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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The missing man Annear was to-day found at Bendigo. After bringing home his horse and cart he proceeded to Chewton, and there took train to Bendigo. His ...

    Article : 58 words
  3. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    In replying to a deputation of the southern colliery proprietors to-day, the Minister of Mines agreed to defer the enforcement of the weighing clauses of the Coal Mines ...

    Article : 58 words
  4. TRAGEDY IN SYDNEY

    A crime, the motive of which was jealousy, occurred to-day in which Marion Flynn, or Carey, lost her life, and her assailant attempted to commit suicide. The ...

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  5. THE BOOT BOX TRAGEDY

    The inquest into the circumstances surrounding the boot box tragedy, for the purpose of ascertaining how the victim, Mabel Ambrose Desccatia, met with her death, was ...

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  6. AN AUSTRALIAN IN ENGLAND.

    The return of Mr. A. O. Sachse, M.L.O., from a trip to Europe was celebrated yesterday afternoon by a gathering of his friends at Scott's Hotel. In replying to the toast ...

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  7. ILLNESS OF JUDGE GAUNT.

    Owing to sudden illness, Judge Gaunt was unable to attend tho County Court to-day. The court was adjourned until the 10th inst. ...

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  8. THE GATTON MURDERS.

    Detective Toomey returned from Clifton to-day, bringing a report that Mrs. Slebenhauser, a selector's wife, living 9 miles outside Clifton, stated that Burgess called ...

    Article : 94 words
  9. DIED IN A FIT.

    Yesterday morning, Mrs. Geo. Mllgate, wife of a fanner living at Tatalia, died rather suddenly. Deceased, who was 37 years of age, was assisting to prepare ...

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  10. STATUARY FOR BALLARAT.

    Signor Udney, the Italian sculptor, who produced the statues erected in Sturt-street of the poets Burns and Moore, forwarded to Ballarat about six years ago, "on spec," ...

    Article : 163 words
  11. MINING IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The departmental return shows that the gold yield of the colony during January was 41,375 oz. ...

    Article : 159 words
  12. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET.

    The cricket match between the Victorian eleven and fifteen Western district players was continued to-day, at Bathurst, and resulted in a win for the local team by 38 runs. ...

    Article : 106 words
  13. THE GOTHENBURG SYSTEM.

    At to-day's meeting of the shire council it was resolved to take a poll as to whether the electors on the Parliamentary roll of this division of the electorate are in favor ...

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  14. SCHOOLS OF MINES AND THE MINING DEPARTMENT.

    The director of the Balrnsdale School of Mines reports that there are 10 of the students capable of treating any of the refractory ores of the district and extracting 95 ...

    Article : 146 words
  15. QUEENSLAND.

    It is understood that Mr. A. Rutledge, who has become a candidate, for Parliamentary honors, has resigned his appointment as Grown Prosecutor of the Supreme Court and ...

    Article : 158 words
  16. THE FOUR ACCUSED IN CUSTODY.

    The four parties affected by the verdict were called forward, formally charged by the Coroner, and committed to take their trial at the next sittings of the Criminal Court ...

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  17. THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL.

    Sir,--In an article under the above heading in "The Age" of Wednesday last, It is im[?]lled that Mr. Williams was the first secretary of the hospital. Permit me to point ...

    Article : 69 words
  18. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--I sec by this morning's paper that Mr. T. R. Andrews has been appointed secretary to the Melbourne Hospital. As you state, this gentleman was lately a member of the ...

    Article : 201 words
  19. THE WEATHER.

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  20. ATTACKED BY RUFFIANS.

    Constable Campbell, of Carlton, was, yesterday morning, about 2 o'clock, returning to the watch house, when he noticed several men standing round a cab ...

    Article : 438 words
  21. RAILWAY EXTENSION.

    The agitation for the cross country line of railway from Goornong to Arcadia has been revived by the Rodney shire councillors, who are anxious to work in ...

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  22. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Tenders received in Adelaide for the State loan of £1,500,000 amounted to over £300,000 Of these one was from the Australian Mutual Provident Society for £100,000, ...

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  23. THE BENDIGO CYCLING TRACK.

    At a meeting of the Easter Fair committee to-night to consider the decision of the L.V.W. that patronage would not be granted to either the St. Patrick's sports o[?] ...

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  24. THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S ILLNESS.

    The Lieutenant-Governor did not sleep well on Wednesday night, but his temperature is very nearly normal, and he feels better, though still weak. ...

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  25. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    It is not expected that any further action will be taken in the direction of selecting the remainder of the Australian eleven until the selectors--H. Trumble, J. Darling ...

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  26. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    John Wiseman Pierce, of Flora Hill, Bendigo, butcher. Liabilities, £134 7s. Od.; assets. £238 8s.; surplus, £99 0s. 6d. Mr. Hasker, assignee. Edwin Lowe, of Hopetoun, farmer. Filed at ...

    Article : 96 words
  27. A NEW POLICE OFFENCES STATUTE.

    The Police Amendment Act passed during the present session will be put into immediate operation. It contains provisions for the punishment of a bully living on ...

    Article : 140 words
  28. BENDIGO SUPREME COURT.

    The February Assizes opened to-day before Mr. Justice Hodges. An old man named William Harrington, charged with assaulting Annie Harrington ...

    Article : 203 words
  29. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER.

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  30. LAW LIST. --THIS DAY.

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  31. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The following are the details of the January gold export:--Kimberley, 2 oz.; Pilbarra, 1931 oz.; Ashburton, 93 oz.; Peak Hill, 3026 oz.; Murchison East, 1808 oz.; ...

    Article : 207 words
  32. AN EYE WITNESS'S ACCOUNT.

    An Interesting account of the whole affair is given by Annie Smith, who is employed as cook to Mr. Gow. Mrs. Smith, indeed, was nearly suffering a similar fate ...

    Article : 533 words
  33. BORDER REVENUE.

    The value of Imports at Echuca for January amounted to £21,312, the principal items being:--Sheep, £8350; frozen mutton, £6482; cattle, £1946; wheat, £870; bran, £154; flour, ...

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  34. MARKET REPORTS.

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  35. VILLE DE LA CIOTAT.

    At 6 o'clock-yesterday morning the customs launch, under Mr. O'Brien, senior clearing officer, conveyed Dr. Grey, from the Central Board of Health, to the French mall ...

    Article : 205 words
  36. DREDGING AND SLUICING GIPPS-LAND RIVERS.

    Mr. Donald Clark, B.C.E., director of the Bairnsdale School of mines, in his annual report to the subscribers, thus refers to the. projected dredging and sluicing operations on the Gippsland rivers:-- ...

    Article : 299 words
  37. GRAIN SALE.

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  38. THE TRAFFIC IN BAD SOVEREIGNS.

    The case of Harry Stanley, who is charged by Detective M'Manamny with being in possession of spurious sovereigns on the 26th January, was investigated at the City Court ...

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  39. TASMANIA.

    The following are the principal winners in Tattersall's Consultation on the Hobart Cup:--1st, W. R. Jones, Post Office, Plne-grove, Victoria, £2025; 2nd, K. M. Nicholson, ...

    Article : 62 words
  40. COUNTRY STOCK SALES.

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  41. THE WHEAT STANDARD.

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  42. NEW ZEALAND.

    The total value of exports for 1808 was £10,523,205, an increase of £506,302 compared with 1897, and the imports totalled £8,280,529, an increase of £175,305. ...

    Article : 33 words
  43. BOX HILL MARKET.

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  44. A LATE HARVEST.

    The wet weather has interfered with the harvest, which is now late. ...

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  45. HORSE SALE. BOX HILL MARKET.

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  46. THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.

    The weekly meeting of the committee of the above institution was held yesterday, Mr. Martin Hood in the chair. Mr. D. Ramsay said that he thought the fact ...

    Article : 219 words
  47. Advertising

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  48. THE YARRA DROWNING CASE.

    The case of Colin Kenneth Carr, aged 8, who was drowned in the Yarra on Tuesday, was inquired into at the Morgue by Mr. Candler yesterday. ...

    Article : 157 words
  49. BENDIGO PRODUCE MARKET.

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  50. ANTECEDENTS OF DECEASED.

    The victim of the tragedy was about 34 years of age, 14 or 15 years of which she bad spent in this colony. She was born in the County of Roscommon, Ireland, and ...

    Article : 196 words
  51. Advertising

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