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  6. THOSE PREMIER PROSECUTIONS.

    The first witness called was Mr Davison Symmons, an "Age" reporter, who was asked to give evidence of a conversation he held with Gourlay ...

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  7. THE CHARITIES' COMMISSION.

    The Charities Commission sat again this morning at the Board Room of the lands department, Mr E. L. Zox, M.L.A., presiding. ...

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  8. THIS DAY'S WIRES.

    In connection with the departure of Lord Carrington in November, Mr Willis, M.P., has given notice of his intention to move that the colony should have a voice in the ...

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  9. LATEST CABLES.

    The Australians commenced the seventeenth match of their tour at Stoke, today, against an English Eleven. The weather was showery, and, consequently. ...

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  10. THE EVIDENCE OF MR JOHN LAURENS, M.L.A.

    Mr John Laurens, M.L.A., was called on behalf of the Melbourne Hospital. He had been connected with the institution for 14 years. Regarding the normal charities vote, ...

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  11. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    The Pulman joke. Best thing out. New crop Queensland sugars arriving. More land bursts. Nominal assets, as usual, exceed liabilities. ...

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  12. THE WEATHER AND THE FLOODS.

    Some heavy showers fell this morning, and the weather is still cloudy, but has signs of clearing up. The forecast to-day is "Light variable winds and calms, and the weather ...

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  13. THE FOUNDLING HOSPITALS.

    The Chairman stated that he had received a letter from Captain Evans offering to give important evidence regarding the establishment foundling hospitals. This ...

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  14. THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL.

    The following letter was read from the Melbourne Hospital committee.-- Melbourne Hospital, 2nd July, 1890. ...

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  15. FROM BRISBANE.

    Mr Patrick Real, the well-known city barrister, has accepted the Supreme Court judgeship, rendered vacant by the death of Mr Justice Mein. ...

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  16. MUNICIPAL VISITORS.

    The Mayor of Sydney yesterday afternoon received and entertained several municipal visitors from Melbourne, including Messrs Smithers Gadd, Mayor of Fitzroy, A. Batson, ...

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  17. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    Some 1500 men or so assembled on the vacant piece of ground near the Working Men's College this morning. Most of them were very respectably dressed--as well ...

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  18. THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL AGAIN.

    The following letter was then placed before the committee:-- "To the Secretary Royal Commission on Charities. ...

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  19. MURDOCH UNABLE TO PLAY.

    W. L. Murdoch, the Australian captain, unable to play in the present match, as he is suffering somewhat severely from lumbago. ...

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  20. THE WEATHER.

    Fine weather is likely to prevail in most parts of Queensland. Considerable cloud is still anticipated in the southern parts. ...

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  21. LATEST COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The weekly returns issued by the Bank of England to-day show the proportion of reserve to liabilities to be 35 per cent., or 2 percent, less than last week. ...

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  22. FROM THE COUNTRY.

    The following letter from Mr H. R. Williams, M.L.A., was read at the meeting of Creswick shire council held at Kingston yesterday afternoon:--" In reply" ...

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  23. ACTION FOR FALSE IMPRISONMENT.

    In the Supreme Court yesterday the case of Bignell v. Hutchings was commenced. The action was brought by the plaintiff, Miss May Bignell, a young woman of ...

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  24. THE METAL MARKET.

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  25. THE WHEAT MARKET.

    Australian wheat--April shipment cargoes to arrive, are selling at 36s 3d per quarter. ...

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  26. RAILWAY DISPUTES.

    Great indignation is expressed here upon the proposal to include the National Cross Country Line of Railway, as proposed by Sandhurst,in the Supplementary ...

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  27. THE WOOL SALES.

    The June-July series of Colonial wool auctions is being continued from day to day. Since Monday last 33,200 bales have been catalogued, making a total of ...

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  28. THE NEWMARKET ELLESMERE STAKES.

    The Ellesmere Stakes, of L220, about one mile three furlongs, was run for at Newmarket to-day, and was won by Mr W. C. Cooper's Lady Betty. Three ...

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  29. A HARD CASE.

    On the 23rd of April last three greengrocers were proceeded against at the Brunswick Court under the Police Offences Statute for Sunday trading Under ...

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  30. DR ROWAN'S EVIDENCE.

    Dr Thomas Rowan, the representative of the Victorian Branch of the British Medical Association, was the first witness this morning. He was totally opposed to the present ...

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  31. LORD CARNARVON'S FUNERAL.

    At the funeral of the late Earl of Carnarvon, at Highclere to-day. Sir Arthur Blyth, Agent-General for South Australia, an behalf of Canada and the Australian ...

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  32. THE IRON STRIKE.

    There is no change in tho position of affairs regarding the iron strike. The masters meet to-night. ...

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  33. TO-DAY.

    How are the defendants standing the strain, the wear and tear of the protracted proceedings against them on the charge of conspiracy to defraud? This is the ...

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  34. NEWCASTLE ITEMS.

    Newcastle telegrams state that the steamer Wastwater sailed this morning for Melbourne with 4250 tons coal, while the s.s, Age for the same port took 3150 tons. ...

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  35. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    Messrs Goldsbrough, Mort and Company Limited have received the following cable message from their London house, dated 3rd inst.:-- ...

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  36. LATE STOCKS AND SHARES.

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  37. THE LAST MOMENT.

    A stonemason named William Murray, who is employed at the Training College now in course of election at the University grounds, has reported to the Carlton Police ...

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  38. LATE SPORTING.

    The following scratchings were recorded today for the Williamstown Races:--Hurdle Race--Willie. Railway Stakes--Partner and Columbine. Selling Race--Typhon. ...

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  39. FROM ADELAIDE.

    At the Supreme Court to-day a great deal of interest was centred in a case in which Ford, a trainer driver, sued for divorce from his wife, Harriot, who had ...

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  40. TO-DAY'S INQUESTS.

    An inquest was held by Dr. Youl at the Melbourne Hospital to day, touching the death of a man named William Robertson, a farmer, who resided in Brunswick, near the ...

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  41. SANDHURST.

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  43. MENTONE RACES.

    Fine weather favored the Mentone meeting to-day, and there was a good attendance. An attractive programme of sever events was set dawn for decision, the results ...

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  46. DEATH FROM INFLAMMATION OF THE LUNGS.

    A second inquest was held at the above hospital by Dr. Youl yesterday, respecting the death of a woman named Annie Simms, who died in that institution yesterday. ...

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  47. ADELAIDE.

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  48. THE MINES.

    A large number visited Block 10 this morning, and being taken to the 400ft level the west crosscut was the centre of attraction owing to its being known that a decided ...

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  49. WOMEN'S HOSPITAL.

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