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  2. A COOLGARDIE SCHOOLMASTER'S CLAIM.

    In the Local Court to-day J. P. Murtagh, a schoolmaster, sued to recover £48 from John Rigg, for the school fees of four children. The defence was a denial of a contract ...

    Article : 503 words
  3. THE COMMISSIONER OF WORKS AT BUNBURY.

    Mr. F. H. Piesse, Commissioner of Railways, accompanied by Mrs. Piesse and Mr. T. C. Hodgson, engineer for the sewerage and towns water supply branch, and who ...

    Article : 1,580 words
  4. TELEGRAMS.

    James Cotton was admitted to the Mudgee Hospital to-day suffering from frightful burns. He was camped in a tent at Capertree and fell in a fit on to his face, ...

    Article : 884 words
  5. CABLEGRAMS.

    Mr. G. H. Keid, the Premier of Now South Wales, was interviewed yesterday at Vancouver, the terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway. ...

    Article : 124 words
  6. CABLEGRAMS.

    Rinaldi, alias Golli, tho assassin, who murdered S[?]r Canovas del Castillo, the Spanish Premier at Santa Fagueda on Sunday last, is ...

    Article : 344 words
  7. NEWS AND NOTES.

    PERTH ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY.—A rehearsal will be held to-night at the College of Music, William-street, under Dr. Summers' direction. An announcement appears in ...

    Article : 5,512 words
  8. CABLEGRAMS.

    A testimonial is being subscribed to for Kumar Shri Ranjitsinhji, the famous Sussex cricketer, who will shortly accompany Mr. A. E. Stoddart's ...

    Article : 349 words
  9. COLONIAL PARLIAMENTS.

    To-day in the Legislative Council the District Councils Bill as passed by the Assembly was treated as an emergency measure and passed. The Chief Secretary ...

    Article : 501 words
  10. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The returns of the Board of Trade for the month ending July 31, have been published. Compared with the figures for the ...

    Article : 51 words
  11. COUNTRY.

    There was a crowded house at the Mechanics' Institute yesterday evening, the occasion being a lecture by Mr. Ralph Brown, on "My trip round the world [?] ...

    Article : 893 words
  12. THE CLIMATE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 405 words
  13. COLONIAL TROOPS IN ENGLAND.

    At Tattersall's yesterday thirty-six of the horses brought to England by the New South Wales Mounted Rittes were offered at auction. ...

    Article : 265 words
  14. THE LOSS OF THE STEAMER ADEN.

    A report has been issued by the Board of Trade referring to the loss in June last of the P. and O. steamer Aden off the island of Socotra, in the ...

    Article : 103 words
  15. THEATRE, ROYAL.

    A crowded audience in the stalls and gallery and a good attendance in the dress circle patronised Mr. Darrell's exciting drama, "The King of Coolgardie," at the ...

    Article : 76 words
  16. BENEFIT TO MR. PAT MELTON.

    A complimentary benefit will be tendered to Mr. Pat Melton, the popular comedian, by the Gaiety Music Hall Company this evening. The performance will take place ...

    Article : 67 words
  17. FLOODS IN EUROPE.

    Disastrous floods are reported from Austria and Hungary. In Austria the crops have been seriously injured, and it is expected that Hungary, owing to ...

    Article : 46 words
  18. RECOGNITION OF GOD.

    SIR,—There seems to be much misapprehension on this point of recognising God. Thoughts expressed by the deputation of yesterday would give the idea that the ...

    Article : 444 words
  19. MINSTREL ENTERTAINMENT.

    To-night a minstrel entertainment will be given by the Highgate Minstrels in St. Alban's Hall, Highgate, a number of ladies and gentlemen favourably known to ...

    Article : 75 words
  20. RUSSIA AND GERMANY.

    The German newspapers are jubilant in consequence of the marked cordiality with which the Kaiser and the Empress have been received by the ...

    Article : 40 words
  21. CARL HERTZ'S SEASON.

    On Monday evening next the Cremorne Theatre will, no doubt, be crowded to its utmost capacity upon the first appearance in Perth of the clever conjurer and ...

    Article : 274 words
  22. EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN.

    News has been received from the Soudan respecting the advance of the Egyptian expedition. The report states that Major-General ...

    Article : 111 words
  23. THE WRECK OF THE TASMANIA.

    The steamer Tasmania inquiry has been practically concluded, but it is probable that the evidence of some of those who were in the carpenters' boat will be taken, ...

    Article : 151 words
  24. SCULLING.

    Articles have been signed by W. A. Barry, the English sculler, and George Towns, of the Hunter River, New South Wales, to row for a stake of ...

    Article : 128 words
  25. SNOW AT SOUTHERN CROSS.

    Rain fell all last night. Fourteen points have fallen, and it is now (10 a.m.) snowing, and is bitterly cold. The thermometer fell 2deg. in one hour this morning. ...

    Article : 37 words
  26. BRITISH COLUMBIA.

    Sir Wilfred Laurier, the Canadian Premier, has declared it to bo the intention of the Canadian Government to reduce the area of the "placer" or ...

    Article : 69 words
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