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  2. SPORTING NEWS.

    In another column the programme for the winter meeting of the above club to be held on Friday, 7th August, will be found. It comprises seven events, in ...

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    What is claimed to be the highest price paid for land around Ballarat was that paid for Mr M'Queen’s farm of 90 acres, at Learmonth, when £34 15s per ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    At the practice of the Maryborough Musical Society to-nighr the question of haring the society represented at the South street competitions was ...

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  5. CABLE NEWS.

    A sensational devdopment is reported in connection with the dynamite outrage committed at San Francisco last May, when the house of Mr Gallagher, ...

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  6. CABLE NEWS.

    The American battleships under the command of Admiral Sperry are now on their way to Australia and New Zealand. They have been sighted at ...

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  7. Sunshine Railway Disaster

    In the Crimnal Court to-day reference was made to the trial of Leonard Milburn, Gilbert Dolman and Fredk. G. Kendall, who were committed for ...

    Article : 118 words
  8. CABLE NEWS.

    The “Daily Chronicle" announces that the Government his decided, for naval reasons alone, to abandon the proposed soheme for the establishment ...

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  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,278 words
  10. MOUNT PROSPECT.

    A local farmer, Mr J. Bell, is carrying out the project of draining a rich river flat comprising some eight acres with the common tubular drain pipes set ...

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  11. TURKEY’S FEARS.

    According to the St. Petersburg journal “Novoe Vremya,” the Sultan of Turkey, fearing the destruction by Great Britain of the Ottoman Empire, ...

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  12. MR. DEAKIN AND THE LABOR PARTY.

    Mr Knox, M.H.R., speaking at the Women’s National League to-night, said:—“It is a mystery to us who know Mr Deakin how he allows himself to ...

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  13. THEFT OF SHEEPSKINS.

    Edward and James Lyon, father and son, the former a skindealer in King strcet, and the latter a youth in his employ, were called on at the Criminal ...

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  14. DEAR MEAT IN ENGLAND

    In view of the shortage of cattle in North America, and the increase in the price of beef in England, another attempt is being made to induce the ...

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  15. NAPOLEONS.

    Napoleon residents cannot complain of lack of entertainments-lately. The latest was a visit paid by West Bros, circus here last Wednesday night, which ...

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  16. Casualties and Fatalities.

    Henry Bradley, aged 19, a resident of Gladstone street, was treated at the Hospital yesterday for an injury to his hand caused while playing football. ...

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  17. FOOTBALL.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 167 words
  18. BRITISH NAVY.

    Extensive, manoeuvres are being carried, out by the British navy. These consist, as usual, of the division of the warships into Red and Blue squadrons. ...

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  19. PORTLAND.

    One thousand crates of rabbits were received at the freezing works in eight days. ...

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  20. DEATH ON THE RAILWAY LINE

    The body of the man who was recently found lying on the railway line between the Mitcham and Ringwood stations has been identified to be that ...

    Article : 209 words
  21. THE AMERICAN FLEET.

    The Bendigo Chamber of Commerce to-day entered a protest with, the City Council against the proposal to spend £600 in entertaining the officers and ...

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  22. ROKEWOOD JUNCTION.

    The Berringa Men’s, [?] company journeyed to [?] tion on Thursday eveuing, and submitted an interesting programme to a ...

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  23. SUFFRAGETTES IN GAOL

    In the House of Commons yesterday questions were asked respecting the experiences in prison of the 26 “suffrage ettes” who on the night of 30th June ...

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  24. SPARGO GREEK.

    A ball and supper was held here in aid of the Daylesford District Hospital, with the result that there will be £5 5a to go to the hospital. ...

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  25. “ROBB’S MILLIONS.”

    There is promise of some costly litigation over what are known in legal circles as “Robb’s millions.” To-day the case came before Mr Justice Cussen ...

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  26. THE NEW ZEALAND FUNCTIONS

    Admiral Sperry cables that 200 officers will participate in the principal functions at Auckland, while 3500 men will be given liberty daily, and paid in ...

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  27. STAWELL.

    Criminal summonses have been served on two well-known men charging them with an offence against a girl under the ago of 16 years. The cases will be heard ...

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  28. THE LORDS AND OLD-AGE PENSIONS.

    “The Times” to-day publishes a leading article, in which it warns the House of Lords of the danger that may arise from any attempt on their part ...

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  29. GOLF.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 317 words
  30. RICH STONES.

    A reef has been discovered at Homebush 3 feet wide, carrying good gold all through. A portion of the reef was pounded in a mortar, and one dish was ...

    Article : 65 words
  31. A GIRL’S SUDDEN DEATH.

    The death of a girl named Jessie Hansen. 15 years of age, who lived with her parents in Bridge street, Port Melbourne, has been reported to ...

    Article : 173 words
  32. BLAMPIED.

    The spell of extremely cold weather has at hist given way to sunny days. The crops are making good headway, and given a few weeks of the present ...

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  33. AMERICAN PRESIDENCY

    The United Mine Workers of America have followed the lead of the American Federation of Labor, and promise to support Mr W. J. Bryan, in This ...

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  34. MACEDONIA.

    In referring to the note communicated to the interested powers by Sir Edward Grey, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in which he proposes the ...

    Article : 76 words
  35. AMUSEMENTS.

    There was another largo audience at the theatre last night, when “Miss Lancashire Ltd. made her lasc appearauce save one. Miss Laines, as Alary ...

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  36. BENDIGO.

    The City Council has decided to cooperate with the movement to have telephonic extension between Daylesford and Guildford, thus establishing ...

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  37. STAFFORDSHIRE REEF.

    The Methodist Church building was filled by an appreciative audience on-Thursday evening, when the musical company of the Berringa Salvation ...

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  38. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET

    There would still seem to be some hope of an Australian Eleven being invited to visit England nest year apart from any scheme for triangular test ...

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  39. A BROKEN LEG.

    A painful accident occurred at Trawalla this evening to Mr J. Lilley, a carter, employed by J. R. Wotherspoon and Co., grocers, of Beaufort. Lilley had just ...

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  40. THE PILGRIMAGE OF THE ROSE.

    This delightful cantata is to be performed by the Liodertofel, assisted by its newly-foomed orchestra and a powerful combination of soloists on Thursday ...

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  41. CORDON.

    The Bungaree railway, station is still very busy. During the last four weeks 2206-trucks have been leaded, 12,000 hags of potatoes having been sent away, ...

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  42. THE YOUNG TURKEY PARTY ACTIVE.

    Intelligence has been received that extraordinary unrest prevails in Macedonia. Many officers belonging to the Young Turkey Party have quitted their ...

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  43. AMATEUR ATHLETICS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 527 words
  44. THE TOORAK TRAGEDY.

    Dr Cole, the coroner, to-day opened the inquest on the deaths of Chas. Alfred Groves and Mary Walkington, whose tragic end at Toorak yesterday morning ...

    Article : 268 words
  45. A MINER INJURED.

    Whilst Waller Gardner was engaged in one of the levels of the Black Swan, at Majorca, on Thursday, a fall of earth took place, and he was partially buried. ...

    Article : 58 words
  46. MARRIED ELEVEN WIVES

    Something In the nature of sation has been provided at Huddersfield by the arrest of a doctor on a charge of wholesale bigamy. The ...

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  47. SCHOOL CHILDREN'S MATINEE.

    The railway car[?]committee are holding a matinee for school children this afternoon at 3 o’clock, in the Alfred Hall, in aid of the Orphan Asylum. The ...

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  48. OVERDOSE OF EUCALYPTUS.

    A child named Frank Redman, 4 years of age, living with his parents in Crossley slreet, Melbourne swallowed an overdeso of cucalyplus. When taken to the ...

    Article : 52 words
  49. A REPRESENTATIVE CRICKETER’S VIEWS.

    Mr Dennison, who represents Nottinghamshire on the advisory committee, affirms that as a result of inquiries he finds that one thing is certain, that ...

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  50. SUNDAY CONCERT.

    The Blind Student’s Sunday evening concerts in the Alfred Hall will be resumed to-morrow night, when a particularly interesting programme of both vocal ...

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  51. ADVERSE WHEAT CROP REPORTS.

    Adverse Russian, British, United! States crop reports have frightened wheat buyers, though large arrivals are "checking strong advance. ...

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  52. HORSHAM.

    Mr J. J. Hennessy, who was the first president of the Pimpinio branch of the A.N.A., has been entertained at a farewell social by his friends, and presented ...

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  53. SWALLOWED A GARGLE.

    Emily Thomas, aged 22 years, residing in spring street City was to-night taken to the Melbourne Hospital, suffering from the effects of poisoning. It is ...

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  54. CANADIAN OLMPYIC COM-PETITORS.

    The Canadian House of Commons has voted the sum of 15,000 dollars (£3000) towards the expenses of the Canadian athletes taking part in the Olympic ...

    Article : 69 words
  55. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A very severe storm which has been experienced at Beziers, in the south of France, has destroyed vineyards, extending over 6000 hectares, (15,000 ...

    Article : 327 words
  56. SEATING.

    A large crowd attended the Columbia Skating Rink last night when some interesting events took place. A six lap dash handicap for men proved exciting, ...

    Article : 98 words
  57. INTERSTATE NEWS

    A meeting of the delegates of the Northern, western, and Southern Coal Miners’ Association of New South Wales and the Victorian Coal Mine ...

    Article : 85 words
  58. COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS IN ST. PATRICK'S COLLEGE.

    The new venture made by St. Patrick's College into the field of commercial examinations must, in the lssue, be a source of satisfaction to the authorities. ...

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  59. BILLIARDS.

    A billiard match between F. Lindrum, the boy champion of the world, and Curnow, 1000 up. will be held at the George hotel on Monday night. ...

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  60. THE BRAZILIAN DREAD-NOUGHTS.

    The "Daily Express" learns on good authority that the three battleships of the Dreadnought type, now heing constructed in England for Brazil, are to ...

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  61. OBITUARY.

    The funeral of Mr Martin Kierce, a very old resident of Pootilla, took place on Tuesday last, when his remains were interred in the Ballarat New Cemetery, ...

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  62. HAMILTON.

    At the Penshurst Police Court on Thursday, a young man named Wm. Landers was charged with stealing £6 odd, The property of a mate named ...

    Article : 127 words
  63. STEALING A SECURITY.

    At the Water Police Court to-day William Stanley Forbes, recently Sydney, manager of the Scottish Union and National Insurance Company, was ...

    Article : 53 words
  64. KOREAN INSURRECTION

    The insurrection against Japanese authority in Korea continues. Latest reports received show that between the 28th June and the 13th July the ...

    Article : 38 words
  65. MINERS’ TURF CLUB RACES.

    Entries for the meeting to be held on Friday, 81st July, close next Monday with, the secretary, Mr Jas, Lyons, at Newton's hotel. The programme is ...

    Article : 148 words
  66. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET.

    Chick wheat is quoted at 4s 6d; other values being unaltered. ...

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  67. PERSONAL ITEMS.

    Mr Thomas M'Gowan, late of Wee Wee Rup, farmer, was possessed of per sonal, property valued at £7602, which he bequeathed to his widow ...

    Article : 48 words
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