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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,721 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    There has been no falling-off in the activity displayed at the different local collieries, and everything points to the current pay equalling, If not surpassing, that distributed ...

    Article : 258 words
  4. THE SPRINGBOKS.

    After a pleasant trip over in the train the South Africans arrived from Melbourne yesterday. At the station they were met by representatives of the Australian Board of ...

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  5. CASUALTIES.

    Thomas Carroll, 42, fell from a truck at Darling Harbour yesterday, sustaining injuries to the head and face, and slight concussion. He was taken to the St. Vincent's ...

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  6. VICTORIA.

    In the Criminal Court to-day Frank Harrop and Henry Ladd were charged with shopbreaking and stealing. On the night of October 21 the premises of Ray M'Dougall, ...

    Article : 75 words
  7. FELL THROUGH A SKYLIGHT.

    William Oldham, 26, a contractor, living at 104 King-street, Newtown, was superintending the work of a gang of men engaged in pulling down an old building in ...

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  8. THE EDUCATION CONFERENCE.

    It is practically certain that no representative of the Education Department will be sent to the Imperial Education Conference, to be held in London in April next. ...

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  9. KILLED BY A BLOW.

    The Coroner held an inquest to-day into the circumstances of the death of Ernest Gunter, 24 years of age, who was knocked down in a street brawl on November 3. The evidence ...

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  10. CIRCULAR SAW ACCIDENT.

    Whilst working at the Ourimbah sawmills yesterday John Muir, a labourer, fell against a circular saw, with the result that his right hand was severed close to the wrist. A local ...

    Article : 60 words
  11. A LABOURER KILLED.

    A middle-aged man, whose name is supposed to be Farrier, was assisting to displace some stonework at Messrs. Turner and Henderson's old building in George-street, near ...

    Article : 103 words
  12. UNION OF CHURCHES.

    At the luncheon to-day in connection with the annual session of the Baptist Union of Victoria, the Rev. Professor Adam conveyed to the union greetings from the council of ...

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  13. THE CHURCHES.

    Yesterday at Caniaba a big picnic and concert were held to celebrate the opening of the new Methodist Church. Owing to bad weather the building is not quite completed. ...

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  14. FATAL MINING ACCIDENT.

    George Thomas Barnes, 28 years of age, a deputy, was killed instantly by a cage accident at the Heddon Greta colliery this morning. No one saw the accident. Deceased was ...

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  15. PROTEST AGAINST MILITARISM.

    The following motion was adopted by the Baptist Union to-day,—"That this assembly of the Baptist Union of Victoria regrets the necessity of recent military legislation, and ...

    Article : 75 words
  16. A SEVERE CRUSHING.

    Mr. Chas Woods, son of Mr. Robt. Woods, of Glencoe, near Glen Innes, recently had his left leg badly broken in two places through getting jammed between a shed and ...

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  17. THE HOSPITALS.

    The committee of the Macleay District Hospital are issuing a special appeal for funds to carry on the work. They point out that unless the public respond more liberally they ...

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  18. TRAMWAY UNION.

    The newly-formed Australian Tramway Employees' Association has now a membership of 1001. ...

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  19. MISSIONARIES' SALARIES.

    The pay of home missionaries was discussed at to-day's session of the Baptist Union. The Rev. F. J. Wilkin said there were 16 men receiving £120 a year and upwards, and four of ...

    Article : 151 words
  20. IRISH BLIGHT.

    Orders were passed by the State Executive Council to-day prohibiting the removal of potatoes from the parishes of Belfast, Koroit, Yangery, Warrong, and Yarpturk, in the ...

    Article : 57 words
  21. THE SCHOOLS.

    An additional teacher has been appointed to the local school. Miss M'Kenna, late of Dubbo, arrived here to take up the position. ...

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  22. UNIFORM FRUIT STANDARD.

    Representatives of the Victorian Fruitgrowers' Association interviewed the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Graham) to-day, and, in accordance with the direction of the growers' ...

    Article : 99 words
  23. MUNICIPAL.

    The valuation of Orange presented to the Orange Council showed steady and sustained progress. The unimproved capital value is —213,981, an increase of —33063 on 1909; the ...

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  24. MARRIED WOMAN'S DEATH.

    The acting city coroner (Mr. H. S. Hawkins) conducted an inquest yesterday into the death of Elizabeth Crowley, 37, a married woman, living apart from her husband which ...

    Article : 437 words
  25. LAKE ILLAWARRA HARBOUR.

    A petition from the Illawarra Harbour and Land Corporation, Limited, was presented in the Legislative Assembly by Mr. Parkes last evening. It set out that power was granted ...

    Article : 277 words
  26. LICENSING PROSECUTION.

    At the Glenorchy Police Court to-day the Bench delivered the reserved decision in the case of Charles Watt, representing the Auldana Wine Company of South Australia, who ...

    Article : 326 words
  27. SCOTTISH COMMISSIONERS.

    The Scottish delegates accompanied by the Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Graham, went by motor to Malvern, Doncaster, and Dandenong to-day, and inspected some orchards and dairy ...

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  28. THE LICENSING BILL.

    A sharp rebuff was given to the Ministry on the amending Licensing Bill in the Legislative Assembly to-night Ministerial supporters joined the Opposition and summarily ...

    Article : 214 words
  29. RECEPTION BY THE ASSOCIATION.

    The N.S.W. Cricket Association tendered its welcome to the team at the Hotel Australia in the afternoon. Sir Joseph Carruthers, M.L.C., president of ...

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  30. WHEAT AND RAILWAYS.

    Sir,—Permit me to supplement a sub-leader of the 4th instant, upon the subject, which appeared in the Cowra "Guardian," and to urge all and sundry in this district to be up ...

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  31. MATCH AGAINST N.S.W.

    The third match of the South African tour will begin to-day on the Sydney Cricket Ground. The Sydney ground has probably never been in better order than at present ...

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  32. NEW ZEALAND.

    A fire in Cuba-street, Wellington, did about £3000 worth of damage. The insurances include £2000 with the Australian Alliance. ...

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  33. COUNTRY EISTEDDFOD.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 155 words
  34. LAND INQUIRIES.

    The special committee of the Legislative Council has reported on the charge made by the member for Stratford (Mr. Hine) against Mr. Kennedy Macdonald, that he had been ...

    Article : 142 words
  35. TRADES AND LABOUR.

    Mr. J. Meillon, chairman of the Wood and Coal Labourers' Board, has delivered two variation, of the award respecting the industry covered by the board's inquiry. It is now provided that a weekly hand shall ...

    Article : 181 words
  36. AT THE NEWS.

    It was quite a treat to see the large number of spectators at the ground yesterday afternoon watching the work of both teams at the nets. It was reminiscent of old times. ...

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  37. OBITUARY.

    Mr. George Gray, late accountant of the Post and Telegraph Department, aged 63, and Major Keddell, ex-stipendiary magistrate, aged 79, died to-day. ...

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  38. TROLLEY AND DRAYMEN (GROOMS') AWARD.

    Mr. E. M. Stephen. chairman of the Trolley and Draymen (Grooms', etc.) Board, delivered the award of the board on Wednesday respecting loaders. Weekly hands shall be engaged and paid by the ...

    Article : 135 words
  39. LICENSING BILL.

    Licensing Bill has passed both branches of the Legislature. A provision has been added that no hotel license shall extend beyond 10 p.m., and to provent illicit trading in ...

    Article : 36 words
  40. YASS WATER SUPPLY.

    At the municipal council meeting on Wednesday night a letter was received from the Chief Railway Commissioner's office dealing with the weir erected by the Commissioners ...

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  41. DISCOVERY OF FOSSILS.

    Dr. Marshall, of Dunedin, and Mr. Speight, of Christchurch, have made a discovery in the Walpara district of a rich deposit of fossils, chiefly molluses. They found largo shells ...

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  42. ECZEMA CURED.

    Nothing taxes a man's patience. Nothing spoils a good disposition quicker, Than any irritation of the skin. Piles almost drive you mad; ...

    Article : 229 words
  43. NATIONAL INSURANCE SOCIETY.

    At the annual meeting of the National Insurance Society the balance-sheet showed a not revenue of £144,874. The total dividend for the year is 1s [?]d per share. —20,000 is ...

    Article : 40 words
  44. CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS' EMPLOYEES.

    Some alterations in regard to the rates or pay of employees in charitable institutions appear in the "Government Gazette." Head attendants are placed on a minimum of £142 per annum, with a maximum ...

    Article : 58 words
  45. BARRIER WAGES CONFERENCE.

    The Wages Conference on Wednesday night between the Mining Managers' Association and the A.M.A. delegates lasted until 11 o'clock, and was then adjourned until to-night. ...

    Article : 165 words
  46. CARTERS AND THE TRAFFIC ACT.

    Mr. M. Gildea presided at the last meeting of the Trolly, Draymen, and Carter's Union, held at the Trades Hall. A discussion took place regarding alleged harsh treatment of carters by the traffic officers ...

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  47. BEST FOR BABY'S SKIN.

    Because of its delicate emollient, s native, antiseptic properties derived from Cuticura, united with the purest of cleansing ingredients and most refreshing of flower odours, Cuticura Soap is the mother's favourite ...

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  48. BAKERS AND NIGHT WORK.

    At a meeting of the N.S.W. Operative Bakers' Association, the president and the secretary (Mr. Halliday) were instructed to visit all the metropolitan unions in advocacy of the bakers' claims for the abolition of ...

    Article : 55 words
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