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  2. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS

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  3. LABOUR NEWS. RURAL WORKERS' FEDERATION.

    The first annual conference of the Rural and General Workers' Federation will be opened at the Trades-hall on Tuesday, June 7. This date has been selected on account ...

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  4. THE WEATHER. OFFICIAL FORECAST.

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  5. COLONEL KIRKPATRICK.

    The appointment of Colonel Kirkpatrick as director general of the military forces of Australia was formally ratified at a meeting of the Federal Executive Council ...

    Article : 128 words
  6. BALLARAT'S ENTERPRISE.

    BALLARAT, Friday.—In furtherance of the proposal by the mayor of Ballarat East (Councillor M'Neil) that fresh attention should be devoted to unworked areas as a ...

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  7. COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT.

    For some time past frequent consignments of goods from Melbourne to Ballarat tradesmen have been tampered with. All kinds of articles, from furs to tins of jam and ...

    Article : 148 words
  8. HARBISON WILL CASE.

    Arguments were resumed in the Banco Court yesterday, at 4 o'clock, before the Chief Justice, (Sir John Madden), in the matter of costs in the Harbison will case. ...

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  9. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The German Unearned Increment Bill has encountered many difficulties in its passage through committee in the Reichstag. The result is that its further consideration has ...

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  10. RAILWAY MOTOR SERVICES.

    MARYBOROUGH, Friday.—The Premier (Mr. Murray) accompanied by the Attorney-General (Mr. Drysdale Brown), arrived here to-night to receive a number ...

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  11. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    The city council has agreed to co-operate in the movement for the linking of the north-eastern and Bendigo railway lines. Out of 33 applications Mr. F. G. Amer was ...

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  12. WOODWORKERS' UNION.

    It was decided at the recent conference of the Federated Timber-yard, Sawmill, and General Woodworkers' Employees' Association, to appoint an organising secretary. ...

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  13. THE PERICLES ROCK.

    The uncharted rock which caused the loss of the Aberdeen liner Pericles, near Cape Leeuwin, has been located. In a notice regarding the discovery, issued by ...

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  14. BIBLE IN SCHOOLS.

    BENDIGO, Friday.—The establishment of a Pocket Testament League in Bendigo was one of the results of the recent evengelistic mission. Numbers of boys and ...

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  15. LABOUR CANDIDATES.

    At a meeting of the Albert-park branch of the P.L.C., held on Thursday evening, it was resolved to send a recommendation to the next labour conference to the effect ...

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  16. PROGRAMME FOR THE PEOPLE.

    HOBART, Friday.—The Premier (Sir Elliott Lewis) left to-day for Sydney. Before leaving he issued a statement of minsters of policy to be settled by the Cabinet. ...

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  17. GEELONG AND DISTRICT.

    The Geelong and Western District Fruitgrowers' and Export Association has been notified of the landing at Antwerp in excellent condition of a shipment of apples ...

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  18. LONDON WOOL SALES.

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  19. SHEPPARTON ESTATE.

    SHEPPARTON, Friday.—Mr. Murphy, sitting this afternoon alone [?] a land board, made the following additional allotments in the Shepparton Estate under the Closer ...

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  20. SERANG AND FIREMAN.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Ahmed Ali, serang on board the steamer Euryalus, pleaded guilty to-day, at the quarter session, to a charge of having inflicted grievous bodily harm on ...

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  21. RUSH FOR TRAMWAY BILLETS.

    Over 100 applications have been received by the secretary of the Prahran-Mnlvern Tramway Trust for position's on the outside staff. As only 13 cars are being ...

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  22. CASTLEMAINE.

    The Treasurer, in allocating the grant to the Castlemaine Hospital last month, gave a special grant of £200 conditionally that the institution amalgamated with the ...

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  23. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. BARRIER DROWNING CASE.

    BROKEN HILL, Friday,—The inquest on the body of Ethel May Newman, aged 19, found in a waterhole at the railway town brickworks on Thursday, was opened ...

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  24. PRIVATE ADVICES.

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  25. EMPIRE DAY. SERVICE AT ST. PAUL'S.

    A special service in commemoration of Empire Day will he held in St. Paul's Cathedral on Sunday afternoon, May 22, at half-past 3 o'clock. It is hoped that, in ...

    Article : 92 words
  26. OVERTIME IN THE "LANE."

    A correspondent writes:—"At certain seasons a walk down Flinders-lane any time between 8 and 9 o'clock at night would reveal a large proportion of the principal ...

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  27. PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL WORK.

    The necessity of a sisterhood to prosecute rescue and infant-saving work in Melbourne was discussed at length at the last Presbyterian Assembly, and as a result a ...

    Article : 291 words
  28. WARRNAMBOOL.

    The Rev. F. Percy Barrett has resigned the pastorate of the Congregational Church, and has been presented by the congregation with a purse of sovereigns, whilst Mrs. ...

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  29. THE RAINFALL.

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  30. BOLT DOWN A HILL.

    BEACONSFIELD UPPER, Friday.—On Thursday a pony, driven by Miss P. Corder, of Salsbury-house, got out of hand and bolted down the hill. It fell, and Miss ...

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  31. SUBURBAN CELEBRATIONS.

    The school children of Malvern are to be enter tained in the cricket-ground. Mr. Norman Boyles, M.L.A., when in England recently, presented to and received in exchange from the ...

    Article : 270 words
  32. QUARANTINE ACT.

    In the Williamstown Police Court yesterday, before Dr. Cole, P.M., the Customs authorities proceeded against P. T. Lunn, surgeon of the s.s. Fifeshire, for a ...

    Article : 200 words
  33. THE SATARA WRECK.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—Inquiries were made to-day regarding the remarks made by Judge Backhouse in connection with the Satara wreck, when he said that the Court ...

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  34. STRUCK WITH BULLOCK WHIP.

    CAMPERDOWN, Friday.—At the Camperdown Court yesterday Hugh Clink was charged with having struck his nephew. Charle M'Sween, aged 16 years. The lad ...

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  35. BURNT IN HIS HUT.

    CHILTERN, Friday.—A fire which had fatal consequences occurred at Black Dog Creek last night. A four-roomed house, owned and occupied by David Vance, an ...

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  36. POLICE RAID VINEYARD.

    MARYBOROUGH, Friday.—The Maryborough police yesterday visited the vineyard of H. Rudrum, at Moonlight Flat and seized 13 barrels of wine. Rudrum will be ...

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  37. BABY'S DEATH IN TRAIN.

    HORSHAAM, Friday.—As Mrs. George, the young wife of a Lubeck farmer, was travelling to Horsham by last night's train, a baby girl a month old, for whom she ...

    Article : 64 words
  38. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Wilfred William Jauncey, formerly manager of the Bank of New South Wales at Dorrigo, was committed for trail to-day on three charges ...

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  39. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  40. LAANECOORIE-BRIDGE.

    BEALIBA, Friday.—At a special meeting held yesteerday, the Bet Bet shire decidid, on the motion of Councillors Melalman and Forbes to notify the Marong shue that the ...

    Article : 68 words
  41. COUNTRY.

    BUNYIP, Friday.—At a meeting of parents, it was decided to give the State school children a picnic on Empire Day. A committee was formedd, with Mr. A. H. Nelson as secretary. ...

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  42. IN THE POLICE COURTS.

    In the Brighton Court yesterady, Harry liance, 18 years of age, was charged with having thrown a rotten egg to the danger of a person in Ormondroad. Bentleigh, on April 10. He pleaded not ...

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  43. CAUGHT ON A LEDGE.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—A miner, named Hogan, fell over the edge of the cliffs near Searborough to-day on to a ledge about 2ft. wide and 25ft. from the top. Here he ...

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  44. HORSE-STEALING CHARGES.

    RUTHERGLEN, Friday.—At the Rutherglen Police Court to-day, John Frost was charged with having stolen a horse of the value of £20, the property of Mrs. ...

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  45. FIRST CHURCH IN MELBOURNE.

    Sir,—According to your interesting story of the "Pilgrim Fathers", in "The Argus" of to-day. Mr. Thwaites stated that the Congregational Church erected in ...

    Article : 535 words
  46. CRUSHED BY WAGGON WHEEL.

    SEA LAKE, Friday.—A fatal accident happened yesterday to a young man named Donald B. Chapman, who was employed by the Mallee Agricultural and Pastoral ...

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  47. SIGNALS IN MINES.

    BALLARAT, Friday.—The Minister for Mines (Mr. M'Bride) and the State Treasurer (Mr. Watt) to-night inspected Mr. Otto Reigelhuth's invention for an ...

    Article : 156 words
  48. THE STRIKE LEADERS. RELEASE SOUGHT.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Several members of the State Parliamentary Labour party waited upon the Minister for Justice (Mr. Garland) this morning, and presented a ...

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  49. HORTICULTURAL SHOWS.

    MORTLAKE,—The fifteenth annual chrysanthemum show in connection with the Presbyterian Sabbath School was opened on Friday by Mr. Lionel Weatherly, of "Wooloongoon." The ...

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  50. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. GIPPSLAND PROVINCE.

    MAFFRA, Friday.—The Farmers' League met this afternoon. The Legislative Council election was discussed. It was generally admitted that a land tax must come, but ...

    Article : 66 words
  51. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Friday.—The Mile End land case, in which Messrs. C. A. M'Donald Ltd. claimed £13,400 from the Railway Commissioner, who offered £4,935 for land ...

    Article : 93 words
  52. Advertising

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  53. MALLEE LAND.

    The Land Board winch has been dealing with the applications submitted for nearly 100,000 acres of mallee land in the north-west of the State, opposite the South ...

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  54. DEATH IN LOCK-UP CELL.

    BROKEN HILL, Friday.—John Temby, aged 43, a miner, who was arrestd this morning on a charge of drunkenness, died in the lock-up cells this afternoon. A ...

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  55. NORTH-EASTERN PROVINCE.

    Mr. Sachse, M.L.C., announces in this issue that he is again a candidate for reelection as a member of the Legislative Council for the North-Eastern Province, a ...

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  56. PARTISAN FINED.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—At the Clifton police court a miner named John Curtis was charged with having used insulting words. The proceedings arose as the result of a ...

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  57. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, Friday.—The London brokers report that the shipment of West Australian apples by the Osterley were much better than those sent from Tasmania and ...

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  58. SHIPPING NEWS.

    The following arrivals and departures are reported:— Arrivals.—Kumara, s.s., from Wellington March 19; Clan Buchanan, s.s., from ...

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  59. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

    At the meeting of the Victorian Football Association, held at Young and Jackson's Hotel last night, a large attendance of delegates was presided over by Mr. A. J. ...

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  60. BENEVOLENT ASYLUM SITE.

    The suggestion made by Senator Barker at the deputation to the Premier (Mr. Murmy) on Thursday that the present site of the Benevolent Asylum would be suitable ...

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  61. Advertising

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  62. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Friday.—The estimated population of the Dominion on March 31, including the Maoris and Cook Islanders, was 1,047,551 persons. ...

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  63. EARTH TREMORS.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—During the week ended on Thursday, three earthqueakes were recorded on the instrument at the Observatory. The first occurred during the early ...

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  64. POWELKA ON TRIAL.

    WELLINGTON, Friday.—Joseph Powelka, the gaol-breaker, who was arrested in a hayloft recently, after an eventful and exciting pursuit, was charged at the ...

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  65. 25/ PER HEAD.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The Premier (Mr. Wade) yesterday intimated that as the Financial Agreement has not been placed in the constitution he rather favoured ...

    Article : 155 words
  66. BURIED WITHOUT COFFINS.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—A telegram was received to-day from Dr. Tyrie, who is investigating the epidemic of fever at Oaks, where the deaths were so numerous that ...

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  67. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    HORSHAM, Friday.—At 11 o'clock last night an outbuilding at Brent's Pharmacy ignited, and the firebell was rung. The brigade speedily extinguished the flames before much damage was done. ...

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  68. CONVENT AS CUSTODIAN.

    PERTH, Friday.—In the Supreme Court to-day Mr. Justice Rooth heard agrument in connection with the claim of Mrs. Hawkes for the custory of her two children. ...

    Article : 82 words
  69. Advertising

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  72. Advertising

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  73. Family Notices

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  74. Advertising

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