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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 72 words
  3. A BOOM IN FOWLS.

    If Mr. Laurie succeeds in inducing breeders to grow good table fowls, he will easily have earned his salary. The birds that we see hanging in markets now arc only ...

    Article : 1,453 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 105 words
  5. MR.RUDYARD KIPLING AND LITERATURE.

    At the Royal Academy banquet in London on May 5 the toast of "Literature" was responded to by Mr. Rudyard Kipling, who said:-A great and I frankly admit a ...

    Article : 1,596 words
  6. RURAL INDUSTRIES.

    No fruit disease, according to Mr. G. R. Laffer, presents such serious aspects as bitter pit. At the meeting of the Advisory Board of Agriculture on Wednesday he ...

    Article : 283 words
  7. THE COUNTRY.

    MOUNT GAMBIER, June 12.—The Premier (Hon. T. Price) and the Treasurer (Hon. A. H. Peake) visited the public school this morning and were met by the members ...

    Article : 778 words
  8. CURRENT POLITICS.

    Sir-Your correspondent "No Surrender," who, securely sheltered behind a noin do plume, displays such desperate valour in firing upon his friends in the Single Tay ...

    Article : 649 words
  9. NORTHERN TRAINS.

    PORT PIRIE, Juno 12.—At last night's meeting of the town council a letter was received from the Town Clerk of Kadina stating that a deputation had been ...

    Article : 109 words
  10. A MODEL FARM.

    MINLATON, June 12.—Mr. Peter King, of Koolywurtie, is one of the few remaining original settlers in, one of the most prolitic districts of Yorke's Peninsula. The ...

    Article : 510 words
  11. CLAIMS OF PORT PIRIE.

    PORT PIRIE, June 12.—At last night's meeting of the town council, the Mayor (Mr. M. C. Copinger) brought forward the long-debated question of having Port Pirie ...

    Article : 167 words
  12. ADVISORY BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.

    Present—The Chairman (Mr. J. Miller), Col. Rowell, C.B., Prof. Perkins. and Messrs. A. Molineux, C. R. Laffer C. J. Tuckwell, C. J. Valentine. C. Willcox. G. Jeffrey and A. M. Dawkins ...

    Article : 892 words
  13. BOER RIFLES FOR MOUNT GAMBIER.

    MOUNT GAMBIER. June 12.—The Treasurer (Hon. A. H. Peake) on behalf of the Government, has agreed to present the institute museum with four ...

    Article : 2,967 words
  14. TUMBY BAY MAIL SERVICE.

    Mr. P. D. Haggart, secretary of Adelaide Steamship Company, in response to the complaint from Tumby Bay, published, in The Register, states that the reason why ...

    Article : 106 words
  15. To the Editor.

    Sir—Several letters have recently appeared in The Register criticising the members and the methods of the Single Tax League, two of which especially (those by "No ...

    Article : 494 words
  16. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Wallsend pits continued idle to-day. The wheelers refused to resume work until their wages have been increased. ...

    Article : 26 words
  17. WOOLCLASSING.

    WILMINGTON, June 12.—Mr. Mathews (Government wool expert) visited the town last evening, and gave a lecture and practical exhibition of woolclassing to a ...

    Article : 1,006 words
  18. A SOLICITOR'S SUICIDE.

    At the inquest concerning the death of Mark A. Williamson, a prominent Sydney solicitor, evidence was given to the effect that Williamson endeavoured to obtain a ...

    Article : 90 words
  19. NEW INSTITUTE HALL.

    MOUNT GAMMER, June 12.—The foundution stone of the new institute hall was laid this afternoon by the Premier (Hon. T. Price) in the presence of an ...

    Article : 607 words
  20. THE CASE OF RAVEN.

    Nicholas Walpole Raven, an elderly man, concerning whose guilt or innocence on a charge of haying maliciously wounded his I son-in-law. with intent to do grieviously ...

    Article : 103 words
  21. COALOWNERS' ULTIMATUM.

    The proprietors of the Pelaw Main Colliery are tired of the dispute with the clippers, and have given an ultimatum to the ...

    Article : 174 words
  22. Advertising

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    Advertising : 395 words
  23. SERIOUS MINING ACCIDENT.

    Mr. Thomas Hebbard, underground foreman of the Central Mine and brother of the manager, met with a serious accident on Tuesday night. He was inspecting ...

    Article : 63 words
  24. TASMANIA.

    A narrow escape from serious disaster occurred at Campbelltown to-day. A brakeload of show visitors capsized in High street owing to the reins breaking and the horses ...

    Article : 96 words
  25. Advertising

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    Advertising : 86 words
  26. WHO IS THE MUZZY SCOTSMAN?

    The Daily Chronicle writes:—The hear ther is on fire. In his academy speech, responding to the toast of "Literature," Mr. Rudyard Kipling said—"If a tinker in ...

    Article : 283 words
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