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  2. THE MAN ON THE LAND.

    The appearance of anthracnose or blackspot in grape vines in Various parts of the State during the last couple of years has aroused considerable interest in this ...

    Article : 547 words
  3. MISCELLANEOUS.

    "O. X."—District councils are not authorized to issue licences for depasturing of cattle on public roads. On the contrary, it is the duty of the council's officer to impound cattle straying on ...

    Article : 73 words
  4. THE COUNTRY.

    ARDROSSAN, September 24.—The Red Cross Circle held its social afternoon in the institute hall on Tuesday. Mrs. C. R. G. Cape presided. The hostesses were Mesdames R. O. Anderson E. ...

    Article : 3,785 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 209 words
  6. BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION.

    Troops of the northern, division (country areas) were inspected during last week by the general secretary (Mr. Gordon Spry), who expressed satisfaction at the progress made. The Peterborough ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,163 words
  7. FRUITGROWERS AND FRUIT FLY.

    The annual meeting of the Sooth Australian Fruitgrowers and Market Gardeners' Association was held at the Congregational schoolroom, Hindmarsh square. Adelaide, on Friday ...

    Article : 698 words
  8. THE POLICE.

    From "DISCIPLINE":—I have been a subscriber to The Register, directly or indirectly, for over 50 years, and I can say this much for that paper, that I have never seen anything in its pages ...

    Article : 540 words
  9. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    1. No letter should exceed 500 words. Any which do will not be considered. Only one side of the paper should be used. 2. Every communication must be accompanied ...

    Article : 96 words
  10. ADELAIDE TO PORT AUGUSTA RAILWAY.

    From THOMAS S. BACKHOUSE:—The cry of the Premier, of the Treasurer, and of other of our Parliamentarians is economy, economy, economy; but at least some of them won't ...

    Article : 1,086 words
  11. THE WHEAT SCHEME.

    From R. S. MILLS:—In The Observer of September 21, under title of "Wheat Scheme: Important Ministerial Statement," I note both Sir Richard Butler and Mr. Hagelthorn take ...

    Article : 1,464 words
  12. THE FRUIT POOL.

    From S. O'FLAHERTY (in reply to Mr. S. Osborne Smith):—I might say that no one was commenting upon the inauguration of the apple pool, but on the subsequent handing over of all ...

    Article : 262 words
  13. HEALTH-GIVING APPLES.

    Why should Australia not celebrate an apple day, or celebrate a whole week devoted to apple-eating, the cleansing of the national blood, and the founding of a ...

    Article : 461 words
  14. THE RURAL VOICE.

    BURRA, September 24.—Shearing operations are practically all concluded on the eastern stations, but those close to Burra are still busily engaged. Toe continued dry spell has enabled teamsters to ...

    Article : 254 words
  15. LABOUR PARTY "SHAMS."

    From "OLD TOM":—It is touching to note the interest being taken by the Parliamentary Labour Party in the welfare of the returned soldier, the farmer, and the police force. What ...

    Article : 193 words
  16. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,433 words
  17. STUDENTS AMONG THE WOOL.

    Roseworthy College students, at the instance of Mr. A. J. Murray, of Mount Crawford, visited Concordia on Thursday co witness the shearing of stud ewes and ...

    Article : 173 words
  18. HANDLING PATRIOTIC MONEY.

    From "FIDUCIARY":—There are in Adelaide accountants and bankers of high repute—men who would willingly act for their country free of charge, as cashiers and secretaries and handle ...

    Article : 80 words
  19. WHEAT HANDLING.

    From "ANGLO-AUSTRAL":—It is now above six years since the writer (after seeing the wasteful and costly system then in use, as now) began by letters in the press and conversation ...

    Article : 566 words
  20. IMPOUNDINGS.

    TRURO (W. G. Treloar, Poundkeeper).—Creamy. white pony mare, aged branded diamond near neck, — over X off saddle. GAMBIER EAST (J. Melntosh, Poundkeeper). ...

    Article : 152 words
  21. "WANTED, CHRISTIAN LEADERS."

    From "AN AUSTRALIAN":—The following extract is taken from a British religious weekly which came to hand last month. After discussion President Wilson's plan—a league of nations ...

    Article : 330 words
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