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  2. THE GOLD MINING INDUSTRY.

    The past two years, with their record of reduced gold output and reduced dividends, whilst not altogether justifying the pessimistic reports which have been circulated ...

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  3. LONDON PERSONAL NOTES

    The Agent-General was on Tuesday afternoon among those who attended the meeting convened by the Society of Arts for the purpose of hearing a paper on the ...

    Article : 2,045 words
  4. GENERAL NEWS

    An inquest on the body of John Henstridge, who was found drowned in the Port Adelaide Canal on Saturday, was conducted by the City Coroner, Dr. ...

    Article : 2,302 words
  5. BOOLEROO CENTRE RAILWAY.

    A poll of the ratepayers of the Laura and Booleroo Centre railway district was takes on Saturday, and great interest was taken in the proceedings throughout the day. The ...

    Article : 177 words
  6. AMUSEMENTS.

    Mr. Allan Hamilton's new dramatic company opened a season at the Theatre Royal on Monday night with Robert Ganthony's clever and amusing comedy drama, "A ...

    Article : 1,092 words
  7. ADELAIDE CIRCULATING LIBRARY.

    The trouble which has lately been brewing between the committee and the subscribers of the Adelaide Circulating Library was discussed at a largely attended meeting ...

    Article : 1,190 words
  8. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

    Harvest thanksgiving services were held at the Port Adelaide Presbyterian Church on Sunday, the preachers being the Revs. T. Shanks, M.A., and W. Watt, of the New ...

    Article : 155 words
  9. BIBLE-READING ASSOCIATION.

    Sir—Some time ago it was said in your paper that the Bible Society of this city were to issue booklets with the lists of three schemes of Bible-reading unions. ...

    Article : 524 words
  10. THE DANYSZ MICROBE.

    Sir—There are none so blind as those who won't see, and although Mr. Beukers may not benefit by further enlightenment, that is no reason why the spirit of prejudice ...

    Article : 341 words
  11. LAND VALUES AT THEBARTON.

    Sir—Mr. Stacey still boasts of having worked up a much-needed "ballast" in the council. He tries to escape my charge of inconsistency on the plea that he had not ...

    Article : 317 words
  12. SWEATING.

    Sir—"Disgusted" refers to the intrusion of women into spheres of labor formerly reserved for men. But the reason is nos far to seek. Women are finding ...

    Article : 334 words
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  15. CROYDON RAILWAY-STATION.

    Sir—For several years at intervals the Commissioner of Railways has attempted to prevent the residents of North Croydon from crossing a small reserve at the rear of the north platform and ...

    Article : 324 words
  16. LATEST BROKEN HILL MINING.

    Although all development work at the British mine bus been suspended, mullocking is still being done in the March section. Tenders are being called for building foundations for a power plant ...

    Article : 212 words
  17. EDUCATION AND NATURE.

    Sir—With regard to your leading article in last Friday's newspaper, may I be permitted to quote a remark by the late Professor Robertson Smith, of Cambridge ...

    Article : 113 words
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  19. LITERARY SOCIETIES.

    An entertainment was given on Monday evening in the Hindmarsh Congregational Lecturehall by the pupils of Miss E. Cads in connection with the Hindmarsh ...

    Article : 82 words
  20. BOOT TRADE.

    A largely attended meeting of the female workers in the boot trade was held at the Trades Hall on Monday evening. The vice-president (Mr. D. Willshire) in the chair. Mr. R. P. Blundell, M.P., ...

    Article : 122 words
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