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  2. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  3. THE ROYAL VISIT.

    The train by which the Duke and Duches of Cornwall and York will travel to Ballarat will consist of two richly-upholstered Royal sallon carriages, the state ...

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  4. THE BUTCHER'S BILL.

    There is consternation among housekeepers. Meat is going up m price—his already gone up. Butter, milk and eggs are dearer, vet the same allowances must ...

    Article : 1,658 words
  5. THE COMMONWEALTH. KANAKA LABOUR IN SUGAR PLANTATIONS.

    A telegram from our Brisbane correspondent was published in "The Argus" of yesterday stating that Dr. Maxwell, sugar expert of the Queensland Government, had ...

    Article : 356 words
  6. THE MINERS' STRIKE.

    It was generally conceded that the modification of the agreement as to miners consenting to being searched having met with the approbation of the majority of the ...

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  7. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The four masted barque General Roberts, which has made several trips to Sydney, arrived from London to-day after a voyage occupying 141 days. ...

    Article : 258 words
  8. ALLEGED CONTEMPT OF COURT.

    An allegation of a contempt of court of an unusual character was made yesterday in reference to an action now proceeding before Mr. Justice Williams of Ullathorne, ...

    Article : 256 words
  9. LORD HOPETOUN'S STABLES.

    His Excellency the Governor-General has the stables at Government-house well filled with high-class carriage horses and hunters at the present time, the former largely ...

    Article : 1,482 words
  10. INTERSTATE POSTAL PROPERTY.

    Mr. W. P. Crick, Minister of Lands, states that he stall holds the office of Postmaster-General of the state of New South Wales. The reason is that he has to have ...

    Article : 125 words
  11. TEE GOVERNMENT ASTRONOMER'S FORECAST.

    Wednesday (6 p.m.)—Generally fine, with light variable winds; still squally on south-east coast with fresh to strong south-westerly winds and rather rough sea. ...

    Article : 314 words
  12. THE STATE PARLIAMENT.

    A caucus of the Opposition was held at Parliament-house yesterday to receive the resignation of Mr. M'Lean, M.H.R., as lender of the party, he having been ...

    Article : 860 words
  13. STATE GOVERNMENT PROGRAMME.

    The Premier to-day expressed the opinion that the fiscal question was "dead" so far as New South Wales is concerned, and said that the proposals of the ...

    Article : 74 words
  14. PRINCESS'S THEATRE.

    With the fresh, ringing, clear tenor voice of Barron Berthald in the name part, and Mr.Lempriere Pringle's sonorous, healthily broad, and cultured bass ...

    Article : 415 words
  15. MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE.

    A mysterious disappearance at sea is reported from Ulmarra. Mrs, Higham, of Eatonsville, and her daughter Elizabeth, aged 20, were proceeding to Sydney on ...

    Article : 76 words
  16. FACTORY LAW FOR AUSTRALIA.

    The manufacturers of Victoria, whose operations, have been brought within the scope of the Factories and Shops Act, are anxious that this law should extend to all ...

    Article : 302 words
  17. CHARGE AGAINST A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT.

    At the Central Police Court to-day Mr. Daniel O'Connor, the well-known member of the Legislative Assembly, was charged with wilfully interfering with the comfort ...

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  18. THE BRISBANE FORECASTS.

    Victoria—-Except for showers near the straits generally fine and cool. The heavy south-westerly squalls south-east from Wilson's Promontory will shortly moderate. ...

    Article : 230 words
  19. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Ernest A. Ding was run over by a truck loaded with coal at Cockburn to-day, and killed instantancously. Representatives of the fire insurance ...

    Article : 166 words
  20. STATE PARLIAMENT AND ITS PRIVILEGES.

    On having his attention drawn yesterday to the complaints made by the members of the Victorian Parliament at being dispossessed of Parliament-honses, ...

    Article : 208 words
  21. NOXIOUS TRADES AT PRAHRAN.

    A deputation of residents of Prahran waited upon the Board of Public Health yesterday with a view to obtaining redress in the matter of an alleged nuisance in ...

    Article : 101 words
  22. ASTRONOMICAL MEMORANDA FOR APRIL 18, 1901.

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  23. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Wednesday. RAILWAY MANAGEMENT.

    While prosecuting his candidature for West Perth, Mr. Leake, late leader of the Opposition, severely criticised the Government for What he termed the suppresion ...

    Article : 198 words
  24. POISONED BY AMMONIA.

    A married woman, named Catherine Goodbehere, made a serious mistake yesterday, which caused her renoval to the Melbourne Hospital in a serious condition. She ...

    Article : 95 words
  25. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  26. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Last night the Footseray Council received an Invitation from the Minister of Public Works seeking that body's co-operation in providing emplovment for the surplus labour now available in ...

    Article : 1,101 words
  27. POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

    While Henry Knight was bathing in the Merri Creek on February 23, Martin Ryan made off with his watch and portion of his clothing. knight reported the theft to the police, but the culprit ...

    Article : 638 words
  28. STANDING ORDERS.

    The Prime Minister was engaged the whole of yesterday morning going through the standing orders of the Senate, winch had been prepared by Mr. E. G. Blackmore, ...

    Article : 54 words
  29. THE TOWN CLERKSHIP.

    The City Council sat continuously from 8 o'clock last night till 4 this morning discussing the appointment of town clerk. There were 126 applications. One faction ...

    Article : 123 words
  30. MARKING OFF SEATS.

    The Rev. J. B. Ronald, who has been elected to the House of Representatives as the member for Southern Melbourne, has attached his card to a seat in the second ...

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  31. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. VICTORIA.

    ELMORE, April 17.—Mr. Andrew Scott, of Elmore, consigned one truck of horses to Messrs. Adamson, Strettle, and Co., auctioneers, Melbourne, on Saturday, and four of them were ...

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  32. FEDERAL CHOIR.

    The Victorian Sunday-school Exhibition Choir and the Federal Choir held a successful rehearsal last Thursday for the Commonwealth celebrations, and invite ...

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  33. NEW ZEALAND.

    The local municipal elections are exciting much interest. All the aspirants are progressive, including the four labour candidates. ...

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  34. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    The mayor of Sydney was interviewed to-day by representatives of the architects, builders, and merchants of Sydney in reference to the question of the site of the ...

    Article : 120 words
  35. LARGE FIRE AT AUCKLAND.

    Three shops have been burnt at Auckland. The estimated loss is over £7,000. ...

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  36. VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT.

    A meeting of members of the state Parliament who have been elected to the Commonwealth Parliament was held yesterday at the room of the President of the ...

    Article : 465 words
  37. SYMPATHY WITH DR. O'HARAN.

    A meeting of Roman Catholics was held in St. Patrick's schoolroom on Sunday for the purpose of expressing sympathy with Dr. O'Haran. A, subscription-list was ...

    Article : 49 words
  38. RAIN IN OTHER STATES.

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  39. STATE ELECTIONS.

    A large and enthusiastic meeting of Mr. D. E. M'Bryde's supporters of his candidature for the South-Eastern Province was held in the Brighton Town-hall on ...

    Article : 111 words
  40. MILITARY CONFERENCE.

    The commandants from the several states of the Commonwealth, who have been sitting in conference at the Lands Office, Sydney, for some days under the ...

    Article : 104 words
  41. THE NEW STAMP.

    Sir,—In this day's issue I see a representation of new stamps. It has always been the custom for the delineation of the held of the reigning ...

    Article : 105 words
  42. THE SAILORS HOME.

    The thirty-fifth annual meeting was held yesterday, at the above institution, Mr. W. Cowper presiding. The committee reported that the home was being ...

    Article : 88 words
  43. METROPOLITAN LICENSING COURT.

    The following hotel licenses were transferred:— Beaufort, Queen-street. Melbourne, to Michael O'Reefe; Rose of Carlton, parlmerston-street, Carlton. to Charles James Wardley; British Lion, ...

    Article : 127 words
  44. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    The four-roomed weatherboard residence of Mr. Powell, at Daley's Hill, was burned to the ground, with all its contents, on Sunday evening last. There was no one at ...

    Article : 154 words
  45. ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY.

    A special district meeting of delegates was held at District-chambers. St. Patrick's had, on Monday evening, the D.P., Mr. J.F. Grogan, in the chair. The business for which the meeting was convence ...

    Article : 220 words
  46. THE RECENT ELECTIONS.

    Difficulties both by land and sea appear to be experienced in forwarding the federal election returns from portions of the state to the chief returning officer in ...

    Article : 126 words
  47. AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

    KATAMATITE, April 16.—The weather continucs very dry, and ploughing and showing operations are being proceeded with under great ditllculties. Already a large area has been ...

    Article : 177 words
  48. DUTY AND POSTAGE STAMPS.

    Sir,—Having occasion to daily use both postage and duty stamps, I have found the similarity of colouring a serious inconvenience. To guard against, mistakes by ...

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  49. CRIMINAL COURT.

    Andre Santanocchi, a French-Italian, pleaded fuilty to six charges of stealing cattle at Dandenong,Oakleigh, and other places in that distriet. He was remanded for sentence. ...

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  50. NEWS IN BRIEF.

    At the South Melbourne Police Court yesterday morning, before Messrs. Glover and Christutas, J.P.'s' a man named James Conway pleaded gullty to a charge of strealing three wine glasess, and was ...

    Article : 67 words
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  52. THE NEW SOUTH WALES RETURNS.

    The returns in connection with the elections for the Senate have been finally ...

    Article : 109 words
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