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  2. SMALL WAGES AND LONG HOURS IN ENGLAND.

    The following is a report as to the condition of nailmakers and small-chain makers tn South Staffordshire and East Worcestershire by the Labour Correspondent of the ...

    Article : 2,520 words
  3. ANNUAL STATISTICS, 1888.—No. II.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 4,127 words
  4. SWIMMING MATCHES AT GLENELG.

    Judge, Mr. T. Eyres; Starter, Major B. Solomon; Timekeepers, Messrs. T. F. Wigley and S. H. Bleechmore; handicappers, Messrs. J. Milne and J. Needham ...

    Article : 1,501 words
  5. CRICKET.

    The attendance at the Adelaide Oval was again satisfactory on Saturday. The above clubs just managed to finish their game in the time allotted for play. On a good wicket the ...

    Article : 958 words
  6. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    Defended Causes.—Mount Eltie Silver-mining Company v. Bock, Sherwood v. Peckham, Weber v. Sutton, Coulter v. Berliner, Gibbs v. Hislop. ...

    Article : 218 words
  7. POLICE COURTS.

    Peter Coll, for drunkenness and indecent language, was fined £2; and Michael Burne, for the latter offence, paid a like amount. Ethel May Read and Emily Maria Read ...

    Article : 212 words
  8. PORT ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16.

    Mary Jane Nankervis was charged on the information of Andrew Cummings with stealing on February 15, at Port Adelaide, 27 yards of ribbon valued 14s. 3d., 26 yards of ...

    Article : 90 words
  9. THIRTY TONS OF SOVEREIGNS.

    The Bank of England has frequently to deal with very large stunt in specie, but it is not often that three millions of sovereigns, weighing thirty tons, are weighed, packed ...

    Article : 449 words
  10. CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN EXPLORING ASSOCIATION.

    Sir—Will yon kindly give me space to criticise the actions of the above public Company which was floated last April to explore and prospect Central Australia. I am a ...

    Article : 1,039 words
  11. THE SECOND PROGRESS REPORT OF THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.

    Sir—The above report is well worthy of careful perusal and I think shows that the Commission is going thoroughly into its work. There is however one portion which I am of ...

    Article : 457 words
  12. FARMERS AND THE LAND TAX.

    Sir—Your articles, the frequent correspondence, and many references made from time to time concerning the above subject has led me to go into the matter with ...

    Article : 672 words
  13. THE GLENELG RAILWAY.

    Sir—I have seldom been more surprised and sorry than to find Mr. J. B. Spence the author of a letter appearing in to-day's Register referring to the present dispute ...

    Article : 643 words
  14. RELIGIOUS NEWS.

    HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES.—On Sunday harvest thanksgiving services were conducted in several of the city and suburban places of worship. In some instances ...

    Article : 151 words
  15. THE FARMERS AND SEED WHEAT.

    Sir—Are there any farmers occupying land suitable for wheat growing who cannot obtain seed wheat? If there ace any, it is almost certain that funds will be subscribed ...

    Article : 111 words
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