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  2. LABOR NEWS.

    A meeting of the Australian Workers' Union was held at Flinders-street on Thursday evening. Correspondence was received from the United Labor Party ...

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  3. THE COMING CENSUS.

    Last June Mr. L. H. Sholl I.S.O., was, by permission of the State Government, appointed by the Commonwealth Government to be supervisor of census affairs in ...

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  4. RAIN COMING.

    "The presence of a disturbance over the Bight," said Mr. Bromley on Friday morning, "was responsible for a rapid increase in temperature over the greater part of ...

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  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    A collection of new artists of high repute will open at the matinee at the Tivoli Theatre this afternoon, headed by the six American dancers, who will ...

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  6. FERRO CONCRETE COMPANY.

    The final meeting of the shareholders and debenture holders in the Ferro Concrete Company of Australasia (in liquidation.) was held at Brookman's Building on Friday aternoon. Mr. J. K. ...

    Article : 220 words
  7. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Yesterday the town clerk of Perth sent a letter to the Minister of Defence, drawing attention to the fact that a wood and iron structure was being erected in ...

    Article : 209 words
  8. RACES AT S[?]ALDING.

    SPALDING. March 16.—The annual meeting of the Spalding Racing Club was held on Wednesday afternoon in ideal weather. The number of entries for the various events was very satisfactory. ...

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  9. THE VILLE DE DIJON.

    For three hours the tugs Wato and Euro tugge seaward in their effort to refloat the s[?]randed barque, Ville de Dijon, at Tron ridge on Thursday afternoon, at the ...

    Article : 229 words
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  11. EXPORT OF BUTTER.

    On Friday, at the Customs Office G.P.O., before Mr. T. N. Stephens, South Australian Collector of Customs, an enquiry was held relative to certain, engagements of ...

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  12. THE COUNTRY.

    BULL'S CREEK, March 16.—A series of special celebrations in connection with the jubilee of the Bull's Creek Metodist. Church have been held this week. The ...

    Article : 406 words
  13. HANDBALL.

    The handball contents of last week caused some excitement at tap C.B.O. grounds. The following are the results of the second series of games played.—[?] Heenan and. J. Ryan, 21, beat ...

    Article : 188 words
  14. QUEENSLAND.

    Captain Richardeon, who is leaving to take command of he naval forces in Victoria, was farewelled by the members of the United Service institute last night. ...

    Article : 329 words
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  17. UNIVERSTIY OF ADELAIDE.

    Pass List.—Property, Part 1.—Third class (in order of merit)—Joyner, Max Frederick; Regan, James William. Constitutional Law.—None passed. Law of ...

    Article : 55 words
  18. THE SOUTH BLOCKS.

    A telegram from our Melbourne correspondent last night stated:—The general manager of the Broken Hill South Blocks says it will be necessary to discontinue the night shift at the ...

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  19. BULLION RETURNS.

    Block 10, week ended March 15.—"Crude ore treated, 1,678 tons, assaying 13.1 silver, 14.5 lead, and 15 per cent. zinc. Concentrates produced, 220 tons, assaying 37.6 silver, 52.4 lead, and 6.2 ...

    Article : 33 words
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