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  2. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    The final figures for the election of two members for the Southern district in the Legislative Council were received to-day, and show, as expected, that Sir Edwin Smith (Independent), ...

    Article : 86 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The strike at the Warden mine, Mount Markey, has been stopped by the directors telegraphing instructions to the manager to continue the old rate of pay, 8[?] 4d. per shift. The Good ...

    Article : 69 words
  4. AMUSEMENTS.

    There was again a most liberal and hearty display of enthusiasm at the Town Hall last night, and it is clear that the music loving public have very speedily gauged the capacity of our ...

    Article : 472 words
  5. PHOTOGRAVURES OF AUSTRALIAN PAINTINGS.

    The reproduction by photogravure of the best works of art yet produced in Australia offers colonial artists a very good means of obtaining a more general recognition of their merits than ...

    Article : 502 words
  6. SPORTING NOTES.

    In a field of 13 for the Hurdle Race at Epsom yesterday Stamboul was a pronounced favorite, but the veteran could get no nearer than sixth, Navarino beating Velocity very easily. Platina, ...

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  7. VAGRANT SWAGMEN.

    The seven swagmen mentioned in The Age of to-day as having been arrested on Sunday afternoon on suspicion of being concerned in several petty larcenies committed recently, were ...

    Article : 123 words
  8. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    A concert was held last night, in aid of the stranded members of the Manning Opera Company, and it was very successful. As the result a majority of the members of the company will ...

    Article : 48 words
  9. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLD FIELDS.

    The last crushing at the Central Mine yielded 97 oz. of gold from 297 tons. The discovery of gold is reported near the Moore River, 80 miles from Perth, on the ...

    Article : 71 words
  10. TASMANIA.

    A boy named Hillier, aged 16, was shot in the shoulder by his brother Fred at St. Leonard's, but was not seriously injured. William Goodman, aged 70, was found dead ...

    Article : 132 words
  11. THE YORK DYNAMITE OUTRAGE.

    M'Cabe, the man charged with perpetrating the dynamite outrage at Father Gibney's residence at York, has been committed for trial. The evidence showed that M'Cabe purchased 10 ...

    Article : 75 words
  12. THE GIPPSLAND DISTRICT.

    A day or two ago it was mentioned that an association called the Sale Sugar Beet Growers' Association had been formed, its object being to thoroughly test the adaptability andcapability ...

    Article : 363 words
  13. MELBOURNE HOSPITAL.

    At the fortnightly meeting of the committee of the Melbourne Hospital, held yesterday afternoon, notice of proposed amendments in by-laws was given by Mr. Baxter as follow:- ...

    Article : 166 words
  14. THE BANKRUPTCY OF MONTAGUE FERDINAND LEVY.

    In the Bankruptcy Court to-day, in the case of Montague Ferdinand Levy, Mr. Gordon moved, under section 130, for an order declaring void, as against the official assignee ...

    Article : 146 words
  15. THE WEATHER.

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  16. THE BAKERS AND MILLERS ACT OF I893.

    The first prosecution instituted in the Flemington and Kensington district under this act was heard yesterday at the local court, Sydney Adams, a baker, having been summoned at the ...

    Article : 118 words
  17. RELIEF OF DISTRESS.

    At the meeting of the Essendon council on Monday night a further sum of £25 was voted to tho Ascot Vale unemployed fund, in addition to the £50 already donated by the council. The ...

    Article : 322 words
  18. DEATH OF A RETIRED JUDGE.

    Mr. Peter Faucett, ex-M.L.C., nud an ex-judge of the Supreme Court, died this morning. He was admitted to the colonial bar in 1852, and in 1869 became a judge of the Supreme Court. ...

    Article : 120 words
  19. THEATRE ROYAL--THE COLLEEN BAWN.

    The concluding week of the Maggie Moore Dramatic Company's season in Melbourne will include two or three revivals of time honored but favorite plays, produced with such unusual ...

    Article : 481 words
  20. SANATORIUM AT BALLARAT.

    Dr. Grey, of Melbourne, visited Ballarat today, and in company with representatives of the municipalities of Ballarat City, Ballarat East, Sebastopol,Buninyong (borough and shire), ...

    Article : 173 words
  21. THE PRESTON SHIRE LOAN.

    At a meeting of the Preston shire council on Monday, Cr. Bayliss submitted an offer of £98 per £100 for the remaining £3000 of the loan, the debentures to carry accrued interest from ...

    Article : 74 words
  22. VICTORIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION.

    The monthly business meeting was held on Monday evening in the Friends' Hall, Russell-street; Mr. J. Little in the chair. A large amount of correspondence was read, including a request from ...

    Article : 215 words
  23. RAILWAY TICKETS AND BY-LAWS.

    In the Banco Court to-day, an important point was decided with respect to the sale and use of railway tickets. In February, A. Comley, of Adelaide, was summonsed by the Railway ...

    Article : 123 words
  24. ASCOT RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 347 words
  25. THE JEWISH RACE.

    SIR,--In your leading article of the 19th inst. you scarcely do justice to the Jews in relation to their money-lending proclivities. It need not be pointed out to you that up to a very recent ...

    Article : 785 words
  26. TELEGRAPHIC CHESS MATCH.

    The above match, of 11 players a side, will be played to-morrow. Victorian players will be accommodated with a room at the Boat Office, and play will begin at 9.45 p.m. sharp. The ...

    Article : 89 words
  27. A GREAT RABBIT TRAPPING RECORD.

    Some extraordinary rabbit trapping has been accomplished at the Mount Alexander commons during the past six months by H. R. M'Niece. He was subsidised by the commons managers to ...

    Article : 104 words
  28. YACHTING.

    A trophy has been presented by Mrs. George Mendes, of South Melbourne, for an open race, to be sailed on the Albert Park Lake to-morrow morning, at 10.30. Commodore Heard will offi[?] as ...

    Article : 89 words
  29. THE AUSTRALASIAN WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

    The general conference of the Wesleyan Church of Australasia was continued to-day. It was decided that a loyal address should be presented to the Governor. Several members ...

    Article : 82 words
  30. CRIMINAL COURT.

    The sittings of the Criminal Court were continued yesterday before the Chief Justice and juries of 12 ; Mr. Finlayson prosecuting for the Crown. ...

    Article : 252 words
  31. THE FISHERIES BOARD.

    SIR,--I would like to put the late Fisheries Board right with yourself and the public. They were created by the present Premier to advise on the fisheries, and never performed or wanted ...

    Article : 881 words
  32. METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE SCHEME.

    SIR,--My attention has been called to your report of a recent lecture by Mr. Thwaites upon the above undertaking. The lecturer made a point of comparing the prices per aero paid for ...

    Article : 748 words
  33. GIPPSLAND COAL SEAMS.

    The foreman in charge of the No. 6 drill at Berry's Creek received instructions yesterday to dismantle and await instructions, and the men are proceeding with the work. The drill had ...

    Article : 96 words
  34. THE BRIDGE-STREET BURGLARS' SENTENCES.

    The mayor has granted the use of the town hall for a public meeting on Friday to further the movement for obtaining a commutation of the death sentences passed on the ...

    Article : 126 words
  35. Advertising

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    Advertising : 63 words
  36. THE NEW SHIRE OF WYCHEPROOF.

    A large meeting of ratepayers was held in the mechanics' institute this evening to make arrangements for the election of councillors to represent the new shire of Wycheproof, being the ...

    Article : 110 words
  37. SYDNEY TURF CLUB RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 285 words
  38. THE PRIVATE STREETS QUESTION AT HAWTHORN.

    The Hawthorn bench yesterday, through the medium of the mayor, Mr. Percy Russell, gave its reserved decision in an action by the local council against C. J. Hope for the recovery of ...

    Article : 441 words
  39. THE TASMANIAN UNMEPLOYED.

    A mass meeting of unemployed was called for this morning in Launceston, but only 60 men attended. The speakers roundly rated the absentees, and it was resolved to send a ...

    Article : 98 words
  40. A CRIMINAL OFFENCE.

    At the City Court yesterday, Frederick Lanigan, a man of some 33 years of age, was charged with having committed an offence under the Crimes Act, upon Emily Bluff, prior to April, ...

    Article : 151 words
  41. A FATAL EARTHFALL.

    A fatal mining accident occurred at Majorca to-day to a young man named Charles Stubbs, who was engaged with his mate, Wm. Whitfield, sinking a shaft on their claim. The water ...

    Article : 128 words
  42. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Acting on the suggestion of the Railway Commissioners, the public works committee to-day decided to defer consideration of the proposed railway to the Wyalong gold field for ...

    Article : 169 words
  43. AMALGAMATED MILLERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The general meeting of the Amalgamated Millers' Association of Victoria was held on Saturday evening at the Trades Hall; Mr. G. Linklater presiding. It was reported that in two ...

    Article : 65 words
  44. A.R.C. BIRTHDAY MEETING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 244 words
  45. BEALIBA, TUESDAY.

    A meeting was convened here yesterday evening for the purpose of establishing a creamery. Shares were taken up freely in the room. BENDIGO, TUESDAY. ...

    Article : 726 words
  46. EPSOM RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,233 words
  47. NEW INSOLVENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 134 words
  48. QUEENSLAND.

    An engineering [?] has leased a portion, of the Market-buildings, near the Roma-street railway station, for the cold storage of farm and other produce on the Chicago system. ...

    Article : 191 words
  49. Advertising

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    Advertising : 229 words
  50. A FRIENDLY SOCIETY SUMMONED FOR SICK PAY.

    A novel claim upon a friendly society was made at the Footseray police court yesterday, when Dennis Quilty, a member of the M.U.I.O.O.F., Loyal Footseray Lodge, ...

    Article : 119 words
  51. LAW LIST.--THIS DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 127 words
  52. VICTORIAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

    "Too much ruck play" was the text of a series of lectures read to football umpires by the unpireland permit committee of the Victorian Football Association, which met at Young and Jacksons ...

    Article : 1,054 words
  53. Advertising

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    Advertising : 61 words
  54. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The body of an infant was found under a culvert in Morphett-street, North Adelaide, this afternoon. It bad apparently been there for a fortnight. ...

    Article : 170 words
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