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  2. CITY PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY.

    The fifty-fifth half-yearly meeting of this Society was held at National Mutual Buildings, Victoria-square west, on Wednesday evening, the President (Hon. F. Krichauff) in ...

    Article : 287 words
  3. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    [At the Local Courthouse, before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell, S.M., and Justices. Defended Causes. ...

    Article : 128 words
  4. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    Several of the Labour members of Parliament and three of the unemployed interviewed the Premier on Wednesday afternoon to bring several questions under his notice. ...

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  5. THE BAKERS' CONCILIATION BOARD.

    For years past the master bakers and their employes have been negotiating with regard to various matters dealing with the baking trade. Some time ago both sides agreed to ...

    Article : 768 words
  6. MINING NEWS.

    At Block 10 Mine the result of striking the western leg of the lode in the east crosscut from the 1,015ft. level in Campbell's Shaft has been disappointing. The character of the ...

    Article : 244 words
  7. LOCAL COURT.

    R. B. BLUNT (Appellant) V. JESSIE ISABELLA Blunt (Respondent).—Mr. Smith for the appellant; Mr. Lathlean for the respondent This was an appeal from the decision of W ...

    Article : 1,903 words
  8. ANOTHER MEETING IN THE CENTRAL MARKET.

    Mr. R. Wood. M.P., presided over a large attendance of unemployed and others in the Central Market on Wednesday evening. The CHAIRMAN said is grieved him very ...

    Article : 675 words
  9. THE PARA WIRRA GOLDFIELD.

    A goldfield on five or aix hundred acres of private and known as the Hambug Scrub, situated north of and adjoining; the Hamlin and Lady Alice Mines, and continuing ...

    Article : 206 words
  10. PORT ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7.

    MAGGIE CALLAGHAN v. SAMUEL AND ELLEN O'HARA.—£49, for unlawful detention of the plaintiff's goods, namely, one china tea set, and for assault by the defendants on January 4 ...

    Article : 468 words
  11. HINDMARSH INDUSTRIES.

    The art of painting on porcelain has been retarded in South Australia by the absence of a suitable kiln in which to burn tbe material without destroying the colours. Mr. G. Marks ...

    Article : 333 words
  12. MEETINGS.

    EAGLE S.M. Co.—An adjourned general meeting of the above Company na held at Marlborough Chambers, Waymouth-street, on Wednesday evening. The Chairman of ...

    Article : 810 words
  13. ORPHAN HOME FOR GIRLS.

    The monthly meeting of the committee was held at the Home, Carriogton-street, on February 6. Present—Mrs. Reunion (in the chair). Lady Downer. Mesdames ...

    Article : 147 words
  14. ST. PETER'S COLLEGIANS ASSOCIATION.

    The annual meeting of the St. Peter's Collegians Association was held on Wednesday evening at the Church Office, Leigh-street. Mr. G. K. So ward presided. The ...

    Article : 322 words
  15. POLICE COURTS.

    Annie Little, an old offender, had to pay £1 for drunkenness. Jane Harvey pleaded guilty to using indecent language, and was fined in all £1 103. ...

    Article : 132 words
  16. THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL AND THE REAL PROPERTY ACT.

    Sir—I thought we had outlived all the unjust prejudice which Sir Robert Torrens and his coadjutors are said to have created against lawyers in connection with the Real ...

    Article : 301 words
  17. PORT ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7.

    Conrad Annell was charged on remand with having assaulted Water Police-Constable McKay while in the execution of his duty at Port Adelaide on February 1. The constable ...

    Article : 612 words
  18. SMALL BLOCKS NEAR PORT ADELAIDE.

    During the proceedings at the Labour members' interview wish the Premier on Saturday last Mr. MacGillivray, M.P., said he had been unable to find any suitable land ...

    Article : 231 words
  19. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE COMPANY.

    The fifty-fourth ordinary general meeting of shareholders in this Company was held at Insurance Chambers, King William-street, on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. G. Scarfe ...

    Article : 262 words
  20. THE UNEMPLOYED AND THE ADELAIDE CORPORATION.

    Sir—Open confession is good for the soul. After calmly thinking over my letter in reference to the above, I am willing to admit that it is an error of judgment on my part and ...

    Article : 61 words
  21. THE LABOUR TEST.

    Up to Wednesday at noon twelve men bad started crocking stone on the re-serve behind the Destitute Asylum for the purpose of earning a week's rations. ...

    Article : 68 words
  22. MISCELLANEOUS.

    PROSPECTING AT WADNAMINGA.—On Tuesday, February 6, the Commissioner of Crown Lands received the following report from the Government prospectors at ...

    Article : 356 words
  23. ASSISTING THE NEEDY.

    Sir—I understand that it is the intention of the members of the Wanderers' Tourist Party to give an entertainment in aid of the Children's Hospital at an early date in the ...

    Article : 167 words
  24. LYRUP VILLAGE SETTLEMENT ASSOCIATION.

    The total number of members of the Lyrup Village Settlement Association on the Murray up to Wednesday was 124. The Board sat all day on Wednesday considering applications. ...

    Article : 276 words
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    Advertising : 1,426 words
  27. GLENELG: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7.

    Alfred James Temple, for having ridden a bicycle over footbaths at Glenelg, was fined 5s. and costs, 10s. ...

    Article : 28 words
  28. Advertising

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  29. BULLION RETURNS.

    MURCHISON CONSOLIDATED.—January 26—Crushed 150 tons for 133 oz smelted gold: 160 tons Queen for 122 oz.; and 20 tons Connelly for 11 oz. ...

    Article : 29 words
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