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  2. Advertising

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  3. A S0CIALIST'S FUNERAL.

    The funeral of Mr. Andrew Thomson, a well-known socialist, took place yesterday. The mourners and others were red ...

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  4. THE CRICKETERS. Match Against Hampshire.

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  5. L.O.I. CELEBRATIONS. Strong Speaking by Rev. A. J. Clarke.

    The July celebrations of the LoyalOrange Institution of New South Wales in Broken Hill were opened yesterday afternoon at the Protestant Hall, when ...

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  6. INTERNAL RUSSIA.

    The report that the battleship Kniaz Potemkin, leading the mutiny in the Black Sea, had been sunk proves to be false. ...

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  7. RUSSIA AND JAPAN. Saghalien Bombarded.

    The Russian Governor of Saghalien reports the bombardment of Korsakovsk by the Japanese fleet on Friday. He states that as the ...

    Article : 115 words
  8. METEOROLOGICAL.

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  9. ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES. [By TELEGRAPH.] The Pea Rifle Again.

    A young man named John Stilwell, living at Neutral Bay, was oiling a pea rifle in his bedroom when the charge exploded and the ...

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  10. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    The steamer Tweesdale has arrived at Brisbane from Moji. Captain Milne, her commander, states that though the Japanese victory ...

    Article : 117 words
  11. A Footballer Hurt.

    A footballer named Murphy, playing at Goulburn on Saturday, fell and fractured his leg. ...

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  12. A Child Drowned.

    Daisy Bryant (8) was drowned from the Bald Rock Ferry wharf, in Sydney Harbor, yesterday. ...

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  13. Barrier Miner.

    THE ratepayers of the city have good reason to complain that the Council is not treating them fairly when it requires them to vote ...

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  14. BRITAIN'S FISCAL POLICY.

    The Duke of Argyll last night presided over a meeting of 10,000 people, convened by the Tariff Reform League and held in the ...

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  15. Smothered in a Trench.

    A Chinese was engaged digging near Clermont, and had excavated a deep trench, when he was l[?] by a fall of earth. He was ...

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  16. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales.

    A free laborer at the Pelaw Main colliery was assaulted on Friday by unionists. He alleges that he was struck with a piece of ...

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  17. A Woman Burnt.

    At Glamorgan Vale, Ipswich, Mrs. August Wendt was cooking, when her clothes became ignited and she was so badly burnt that ...

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  18. Under a Bullock Waggon.

    John Hampton was returning home to Gunn's Plains on Friday, riding on the pole of a bullock team, when he fell under the ...

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  19. Results of the Tour.

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  20. GENERAL CABLE NEWS. [REUTER'S MESSAGES.] A Submarine Disaster.

    A French submarine, while manoeuvring on Thursday on the French coast, sank to the bottom of the sea, along with 13 members ...

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  21. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    An Orange demonstration in the Town Hall yesterday was attended by 4000 people, and an overflow meeting was held in the Centenary Hall. One of the ...

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  22. A Missing Seaman.

    Alexander Jamieson, mate of the tug Yatala, is missing. It is supposed that he fell between the tug and a lighter moored to the wharf ...

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  23. A Jockey Hurt.

    F. Parlington, a jockey, fell at Strathalbyn on Saturday and sustained concussion of the brain. He was brought to the Adelaide ...

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  24. Mishap to a Miner.

    John Williams was cleaning up a level in the South New Moon mine, Bendigo, on Saturday night, when a stone fell on him and fractured ...

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  25. REV. J. GOODWIN.

    The Rev. J. Goodwin, of the Methodist Church, who some six or seven years ago was a popular preacher in Broken Hill, and who ...

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  26. BISHOP DUNNE AND THE TRADES HALL.

    At last night's meeting of the Social Democratic Club, in the Trades Hall, Mr. J, T. Kelly, sen., moved, and Mr. J. Warron seconded, the folowing ...

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  27. Germany and the Powers.

    The German newspapers generally condemn Prince Von Bulow, the Imperial Chancellor, for silencing M. Jaures, the French ...

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  28. Queensland.

    The Queensland Government is devising a scheme for placing the unemployed on the land and making monetary advances to them. ...

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  29. A Footballer's Fall.

    J. Powell, captain of the Ballarat football team, fell in a match on Saturday. He continued playing in great pain before he discovered ...

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  30. West Australia.

    Two Egyptians bound for Melbourne from Marseilles arrived on Saturday. The immigration language test was applied, but they ...

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  31. Fatal Fall of Quartz.

    Edward Phillips was killed in Williams's Fancy mine, Ballarat, on Saturday by a fall of quartz. He leaves a widow and three ...

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  32. A Steamer Stranded.

    The steamer Harlech Castle, well known in Australian waters, has become stranded near Carrical, on the coast of India, and it is ...

    Article : 38 words
  33. MINING. [By TELEGRAPH.] London Share Market.

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  34. THE INTERSTATE LABOR CONFERENCE.

    The delegates to the Interstate Labor Conference, now in session in Melbourne, were welcomed yesterday at a public meeting. Mr. ...

    Article : 86 words
  35. STREET LIGHTING.

    Sir,—I note by "The Miner" of Wednesday that our city fathers have at last realised the necessity of illuminating our streets, and are instructing us ...

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  36. The English Post-office.

    In the House of Commons on Thursday night, when the Postoffice vote was under consideration, the Postmaster-General ...

    Article : 86 words
  37. New South Walts Gold Yield.

    The gold yield of New South Wales for the first six months of the year was valued at £475,189. (The not value of the mineral exports of Broken Hill for ...

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  38. American Departmental Scandal.

    Edwin Holmes, associate statistician of the Washington Department of Agriculture, has been dismissed the Service for juggling ...

    Article : 64 words
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  40. Tasmania.

    Mr. Dev, editor of the "Tasmanian Mail," is dead. The Tasmanian Parliament opens to-morrow. ...

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  41. THE TRAMWAYS.

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  42. To-day's Share Sales.

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  43. New Zealand.

    A strong country party is being formed to combat New Zealand's Labor legislation. ...

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