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  2. HIGH COURT APPEALS.

    Judgment was delivered on Saturday by the High Court in the appeal by the Victorian Railways Commissioners in the action brought against them by George Brown, ex-engine ...

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  3. QUEENSLAND.

    The cablegram concerning the adulteration of Queensland butter was referred to by the Minister for Agriculture. Mr. Denham said It was well known that adulteration was ...

    Article : 52 words
  4. VICTORIA.

    Referring to complaints which were repeated in the Federal Legislature on Thursday of inattention on the railways. Mr. Fitzpatrick one of the Victorian Commissioners, has ...

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  5. NEWCASTLE.

    A large public meeting in support of the movement to make Newcastle the terminal port' of the north was held last night, when addresses were delivered to about 1000 ...

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  6. SHIPPING.

    Montank, s, 4040 tons. Captain A. Cole, from Calcutta, en route to South America. Gilchrist, Witt, and Sanderson, Ltd., agents. Pilbarra, s, 2665 tons, Captain W. C. Thomson, ...

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  7. DR. ROTH AND THE ABORIGINES.

    Opportunity was taken in the Legislative Assembly on Friday to discuss Dr. Roth's report on the charges recently made against him in the Assembly. The debate was rather ...

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  8. MURRAY RIVER PASSENGER TRAFFIC.

    At the meeting of the Marine Board on Friday an application was received from the owner of a Murray River steamboat asking permission to carry passengers on a towed ...

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  9. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MINING CASE.

    One of the four appeal cases in which the Full Bench of the High Court gave Its decision on Saturday was that of Metcalfe v the Great Boulder Proprietary, Ltd., a Western ...

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  10. MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Murmora was despatched from Sydney on Saturday for London, via ports, and passed Gabe Island at 6.30 a.m. yesterday. She is due at Melbourne early this morning. ...

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  11. COMMERCIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR THE EAST.

    Within the next fortnight the Minister for Agriculture; Mr. Swinburne, thinks the appointment of a representative of Victoria in the East will be settled. Some time ago it ...

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  12. NEW CALEDONIA SHIPPING.

    The French ship Socoa, 1826 tons, Captain Le Corrs, arrived at Tehio on Nov. 15, in ballast, from Cherbourg, France, to load a cargo of ore. The Norwegian barque Albania (formerly City, of ...

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  13. TASMANIA.

    A snop belonging to Mrs. Bergan, at Campbelltown, was totally destroyed by fire on Saturday morning. Mr. Burrill, of Oatlands, had stocked it for a cheap sale of drapery, ...

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  14. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (1239 miles).—Dep: Nov. 25, [?] s, for Sydney; Ruapehu, s, for London. ...

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  15. COAL EXPORT TRADE.

    The following vessels cleared at the Customs-house yesterday for foreign or interstate ports:—Vienna, s, for San Francisco, with 5330 tons Brown's coal; Coolgardie, F, ...

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  16. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

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  17. GERMANY'S PECULIAR TARIFF.

    For some time past Victorian trade to Germany in apples has been growing, and now it is assuming important dimensions. The German Government has, however, put a ...

    Article : 92 words
  18. CASUALTIES.

    While crossing George-street, near the Redfern Railway Station, late on Saturday evening, Robert Thomas Dawson, 27, a shunter, who resides at Lander-street, Redfern, was ...

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  19. HIGH COURT OR SUPREME COURT.

    The High Court on Saturday laid down an Important point of practice in the appeal case of Musgrove v McDonald. The matter came on appeal from a judgment of Mr. Justice ...

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  20. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A deputation waited upon the Premier on Friday and requested that dancing saloons should be placed under municipal control. Addresses were given by Mrs. Birks, ...

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  21. THE THEATRES.

    The comedy drama, "In the Bishop's Carrlange" has drawn so well at the Princess Theatre that Mr. George Musgrove decided to see out the season with it. The season has ...

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  22. PASSENGERS BY THE MIOWERA.

    Appended is a list of the passengers by the R.M.S. Miowera, which will be despatched from the Circular Quay at 1 p.m. to-day for Vancouver, via ports:— Mr. Henniker Heaton, M.P., Mr. A. B. ...

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  23. A CHINAMAN'DROWNED.

    The body of a Chinaman was found lying on the rocks at Farm Cove yesterday morning by a man named James Freeman, who reported the matter to the police. Sergeant Wallace ...

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  24. DEPARTURES.—Nov. 25.

    Marmora, R.M.S., for London, via ports. Suevir, s, for Liverpool, via South Africa and ports. Oswestry Grange, s, for London, via South Africa and ports. ...

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  25. MURRAY RIVER FISHING.

    The report submitted to the members of the Corowa Anglers' Club at their annual meeting on Thursday night was highly satisfactory in every way. While it expressed ...

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  26. THE TARIFF COMMISSION.

    The Tariff Commission continued its sittings on Friday. Mr. E. M. Mathlas, manager of Mr. A. Pongelly's furniture works, Edwardstown, was further examined, and said ...

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  27. KILLED BY.A TRAM.

    About 11.30 p.m. on Saturday Henry Betram Calvert, 55, a chemist, met with a fatal accident in George-street West. While crossing that thoroughfare he was knocked down by a ...

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  28. PASSENGERS BY THE YARRA.

    The French mail steamer Yarra, of the fleet of the Messageries Maritimes, which arrived from Noumea en route to Marseilles, early on Friday morning, and was, in accordance with the new regulation of the ...

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  29. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—Nov.27.

    Miowera, R.M.S., for Vancouver, via ports, Rostock, s, for Dunkirk, Antwerp, and Hamburg, via Suez Canal; Kakapo, s, for Strahan, Devonport, Burnie, and Stanley; Bega, s, for Eden, via ports; Electra, s, ...

    Article : 61 words
  30. THE MAILS.

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  31. CLEARANCES.—Nov. 25.

    Chingtu, s, 2200 tons, Captain Howie, for Yokohama (Japan), via Port Darwin, Singapore, Manila, and Hongkong. Passengers—For Manila: Mrs. H. H. Christy, Misses Christy (3), Mrs. Manuel, Mrs. Louser, ...

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  32. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    An employee of the General Post Office was arrested yesterday on charges of having stolen £600 belonging to the Postal Department, and also of having issued valueless ...

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  33. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT.

    Our Wolumla correspondent writes:—Mr. J. P. Hauvllla, of Yellow Pinch, near Wolumla, an old and highly respected resident, accidentally shot himself on Wednesday. It ...

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  34. ALEXANDER T. BROWN, FOR SYDNEY.

    Advices received in Sydney yesterday state that the schooner Alexander T. Brown has been chartered to carry lumber from Gray's Harbour to Sydney, at [?]. ...

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  35. GEORGE E. BILLINGS, FOR SYDNEY.

    The R.M.S. Ventura, which arrived in Sydney yesterday, brings information to the effect that the American five-masted schooner George E. Billings has been chartered to carry lumber from Puget Sound ...

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  36. THE ESTIMATED WHEAT YIELD,

    Mr: Fraser, Government Statistician, estimates the wheat crop for the 1905-6 season at 2,095,426 bushels, and states the requirements for food and seed at 2,433,500 bushels. ...

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  37. DROWNED WHILE BATHING.

    Last evening George Rowe Harvoy, aged 23, was drowned in Malone's dam, near Kalgoorlie railway goods sheds. Shortly after Cusk Harvoy went to the dam for a swim in ...

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  38. REPAIRS TO THE ALAMEDA.

    According to advices received by the R.M.S. Ventura, which arrived yesterday from San Francisco, it will not be long now before the liner Alameda is again in commission. A careful survey by the underwriters ...

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  39. KIMBERLEY ELECTION.

    Final returns for the Kimberley election are:—Arthur Male (M.), 263; Frank connor (I.). 211. ...

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  40. MUBBAY RIVER WATERS.

    Keen disappointment is felt by the Minister for Water Supply, Mr. Swinburne, that no progress has been made in the negotiations between New South Wales, Victoria, and ...

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  41. ARRIVAL OF THE VENTURA.

    The R.M.S. Ventura, from San Francisco, via ports. entered Sydney Heads at 3.38 yesterday morning, and anchored in Watson's Bay awaiting medical inspection shortly after daybreak. Upon being granted pratique ...

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  42. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Premier status that if the farmers continue to export unsalted butter, which is used by persons at home for adulteration purposes, and enormous profits made, Parliament will ...

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  43. SHOT ON A RIFLE RANGE.

    Yesterday afternoon two lads, Demenarl Blassen and Henry Treeby, went out target shooting with a rifle to Scott's dam, near the Kalgoorlie racecourso. Treeby was handing ...

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  44. THE STRANDING OF THE STEINBEK.

    Just before the R.M.S. Ventura sailed from bar Francisco for Australia the Kosmos liner Neko arrived from Hamburg and brought word of the stranding at Valapraiso of the German ship Steinbek, from ...

    Article : 142 words
  45. BROKEN HILL MINING FATALITY.

    An Inquest was held to-day respecting the death of Frederick George Burgess, who was killed in the South Mine yesterday. A verdict of accidental death was returned, with a ...

    Article : 81 words
  46. OPPRESSIVE WEATHER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 279 words
  47. REFERENCE NOTES.

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  48. IMPORTS.—Nov. 25.

    Time, s, from Port Pirie: 40 sks 720 ¼-sks flour, 200 cs bluestone, 3895 cks copper, 2800 bgs chaff, and sundries. Pilbarra, s, from Brisbane, via Newcastle; 68 cs ...

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  49. LABOUR TROUBLE AT BRISBANE.

    A labour trouble occurred at Pinkenba in connection with the unloading of the R.M.S. Orontes. It appears that exception was taken on Friday morning to the manner In which ...

    Article : 512 words
  50. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    THURSDAY ISLAND (2000 miles).—Arr: Nov. 25. Tom Fisher, sch, from Brisbane. CAIRNS (1400 miles).—Arr: Nov. 23, Aramac, s, from Cooktown. ...

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  51. SOUTHERN COAL TEASE.

    The present howlng rates as fixed by the award will expire shortly. It is proposed to hold a conference between the employers and employees to adjust the rates and other ...

    Article : 89 words
  52. THROWN FROM A SULKY.

    While Mrs. James Hall was preparing to return from a picnic yesterday the horse, becoming frightened, bolted home. Mrs. Hall was thrown from the sulky, and falling on ...

    Article : 270 words
  53. PARCEL MAIL.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 139 words
  54. ALBURY TOWN HALL.

    A few weeks ago the Australian Mutual Provident Society agreed to lend the Albury Municipal Council £3600 to cover the cost of erecting a new Town Hall. A condition of the ...

    Article : 126 words
  55. DESPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM AND OTHER PLACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 178 words
  56. STATION REPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 124 words
  57. INTERSTATE BOWLING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 145 words
  58. ORANGE LODGE CELEBRATION.

    The annual religious service in connection with the Pride of Balmain, L.O.L, No. 322, was held yesterday afternoon, in the local Town Hall. W.M. Bro. Thomas Wran ...

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  59. EXPORTS.—Nov. 25.

    Marmora, R.M.S., for London, via ports: 9440 brs lead, 230 cs meats, 5 bxs gold, bullion, 1461 ingots tin, 10 pkgs meat extract, 1470 crcs mutton, 1 cs gola bullion (£1343), 1638 crts rabbits, 207 cres pork, 761b ...

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  60. GAS V. ELECTRICITY.

    With reference to the substitution of gas for electricity in the public lighting of London, a correspondent writes as follows:— The Corporation of London, which is by no ...

    Article : 165 words
  61. BABY QUIRK'S CURE.

    "Mr baby was afflicted with a loethsome running sceme Two doctor treated him for three months, bit he grew worse and his face was sickening tight We then started to use the Cuticure Remedies, and ...

    Article : 102 words
  62. MILITARY.

    The annual church parade of the Scottish Rifles was held yesterday morning in St. Stephon's Church, Phillip-street. The regiment mustered in good strength under ...

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