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  2. INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES.

    When the Legislative Assembly Unexpectedly and unintentionally divided on the second reading of the Industrial Disputes Bill on Wednesday evening the Premier indicated that he was ...

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  3. THE COUNTRY.

    GODLBDRN, Thursday.--The wind to-day blow at times with almost hurricane force, and the whirling clouds of dust made the day one of the most disagreeable for years. ...

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  5. BROKEN-HILL UNEMPLOYED.

    BROKEN-HILL, Thursday.--The question of dealing with the unemployed was brought up at the last council meeting. It was decided that as the police had power to grant free ...

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  6. NAMOI AND BARWON. ABNORMALLY HIGH.

    WALGETT, Thursday.--The rivers hero are abnormally high, overflowing their banks in places, the low-lying portions of the town being submerged. The Barwon and Namoi are 36ft. ...

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  7. ENGLISH CHURCH FOR THIRROUL.

    BULLI, Thursday.--A bazaar In aid of a fund to erect a church at Thirroul was opened by Mr. T. Farrell on Friday last, in the presence of a large gathering. The bazaar was continued ...

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  8. WALGETT QUARTER SESSIONS.

    WALGETT, Thursday,--The Quarter Sessions opened yesterday, before Acting-Judge Scholes. Mr. Dawson was Crown Prosecutor. Louisa Arwin, alias "Cobar Mary," charged with ...

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  9. THE CANCELLED LEASES.

    The Improvement Leases Cancellation (Declaratory) Bill, which was put through Committee without amendment in the Legislative Council on Wednesday, was yesterday read a third ...

    Article : 187 words
  10. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' DEMONSTRATION.

    COWRA, Thursday.--The Commercial Travellers' Association conducted a demonstration In aid of the local hospital yesterday on the showground, when various games and sports were ...

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  11. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT A FARM.

    BATHURST, Thursday.--A destructive fire occurred at Harrison and Johnson's farm lagoon, situated a few miles from Bathurst, yesterday, when a shed containing ten tons of chaff and ...

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  12. QUEENSLAND.

    At the Central Police Court yesterday, Thanet Collins and Stanley Sinclair appeared on remand, charged with unlawfully having opium in their possession. Defendants were charged ...

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  13. CLOSER SETTLEMENT AT MOLONG.

    MOLONG, Thursday.--At a public meeting in the Town-hall, last night, presided over by Ald. Packham, it was moved and carried unanimously that a closer settlement league be formed. ...

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  14. APPLICATION FOR WATER RIGHT.

    BROKEN-HILL, Thursday.--Ernest H. Fro-men applied to the warden to-day for a license under the Water Rights Act, to construct a dam at Yanco Glen, 25 miles from Broken-hill, ...

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  15. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The total receipts for the Royal Agricultural Society's March show amounted to £1347. The stranded ketch Sir Wilfred Lawson, at Port Moorowie, is lying on an even keel, with ...

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  16. TARIFF IN THE SENATE.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--On resuming consideration of the tariff, to-day, the Senate started off well, by passing two items in the wood, wicker, and cane division in as many ...

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  17. IN THE SHIRES.

    BULLI, Thursday.--The Department of Lands replying to the council's letter--intimating that it was prepared to undertake the care and management of on area of 28 [?] acres resumed for a public park at Stanwell Park--stated ...

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  18. THE PROPOSED CONNECTING LINE.

    BOWRAL, Thursday.--Some time ago Mr. W. M'Court, M.L.A., brought under the notice of the Government the advisability of connecting by railway the southern tableland and the ...

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  19. THE OODNADATTA FLOODS.

    A telegram from Oodnadatta reports that repair works have been effected where, the flood waters did damage to the overland telegraph line Some of the telegraph poles were bent ...

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  20. MARRIED ON £1 A WEEK.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.--A young man appeared at the local court this morning in answer to a judgment summons. He said he was a married man, a printer by trade, receiving £1 a ...

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  21. VISITING IMPERIAL DELEGATES.

    Messrs. A. S. Cheadle and S. J. Jacobs, delegates from the South Australian Chamber of Commerce, waited on the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society on Wednesday, and ...

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  22. THE AMENDED BILL.

    The amended Industrial Disputes Bill, Introduced in the Legislative Assembly yesterday, provides for the creation of an "Industrial Court" which shall be supreme in Its relation ...

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  23. CARRATHOOL.

    HAY, Thursday.--The estimated expenditure for works during 1908 is set down at [?]3427 and for administrative expenses value of the various ridings is as follows:--A ...

    Article : 136 words
  24. NORTHERN COLLlERIES.

    NEWCASTLE, Thursday.--The resolutions passed by the miners' committee of management for the purpose of maintaining discipline in the ranks of the federation, and preventing ...

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  25. CLARENCE RIVER DISTRICT.

    GRAFTON, Thursday.--A district conference was held to-day, comprising representatives of all public bodies on the Clarence, when consideration was given to questions affecting the ...

    Article : 431 words
  26. MULWAREE.

    GOULBURN, Thursday,--The following resolution was carried unanimously at yesterday's meeting of the Shire Council:-- "That whereas the vast majority of the. stock owners and the general public of the State of New South ...

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  27. LOCAL OPTION AT BULLI.

    BULLI, Thursday.--Considerable Indignation is expressed at Bulli at the notion of the Local Option Court In closing the three old Bulli hotels, viz, L. Darcy's Railway Hotel, D. ...

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  28. MURRUMBIDGEE.

    HAY. Thursday.--The council has decided to write to write to the Minister in respect to the curtailment of the Waddy Common, pointing out that the council had decided to take over the common with the annual lease, and now ...

    Article : 175 words
  29. FRIENDLY ARBITRATION.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.) Thursday.--The final conference between the shipowners and the Seamen's Union was held to-day, and ratified the agreement in regard to wages. One of the ...

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  30. NATTA[?]

    BOWRAL, Thursday.--At the last meeting of the National Shire Council a letter was received from the Patrick Plains Shire Council intimating that word had been received from the department to the effect that the giving ...

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  31. NEWCASTLE.

    The following vessels cleared outward at the Custom-house yesterday:--Alabama, str tor Melbourne, with 2750 tons of coal; County of Linlithgow, ship, for Coquimbo, with 3284 tons ...

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  32. BUTCHER'S STRIKE AT THE BARRIER.

    BROKEN-HILL, Thursday.--The Australian Federated Butchers Union has struck a levy for the support of the men on strike here. The strike committee has investigated the ...

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