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  4. THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF A BARMAID.

    The enquiry into the circumstances attending the death of Miss Theresa Jane Beaver was resumed by Dr Youl, the City Coroner at the Morgue to-day. The ...

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  5. THOSE PREMIER PROSECUTIONS.

    Lieutenart-Colonel Templeton was present this afternoon, but did not take hit former seat. That was occupied by Mr O'Halloran. The official liquidator. ...

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  6. THIS DAY'S WIRES.

    At the Albury police Court this morning a seafaring man, named Phillip Donovan, was brought up on suspicion of having stolen property in his possession. Accused had ...

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  7. LICENSING COURT.

    The Metropolitan Licensing Commissioners, consisting of his Honor Judge Molesworth, Messrs Shuter and Nlebolson, the morning 'transacted the following ...

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  8. THE ROSA CRAGAN CASE.

    This morning the mysterious Cragan case advanced another stage, the body of the woman registered by Edward Cragan, the medical clairvoyant, as that of his sister, ...

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  9. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Tram shares all tho talk to-day. Revenue over estimate L342,269. Not had. London wheat market higher. Wet ...

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  10. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The Postmaster-General will introduce the Penny Postage Bill into the Assembly as soon as public business permits. Mrs Phillip Deutz dropped dead at Kiama ...

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  11. THE WEATHER AND THE FLOODS.

    The weather continues fine. The flood waters in the Hawkesbury river are slowly subsiding, and traffic generally has been resumed. At Welgett the Barwon is over 30 ...

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  12. HAWTHORN RAILWAY REQUIREMENTS.

    Captain Taylor, M.L.A., to-day introduced a deputation from the residents of Hawthorn and the surrounding districts to the Railway Commissioners with reference ...

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  13. FROM BRISBANE.

    Though fine weather is likely to be general in most parts of Queensland during the next 24 hours, it is considered by Mr Wragge that the conditions are developing for ...

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  14. DEATH OF MR JUSTICE MEIN.

    Yesterday, immediately after prayers, both Houses of Parliament adjourned without transacting any business, out of respect to the memories of Mr Justice Mein, ...

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  15. TO-DAY.

    A large and respectable representation of the general public. He was fairly large, undeniably respectable, and occupied a comer seat on the long bench that ...

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  16. LATEST CABLES.

    The match between the Australian cricketers and the County of Dorbyshire, which was postponed yesterday in consequence of wet weather, was not ...

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  17. REMOVAL OF MELBOURNE ABATTOIRS.

    Mr M'Lean, with Mr Foster, M's.P., introduced a deputation from the stock agents to-day to the Premier, with respect to the question of removal of the ...

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  18. THE SEPARATION MOVEMENT.

    A Townsville telegram states that Mr Parkes, the president of the Separation League, has received a letter from Mr Henuiket-Heaten, in which that gentleman ...

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  20. THE MINES.

    The new find of galena at the 300ft. level in the north drive of the Junction mine has cut out. This galena was struck on Monday morning, after 16 feet of country ...

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  21. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN BILL

    In the House of Commons to-day the West Australian Bill was finally passed through committee in its original form, no amendments having been carried. ...

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  22. LATE SPORTING.

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  23. LATEST COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The cargo of wheat per ship Cape Wrath, from Port pine 16th March, was sold to-day at 36s 3d per quarter. The cargo of wheat per ship ...

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  24. LATE STOCKS AND SHARES.

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  25. THE LAST MOMENT.

    Rainfall record for last 24 hours, ending 9 o'clock this morning:-- Victoria--Balranald, 4 points: Euston 11 points Menindie, 2 points; Moutalnem, 8 points; Pooncarrfe, ...

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  26. FROM TASMANIA.

    A caucus meeting of the Opposition is being held this morning to discuss the Federal representatives question intend to nominate one member ...

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  27. BY WIRE.-- FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.

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  28. FIRE BRIGADES' BILL.

    Mr Zox, M.P., introduesd a depatation from the Melboarne and Sabarban .Fite Brigades Assocition to the Chief Decretery to-day and discussed the new Fire Brigfite ...

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  29. TO-DAY'S SHIPPING NEW

    Had July.--Afternoon, 2,11; to-morrow morning, 2,45; afternoon, 3.22 ARRIVED. ...

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  30. FROM THE COUNTRY.

    A destructive fire broke out this morning at a quarter to 5 o'clock, resulting in the entire demolition of the Farmers' Arms Hotel. Melville street, occupied by ...

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  32. PROPERTY SALES.

    Messrs Baylee and Go held sale of city and country property at their rooms, Collins street, to day. The first lot was 26th by 90th in Latrobo ...

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