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  2. THE IMPEACHMENT SERMON

    On the House meeting for business yesterday afternoon, the Premier drew attention to the sermon delivered by the Rev. Henry Worrall, of Golden Square, Bendigo, on "Who ...

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  3. LYNCHING At FLEMINGTON

    Yesterday Thomas Fletcher and Bert Howet, the two young men who are held by the police as having assisted in the lynching of Dohald McLeod, on the flat at Flemington, on ...

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  5. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    Sir,--According to a letter signed by Mr. Cyril F. James, and the report of a meeting at which, no doubt, a small but valiant band of political derelicts appeared, an ostentations ...

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  6. VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT.

    The Speaker took the char at 4.40 p.m. QUESTIONS. Mr. Warde asked the Premier:--(1) What was the original amount of Mr. Croker's bill ...

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  7. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

    Yesterday afternoon, in the presence of a large number of people, Long Gubly and South Bendigo met. The Sotherners' ranks were strengthened by the inclusion of P. Mills, late ...

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  8. THE CHURCHES AND THE PEOPLE

    Sir--The Hon. Geo. Swinburne's [?] outspoken address in Melbourne on Sunday, 15th inst, should commend itself to all thinking people in that it has the true ring of ...

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  9. EAGLEHAWK

    The final concert and presentation of prizes in connection with the competition, held by the Eaglehawk branch of the A.N.A. took place in the Town Hall last night. A very ...

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  10. TELEGRAM TO MR. WORRALL.

    The Temperance Hall was crowded last night, the occasion being a public meeting under the auspices of the Bendigo Council of Churches. At the conclusion of a motion ...

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  11. BENDIGO COUNCIL OF CHURCHES.

    The first annual convention of the Council of Churches was held in the Temperance Hall yesterday. At 3'o clock the members, with the appointed representatives, met to discuss ...

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  12. PUBLIC MEETING.

    In the evening a public meeting was held in the Temperance .Hall. There was a largo attendance The Rev. R. Kellv presided. The chairman said that this branch of the ...

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  13. A DASH FOR LIBERTY.

    The convict, James Roberts, who in April last endeavored to escape from the Ballarat Gaol by jumping from the outer wall, a distance of 25ft, again made a dash for his ...

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  14. EAGLEHAWK V. BENDIGO.

    The sports ground at Canterbury Park was the scene of a very uninteresting match between the above teams yesterday afternoon. There was only a handful of spectators, and ...

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  16. THE WEATHER.

    If the new depression which is coining over from the West, touches this part of Victoria with any of its deepest parts it will soon be very wet and rough again. As noted at ...

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  17. Mr. WORRALL INTERVIEWED.

    At the conclusion of the meeting a representative of The Bendigo Independent interviewed Mr. Worrall. In reply to questions, he said, "I received the telegram just before I ...

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  18. TEMPERANCE REFORM.

    The chairman, in the absence of Bishop Langley moved:--"(a) That this meeting desires to express its approval of the forward movement in temperance reform, which aims ...

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  19. PEDESTRIANISM.

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  20. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    Mr. Bent was merry yesterday in discussing with a Ballarat East municipal deputation the continued Government payment of hotel licence fees to municipal councils, as an ...

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  22. SEVERE FROSTS AT BALLARAT.

    BALLARAT, Wednesday,--There was a very severe frost last night. The temperature was 28--that is 4deg below freezing. Much damage was done to plants in the Botanical ...

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  23. OBITUARY.

    The funeral of the Late Mr. Michael Tuohey, of Mount Pleasant, took place yesterday, to the White Hills Cemetery, leaving his late residence at 9 o'clock, and was very largely ...

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  26. WEST'S PICTURES AND THE BRESCIANS.

    In their criticism of the above refined combination, the Ballarat Courier says:--"It is safe to say at the outset that for good music, good pictures, and a good entertainment. West's ...

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  27. INTERSTATE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--[?] Melbourne, who is on a visit here, in the course of an interview, said that it is time, in the interests of cricket, that the New South ...

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  29. ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.--The final deposit of £200 aside was to-day lodged by Stanbury and Towns, who row for the championship of the world on Saturday next. ...

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  30. OLD AGE PENSION'S.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.--In the Assembly to-day Mr. Archibald, Labor leader, gave notice that on September 5 he would move that in the opinion of the House it is desirable ...

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