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  4. VOICE OF THE PEOPLE.

    (Letters must be written on one side of the paper only. No letter can be printed unless the writer's name and address are given, not necessarily for publication.) ...

    Article : 38 words
  5. MINING.

    The prospects of the Adeline mine continue to improve as development proceeds; as the ore in the deep levels is increasing in quantity and quality. The northern drive at the 180ft ...

    Article : 449 words
  6. KURING-GAI SHIRE HALL.

    Mr. W. Cowan, writing re the proposed shire building for Kuring-gai, states:—It is admitted on both sides that the present accommodation is totally inadequate. A room (originally ...

    Article : 478 words
  7. GREEN SWAMP.

    At the old Napoleon Mine there is a nne length of reef, of good thickness, showing a large body of ore. The reef is well defined, and the walls are of diorite and slate. On ...

    Article : 176 words
  8. THE GAS WORKERS' TROUBLE.

    Mr. S. Rawlin, president of the Mor[?]lake branch of the Gas Employees' Union, writes:—Allow me a email space to reply to Mr. Morland, who says that my references to his ...

    Article : 407 words
  9. FLOATING DOCKS.

    In view of the Admiralty's decision to give floating dock facilities at Rosyth, some facts regarding such equipment will be found interesting (says the "Weekly Scotsman" of May 22.) ...

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  10. GULGONG.

    Mr. W. P. Scott struck some rich silver-bearing ore in tie Mount Scott Proprietary Mine some time back, and a few days ago he came upon some native copper in flakes ...

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  11. WYALONG.

    Development work at the Golden fleece is being carried on vigorously under the management of Mr. A. A. Duncan. At the 650ft on the eastern reef of the winze is down 98ft, good stone ...

    Article : 237 words
  12. DORRIGO LAND VALUES.

    Mr. G. S. Briner, M.L.A., writes as follows:— "I have noticed several complaints in the Press of late concerning the capital values placed-upon Crown lands made available for ...

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  13. THE LANDLORD'S TERROR.

    At Acton (London) on May 8 a landlord stated that he was afraid of a woman who lodged in his house; in fact, he was in danger of bis life. He had given her notice to quit, tout she had ...

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  14. COOK'S RIVER TRAM SERVICE.

    The St. Peters Council recently complained to the Chief Railway Commissioner of the overcrowding of trams on the Cook's River line on Saturdays. ...

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  15. A STRANGE LAPSE.

    Samuel Crowther was charged on remand at Clerkenwell Court (London) on May 8 with stealing a portmanteau and a leather kit-bag and contents, property in charge of the L. and ...

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  16. BROTHERS IN TROUBLE.

    William and Michael O'Brien, brothers, had a dispute, and a[?] their grievances in a lane off Goulburn-street, Sydney. Michael struck William, and William struck Michael, and then ...

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