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  2. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    In the Divorce Court to-day the hearing was begun of a suit in which Hannah De Fraine is petitioning for the dissolution of her marriage with George de Fraine, timber ...

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  3. RIVER WATERS QUESTION.

    A meeting of the executive committee of the Central Murray-Goulburn League was held at the town hall to-night, when the agreement arrived at by the Premiers' ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The small-pox patients at Little Bendigo have been released from quarantine. Mr. T. Stewart, clerk in the Ballarat Last branch of the London Bank, has died ...

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  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    Although purely instrumental music is rather outside the legitimate sphere of a society primarily instituted for the production of oratorio, the Philharmonic may ...

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  6. LEONGATHA LABOR COLONY.

    In the mischievous agitation which has been started against the decision of the (Minister of Lands to make a proper use of the Leongatha labor colony, ...

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  7. THE RAILWAYS.

    To-day the Railway Commissioners will commence a tour of the country lines throughout the State. Mr. Tait and his colleagues (Messrs. Hudson and Fitzpatrick) ...

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  8. TASMANIA.

    The Darwin Hotel at Darwin was totally destroyed by fire yesterday morning, several of those in the house having narrow escapes. The owner, Mr. M'Kay is in ...

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  9. NIGHT TRAINS TO GLEN IRIS.

    The Chief Traffic Manager of the Railway department, Mr. Lochhead, has decided to restore the night train service on the Glen Iris line, and on the line from Deepdene ...

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  10. BENDIGO.

    Alfred Taylor, miner, employed in the Hustler's Reef No. 1 mine, received a severe scalp wound through a stone faffing, and several stitches had to he inserted. ...

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  11. A PROTEST AT PICOLA.

    At a public meeting held here a resolution was passed condemning the action of the Railway department in placing a woman in charge of the local station. ...

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  12. NEW ZEALAND.

    Large orders for poultry are being received from South Africa. The Government agent reports that there is an unlimited demand for birds in first class ...

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  13. BORDER STOCK CROSSINGS.

    During last month 152,00 sheep, which came into Victoria in consequence of the drought, were returned to New South Wales. On the hilly country the losses ...

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  14. GEELONG.

    Chas. Pilgrim, who is serving a sentence for robbery at Ballarat, was on Tuesday sentenced to three months' imprisonment for the larceny of chaff from the local ...

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  15. CASTLEMAINE.

    The mighty mass of granite constituting Mount Alexander is formed by nature into huge blocks, with crevices, as though one block had been piled upon another, thus ...

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  16. COUNTRY TRAIN SERVICE.

    The Coleraine train was two hours late in arriving last night. KYNETON, Tuesday. On Monday the first train arrived at ...

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  17. CANNED EGGS.

    Is it possible to work up a profitable trade in the canning and exportation to England of Victoria's surplus summer egg supply? Mr. Sinclair thinks it is not. He points ...

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  18. LITIGATION BETWEEN SQUATTERS.

    The hearing of the suit brought by Oswald M'Master, of Queensland, against John M'Phillamy, of Forbes, to recover £6000 for alleged breach of contract for the ...

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  19. THE WINTER DISTRESS.

    The town clerk of Brighton reported to the council, at its meeting on Monday, that the names of seven laborers and one French-polisher had been entered in the ...

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  20. BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY.

    The anxiety with regard to the water question here is increasing as the days pass and no rain falls. When interviewed to-day on his return from Sydney, Mir. Whitehead, ...

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  21. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 410 words
  22. DEATH FROM BLOOD POISONING.

    A sudden death took place here on Saturday in peculiar and painful circumstances, the victim being Mrs. Hearn, wife of Mr. T. Clifford Hearn, storekeeper. A ...

    Article : 88 words
  23. SUICIDE IN A RESERVOIR.

    A retired State school teacher named John Evans, employed by Mr. Nixon, storekeeper, was found drowned in the Boort reservoir this morning. Deceased had been ...

    Article : 140 words
  24. QUEENSLAND.

    The squatter Tuckerman was charged at the Barcaldine court with the murder of his wife. Accused was quiet, but dazed and vacant looking. When asked if he ...

    Article : 49 words
  25. RAILWAY MOTORS.

    A system of railway automobiles, different in some respects from those already projected at Hartlepool and Southsea, is shortly to be initiated by the Great ...

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  26. THE JEWS IN RUSSIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 45 words
  27. SHOOTING A POLICEMAN.

    At the city police court to-day Thomas Stewart and Alfred Josephson appeared on remand, charged with shooting Constable M'Namara. Sergeant Power, who gave ...

    Article : 223 words
  28. SERIOUS RIDING ACCIDENT.

    A lad named Rees, son of Mr. M. Rees, of Yanae, was thrown from a horse on Saturday night last, and when found was in an unconscious state. At the hospital ...

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  29. CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION.

    Mr. W. H. Felstead, of the firm of Messrs. Beath, Schiess and Co., of Melbourne, who is attending the meeting of the general council of the Chambers of ...

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  30. RAIN IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 146 words
  31. BOURKE WEST ELECTION.

    The returning officer for Bourke West (Cr. T. Cain, J.P.) officially declared the poll to-day, and Mr. A. R. Robertson, M.L.A., returned thanks. He declared ...

    Article : 121 words
  32. RIVER MURRAY TRADE.

    The William Davies last night, and the Australian to-day, left for Echuca with full loads of dried and citrus fruits. ...

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  33. THE SOMERVILLE ORCHARDS

    Several large consignments of young fruit trees have been despatched from this district to South Africa, in addition to the extensive quantities which have been sent ...

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  34. OBSERVATORY REPORT.

    The following report has been received from the Melbourne Observatory:-- Weather Chart, Tuesday, 16th June, at 9 a.m.--The cyclone centre has now passed to eastward ...

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  35. MEASLES AMONGST PILOTS.

    The Commissioner of Public Health has received a report that a disease like measles has broken out on Moreton Island. A number of men in the pilot service are affected, ...

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  36. A MISSING BOATMAN.

    Considerable anxiety is felt at Port Melbourne for the safety of Alfred Holland, the oldest waterman engaged at the railway pier, who has been absent from his home since Monday. He was ...

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  37. FRANKSTON-CARRUM ROAD.

    Reference was made at the last meeting of the Frankton and Hastings shire council to the disgraceful state of the Melbourne road between Frankston and Carrum. The ...

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  38. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,--I am a free-trader. The majority of the people of this State are not. I bow to the decision of the majority as wisdom. Your leader on the Rev. Dr. Marshall's action ...

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  39. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAPHS.

    In reference to the suggested arrangements to send ordinary telegrams to Western Australia by the Eastern Company's cable, inquiries have elicited the ...

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  40. CONGREGATIONAL CONFERENCE.

    At the Congregational conference to-day there was a large attendance of delegates and others. A preliminary service was conducted by the Rev. Mr. Dowling, of ...

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  41. BRUNSWICK WAR MEMORIAL.

    In order to recognise the services of the Brunswick war memorial committee, the mayor of Brunswick and Mrs. T. Passfield last evening entertained the members of the committee, together ...

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  42. MALLEE DROUGHT RELIEF.

    Sir,--The central committee representing the shire of Dimboola learns with regret that the funds at the disposal of the central committee are nearly exhausted. We ...

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  43. TO-DAY'S FORECASTS.

    The following are to-day's forecasts:-- VICTORIA (Tuesday, 6 p.m.).--By Mr. Baracchi: Cloudy, some passing coastal showers; cold westerly and south-westerly winds, strong, squally in ...

    Article : 239 words
  44. VANDALISM AT LANCEFIELD.

    Last week the local council called for tenders for planting trees at the sides of High-street, but a public meeting strongly protested against the proposal, and ...

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  45. THE GIPPSLAND STRIKE.

    A number of miners who were previously employes of the Coal Creek Company left here by train on Monday. On being interviewed one of them a former union ...

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  46. NARROW ESCAPE ON THE RAILWAY

    This morning the express tram, when four miles from Wodonga, almost ran into a repairer, who was riding on a railway tricycle. In the fog he did not notice the ...

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  47. DEATH OF GUARD LAFFIN.

    Guard Wm. Laffin, who was admitted to the Melbourne Hospital on 20th ult., suffering from a terrible injury to his thigh, caused by being run over by a railway train from Kew at the ...

    Article : 163 words
  48. GREATER MELBOURNE.

    At the Flemington and Kensington council last evening, the town clerk (Mr. W. M'Call) drew attention to the references which bad appeared in "The Age" on the subject of annexation to the ...

    Article : 310 words
  49. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Minister of Agriculture states that the Government has definitely decided to close the London wine depot. It will be submitted to public tender unless taken ...

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  50. A PRODUCERS FRIEND.

    Mr. James Griffiths, of Fern Dale, Bayswater, who has for some time been employing labor at his own cost on the road leading to Sassafras Gully, in order that the ...

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  51. THE BAIRNSDALE POST OFFICE.

    Before Sir John Forrest and Mr. A. M'Lean, M.P., left Bairnsdale they were shown over the Bairnsdale post office, and the urgent necessity for increased ...

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  52. LAND FOR SELECTION.

    The Frankston and Hastings shire council is endeavoring to have the metropolitan cemetery reserve thrown open for selection, and is seeking the co-operation of the ...

    Article : 174 words
  53. RIVER GAUGINGS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 154 words
  54. SUDDEN DEATH OF A WOMAN.

    The Carlton police forwarded a report to the coroner yesterday relative to the death of Margaret Brady, aged 67, which occurred suddenly at her residence, 26 University-street, on the previous ...

    Article : 132 words
  55. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    James Stephen Douchi, of Chiltern, laborer. Filed at Chiltern. ...

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  56. LAW LIST.--(THIS DAY.)

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 175 words
  57. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The R.M.S. Omrah shipped for London to-day 110,000 sovereigns and 55,128 oz. of bullion, valued at £209,124; also 70 ingots of tin, valued at £600. ...

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  58. Advertising

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  59. THE ENGLISH MAIL.

    The R.M.S. Australia arrived at 7.40 a.m. today, and sailed for Adelaide at 2.30 p.m. Saloon passengers:--For Fremantle: Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Messrs. J. Fotheringham, D. Moslett and J. D. ...

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  60. SALES OF COUNTRY LAND.

    PORT FAIRY.--A Government land sale was held here on Tuesday by Mr. J. B. Holden, who offered lots situated at Woolsthorpe, Yambuk Winslow and Broadwater. The sale realised £560 ...

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  61. MR. CAMERON AT BEECHWORTH.

    Mr. Cameron, Minister of Alines and Water Supply, accompanied by Mr. Morrison, Secretary for Mines, arrived this afternoon by train, and was ...

    Article : 227 words
  62. RELIEF WORKS ON THE GOLD FIELDS.

    In replying to a deputation from the gold fields unemployed to-day, the Premier promised that the reticulation of the gold fields water supply should be taken in hand ...

    Article : 90 words
  63. Advertising

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  64. Advertising

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  65. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    HORSHAM.--A fire has occurred at the farm of Mr. Hoban, of Carran, destroying a great part of his farming plant, including stables, buggy, winnower and stripper. ...

    Article : 36 words
  66. Advertising

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