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  2. THE CORONATION.

    Thursday was observed in Adelaide as a semi-holiday. Seeing the serious nature of the Kings illness little fault was found with the Government for revoking the ...

    Article : 572 words
  3. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Sir John See, K.C.M.G., is a son of Mr. John See, and was born at Yelling, in Hantingdonshire, in 1845. He arrived in New South Wales with his parents in 1853. He ...

    Article : 300 words
  4. THE AUSTRALIANS.

    Directly it was definitely announced that the Coronation celebrations were to be postponed the manager of the Australian Eleven (Major Wa[?]dill) made ...

    Article : 300 words
  5. MILITARY RETRENCHMENT.

    When the House of Representatives meets next month Sir William Lyne (ActingMinister of Defence) intends to make a statement, [?]lining the steps he has [?]aken ...

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  6. GRANGE.

    The pupils of the Grange school held sports on the ground adjoining the school on Thursday. There was a large att[?] dance of parents and friends. Besides [?] ...

    Article : 112 words
  7. PASTORALISTS AND SHEARERS.

    Separate consideration on Wednesday night of knotty points on which they could not agree enabled the conference between the P[?]toralists' Association and the ...

    Article : 312 words
  8. QUEENSLAND.

    Sir Arthur Rutledge, K.B., Attorney-General of Queensland, was horn at Castlereagh, New South Wales, in 1843, and went with his father to Darling Downs, ...

    Article : 182 words
  9. JUBILEE OVAL.

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  10. GLENELG.

    A successful demonst[?]tion was held on the Glen[?]lg Oval on Thursday. The proceddings were opened by the hoisting of the Union Jack[?] and the children saing ...

    Article : 98 words
  11. CHELTENHAM PARK.

    The sward of the Cheltenham Park racecourse was still damp when the children from the schools in the Port Adelaide district, including Woodville and Kilk[?]nny, ...

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  12. THE STREETS AT NIGHT.

    At an early hour in the evening crowds began to pour into the city from all points of the compass, By 8 o'clock the principal streets of the city were densely packed, ...

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  13. TASMANIA.

    Sir Neil Elliott Lewis, K.C.M.G., Premier and Attorney-General of Tasmania, son of Mr. Ne[?] Lewis, of Hobert, was born on October 27, 1858. He was educated at the ...

    Article : 235 words
  14. UNLEY OVAL.

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  15. MATCH AT EDINBURGH.

    The Australians have arranged to play a two-day's match at Edinburgh next week, beginning on Monday. They will thus have a day between that fixture and the ...

    Article : 39 words
  16. THE INTERCESSORY SERVICES.

    A special service of intercession for the recovery of his Majesty the King was held at evensong in St. Poter's Cathedral on Thursday. There was a good attendance, ...

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  17. FUNERAL OF MR. LEAKE[?]

    The funeral of the late Premier (Mr. Geo[?] Leake) took place this afternoon. The body was removed to St. George's Cathedral last night, where it lay in state till ...

    Article : 331 words
  18. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

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  19. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    Sir Edward Albert Stone, K.B., Chief Justice of West Australia, is the son of the late, Mr. George Frederick Stone, Attorney-General of West Australia. He was called ...

    Article : 116 words
  20. NEW ZEALAND.

    Captain Sir William R. Russell, K.B., member for Hawke's Bay, in the New Zealand House of Representatives since 1875, was horn in Berkshire, England, on ...

    Article : 245 words
  21. THE ADELAIDE HOUNDS.

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  22. CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL.

    Many thousands of children will fondly remember June 26, 1902, the day originally set apart for the Coronation of the King. Although the illness of his Majesty ...

    Article : 229 words
  23. THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.

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  24. VICTORIA.

    The completion of the distribution of the 300 bottles of champagne given by Lord Hopetoun to the unemployed was effected this morning at Carlton. The proceedings ...

    Article : 42 words
  25. NEW GUINEA.

    The Hon. Anthony Musgrave, C.M.G., who is a nephew of a former Governor of this State, and is now Government Secretary of New Guinea, was born in April, ...

    Article : 81 words
  26. NORWOOD OVAL.

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  27. THE GULF OF S[?]AM AGROUND.

    The steamer Gulf of Siam, while coming up the bay this morning at 8 o'clock, from Liverpool, via Adelaide, went ashore between the Gelbbrand lighthouse and the ...

    Article : 104 words
  28. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The Premier's death and the news of the King's illness has caused something like consternation, and there is everywhere an air of gloom. Nearly all the Coronation ...

    Article : 52 words
  29. THE POLITICAL SITUATION.

    There is so far little discussion regarding the political situation, but there are rumors as to a coalition Ministry, to be formed by Mr. Kingsmill. ...

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  30. VICTORIA PARK.

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  31. THEBARTON.

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  32. Advertising

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  33. PTRIE-STREET METHODIST CHURCH.

    There was a large attendance at the Pirie-street Methodist Church on Thursday evening, when an intercessory service for the recovery of the King was held. The ...

    Article : 443 words
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