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  5. THOSE PREMIER PROSECUTIONS.

    Mr Panton had the company of six honorary justices this afternoon--Messrs J. M'Donald, Connibere, Barnet, Simmons, Bell and Dalley. ...

    Article : 351 words
  6. THE ROSA CRAGAN CASE.

    This morning Dr Youl, the City Coroner, opened an inquest at the Morgue on the body of the woman Rosa Cragan, wife of Edward Cragan, the medical ...

    Article : 990 words
  7. THIS DAY'S WIRES.

    Information has been received by the Hay police that a man named Wm.Kerr committed suicide at the Sixteen-mile Gums, by hanging himself from a rafter of a stable. ...

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  8. LATEST CABLES.

    The above match was continued as Derby to-day, and in consequence of the dull and threatening weather there was only a small attendance of spectators. ...

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  9. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Sugar v, malt--in beer. London wheat market improving. Wool product of Russia 360,000,0001b. New Colonial Finance Company in ...

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  10. FROM BRISBANE.

    Fine weather is anticipated by Mr Wragge in both North and South Queensland. The constitution and rules of the Women's ...

    Article : 148 words
  11. IN THE DOCK.

    John Crowe was this morning found guilty of stealing a silver watch valued at L5 from Thomas Ashton on the 28th May, 1899. The case was tried yesterday. He was remanded ...

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  12. LATEST COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The British India Company's R.M.S, Jumna, from Brisbane, 13th May, left here yesterday, homewards. ...

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  13. PLEADED GUILTY.

    John Oakley, a letter carrier, tins morning pleaded guilty to stealing two letters, one addressed to Frank Hillman, Pakenham, and the second addressed to T. Barraclough. ...

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  14. A MISSING BOY.

    A report from Hay states that a boy, named Henry Milier, employed by a dairyman named Sissons, has been missing since last week. The horse the boy was riding ...

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  15. LONDON PRODUCE SALES.

    The Union Mortgage and Agency Company of Australia Limited, are in receipt of the following cablegram from their London house, bearing date the 1st instant :-- ...

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  16. FROM THE COUNTRY.

    The colored fruit-hawkers are not to be allowed to ply their vocation in the streets of Geelong. The Town Council at its next meeting will be recommended to pass a ...

    Article : 51 words
  17. STEALING CLOTHES.

    James Smith was charged with having on the 7th May stolon clothes, the property of Herbert Sainsbury, a milkcart driver, and residing at the promises of his employer, Mr ...

    Article : 174 words
  18. POLITICAL MEMS.

    In consequence of the useless attempts that are made nightly by members of the railway caucus to play the part of Hamlet in his interview with the guardians of the ...

    Article : 337 words
  19. THE GROUNDING OF THE EXCELSIOR.

    The Court of Marine Inquiry (Mr Nicolson, P.M., presiding, and Commander Russell and Captain Roberts, nautical [?]crs) met at the Custom House this morning to ...

    Article : 465 words
  20. GORDON TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

    The first winter exhibition of the Gordon Technical College was opened this afternoon. One important feature connected with the opening ceremony was the unveiling of the ...

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  21. TO-DAY.

    Napoleon was the reverse of a big or an imposing-looking man. Yet for years tho Little Corporal went and saw and conquered. Despite Waterloo and St ...

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  22. SHOPBREAKING.

    Wm. Power, a boy, was charged with breaking into the shop of Richard Pyne, clothier, 183 Russell street, on the 9th June. One morning it was found that the ...

    Article : 137 words
  23. DEPARTURE OF GEELONG FOOTBALLERS.

    The Geelong footballers, accompanied by a large number of supporters left to-day for Ballarat, where they will join the Adelaide express this evening, and then leave for the ...

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  24. THE EFFECTS OF DRINK.

    A patient named Nelson escaped from the Sydney Hospital, and attacked a number of the unemployed near the Queen's Statue with a mop handle. He was raving mad, ...

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  25. STRIKE IN THE IRON TRADE.

    A strike has occurred in the local foundries. The Engineers and Fitters' Union asked the master founders to sign certain ...

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  26. THE FISH SUPPLY.

    It has been resolved to establish a chilled fish supply company in Sydney. ...

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  27. LATE STOCKS AND SHARES.

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  28. GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY.

    In the course of a speech in the Assembly, the Hon. Daniel O'Connor, Postmaster-General, made a "bull," causing roars of laughter, by saying a man had been found ...

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  29. FROM TASMANIA.

    At the Weld claim, Moorinna, a Chinese was warming some dynamite when it exploded and killed two men, besides severely injuring a third. ...

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  30. THE LAST MOMENT.

    The forty-first half-yearly ordinary general meeting of shareholders of the Australasian Plate-glass Insurance Company Limited was held at the office 58 Temple ...

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  31. THE WEATHER.

    The weather continues beautifully fine, and seems quite settled. The forecast for to-day is light and variable winds, with fine winds generally, excepting some ...

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  32. THE NATIONAL FEDERATION CONFERENCE.

    When the Assembly meets this afternoon the Federation resolutions will be discussed, and an animated debate is anticipated. A large majority of members are in favor ...

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  33. A BANKRUPT POLITICIAN.

    Mr John Hurley, member of the Assembly for Hartley, has boon adjudged bankrupt, aud has consequently to resign his seat in the Assembly. The petition against Mr ...

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  34. VICTORIAN STOCK EXCHANGE.

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  35. FROM ADELAIDE.

    To-day the Minister of Education received a telegram from the Acting Government Resident at the Northern Territory to the effect that a native had been killed near the ...

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  36. FROM NEW ZEALAND.

    A match division on the want of confidence motion introduced by Mr Ballance, leader of the Opposition, was taken this afternoon, and the motion was rejected by a ...

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  37. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    Still harping on the Minister of Lamis, Fleming and Ross and subsequent speakers all devoted a full quantum of declamation to Mr Patterson. Some of it was applauded, and ...

    Article : 408 words
  38. THE EVIDENCE OF CRAGAN

    Dr Youl (to Cragan): Can you identify her. Cragan (loudly) : Most undoubtedly. What are you ?--At the present time I am ...

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  39. PROPERTY SALES.

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  41. THE PRODUCE MARKET.

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  42. GRAIN SALES.

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  44. SANDHURST.

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  45. THE MINES.

    Great excitement prevailed here last night and this morning, owing to a rumor being circulated that the west crosscut at the 400ft level of the Central ...

    Article : 300 words
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