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  2. INDEX TO ADAVERTISEMENTS.

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A fire occurred at the residence of W. Ivey Allan, Mair-street, on Wednesday morning.Mrs.Allan was drying some clothes before the tire in the sittingroom ...

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  4. HIGH COURT LAW.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, Mr. Boyd asked the Premier (Mr. Bent) whether he would look into the complaint of Mr. Justice Hodges with regard to the ...

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  5. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The half-yearly report of the Australian Joint Stock Bank gives the net profits for the six months at £71,388, and, after providing for interest ...

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  6. SUGAR BEET INDUSTRY.

    A deputation of residents of Gippsland waited upon the Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Swinburne) yesterday, to bring under his notice several facts connected with the ...

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  7. CLOSER SETTLEMENT.

    'At a meeting of the Lands Purchase and Management Board last night action was taken with respect to a number of estates which had been brought under notice. It ...

    Article : 489 words
  8. THE FLOODS.

    The damage to bridges and culverts in the Yackandandah district through the floods was the reason of Mr. Craven, M.L.A., introducing a deputation from the ...

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  9. CASTLEMAINE.

    At the annual meeting of the Castlemaine Lyric Orchestral Society a most satisfactory report was submitted. Mr. T. Hodson was re-elected conductor, and Mr. E. Jorgensen ...

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  10. WARRNAMBOOL.

    The town council on Tuesday night decided to request the Parliamentary representatives for the district to endeavour to present the proposed change in the local ...

    Article : 151 words
  11. OBSERVATORY WEATHER REPORT.

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  12. ASSISTING IMMIGRATION.

    PERTH Wednesday.—The following are the recommendations contained in the report of the Immigration Commission, which was laid on the table of the ...

    Article : 296 words
  13. MR. BENT CRITICISED.

    CHARLTON. Wednesday.—The (harlton Water Trust much resents the way the Premier (Mr.Bent) treated the deputiton which recently waited on him and the ...

    Article : 128 words
  14. FRUIT FOR VANCOUVER.

    HASTINGS, Tuesday.—Two months ago a trial shipment of apples and pears was sent to Vancouver by local fruitgrowers. Advice has been received that the fruit ...

    Article : 116 words
  15. INCOME TAX CASE.

    'An interesting question under the Incom Tax Acts was the subject of a reserved judgment of the Full Court (Mr. Justice A'Beckett, Mr. Justice Hodges, and ...

    Article : 275 words
  16. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    Frederick Ninon, a resident of California Gully, was working in the 1.880ft. level at the New St. Mungo mine on Wednesday, when he was accidentally struck on ...

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  17. MOE SWAMP SETTLERS.

    TRAFALGAR, Wednesday.—Great disappointment was caused here to-day through the non-appearance of Mr. Davidson, of the Public Works department, ...

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  18. CHINESE LEPER AT LARGE.

    SYDNEY. Wednesday.—It was only by a mere chance that the two lepers from Maclean came within the view of the Government medical men, and were ...

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  19. THE RAINFALL.

    The following are official records of rainfall is 24 hours ended 9 a.m. yesterday- Alexandra, 2 ponits; Cape Otway, 2; Euroa, 2; Mansfield, 2; Panmure, [?]; Port Camphell, 3; River ...

    Article : 50 words
  20. COLLIE COAL STRIKE.

    PERTH. Wednesday.—An agreement for three months has been made between the owners and employes of the Collie Cardiff coal mine, The hewing rate is to be 36 ...

    Article : 94 words
  21. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    'A meeting of the Council of the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce was held on Tuesday afternoon. There wer present Mr. William Knox, M.H.R., President (in the ...

    Article : 656 words
  22. SALE CRIMINAL COURT.

    SALE, Wednesday.—The criminal sittings of the Sale Supreme Court were concluded to-day, before Mr. Justice Holroyd. Walter Miller, who pleaded guilty to two ...

    Article : 149 words
  23. CASES OF SHOPBREAKING.

    Between 4 and 5 o'clock on Sunday after noon, during the absence of the occupants, the shop of Walter Menck, news agent, 2[?] Nicholson-street, Fitzroy, was entered by ...

    Article : 162 words
  24. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE.

    At Monday night's meeting of the Brunswick Council, Councillor Fleming, who represents the council on the Metropolitan Board of Works, moved:—"That this council express an opinion as ...

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  25. COPPER PLATES STOLEN.

    RUSHWORTH, Wednesday.—A robbery of the copper plates from Bradford's crushing battery has been reported to the police. The battery had been idle for some days, but ...

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  26. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—An area of 38,069 acres on the Logic Plains, near Dalby, was set aside for farmers from Victoria, and the names submitted as members ...

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  27. "WHY IT IS NOT WICKED TO BE RICH."

    Mr. Henry Gyles Turner lectured before the Ar[?] Baptist Literary and [?] ing society on Tuesday night on "Why at is Not Wicked to be Rich." The lecture was a ...

    Article : 466 words
  28. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.—This afternoon the collector of Customs inquired into an alleged omission by Captain A. Hankottsen, master of the ship Jarien, to supply a ...

    Article : 105 words
  29. TASMANIAN PARLIAMENT.

    HOBART, Wednesday.—In the Legislative Assembly, the debate on the new Mining Bill is Proceeding amic[?]bly, with an evident desire to make it an equitable ...

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  30. FARMERS AND THE TARIFF.

    EDDINGTON, Wednesday.—A large meeting of influential farmers was held in the Mechanics'-hall on Wednesday night, to consider the proposed duty on agricultural ...

    Article : 161 words
  31. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    KALGOORLIE, Wednesday.—The amended scale of wages submitted by the Chamber of Mines on behalf of the Kalgoorhe mining companies will ...

    Article : 111 words
  32. THE MOTOR BILL.

    Sir, I agree with opinions expressed, but, being interested in the steam motor waggons. I wish to raise an objection to one clause namely:—"All motor-cars must ...

    Article : 394 words
  33. TASMANIA.

    LAUNCESTON, Wednesday.—The ice at P[?] [?] D[?] is [?] thick, and [?]ers are [?]ocking [?]ther for their winter amusement. ...

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  34. ALTERATIONS IN TIME-TABLE.

    Sir, Might I suggest to the Railway department that alternations in the timetables should always date from the first day of the month, so that the printed tables ...

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  35. MILK AND WATER.

    At the south Melbourne Court yesterday, before Messrs South, M'Arthur, S[?] and Ha[?] J[?] Pa[?] p[?], [?]or for the South M[?]ne [?] [?]ed against a dairy ...

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  36. LARCENY FROM A CHURCH.

    A middle-aged man named George [?] appeared at the [?] Court yesterday, [?] panton, P.M., C. J. [?] S. [?] and the Cherry, J.P.'s, charged with [?] from st. ...

    Article : 472 words
  37. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, wednesday, H[?]'s Hotel, at [?]ing has been destroyed by [?] The [?] amounted to £6,000, Ne[?] Cur[?] a h[?], per[?]. ...

    Article : 183 words
  38. SOUTH MELBOURNE COMPETITIONS.

    The Musical and [?]ary competitions in connection with the South Melbourne [?] [?] wire advanced a stags that night in the Townhall, in the p[?] of a large and interested ...

    Article : 235 words
  39. CART COLLIDES WITH 'BUS.

    An accident, fortunates unattended to [?] coll[?] [?]ed at the [?] of Chap[?] and [?]g [?] at [?] terday att[?] w[?] a [?] ...

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  40. CRVELTY TO HORSES.

    At the [?]mington Court on Tuesday, before Messrs A. J. [?] (chairman), W. S[?], and It Jam[?] J. P.'s, J[?] Melburn and James Mil[?] were charged with having and ho[?] under ...

    Article : 69 words
  41. SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL.

    The [?] of the Shakespeare Memorial Fund (Mr [?]) [?] to [?] [?] following [?] Teh Shakespeare [?] [?], p[?] of the anniversary celebration, [?] ...

    Article : 106 words
  42. GEELONG.

    The survevor-general (Mr. J. M. Reed) arrived at Geelong on wednesday, and is engaged in a survey of the racecourse in connection with the propostal harbour improve. ...

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  43. SUNDAY TRADING.

    Before Mr. [?], P.M., [?] the [?]ay Court on Wednesday, Amelia Po[?] [?] of the Bullders' Arine Hotel, [?]rade street, pleaded guilty to a charge of Sunday-trading, on July ...

    Article : 40 words
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