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  2. ANGLO AUSTRALIAN NOTES.

    The question of taking some stop to stop the[?] of foreign, by which is meant all meat not of British origin, as if it were the produce of some portion of the United Kingdom was ...

    Article : 1,838 words
  3. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 982 words
  4. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS ASSOCIATION.

    The monthly meeting of the council of the Victorian Railway association was held last evening; the president (Mr. R. G.Kent) in the chair. There was a large attendance. ...

    Article : 275 words
  5. THE DUTTON CASE.

    The hearing of the action for divorce, Dutton v. Dutton, was continued in the Second Civil Court yesterday before Mr. Justice Holroyd and a jury of 12. The petitioner, Mrs. Mary ...

    Article : 2,050 words
  6. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    Last week a Seventh Day Adventist, named Robert Shannon, was fined 2s., or in default two hours in the stocks, for working on Sunday. The Attorney-General this morning signed a ...

    Article : 94 words
  7. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The mayoress of the city, Mrs. Thompson has appointed Messrs. George Perry, J.Noble Wilson and H. A. Nevett a committee to select a work of art for presentation to the Ballarat ...

    Article : 153 words
  8. ARREST OF A BANK TELLER.

    At the Grafton police court to-day, Erskine Smith, teller of the local branch of the E.,S. and A. Bank, was remanded on a charge of stealing £929 the property of the bank. ...

    Article : 133 words
  9. THE MAYORALTY OF BENDIGO.

    A special meeting of the city council was held to-day to elect a mayor. Cr. Lazarus, M.L.A., the retiring mayor, stated that up to the present £8673 had come in in rates, leaving about £2000 ...

    Article : 136 words
  10. AMUSEMENTS.

    The box plan for the final performance of Helping Hand will be opened at Glen and Co.'s this morning at 10 o'olock. The partnership between Mr. Gilbert and Sir ...

    Article : 275 words
  11. COLONIAL AND IMPORTED SPIRITS.

    SIR,--A great many false deductions on the question of colonial and imported spirits have been made by those giving opinions from a want of knowledge of the inner working of ...

    Article : 857 words
  12. THE UNEMPLOYED QUESTION IN ADELAIDE.

    At a meeting of between 300 and 400 unemployed this morning, a committee of six was appointed to wait on the Commissioner of Public Works in reference to the finding of ...

    Article : 89 words
  13. THE PROPOSED LINE TO MILDURA.

    At a meeting of the Mildura and Wentworth Railway League to-night the following resolution was passed :-- That this league hears with satisfaction of the ...

    Article : 72 words
  14. STATE COOPERATIVE FARMING.

    SIR,-- There are all the essential elements lying idle around us,which,if brought together and well organised and directed under a system of State co-operative farming, would ...

    Article : 1,167 words
  15. MURDER BY A CHINESE COOK.

    The inquest was concluded to-day on the body of Ernest Roult, a young South Australian, who was shot by a Chinese cook on the river steamer Ettie, near Brewarrina, on Saturday. A verdict ...

    Article : 49 words
  16. THE BUTTER FACTORIES.

    The new building for the butter factory here is almost completed, and the factory will open on Monday next. Branch creameries will open on Thursday at Tocan East and Mitre Lake, ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. THE LAW OF INSOLVENCY IN QUEENSLAND.

    In the Supreme Court to-day an application was made to commit to prison J. W. Barrymore, trustee in the insolvent estate of Wm. Hiley, for contempt of court, for ...

    Article : 89 words
  18. PROPOSED TRAMWAY AT SWAN HILL.

    A meeting of ratepayers, convened by the president of the shire of Castle Donnington, was held here on Saturday afternoon to consider the construction of a tramway to Waitchie, ...

    Article : 92 words
  19. THE REV. DR. TALMAGE.

    The visit to Australia of tho celebrated minister of the Brooklyn Tabernacle, who is to arrive in Melbourne on Thursday, will give interest to a brief sketch of the life and work of ...

    Article : 885 words
  20. THE HOBART EXHIBITION.

    A meeting of the directors of the exhibition, which was held at Hobart, discussed a protest from local tradesmen against sales being allowed in the exhibition. ...

    Article : 101 words
  21. PROTEST AGAINST THE TOBACCO EXCISE.

    A meeting of settlers interested in tobacco culture was held here on Saturday night. It was resolved that the absolute repeal of the excise on Victorian manufactured tobacco is ...

    Article : 73 words
  22. THE EXTRAORDINARY CONSIGNMENT OF CHILDREN.

    The three children sent from Sydney to the Premier prove to be those of the man Kelly, killed by a trolly accident at Bridgewater last September. Parliament voted £100 gratuity ...

    Article : 71 words
  23. THE CULTURE OF SUGAR BEET.

    A quantity of beetroot, weighing 10 tons, and grown on the farm of Mr. Michael M'Inerney, Warrenheip, has just been treated at the School of Mines for a return of 11 per ...

    Article : 82 words
  24. FIRST MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS AT COOLGARDIE.

    The first election for mayor and councillor of Coolgardie since the place has been declared a municipality took place to-day, and excited a deal of interest. Mr. J. Shaw, formerly mayor ...

    Article : 97 words
  25. IVESON AND DIBDEN'S COMPANY.

    The shareholders of the Iveson and Dibden's Company, whose meeting at Daylesford the other day was so noisy, met at the British Hotel, Creswick, this afternoon, and confirmed ...

    Article : 738 words
  26. THE QUEENSLAND MEAT TRADE.

    In view of the glutted condition of the London meat market the Queensland Meat Export Company has decided to reduce the freezing charges for cattle during August, September ...

    Article : 81 words
  27. NEW SOUTH WALES

    A young man named W m. James was crushed to pulp by the fall of a large body of stone in Haigh's quarry, near Lithgow, to-day. ...

    Article : 31 words
  28. ATTEMPTED ROBBERIES IN THE CITY.

    Early yesterday morning a constable who was on duty in William-street heard some noises in the wine and spirit warehouse of Messrs. J. D. Tuomy and Co. He secured the services of the ...

    Article : 237 words
  29. QUEENSLAND.

    A telegram from Clermont this afternoon states that the prospectors' and reward claim has bottomed on splendid gold. The ground has been taken up for a considerable distance, and ...

    Article : 60 words
  30. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 357 words
  31. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Brewers'Employes Union have decided to call a special meeting, and invite the executive of the Trade and Labor Council to consider the proposed tax on beer introduced in the ...

    Article : 130 words
  32. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. E. Darlot, a member of the Assembly for the Murchinon-district, has resigned his seat. This electorate is one of the largest in the colony, but contains only 37 electors. ...

    Article : 135 words
  33. UNIVERSITY REVENUE.--A SUGGESTION.

    SIR,--Re University objections to retrenchment in your issue of the 7th inst, I would like to suggest through your valuable columns very humbly to those omnipotent "ones who will not ...

    Article : 244 words
  34. LAW LIST.--THIS DA Y.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 132 words
  35. THE ANTI-OPIUM SOCIETY.

    At a recent meeting of the Council of Churches it was resolved to petition Parliament to pass a law restricting the use of opium to medicinal purpose. The Anti-Opium League is working ...

    Article : 175 words
  36. TASMANIA.

    Mr. Fitzgerald, the representative of Tasmania at the Ottawa Conference, writes to Sir Edward Braddon eulogising Canadian hospitality, and suggesting that the same be officially ...

    Article : 68 words
  37. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The delegates of the St. Kilda council on the Albert Park trust reported to their council last night that the Railway department, without consulting the trust, was erecting a subway at ...

    Article : 141 words
  38. NEW ZEALAND.

    This morning the No. 1 coal bunker on the Kaikoura waa found abnormally hot, caused, it is supposed, by contact with the steam pipe from the refrigerator. A gang of men was put ...

    Article : 70 words
  39. Advertising

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    Advertising : 92 words
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