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  4. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    The Australian Eleven today concluded a match at Dublin against a team representing the past and present players of Dublin University. ...

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  5. Y.M.C.A. DEMONSTRATION.

    The 34th annual demonstration of the Y.M.C.A. was held in the Melbourne Town Hall tonight Professor W. C. Kernot presided, and there was a very large at ...

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  6. MR. BENT'S SPEECH.

    ''It is merely an advertisement of a surplus-- a surplus which has yet to be analysed by these not on one side of polities." This was the comment of the Leader of ...

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  7. MR. REID AT HAWTHORN.

    Under the auspices of the Women's National League (now popularly known as "Mrs. Barrington's League") Mr. G. H. Reid, the Prime Minister, addressed a ...

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  8. MR. R. H. S. ABBOTT TO MR. BENT.

    The Premier has, (states our Melbourne correspondent), received, the following communication from Mr. R. H. S. Abbott, secretary of the Bendigo Art Gallery:-- ...

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  9. COUNTRY SCHOOL MISTRESSES.

    In accordance with the wish of the Education Department for better accommodation in outside country districts for female, State school teachers Mrs. John, Woods ...

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  10. THE ESSEX MATCH.

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  12. OBITUARY.

    The death occurred on Wednesday (writes our Inglewood correspondent), of Mrs. Annie Walker, better Known in the early days as Annie Custim. She succumbed to ...

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  13. ABOUT PEOPLE.

    A meeting of the friends of Mr. K. J. Sutherland, the accountant in the London Bank, who is being promoted to the metropolis, was held yesterday at the City ...

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  14. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A valuable mare belonging to Mr. R. McConnachie of Epsom, was badly, injured, on the rump by being out on ft sharp-edged stump. At first it was thought, the animal ...

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  15. WRONGFUL AND MALICIOUS IMPRISONMENT.

    The hearing of the action brought by Charles P. Carney of Carlton, against Thomas Walter delves, boot manufacturer and Mayor of Fitzroy, was continued in the ...

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  17. POPULAR "POPS."

    It was wet, windy and cold last nighty and the streets were muddy and miserable. Despite all these dispiriting yet seasonable discomforts the Masonic Hall was filled from end to end ...

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  18. CONSUMPTION AND ITS TREATMENT.

    Dealing with the consumptive problem at a meeting of the Board of Health on Wednesday. Dr. Norris stated, that there were probably something like 200 cases of ...

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  22. RECORDS OF SUFFERING.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday-- Dr. Cole the District Corner, made two inquiries into the deaths of two infants, the children of two single women named Ellen ...

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  23. GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS.

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  25. INGLEWOOD A.N.A. COMPETITION.

    These were advanced another stage on Wednesday, and there was a good attendance at the Town Hall in the afternoon. The evening session was timed to start at ...

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  26. A WORKMAN KILLED.

    MELBOURNE Thursday,-- James M'Oarthy, of Richmond, who fell off a scaffold at Buncle's Works, West Melbourne, on Wednesday died in the ...

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  27. THE WEATHER.

    The new "depression" arrived in, Bendigo all right yesterday Up to 9 o'clock,last night 29 points were registered, and some more can be expected today. These rains are falling ...

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  29. EAGLEHAWK.

    Amongst the correspondent to be dealt with at the meeting of the borough council this evening is a letter from the Water Supply department sanctioning the ...

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  30. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

    Business has been quiet today over the Nationals and prices have not materially changed. Marmont was in slight request at sixes for the National Hurdle, while Adjuster ...

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  31. FOOTBALL.

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  32. (From Our Own Correspondents.)

    BALLARAT, Thursday Evening. -- Heavy rain tonight. DIGGORA WEST, Thursday.-- Steady rain has been falling with every appearance of ...

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  33. "GENERAL" BOOTH.

    "General" Booth left Adelaide by the R.M.S. Oroya today. This morning a meeting was held at which he held an enthusiastic send off and ...

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  34. HURRICANE AT KANGAROO FLAT.

    A severe cyclone passed over the lower part of the township yesterday afternoon at about 3 o'clock, doing considerable damage to several properties that were situated in its course. It ...

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