The statements of Mr. B. H. Morgan, the representative of the British Manufacturers' Association, regarding the disastrous effects which result from the rebates granted by ...Article : 308 words
On board the steamer Hymettus, which arrived from India on May 1, there [?] for the Adelaide Zoological Gardens a pair of axis deer, two pairs of peacock ...Article : 1,649 words
Birtles, the overland cyclist, left Pine Creek yesterday and is expected here on Saturday afternoon. He has experienced, considerable hardship in travelling across ...Article : 485 words
Some innovations in the use of the rabbit as an article of commerce are to be made by Sir Rupert Clarke at Sunbury. He has established a factory on his estate ...Article : 124 words
The judges of work in the literature classes in connection with the recent Women's Work Exhibition have made the following awards:- Story of not less than ...Article : 82 words
The break up of the dry weather has resulted in a good general rainfall over the state. In the west and south-west districts the rainfall was heavy and there are ...Article : 128 words
The Premiers' Conference continued its sittings today at the Stale Parliament House. Mr Wade (Premier of New South ...Article : 1,057 words
The Premiers' Conference sat again to-day at the State Parliament House. The Prime Minister attended and delivered an address on the financial ...Article : 1,698 words
The Waterloo Cup, run to-day, was won by Mr. Atken's Scottish Chief. Two steamers have made ineffectual attempts to draw the Taviuni from the beach ...Article : 369 words
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Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Sat 9 May 1908, Page 38
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