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  2. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    Mr Justice Simpson, who was recently elevated to the Supreme Court Bench, took his seat this morning. BRISBANE, Monday. ...

    Article : 207 words
  3. GEELONG TOWN COUNCIL.

    The adjourned quarterly meeting of the above council was held last evening, when there were present: The Mayor (Aid Richardson), Ald Meakin, Price and ...

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  4. MELBOURNE.

    Very satisfactory results continue to follow Mr Poster's efforts to open up the Mallacoota Inlet country by means of track cutting. Some time ago a ...

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  5. THE COREAN WAR

    In connection with the capture of Wei-hai-wei by the Japanese, the Chinese torpedo boats, which escaped to sea, were chased for hours by the ...

    Article : 142 words
  6. THE WEATHER IN AMERICA.

    The exceptionally severe weather in many of the United States of America still continues. The inhabitants of many large cities ...

    Article : 160 words
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  8. UNDER THE BAN.

    Germany has forbidden the import of frozen meat, especially frozen sheep from Australia. ...

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  9. SHENTON WESLEYAN SCHOOL.

    The celebration of the 38th anniversary of the Shenton Wesley an Sunday school was concluded last evening, when tea and public meetings were held and passed off ...

    Article : 357 words
  10. IMPERIAL POLITICS.

    Mr W. Redmond, leader of the Parnellite party, has given notice of his intention to move as an amendment to the Address-in-Reply to-night ...

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  11. STOPPING TRAVELLING.

    Turkey has called out a portion of her reserves, and refuses to allow foreigners or natives to leave the towns where they now reside. ...

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  12. THE SPANISH CORN DUTIES.

    The Cortes has passed the proposal submitted by the Spanish Government for increasing the duty on wheat to ninepence per bushel. ...

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  13. DEATH OF AN OLD COL0N1ST.

    Our obitnary column this morning, records the death of Mrs Skene, of " Clifton Villa," Ryrie-street, an old and respected resident of this town, and a ...

    Article : 394 words
  14. A BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT.

    An enjoyable entertainment was given in the rooms of the Workingmen's Club last evening, the proceeds of which are for the benefit of Mr R. Armstrong, late ...

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