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    THE report of the board appointed to investigate the working of tho Registrar-General's Office forms a heavy indictment against the Commissioners of Audit. It in ...

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  3. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    A further sitting of the Royal Commission appointed to inquire into charges of bribery in connection with leasing the Sydney tramways was held to-day, when Mr. James Burns, of Burns, ...

    Article : 837 words
  4. THE BOTANY MURDER.

    The execution of Louisa Collins, for the murder of her husband at Botany, took place at the Darlinghurst gaol this morning. As on previous occasions there was some delay in ...

    Article : 586 words
  5. THE STAMP FRAUDS.

    The scope of the investigation entrusted to the board consisting of Messrs. Langton, Morrah and Webb, whose report we published yesterday, was limited to "inquiring into and ...

    Article : 1,261 words
  6. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    The Cabinet had under consideration yesterday the question of appointing a small commisssion to perform the duties in connection with the representation of Victoria at the ...

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  7. THE YOUNG MURDER.

    The police have made two arrests in connection with the murder of the hawker, Olmund, on the Monengo-road, near Young, on Friday night last. A man supposed to be identical ...

    Article : 179 words
  8. QUEENSLAND.

    The Cabinet did not arrive at a decision in the Wilson contempt case to-day. Large consignments of Martini-Henri rifles and ammunition have arrived for reserve ...

    Article : 139 words
  9. SHIPPING NEWS

    Arrived, from Sydney.--Riverina, s., sailed 30th October, vid Melbourne 8th November and Adelaide 15th November. AT ANTWERP. ...

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  10. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Cabinet to-day considered the case of the youth, aged 18 years, named Herbert Lang, who arrived in Adelaide from India early in December, and was a fortnight later committed to ...

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  11. THE MAILS.

    The A.U.S.N. Company's s. Waroonga arrived at London on the 4th inst. The M.M. Company's R.M.S. Salazie, from Marseilles 1st inst., passed S[?]ez on the 7th ...

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  12. A SUSPICIOUS SHOOTING OCCURRENCE.

    The death of a farmer named Dennis Sellers is reported to have taken place at Stratkmerton some time during yesterday from n gunshot wound, which is supposed to have resulted from ...

    Article : 233 words
  13. ANTHRAX IN SHEEP.

    About 2000 sheep in various lots having died in the Gundagai district in November last, the Government veterinarian was despatched to inquire into the matter. He has submitted a ...

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  14. THE TRAVELLING STOCK NUISANCE.

    About a fortnight since the local inspector of stock received instructions from the Chief Inspector to strictly enforce that section of the Diseases in Sheep Amendment Act which ...

    Article : 275 words
  15. LEPROSY IN INDIA.

    A recent resolution of the Government of India refers (says the Times) to the subject of leprosy in that country, and to the possibility of the State taking a more direct part in the ...

    Article : 405 words
  16. THE RIVERINA LAND REVENUE.

    The returns have just been completed showing the total revenue received at the Crown lands office at Wagga for the year ending 31st December, 1888, to be as follows:--Conditional ...

    Article : 114 words
  17. THE SYSTEM OF AUDIT.

    The examination of the Commissioners of Audit, Thos. W. Jackson and J. W. Fosbery, elicited some startling evidence, not only as to the personal views of these gentlemen regarding ...

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  18. PROPOSAL TO BANQUET MESSRS. DEAKIN AND STAUGHTON, M.L.A'S.

    At a preliminary meeting held here last night it was decided to invite Messrs. Deakin and Staughton to a public banquet on the occasion of the end of the present session and the ...

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  19. ANOTHER POST OFFICE ROBBERY.

    A letter carrier employed at the Gordons Post and Telegraph Office, named Henry Britten, was arrested to-day by the police on a charge of opening a letter and abstracting a postal note ...

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