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  2. MELBOURNE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

    A dinner at the Masonic-hall, Collinsstreet, last evening concluded the celebrations in connection with the jubilee of the Church of England Grammar School, ...

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  3. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED BLACKMAIL

    BENDIGO, Thursday.—A young man named Thomas Donohue who gave his occupation is an insurance agent was this evening arrested on a charge of having ...

    Article : 523 words
  4. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 222 words
  5. POSTAL ADMINISTRATION. ROYAL COMMISSION SUGGESTED.

    Nothing was better calculated to show how alert members could be than the preliminary proceedings in the House of Representatives yesterday. According to the ...

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  6. COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT.

    An official visit was made to the local railway station on Thursday by Mr. S. Jones (traffic superintendent) and Mr. Richmond (goods traffic superintendent). ...

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  7. LOST IN THE POST.

    Sir,—Before the New Year I purchased a new novel, just published, paying 3/6. had it wrapped up, and took it to the General Post-office, Bourke-street; an official weighed ...

    Article : 301 words
  8. IRRIGATION PROJECTS.

    KYABRAM, Thursday. — Mr. Elwood Mead, chairman of the state Rivers and Water Supply Commission, arrived on Wednesday, accompanied by Mr. George Garson ...

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  9. THE WEATHER. OFFICIAL REPORT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 520 words
  10. LETTER STOLEN.

    Sir,—On the 21st of February last I sent an envelope addressed to Messrs. William Phelan and Sons, timber merchants, Talbot, containing two £1-notes and an account ...

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  11. CEMETERY TRUSTEES AT VARIANCE.

    BALLAN, Thursday.—Recently Mr. B. W. Pung, one of the trustees of the Ballan New Cemetery, was asked by his fellow-trustees to resign. At a meeting, held last ...

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  12. RIFLE MATCH.

    COLAC, Thursday.—The Corangamite Challenge Shield was shot for at Colac to-day between the four teams left in the final The weather was well suited to rifle ...

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  13. STATE PARLIAMENTS. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — In the Legislative Assembly, the Premier was asked to-night whether the Govorment had decided upon any course ofaction that would relieve the ...

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  14. IMMIGRATION.

    Referring to the relationship of the state and the Commonwealth regarding immigration, and the provision of land by the Victorian Government for the accommodation ...

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  15. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—The Legislative Assembly sat until half-past 5 this morning discussing the estimates of the Lands department. During the discussion the ...

    Article : 194 words
  16. NEW SOUTH WALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 33 words
  17. NO EVIDENCE OF NEGLECT.

    CRESWICK, Thursday.—A criminal prosecution of in unusual nature was heard at the police court to-day, before Mr. Barlow, P.M. when Dr. Lindsay was charged with ...

    Article : 150 words
  18. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    The Bendigo Chinese will not this year be able to take part in the Easter Fair procession. They have shown their interest in the charitable institutions by presenting the ...

    Article : 701 words
  19. QUEENSLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 127 words
  20. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—Mr. G. Sutherland Thomson, dairy instructor, has resigned his appointment in the Queensland service. Mr. Thomson had been in the ...

    Article : 286 words
  21. PRIVATE ADVICES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 44 words
  22. FIGHT FOR WATER.

    ROCHESTER, Thursday.— The local Chinese gardeners to-day opened a trench from the urban trust reservoir to their pump hole, and conducted the water into ...

    Article : 113 words
  23. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. MR. GOODSIR'S DEATH.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—An inquest was held by the city coroner to-day in regard to the death of Charles Goodsir, commercial traveller, of Melbourne, who was shot ...

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  24. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 117 words
  25. WALK WITH BROKEN ARM.

    YARRAWONGA, Thursday.—A painful accident befell a man named Travers at Savernake on Saturday. He was engaged with some others moving a large log with ...

    Article : 76 words
  26. CARNEGIE LIBRARY.

    MILDURA, Thursday. — The second £1,000, being the balance of the cost of the Carnegie Library here, has been received by the shire council, and next Wednesday the ...

    Article : 378 words
  27. ALLEGED HOUSEBREAKING.

    Yesterday evening Detectives Mercer and Napthine arrested Edward Gardiner, a jockey, 19 years of age, on a charge of having broken in the house of William ...

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  28. PIECE OF STRING CAUSES DEATH.

    NATIMUK, Thursday.—Mrs. W. Hahn was breaking the string with which an oatmeal bag was sewn, when one of her fingers was slightly bruised. The fiuger and hand ...

    Article : 74 words
  29. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, Thursday.—The Government have acquired Bernier Island, near Carnarvon, for the purpose of establishing a hospital for aborigines. ...

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  30. KILLED IN MACHINERY.

    PERTH, Thursday.—George Percy Woodville Rofe, assayer at the Weriana mine, near Roebourne, was caught in the machinery last night and killed. The police ...

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  31. Advertising

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  32. GIRL SEVERELY BURNT.

    GEELONG, Thursday. — Mary Denno, the daughter of a contractor living at Newtown, was severely burnt about the face, body, arms, and legs on Thursday. She ...

    Article : 53 words
  33. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Annie Robinson was to-day committed for trial from the City Coroner's Court on a charge of the murder of a male infant. The girl was in ...

    Article : 130 words
  34. THE BENDIGO CASES.

    The inquiry into the alleged inegularities at Bendigo is proceeding, and from the facts elicited so far it seems possible that the cases may be more far reaching than at first ...

    Article : 342 words
  35. CRUSHED BY A CART.

    TERANG, Thursday. — At Noorat to-day a young man named Albert Hill, 27 years of age, second son of Mr. William Hill, of Noorat-park, was taking a cheese plant in a ...

    Article : 163 words
  36. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Thursday.—Mr. J. M. Johnston, official representative of the Manawatu Agricultural and Pastoral Association to the Sydney Royal Show, leaves for ...

    Article : 65 words
  37. QUEENSLAND HURRICANES.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—The wind at Mackay to-day reached the condition of a heavy gale. The steamer Wyandra was unable to tranship her mails, and the steamer ...

    Article : 108 words
  38. RIVERINA.

    HAY, Thursday. — A fire occurred this forenoon by which weatherboard dwelling in Orson-street occupied by Mr. Robert Donohue, was completely gutted. The fire ...

    Article : 69 words
  39. GEELONG AND DISTRICT.

    The license of the Telegraph Hotel, in Pakington-street, Geelong West, was on Thursday transferred from Timothy M'Keegan to Henry Flowers, formmerly of ...

    Article : 187 words
  40. BROKEN HILL.

    The Football Association last night decided that the booths for the sale of liquor would be open this season only on the occasion of interstate meetings. It was ...

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  41. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    STAWELL, Thursday.—A four-roomed W.B. dewlling house, in Patrick-street, owned and occupied by Mr. M. Rudland, a baker, was consumed by fire about a quarter to 1 o'clock on Thursday. ...

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  42. COURSING.

    SYDNEEW, Thursday.—The first meeting of the 1908 season of the New South Wales Coursing Association was opened at Rooty Hill to-day, in splendid weather and in the presence of a large ...

    Article : 163 words
  43. TO IMPROVE VINEYARDS.

    PERTH, Thursday.—The Victorian viticultural expert, Mr. Francis De. Castella, who has been making investigations in France and other Continential vine countries ...

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  44. A.N.A. COMPETITIONS.

    The A.N.A. competitions were continued before a crowded audience last evening, in the Athen[?]um. [?]ocal Duct.—Highest in Section—B. Watterson, W. Winsor. Champion Character Recitation.— ...

    Article : 89 words
  45. CASTLEMAINE.

    The Horticultural Society's show concluded on Thursday, and proved a success. The competition for the best-decorated dinner table was won by Miss Martin,-with ...

    Article : 85 words
  46. "BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS."

    The People s Cough Remedy, always cures. But be sure you get "Bonnington's," as imitations are useless and waste precious time and money.— [Advt.] ...

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  47. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.

    PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any cases of Itching, Blind, Bleeding, or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days, or money refunded; 2/3.—-[Advt.] ...

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