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  2. THEATRE ROYAL.

    The modern dramatist counts himself lucky if he can capture one idea that will hammer out into three sets. But this meagre foundation does not suit Mr. Bland ...

    Article : 1,733 words
  3. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 197 words
  4. ATTACKED BY A FERRET.

    A terrible case of a child's suffering is reported from North Melbourne. On Saturday evening a two-year-old infant named Jessie Kidd, whose parents live in ...

    Article : 284 words
  5. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. DEATH AT MIDDLE BRIGHTON.

    At the Morgue on Saturday the district coroner (Dr. Cole) completed his inquiry into the death of Grace Corby, a married woman, living at Middle Brighton, which ...

    Article : 145 words
  6. MR. SWINBURNE ON TOUR.

    KYABRAM, Saturday.—Mr. Swinburne, Minister of Water Supply, visited Wyuna on Thursday evening to inquire into the water supply grievances. Mr. M'Kenzie, ...

    Article : 575 words
  7. DUNLOP ROAD RACE. M. B. DOBIE WINS.

    This year's Warrnambool to Melbourne road race (165 miles) was won by M. B. Doble, with a handicap of 42min., in the fast time of 7h. 45min. 37sec. He was closely followed by W. H. Oakes ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. MATTER FOR AN INQUIRY.

    On Saturday evening the Dunlop officials stationed at Little River, 30 miles from Melbourne, reported to headquarters that outside pacing was accepted by one of the competitors. It is ...

    Article : 173 words
  9. SUICIDE BY HANGING.

    The spectacle of a dead body of a man handing from a fence near the Hawthorn railway station startled one of the porters as he was going to his work early on ...

    Article : 98 words
  10. AT THE FINISH.

    Several thousands of spectator were waiting about the finishing-point well ahead of the time when any sight of a cyclist from Warrnambool could be expected. A great many more came ...

    Article : 1,323 words
  11. TACKS ON THE ROAD.

    TERANG, Saturday.—To-day Mr. H. B. James, of the Dunlop Company, offered £10 reward for information regarding the person who placed tacks on the road near here. The police made diligent ...

    Article : 71 words
  12. THE WEATHER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 115 words
  13. SUBURBAN HOUSEBREAKING.

    On their own confession, Arthur Johnson aged 22, and Andrew M'Kcan, aged 22, show that for the last few days they have been housebreaking on an extensive scale. ...

    Article : 404 words
  14. BROKEN HILL TRAFFIC.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday, — In reference to a complaint from Broken Hill in regard to an alleged shortage of trucks on the railways, the commissioner states:—" ...

    Article : 386 words
  15. A FATAL JOKE.

    DIMBOOLA, Satruday.—George Tranfer, aged 20 years, who had been working for Mr. C. Thomas, farmer, for the last four years, was out shooting at Lil Lil on Friday, ...

    Article : 111 words
  16. DEATH ON SHIPBOARD.

    PERTH, Sunday.—On the arrival of the Swedish-Australian mail steamer Tasmania at Fremantle yesterday afternoon Commander Hakansen reported that on ...

    Article : 180 words
  17. WEATHER AND CROPS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 153 words
  18. SAILING WITHOUT LIGHTS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Captain Joy, of the steamer Cooma, stated that while the vessel was on a trip from Brisbane, he was on Thursday night called hurriedly to the ...

    Article : 162 words
  19. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 53 words
  20. COAL-TRIMER KILLED.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. — A coal-trimmer named George Palyer, temporarily engaged in running coal waggons at the inner basin, Newcastle, was killed yesterday morning. ...

    Article : 47 words
  21. NAVAL AND MILITARY. UNITED SERVICE INSTITUTION.

    The newly-appointed council of the United Service Institution have dicided to rent the accommodation offered them at 178 Collins-street. The official opening will take ...

    Article : 39 words
  22. PRIVATE ADVICES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 43 words
  23. FATAL FALL FROM A HORSE.

    SALE, Sunday. — A lad named Charles Martin. 14 years of age, was admitted to the Gippsland Hospital on Wednesday night suffering from compound fracture of ...

    Article : 55 words
  24. OPERA-HOUSE.

    A decided hit was made at the Operahouse on Saturday by the four Geraldos, club jugglers and hoop-spinners, who were recalled again and again for their clever ...

    Article : 413 words
  25. SYNOPSIS OF THE WEATHER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 305 words
  26. PROMOTIONS.

    Captain S. Bareclay, of the Commonwealth Senior Cadet Corps, has been promoted to the rank of major. Captains Fussell, Dean, and Betheras, of the cadet corps, ...

    Article : 40 words
  27. DEATH FOLLOWS ACCIDENT.

    CHARLTON, Sunday. — Edward Humphries, proprictor of the Cricket Club Hotel, Charlton, who was injured by an acetylene gas explosion on the 19th inst., died this ...

    Article : 80 words
  28. BROTHERHOOD OR WAR?

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—"Brotherhood or war, to which shall we train our youths?" was the question discussed at a meeting held at the Friends meeting-house, Surry ...

    Article : 92 words
  29. ARTILLERY DRILL.

    QUEENSCLIF, Satruday. — The hundred officers and men, comprising the Geelong and Drysdale Companies of the A.G.A., arrived here on Saturday afternoon for the ...

    Article : 72 words
  30. PTOMAINE POISONING PROVES FATAL.

    EGERTON, Saturday.—John Jones, aged 15 years, who was stricken with ptomaine poisoning about about a month ago, and who has been ever since suffering from the effects, ...

    Article : 45 words
  31. RABBIT DESTRUCTION.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The experiments in rabbit destruction at Broughton Island have been completed, and Dr. Tidswell, who watched and continued the experiments on ...

    Article : 82 words
  32. GARDEN FETE AT MALVERN.

    A most successful garden fete and sale in aid of the Queen Victoria Hospital was held on Saturday afternoon at Myamya, Glenferric-road, Malvern, Mrs. Ballantyne ...

    Article : 245 words
  33. KICKED BY A HORSE.

    NUMURKAH, Satruday.The fouryear-old son of Mr. Charles Darby, of the Globe Hotel, was yesterday kicked by a horse in the face. His forehead was laid ...

    Article : 46 words
  34. STRAHAN DROWNING CASE.

    ZEEHAN, Sunday. — At an inquest at Strahan yesterday on the body of Aruthur Ware, found on Ocean Beach on Thursday, a verdiet of death by drowning on Sunday, ...

    Article : 63 words
  35. RIVER GAUGINGS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 179 words
  36. CHINESE AFFRAY.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—A revolver and a knife played a part in a Chinese quarrel to-day. Day Hoon and Ah Ting, residents of the Chinese quarter, near Belmore ...

    Article : 171 words
  37. DETERMINED SUICIDE.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The body of John Thomas Cummings was found in an underground tank at Platsburg, in the Newcastle district, yesterday. His throat was cut, ...

    Article : 85 words
  38. THEATRES AND ENTERTAINMENT.

    The success of Mr. J. C. Williamson's latest production at Her Majesty's Theatre. "The Dairymaids," was assured the very first night, but the management could scarcely have hoped for crowded ...

    Article : 785 words
  39. JUMPED AND BROKE A LEG.

    CASTLEMAINE, Sunday. — A middleaged woman, Mrs. Pietseh, stationmistress at Muckleford, was last evening driving into Castlemaine with her husband, when the ...

    Article : 90 words
  40. LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

    Pall[?]rr[?] s.s., 2.6[?] tons, J. Ward, from F[?]mantle, Adelaide S.S. Co., agents. IMPORTS.—Sept. 19. (A special charge is made for consigner[?] ...

    Article : 44 words
  41. NEW CHURCH AT GLENHUNTLY.

    Opening services in connection with S. 'Agnes's Church of England, at Gleal[?]untly, were held yesterday, Archbishop Clarke preaching at the morning service ...

    Article : 166 words
  42. "THE ISLE OF WALLAPORNOONA."

    MOUNT GAMBIER, Saturday. — One lunch hour during the week a dreamy-eyed individual walked into the Penola National Bank, and asked to see the manager. Mr. ...

    Article : 173 words
  43. LIST OF PRIZES AND PRIZE WINNERS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 597 words
  44. OTHER ACCIDENTS.

    Whilst attending the opening [?]mony of the motor-boats at M[?]ibyr[?]ng on Saturday afternoon Mr. White, an c[?]rly [?]man, residing at the Anglers' Hotel, Maribyrnong, slipped on the steps ...

    Article : 329 words
  45. THE CALIFORNIA MINE.

    The [?] head battery which the California [?] [?] was formally started on Saturday, the [?] sectors and a number of [?]ading shareholders being present. It is prob[?] that the 20 head will be ...

    Article : 134 words
  46. BIJOU THEATRE.

    At the Bijou Theatre on Saturday night Mr. Charles Holloway's company success fully produced a melodrama, "Why Woman Sins," written by William P. Sheen and ...

    Article : 358 words
  47. DAIRYING INDUSTRY.

    KONGWAK, Sept. 26. Mr. M'Kenzle, late ma[?] ger of the Almurta Butter Factory, has been appointed manager of the local butter factory, in place of Mr. H. H. Paton, who is leaving to fulal ...

    Article : 666 words
  48. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.— The furniture, books, and papers belonging to the Protestant Defence Association were destroyed yesterday morning by a fire, which broke ...

    Article : 60 words
  49. LIFE ASSURANCE AMALGAMATION.

    Sir,—Mr. Bloomfield undertake to correct me. His own company's literature is responsible. (1) The quotation that the Citizens' policy-holder got £21/9/, against £24 ...

    Article : 386 words
  50. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—Bush fires are raging in the Charleville district, about Morven. Victoria Downs, and Augella Downs, also on the lower ward country, and towards ...

    Article : 132 words
  51. NEWS IN BRIEF.

    The outdoor employes of the Fitzroy Council held their annual smoke social at the local town-hall on Firday evening, Mr. A. Pos[?] presided. Among the numerous gu[?] were the mayor ...

    Article : 412 words
  52. AUSTRALASIAN ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP FOR 1907 WON BY T. LARCOMBE (N.S.W.) Off Seratch On DUNLOP TYRES. DUNLOP TYRES. DUNLOP TYRES.

    Larcombe's wonderful ride ranks as the finest achievement ever accompalished on the road, either In Australia or Europe, [?]ing nearly three minutes faster than J. Arnst's (N.Z.) world's record. ...

    Article : 116 words
  53. TASMANIA.

    HOBART, Sunday.—Mr. Edward ings, sub-editor of the "Mercury" until quite recently, died to-night. Mr. lugs born in England, but went to New Zealand when ...

    Article : 245 words
  54. WARRNAMBOOL (DUNLOP) ROAD RACE

    M. D. DORIE, the suecessful contestant, covered the 1[?]5 miles in 7 hours 45 minutes 37 seconds, thus only being 2 minutes over J. A[?]t's world's record. ...

    Article : 83 words
  55. CONSTABLE CHARGED WITH ASSAULT.

    Mr. J. P. Brennan, solicitor, acting on behalf of Constables H. H. Bruce and W. R. M'Kenzie, has had two summonses served on Constable Fattorini, charging him with ...

    Article : 71 words
  56. BROKEN HILL MINES.

    BROKEN HILL, Sunday.—Messrs. W. L. Baillien, C. Baillien, Shackell, Fink, and Wharton, [?] tectors of the De [?]vay Company, arrived to-day. They will remain untill wednesday. ...

    Article : 59 words
  57. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE.

    In our report of the nominations received for the Hawthorn election on Saturday the address of Mr. J. Y. M. Wood was incorrectly given as 22 Wak[?]. His address is 217 ...

    Article : 76 words
  58. ELECTION OF PRESIDENTS.

    BERWICK (Shire).—Councillor Wilson, pre[?]ddent, Allowance, [?]. ...

    Article : 68 words
  59. AN ATTACK OF BRONCHITIS

    [?] best tre[?]d with "BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS." This preparation effects a [?]dy cure, but be sure that [?] get "Benningto[?] [Advt.] WOODS' GREAT PEPPERMIST CURE for ...

    Article : 24 words
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