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  4. INTERCOLONIAL

    In the Brisbane Insolvency Court on Friday application was made on behalf of the official tin[?] that Stanley L. Murray, trustee in an insolvent's state be committee to ...

    Article : 89 words
  5. BREVITIES.

    The Australians second match with Yorkshire had to be abandoned on account of the continuous rain making the wicket [?] for further play. ...

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  6. THE COPYRIGHT TO "TRILBY."

    On Thursday night two men were caught in Sydney in the act of taking notes of "Triby" at the Lyceum performance. One was writing the dialogue in Pitman's ...

    Article : 95 words
  7. WHARF BOBBERIES.

    For some time past there have been extensive robberies from the Sydney wharves at night time. Odd tins of grain and packages of merchandise disappear with persistent ...

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  8. A SYDNEY POLICE CHASE.

    Constable Harper, while on duty Monday afternoon in Darling-street, Ultimo, Sydney, notices two suspicious-looking men carrying a box. He called upon the men to stop and ...

    Article : 171 words
  9. A MISER'S DEATH.

    An old man named Gibson, who was regarded as being in almost destitute circumstances, was found dying on Saturday in an old house at Geelong West. The police ...

    Article : 188 words
  10. THE QUEENSLAND TICK PLAGUE.

    Cattle are being dipped at the rate of 800 a day at Ingham. Mr Brace, of New Booth Wales, Mr C. J. Pound, the Government Bacteriologist, and Dr. M'Donald on ...

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  11. THE IRON INDUSTRY IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A large deputation waited on the of New South Wales on Thursday to request that steps be taken by the Government to manufacture by State all the ...

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