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  2. THE PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMISSION.

    Mr. B. R. Wise, the Attorney-General, on being asked, yesterday, whether he had any observations to make regarding Mr. G. H. Reld's protest against the instructions issued to the Public Accounts ...

    Article : 980 words
  3. FEDERATION. MR. LYNE DECLINES TO SPEAK.

    Mr Lyne on being spoken to by our roporter, who is travelling with him in the Bourke district, said that be could not make any statement with regard to Mr. Chamberlain's propasais in connection with ...

    Article : 72 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,434 words
  5. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. EXTENSION OF THE QUARANTINED AREAS.

    The first case of bubonic plague astertained yesterday was that of a Chinese named Moon Kee. He is said to have come from the country only a few days since, but resided in the city when the case was ...

    Article : 770 words
  6. THE SUPPOSED CASE IN MELBOURNE.

    There are no new developments with regard to the supposed case of bubonie plague on the collier South Australian. Dr. Gresswoll received it telegram to-day from Mr. Tobustou, M.B., who is in charge ...

    Article : 74 words
  7. CITY COUNCIL.

    The City Council met yesterday The Mayor (Alderman Sir Matthew Harris) presided. There were also present—Aldermen J. Harris, Smail, Waterhouse, M'Elhone, Nortm, M.L.A., Jessep, ...

    Article : 1,297 words
  8. MR. BARTON'S MESSAGE.

    The Cabinet held a lengthy sitting to-day to consider what should be done in reference to the massage from Mr. Barton, which Mr. Lyne had sent on to Victoria. At the close of the Cabinet meeting the ...

    Article : 163 words
  9. MELBOUENE AND SYDNEY EXCURSION TRAINS.

    At a meeting of the Cabinet to-day the Minister for Health brought under notice the refusal of the Railway Commissioners to adopt Dr. Gresswell's suggestion that the proposal to run seecial excursion ...

    Article : 141 words
  10. THE PROPOSED AMENDMENTS.

    Mr. Dickson, the federal delegate from Queensland, has been informed by cable that the Government of Queensland has no objection to the proposed alterations in the Commonwealth Bill on the ...

    Article : 73 words
  11. SERMON BY BISHOP CHALMERS.

    Preaching at St. Saviour's Cathedral last evening on the mystery of suffering. Bishop Chalmers said some people were arguing that what was needed to cast out the plague was active and drastic sanitary ...

    Article : 194 words
  12. FEELING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The message which, according to Mr. Deskin, the Victorian delegate, was forwarded to the " Times " by its Melbourne correspondent regarding the Commonwealth Bill, was the subject of considerable ...

    Article : 308 words
  13. INSANITARY DWELLINGS.

    Sir,—The important minute laid before the Ptersham council by the Mayor disclosed the fat that before an insanitary dwelling can be rendered habitable or demolished a period of four months and 15 ...

    Article : 144 words
  14. FEDERAL ELECTIONS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Replying on Monday to a representative deputation which was promoted by the Effective Voting League, Mr. Holder said he could not see his way to accede to a request that the Government should ...

    Article : 79 words
  15. WHO WILL PAY THE PIPER?

    Sir,—I beg to draw attention to the madness that has seized the people consequent on a few cases of socalled "bubonic plague." Wharfs and warehouses closed, trade paralysed, old-established business ...

    Article : 158 words
  16. BROKEN HILL CIRCUIT COURT.

    The Circuit Court opened to-day, before Mr. Acting Judge Gibson. His Honor signitled his intention of sitting early in the day and late at night to complete the business by Thursday. ...

    Article : 186 words
  17. A CASE AT PARRAMATTA.

    On Saturday Dr. Kearney, of Parramatta, was summoned to 2 Good-street, Westmead, to see a man named Mason. Hiving seen the patient he looked upon the case an being a suspicious one. and ordered ...

    Article : 200 words
  18. THE WOOLLAHRA "TIP."

    Sir,—I desire, with your permission and through you, to draw the attention of the Woolluhra Council, and more particularly that of the Board of Health, to the practice of the Woollahra Council in ...

    Article : 320 words
  19. Advertising

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    Advertising : 962 words
  20. THE WEALTH AND PROGRESS OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The twelfth issue of "The Wealth and Progress of New South Wales," which covers the year 18989, derives additional importance from the fact that 1899 completed the fourth decade since the mother ...

    Article : 871 words
  21. INTERVIEW WITH DR. OHERRY.

    Dr. Cherry, lecturer in bacteriology at the Melbourne, University, was in Sydney yesterday on a visit connected with the fitting up of the new bacteriological laboratory in his university, and ...

    Article : 701 words
  22. RATS AND THE PLAGUE.

    Sir,—It seems to me very strange that the Medical Board and the Government have not thought of one of the most effective means of destreying the rats o the city. The Medical Boardd states that the rats ...

    Article : 318 words
  23. PRECAUTIONS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    At a meeting of the Adelaide local Board of Health this afternoon a vigorous crusade against rats was decided upon. Poison will be issued to responsible householders free of charge for laying in ...

    Article : 81 words
  24. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—In a recent issue of the " Herald " I observed that a temperature of 212' Fahr. would kill the plague microbe in a few minutes. Has steam ever been tried? If a portable steam emgine were ...

    Article : 93 words
  25. KARAWEERA AT EDEN.

    The steamer Karaweera while off Green Caps at about midnight on Saturday broke her propeller shaft. Signals of distress were at once sent up, and these were fortunately seen by the steamer ...

    Article : 93 words
  26. SUPPOSED CASE AT FREMANTLE.

    A considerable amount of excitement was created hera to-day by a report to the effect that there had been an outbreak of the bubonie plague at Fremantle. It appears that the death occurred at ...

    Article : 362 words
  27. MEETING OF BROKEN HILL PASTORALISTS.

    One of the most important pastoralists' meetings ever hold in Broken Hill, representing millions of acres, and covering a radius of 200 miles. was held this evening at the Grand Hotel. It ...

    Article : 125 words
  28. PADDINGTON SANITARY COMMITTEE.

    Last evening, at the Puddington Town Hall, a meeting of the Paddington Sanitary Committes was held. Mr. R. Quinn presided, and amongst those present were Mr. J. C. Neild, M.L.A., Mr. J. ...

    Article : 238 words
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