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  2. THE TERRITORY.

    The attempts to develop the Territory on White Australia lines and under strict union conditions are being worked out with much stress, and turmoil, and labor ...

    Article : 790 words
  3. WAR FUNDS.

    Employes D. & W. Murray, Ltd., Gawler-place, £6 5/; employes, People's Stores, 7/; Walkerville Methodist Football Club, £3 6/; employes, J. H. She[?]ing & Co. (2nd instalment), £3 1/10: Penola ...

    Article : 3,613 words
  4. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    The results of the investigations made by the Common wealth Statistician (Mr. G. H. Knibbs) as to the extent of unemployment among trade unionists have been made ...

    Article : 730 words
  5. THE WAR

    The new war census cards have reached South Australia and will shortly be available at every post-office throughout the State. Every person of both sexes of 18 ...

    Article : 3,024 words
  6. RETURNED HEROES.

    Wounded soldiers who have returned from the Dardanelles complain strongly of the treatment meted out to them on the transports during the voyage from ...

    Article : 4,177 words
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    Advertising : 233 words
  8. A SERIOUS EXPLOSION.

    An explosion occurred at the rubber works of Perdriau & Co. in Cary-street, Drummoyne, this afternoon. As a result seven persons were injured, one so ...

    Article : 190 words
  9. BLOCKED BY THE WAR.

    Amid a storm of interjections, the Premier (Sir Alexander Peacock) announced to the Legislative Assembly to-night the Ministry's decision regarding the Greater ...

    Article : 332 words
  10. A SHOOTING CASE.

    About 4 o'clock this afternoon Charles Black, an elderly man, walked into D. Leslie's turf commission agency, in Maritana-street, and fired two shots from a ...

    Article : 226 words
  11. STATE FISH SHOP.

    The takings at the State fish shop for six days averaged £55 a day. On Friday the receipts amounted to £86, the number of customers served being 1,162. ...

    Article : 34 words
  12. A STEP-DAUGHTER ILL-TREATED.

    At Morwell an extraordinary case was heard in the Police Court to-day. Honors Amy Jolley, living at Jeeralang, was charged with cruelty to her stepdaughter, ...

    Article : 109 words
  13. A STEAMER HELD UP.

    For a breach of the port regulations, the Japanese steamer, Buyo Maru, was held up off the heads last evening, and sent to sea to await daylight. The Buyo Maru arrived ...

    Article : 163 words
  14. COLLIERY EMPLOYES.

    The managers of all the collieries in the Newcastle and Maitland districts received notice to-day asking that the wages of the employes be incresed—miners by 20 per ...

    Article : 62 words
  15. A BOLT.

    On Friday afternoon a pair of horses attached to a waggonette, belonging to Mr. F. G. Wundke, got loose from the public tie-up yard and bolted. Several attempts ...

    Article : 88 words
  16. QUEENSLAND.

    The Assembly resumed to-day after a fortnight's recess. Mr. Fihelly, in moving the introduction of the Workers' Compensation Bill, said it would remedy defects in ...

    Article : 82 words
  17. COMMERCIAL NEWS.

    Wheat—The market is dull and weaker in sympathy with declines in America and Canada. ...

    Article : 21 words
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    Advertising : 15 words
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