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  2. THE SPRING CARNIVAL. OAKSDAY.

    The Spring Meeti[?] of the Victoria Racing Club was contin[?]d at Flemington yesterday, when there as a splendid attendance. It was "laes'day," and bright ...

    Article : 145 words
  3. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    The Speaker (Mr. Beazley) took the chair at half-past 4. IMMIGRANTS' HOMES. Mr. PRENDERGAST moved for a ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT.

    Lenient treatment was meted out to Michael Thomas Kiernan, late accountant to Messrs. Pearson and Mann. solicitors, who was before the City court ...

    Article : 250 words
  5. OLD-AGED PENSIONER'S DEATH.

    WERRIBEE, Wednesday.—An old-aged pensioner, named Thomas Moriarty, was found dead to-day by a swagman near the Little River railway station. The ...

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  6. METHODIST SYNODS. BENDIGO DISTRICT.

    BENDICO, Wednesday.—The financial session of the Bendigo District Synod of the Methodist Church was begun to-day, the Rev. T. Grove presiding. The property report showed that 120 ...

    Article : 154 words
  7. THE DRESSES.

    Ladies day was just a little too cold. There was an east wind blowing, which crept very unkindly through chiffons and muslins, and as the pneumonia blouse was ...

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  8. CASTLEMAINE AND MARYBOROUGH DISTRICT.

    MARYBOROUGH, Wednesday.—The financial sessions of the synod were opened to-day, when, in addition to the ministers who were present yesterday, delegates attended from various churches ...

    Article : 514 words
  9. THE RACING.

    A baker's doz[?] turned out for the Hurdle Race, an[?]the result was a capital contest. As so[?] as the betting opened Kipling was ma[?] favourite, and his ...

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  10. BENDIGO.

    The Marong Council on Thursday rejected by five votes to four the proposal to shift the shire-hall from Lockwood to Marong. ...

    Article : 238 words
  11. GEELONG.

    The council of the Geelong Agricultural Society has decided to co-operate with the Numurkah Agricultural Association in protesting against the proposed increase in the ...

    Article : 256 words
  12. VERMIN DESTRUCTION.

    A test case regarding the liability of municipal councils for destruction of rabbits on the public roads within their districts was decided yesterday by the Full Court (Mr. ...

    Article : 747 words
  13. OVENS AND MURRAY.

    RUTHERGLEN, Wednesday.—The annual session of the ovens and Murray Methodist Synod began at the Rutherglen Methodist Church on Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. Richard Brown (chairman) ...

    Article : 412 words
  14. WARRNAMBOOL.

    Great interest is being taken locally in the contracts for erecting new sale-yards, the estimated cost of which is £5,000. Temporary buildings are now being used for the ...

    Article : 158 words
  15. WIMMERA DISTRICT.

    The pastoral session of Wimmera Methodist District Synod was held in main-street church, Stawell, on November 3. The Rev. J. Mathieson, chairman of the district, occupied the chair. The ...

    Article : 544 words
  16. WARRAGUL GENERAL SESSIONS.

    WARRAGUL, Thursday.—At the Warragul Court of Petty Sessions to-day, before Judge Chomley and a jury of 12, Arthur henry Patterson, of Foster, was charged ...

    Article : 230 words
  17. A SHOCKING SUICIDE.

    STAWELL, Thursday.—On Tuesday morning the police were notified that an old miner, named Charles Nicolin was lying in his hut, about three miles from ...

    Article : 125 words
  18. THE BOGUS £10 NOTES.

    A man called at the Detective office yesterday with one of the bogus £10-notes on the Union Bank which were discovered to be in circulation on Wednesday. As he ...

    Article : 344 words
  19. BUSH FIRE DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

    GOORNONG, Thursday.—A large and representative meeting of farmers and graziers was held at the Agricultural-hall last evening, Mr. F. K. Shaw presiding. It ...

    Article : 261 words
  20. "THE FLY IN AMBER."

    Sir,—In Mallet's "Northern Antiquities" —Dr. Perry's translation, edited by Blackwell (1847), a note on page 374 states, "Byron caught him up, and with his. ...

    Article : 451 words
  21. UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS.

    The half-yearly meeting of the Grand Lodge of Australia of the above order was held yesterday in the Trades-hall Council chamber, under the presidency of Grand-President Bro. W. B. Lees. ...

    Article : 387 words
  22. STATE SCHOOL KETTLEDRUMS.

    Sir,—Some three weeks ago, in answer to a letter from "Z.Y.X.," you were good enough to advise complaint to the department. We, who are daily enduring an ...

    Article : 114 words
  23. SPEED OF MOTOR CARS.

    WARRNAMBOOL, Thursday.—At a meeting of the Warrnambool Shire Council on Wednesday Councillor O'Brien said that complaints had been made regarding ...

    Article : 163 words
  24. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    WANGARATTA.—A small cottage in Roy-street, owned and occupied by Robert Menzies, destroyed by fire on Thursday morning. Furniture also wholly consumed. The property was insured in ...

    Article : 40 words
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