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  2. GOVERNMENT OFFERED ASSISTANCE.

    SHEPPARTON.--A motion was carried at a meeting of Shepparton Agricultural Society on Saturday that a communication be sent to the Acting Prime Minister ...

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  3. RETURNING TROOPS.

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  4. TRADE AND FINANCE

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  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    There was a crowded house on Saturday at the Bijou Theatre, where the policy or the management in submitting programmes of the bright and breezy order is meeting ...

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  6. DIVIDENDS.

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  7. STOCKS AND SHARES

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  8. DAILY WEATHER CHART.

    The above chart shows some intensification as compared with Friday's barometer readings in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. POSITION IN SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY.--Messrs. Holloway and Russell, delegates from the disputes committee of Melbourne Trades Hall Council, reached Sydney on Saturday morning, but both ...

    Article : 259 words
  10. PRODUCE MARKETS.

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  11. FORFEITED SHARES.

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  12. PALACE THEATRE.

    Patrons of Fuller's Palace Theatre on Saturday night saw a change from the old Drury-lane type of melodrama to the lighter and brighter form of American ...

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  13. COUNTRY SHARE MARKETS.

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  14. YESTERDAY'S BAROMETER (Corrected)

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  15. FORECASTS.

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  16. ON STRIKE.

    Though it was 9 o'clock she had not lit the candle. With the blind up she sat in the moonlight by the window. Though the night was bitter, and the wild wind ...

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  17. ASTRONOMICAL MEMORANDA.

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  18. MAJOR PLANETS.--July 14.

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  19. IMPORT MARKETS.

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  20. OFFICIAL RAINFALL RECORDS.

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  21. INTER-STATE STOCK EXCHANGES.

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  22. MELBOURNE CORN EXCHANGE.

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  23. INVESTMENT STOCK.

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  24. CUSTOMS REVENUE.

    The Commonwealth revenue collected at the port of Melbourne on Saturday amounted to £6258 177. ...

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  25. OVERSEA TRADE.

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  26. PICTURE THEATRES.

    The Girl Who Came Back proved to be one of the most interesting picture stories shown at Hoyt's theatres on Saturday. Ethel Clayton bring the heroine. There was an infusion of "Fatty" ...

    Article : 395 words
  27. CLARKE and Co. (A. ROTTER CLARKE).

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  28. WESTONIA MINES.

    PERTH.--Department work at the 321 feet level in the eastern section of the Edna May Central property near the joint boundary of the Central and the Edna May Consolidated ...

    Article : 238 words
  29. Rain in Riverina.

    WAGGA.--Soaking rains were experienced over the whole district on Saturday, The situation for farmers and sheep owners was becoming critical, and the fall is of immense benefit. ...

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  30. SNOW AT BALLARAT.

    BALLARAT.--There was a light fall of snow in Ballarat on Saturday. Snow also fell at Bungaree and other outlying districts. ...

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  31. RAINFALL COMPARISON FOR MELBOURNE.

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  32. NEWS IN BRIEF.

    At the Baptist church, Hoddle-Street, Abbotsford last night, an honor board was unveiled by the mayor of Collingwood (J. R. Reid). The board contained the ...

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  33. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  34. BENDIGO AMALGAMATED

    It is stated by the Bendigo Amalgamated Gold Fields that at the Unity shaft satisfactory prospects to disclosed in the 1255 feet north stones along the large Victory spurs. Mr. J. J. Ryan ...

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  35. RIFLE SHOOTING.

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  36. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Brigadier-General Elliott returned to Ballarat on Saturday night after an absence of over four years no active service, and was accorded an enthusiastic reception at the ...

    Article : 105 words
  37. Australian Copper Industry.

    This morning, at 10.30, a conference of the greatest importance to the Australian copper industry will be opened at the Prime Minister's office. The Federal ...

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  38. THE DAYLESFORD GROUP.

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  39. LONDON MARKETS.

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  40. TROOPS PER AENEAS LANDED.

    Though timed to land at Port Melbourne at 2 p.m. on Saturday, troops arriving by the transport Aeneas, to the number of 300, reached the pier a little earlier, and by ...

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  41. A.N.A. COMPETITIONS.

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  42. BENDIGO.

    The annual meeting of Bendigo district council of the Farmers' Union wits held on Saturday. The election of officers for the ensuing' year resulted as follows:--President, ...

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  43. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    KYNETON.--The body of Alice Boyett, the young woman who disappeared from her home in Mollison-street on Monday, was found in the Campaspe on Friday evening. ...

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  44. MINING AT ARARAT.

    ARARAT.--Referring to the labor question at the South Langi mine, Mr. Bryant, the mine manager, stilted on Friday that 75 per cent, of the men engaged a month age on the mine ...

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  45. Somali Due To-morrow.

    The transport Somali is ex peeled to arrive to-morrow. All Tasmanian troops now in Melbourne must report at the Domain camp not later than 10 a.m. to-day. ...

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  46. THE METAL MARKET.

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  47. DAIRY PRODUCE, &c.

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  48. Young Axeman's Sudden Death.

    YARRAM.--Gordon Cowell, a young man, about 23 years of age, was found dead in bed at Jack River on Friday morning. Deceased, who was a successful axeman at log-chopping contests had ...

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  49. GEELONG.

    The annual Orange demonstration was held on Sunday afternoon in the mechanics' hall. Tennyson Smith commenced his ...

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  50. Price Fixing Staffs.

    In view of the fact that price fixing by the Commonwealth has now been abandoned, steps have been taken to reduce the staffs of the price-fixing ...

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  51. Boy Run Over by a Dray.

    CASTLEMAINE.--John Alexander Rilen, aged 17, of Muckleford, died In Castlemaine Hospital on Friday night from injuries sustained through being run ever by the wheel of a wood dray ...

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  52. Blackberry Pest.

    BRIGHT.--At the police court on Friday, George Higginson, of Tawonga, was proceeded against by Bright shire council for failing to destroy blackberry hushes on his property. A ...

    Article : 339 words
  53. JUMBUNNA COAL.

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  54. DELIVERIES OF WHEAT.

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  55. DARING SUBURBAN THIEF.

    An audacious robbery was perpetrated on Friday last, the victims being proprietors of a certain boarding establishment in Parkville. The story of the crime it as follows:--In answer to an ...

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  56. MINING YIELDS.

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  57. London Share Market.

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  58. MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS.

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  59. Bulk Handling of Wheat.

    Bendigo district council of the Farmers' Union, at its annual meeting on Saturday, decided, on the motion of the president, Mr. W. C. Hill, that in view of the ...

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  60. Advertising

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  61. THE KALGOORLIE MINES.

    KALGOORLIE.--The Premier, Mr. Mitchell, arrived in Kalgoorlie on Sunday, and representatives of the unions concerned in the wood line dispute had a long interview ...

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  62. ARARAT ALLUVIAL MINES.

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  63. LAW LIST--THIS DAY.

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  64. Advertising

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  65. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    At a Government sale of 11,638 bales of New Zealand wool, which was conducted at Bradford, a splendid of selection of crossbreds was offered. Competition was keen, and prices for all classes were ...

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  66. Advertising

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