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  2. Advertising

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  3. THE EARTHQUAKE.

    The earthquake shock of last night was serious, and it was registered in Melbourne. This afternoon, Mr Baracchi was able ...

    Article : 96 words
  4. PENSIONED ELD.

    "Old age pension, sir ? Yes, and very glad of it I am. It stands between me and no bread, as I might say. You see I never did go real ...

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  5. SERVIAN HORRORS.

    The assassination of the King and Queen of Servia is stated to have been predicted by a Spiritualist named Mrs Brenchley, Of 111 SL Thomas's road Finsbury Park. ...

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  6. LAW REFORM.

    Representatives of the council of the law Institute, including Mr M.Cohen (vice- president), Mr Robinson (secretary), Mr. M. Campbell (ex-president). Sir A. ...

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  7. MORE DRIVES ABROAD

    There has been quite a boom lately In the business of hiring horses and traps from livery stable keepers, and falling to return the turn-outs to their rightful ...

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  8. ENGLISH CRICKETERS.

    The Maryleboue Cricket Club is taking active steps towards an early selection of the fifteen cricketers which the club intends to send to Australia as an All ...

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  9. INTER-STATE.

    A strange case was admitted to the Sydney Hospital early this morning. At daylight a colored man was found lying unconscious on one of the seats In ...

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  10. AT GEELONG

    The earthquake shock was distinctly felt hist evening at Belmont, about one a half miles south of Geelong post office. Mr E. Hendy, estate agent, was reading ...

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  11. OTHER REPORTS.

    The following places report by telegram to Mr W. Croft, manager, that the earthquake shock was felt at the times given:-- Split Point, at 8.35 p.m. The ...

    Article : 60 words
  12. RUGBY FOOTBALL.

    Great interest is being taken In the second Inter-State football match. Queensland v. New South Wales, which is being played on the University ground ...

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  13. GOVERNOR'S CRITICISM.

    The recent remarks of the Governor of West Australia with reference to the defence of Fremantle, formed the subject of Several questions in the Federal ...

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  14. AT WARRNAMBOOL.

    Break of day has enabled investigations to be made into the damage done by the earthquake, and has revealed much more and extensive injury than ...

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  15. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Premier (Mr Jenkins) has received the following telegram from the Prime Minister (Sir Edmund Barton):-- "Tis Government regrets to learn of ...

    Article : 131 words
  16. LAST SEASON'S AVERAGES

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  17. IN THE SENATE.

    Senator De Largie (W.A.) asked the Postmaster-General:-- 1. Has the Government seen. in the "Argus" of 9th July, the report of a speech ...

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  18. TASMANIA.

    Another case of small-pox is reported this morning, the patient being a young girl named Cutter, residing in the city. There are now twenty-three patients ...

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  19. OUR SHIPPING RECORD

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  20. AGAIN CONVICTED.

    In the Criminal Court to-day, Clance Smith, the young half-caste who recently arrived from South Africa, and is now undergoing sentences for imposition, was ...

    Article : 347 words
  21. HUSBAND AND WIFE.

    At the Richmond Court to-day, before Messrs Asher and d. Bennett, J's.P, a young woman named Agnes M'Millan Gough proceeded against her husband. ...

    Article : 257 words
  22. THE WEATHER.

    The Melbourne Telegraph Office reports that this morning Mt. Mocedon was covered with snow, and that there were heavy falls both at Daylesford, Kyneton, ...

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  23. CUSTOMS SEIZURE.

    Detective-Inspector Christie, accompanied by Detectives Sextos and Arthur, to-day went to a house. No. 8 Minnie street, Bruaswick,and made a large seizure ...

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  24. INFANT LIFE PROTECTION

    At the Brunswick Police Court this morning Sarah 'Stevens, a registered nurse, was proceeded against under Section 9 of the Infant Life Protection Act. ...

    Article : 309 words
  25. OTHER SHOCKS

    The shattering of crockery, and the shaking of houses, and the crocking of church crosses, appear not to have been confined to Warrnambool alone. All through the ...

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  26. RAILWAY REWARDS.

    The Railways Commissioner, having arranged the allocation of the L108I 7s 9d subscribed by the public to reward employes of the department who ...

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  27. THE MEAT MARKET

    Both town and country buyers were fully represented at Newmarket this morning when sales commenced. Fat Cattle.--A full supply, numbering 1450 ...

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  28. IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Company Limited received the following rain advice from Benduck Station. near Hay. New South Wales, dated ...

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  29. TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW.

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  30. THE SHOPS ACT.

    At the Richmond Court to-day, Inspector Billingham proceeded against several local tradespeople under the Shops and Factories Act ...

    Article : 152 words
  31. THE GOLDEN CITY

    From Ballarat Mr Baracchl was advised to-day that the citizens of the Golden Inland had been alarmed by a "light shock at 8.30 in the evening, and that ...

    Article : 184 words
  32. CLAIM FOR WAGES.

    At the Kew Court to-day Raymond Coswello proceeded against Arthur Wills, of the Willsmere Park Dairy, for the recovery of L3 12s. Of this amount 30s was ...

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  33. THE WEATHER CHART.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 176 words
  34. THE LIQUOR LAWS

    At the Carlton Court to-day, Kate Deeley, licensee of the Victoria Hotel, Kay street, was proceeded against by Sub-Inspector Oliver, on a charge of falling to ...

    Article : 52 words
  35. CHILD INJURED.

    twelve years, residing at 83 Albert street, Windsor, while crossing High street on her way from school at mid-day to-day. was knocked down by a cyclist. She ...

    Article : 71 words
  36. THE DEER DUTY.

    At the South Melbourne Court to-day, Margaret Moloney, license of the City Rood Hotel, and James V. Brown, license of the Royal Hotel. were each fined LC for ...

    Article : 39 words
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