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  2. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  3. THREE SUCCESSIVE FIRES. BRIGADE SAVES HOTEL.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Last night the Southern Railway Holtel, at Goulburn, was discovered to be on fire, and the fire brigade was summoned. It was found that one ...

    Article : 153 words
  4. COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT.

    The difficulty of inducing men to leave cities for work in the country under less favourable conditions was realised on Thursday by a city mining investor, who ...

    Article : 289 words
  5. PERILS OF MINING. CRUSHED TO DEATH.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—George Ford was killed this morning in the South Greta Colliery. He was working in the face, and put in a shot, afterwards going back to work. ...

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  6. MARINE MISHAPS. SATARA WRECK.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Captain Hugill, master of the s.s. Satara, which was recently wrecked off Seal Rocks, north of Newcastle, appeared in the Court of ...

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  7. POWLETT'S PROGRESS. EXODUS FROM CANVAS TOWN.

    Mr. Downward, M.L.A., yesterday introduced to the Minister for Mines (Mr. M'Bride) a deputation of business people from Powlett, to ask for a reconsideration ...

    Article : 207 words
  8. AN ADVENTURER'S END.

    Accounts of the last doings of the man who called himself Captain Digby Sheldon Henderson were given to the City Coroner (Dr. Cole) yesterday at the inquest. The ...

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  9. FATAL INJURIES.

    BROKEN HILL, Thursday.—The old miner Harding, one of the two men injured at the South mine 700ft. level on Wednesday morning, died in the hospital this ...

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  10. RAILWAY STATION BURNT.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Coonamble railway station was burned down last night, the cause of the fire being unknown. No money was missing from the safe. ...

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  11. THE WEATHER. OFFICIAL REPORT.

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  12. KILLED BY FALL.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—D. Driscoll, a miner employed at the Girofla minc, Mungana, was killed early yesterday morning by a fall from the main stope into a hopper. ...

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  13. CUB HOTEL DESTROYED.

    PERTH, Thursday.—The main portion of the Great Britain Hotel, at Cue, has been destroyed by fire. The contents, which were insured for £200, were valued by the ...

    Article : 36 words
  14. COAL MONOPOLY.

    The Minister for Mines (Mr. M'Bride) says that the Ministry has not yet decided whether it will ask Parliament to grant the State a monopoly of the coal-mining at ...

    Article : 154 words
  15. INJURED BY EXPLOSION.

    ROCKHAMPTON (Q.), Thursday.—John Twomey, a miner, aged 52, working at the Great Fitzroy mine, Mount Chalmers, went to get a piece of steel for a drill yesterday. ...

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  16. PAYMENT FOR MINE WORK.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Serious trouble is expected at the Great Cobar mine. Hitherto the management has been paying 3/6 per ton for breaking ore, and putting it down ...

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  17. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    Thomas Rea, who gave evidence in the County Court case in which Maurice Murphy, a cabdriver, sued the Tramway Company for damages arising out of a ...

    Article : 456 words
  18. GENERAL NEWS.

    Messrs. James Service and Co. report that they have received cable advice that shipments of fruit per the German-Australian liner Rostock for Antwerp and ...

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  19. TOW-LINE PARTS.

    PERTH, Thursday.—For some time the small steamer Una and the schooner Queenie Alice have been engaged in salvaging the cargo of the foundered steamer Pericles. ...

    Article : 119 words
  20. NETTING FISH.

    The want of fresh fish is severely felt at Powlett River, and a petition has been forwarded to the Fisheries department asking that netting be permitted. Inquiries ...

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  21. EMPIRE DAY.

    An enthusiastic meeting was held in the Alphington-hall on Saturday last, to consider what steps should be taken to celebrate Empire Day in the Heidelberg district. ...

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  22. MOUNT BUTE ESTATE.

    LINTON, Thursday.—A meeting at tended by nearly 100 farmers was held to night to consider the advisability of asking the Closer Settlement Board to acquire the ...

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  23. DUPLICATION OF NAMES.

    POWLETT, Thursday.—Complaints are being made about there being two places in the district of the same name, miles apart. Goods sent to Wonthaggi arrive at the State ...

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  24. UNDERGROUND WATER.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Word has been received from Coonamble that the artesian water supply shows serious signs of diminishing. The flow of the bore from which the ...

    Article : 218 words
  25. POWLETT RIVER "SPORTS."

    Sir,—A correspondent from the Powlett River township informs me that the few remaining kangaroos and wallabies in the vicinity of that town are being hunted and ...

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  26. GEELONG AND DISTRICT.

    Mr. Charles Breen, of the Metropolitan Board of Works, was on Thursday night appointed staff surveyor to the Geelong Water and Sewerage Board, at a salary of ...

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  27. IN THE POLICE COURTS. A CHARGE THAT FAILED.

    A charge of committing an aggravated assault on a female was brought against a man named Edward M'Evoy at the Collingwood Court on Thursday, before Messrs. Collins, Levens, and ...

    Article : 217 words
  28. FOUND BY THE ROADSIDE.

    BALLARAT, Thursday.—Arthur Michell, about 40 years of age, was found in a state of collapse to-day near the Crcswick-road. Constable Hedger removed him to the ...

    Article : 91 words
  29. THE RAINFALL.

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  30. THE RAILWAYS. NEW STATIONS.

    Two deputations waited upon the Railway Commissioners yesterday and put forward requests for new station building. In reply to representatives of the Lilydale ...

    Article : 148 words
  31. REV. H. WORRALL WELCOMED.

    The Rev. Henry Worrall, of Bendigo, who has succeeded the Rev. R. W. Thomson as pastor of the Brunswick Methodist Church and superintendent of the local, circuit, was ...

    Article : 290 words
  32. WOMAN'S PURSE STOLEN.

    Before Messrs. Showers and Tait, J.P.'s, at the Fitzroy Court on Thursday, Claud Harrison, aged 24 years, was charged with larceny from a dwelling. Clara E. Byrne, residing with her husband ...

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  33. FERKY PUNT SUNK.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The punt of the ferry between Chatsworth Island and Moroto sank on Wednesday afternoon in midstream while crossing with dairy cattle. The ...

    Article : 63 words
  34. SHOP WINDOW THEFT.

    Charles Madden, a young man, who is at present serving a term of imprisonment for a previous offence, was charged before the City Court Bench yesterday with the larceny of woollen goods valued ...

    Article : 144 words
  35. MOTOR TRAFFIC AND RAODS.

    KILMORE, Thursday.—Co.-operation has been granted by the Kilmore and Merriang Shire Councils to Gisborne, in the endeavour to obtain from the Government ...

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  36. WALHALLA TRAIN OVERCROWDED.

    WALHALLA, Thursday.—The ordinary train leaving Walhalla to-day had more passengers than it could accomniodate, even the standing room in the guard's van being all taken. Somem declined the ...

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  37. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE.

    At the meeting of the Footscray Council on Wednesday night, the mayor (Councillor W. Gallant) said the time was ripe for the amalgamation of the Footscray and Williamstown municipalities ...

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  38. PREFERENCE TO RACEGOERS.

    Sir,—I desire to draw your attention to the way ordinary passengers are inconvenienced when races take place at Melbourne and Aspendale. Having occasion to visit Benlleigh this afternoon, ...

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  39. TUBERCULOUS STOCK.

    STRATFORD, Thursday.—Tuberculosis among cattle is very prevalent in the vicinity of the town. It has been brought under the notice of the district stock ...

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  40. AT THE WATCHHOUSE.

    On Thursday, at the North Melbourne Court, before Messrs. G. V. Blackburne (chairman) and J. Portingale, J.P.'s. a young man named William Bevan was charged with committing perjury ...

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  41. RAINS IN THE WEST.

    PERTH, Thursday.—Seasonable rains have Tallen in the wheat areas during the last 24 hours. Heavy falls are also reported from the Murchison and Kimberley ...

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  42. INDUSTRIES FOR BENDIGO.

    Mr. Elwood Mead, chairman of the Water Supply Commission, will visit Bendigo on Monday evening for the purpose of conferring with the association of local business ...

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  43. CHINESE AT LAW.

    GEELONG, Thursday.—A Chinese, named Cheong Chong, employed on the steamer Eastern, appeared at the Town Court to-day, and was remanded till the ...

    Article : 104 words
  44. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  45. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, Thursday.—The council of the National Liberal league has decided to take into consideration the formation of a permanent Liberal Club in Perth. The ...

    Article : 64 words
  46. FORMATION OF COMPANIES.

    BENDIGO, Thursday.—A committee meeting in connection with the industiies for the Bendigo movement was held at the town-hall to-night. Progress reports ...

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  47. DUTIES AS HUSBAND AND FATHER.

    George Williams, curator of the Footscray-gardens, was charged at the Prahran Court, before Messrs. Chambers (chairman), Flintoff, Tyner, and Wallis, J.P.'s, with leaving his wife without ...

    Article : 177 words
  48. TURN VEREIN JUBILEE.

    One of the most successful efforts for a long time in Melbourne in German amateur theatricals was that of last evening at the hall of the Deutscher Turn Verein, as part ...

    Article : 133 words
  49. OBSTINATE LADIES.

    SYDNEY, Thursday,—At Dulwich Hill to-day some ladies boarded a tram-car on the outward journey, and on arrival at the terminus refused to alight when requested ...

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  50. STATION STABBING AFFRAY.

    On Friday night, upon alighting from the last train from the city at North Richmond railway station, Thomas Goldsmith, as reported in "The Argus," was stabbed in ...

    Article : 207 words
  51. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Thursday.—The directions of the Union Steamship Company, have declared a dividend of 9½d. per share for the half-year ended March 31. ...

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  52. COUNTRY SPORTS.

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  53. CHARGES OF HOUSEBREAKING.

    Reginald Allison, aged 25, was chared at the Carlton Court on Wednesday, before Messrs. Edwards and Allison, J.P.'s, with housebreaking and stealing. The accused, who was undefended, ...

    Article : 189 words
  54. INVENTORS' SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of the Inventors' Society was held at the rooms, on Wednesday evening last. Mr. Green presided. The report and balance-sheet for the past year ...

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  55. 43 DAYS' FAST.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—The Hungarian, Sacco Homan, this evening completed a fast of 43 days. Cecil Johnston was proceeded against by ...

    Article : 65 words
  56. HOMING PIGEON ASTRAY.

    GEELONG, Thursday.—A homing pigeon thrown up at King Island on April 25 has made its home in the loft of Mr. R. Hayward, of Myers-street, Geelong, which ...

    Article : 100 words
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