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  3. DOOLEY v. MURPHY.

    A Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy appeared as the prosecutrix in a case at the Water Police Court, to-day, wherein she charge a little dressmaker named Glara Dooley with ...

    Article : 513 words
  4. LATE CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 2.50 p.m.—The party continued its obstruction in the House of Commons until 3 o'clock this morning. Nine divisions were taken. The ...

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  5. LANDS COMMISSION.

    The Lands Commission (Mr. Justice Owen) sat again this morning in the Lands Department Building, Bridge and Loftus streets, City Mr. Hanbury Davies, instructed by Mr. J. W. ...

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  6. GOOD GROG.

    Mr. Bent, the Victorian Premier, is fond of direct end plain statements, and, therefore when replying to a deputation from "the liquor trade" yesterday, it was not surprising that he ...

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  7. Kaiser's Activity.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 2.50 p.m.—The German Emperor has intimated that he wishes to visit the King of Denmark at an early date. ...

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  8. RETIRED CHAMPIONS.

    MR. E. W.Q'SULLIVAN writes in our columns urging the claims to employment under Government of "retired champions," if we may adopt a nomenclature for a number ...

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  9. LOCOMOTIVES.

    The precis of papers and facts relating to the proposed local manufacture of locomotives, laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly yesterday by the Premier, makes no reference to ...

    Article : 315 words
  10. A HISTORICAL PARALLEL.

    The outspokenness of the Zemstvos' Congress recently held in Moscow has a historical parallel history is frequently guilty of tedious repetition. The earlier instance occurred when the ...

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  11. Dyed Meat.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 2.50 p.m.—The Food. Commissioner of the State of Pennsylvania (U.S.) has instituted proceedings against the Beef Trust for selling meat ...

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  12. Randwick Training.

    Though the Spring Meeting of the A.J.C. is a long way ahead, trainers have had several grass tracks to work their charges on during the last few months, and this morning the ...

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  13. British Volunteers.

    LOND0N, Wednesday, 2.50 p.m.—Three companies of the 1st Dorset Artillery Volunteers have refused to submit to the medical examination ordered by the Army Council ...

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  14. ON FLAT LIFE.

    It is stated by Melbourne house and land agents that the lessened demand in that city for suburban residences is chiefly due to the increasing tendency to live in city flats, either ...

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  15. Pirated Music.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 2.50 p.m.—The police have seized 287,000 copies of pirated music in London. ...

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  16. REJECTED SUITOR.

    Rejected by one of the waitresses to whom he bad proposed marriage, Lancelot Kenneth Hutchinson, 24, a cook, employed by Mr. Joha Smith, restaurant-keeper, 76 Market-street, last ...

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  17. YELLOW FEVER AT NEW ORLEANS.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 2.50 p.m.—There has been an outbreak of yellow fever at New Orleans, the chief city of Louisiana (U.S.), and since the 13th instant 154 cases ...

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  18. ROZHDESTVENSKY AT TOKIO.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 2.50 p.m.—Admiral Rozhdestvensky has undergone a successful operation at Tokio. A piece of bone was removed from his head. ...

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  19. LUCKY TRAM CONDUCTOR.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 2.50 p.m.—The law courts at San Francisco have given a tram conductor of Russian birth an estate worth £200,000, which came through his late wife. ...

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  20. MISS ROOSEVELT IN JAPAN.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 2.50 p.m.—Miss Alice Roosevelt (daughter of the United States President) and Mr. W. H. Taft, the American Secretary of War, have had an ...

    Article : 35 words
  21. EPPING RACES.

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  22. FINANCIAL TROUBLE IN HUNGARY.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 2.50 p.m.—Financial difficulties are impending in Hungary owing to the conflict between Baron Fejevary, the Premier, and the municipalities, ...

    Article : 91 words
  23. THE ROLL OF SOLICITORS.

    The Full Court to-day made an order allowing Sidney Alfred Fullford to have his name removed from the roll of solicitors. Mr. Kelynack, who appeared for the ...

    Article : 115 words
  24. REFUSED BY A WAITRESS.

    An "Evening News" representative saw the waitress in question, an attractive, fair-haired girl, about 18 years of age, by name Florrie Martin. It was quite true, she said, that ...

    Article : 267 words
  25. BACK AGAIN.

    The statement of the Commonwealth Premier in the House of Representatives yesterday declaratory of the policy of his Government is taken, and was probably intended, to bring ...

    Article : 280 words
  26. TALLOW SALES.

    LONDON, Wednesday, 1.35 p.m.—At the sales of Australia tallow to-day casks were offered, of which 781 were sold. Prices were.—Mutton, fine 28s 9d, medium 26s; ...

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  27. DEATH OF MR. W. E. SPARKE.

    Mr. William Edward Sparke died this morning, at half-past 8 o'clock, at his residence, "St. Monan's," Elizabeth Bay, in his 75th year. Mr. Sparke was on old identify of Sydney, ...

    Article : 115 words
  28. KISSING THE BIBLE.

    A witness in a case at the Central Police Court the Bible performed the operation of kissing in the air, the book being about three ...

    Article : 87 words
  29. DEAD BABY FOUND AT HOMEBUSH.

    About 7 o'clock this morning a boy named Alexander Wilson found the baby of a newly born baby wrapped up in newspapers on a vacant piece of land off Abbotsford-road, ...

    Article : 89 words
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