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  2. THE SEPTEMBER REVIEWS.

    In this Nineteenth Century Professor Goldwin Smith opens by impressing "The Moral of the late Crisis." What he thinks most to be feared is that the ...

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  3. THE TEETULPA GOLDFIELD

    Good work was done on Saturday. The majority of the men are working well, and appear contented. The finds in the Reservoir Gully are said to have been good. The ...

    Article : 310 words
  4. CHRISTIANITY AND SECULARISM.

    The six nights' debate on (Christianity and Secularism between Messrs. M. Wood Green, Christian minister, and Isaac Selby, Free-thought lecturer [?] initiated on Monday ...

    Article : 1,169 words
  5. WESLEYAN FOREIGN MISSIONS.

    The annual meeting of the Foreign Missionary Society in connection with the Wesleyan denomination was held in the Pirie-street Church Lecture Hall on Monday ...

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  6. MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.

    Present—All. The MAYOR reported that a deputation had waited upon the Government with regard to the deep drainage, and ...

    Article : 124 words
  7. ECHOES FROM THE SMOKING ROOM.

    Blessed amongst districts is Newcastle, of whose wishes Mr. Burgoyne is the interpreter. That interpreter is one of the ablest men in the House. He has ...

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  8. ST. PETERS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8.

    Present—His Worship the Mayor (Mr. T. Gamean), Councillors Church, Hales, Wells, Esselbach, and Sando, and the Town Clerk (Mr. W. H. Goss). ...

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  9. TELEGRAM FROM THE WARDEN.

    On Monday morning the Commissioner of Crown Lands received the following message from the Warden (Mr. B. Hack):—"Yesterday (Saturday) morning engaged ...

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  10. AN ADVERSE OPINION.

    C. Reid, writing from the Teetulpa Goldfield under date November 4, says:—"I have been some of the gold in Brady's Gully, and it is my firm belief that every ounce of ...

    Article : 193 words
  11. SEMAPHORE, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8.

    Present—The Mayor (Mr. J. Neill), Councillors Yeo, Wilson, Hopkins, Smith, Boord, Gibbon, Cranna, Christie, and Willimott, the Acting Town Clerk (Mr. W. Ellery), the ...

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  12. PROSPECTING FOR GOLD.

    Sir—The enclosed cutting from the London Standard of September 24 will very probably be of interest to your readers at the present time. My object in sending it to you is that ...

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  13. A FINE SPECIMEN.

    Our Port Pirie Correspondent, under date November 6, writes:—"I have to-day seen a magnificent specimen of gold in quartz, which was sent down from Teetulpa by one of the ...

    Article : 105 words
  14. LUMPERS FOR THE DIGGINGS.

    A number of Port lumpers and others who have paid one visit to the goldfields returned to Teetulpa on Monday to give the place a trial till Christmas. ...

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  15. MINERS' RIGHTS.

    Up to 12 o'clock on Monday morning twenty-six miners' rights had been issued. ...

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  16. THE ABOLITION OF THE ADVANCED SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.

    Sir—Though it is very late in the Parliamentary session, it is not too late I trust for hon. members to perform an act of justice and expediency before they break up finally. ...

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  17. THE PIONEERS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Sir—Occasionally I notice a letter bearing on the above subject, a matter which has never had the earnest consideration from the Parliament of ...

    Article : 517 words
  18. ELECTORS AT CLEVE AND COWELL.

    Sir—I see by your report of proceedings in Parliament that the Attorney-General opposed a motion for polling-places at Cleve and Cowell in the District of ...

    Article : 214 words
  19. BOARDS OF HEALTH.

    Present—All but Messrs. Christie, Smith, Harris, and Hopkins. Reports.—The Health Officer reported that the catchpits in Hart-street had not been ...

    Article : 91 words
  20. DIRTY TRUCKS.

    Sir—Having occasion to visit the Port I was sorry to see the filthy condition in which the luggage trucks were. I refer to the band-trucks with which the porter remove ...

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