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  2. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A stamp duties case of some interest was before the Full Court to-day. A shareholder of the Wollongong Gas Company had been fined [?] ...

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  3. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 132 words
  4. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES.

    John Innes, aged 49 years, of Gore-street, Fitzroy, who was knocked down by a tramear at the eastern end of Bourke-street on Saturday night, died in the ...

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  5. YARRA IMPROVEMENT WORKS.

    From the present condition of the works in progress on the banks of the Yarra River between Punt-road and Chapel-street it might be thought by those who, from a ...

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  6. DISTRICT CRICKET.

    Although the Victorian Cricket Association is taking up the question of district cricket, and will probably launch a scheme before next season, the chance of the scheme ...

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  7. RAILWAY RATES.

    A short time ago the Railway Commissioners of Victoria and the neighbouring states of New South Wales and South Australia were able to announce to the Federal ...

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  8. ALLEGED BREACH OF TRUST.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Thomas Michael Slattery, M.L.C., appeared on remand at the Water Police Court to-day, charged with having, at Sydney, in December, 1[?], ...

    Article : 321 words
  9. FEDERAL GRIEVANCES.

    HOBART, Thursday.—A deputation from the Hobart Chamber of Commerce waited on Mr. M'Lean, the Minister of Cu[?] to-day, and brought before him several ...

    Article : 480 words
  10. DANDENONG RAILWAY FATALITY.

    An inquest (adjourned from February 9) was held at the Morgue yesterday morning by Mr. Candler, city coroner, regarding the death of Albert Ernest Alfred Crooke, aged ...

    Article : 260 words
  11. OBSERVATORY WEATHER REPORT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 497 words
  12. SHUNTING ACCIDENT.

    ST. JAMES, Thursday.—About 2 o'clock this afternoon Michael Johnson, a porter at the St. James railway station, while engaged in shunting, tried to put the brake ...

    Article : 83 words
  13. HOTELKEEPERS AND THE TEMPERANCE PARTY.

    The local option question and the activity shown by the Temperance party were touched upon in speeches delivered yesterday at the annual picnic of the ...

    Article : 594 words
  14. DEATH ON SHIPBOARD.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—J. Matthews, a second-class passenger from Fremantle to Melbourne by the Grantala, died on board the vessel about three hours before the ...

    Article : 75 words
  15. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—A five-roomed cottage, occupied by George Farraway, and situated in Forti[?] Valley, Brisbane, was destroyed by fire this morning, together ...

    Article : 116 words
  16. THE SIX HATTERS CLAUSE.

    The full text of the speech delivered to the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce on Monday by Sir Horace Tozer, the Queensland Agent-General is given by the ...

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  17. JUMPED OVERBOARD.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—On the arrival of the ship River Fallack from Philadelphia to-day it was reported that six days after leaving port a seaman named J. M. Carthy ...

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  18. FALL FROM A BALCONY.

    HORSHAM, Thursday.—A man named Johnston, aged 74 years, was admitted to the Horsham District Hospital this morning suffering serious internal injuries, the ...

    Article : 66 words
  19. THE RAILWAYS.

    A number of Elsternwick residents recently pe[?] the Caulfield Council to arrange a deputation to ask the Railways Commissioners to lower the fares to Elsternwick. A letter from the ...

    Article : 429 words
  20. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—The new regulations under the Education Act dispense with the present system of inspectors holding individual examinations, and provide ...

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  21. HORSE FRIGHTENED BY FOWLS.

    LILYDALE, Thursday.—A fatal accident happened to a lad named Clifford, son of Mr. Samuel Clifford, of South Wandin, at the Olindavale railway station on Thursday ...

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  22. THE RAINFALL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 474 words
  23. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    KALGOORLIE, Thursday.—An action for alleged defamation of character, brought by a local solicitor, Charles May[?], against John Seward, was concluded at ...

    Article : 209 words
  24. MOUNTED CONSTABLE THROWN.

    DUNKELD, Thursday.—A painful accident happened to Mounted-constable J. M'Ivor while riding to Moutajup. His horse stumbled and fell, throwing him ...

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  25. ACCIDENT TO A DENTIST.

    KILMORE, Thursday.—Last week Mr. Thomas Skinner, a dentist, whilst extracting a tooth from a patient, met with a serious accident. The patient threw up his ...

    Article : 92 words
  26. WOMAN'S CLOTHES ON FIRE.

    ECHUCA, Thursday.—Mrs. Peter Gelardie. Echuca East, was painfully burned on Wednesday. Her clothes caught alight while she was engaged washing at a lighted ...

    Article : 32 words
  27. BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

    An action claiming £500 for breach of promise of marriage has been commenced by Christiana Martin, spinster, of Victoriastreet, Abbotsford, against S[?] William ...

    Article : 121 words
  28. TASMANIA.

    HOBART, Thursday.—The Rev. Dr. Scott, Presbyterian minister of St. Andrew's, is still seriously ill, and fears are entertained that he will not recover. ...

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  29. NAVIGATION COMMISSION.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Before the Navigation Commission at Newcastle to-day, evidence was given by two boardinghousekeepers. ...

    Article : 232 words
  30. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS.

    PERTH, Thursday.—A deputation, representing the Tailors and Tailoresses' Union and the Trades and Labour Council, waited upon the Colonial Secretary this afternoon, ...

    Article : 123 words
  31. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Thursday.—The colony's produce exports for January show a fallingoff in mutton, lamb, wheat, and oats. The value of the mutton exported decreased ...

    Article : 120 words
  32. PREFERENTIAL TRADE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Some months ago Mr. Watson wrote to the British Labour Representation Committee, and explained his attitude in regard to preferential trade. ...

    Article : 241 words
  33. BUSH FIRES.

    MOOROOPNA, Monday.—A bush fire, which started near Coomb[?] on Friday, destroyed grass and fencing on the properties of Messrs. T. J. Thompson, J. Carson, E. Crawford, Alexander ...

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  34. ELST[?]RNWICK FIRE BRIGADE.

    Recently the performances of "G[?]nger," a horse at the Elsternwick Fire Brigade station, gave [?] to dissatisfaction. Though the, fire board stated that the horse had been replaced by a more docile ...

    Article : 426 words
  35. LIQUOR IN CAFES.

    The summonses against Gregory Matoorekos, George Pannam, and Denis Black were mentioned in the City Court yesterday, and were adjourned for a week. The ...

    Article : 146 words
  36. SHIPPING DISPUTES.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Members of the Arbitration Court had before them to-day two matters relating to the wages to be paid in connection with the transfer of ...

    Article : 212 words
  37. QUEENSLAND SUGAR CROP.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—Mr. E. B. Ware[?], inspector for the Adelaide Steamship Company, returned to Brisbane after his half-yearly inspection of North ...

    Article : 98 words
  38. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    BEALIBA, Thursday.—A four-roomed cottage belonging to Mr. Thomas [?] of [?] was totally destroyed by fire on Wednesday night. The building was insured, but the amount or the company are ...

    Article : 104 words
  39. POLO.

    COLAC, Thursday.—The tournament for the cu[?]resented by His Excellency the GovernorGeneral was continued to-day, in the presence of a large gathering. Only one match was played, ...

    Article : 149 words
  40. STATE BRICK WORKS.

    Sir,—In regard to Mr. Bent's proposal to establish state brick works, it might be well to mention that this is not his first venture in that direction. He will no doubt ...

    Article : 182 words
  41. TRANSFERRING A HUSBAND.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—An extraordinary document was produced in an alleged assault case at the Paddington Police Court to-day. Henry Thomas Henderson, a laundry ...

    Article : 335 words
  42. Advertising

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  43. SEDDON-TAYLOR SLANDER CASE.

    WELLINGTON, Thursday.—The following settlement has been arrived at in the Seddon-Taylor slander action:—Both parties to this action recognise that there is ...

    Article : 306 words
  44. CRIMINAL COURT.

    A man named Bert Thomas pleaded not guilty, on a charge of assaulting a little girl at North Melbourne on January 31. The Crown case was that the accused had taken the child for a ride, and ...

    Article : 328 words
  45. THE MOTOR RACE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The party of Victorian motorists, comprising Messrs. T. K. Rand, W. J. Proctor, S. Stott, S. Bolger, H. C. Bagot, and H. B. James, who left ...

    Article : 139 words
  46. FIRE IN THE CITY.

    shortly after noon yesterday the shops at 184 and 18[?] King-street, city, occupied by Mr. J. P. Rogers, grocer, were observed to be on fire. The fire brigade was ...

    Article : 122 words
  47. LICENSING PROSECUTIONS.

    At the District Court yesterday morning, before Mr. Dwyer, P.M., and a bench of honorary justices, D[?] M'Carthy, licensee of the Ma[?] Hotel, Madeline-street, Carlton, was fined [?] for ...

    Article : 209 words
  48. CHAMPION ATHLETES.

    The world's champion runners, A. R. Shrubb and A. F. Duffey, will make their first public appearance in Australia to-morrow in the Victorian Championships, on the Melbourne Cricket-ground. Each ...

    Article : 177 words
  49. Family Notices

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  50. WEST AUSTRALIAN MINES.

    KALGOORLIE, Thursday.—During January the NORTH KALGOORLIE treated [?] short tons for [?] valued at [?]. The expenditure totalled [?], leaving a profit on the month's ...

    Article : 65 words
  51. BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—Two cases of plague were reported at Brisbane to-day, the patients being a married woman residing in Wi[?] and a girl ...

    Article : 40 words
  52. Advertising

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  53. Advertising

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  54. Advertising

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