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  2. RECENT PUBLICATIONS.

    "Typhoon." By Mele[?]ior Lengie English version by La[?] [?]ving. London: Methuen and Co. This play performed with great success ...

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  3. "AN OLD FOOL OF A POPE."

    Sir—I am a Protestant and an Englishwoman, but I would scorn to call a joke any disparagement of his holiness the Pope. Our first loyalty is to God. Then ...

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  4. ABORIGINES' FRIENDS' ASSOCIATION.

    The Aborigines' Friends' Association have issued a report of their work during 1911-13, being the 54th and 55th years of their existence. The report states ...

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  5. DEPUTATIONS.

    Ministers were again busy on Thursday morning. when their time was chiefly occupied im listening to the requests of a number of country deputations. ...

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  6. IRON KNOB RAILWAY.

    For some time the Northern Associated Municipal and District Councils Railways commdited has viewed with concern the possibility of the Broken Hill ...

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  7. THE MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION.

    The annual meeting of the Municipal Association of South Australia was held at the Town Hall, Adelaide, on Wednesday. Present—The Mayor of Adelaide ...

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  8. MUSIC.

    Mr. I. G. Reimann, of the Elder Conservatorium, leaves for Western Australia on Friday next to conduct the usual musical examinations in that State. ...

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  9. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    Sir-"E. J. Craigie" says his pet theories were not turned down at the last Federal election, but he was turned down because he was not a nominee of one of the great ...

    Article : 644 words
  10. NEW NOVELS.

    "The Man from Nowthere," by Victor Bridges. London: Mills & Boon. The impersonation of one man by another—how often have the changes been ...

    Article : 1,257 words
  11. THE SOCIAL EVIL.

    Sir—May I be allowed to object to Miss Aquilar's assertions about registration? It is too deep a subject for natives of a new country to take up. I spent two ...

    Article : 631 words
  12. EARLY CLOSING OF HOTEL BARS.

    Sir—At the breakfast of the British Medical Association in July at Brighton Dr. Mary Scharbet dealt with the responsibility of the medical profession in ...

    Article : 381 words
  13. EFFECTIVE VOTING.

    Sir—"A Thoughtful Liberal" quotes extracts from former speeches of Labor members that make almost as interesting reading as back numbers of Sir Richard ...

    Article : 415 words
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  16. LICENSING BENCH.

    The quartely meeting of the Mount Gambier licensing Bench took place on Wednesday, Mr. W. Johnstone S.M., presiding. Annie Elizabeth Prior licensee of the Globe ...

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