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  2. MAY DAY IN PARIS.

    May Day is being celebrated in Paris to-day. Up to the early afternoon, however the fears of the authorities that serious disturbances would occur had not been ...

    Article : 341 words
  3. INTERSTATE.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.-- The skeleton of a man found near Comb[?]ning siding, in the Temora district, was that of Thomas Tyson, for whom a letter containing money from Tatersall's ...

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  4. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    Mr. S. Collins, land owner, a resident of Keith Bridgewater for 40 years, sailed on Tuesday by the P. and O. Company's steamship Himalaya for England, Mr ...

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  5. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

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  6. ACTION AGAINST TRAM COMPANY

    The action of the young woman Kathleen Kinahan against the Electric Tramway Company, claiming £2000 damages for injuries sustained in a collision, between two ...

    Article : 71 words
  7. ANCIENT GANNON FOUND.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.-- The chief protector of aborigines bus received a letter from Thursday Island slating that a small camion of ancient pattern, called a culverin, has been ...

    Article : 102 words
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  9. CASTLEMAINE COMPETITIONS.

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  10. SECRET OM MR. SEDDON'S SUCCESS.

    WELLINGTON, Tuesday.-- Interviewed on the completion of his 13 years premiership, Mr. Seddon said his aim for the future must be towards attaining perfection, and an endeavor ...

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  11. A SCRATCH MATCH.

    Bendigo, at Sydenham Gardens yesterday, played a scratch match. ...

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  12. BENDIGO DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 331 words
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  14. FOOTBALL.

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  15. A REMARKABLE BANKRUPT.

    HOBART, Tuesday.-- A bankrupt named McGarry has given remarkable evidence before the court. He first said he had lost £1500 in the streets of Hobart while drunk, then that ...

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  16. RECORDS OF SUFFERING

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  17. WIFE BEATER PUNISHED.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.-- James McGifford was severely dealt with at the Redfern court today for a brutal assault on his wife, Edith McGifford. The evidence of complainant ...

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  18. DISORDER AT NIGHT.

    Labor Day was celebrated in most of the large cities without any serious disturbances, though there was a good deal of popular effervescence. ...

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  19. LACK OF EMPLOYMENT.

    KALGOORLIE, Tuesday.-- The Gold Fields Trades and Labor Council has decided to cooperate with the Fremantle association in notifying the public of the eastern States that ...

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  20. LAWN TENNIS.

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  21. RUSSIA.

    A report current at St. Petersburg is that a revolt of a serious character has occurred at Sebastopol. The disciplinary battalion at the Black Set port is stated ...

    Article : 82 words
  22. FLOODING THE MINES.

    BROKEN HILL, Tuesday.-- The flooding of the Northern mines, on account of the Junction fire, will possibly be completed in three or four weeks. About six million gallons of water ...

    Article : 75 words
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  26. EAGLEHAWK

    There was a fair attendance at the Town Hall last night, when the Model Borough Pops were held. A good programme was presented, and the various artists were well received. Miss ...

    Article : 185 words
  27. OBITUARY.

    Miss Emily Hooking Every, eldest daughter of Mr. W. H. Every, of Bosquet street, White Hills, died on Tuesday morning, at the age of 27 years. She was a popular favorite amongst ...

    Article : 361 words
  28. LOST BOY AT BERWICK.

    BERWICK, Tuesday.-- Information reached Mounted-constable Steele last evening that a rabbit-trapper named Ernest Warmbrum, who is trapping along the Cardinia Creek between ...

    Article : 175 words
  29. MELBOURNE

    Detective Manning retold at the City Court to-day. his rather interesting story of how he shadowed and captured a couple of young men named Edward Albert Wilson and John West, ...

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  31. SATURDAY'S PRIZE FIGHT.

    Whilst addressing the annual meeting of the Melbourne Total Abstinence Society, hold at the Temperance Hall on Tuesday evening, Mr. S. Manger, M.P., presiding, Mr. W. H. ...

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  32. BABY PLAYING WITH MATCHES.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.-- Matches are dangerous toys for children. The death of the little child Olive Margaret Nicoll was duo to playing with them. She and an older brother ...

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  33. A FRACTURED SKULL.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.-- Tho tragic end which befel a grocer's assistant, named Oliver Hitchcock, formed the subject of an inquest at the Morgue this morning. The ...

    Article : 124 words
  34. A MISSING MAN.

    The search for a man named Samuel Stevens, rabbit trapper, formerly a grocer's assistant, is being continued at Timboon to-day, but, so far, no trace of his movements since ...

    Article : 127 words
  35. "TAMBOUR MAJOR"

    The [?]dvent of Mr. Win. Anderson's grand comic opera, company in Bendigo, direct from the Theatre Royal, Sydney, and the Princess' Theatre, Melbourne, will be one of the most ...

    Article : 542 words
  36. ROYAL PRINCESS' THEATRE.

    A crowded house aptly describes the attendance at the Royal Princess Theatre when the Parker Hall Company made a semi-departure from the legitimate drama and gave a ...

    Article : 219 words
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  38. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME

    As the sensational drama "Face to Face ' was such a success on Monday night it will, by special request be re[?]astaged to-night. In this drama the full strength of the company is seen ...

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  40. AN IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION.

    Mr. J. G. Steward, ex-secretary of the Bendigo District Association, has received a letter from the Victorian Football League, stating that in addition to the office bearers and ...

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