of the disruption that has been wrought in a movement ...

    Article : 272 words
  12. ORCHESTRAL MUSIC

    Mr. Peter Bornstein, who returned by the Mongolia on Saturday from a five months' trip abroad, said that the average efficiency of orchestral playing in ...

    Article : 386 words
  13. UNIVERSITY "RAG"

    The foundation stone of the new wing of Trinity College, which was laid on Saturday afternoon by Archbishop Head, disappeared on Friday night ...

    Article : 147 words
  14. VACCINE REPORTED FOR PSITTACOSIS

    A message from Newhaven, Connecticut, says that the discovery of a vaccine for psittacosis (parrot disease) was announced by Dr. Thomas Rivers, ...

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  15. ANZAC DAY PSYCHOLOGY

    Sir—With due diffidence I would like to ask the returned soldiers if it would not be possible to make future Anzac Day celebrations less spectacularly ...

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  16. DEATH WHILE AT PRAYER

    While at prayer at Catholic Cathedral before the service began at 7 a.m. today, Joan Ramon Erik Del Arancibis Theilgard, 65, died. Mr. ...

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  17. 400TH ANNIVERSARY OF BIBLE TRANSLATION

    More than 1200 South Australian members of the Lutheran Church gathered in the Adelaide Town Hall yesterday to celebrate the 400th ...

    Article : 488 words
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  19. TUSMORE METHODIST CHURCH

    The foundation stone of the Tusmore Methodist Church, on Portrush road, near the Burniside Council offices, was laid on Saturday ...

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  20. Bombay Strike Situation Improves

    There was an improvement in the Bombay cotton mill strike situation yesterday, after the arrest of ten Labor leaders, including a woman, and firm ...

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  21. Centenary Tower At Mt. Gambier Threatened

    Erosive action is seriously undermining the foundations ol Centenary Tower, on the summit of Mount Gambier according to Alderman C. L. Spehr ...

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  22. LIQUOR IMPORTS INTO U.S.

    A further two months extension to the period for the unlimited importation of liquor into the United States was announced by the Government ...

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  23. CASES OF INCENDIARISM

    Sir—During last summer, when bush fires were causing devastation in many localities, a man was arrested ana charged with having caused a fire on a ...

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  24. S.A.'S DISABILITIES

    Sir—May I be permitted to finally reply to my critics' contentions re secession? I frankly admit that S.A.'s percentage of unemployment is the ...

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  25. Monowai Takes Sick Man Off Finnish Barque

    Having answered a radio appeal to take a sick man off the Finnish barque Favell, bound from Port Germein to Queenstown, the Monowai is expected ...

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  28. New School At Uraidla

    The opening of a new school at Uraidla was witnessed by a large number of old and present scholars on Saturday. The Minister of Education (Mr. Jeffries) was received by a guard ...

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  29. "Persecution Of Lutheran Clergymen Continues"

    Nazi church authorities are taking increasingly severe measures against opposition clergy, one of whom states that not one of Reichbishop Mueller's ...

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  30. DAIRYING INDUSTRY

    Sir—In your issue of Tuesday Mr. Jas. Brown, of Mount Barker, states that "In patting Mr. Butler on the back Mr. Mules is, probably unconsciously. ...

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  31. British N.C.O. Missing In Kobe

    The police have informed the British Consul that they cannot locate Warrant-Officer Pittley, of the British cruiser Berwick, who has been missing ...

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  32. Man Thrown Out Of Car In Collision And Injured

    When a motor car collided with a post at Randwick on Saturday night. John Frederick Charlsworth, of Coogee, a passenger in the car, was thrown to the ...

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  33. Japanese Cotton Chairman Withdraws Resignation

    The chairman of the Japanese Federation of Cotton Spinners (Mr. Fusajiro Abe) who resigned because of the criticism that his attitude at the Delhi ...

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