A*/rrti

Paragraph operations are made directly in the full article text panel located to the left. Paragraph operations include:. Zone operations are made directly in the full article text panel located to the left.

Zone operations include:. The National Library of Australia's Copies Direct service lets you purchase higher quality, larger sized photocopies or electronic copies of newspapers pages.

You need to login before you can save preferences. The Argus Melbourne, Vic. Since you've made it this far, we want to assume you're a real, live human.

But we need to be super sure you aren't a robot. Skip to content Skip to search. Toggle navigation. Search Filter Limit to issues of this title. Search Advanced Search. Prev issue Next issue Browse issues. Prev page Next page Browse pages. Prev article Next article Browse articles. Close Please wait. Loading browse data Prev column. Next column. Article text Match text View 0 text corrections for this article. Previous article Next article.

Remove extra words Cancel. Paragraphs Paragraph operations are made directly in the full article text panel located to the left. Paragraph operations include: Adjust the order paragraphs Add new blank paragraphs Duplicate an existing paragraph Remove a paragraph Cancel.

Zones Zone operations are made directly in the full article text panel located to the left. Tables Tables. Loading article contents, please wait Line 0. Sturt, Esq.As a part of EPA's efforts to make available better information for environmental decision making we are offering the following publications at no charge.

The Miami metropolis ( January 10, 1908 )

Project Summaries are short synopses of key findings of project reports. These reports present the results of recently completed research, development and engineering work. The summaries convey the essence of a project in terms comprehensible to the technical community at large.

a*/rrti

The complete reports are available only from the National Technical Information Service. Environmental Research Briefs and Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Summaries are also included to keep the research and technical community abreast of current research status resulting from EPA activities. The ORD Publications Announce- ment is published three or four times a year to provide interested parties with access to the broad range of currently available documents produced by the Office of Research and Development.

It will be mailed upon request to individuals who may wish to order this material. Orders are filled until the supply of a particular report is exhausted. The following pages list titles of publications that are available.

Project Summaries are subdivided by subject area. Publications announced for the first time are displayed in bold type. To order any publication, circle the corresponding number on the order form at the back of this Announcement and return the entire back page, with your mailing label attached, to: ORD Publications P. Box Cincinnati, OH If you require more than 35 different Summaries, please send a letter of justification with the order form. Allow four weeks for delivery. We are always interested in improving our support to the users of ORD's information.

If you should experience inordinate delay or other difficulty in receiving material you have requested please contact: Supervisor, ORD Research Inform. Martin Luther King Drive Cincinnati, OH The Administrator of EPA has determined that the publication of this periodical is necessary in the transaction of the public business required by law of this Agency.

Use of funds for printing this periodical has been approved by the Director of the Office of Management and Budget through April 1, Dupont de Nemours and Company, Inc. It you require more than 35 different Summaries, please send a letter of justification. Circle the number of the publications you want to receive and return this page to: ORD Publications P.

Please return this completed page to the address given above. G Print Send Add Share. Notes Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Gregory, W. Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in ? Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain. General Note: Description based on: Vol. The University of Florida George A.

Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder.

Related Items Preceded by: Tampa herald. H: i ,:,:, :. II I, I. To relate? From the. Dollar periinnn- iaidranff. Wilough- smile of love. Press of Florida for tee.

L eeate J heisef-! UtL tA-l'e. For tvel. I wished to hear from I i and agreeable J lady, J land. S 00 you am dire you1 a ' a- ;:ji. Friday ; i. Oftrv to the Captain on Board.

a*/rrti

I1tananrio I 1. M40 "Vou -Nre rcliT. I we will go n. HI ilfound I. Chan eetyt S Monthly New Orleans mihi. I fully fair kin, large blue! Tampa,from: departcarue New Orlean days.

I her "hand A l tnd omp little! TampaStiet :. She tbrqw.Refworks Account Login. BC Historical Newspapers. Featured Collection. Harbour Chamber of Commerce, the Pender Ratepayers organisation and Regional Board have all been actively pursuing the need for a resident doctor and clinic in that area for the past few years. Health Minister Ralph Loffmark has recently given assurance that such facilities will be established. He has made a number of visitsxto the area together with Hon.

Isabel Dawson and is presently negotiating with a well quali- fied doctor who has indicated interest in locating at Pender Harbour. Since that time there has been little further progress until recently when reports of discussions with the Doctor, Mr. Loffmark, Isabel Dawson and local ratepayers, reached the Times news desk. A few weeks ago we interviewed Mr. Loffmark while he was on an unofficial visit to the area.

He had, during his short stay, taken the trouble to inspect the old clinic, also a site that had been offered the Doctor on a development project, and drove around the Madeira Park area.

The Minister told us that he would be meeting Doctor Malcolm Brand later in the week. He indicated that the site he had seen appeared satisfactory, but strongly emphasised the fact that he would have no influence in decision as to ultimate location. This, he said would be entirely up to the doctor who would be free to select and negotiate the best proposal.

Object of any reasonable newspaper is to present news as a public service and. Unfortunately, it would seem, certain individuals, appear to have taken exception to the fact that we have provided information they did not have! From a conversation we had last weekend with a Vancouver Sun reporter it was clear that two or three members of the Ratepayers Association, had sought his support in order to make some kind of big issue of the latest developments as publicised in the Times.

It was, we were told, suggested that we were flaying footsie with a Pender Harbour developer. Misquotes had been given from our reports and, in general terms, the situation was presented as a gigantic crime.

The Times is not interested in joining. Pierre, MP, will'vis- ", it China in August. The invitation to External Affairs Minister Sharp was extended by the Chinese foreign ministry- Approximate dates for the visit are August 11 to August Lu fo,iu,A4. W-t t. Q;f y' Wf'f n FY. L,ru,rtgq aat.

RRTI

V- 9u4t t g v n". A',It Presented by Ziaraat. M''q. AmorlEit theo tl6e a!. Corlil n. TlIe M. Holy hoph. Amy d. St t out of,iih Cod h. Thoy a. St te thd rt h. Ftl d tl! Wy"J";ti6 - dsyrirWZoh. I y:t. Ei 4fr2o d. L2 t t1 ill2cnlw c. F -t 'n4 Z,I, rF h. U-' Jt rE. Aw" t;t iF. Aai;ri6',r, t. Com 'ow tt. Com L l-! Vfu Presented by Ziaraat.

Com t. S- lr:tt"-lrlO. Com fa'! Com rhl6tStt4y"O;,rn? Com iktfCe d,l r Q il". Uv-rwift Presented by Ziaraat.Area is approximately 3, squere miles. Of the total land area, some 1, acres are under some kiud of cultivation;acres are in pasture or woodland. As the Island is volcanic in'prigin and very mountalnous, thls is one of the highest lend-use percentages in the world. If the United Statee produced as much from its soil, per square mile, as Puerto. There is no well-defined rainy season.

Average rainfall on the North Coast is about 60 inches per annum; on the South Coast about half thst and, in the mountains, rninfall figures rise to inches per year.

It is for thia reason that Puerto Ricota hydro-electric development is far. For about a decade, an average of 40? Puerto Rico has three dependencies; Mona Island 20 sq. Bocieties, business firms and other enterprises. The Island was well populated by Indian tribes vlien it was discovered, but the Spanish method of enslavement in the mines so decimated the Indian population.

The population is of Spanish and African negro. The people of Puerto. Rico heve been American citizens since and are thus distinguished from the inhabitants of the Philippines, Samoa, Guam, etc. Puerto Rico is representad in the United States by. There ere 76 uiunicipalities altogether in Puerto Rico; they are the only political subdivisions, there being no counties or states.

Second largest city is Ponce, on the South Coast, with some 50, inhabitsnts. Third city is Mayaguez, on the West Coast, with 48, The Insular Governraent's total-revenues for viere approximately. The Natio nal Income, or the net total earnings of the entire population, in. Basketball and track teams furnish the.

The Florida peninsular ( February 9, 1861 )

A majority of the Island's people play the In sular Lottery, which provides weekly drawings and occasional prizes. The Governor ie appointed by the Presi dent and holds veto power over measures passad by the Insular Le.

Ttr yjr-iti un'. The President also appoints the Auditor of Puerto Rico, whose office regulates governmental accounts. San Juan is the aeat of governraent for Puerto Rico. The Island makes its own tax laws and retains all local revenues. Coffee, formerly more im. In fact, in. Virtually all of the coffee crop is now consumed locally. Sugar is the most importont industiy in Puerto Rico, although its present production is limited by a "quota" established by Federal.

There are Pusrto Rico is also an important pineapple—producing section, Cuba is the only other important east coast competitor, When the trade agreement was sigped between Cuba and the United States, thousands of Cuban acres were planted with pineapples, This caused prices for both Cuba and Puerto Rico to be lower than for several yeers. Puerto Rico has. Puerto Rico manufactures most of the portland cement that is used at the present time, has two largo breweries in addition to a group of scme twenty five distilleries which, annually, produce more rum than any other single country in the world, The peo'ple of P.Print Send Add Share.

Notes Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. General Note: Editor: Walter S. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions.

Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. BROWN lid. I H0I4l ;I Ie. SaarraJa4 'Went'Tfcere his. Morning While! Many Others Were. Mir '. Jaa 1, 'J. Tlet Vkie"nal. W rt": AatMf ,Tk.

C tkiw p t. DIo Nf aM rats. Mo w'. KH r Buk. M as tI. Maty paawn. Jam a. Mt tB4. Psi, u4 1ftfteIa.


comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *