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  • INTER-STATE NEWS BY SUBMARINE CAMBLE. COPYRIGHT FROM OUR SPECIAL. VICTORIA. VICTORIAN LEATHER. CONDEMNED BY WAR OFFICE. MELBOURNE, September 13.

    The adverse reports of the War Office on the samples of Australian leather submitted by the Agent-General, Mr. Taverner, led that gentleman to apply to ... [Article] (207 words)
  • NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, September 13.

    A punt containing 90 tons of sulphur was being unloaded at Rozelle Wharf this morning, when a loaded truck broke away, and crashed into the punt ... [Article] (198 words)
  • SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, September 13.

    The Tyser liner Mimiro, which arrived from Liverpool to-day, reports having had a most boisterous voyage. Troubles began after crossing the meridian of the ... [Article] (67 words)
  • WEST AUSTRALIA. PERTH, September 13.

    In the Assembly to-day Mr. Wallace Nelson gave notice of his intention to move that in view of the altered conditions subsequent upon federation, a ... [Article] (58 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, September 13.

    In the Legislative Council the Attorney-General's motion deprecating the introduction of Chinese labour into the Transvaal was carried on the voices. ... [Article] (28 words)
  • STOCK EXCHANGE. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. HOBART.

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  • THE COMMONWEALTH BY SUBMARINE CABLE COPYRIGHT (FROM OUR SPECIAL.) THE GOARABARI INCIDENT. COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. LATE JUDGE ROBINSON. RESPONSIBLE FOR THE AFFRAY.

    The report of Judge Murray on the shooting of natives at Goarabari, New Guinea, was laid on the table of the Federal Route of Representatives to-day. ... [Article] (1797 words)
  • TASMANIAN TELEGRAMS (From Our Own Correspondents.) BURNIE, September 13.

    At a Court of Mines, before Mr. Commissioner Hall, Lee Clark objected to a lease for 80 acres being granted to J. H. McFarlane, adjoining the Copper King ... [Article] (185 words)
  • HOBART BOARD OF ADVICE.

    This board held its usual monthly meeting on the evening of Tuesday, the 13th inst. Present—Messrs. A. J. Taylor (chairman), G. P. Adams, John O'Boyle, ... [Article] (101 words)
  • LAUNCESTON. (From Our Own Correspondent.) (By Electric Telegraph.) September 13.

    Petition for liquidation of estate filed to-day with Registrar in Bankruptcy by Joseph John Parker, of Launceston, carpenter. Estimated debts, £90. ... [Article] (153 words)
  • THE WEST COAST (By Electric Telegraph.) (From Our Special.) FATAL MINING ACCIDENT. ZEEHAN, September 12.

    Thomas Henry Carey, aged 23, who was engaged trucking and pumping, in the Silver Spray workings of British Zeehan mine, was found dead in the ... [Article] (455 words)
  • SPORTING. GENERAL NOTES.

    Entries for-the Hobart Hunt Club race meet at Risdon-park on September 24 close with the secretary, Mr. R. D. Brent, on Friday evening next. ... [Article] (963 words)
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