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  • FEDERAL POLITICS. A THREATENED CHALLENGE. REPLIES TO MR. REID.

    It was freely stated in the Federal lobbies this evening that the Ministry would be challenged in the House of Representatives to-marrow. Mr. Watson (Leader of ... [Article] (1104 words)
  • ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. INSOMNIA AND WANT OF WORK. MELBOURNE, September 13.

    Mr. Chaires Mav. station manager, who recently began business at a commission agent, attempted this morning to committee suicide by shooting himself in the body ... [Article] (138 words)
  • THE NEW GUINEA AFFRAY. THE MERRIE ENGLAND BEGAN IT." EXCUSES FOR JUDGE ROBINSON. MELBOURNE, September 13.

    The report of the royal commission Judge Murrey appointed to enquire into the circumstances attending the affray at Goaribari Island. British New Guinea on March ... [Article] (1892 words)
  • HEW GUINEA MASSACRES. FURTHER DETAILS. SYDNEY, September 13.

    Dr. Brown, of the Methodist mission, has received letter from friend in New Britain, in winch references are made to the massacre of missionaries. It is stated that ... [Article] (373 words)
  • STATE PARLIAMENTS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, September 13.

    The Foxes Destruction Bill, which makes it mandatory for municipal councils to pay a bonus of 2/6 of which the Government will contribute half, for the sealps and ... [Article] (95 words)
  • WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH September 13.

    The Premier (Mr. Dagtish) stated in the Legislative Assembly to-day that measures which the Government would introduce during the present session would include ... [Article] (117 words)
  • INFANT SCALDED TO DEATH.

    Circumstances of the death of George Richard Stock, and 18-Months-old infant, which, took peace at the parents residence, Ballarat, were peculiarly. pathetic. The ... [Article] (102 words)
  • NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, September 13.

    While a cargo of 90 tons of sulphur was being discharged from a punt at Rozelle Whart a loaded truck which had been aken to the top of a steep rise broke away ... [Article] (124 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, September 13.

    In the Legislative Council to-day the Attorney General's motion deprecating the introduction of Chinese labair into the Fransvaal was carried on the voices. ... [Article] (27 words)
  • VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, September 13.

    At a meeting of the Victorian Cricket Association, a letter was received form the New South Wales Association, asking the Victoria Association to send a second ... [Article] (157 words)
  • THE COMMONWEALTH. THE PARLIAMENT. MELBOURNE, September 13. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The Speaker (Sir Frederick Holder, S.A.) took the chair at 2.30 p.m. The Count Out

    Sir William Lyne (N.S.W.) rose to make a personal explanation. On Friday he had spoken for some time on the question before the House, and at the finish of the ... [Article] (1812 words)
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  • STEPHENSON'S MUSICAL COMEDY SEASON.

    The booking for the 14 performances of Mr. George Stephenson's new English Musical Comedy Company will open this morning at Marsballs and the enquires at the ... [Article] (287 words)
  • GENERAL NOTES. MELBOURNE, September 13, —Dispatch of English Mails.—

    The central postal authorities state that they cannot understand why the R.M.S. India should have been slowed down while crossing the Indian Ocean, as a ... [Article] (349 words)
  • AMUSEMENTS. THE GLACIARIUM.

    The lee Palace Skuting Company's rink continues to attract large numbers nightly, Frequent practice on roller skates inspires much confidence in the majority of ... [Article] (52 words)
  • FISK JUBILEE SINGERS.

    Four new artists will arrive direct, from America to-day to join the Fisk Jubilee Singers in their tour of the north. The company will reappear in Adelaide shortly. ... [Article] (427 words)
  • LITERARY SOCIETIES-UNION. ANNUAL COMPETITION.

    The South Australian literary Societies' Union has its periods of prosperity and adversity, but the mutual literary competitions are always splendid successes. The ... [Article] (1209 words)
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  • NOTES AND QUERIES. —Children's Hospital Staff.—

    "Simpatia" comments:—."As a supscriber to, and one who takes an interest in the welfare of, that invaluable institution. (Le Children's Hospital, may I express my ... [Article] (1833 words)
  • FROM THE WORLD'S PRESS. —Burns Relies Sold in London.—

    At Sotheby's, in London, last month, a copy of the extremely rare Kilmarnock edition of Burns's r poems. was sold. It was bound in crushed red moreo., in a green ... [Article] (986 words)
  • MISCELLANEL'S

    "H.B.S."—The matter shall be attended to "J Hooper."—To destroy Oxalis cerbita (sourcops) cut up every leaf and stem directly it comes up through the surface. It will take ... [Article] (215 words)

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