Acts of the Parliament of South Australia

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Government Printer, 1906

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Page 2 - ... conviction, without proof of the signature or official character of the person appearing to have signed the same.
Page 4 - In order to determine the lowest prices or rates which may be paid to any person or persons, or classes of persons, employed either inside or outside a factory or workroom — in wholly or partly preparing or manufacturing any particular articles of clothing or wearing apparel...
Page 32 - Goods which in the Judgment of the Company may be of a dangerous Nature; and if any Person send by the Railway any such Goods without distinctly marking their Nature on the Outside of the Package containing the same, or otherwise giving Notice in Writing to the Book-keeper or other Servant of the Company with whom the same are left, at the Time of so sending...
Page 16 - ... and if of opinion that it has had, or may have, such effect, the Court shall make such alterations as, in its opinion, may be necessary to remove or prevent such effect, and at the same time to secure a living wage to the employes in such trade or industry who are affected by such determination.
Page 26 - ... be employed and continued for protecting the workers from being wetted, and where hot water is used, for preventing the escape of steam into the room occupied by the workers.

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