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  2. METHODIST SYNODS.

    The financial s[?]ion of the Bendigo Methodist District Synod was held on Wednesday. The chairman (the Rev. H. Worrall) presiding. ...

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  3. GENERAL NEWS.

    A return presented at the meeting of the Board of Public Health yesterday showed that during the fornight ended October 31 a large increase in the prevalence of scarlet ...

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  4. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  5. IN THE FEDERAL GALLERIES.

    For an hour and a half yesterday the Senate discussed a motion by Senator Stewart (Q.) that the President's ruling be disagreed with. The ruling was given on ...

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  6. SYDNEY DIVORCE SUIT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— A suit for divorce in which the petitioner is Ada Gorman and the respondent Samuel Albert Gorman, was begun before Mr. Justice ...

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  7. TWELVE BEST BIRDS.

    The leading twelve includes exactly the same birds as it did yesterday, but changes have taken place in their respective position. The blue wren no longer ...

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  8. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The funeral took place on Wednesday of Mrs. A. Bath, whose husband built the first two-storied hotel in Ballarat. Born in Cornwall, the old couple completed 60 years ...

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  9. MINING DISASTER.

    MT. MORGAN, Wednesday.—A shocking disaster occurred to-day at the Mt Morgan mine. A tremendouaall of earth occurred in the workings, buying a number of ...

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  10. WORK AXD WAGES.

    An amended determination of the Wicker Workers' Wages Board has been presented to the Minister for Labour (Mr. Mackey). The principal alterations it contains ...

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  11. THE WEATHER.

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  12. HAIRDRESSERS' BOARD.

    Recently one-fifth of the employers engaged in the hairdressing trade expressed dissatisfaction with the nominations of the employers' representatives for the new ...

    Article : 128 words
  13. ROCK-CHOPPERS' STRIKE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Rockchoppers' and Sewer Miners' Union express a determination to continue on strike and to discountenance any attempt at ...

    Article : 129 words
  14. DEEPENING THE YARRA.

    The question of purchasing a rock breaking plant for use in deepening the Yarra was discussed at the Harbour Trust meeting yesterday. Reference was made by the ...

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  15. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    Bishop Reville, when opening St. Aiden's Orphanage garden fete recently, made appreciatitve reference to the action of St. Paul's and All Saints' Churches of England ...

    Article : 139 words
  16. IN THE POLICE COURTS.

    William Roberts was before the City Court yesterday for sentence on a charge of committing on assault at the Flagstaff-gardens on Constable O'sullivan on which Roberts was found guilty ...

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  17. GEELONG AND DISTRICT.

    In February, 1907, Frank Doyle was fined for insulting behaviour, and allowed a week in which to find the money. He left the town, but returned on Wednesday, and was ...

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  18. MADAME[?]ADA CROSSLEY.

    Madame Ada Crossley gave a farewell concert in the Town-hall yesterday afternoon There was a large attendance which ineluded Her Excellency Lady Dudley, Lady ...

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  19. CASTLEMAINE.

    Councillor A. Clarke, owner of the Park Hill Estate, at Joyce's Creek, is seriously ill. Mr. F. M. Best has been re-elected ...

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  20. PRIVATE ADVICES.

    The following private advices have been received:- By the Australian Estates and Mortgage Company Limited:—From Mount Howitt Station, ...

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  21. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 121 words
  22. WARRNAMBOOL.

    The damage done to the breakwater by the recent rough weather has been inspected by a diver from the ports and harbours branch, who has reported that two blocks ...

    Article : 103 words
  23. STATE PARLIAMENTS.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.—In the House of Assembly, Mr. Gatton asked the Premier what the present position of the Murray waters question was. ...

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  24. BLASTING ON DREDGING CLAIM.

    BEAUFORT, Wednesday.—A matter of importance to a local dredging company came before the monthly meeting of the Ripon Shire Council, when Mr. A. L. Stuart ...

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  25. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES.

    TOORA, Wednesday. — The adjourned inquiry concerning Constable Hall's death was held to-day, before Mr. Warner, J.P. In her evidence, Mrs. Hall stated that ...

    Article : 114 words
  26. BUILDING MISHAP.

    BALLARAT, Wednesday.—Serious damage resulted at Mr. J. White's maithouse at Wendource to-day, owing to the collapse of portion of the second floor. The ...

    Article : 205 words
  27. THROWN OUT OF BUGGY.

    SWANPOOL, Wednesday.—When driving down a steep hill at Barjarg on Sunday, Mr. Howes met with a nasty accident. The brake of the buggy refused to act, and ...

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  28. GAS EXPLOSION IN TOWN-HALL.

    QUEENSCLIFF, Wednesday.—Mrs. W. Keddell, wife of the caretaker-of the local town-hall, had a startling experience on Tuesday evening. She went underneath the ...

    Article : 117 words
  29. NAVAL AND MILITARY.

    In the Senate yesterday, Senator Keating, answering Senator Neild, said that in neary all the states large numbers of M.L.E. rifles were returned to the ordnance ...

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  30. OLD MAN'S SUICIDE.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Mecuard Schwartz, aged 61 years, committed suicide at Tomingley, in the Peak Hill district, by shooting himself in the head with a revolver. ...

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  31. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Mr. Joseph Leek, licence of the Commercial Hotel at Narandera, died suddenly at midday to-day from a paralytic stroke, aged 57 years. He ...

    Article : 208 words
  32. CHINESE SET UPON.

    HEIDELBERG, Wednesday.—A Chinese vegetable hawler was, at Alphington on Tuesday, set upon by a band of young men, who threw the contents of his cart into the ...

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  33. SWAGMAN'S LAST JOURNEY.

    URANA, Tuesday.—A swagman, said to be John Hennas, whose relatives reside near Hay, was found dead srx miles from town on the Jerilderie-road. Hennas, who ...

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  34. HEAVY SEAS PREVENT FISHING.

    QUEENSCLIFF, Wednesday.—Fishing operations by the local fleet were rendered impracticable this morning by the tremendous seas which unceasingly rolled through ...

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  35. WHEAT COMMISSION.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—The wheat Commission has presented its progress report to Parliament. Among its recommendations are the follwing—That an ...

    Article : 179 words
  36. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, Wednesday.—At the half-yearly meeting of the shareholders in the WEstern Australian Bank a dividend of £1 per share, equal to a rate of 20 per cent. per annum, ...

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  37. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE. Wednesday.—The Premier (Mr. Kidston) has been giving attention to various matters prior to the opening of to session on November 17. Most of the ...

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  38. A SECOND FRACTURE.

    ST. ARNAUD, Wednesday.—Mr. D. Miller, who recently broke his arm in a mining accident, was exercising his arm again yesterday, when he again broke it. ...

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  39. SUPPOSED DEATH BY POISONING.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.— A young man named William Armitt died at Iverary, in the Goulburn district, last night it is supposed, from strychnine poisoning. He went ...

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  40. THE HOUSEWIFE'S TREASURE.

    "I was troubled with very sore breasts," says Mrs. A. Atkins, of Melior-street, Gympie Q., "the pain of which was so serve that my rest at night was greatly disturbed. ...

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  41. FIRES THE COUXTRY.

    COLAC, Tuesday.—A five-roomed weatherboard house in Ray-steet, occupied by Mr. C. Williamson, was burnt to the ground this morning, with most of its contents. The building was not ...

    Article : 191 words
  42. CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS.

    Victoria Ward.—Councillor Sanders, corner Lygon and Richardson streets, 8; comer Rathdown and Neill streets, 9. Mr. Wilson, CaritonLatrobe Ward.—Councillor Allen's committee, ...

    Article : 40 words
  43. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Wednesday.—The New Zeland Builders' Federation has passed a resolution, favouring the abolition of the import duty on timber. ...

    Article : 51 words
  44. DIPHTHERIA AT SYDENHAM.

    Owing to cases of diphtheria having occurred at Sydenham, parents in the vicinity have ceased sending their children to the local state school, and the school has been ...

    Article : 72 words
  45. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    The following candidates, having satisfied the examiner, will not be required to present themselves for further examination in this subject:- J. S. Kilson, N. Thompson, H. W. Wilson. ...

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