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  3. A PECULIAR CASE.

    A case of a unique kind, in which a woman sued her former paramour for maintenance, was heard in the Hobart Police Court last week-end before Mr. W. O. Wis[?], P.M. ...

    Article : 522 words
  4. MOTOR MAN'S MARRIAGE.

    In the South Melbourne Court on Wednesday, before Messrs. [?]. [?] Moore, P.M., Baragwanath and [?] Js.P., a middleaged man named Arthur William Hulse, of ...

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  6. GOODWIN'S GOOD WIN.

    The story of [?]w Mrs. Phillips the lice[?] of the Post Office Club Hotel, in Elizabethstreet, and the wife of [?] Philips, the owner of Jullundur, the winner of the last ...

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  7. TRIO IN TROUBLE.

    The danger of men interfering in disputes between a man and his wife was [?] at the City Court on Wednesday, when two sorry-looking men named John Foley and ...

    Article : 376 words
  8. MUMMERANDOM.

    Australia's own athlotic beauty, Ann[?] [?]mann, is the heroine of the William Fox million dollar spectacle, "A Daughter of the Gods," which opens at the Auditorium ...

    Article : 604 words
  9. CHRISTIANS IN CONFLICT.

    For some times past Bendigo has been favored by the visit of a remarkable man named [?]. Who he is and where he comes from matters [?] [?] it [?] say ...

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  10. AN OLD BUSH SONG.

    A correspondent sends along the following old bush song, which was formerly w[?] known among the boys outback, but which is not included in "Banjo" Paterson's ...

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  11. MULTIPLE BIRTHS.

    The birth of three sons and one daughter at one confinement which occurred at Moonee Ponds this month, has [?] the interest taken in the subject of multiple ...

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  13. I.W.W. PRISONERS.

    The [?]tant Propagandists of the Labor movement are suggesting to Labor organisations throughout Australia that when receiving nominations for seats in the Federal ...

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