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  3. TELEGRAMS.

    Florrie Randell yesterday admitted in the Criminal Court having made a false statement to the Registrar regarding the birth of her child. She ...

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  4. TELEGRAMS.

    The Premier, who returned to-day, when, interviewed said he was quite satisfied respecting the agency opened in Melbourne. There was nothing to ...

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  5. TELEGRAMS.

    While attempting to arrest a fisherman named Dominick Tarraboucha at Port Arlington this afternoon, Constable Cawsey was stabbed. Cawsey ...

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  6. TELEGRAMS.

    At the Adelaide Police Court this morning a visitor from West Australia, named George Price, was charged with being illegally at large in South ...

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  7. TELEGRAMS.

    Last night the watchman at the factory of T. J. Connolly and Son, South Melbourne, found the rear door of the premises open and also the ...

    Article : 127 words
  8. Get Your Suit For Nothing! Value £5 10s.

    POLICE COURT—On Monday, before Mr. L. L. Crockett, R.M, W. Kerwood was charged with unlawfully entering an aboriginal camp near Norseman. ...

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  9. NARROW ESCAPE.

    A Greek, supposed to be named Pandalis, was seized with a fit while standing on the bank of the Yarra, and fell in, but was rescued. ...

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  10. ALLUVIAL FIND.

    Yesterday the Mines Department received the following telegram from the Registrar at Kanowna:—"James Cable brought in this morning from ...

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  11. Local and General.

    THE RECENT TENNIS TOURNAMENT.—A very pleasant function took place in the Trinity Church Club Room on Friday evening last, the ...

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  12. THE MAIL CONTRACT.

    In the opinion of the acting Premier, Mr. Davies, Victoria will be liable under the proposed mail guarantee to any penalties that the Commonwealth ...

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  13. FATAL ACCIDENT.

    An accident, which had fatal results, occurred at Glanville station this evening John Waterman, a fruiterer 49 years of age, a married man, was ...

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  14. THE OUTBREAK OF CRIME.

    Superintendant Sainsbury, who has just been transferred at his own request from the head detective department to Bendigo, accounts for ...

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  15. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A fire, broke out this morning among the copra cargo of the German steamer Varzin, in Woolloomooloo Bay. After two hours work the fire ...

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  16. RECENT HURRICANES IN TAHITI.

    According to reports received here, the population of Tahiti is in a state bordering on anarchy, as the result of the recent taxation. Following upon ...

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  17. CHINAMAN ROBBED.

    A Chinese merchant, who attended the Caulfield races on Saturday, had £120 in notes stolen by a pick pocket. Earlier in the afternoon the Chinese ...

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  18. TWO WEEKS ONLY.—£800

    Worth of stock left, and £400 of this must be sold within a fortnight. There are very few lines we are out of, and our stock is still well assorted and ...

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  19. The Share Market.

    Mr. M, H. Walsh, sharebroker, of Kalgoorlie, wired us as follows at 12.10 to-day:— Mararoas 6s 1d (buyer) 6s 2d (seller) ...

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  20. WEST AUTRALIAN TROOPS.

    Major-General Hoad, the Military Inspector-General for the Commonwealth, when interviewed on his return from Western Australia, expressed ...

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  21. REPATRIATED AUSTRALIAN BEFORE THE COURT.

    One of the repatriated Australians by the steamer Cycle was fined £1 at the Central Police Court to-day on a charge of having been drunk and ...

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  22. Norseman-Coolgardie Railway.

    Good progress is being made with the construction of the Goolgardie Norseman line. About fifty men are at work forming the bed for sleepers ...

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  23. FOOTBALLER INJURED.

    E. P. O'Donnell, a leading, northeastern footballer, while playing at Kilmore against Romsey, fell heavily on the back of his head whilst jumping ...

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  24. Action for Slander.

    A slander action, in which Mr. Coben, a letter cutter, sued Robert Heatley, a bookmaker, for £99 damages, was heard in the Coun[?]y ...

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  25. ROBBERY WITH VIOLENCE.

    A man named Krokowski was assaulted al St. Kilda last night, and robbed of a gold watch and chain. ...

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  26. The Timber Trouble.

    Ever since the employees in the timber industry refused to accept the award of the Arbitration Court and their consequent cessation of work at ...

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  27. SOLICITOR ROBBED.

    A city solicitor reported to the police that when nearly home last night he found that the breast pocket of his coat, containing £160 in large ...

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  28. PECULIAR ACCIDENT.

    A youth, named Auguste, was riding on one of the ploughs drawn by 3 traction engine at Port Arlington, when the connecting chain broke and ...

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  29. A Cure for Asthma.

    It is bat natural that the majority of Sufferers from Asthma, after trying doctors and numberless remedies without avail, have come to the conclusion ...

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  30. BURNT TO DEATH.

    Matthew Byrne, for fifty years a resident of Chilte[?] Valley, was found burnt to death in his hut yesterday. The deceased was 75 years of age, who ...

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  31. Rifle Shooting

    The triangular match between Norseman, Coolgardie, and Boulder, came off last Sunday, when the two latter tied for first place with the ...

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  32. ROUGH FOOTBALL.

    Commenting on the South Melbourne and St. Kilda football match, 'Observer' in the "Argus," says the players seemed to lose their ...

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  33. DEATH OF A WELL-KNOWN CRICKETER.

    Robert McLeod, once a leading Victorian cricketer and a member of the 1893 Australian Eleven, a fine bowler, died early this, morning after a ...

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  34. SUSPECTED SUICIDE.

    Joseph Fitzpatrick, a fisherman was seen by some ladies sitting on the pier at Queenscliffe. A little later they heard a splash, and all trace of the ...

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  35. THE RECENT MURDER.

    The police have decided that they are satisfied that Thomas Brogan, who was arrested in Sydney under the Criminals Influx Prevention Act, is not ...

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  36. BABY SUFFOCATED.

    The Coroner, at an inquest to-day on an infant which had been suffocated through being pressed to its mothers breast, said "The practice of mothers ...

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  37. GOLD IN A CEMETERY.

    Whilst digging a grave in the old cemetery at North Ballarat, the grave digger found a gold bearing 'make' at a depth of 6ft. ...

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  38. NEW ZEALAND.

    The body of Phillip Murphett, aged 80, who disappeared a week ago, was discovered to-day. His limbs were cut and bruised, and his clothing torn ...

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  39. ACCIDENT.

    John Harley of Abbotsford, was knocked down by a tram at Fitzrey to-day, and sustained concussion of the brain. ...

    Article : 22 words
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