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  2. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT.

    A youth named William Lawson sustained serious injuries at the Ph[?]nix Foundry on Friday. He was assisting to move a boiler by means of a crane, and ...

    Article : 169 words
  4. WOOL SALES. GEELONG.

    This year [?] fell to the lot of the Geelong brokers to hold the final sale of the year in Victoria, which took place this afternoon. The selection, as is usual so late in ...

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  5. CHILDREN'S FETE AT GOVERNMENT-HOUSE.

    Government-house gardens yesterday afternoon presented an unusually animated appearance, for during four hours 4,000 children had, at the invitation of His ...

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  6. A MEDIUM IN TROUBLE.

    At the Fitzroy Court yesterday, before Messrs. Bennetts and Wheeler, J.P.'s, a young man, described as a herbalist, named Charles Bailey, was prosecuted by ...

    Article : 580 words
  7. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET.

    The second of the series of this season's intercolonial cricket matches for the Sheffield Shield began on the Adelaide-oval to-day, when New South Wales met South ...

    Article : 630 words
  8. THE BUTTY-GANG SYSTEM.

    At the meeting of the Trades-hall Council held last night, and presided over by Mr. A. Hyman, Mr. S. Barker wished to refer to a ...

    Article : 446 words
  9. DEATH IN THE FEEDING BOTTLE.

    Though not turning on the single delivery of milk on certain days of the week, which is customary in Melbourne, the remarks made yesterday by the coroner for Bourke, ...

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  10. ALBURY.

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  11. GEELONG WOOL SALES.

    Messrs. Dennys, Lasclles, Austin, and Co. report:—"We held our eight sale of the season to-day, submitting a catalogue of 1,755 bales of wool to a full attendance of buyers. Competition ...

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  12. DENDIGO.

    At a meeting of the city council on Friday afternoon a communication was received from Mr. B. Deakin, representative of the English syndicate called the British ...

    Article : 167 words
  13. THE GOVERNMENT ASTRONO MER'S FORECAST.

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  14. SYNOPSIS OF THE WEATHER.

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  15. GEELONG.

    The police on Friday afternoon found a man, a stranger to the town, lying in an inscusible condition in a bin near the Moorabool-street pier. They took him to ...

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  16. WARNAMBOOL.

    An inquiry was held at Cudgee on Friday by Mr. Alex. Rollo, J.P., concerning the death of Mr. Wm. Mackey, who was run over by a goods train and killed on ...

    Article : 127 words
  17. COUNTRY CRICKET WEEK.

    The match between the town and country teams was continued yesterday on the M.C.C. ground, and, as far as the first innings was concerned, resulted in an easy win for the metropolitan team. ...

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  18. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The stranded ship Hereward is to be broken up, and the iron towed ashore for disposal. A telegram from Maclean states that a ...

    Article : 134 words
  19. MINING ACCIDENTS.

    Mr. Silas Gay, a shift boss at the Red, White, and Blue Company's mine, died in the hospital on Friday from the effects of the injuries he sustained on the previous ...

    Article : 143 words
  20. ASTRONOMICAL MEMORANDA FOR DECEMBER 17, 1898.

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  21. THE BRISBANE FORECASTS.

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  22. THE LATE MR. JAMES TYSON.

    The Tyson estate formed the subject of an application in the Supreme Court to-day by Mr. John Tyson Doeley and Emily Mulholland, of Brisbane, that Mr. T. W. ...

    Article : 305 words
  23. AN ALARMIST REPORT.

    The Government last week, on a statement made in the Assembly that half the population of Goodooga, including the medical practitioner, was prostrate with ...

    Article : 82 words
  24. BITTEN BY A SNAKE.

    A case of snake-bite occured at Grasmere on Wednesday. Miss Mary Mackinnon, the daughter of a farmer, was carrying a piece of wood, when a snake ...

    Article : 401 words
  25. MARINE STORES IN FASHIONABLE SUBURBS.

    There has been a great agitation in St. Kilda against the establishment of marine store establishments, and strong opposition has been got up against a renewal of the ...

    Article : 358 words
  26. ALLEGED MANSLAUGHTER.

    On November 30 last Charles Lovelace Andrew fell down a chute in the Broken Hill South mine, and was killed. The jury, at the inquest, found that the ...

    Article : 73 words
  27. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  28. TRADES-HALL COUNCIL.

    The ordinary meeting of the Trades-hall Council was held last night, Mr. A. Hyman (president) in the chair. SWEATING. ...

    Article : 641 words
  29. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    James Shaw Smellie, the absconding debtor, who was arrested in New Zealand, was formally charged at the City Police Court this morning, and was committed for ...

    Article : 35 words
  30. OLD AGE PENSIONS.

    It is expected that claims under the Old Age Pensions Act will be paid in March. ...

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  31. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Premier has recieved a cable message stating that Lieut[?] Colonel Chippendall, the new military commandant, will leave for Perth on the 19th inst. ...

    Article : 141 words
  32. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    This morning Mr. Borchgrevink, the leader of the proposed Antarctic Expedition, and his party placed a floral wreath on the statue of Sir John Franklin, in ...

    Article : 172 words
  33. QUEENSLAND AND FEDERATION.

    At a meeting of the Queensland Federation League to-day, Sir Samuel Grif[?] was appointed president, and Mr. Philp (the Treasurer), Mr. J. Drake, M.L.A., Mr. ...

    Article : 49 words
  34. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA.

    SANDFORD, Dec. 16.—Messrs. A. E. Smith and Co. despatched from here to-day by two special trains 3,200 pr[?] fat lambs, consigned to Mr. John Cooke, Newport Freezing Works. The lambs ...

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  35. "A CHURCHGOER IN THE WRONG LINE."

    "As a churchgoer," said the Chief Justice to Frederick Tregaski in the Criminal Court yesterday, "you are evidently in the wrong line." Tregaski was the man who ...

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  36. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE.

    The butter market remains firm, and at yesterday's sales the demand was fairly active. Good factory butter, in new cases, fit for export, is quoted at 9½d. to 9½d.; and ...

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  37. THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL SECRETARYSHIP.

    Sir,—The Melbourne Hospital committee may consider itself fortunate indeed if it secures the services of a gentleman as secretary possessed of all the qualifications ...

    Article : 229 words
  38. NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMEN[?]

    In the House of Assembly to-day, Mr. Cann asked whether, as the Government intended to legislate in the direction of preventing the escape of certain ...

    Article : 534 words
  39. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    BREWARRINA, Dec. 13.—Unable to report any satisfactory change in the weather. The state of the country could not be much [?] and the losses of valuable stock, resulting therefrom, are ...

    Article : 221 words
  40. THE PENALTY OF CURIOSITY.

    A remarkable accident occured last night to a young woman in Warr[?]mbool. She was returning home at 10 o'clock at night, when she heard a dog bark in the yard ...

    Article : 161 words
  41. SUPPOSED SUICIDE AT FITZROY.

    An elderly married woman named Harriett Simpson was found dead yesterday at her residence, at 70 Young-street, Fitzroy, under circumstances which indicate that ...

    Article : 361 words
  42. LATE MINING NEWS.

    KALGOORLIE, Friday.—Hannan's Reward November return is 1[?] tons for [?] Most of the month was taken up in public crushing work. The crosseut is in 50ft., favourable country ...

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  43. CITY FIRES.

    Sir,—The triangular warfare between the three bodies charged with the safety of Melbourne in time of fire needs prompt settlement. ...

    Article : 173 words
  44. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS.

    Meetings of creditors were held and closed before the chief clerk in insolvency (Mr. W. S. A. Pousford) yesterday in the estates of James Thomas Mackey, of ...

    Article : 93 words
  45. SERIOUS STREET ACCIDENT.

    A young man named James Kenna, who is employed by Mr. Joseph Denis, butcher, of 78 Errol-street, North Melbourne, met with a very serious accident last night. He ...

    Article : 210 words
  46. Advertising

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  47. MISHAP TO THE SYDNEY EXPRESS.

    The Sydney express came in to Seymour to-night with one of the axle-hoxes nearly red-hot, and when the train pulled up at the station volumes of smoke issued. A ...

    Article : 104 words
  48. COUNTRY CRICKET WEEK.

    Sir,—It would be interesting to know in what manner the country teams are selected. Take the so-called southern team, for instance. About two-thirds of the ...

    Article : 177 words
  49. KERANG LIVE STOCK MARKET.

    Messrs. Edward Trenchard and Co. report:—"At the fortnightly sale nearly 8,000 sheep were yarded which met with ready sale at prices quite equal to the late good rates. We yarded and sold over ...

    Article : 99 words
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  51. MAIL STEAMERS.

    R.M.S. Himalaya left Suez for Australia on the 15th inst. ...

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