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  2. LABOR NEWS.

    On Monday the council of the South Australian Railway and Tramway Service Association met at the Trades Hall. The following reply from the Railways ...

    Article : 1,269 words
  3. THE LAND AND THE PRODUCER.

    Mr. S. McIntosh (Director of Irrigation), who is now touring Europe to see how irrigation is conducted there, writes to the Commissioner of Crown Lands ...

    Article : 1,964 words
  4. SPORTING NEWS.

    To-day "The Chronicle," which is well illustrated, is published, and leaders will lind it an interesting number. All branches of sport have been catered for. "Tatlara" ...

    Article : 6,468 words
  5. LIBERAL UNION.

    At a meeting of the Hamley Bridge branch of the Liberal Union the president (Mr. James Bell) presided over a fair attendance. A ...

    Article : 337 words
  6. HOW TRAVELLERS ARE FLEECED.

    You must understand that the waites and all the other servants of a European hotel make their living out of the tips that are given them (writes Mr. Alphonse ...

    Article : 1,090 words
  7. YOUNG DESPERADOES.

    How two boys whose spirits had been fired by tales of Red indian fighting, secured a revolver and attacked some Boy Scouts was related at Manchester Police ...

    Article : 653 words
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