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  2. CASUALTIES AND NATALITIES. AAaNDOW-CLEANING FATALITY.

    A verdict of accidental death was recorded by the coroner (Dr. Cole) at the Morgue yesterday as the result of an inquest on the b[?]dy of Thomas Wharton, a yardsman ...

    Article : 87 words
  3. COST OF LIVING.

    "I'll take one of these account books, but I know that it will be very hard to feet the missus to say what she spends the money on," said a delegate at the ...

    Article : 529 words
  4. NATIONAL WINTER GAME. APPROACHING FOOTBALL SEASON.

    High water mark in play prosperity, and public interest was reached last season with both the League and the Association. It the season which opens to-morrow equals ...

    Article : 1,685 words
  5. WARRNAMBOOL RACES.

    WARRNAMBOOL, Thursday.—The Warrnambool Racing Club brought their steeplechase meeting to a successful conclusion to-day. The weather was again ...

    Article : 2,233 words
  6. FARMER'S LONELY DEATH.

    RUTHERGLEN, Thursday.—The body of a min named Thomas Renshaw was found on Wednesday eveing lying in his hut at Gooramadda. Renshaw was a small fanner, ...

    Article : 101 words
  7. CLUB NOTES.

    The following are the leaggue matches for to-morrow:— Some Melbourne v. Richmond, at South Melbourne. ...

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  8. RACECOURSE ACCIDENTS.

    WAGGA, Thursday.—Whilst riding Merewether, the favourite in the third race at Ganmain races, G. Stuart, a well-known Riverina jockey, and brother of the ...

    Article : 66 words
  9. INVALID CUTS HIS THROAT.

    At the Morgue yesterday the coroner (Dr. Cole) held an inquiry respeeting the death of Carl Carlson, aged 63, which occurred in the Alfred Hospital on Amil 21. ...

    Article : 138 words
  10. THE BRIDAL OUTFIT.

    In the County Court-yesterday, before Judge Chomley, the hearing of the case in which Samuel Mann, trading as "The Fair," Sydney-road, Brunswick, draper, claimed ...

    Article : 431 words
  11. BLAST IN THE FACE.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A miner named William Eyles was shockingly injured byy the explosion of a blast at the Stanford colliery, in the Neweastle district, to-day. He ...

    Article : 79 words
  12. LYSOL-POISONING.

    The death of Jane Coleman, a married woman, aged 54, which occurred at her residence at Abbotsford on April 21, the result of lysol-poisoning, was the subject ...

    Article : 191 words
  13. FATAL FALL FROM LADDER.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—Frank Fletcher, a pensioner, aged 73; fell from a ladder at Richmond to-day, and sustained a deep gash on the head, from, which he ...

    Article : 33 words
  14. TANAMI GOLDFIELD.

    PORT DARWIN, Thursday.—Mr. W. J. Nimmo, a miner, arrived from Tanami this morning, where he has been prospecting for the last five months. ...

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  15. STOLEN RIDE PROVES FATAL.

    John Birmingham, aged about 12, a ward of the State, and boarded out to Miss Spicer, of Mason-street, Newport, was brought to the Williamstown Hospital Lite on ...

    Article : 216 words
  16. CONSUMPTIVE SANATORIUM.

    At the committee meeting of the Cheltenham Progress Association on Wednesday night, a letter was read from Dr. Astles, fonnerly medical officer for Melbourne and ...

    Article : 142 words
  17. MADAME CALVE.

    After her brief rest since Tuesday's concert, Madame Calve has completely recovered from her slight indisposition. The cold which was affecting her having left her, ...

    Article : 159 words
  18. STRUCK BY BELT.

    An accident happenid at Messrs. Cuming Smith, and Company's works, at Yarraville, yesterday, when Gordon Edgar, an employee, about 21 years of age, and ...

    Article : 76 words
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  20. THE FITZROY EXPLOSION.

    Charles Rylton Webb Shaw, aged 20 years, grocer's assistnnt, was, at the Fitzroy Court yesterday, before Messrs. Showers, Grigg, and Tait, J.P.'s, charged with having, ...

    Article : 196 words
  21. CHARGE AGAINST CHAUFFEUR.

    Before Messrs Chambers (chairman), Flintoff, Tyner, and Wallis, J. P.'s, at the Prahran court yesterday, John Edward Bywater, a chauffeur, was charged, on remand, with having been drunk while ...

    Article : 361 words
  22. PASSENGER ROBBED.

    Prior to the Federal-Houlder-Shire steamer Oswestry Grange leaving the Williamstown Breakwater Pier for London yesterday morning a passenger named Ingle ...

    Article : 110 words
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