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  2. ON THE NORTH LINE.

    A travelling correspondent writes:— During the last few years there has been a big boom in the "little towns between Terowic and Burra. Whyte-Yarcowic, in ...

    Article : 625 words
  3. POLITICS AND PLEASURE.

    The Federal Attorney-General (Rp. Glynn) returned to Adelaide on Tuesday from a trip to Tasmania, He gave a representative of The Register the ...

    Article : 513 words
  4. NEW COMMERCE REGULATIONS.

    Recently the Importers and Agents' Association received from the State Collector of Customs (Mr. T. N. Stephens) a copy of the regulations under the Commerce ...

    Article : 789 words
  5. THE FARM AND THE BODY.

    There is a wonderful similarity in the processes of Nature. The highest productivity of a farm and the highest capacity of the body are ...

    Article : 292 words
  6. THE MAN ON THE LAND.

    The invitation extended to sheepowners in various parts of the State to enlighten others similarly engaged concerning the methods they adopt, to provide for the ...

    Article : 1,217 words
  7. THE COUNTRY.

    PORT PIRIE, March 12—The port presented an exceptionally busy appearance last week. One day alone there was nearly 50,000 tons gross of extracolonial shipping ...

    Article : 185 words
  8. THE SOCIAL EVIL.

    From Cecil Gordon Stewart:—"The great problem which relates to the wellbeing of the young, unsophisticated, and ignorant is the system of legalized prostitution. ...

    Article : 757 words
  9. QUESTIONS ANSWERED.

    "A Breeder of Milch Cows." Mount Pleasant.— Cod liver oil is not used for calves much in Australia, but it is extremely useful. From the result of experiments conducted ...

    Article : 137 words
  10. NARROW-GAUGE EXTENSION.

    MALLALA, March 15.—The local railway committee held an important meeting on Saturday. Reports were received from the delegates who had had interviews with ...

    Article : 220 words
  11. COUNTRY COMMENTS.

    NHILL, March 14.—Mr. Henseley. of Diapur, has lost 60 odd sheep out of his well-bred flock. The animals were in as paddock, close to a swamp, and were ...

    Article : 65 words
  12. ELECTION CAMPAIGN.

    At Yorketown on Saturday evening Messrs. E. J. Craigie and A. Short addressed electors for the Wallaroo District. Mr. Craigie. ...

    Article : 970 words
  13. RAIN IN QUEENSLAND.

    CHARLEVILLE, March 15.—Fine rain has fallen over a wide area, and 3.49 has been recorded here since Monday morning. ...

    Article : 22 words
  14. ALLEGED SHOPBREAKING.

    NHILL, March 14.—When Mr. William Brooks, watchmaker and jeweller, made his Usual Sunday morning inspection he found that the window at the back of the ...

    Article : 1,049 words
  15. CURRENT POLITICS.

    Sir—In common with many other folks away from town we wish to have a little reliable information before we follow the instructions of Messrs. Deakin, Peake, and ...

    Article : 399 words
  16. DRY FARMING.

    The value of systematic dry farming was forcefully demonstrated at a recent meeting of the Dawson branch of the Agricultural Bureau, when Mr. Meyers presented ...

    Article : 325 words
  17. SOUTH-EASTERN DRAINAGE MANAGEMENT BOARD.

    At the monthly meeting of the Drainage Management Board held to-day the new secretary (Mr. H. J. Darwent) was present, having taken up the duties on March 1. The Robe District Council ...

    Article : 361 words
  18. ST. PETER'S CATHEDRAL.

    From "J. J. C.":—"I was pleased to note in The Register of March 15 that the Anglican Cathedral management intends to make an effort to erect, a new fence around ...

    Article : 196 words
  19. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    From Arthur O. Thomas, Genders' Buildings, Grentch street:—"Mr. Ashworth's letter in The Register of March 15 is likely to cause a wrong impression. He speaks ...

    Article : 410 words
  20. "MONEY IN WHEAT."

    In our issue of February 4 (remarks The Sydney Morning Herald) a telegram from Trundle stated that a young man had arrived in the district last year without any ...

    Article : 250 words
  21. To the Editor.

    Sir—I do not think it is generally known that, both in the United States and the French Republic, there was a raising of the salaries of legislators sprung on the people ...

    Article : 728 words
  22. PRODUCE AND MINING.

    Rumours were current to-day of a development in the North Kalgurli in the sulphide zone, but the management state that nothing has occurred to add to the value of the mine. It is ...

    Article : 270 words
  23. MISCELLANEOUS.

    "E. T."—Each side of the paddock would be approximately 695.709 yards long. "Argument."—The residential address of Mr. Andrew Carnegie is Skibo Castle. ...

    Article : 174 words
  24. JUDGING AT SHOWS.

    The article published in these columns a few weeks ago on "Judging at Shows" aroused widespread interest, and the opinions advanced by Mr. John Hill were ...

    Article : 413 words
  25. STURT FOOTBALL CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the Sturt Football Club was held at the Unley Town Hall on Tuesday evening. Mr. G. J. J. Rowley presided over a large attendance. ...

    Article : 422 words
  26. CLOSING DISTRICT ROADS.

    From "the Hon. Secretary of the Norwood Cycle and Motor Club":—"For 'Ratepayer of Burnside District Council's information I may say that the Greenhill ...

    Article : 139 words
  27. Advertising

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    Advertising : 282 words
  28. WATTLE BARK INDUSTRY.

    From "A Wattle Grower":—"I should like to bring to notice the present state of our wattle bark industry, and what the effect of allowing South African wattle ...

    Article : 324 words
  29. GENERAL NOTES.

    Dr. Roberts (Veterinary Surgeon at the Wisconsin Experiment Station) sounds this note of warning in connection with the drenching of cattle:—"Perhaps the best ...

    Article : 343 words
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