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  2. JEWELLER COMMITS SUICIDE.

    Francis Kennedy committed suicide at his jewellery shop in Albany yesterday morning by shooting himself with a military riffe. The bullet entered under the ehin, and passed ...

    Article : 47 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Many Helensburgh families who have been camping at Stanwell Park and other places are at present weatherbound. PAMBULA, Friday. ...

    Article : 127 words
  4. THE RAINS.

    In consequence of the continued heavy rains floods and freshes are anticipated in the eastern rivers of New South Wales. The storm which commenced on Monday night ...

    Article : 758 words
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  6. SUBURBAM NEWS.

    The year recently closed has been a progressive one for the municipality of Vaueluse. Included in the most important works a[?]horised and taken in hand is the construction of a Town Hall, with ...

    Article : 358 words
  7. THE CATCHMENT AREA.

    The reports from the various stations on the catchment are not complete, and those that have been received show that the downfall has been comparatively light, with the ...

    Article : 224 words
  8. HELENSBURGH WORKMEN'S CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the Helensburgh Workmen's Social and Literary Club was held last night, Mr. George Smith (president) in the chair. The report set forth that a ...

    Article : 127 words
  9. LEAVING A CAMP FIRE.

    A travelling baker named Phillip Louis Baeytz, was charged at the police court with leaving a fire at Neurea in the open air without having thoroughly extingulshed it. The ...

    Article : 143 words
  10. WAVERLEY.

    The statments of receipts and expenditure and valuetions were submitted to the council at its last meeting. The revenue amounted to £17,382 1s 4d, and the expenditure to £17,049 17s 3d, of which £194 9s ...

    Article : 235 words
  11. FLOODS IN THE NORTH.

    Fears of a flood are entertained. It has been raining heavily all day. At 6 o'clock the registration was 302 points since Tuesday morning. Some back streets are flooded to a ...

    Article : 198 words
  12. NORTH COAST RAILWAY.

    The permanent survey of the Coff's HarbourSouth Grafton section of the North Coast railways progressing favourably. The Department of Works has decided to start building ...

    Article : 45 words
  13. WOOLL[?]RA ESTIMATES.

    The estimates of revenue and expenditure for the current year as submitted at the Wollabra council meeting provide for a total expenditure of £21,760, the items including:—Street lighting, £2300; house ...

    Article : 181 words
  14. A NORTHERN MAIL, COMPLAINT.

    After about two years' agitation the Postmaster-General accepted a tender for a new mall service between Bellingen and sydney per steamer to Coff's Herbour. By such ...

    Article : 216 words
  15. FLOOD AT TAMWORTH.

    The rain, which at first was looked upon as a blessing, is likely to have a disa[?] effect, for all streams in the district are largely in flood; farms have sheets of water ...

    Article : 227 words
  16. WATERING MAIN ROADS.

    A number of complaints reached the Waterloo Council from shopkeepers and other as to the dusty condition of the [?] Botany-road, upon which there is heavy tr[?] and vehicur traffic. Its condition, the writers ...

    Article : 297 words
  17. MUNICIPAL.

    The valuers' report presented to the last meeting of the Orange Municipal Council, stated that the unimproved capital value of the municipality was £210,674, improved ...

    Article : 216 words
  18. HURSTIVILLE RATING.

    The striking of the rate for the ensuing year was part of Thursday's business at Harstville council, and the estimates supplied by the town c1erk (Mr. Carwardine) were as follow:—Amount of expenditure out ...

    Article : 395 words
  19. QUEENSLAND RAINFAL[?]S.

    Brisbane.—The following rainfalls were registered for the 24 hours ended 9 a.m. on Thursday:-Northern:—Main 64 points, Barketown 25, Georgetown 37, Lochnagar 78, M'Donnell 13, moreton 200, Coen ...

    Article : 2,518 words
  20. THE ACCUSING FINGES. j

    The Fingerprint Branch of the Criminal Investigation Department is still concerned over the remarks of the Chief Justice of Victoria (Sir John Madden), criticising the reliability of ...

    Article : 347 words
  21. COMBATING BUSH FIRES.

    In view of the serious damage wrought each year by bush [?]res, the subject of organisation against such outbreaks is attracting much attention throughout Riverian. The Hume ...

    Article : 159 words
  22. THE CHURCHES.

    A gathering of the personal friends of Mr. Donald Fletcher assembled in the School of Arts to bid him good-bye. Mr. Fletcher, who had been a resident of this district for over ...

    Article : 120 words
  23. TROUBLE OVER TOWN HALL.

    At present Hurs[?]le is agitated regarding the proposal of [?] council to borrow £3000 to build a town hall. In 1[?]08 the council appointed a committee to find out if there was any chance of building a hall ...

    Article : 662 words
  24. SCHOOLS OF ART.

    The half-yearly meeting of the School of Arts was held on Wednesday evening, in the presence of a large attendance. Mr. Thomas Punch (president) occupied the chair. The ...

    Article : 125 words
  25. SOME BIG TOTALS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 320 words
  26. CASUALTIES.

    An inquest was held by the City Coroner touching the death of Herbert. G. M'Mallin, a railway employee, lntely living in Denham-street, who was killed by a ...

    Article : 129 words
  27. HOSPITALS.

    The annual meeting of the Grenfell District Hospital was well attended. The report showed that 234 in-patients were treated at a cost of £967, or at the rate of 4s 3d per ...

    Article : 1,444 words
  28. RAILWAY TRAFFIC CLAIMS.

    The Amalga[?]ated Railway and Tramway Association has drawn up a list of c1aims to be laid before the Government Railways and Tramways (Traffic Wages Staff) Beurd, No. 2. This board has already delivered ...

    Article : 650 words
  29. DEAD BABY AT LA PEROUSE.

    The City Coroner yesterday held an inquest on the body of a newly-born female child found dead on the b[?]ch at Cong-Wong Pay, La Perouse, last Sunday. He found the ...

    Article : 53 words
  30. DROWNED IN THE FARBOUR.

    Alexander Munroe, an engineer, who had come to Sydney on the [?]awarra S.S. Company's new steamer M[?]rimbula, was drowned on Thursday night. Deceased, who was 36 ...

    Article : 161 words
  31. THE STORM REVIEWED.

    Mr Wilson, the Divisional Officer of the Weather Bureau, speaking yesterday about the phenomenal rainstorm, said:-"Over the greater part of Eastern ...

    Article : 232 words
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  33. THROWN FROM A SULKY.

    Mrs. Aubin, of Mutton's Falls, Tarana, and her sister, who is on a visit to Tarana, were driving into town, and when about a mile from town one of the wheels came off the ...

    Article : 64 words
  34. A FRACTURED THIGH.

    Samuel John Betts (21), of Cullarm, was admilled to the hospital this morning with a badly fractured thigh. He was riding a horse when the girth broke, and the animal bolted, ...

    Article : 48 words
  35. HAND CAUGHT IN A WHEEL.

    A youth named William Pureell met with a serious accident in the fitting-shop at the iron works, as the result of which he had to suffer amputation of the parts of three ...

    Article : 114 words
  36. RAILWAY INTERRUPTIONS.

    Information has been received by the Railway Commissioners of two cases of damage to lines in the north-west owing to continued rains. One of these is between Narrabri ...

    Article : 186 words
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