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GEOLOGICAL EXCURSION.

On Saturday the University students who, are attending the general geology oau'rse made an excursion to' the cliffs near Jlr E, B. Cargilltf residence, §fc' CJair, nnjier the superintendence of their instructtr, '•' lit Binns, J?.GIS. Alter several hours (fpent?4 examining the geological formation of this ground and pofleoting specimens,' notably the rare Muller's glass, or hyalitte the class returned to town. Attention is drected to, the fact that the wire rope whiQhjflards the path down to the beach nelow ir broken m several places. As the cliffs areoepoming a favorite' resort, Visitors must » careful in ascending or'descending, it jk'Mrßinns's intention to take Ibis diss oh sferal similar excnrsidns; ' ' l '' '

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GEOLOGICAL EXCURSION., Evening Star, Issue 7918, 28 May 1889

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GEOLOGICAL EXCURSION. Evening Star, Issue 7918, 28 May 1889

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