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  5. BREVITIES.

    Madame Kruger, wife of President Kruger, is seriously ill, and special prayers are being offered in the Transvaal for her recovery. ...

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  6. INTERCOLONIAL

    On Thursday 279 applicants attended personally at the Wagga land office to lodge applications for the 48 homestead blocks at Gobbagumbalin, comprising a total area of ...

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  7. A BANK FORECLOSURE CASE.

    In the Adeladide Supreme Court on Thursday, before Mr Justice Boucaut, William Killicoat, sheep farmer, formerly a resident of Borra district, commenced an ...

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  8. LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

    The Queensland Local Government Commission met an Thursday. A letter from Alderman J. A. Clarke was read, refusing to attend to give evidence if summoned. It ...

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  9. A HARBOR WANTED.

    A large deputation from the southern townships waited on the Minister for Works of N.S.W. on Thursday, and urged the necessity for providing a deep-water harbor for ...

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  10. ALLEGED CRIMINAL LIBEL.

    At the Redfern Police Court, Sydney, George Down, secretary to the Boot Trade Union, was prosecuted by Enoch Taylor and Co. for alleged criminal libel in a leaflet issued ...

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  11. COUNSEL AND THEIR FEES.

    An interesting decision on the question whether the fee of a barrister who does not give substantial attendance in court may properly be disallowed on the taxation of a ...

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