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  2. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    Frederick Rankine, 14 years of age, was knocked down by an unknown cyclist in Wright-street on Thursday evening, with the result that one of hia legs was broken. ...

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  3. LABOR NEWS.

    Two representatives of tue Drivers' Union went out to the corporation sanitary depot yesterday and tried to get the two men engaged there to come out o[?] ...

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  4. THE DRIVERS' STRIKE

    The hearing of the case of the South Australian Drivers' Association against the Master Carriers' Association was resumed in the Industrial Court of Appeals on ...

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  5. BIG BLAZE IN SYDNEY.

    One of the most serious conflagrations seen in Sydney for some time occurred at Camperdown this morning. The fire, which broke out in the factory of Messrs. Graham ...

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  6. THE LAND AND THE PRODUCER.

    A meeting of fruitgrowers will be held at Renmark next week, when, in addition to representatives ot that district, delegates from Angaston, Gare, Lyrup, as well as ...

    Article : 361 words
  7. MARINE MISHAPS.

    The secretary of the Marine Board (Mr. J. Darby) on Thursday received a telegram from Captain Solly, the harbormaster at Beachport, wluch stated that the master of ...

    Article : 462 words
  8. THE LINWOOD MOTOR SMASH.

    The inquest on the body of Mibs Berthiah Jane May, of Wallaloo, who was killed at the Linwood-bridge on Wednesday evening, was conducted here to-day by Mr. W. H. ...

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  9. MELBOURNE EXPEESS INCIDENT.

    The sleepers in one of the sleeping cars attached to the express train from Adelaide had an unpleasant experience during Wednesday night. Near Serviceton the ...

    Article : 69 words
  10. AMUSEMENTS.

    The popular Woods-Williamson company will give the last performance of "The Gates of Bondage" to-night. A new dramatisation of "The Christian" will be ...

    Article : 434 words
  11. AN ALLEGED "CORNER."

    No official information has reached the Minister of Customs regarding the alleged attempt to establish a corner in mutton by an American trust. If such a thing were ...

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  12. THE TANTANOOLA CASE.

    Whatever the result of the Police Court proceedings in the matter of the sheepkilling yards found near.Lake Bonney may be, the stockowners are universally pleased ...

    Article : 254 words
  13. THE OVERDUE PARISIANA.

    The steamer Parisiana is 84 days out on its voyage from New York and considerably overdue at Melbourne News of her non arrival here was received with surprise ...

    Article : 238 words
  14. 'A MINING SCANDAL.'

    A sensational development may be expected in connection with the Government grant to mines or to a mine in a certain district. It is stated on good authority ...

    Article : 159 words
  15. HENLEY BEACH RAILWAY.

    A deputation waited on the Railways Commissioner on Tuursday afternoon to urge upon him the necessity of improving the conditions on the Henley Beach and ...

    Article : 499 words
  16. THE BULLFINCH FIELD.

    The following was the volume of business transacted in the Warden's Court on January 14:—Three hundred and sixty lease applications and 14 business and ...

    Article : 399 words
  17. A WOMAN SHOT.

    Walter Galbraith, aged 40, wounded Kate Thomas at Wairoto, Southland, with a revolver to-day, and then committed suicide. Galbraith was impelled to his act by ...

    Article : 39 words
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  19. A RUSSIAN'S BIG CLAIM.

    Another stage in the prolonged litigation between B. Varawa, an officer of the Russian Government, and the Howard Smith Company was reached to-day, when ...

    Article : 175 words
  20. PORT ADELAIDE CIVIC MATTERS.

    At Thursday's, meeting of the Port Adelaide City Council, the following letter, dated January 13, wai rend from Messers. Gambling & McDonald:—We respectfully beg to bring before ...

    Article : 575 words
  21. A NEWSPAPER'S APOLOGY.

    In the Legislative asembly this afternoon the Premier (Mr. Wilson) said he had carefully considered the letter sent to the Speaker by Mr. Lovekin (proprietor of the ...

    Article : 412 words
  22. THE POSTAL CONEEEENCE.

    The Postal Conference resumed its deliberations at the Custom-house, Hobart, to-day. The Postmaster-General presided. Further consideration was given to the ...

    Article : 253 words
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    Advertising : 176 words
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  26. IRUSH BLIGHT.

    Irish blight in potatoes is rapidly spreading throughout the Korumburra district, and several outbreaks have boen detected in unexpected places in the parishes of ...

    Article : 46 words
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