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  2. GENERAL ELECTIONS.

    Mr. DUNGEY addressed the Gladstone contingent of the above district on Thursday evening at the Institute. The Mayor presided. Between sixty and seventy were ...

    Article : 147 words
  3. DISTRICT COUNCILS' ASSOCIATION.

    The quarterly meeting of the District Councils Association was held at the Sir John Barleycorn Hotel on Monday, Marsh 10. The President (Mr. W. Merchant) ...

    Article : 695 words
  4. UNITED STATES.

    Congress has done nothing since my last letter was posted, for the House has been paralyzed by a wrangle about the admission of certain contestants. The ...

    Article : 3,018 words
  5. MINING NEWS

    Tho Central Mine has again become the chief topic of interest in mining circles. Thy striking of the lode at the 4th level has been for como time imminent, and may take place ...

    Article : 183 words
  6. MEETING AT CRYSTAL BROOK.

    On Thursday, March 6, a meeting of the electors was held in the Crystal Brook Institute to hear the views of the intending candidates. Mr. Eagle, Chairman of the ...

    Article : 1,766 words
  7. DISTRICT OF NEWCASTLE. MEETING AT CARRIETON.

    A. meeting of electors took place at Carrieton on Friday, March 7, about 100 being present, to hear the Hon. T. Burgoyne and three new candidates—Messrs. Moseley. ...

    Article : 377 words
  8. MEETINGS.

    BARRIER BISCHOF TIN-MINING Co.—An extraordinary general meeting of shareholders was held in the Exchange, Pirie-street, to consider the question of winding-up. Mr, J. ...

    Article : 68 words
  9. MISCELLANEOUS.

    MOUNT OGILVIE.—The scrip of the Mount Ogilvie Mining Company is now ready for issue. After much delay the title la now complete, and work will be prosecuted with ...

    Article : 610 words
  10. THE ALLEGED MINING FRAUD.

    Sir—Kindly allow me to insert a few lines in your columns re the alleged silver discovery in South Australia, upon reaching Adelaide from Broken Hill in the early part ...

    Article : 931 words
  11. THE BARLEY QUESTION.

    Sir—Being interested in the barley and malt trade, I have felt for many years that the Adelaide brewers in refuging to puchase South Australian barley have been ...

    Article : 481 words
  12. DISTRICT OF WEST TORRENS.

    The electors of West Torrens wore addressed at the Sonthwark Hotel on Monday, March 10, by Messrs. B. J. McCarthy and J. Vardon. Mr. F. Hone presided. Both ...

    Article : 108 words
  13. ADELAIDE SCHOOL BOARD OF ADVICE.

    At the monthly meeting of the Adelaide School Board of Advice, held at the general Post-Office Buildings on Monday afternoon, March 10. there were present Messrs. J. L. ...

    Article : 749 words
  14. DISTRICT OF EAST TORRENS.

    A meeting of electors was hold at the Norwood Hotel en Monday evening, and it was resolved to wait upon Mr. James Shaw, and request him to stand for the representation ol East Torrens. ...

    Article : 39 words
  15. THE MAIN ROADS VOTE

    On Monday afternoon tho members of the Association proceeded to the office of tie Commissioner of Public Works. In the absence of the Commissioner, the deputation ...

    Article : 1,539 words
  16. DISTRICT OF STURT.

    A large and influential meeting was held at the Pier Hotel of the electors of Start on Monday evening, Dr. Morrison in the chair, when it was unanimously resolved that this ...

    Article : 68 words
  17. CANDIDATE.

    BAROSSA.—Sir J. W. Downer, Q.C. ...

    Article : 7 words
  18. MEETINGS.

    To-night, at the fountain inn, Parkaide, and the Unley Inn to consider the question of asking Mr. J. Shaw to stand for the District of Strut. ...

    Article : 24 words
  19. REPORTS.

    [To ensure insertion of reports, which should be brief and pointed, the copy must be legibly written on one side of the paper only, and bear the signature of the Mining Manager or Secretary of the company. ...

    Article : 2,026 words
  20. PORT PIRIE BANQUET AND THE BARRIER TRADE.

    Sir—"Pro Bono Publico" ia trying to answer my letter of 18 th makes no mention of the forty-nine miles of railway from Germein to Orroroc, or the cost of line from ...

    Article : 372 words
  21. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—In your paper appears a letter signed "Thos. Willson," in which the writer takes exception to my proposal to form a Company of South Australian barley-growers for ...

    Article : 486 words
  22. THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION'S REPORT.

    Sir—In your issue of February 211 notice a report of the Civil Service Commission condemning the steam scooping machinery, [?] it as a white elephant and ...

    Article : 216 words
  23. LONG HOURS FOB DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS.

    Sir—Last week my curiosity was aroused by "Crumbs" asking the following question:—"Who is the draper ia Randle-street that keans lady assistants working till the small ...

    Article : 285 words
  24. SPORTING.

    The setting over the V.R.C. Meeting passed off satisfactorily today. Layers of odds as usual hid the best of it, but individual backers have lost some large stakes. ...

    Article : 35 words
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