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  2. THE DECEMBER REVIEWS.

    Mr. Justice Stephen opens the Nineteenth Century with "Suggestions for the Suppression of Boycotting," which he says is quite a different thing from ...

    Article : 3,627 words
  3. THE TEETULPA GOLDFIELDS.

    Nothing doing in the main gullies to-day. This morning I visited the outside gullies and reefs. At Flack's about 500 men are working, some with fair results. One load ...

    Article : 201 words
  4. COLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The passengers by the Preussen will be liberated from the quarantine station on Saturday if no further outbreak of smallpox occurs. ...

    Article : 313 words
  5. A CHAT ABOUT THE ELECTIONS.

    [BY A SCRIBBLER.] The gossip about the general election has begun; but the silence of the Premier upon the principles of the Ministerial policy has affected every one with a great ...

    Article : 2,540 words
  6. THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 342 words
  7. THE WARDEN'S MESSAGE.

    On Tuesday morning the Commissioner of Crown Lands received a telegram from Warden Hack, at Teetulpa, as follows:—"On Sunday I went to Mannahill with the ...

    Article : 134 words
  8. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AND VICTORIAN CRICKET MATCH.

    At a meeting of the Victorian Cricketers' Association letters were received from Messrs. Wardill and Lillywhite asking the patronage of the Association for the ...

    Article : 104 words
  9. AN OLD COLONIST'S OPINION.

    Mr. Ernest H. Excel, an old South Australian colonist, writes us an interesting letter from Otago, New Zealand. He states that he landed at the Old Port in August, 1840, from ...

    Article : 236 words
  10. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The timekeeper in the first race between Hutchens and Malone now states that he made a mistake of three-tenths of a second in his report. The time should ...

    Article : 208 words
  11. BEETALOO WATER AT BUTE.

    This morning the railway officials found that the Beetaloo water had during the night filled the tanks erected at Bute for the locomotives. There must have been great ...

    Article : 130 words
  12. GOLD IN THE CITY.

    On Tuesday afternoon Mr. E. Sawtell, of Rundle-street, weighed two parcels of Teetulpa gold, viz., 48 oz. and 43 3/4 oz. ...

    Article : 25 words
  13. GULF PILOTAGE.

    The local pilots and others interested in shipping waited on the Corporation last night to urge them to co-operate with the local licensed pilots in seeking to ...

    Article : 217 words
  14. QUEENSLAND.

    The Queensland steamer Barrabool coming into Bulimba Reach last night took the ground. Three men named Thompson, Cameron, and MacDonald ...

    Article : 106 words
  15. COLONIAL ALES.

    Sir—I read with interest and have looked expectantly through the columns of the Register since for further correspondence in reference to the above subject, which is ...

    Article : 291 words
  16. TASMANIA.

    Mr. Dodds, the Attorney-General, who is going to England to represent the colony in the Imperial Conference, has declined the honour of a banquet which was being ...

    Article : 52 words
  17. TYPHOID PATIENTS BY RAILWAY.

    A young man named Thomas Hodges, whose parents live at Riverton, was brought down from Teetulpa last night suffering from typhoid. The patient, who has been ill for ...

    Article : 85 words
  18. THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN SYDNEY.

    Sir Henry Parkas was sworn in to-day as Colonial Secretary. Parliament has been prorogued till February 15, and will be dissolved ...

    Article : 279 words
  19. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—I see a letter in the Register signed "Malt, Hops, and Sugar." He must have been asleep when reading the Register, for there has been a letter from me with the ...

    Article : 339 words
  20. PROVINCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    A well-attended ratepayers meeting was held at Lane's Hotel last [?] to consider the commonage question. [?] resolved that sheep now depasturing of the ...

    Article : 67 words
  21. ELLISTON, January 25.

    The Lillie Hawkins, schooner, Captain Glenn, arrived this morning from Port Adelaide, via Moonta. ...

    Article : 18 words
  22. SHAREBROKING AND AUCTION SALE OF SHARES.

    Sir—In your issue of this date appears a paragraph entitled "Daily Share Sales," which concludes thus—"The establishment of open sales should have the effect of giving ...

    Article : 380 words
  23. PORT PIRIE, January 25.

    At a public meeting last night it was decided to hold a regatta on Easter Monday, and officers were appointed. The rowing club being almost defunct, a resolution was ...

    Article : 49 words
  24. THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

    In another fortnight harvest operations will be at an end for the season. The average in places has exceeded expectations, while in others it is very light. I hear of two farmers ...

    Article : 322 words
  25. WHITES IN NEW GUINEA.

    Sir—Knowing the Rev. Mr. Chalmers well, and having taken much interest in the New Guinea Mission, I should like to remark, with reference to the extract from the ...

    Article : 215 words
  26. THE MANAGEMENT OF THE MOUNT GAMBIER HOSPITAL.

    An inquest on Thomas Bragge was resumed to-day by Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M., and occupied twelve and a half hours. A large number of witnesses were examined, and it ...

    Article : 241 words
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