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  2. THE WESLEYAN GENERAL CONFERENCE.

    The "burning question" of the Conference was approached in an unexpected way and one which for a time produce considered embarrassment. All the Annual Conference had ...

    Article : 3,740 words
  3. THE CHINESE AND LABOUR QUESTIONS

    Sir—I have read several letters in the Register on Chinamen as a people and aa colonists. I entirely agree with your correspondent Mr. Molineux in all says. He is not ashamed to ...

    Article : 696 words
  4. RAILWAY STATION AND POST-OFFICE FACILITIES.

    Sir—As a visitor to your city I have been favourably impressed by its many beauties and by the evidences of the energy which animates your citizens. There are however, two ...

    Article : 414 words
  5. PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

    The 224th meeting of the Adelaide Philosophical Society was held at the Institute on Tuesday, May 21. There was a large attendance, and Professor Tait, Vice-President, ...

    Article : 3,698 words
  6. THE CHINESE AND THE FAMINE IN CHINA.

    Sir—It would case me unfeigned regret if at this critical time any act of mine should be the means of cramping the hand of charity towards the starving millions who are now actually ...

    Article : 493 words
  7. RIVOLI BAY, NORTH AND SOUTH.

    Sir—I think it a groat pity the Government did not satisfy themselves aa to which was the best and most suitable end of a this bay for a barbour for the drained land and the fine ...

    Article : 516 words
  8. GOOLWA AND THE RIVER TRADE.

    The great rush of work chronicled as going on here of late is now subsiding, consequent on the low state of the Darling, which has almost reached the summer level, and trade is ...

    Article : 970 words
  9. WHY THE BABIES DIE.

    Sir—If you are not tired of the subject will you permit a colonist of nearly 30 years' standing to give his experience as to the heavy fees charged by the medical profession? You ...

    Article : 602 words
  10. NOCK'S ACT.

    Sir.—-There has been a good deal said and written about this measure, and as I happen to have spent nearly 30 years of my life in English and colonial hotels and thus become intimately ...

    Article : 489 words
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