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  2. CHURCH ORGANISATION.

    WELLINGTON, Wednesday. — The Bishop of Christchurch, in addressing the synod, said:—"There are cures in this diocese in which the incomes of the clergy ...

    Article : 98 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT.

    Mr. W. Tulloch, of the Ballarat Brewing Company, died on Wednesday. Born in Perth, Scotland, in 1829, Mr. Tulloch arrived in Sydney in 18[?]4, and a year later ...

    Article : 471 words
  4. TIMBOON MYSTERY.

    A report received by the Detective Office from Mounted-constable Dunkeny, stationed at Rainbow, in the Wimmera district, that Samuel Stevens (who, in April last, ...

    Article : 245 words
  5. CLOSER SETTLEMENT. TANGAMBALANGA ESTATE.

    WODONGA, Wednesday.—The Tangambalanga Estate, consisting of 2,200 acres, the property of Mr. L. R. Davies Griffith, mostly consisting of river flats well suited ...

    Article : 253 words
  6. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN.

    The fourth annual congress of the National Council of Women began yesterday morning at the Austral Salon, the president (Lady Talbot) being in the chair. The ...

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  7. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. RAILWAY PORTER KILLED.

    Porter John Thomas Tulloch jumped from the "down" platform of the Hawksburn railway station yesterday morning, to cross to the "up" platform, in time to meet ...

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  8. HOMES FOR CLERKS.

    About 50 gentlemen assembled at the Malvern Tradesmen's Institute rooms last night for the purpose of considering the action of the Government in purchasing ...

    Article : 338 words
  9. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    John Ellis and Alice Smith, both of Carlton were charged on remand at the City Court on Wednesday with having assaulted and robbed Alfred Burgoyne, a shearer, also ...

    Article : 257 words
  10. CYCLISTS MISHAP.

    When cycling yesterday a youth named George Pickford, who resides at Mayfield-street, Abbotsford, fell, owing to his machine skidding on a tram-line. He was ...

    Article : 44 words
  11. JUMP FROM A LORRY.

    When driving a lorry-load of bricks to the new railway station at Flinders-street, a youth named Albert Garland, 19 years of age, met with a somewhat serious accident ...

    Article : 97 words
  12. FATAL FALL.

    An inquest was held at the Williamstown Hospital yesterday touching the death of the sailor Michael Bolger, 51 years of age, who fell down the hold of the ship ...

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  13. COWCUMBIA STATION.

    COOTAMUNDRA, Wednesday. — The sale to a Sydney syndicate of one of the finest properties in the district. Mr. P. J. O'Donnell's Cowcumbia Station, of about ...

    Article : 46 words
  14. UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM.

    In speaking on the matter of establishing municipal employment agencies where the unemployed in each district might be registered with a view of obtaining work, the ...

    Article : 201 words
  15. SHUNTING MISHAP.

    STAWELL, Wednesday. — A porter named Hugh Hughes, one of the oldest servants on the railways, while doing temporary shunting duties on Tuesday evening, ...

    Article : 56 words
  16. GEELONG AND DISTRICT.

    The remains of the late Mrs. Mary A. Cameron, wife of the Rev. J. Cameron, were interred in the Eastern Cemetery, in the presence of a large number of friends, ...

    Article : 367 words
  17. FOUND DEAD.

    BEACONSFIELD UPPER, Wednesday. —A miner, well known locally as "Jack Wade," who spent some years fossicking in "Haunted Gully," and has been lately ...

    Article : 73 words
  18. STRIKING A DYNAMITE PLUG.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Arthur Squires was chopping out a tree stump near the New Hillgrove Proprietary mine, when the axe struck a plug of dynamite, which was ...

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  19. THIGH BROKEN BY A FALL.

    PORTLAND, Tuesday.—An old resident, Mrs. James Norton, over 70 years of age, tripped and fell in her garden. Mr. Wyatt Docker, M.B., was sent for, and an ...

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  20. MISSING SCHOOLMASTER.

    MEREDITH, Wednesday.—It has been ascertained that the missing Steiglitz schoolmaster, Mr. Frank Banner, changed from the Ballarat train at Warrenheip, when he ...

    Article : 106 words
  21. BOLTING HORSES.

    CASTERTON, Wednesday.—The horses attached to a buggy in which Mr. T. Jones was driving three ladies from the show ball at Penola bolted, and the occupants were ...

    Article : 56 words
  22. HOUSEHOLDER BURNT.

    STRATFORD, Wednesday.—Mr. James Connell, an old resident of the Dargo district, was severely burnt about the head and arms last night. He had returned to ...

    Article : 75 words
  23. CASTLEMAINE.

    Captain S. Barclay, second assistant at the Albert-park state school, has been promoted to the position of first assistant at the Castlemaine school, in place of Mr. J. ...

    Article : 41 words
  24. SHEPPARTON SHOW.

    The second day of the Shepparton Agricultural Society's Show was held on Wednesday, in perfect weather. Special trains commenced to arrive at about 10.30, and continued at intervals until ...

    Article : 773 words
  25. WARRNAMBOOL.

    A dramatic and operatic club was formed on Tuesday night. The Acclimatisation Society has just liberated 6,000 trout fry, of the brown and ...

    Article : 105 words
  26. LEG TWICE BROKEN.

    CASTLEMAINE, Wednesday. — Some months ago Mr. W. R. Williams, proprietor of the Castlemaine Coach Factory, fractured high thigh, and, although the bone had ...

    Article : 67 words
  27. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The first stage of the King's (seven shots at 200, 500, and 600 yards) was completed at the National Rifle Association meeting to-day. The conditions were generally ...

    Article : 375 words
  28. HAND CRUSHED IN PRESS.

    CHARLTON, Wednesday. — Yesterday afternoon, while Mr. R. M. Klunder, proprietor of the "East Charlton Tribune," was adjusting the large printing-machine, a ...

    Article : 87 words
  29. RIVERINA.

    COROWA.—At a land sale on Tuesday two allotments in Sanger-street, near the Australian Hotel, realised £7 per foot. WAGGA.—The Methodist Synod for the ...

    Article : 68 words
  30. CHILD RUN OVER.

    ECHUCA, Wednesday.—A serious accident happened at Moamaat midday on Wednesday to a little girl 8 years of age, a daughter of M. Newton, a resident of the ...

    Article : 118 words
  31. STABBING AFFRAY.

    OMEO, Wednesday. — A Russian, named Henry Adjustant, was arrested by Constable Edwards at Ensay on the charge of stabbing another foreigner, John Paulen, an ...

    Article : 183 words
  32. MINOR CASUALTIES.

    STRATFORD, Wednesday.—Mr. A. L. Johnson, Avon shire secretary, when riding round the corner of a barbed-wire fence, was thrown heavily, through his horse falling. Mr. Johnson's leg was ...

    Article : 52 words
  33. Advertising

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  34. INDIAN FIREMAN DESERTS.

    It has been intimated to the Port Melbourne police that when the mail steamer Mooltan was at the railway pier a fireman amed Goolab Khan, or Mahomet Khan, a ...

    Article : 213 words
  35. PROFITABLE POTATO-GROWING.

    STRATHBOGE[?], Wednesday.—Farmers have done extremely well during the past two seasons potato-growing. From £30 to £60 per acre has been realised during the ...

    Article : 125 words
  36. YARRA-BANK WORKS.

    Sir,—Can you tell me the object of the work being done on the Yarra-bank[?] If it is undertaken for the benefit of the community, why is it not done in the most ...

    Article : 139 words
  37. BAD MOUNTAIN ROADS.

    OLINDA, Wednesday.—Much dissatisfaction is felt that, on account of the Fern[?] Gully Council delaying to pass a by-law enforcing the Width of Tires Act, the main ...

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