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  2. STATE POLITICAL NOTES.

    When the latest edition of "The Age" went to press yesterday morning the Legislative Assembly had just resumed consideration of the estimates of the ...

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  3. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A ease of parroting has been reported to the police by Mark Joseph Blake, who states that he was knocked down und robbed of £10 16 at about 10.30 p.m. on ...

    Article : 94 words
  4. AMUSEMENTS.

    The Christmas concert of the above society took place at the Athenæum yesterday evening, under the presidency of Sir Samuel Gillott. Undoubtedly the most important ...

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  5. THE GRAIN TRAFFIC.

    On the Treasurer's estimates being further considered by the Legislative Assembly in Committee' of Supply yesterday morning, Mr. Hutchinson opposed the item ...

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  6. A RIGHT OF WAY DISPUTE.

    The Brunswick court was occupied for a considerable time yesterday in the hearing of [?] case in which Patrick Duffy, of Bishop-street, Brunswick, proceeded against David Phillips, ...

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  7. COUNTRY NEWS.

    At the Ballarat East court on Wednesday a man named Thomas O'Connell, also known as "Burge," was sentenced to one months imprisonment, with £2 46 costs, ...

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  8. BENDIGO.

    Mr. J. R. Goodisson, who recently retired from the firm of Henderson and Goodisson, has been presented with a valuable English lever stop watch, with chime attached, and ...

    Article : 110 words
  9. QUEENSLAND.

    The Government has decided that the hours of work of the civil servants in this State shall be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., instead of to 4.30 p.m., but the time for ...

    Article : 54 words
  10. GEELONG.

    The recent heavy rains resulted in the aqueduct at Anakie being washed away and damage done to, the extent of about £200. It is not probable that the department will ...

    Article : 367 words
  11. GOOD HAULS BY ANGLERS.

    The fishing season opened hero on Monday, when Mr. O'Dolphin and party secured 100 lb. weight of cod and bream. W. M'Leod caught 80 nice bream off the wharf ...

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  12. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The corn trade section of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce to-day fixed the standard weight of wheat at 61½ lb. per bushel for the present season. Last year's ...

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  13. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    The President took the chair at 3.30 p.m., and the House at once proceeded to deal with the unfinished odds and ends of business. Private members' business, ...

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  14. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Captain Richardson, of the steamer Manilya, was fined £5 at Fremantle to-day for carrying uncustomed goods on his ship. Notice, of appeal was given, the magistrate ...

    Article : 47 words
  15. AN ARBITRATION AWARD.

    The Arbitration Court yesterday interpreted its award in the case of the timber employes, which led to the recent strike. The court stated that it had fixed the ...

    Article : 124 words
  16. MISS ADA CROSSLEY IN ORATORIO.

    The Melbourne Philharmonic Society will give its fifty-first annual performance of The Messiah in the Town Hall to-morrow (Christmas) night. The occasion is ...

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  17. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    This morning Mr. F. M'Craw was driving a team of bullocks, and in raising the long whip the lash struck him in the left eye, injuring it so severely that it is thought ...

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  18. TREATS FOR THE POOR.

    Men and women in many varieties of raiment, indicating various degrees of poverty; the halt and the maimed, the old and the young, sat down before tables ...

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  19. A PAIR OF ADVENTURERS.

    On the 23rd November the little yacht Kia Ora sailed away from New Zealand with two young men named Buckeridge and Sowden aboard, bound for London, via ...

    Article : 390 words
  20. INFANT BITTEN BY A DOG.

    The infant of Mr. A. Taylor was playing with a dog when it made a sudden snap at the child's face, its fangs, piercing clean through the upper lip and tearing a ...

    Article : 58 words
  21. WARRNAMBOOL.

    At the town council meeting on Tuesday night complaint was made by Cr. Swinton that cattle were allowed to wander on the marram grass plantations, and were doing ...

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  22. MANGLED BY A THRASHING MACHINE.

    A man named Edward Butler met with a terrible accident, which was attended by fatal results, while performing his duties on a thrashing machine on Tuesday. The ...

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  23. THE WEATHER.

    Cosgrove reports 76 points; Moe, heavy rain: Shepparton, 75 points, and Tallandoon, 75 points: ROCHESTER. At 5.30 p.m. on Tuesday a terrific thunder storm, accompanied by hail, passed ...

    Article : 113 words
  24. CARRUM WATER TRUST.

    The election of two commissioners on the Carrum water Trust resulted in the return of Messrs. George Guinn and Alfred Rigby against the retiring member Mr. W. ...

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  25. RABBIT EXTERMINATOR TESTED.

    Messrs. Parker Brothers' rabbit exterminator has been put to a further trial during the past three days under the supervision of Mr. R. B. Kerr, senior rabbit ...

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  26. RAIN IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 170 words
  27. MARINE EXCURSIONS.

    The steamer Ozone will leave the Port Melbourne railway pier as under during the Christmas holidays:—To-day, to-morrow (Christmas day), and Saturday (Boxing day), at 10.30 a.m. for ...

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  28. RAIN IN QUEENSLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 108 words
  29. THE BOT FLY PEST.

    The bot fly is very prevalent here, and is attacking, horses throughout the district. In the paddocks the animals are galloping about in a semi-mad condition. ...

    Article : 118 words
  30. CANDIDATE'S DEPOSIT ATTACHED.

    Notice was lodged with Mr. J. A. B. Koch, returning officer for Richmond, at his offices in Collins-street, on Tuesday afternoon, for the attachment of £5 56 from the deposit ...

    Article : 184 words
  31. STATION REPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 39 words
  32. RAILWAY DANGERS.

    Last Tuesday an open door on a passing suburban train was the cause of a passenger on the Sydney, express losing his life, and this accident, which recalls a number ...

    Article : 262 words
  33. OBSERVATORY REPORT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 317 words
  34. BUSH FIRES BRIGADES.

    A public meeting was held on Monday, evening to establish a bush fires. brigade. There was a large attendance. The following officers were appointed:—Captain, ...

    Article : 181 words
  35. CHEAP WINE.

    At the late inquest on John Russell, who fell from a waggon after drinking two bottles of wine, and was killed, the city coroner referred to the wine,which cost ...

    Article : 85 words
  36. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    Mr George Godfrey, M.L.C., will be a candidate for election as member for the Melbourne South province in the reformed Parliament. ...

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  37. A CORONER ON CANCER.

    At the inquest on John Williams, found drowned in Port Adelaide docks, the evidence to-day showed that deceased was suffering from cancer. An open verdict was ...

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  38. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    Something like a deadlock occurred between the Assembly and the Council last night. The latter refused to consider tho Redistribution of Seats Bill until the ...

    Article : 140 words
  39. OUTTRIM ASSAULT CASES.

    The evidence for the prosecution in the Outtrim assault cases was given at the local court yesterday. Walter Payne, J. C. Rosborough, A. Teece, Wm. Moore and Peter ...

    Article : 212 words
  40. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE.

    Sir,—In view of the awful death of a railway passenger which recently, occurred in consequence of his head being struck by the open door of a passing train, and as it ...

    Article : 270 words
  41. TO-DAY'S FORECASTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 83 words
  42. SUDDEN DEATH AT BURNLEY.

    Mr. Thomas Lloyd, 63 years of ago, died suddenly at his residence, the Rising Sun Hotel Burnley-street, Burnley, yesterday morning. He had complained of feeling unwell on Tuesday, but rose ...

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  43. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    WYCHEPROOF. Mr. John Credlin's Terminus Hotel was completely destroyed by fire shortly before daylight on Wednesday. The fire is supposed to have been due to a boarder sleeping with ...

    Article : 264 words
  44. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 154 words
  45. TASMANIAN TIN DISCOVERY.

    Excellent samples of lode tin were brought in to-day from the Stanley River Tin Syndicate's sections. They are from three new lodes, all near each other, 14 ...

    Article : 96 words
  46. A LOST CHILD.

    An unknown child, aged about three years, was brought before the Carlton court yesterday, and remanded until 6th January. On Tuesday evening Constable Norris found the little fellow wandering ...

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  47. BOY'S ESCAPE FROM DEATH.

    An employe of the Austral Otis Engineering Works at South Melbourne, named George Melville, sixteen years old, was caught by the coat between the cog wheels of a machine at which he ...

    Article : 96 words
  48. BIBLE IN STATE SCHOOLS.

    At a poll taken here on the question of Bible reading in State schools tho votes recorded were 256 in favor and 56 against, while 18 refused ballot papers, and 2 votes ...

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  49. Advertising

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  50. Advertising

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  51. GOLD DREDGING IN GIPPSLAND.

    Information was received by the Bairnsdale Water Trust last night from the partment of Mines to the effect that the department was considering the granting of ...

    Article : 224 words
  52. Advertising

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