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  2. LUNATIC ESCAPES.

    Yesterday James Ryan, an elderly man, attempted to derail a train at Broad Meadows. He was arrested, and then it was ...

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  3. PEACE CONFERENCE

    The third Commission at the Hague have discussed the British proposal for dealing with the duties and obligations of neutral naval powers in ...

    Article : 99 words
  4. AMUSEMENTS, ETC.

    The change of programme at Her Majesty’s Theatre on Saturday, night, by which Messrs. Leix and Hurst’s “Bonnie Scot’and” pictures were ...

    Article : 321 words
  5. MALPRACTICE

    The evidence of Detective-Sergeant Kavanagh, the only remaining witness against Lily Lorenzen, who is charged with having performed illegal ...

    Article : 471 words
  6. ATROCIOUS MURDER

    Memories of the Wh[?]techapel atrocities hare been revived by a series of outrages perpetrated in Berlin. The victims are little girls, and they have ...

    Article : 89 words
  7. MURDER

    Charlotte Kenney, a married woman, was tried in lie Criminal Court this morning before Mr. Justice Cussen, with the murder of her infant ...

    Article : 90 words
  8. DEFAMATION

    The hearing of the charge of criminal libel preferred against David Nicholas Maher, by Theodore Hipwell was continued, before the R.M. in the ...

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  9. ACCIDENTS TO FOOTBALLERS

    Snedden, a footballer playing for Carlton on Saturday tripped when running for the ball and broke a leg. Charles Turner, when playing foot. ...

    Article : 58 words
  10. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

    The President of the Legislative Council has issued a writ for an election to fill the vacant seat for the East Province representation, caused ...

    Article : 64 words
  11. THE ARMY

    Owing to the interest aroused by Mr Haldane's army proposals a mixed committee representative of men, and including some Labor Commoners will ...

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  12. CONTEMPT OF COURT

    Alfred Owen Davies, the law clerk, whose refusal to answer questions during the trial of James Faussett, for perjury mainly caused the breakdown ...

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  13. STANDARD OIL TACTICS

    Mr. W. K. Smith, Commissioner of Corporations, has transmitted -to the President his report on the Standard Oil Company, saying: ...

    Article : 164 words
  14. DEEMING’S CELL

    Mr. Hullhas secured the contract for the new police quarters at Southern Cross, and has pulled down the old lock-up in which the notorious ...

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  15. WORKMAN FALLS

    Henry Creelnan was repairing a roof at Fitzroy, when he fell through the skylight, a distance of thirty feet. He was considerably injured. ...

    Article : 37 words
  16. LATEST COMET

    The well known astronomer Flamarion abates that a comet with seven. tails, one seven million miles long, is now one hundred million miles from ...

    Article : 58 words
  17. ALLEGED ASSAULT

    Thomas Sleator appeared at the Boulder Court this morning to answer a charge of having unlawfully assaulted a boy named William Shingles at ...

    Article : 138 words
  18. INFANTICIDE

    The body of an infant, with a bootlace tied round its neck, has been found in Merri Creek. ...

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  19. PREHISTORIC TOAD

    A discovery of more than passing interest has recently been made at Day Dawn, in the form of a live toad. which, for aught that is known to the ...

    Article : 929 words
  20. CABDRIVER INJURED

    Richard Johnston, a cabdriver, was this morning foun[?] in the street at Carlton, cut and bruised about the head and body. ...

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  21. HORSE RACING & BREEDING

    Humphrey de Trafford, it has been elicited during bankruptcy proceedings, lost half a million of money in eighteen years in racing and horse ...

    Article : 55 words
  22. LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY.

    To-night, at the weekly meeting of the Mechanics’ Literary and Debating Society, to be held in the Court House, Burt-street, Mr. W. Martin will ...

    Article : 66 words
  23. QUEENSLAND RAILWAYS

    In view of the prominence recently given to the expenditure on the Queensland railways as compared with that on the railways of this State, the ...

    Article : 700 words
  24. SUNDAY TRADING

    The Rev. Mr. Judkins, speaking at a “Pleasant Sunday Service Afternoon” yesterday, stated that 104 persons had been seen to enter the hotels of ...

    Article : 37 words
  25. MILK O

    The adjourned case in which Phillip, Sparling was charged! with having sohi milk adulterated to the extent of 17 per cent, was brought before the ...

    Article : 197 words
  26. COLLISION

    When assembling for the impending review of the home fleet the destroyers Waveney and Bother colo[?]er at Beachy Head. ...

    Article : 37 words
  27. TEMPERANCE MISSION.

    Miss George and Mrs. Hutcherson continued their work by addressing a large and attentive crowd at the open-air meeting of the Salvation Army ...

    Article : 311 words
  28. BURNING ACCIDENT

    Mrs. Griffin has died at Echuca from burns caused by her falling into the fire during a fit. ...

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  29. NEW ROLLS

    A proclamation has been published in the “Government Gazette” directing that new Legislative Assembly rolls shall be prepared by the ...

    Article : 325 words
  30. MILLIONAIRE’S DEATH

    Mr. Erbacher, a young American millionaire, has been killed at New Jersey while motoring. ...

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  31. COLLISION AT SEA

    The barque Eaglecraing, from Melbourne to Falmouth, with a cargo of which was in collision with the Kalka between Gabo and Deal Islands, ...

    Article : 73 words
  32. PEKIN TO PARIS

    Prince Scipie Borghese, the Italian competitor in the transcontinental race from Pekin to Paris, is still leading, and has now arrived at Moscow. ...

    Article : 35 words
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  34. CLOSING HOTELS

    Licensing Inspector Hughes, in his first annual report since the new Licensing Act came into operation, says that 26 hotels were dosed, ...

    Article : 154 words
  35. ARBITRATION REFUSED

    The Venezuelan Government have refused to arbitrate respecting the asphalt concessions granted to the Americans. ...

    Article : 63 words
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  38. A LINGUISTIC FEAT

    As Fremantle is the first Australian port of call for mail steamers which use the Suez Canal route, the duties of the officers administering the ...

    Article : 176 words
  39. LATE SHARE MARKET

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  40. MESSAGE FROM THE SEA

    A Mrs. Stahborough has informed the Newcastle police that a Mrs. Parkinson found a bottle on the Merewether Beach with a paper inside ...

    Article : 85 words
  41. SWEATING

    A number of employers have been interviewed respecting the alleged sweating in retail drapery establishments, by taking on girls as learners ...

    Article : 107 words
  42. BAD LANGUAGE

    A young man who used bad language in Hannan-street, near the Palace Hotel, at about 10.15 p.m. on July 21, when a number of people were round ...

    Article : 48 words
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