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  2. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 160 words
  3. THE RAILWAYS.

    The secretary for Railways (Mr. L. M'Clelland) yesterday issued the following comparative return of traffic receipts:- WEEK ENDED FEBRUARY 29. ...

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  4. PILLAGING ON WHARVES.

    The question of coping with the extensive pillaging which takes place on the Melbourne wharves was brought up at yesterday's meeting of the Harbour Trust, at ...

    Article : 433 words
  5. ENGLISH MAIL SERVICE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A deputation representative of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce waited on the Prime Minister to-day to urge that a regular weekly mail ...

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  6. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The members of the Methodist Conference to-day referred in severe terms of condemnation to the gambling spirit in the state. ...

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  7. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES.

    REEDY CREEK, Tuesday. — Mr. J. T. Searle, butcher, of Kelvin-grove, was walking across his shop, when he slipped and fell over a bucket containing water, breaking ...

    Article : 38 words
  8. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Mr. T. Adams, who for some time held the position of teller in the Ballarat branch of the Commercial Bank, has been appointed accountant of the Geelong branch. ...

    Article : 477 words
  9. RIDER'S FATAL FALL.

    WODONGA, Tuesday.—George Connors, who was injured at the Sandy Creek races on February 18, died on Tuesday evening. He was riding Kiewa in the Kiewa ...

    Article : 102 words
  10. OVERCROWDED SCHOOL.

    DROUIN, Wednesday.—The state school accommodation at Longwarry South is totally inadequate, in view of the number of scholars now attending. During the ...

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  11. SHOT IN THE HEAD.

    HEXHAM, Tuesday.—This morning Miss Antonia Whiting, 23 years of age, second daughter of Mr. A. E. Whiting, of Boortkoi Station, was found by her younger ...

    Article : 119 words
  12. OBSERVATORY WEATHER REPORT.

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  13. BEQUESTS FOR MASSES.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.—Mr. Justice Gordon had before him, at the Civil Court to-day, a question which, so far as can be ascertained, has not been previously raised ...

    Article : 434 words
  14. BICYCLE ACCIDENT.

    WEDDERBURN, Tuesday.—Miss Treble, daughter of Mr. James Treble, while crossing the railway line at the back of the town on a bicycle, was thrown into the ...

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  15. FALL FROM A BRIDGE.

    HAY, Wednesday.—A workman named Ryan was killed yesterday by falling off a bridge in course of construction at Darlington. ...

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  16. DETERMINED SUICIDE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday. — A resident of Wollongong named William Miles, employed as a compositor at the Government Printing-office, Sydney, committed suicide this ...

    Article : 109 words
  17. THE PARKINA-FOLDESY CONCERTS.

    Considering the number of concerts that the Parkina-Foldesy Company are giving this week, the matince which was held in the Town-hall yesterday afternoon was well ...

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  18. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    When Mr. M. M'Namara, licensee of the Cavalry Hotel, died in March, 1904. Mrs. Margaret Glen bought the license and good-will of the house; but she was unable to ...

    Article : 509 words
  19. SWIMMING.

    The inaugural matches of the newly-formed Hawthorn Swimming Club were held at the Hawthorn City Baths last evening. The attendance, which was very large, included the mayor ...

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  20. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    KYNETON.—Between 2 and 3 o'clock on Tuesday morning the residence of Mr. John Beardon, of Malmsbury, was completely destroyed by fire. It is supposed that a wooden cross-beam over the ...

    Article : 240 words
  21. THEFT OF JEWELLERY.

    Yesterday shortly after noon some thief or thieves made a clean sween of a valuable lot of jewellery from abedroom in the residence of Mr. Henry Noyes, of Malvern and ...

    Article : 139 words
  22. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE. Wednesday.—The stamer Papuan, which arrived at Cooktown last night from Samarai, reports heavy north-west weather in the Papuan waters. The ...

    Article : 156 words
  23. MELBOURNE GENERAL SESSIONS

    William Power and Agnes Power pleaded not guilty on a charge of having stolen money and postal notes from a man named Kent on February 18, at North melbourne. Mr. Paul appeared for ...

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  24. HOSPITAL SUNDAY COLLECTIONS.

    Sir,—The distribution of the money collected in the Presbyterian churches on Hospital Sunday has been brought forward by the committee of the Melbourne Hospital. ...

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  25. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.—The steamer Gracehus arrived at Port Adelaide from Calcutta this morning. The vessel brought a leopard a Himalaya bear, an Indian bull, ...

    Article : 60 words
  26. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE.

    At last night's meeting of the South Melbourne Council, the annual charity vote was made, and the amounts allocated as follows:—South Melbourne Ladies' Benevolent Society, £150; ...

    Article : 126 words
  27. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH. Wednesday.—In the Criminal Court to-day, Mr. Justice Burnside sentenced William Ridley Hodge to five years' imprisonment for stealing £3,000, the ...

    Article : 333 words
  28. CASTLEMAINE.

    The Premier (Mr. Bent) has accepted an invitation from the local horticultural society to open the autumn show in the town-hall on April 12. ...

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  29. FOUNTAIN TO BE ERECTED.

    The question of the expenditure of £400 in the erection of a memorial fountain to commemorate the jubilee of the city of South Melbourne came before the local council again last night, in the ...

    Article : 700 words
  30. THE FEDERAL OUTLOOK.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. Joseph Cook, speaking at a meeting of the Women's Electoral League, at Parramatta. last night, made reference to Mr. Reid's recent ...

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  31. ENCORES AT CONCERTS.

    Sir,—Might I suggest that something be done to curb the inordinate greed of the average Melbourne audience for encores at concerts, &c. At the Parkina-Foldesy ...

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  32. GEELONG.

    The Geelong Hospital committee on Wednesday afternoon decided to request the architects to proceed with the preparation or plans for the infectious diseases' ward. ...

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  33. WEST AUSTRALIAN MINES.

    KALGOORLIE, Wednesday. — The following February outputs are reported: — IV ANHOE. 12,611 tons. for 9,673 fine ounces, valued at £41,961. estimated profit £23,211: LANCEFIELD ...

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  34. CYCLING.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The opening of the Sydney Thousand Cyceling Carnival took place on the Sydney Cricket ground to-night in the presence of 8,000 spectators. Four heats of the big ...

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  35. RETAIL GRAIN MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION.

    The annual meeting of the City and Suburban Wholesale and Retail Hay, Corn, Chaff, and Grain Merchants'Association was held at Rubira's Cafe, Bourke-street, last evening The president (Mr. ...

    Article : 207 words
  36. A.N.A. COMPETITIONS.

    The Athenæum-hall was packed to the doors last evening, when the above competitions were continued. The large audiance was most enthusiastic, and appeared to thoroughly enjoy the ...

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  37. METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS.

    At the meeting of the South Melbourne Council held last night, Councillor Knight moved.— "That a conference of municipalities ...

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  38. PRESBYTERY OF MELBOURNE NORTH.

    The monthly meeting of the Presbytery of Melbourne. North was held yesterday afternoon, at Wyselaskie-hall, Ormond College, the Rev. C. Hay Hunter, M.A., ...

    Article : 168 words
  39. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Wednesday.—Milroy, of Nelson, has won the rifle championship and King's Prize at the annual championship meeting at Trentham. ...

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  40. AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE

    NATIMCK. March 4.—Harvesting is completed in the Minimay district, where the wheat crops averaged tour bags to the acre. Thre are over 40,000 bags at the Arapiles flourmills at Natimuk. ...

    Article : 144 words
  41. CHARGE OF LARCENY.

    A woman named Lily Walker was brought before the City Court yesterday on a charge of having stolen £10 in gold and silver on the morning of January 31. Evidence was given to show that the ...

    Article : 201 words
  42. PITCH AND TOSS.

    At the Brunswick Police Court yesterday morning, before Messrs. Allard, Lord, M'Dougall, Wallace, Trenoweth, and Hutchinson, J.P.'s, youths named Alfred Macklin, Charles Claney, James ...

    Article : 116 words
  43. BEECHWORTH SUPREME COURT.

    BEECHWORTH, Wednesday.—The Supreme Court was opened to-day, Mr. Justice A'Beckett presiding. Mr. Leon acted as Crown prosecutor. Charles Robert Young, ...

    Article : 133 words
  44. FARMERS' LEAGUE.

    DANDENONG, Wednesday.—At a meeting of the executive of the Farmers' and Property-owners' Association, in the shire-hall, Cranbourne, on Monday last, the hon. ...

    Article : 81 words
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