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  2. PARLIAMENT.

    The MINISTER of LANDS, in reply to Mr. Staughton, stated that, with the consent of the Minister, gravel, stone and timber might be removed from Crown lands ...

    Article : 4,949 words
  3. AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMEN

    In the Assembly to-day Mr. Crick, in reply to questions, said that no communications had passed between the Government and the Eastern Extension Company for ...

    Article : 177 words
  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Mr. James F. Collins, hotelbroker of Port Melbourne, was run over by a train at the Creswick station on Tuesday night as he was crossing the line. His leg was cut off ...

    Article : 405 words
  5. ANGLICAN CHURCH ASSEMBLY.

    The Anglican Church Assembly resumed its sittings in the Cathedral Chapter House yesterday afternoon, the Bishop of the diocese presiding. There was again a large at ...

    Article : 2,125 words
  6. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Drastic measures are being taken with the ferries under the Navigation Act, the passenger limit being cut down by fully a third, so that steamers which have hitherto ...

    Article : 519 words
  7. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    This bill, which provides for the appropriation of £120,000 of the surplus revenue, was received from the Assembly, and passed through all stages. ...

    Article : 1,273 words
  8. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    When the Legislative Council met to-day the Attorney-General stated that the President, Sir Richard Baker, had been injured through being thrown from his horse, but ...

    Article : 273 words
  9. BENDIGO.

    The October sittings of the Supreme Court were commenced on Tuesday, before Mr. Justice a'Beckett. Alexander Douglas 52, charged with committing an unnatural ...

    Article : 254 words
  10. QUEENSLAND.

    In the Assembly to-day, on the motion of Mr. Philp, the Federal Elections Bill was advanced to the formal stage. Mr. Browne moved the adjournment of the House to ...

    Article : 175 words
  11. EVENING DEBATE.

    Rev. E. H. Scott, who spoke amid many interruptions, strongly opposed the bill on the ground of the injustice threatened to the clergy of the poorer districts, and be ...

    Article : 854 words
  12. QUEENSLAND.

    A number of letters have been abstracted from private letter boxes at the General Post Office during the past few weeks, and it is believed that the locks have been ...

    Article : 100 words
  13. GEELONG.

    The Bannockburn shire council on Tuesday adopted by-laws for the inspection and registration of all dairies within the shire, and fixed the registration fee at 3 Per ...

    Article : 285 words
  14. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day Mr. Monger asked the Premier, without notice, whether any further correspondence had been received regarding the improper issue ...

    Article : 96 words
  15. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Royal Arthur, the flagship of the Australian Squadron, with Rear-Admiral Pearson aboard, sailed for Melbourne today. ...

    Article : 24 words
  16. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    A telegram received by the Postmaster-General from the postmaster at Kurnalpi, states that a nugget weighing 13 lb. avoirdupois, was unearthed on Monday by Win. ...

    Article : 172 words
  17. CATHOLICS AND PROTESTANTS.

    The third annual session of the eleventh Anglican Synod for the diocese of Sydney opened to-day. The Archbishop of Sydney presided, and in the course of his address ...

    Article : 513 words
  18. TRAGICALLY SUDDEN DEATH.

    To-day Mrs. Coe, wife of Mr. Joseph Coe, an old and respected resident, had just finished her midday meal, being apparently in her normal condition of health, and went ...

    Article : 113 words
  19. TASMANIA.

    Work on the Great Western railway started this morning, 140 men being engaged. A new route is to be sought for by a survey party from Zeehan, and while a ...

    Article : 135 words
  20. ATTEMPTED BURGLARY UNDER ARMS.

    An attempted burglary took place at Mr. J. Guild's residence on Monday morning. About 1.30 o'clock Mr. Guild was aroused from his sleep, by a noise in hie bedroom. ...

    Article : 92 words
  21. NEW ZEALAND.

    The liquidators of the Colonial Bank expect to bring the liquidation to a close at the end of the year, and hope to pay a dividend of 1 per share. ...

    Article : 35 words
  22. A COACH CAPSIZE.

    Cobb and Co.'s coach, which leaves Ballarat for Rokewood at 10 a.m. on Monday, had a mishap at Enfield yesterday, which might have resulted very seriously. In going ...

    Article : 612 words
  23. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 28 words
  24. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 169 words
  25. BAND PLAYING ON SUNDAY.

    At the monthly meeting to-day of the Ballarat Presbytery, the Rev. W. Fraser, B.A., of the Scots' Church, Soldiers' Hill, complained bitterly of the desecration of ...

    Article : 266 words
  26. ATTEMPT TO DERAIL A TRAIN.

    What appears to have been a deliberate attempt to derail the Heidelberg train was made near the Collingwood railway station early yesterday morning. Before the ordinary traffic commenced, an ...

    Article : 246 words
  27. TO-DAY'S FORECASTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 244 words
  28. CHARITABLE DONATIONS.

    In aid of the widow and family of nine children of Martin Kohlman. who died on 17th September at Hawthorn, whose necessitous condition was brought under notice in "The Age" on Friday last ...

    Article : 76 words
  29. Advertising

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    Advertising : 21 words
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