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  2. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  3. THE FLOODS.

    MOOROOPNA, Sunday.—The Goulburn River rose rapidly last night. and several people were flooded out. The Chinese gardeners, on whose land there is 3ft, of water, ...

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  4. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The fourth senes of wool sales closed today, when there was animated competition, and prices were very firm. The following were the average prices for ...

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  5. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    The revival of a good stock play is always in interesting experiment, and with "Ingomar," produced on Saturday night at Her Majesty's it was more so than usual, ...

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  6. LEGAL EDUCATION.

    The usual monthly meeting of the Council of the Law Institute was held at the Law Courts on Friday evening last, the president (Mr. Herbert Turner) in the chair. It ...

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  7. ROYAL WEDDING.

    LONDON, June 16.—The marriage of Princess Margaret of Connaught to Prince Gustav Adolf, the eldest son of the Crown Prince and Princess ...

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  8. COUNTRY NEWS.

    On Saturday Mr. Albert Coltman, son of Mr. W. Coltman, succumbed to an attack of pneumonia, at tge age of 24 years. Detectives Armstrong and Montague on ...

    Article : 421 words
  9. MINING INCIDENTS.

    BENDIGO, Sunday.—Two young men were arrested on Sunday, being found in the Confidence Extended mine at California Gully. Rich stone has been worked in the ...

    Article : 332 words
  10. MICE COMMUNICATE DISEASE.

    ST. ARNAUD, Friday.—The health officer of the Ka[?] Kara shire yesterday reported that ouring the last month there had been a number of cases of ringworm in ...

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  11. WHALE IN WESTERNPORT BAY.

    TOORADIN, Friday.—A large whale was seen on Thursday morning in Westernport Bay, between Tooradin and French Island, by Charles Kernot and Archic Mentiplay, ...

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  12. OBSERVATORY WEATHER REPORT.

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  13. RABBIT'S UNUSUAL DENTITION.

    CHARLTON, Saturday. — A rabbit caught by Mr. J. M'Gurk, at Woosang, had two curved teeth, each about an inch and a quarter long. The tooth from the lower ...

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  14. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— Information furnished by a large number of correspondents throughout New South Wales is to the effect that there is likely to ...

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  15. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    Mr. E. N. Moore, P.M., held an inquiry on Saturday regarding the death of an elderly woman, Elizabeth Tant, who died from injuries received through falling from ...

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  16. THEATRES AND ENTERTAINMENTS.

    There was a large audience at the Princess's Theatre on Saturday eveing, when W.W. Jacobs's diverting comedy. "Beaury and the Barge," was repeated by the ...

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  17. CLOSER SETTLEMENT.

    A largely-attended meeting of Keilor shire residents was held in the Shire-hall. Kelo, on Saturday afternoon, Mr. David Milburn, J.P., in the chair. Ex-Councillor ...

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  18. THE TOOWONG MURDERER.

    BRISBANE. Sunday.—Warton, the Toowong murder. who is to be executed tomorrow, is said to be fairly philosophical in regard to his fate. On several occasions ...

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  19. THE RAINFALL.

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  20. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES

    On Saturday afternoon Thomas Purdie, a typewriter employed by the London Ta[?]loring Company, sustained injuries which resulted in his dearth. Purdie lived in ...

    Article : 253 words
  21. COMPULSORY HALF-HOLIDAY.

    Sir,—I have always been in favour of early closing and the Saturday half-holiday; the hours of labour in my establishment being from half-past 8 a.m. to 10 minutes to ...

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  22. JAPAN AND AUSTRALIA.

    Sir,—The interest aroused by may letter of the 5th inst., or rather perhaps by your able and sympathetic article thereon, prompts me to crave space for a few more ...

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  23. SUICIDE IN GAOL.

    The following report was yesterday presented to Mr. Thomas meagher, governor of the Melbourne Gaol:- "On opening hte cell occupied by pri[?] ...

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  24. SISTER SAVED FROM BURNING.

    CASTERTON, Saturday. — Miss Conole, of Dartmoor, pluckily saved her sister from burning to death to-day. The girl was standing by the fireside, when the flames ...

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  25. EDUCATION REFERENDUM.

    Sir,—The editor of the "Tri[?]" seeks to discredit the Rev. P. Carey's slightly. abridged quotation from my 10 minutes' speech, and disclaims, on behalf of the ...

    Article : 250 words
  26. PEA-RIFLE ACCIDENT.

    MOOROOPNA, Saturday.—A boy [?]ed James Walker was shooting rabbits with a pea rifle on Saturday, placed his hand on the muzzle, and the rifle went off, the bullet ...

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  27. UNLOADING A GUN.

    PENSHURST, Thursday.—A young [?] named P. Brock met with a serious accident [?] night. While be was draw[?]g a [?]ge from a muzzle-loading gun the ...

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  28. GEELONG.

    Mr. Harold Morrison, P.M., who succeeds the [?] Mr. G. W. Patterson a[?] police magistrate in the Geelong district, took his [?]eat on the Geelong bench on Saturday ...

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  29. KNOCKED DOWN BY A HOUSE.

    GEELONG, Friday.—Thomas Willey, aged 74 years, [?]rmer, at Bannockburn, when [?] a draught horse out of the stable on Friday, was knocked down and ...

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  30. HOSPITAL PATIENTS SUICIDE.

    BROKEN HILL, Sunday.—Thomas Dixon, a [?]penter, who had been employed at the Gl[?]e Timber Mills for 17 years, committed [?] yesterday morning in the ...

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  31. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—The following are the yields of [?] than gold won in Queensland for the quarter [?] on June 30, as compared with the returns ...

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  32. MINER CRUSHED TO DEATH.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. — A[?] the att[?] [?] was going to w[?] in No. 2 [?] of the Mount [?]oppy Gold Mine yesterday [?] [?] quart[?] occurred, and buried William ...

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  33. THE HOSPITAL ELECTION.

    Sir, It is only [?] [?] of the Hospital committee that Mr. [?] letter, which [?] of to-day, with [?] ...

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  34. HAMILTON.

    A [?] of 250 acres, near Warna[?]nabeal, has been sold, on account of Mr. [?] Albert, of Glenthompson, to Mr. [?] [?] of [?] by Messrs. T. ...

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  35. KILLED ON THE RAILWAY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Robert [?] [?] over by a railway truck at Mu[?] on Friday night, and died yesterday. ...

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  36. LADY HUNTER THROWN.

    PERTH, Sunday.—While riding with the Fremantle hounds yesterday, Mrs. A. Gr[?] [?] of the master of the Sea[?] Hunt Club, fell, and broke her arm. ...

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  37. ALBERT-PART APPEAL.

    Sir, In regard to the appeal [?] on behalf of the woman and four [?] [?] [?] ...

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  38. LICENSING LEGISLATION.

    CASTLEMAINT., Saturday. A deputation, re[?]nting eight tempe[?] and [?]our churches in the Cas[?] and M[?]ldon [?] waited on Mr. [?] ...

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  39. THE NEW MARKETS.

    The movement for the [?] a new wholeside produce market oat South Melbourne was taken up by an independent [?] of market-gardeners, who formed a ...

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  40. MINOR ACCIDENTS.

    [?], Th[?].—A little daughter [?] [?] of [?] had the [?] left hand out [?] with [?] by her [?] playing with [?]. Mr. [?] dressed [?] ...

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  41. THE RAILWAYS.

    A correspondence, [?] the signature of [?] [?] [?] ...

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  42. INFANT STRANGLED.

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  43. ALFRED HOSPITAL.

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  44. NEW CHURCH OPENED.

    INGLEWOOD, Sunday.—Dr. Higgins, [?]ishop of Ballarat, laid the foundation stone of the new Roman Catholic Church to-day, in the presence of a great gathering. He ...

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  45. ORANGE CELEBRATIONS.

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