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  4. POSTAL COMMISSION.

    The Postal Commission heard further evidence as to the working of the Postal Department, in the Senate Club room, at Parliament House, to-day. Mr Storer, ...

    Article : 601 words
  5. ASKS FOR A PENSION

    "A magistrate has no power to order tho arrest of any person unless he sees the person doing something in contravention of the laws." ...

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  6. GRIM TRAGEDY.

    An extraordinary tragedy which is still surrounded with much mystery occurred yesterday at Wickham. A man named Edward Joseph Healy ...

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  7. DIABOLICAL CRIME

    A dastardly attempt was made to-day to kill, by means of an infernal machine, Mr Archie Challenor. who is employed by the Australian Fruit and Produce ...

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  9. NAMES OF STATIONS.

    The Railway Commissioners have during their term of office adopted a policy of changing the names of railway stations. ...

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  10. LORD KITCHENER

    There has been a prompt and cordial response from. Lord Kitchener, whom the Federal Government has invited to visit Australia after he retires from the ...

    Article : 239 words
  11. RUSH TO CARLTON

    "It is the biggest crowd I have ever seen going to a football match," remarked Senior Constable Anderson, who was in charge of a squad of police ...

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  12. Family Notices

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  13. NEWS AND NOTES IN 'A NUTSHELL.

    Tragedy. A man shot. A woman arrested. Wickham (N.S.W.) the scene. ...

    Article : 319 words
  14. THE UNDER-SECRETARY.

    "Whether the order was lawful, and whether the police should have obeyed it, is at least open to question." said the Under-Secretary (Mr Callaway) ...

    Article : 224 words
  15. PASTOR DEMANDS PLEDGES

    The action of the Rev. P.W.R. Newton. incumbent of Christ Church, Geelong, in demanding that the members of the Christ Church Union should give ...

    Article : 232 words
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  17. MAN LOST IN THE BUSH

    A man named Edwin Yeates has been since Monday lost in the hush in a place known as Western Tiers. He left Mole Creek with a shooting ...

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  18. BURNED TO DEATH.

    Mrs Cunningham, wife of a settler at Smithton, an agricultural district on the North-west coast, met with a terrible death yesterday. ...

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  19. PERSONAL.

    Dr. Pain, Anglican Bishop of Gippsland. intends to visit England shortly. During Dr. Pain's absence the diocese will be administered by Archdeacon ...

    Article : 300 words
  20. MR READ MURPHY

    Mr G. Read Murphy, P.M., was seen by a "Herald" representative to-day, and asked what Justification he had to offer for ordering Mr Hill's arrest. ...

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  21. OVERDUE.

    The Italian barque Ereminia is so much overdue on a voyage from Marseilles to Melbourne that anxiety Is being felt for her safety. ...

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  22. THIEVES AT COBURG

    Thieves have been very busy in the Coburg district during the last couple of weeks, and a number of robberies have been reported. ...

    Article : 103 words
  23. PART OF THE POLICE.

    The Chief Commissioner of Police (Mr O'Callaghan), who was also seen regarding the incident, said that he did not wish to criticise the action of Mr ...

    Article : 168 words
  24. CHINESE MISSION.

    There was a large attendance of sympathinsers with the objects of the China' Inland Mission at the Baptist Church Hall this afternoon. The ...

    Article : 95 words
  25. HAPPY CHILDREN

    A merry crowd of children, nearly a thousand in number, accompanied by many ladies and gentleman, assembled at the Town Hall this afternoon as the ...

    Article : 177 words
  26. OAKLANDS HUNT CLUB.

    The Oaklands Hunt Club held a successful meeting this morning. Starting from, the year, of the Royal Hotel, Essendon, the hunt was through Buckley ...

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  27. "KING OF THE WALLABIES."

    The hearing of charges of unlawful assault preferred against Patrick O'Farrell, known as the "King of the Wallabies," and Michael Mahoney, both ...

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  28. RAILWAY STATIONS ROBBED

    Thieves broke into the Croydon, Kilkenny, and Woodvllie stations on the railway line between Adelaide and Port Adelaide this morning. ...

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  29. MISSING TELLER.

    The authorities of the Colonial Bank were not prepared to-day to make a definite statement regarding the disappearance of Mr James M. Fitzsimons, ...

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  30. MUST OBEY INSTRUCTIONS.

    Superintendent Charles, who is in charge of the police here, said that the police had to carry out instructions of the police magistrates. ...

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  31. S.S. MANUKA.

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  35. MYSTERIOUS THEFT.

    Yesterday Mrs Emma Butler, licensee of the City of York Hotel, reported to the police the theft of a bag containing L25 from a hiding place in her ...

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