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Page 272 - I. ; and in the event of its continuing one month in arrear, after such application, the Council shall have the power, after suitable remonstrance, by letter, in the form so provided (Form K.), of erasing the name of the defaulter from the Register or lists of the Institution.
Page 244 - ... the roof ; the bottom end of this pipe or tube I would continue to the bank of the pit ; and as, in the case of water, you proceed to remove the accumulation by a...
Page 77 - President, in the Chair. The SECRETARY read the Minutes of the last Meeting, which were confirmed, and the names of new candidates were announced, after which the following paper was read : — EARTH CURRENTS.
Page 271 - Members to meet together at fixed times to discuss the means for the ventilation of Coal and other Mines, the Winning and Working of Collieries and Mines, the Prevention of Accidents, and the Advancement of the Sciences of Mining and Engineering.
Page 272 - In case of non-election, no mention thereof shall be made in the Minutes, nor any notice given to the unsuccessful Candidate.