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    The Speaker took the chair at 2 o'clock. A PUBLIC DEFENDER. Mr. REID (Colonial Treasurer) in reply ...

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  4. Rev. James Clarke.

    The hearing of the charges of drunkenness which were preferred against the Rev. James Clarke, of Kogarah, by Mr. C. E. Wilton, was continued yesterday by the ...

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    Mr. C. C. Kingston, the Adelaide Premier, has sent a long letter to Mr. Turner, the Victorian Premier, in reply to one received from him. He ...

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    The usual meeting of the Coachmakers' Union was held last night at the Trades Hall to deal with ordinary business. The president, Mr. R. Adams, the ...

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    Mr. Andrew Fenwick, eldest son of Captain Fenwick, recently returned to Ballina after five years' residence in Sydney, during which time he served ...

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  8. PURITY.

    What is wanted in soap for the skin is that it shall wash and clean without hurt. Pure soap does that, and by pure soap we mean soap without alkali. Pears' soap is pure, for ...

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  10. A New Murray Bridge.

    ALBURY, Saturday.—In the presence of a large number of residents of both sides of the Murray River the new bridge at Hawksview was opened on Friday. ...

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  11. Preparing for the Winter.

    After years of uphill work an important industry has been successfully established by Messrs. Perdriau and Company, of George-street. It is ...

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  12. Political Influence.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—In the Insolvency Court on Friday, Judge Molesworth made some very strong observations upon the question of political influence on ...

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  13. Neutral Bay Flower Show.

    A flower show and exhibition of home industries in connection with the Neutral Bay Presbyterian Church was opened in the Neutral Bay School of Arts last ...

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  14. Burning Property.

    MUDGEE, Saturday.—Mr. T. Webster, of Three Mile Flat, was the victim of a dastardly outrage during Wednesday night, when a large new threshing machine ...

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    Sir,—Kindly allow me to say a few words on the way the P. P. Military Forces are kept waiting for their pay. I quite agree with "Gunner's " letter of the ...

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