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  2. Advertising

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  3. TO-DAY'S ECLIPSE.

    The sun will be eclipsed to-day. While in the south of Tasmania the inhabitants will be privileged, given fine weather, to see the glories of a total eclipse, here in ...

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  4. CRIPPLED BY THE SEA. LOCH KATRINE HELPLESS.

    Soon after 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon a yellow funnel lightened the haze beyond Port Phillip Heads. It was the funnel of the Swedish steamer Tasmanie, which on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor-General (Lord Dudley), attended by Lord Richard Neville, Captain Gilliat, and Sir Alexander Napier, was present at divine service in St. ...

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  6. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. HOBSON'S BAY.

    High Water This Day.—2.12 a.m., 2.50 p.m. May 7.—9 a.m.: Calm; weather lazy, fine; barometer, 30.20. 1 p.m.: Wind N.W., light; weather fine, clear; barometer, 30.15. 4 p.m.: ...

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  7. FIRST MATE'S STORY.

    George Smith, the first made, who is a young, practical, level-headed Scotchman— they are nearly all Scotchmen on board— gave the following account of the ship's ...

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  8. SMOKING TEA-LEAVES.

    Alexander Armstrong was the only Australian on board. Although only a young man Armstrong has been sea-faring for six years. He speaks with a Scottish accent, ...

    Article : 400 words
  9. HALLEY'S COMET.

    The comet, after perihelion, increased its angular distance from the sun until a few days ago, rising earlier each day. Now, however, as it approaches the earth, the ...

    Article : 205 words
  10. DESPATCH OF THE TUG.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The position of the Loch Katrinc on May 5 was latitude 39 south and 152.32 east, which is approximately 130 miles south-east of Cape Howe. ...

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  11. WILLS AND ESTATES.

    Robert Kennedy, of Shoreham, farmer, who died on April 8, left estate of the value of £2,160. It consists of £1,524 realty and £636 personalty, and by a will dated October 12, 1907, is left to his ...

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  12. LAND FOR SETTLEMENT. CROWN AREAS AVAILABLE.

    An area of nearly 3,000 acres of thirdclass Crown land, divided into six allotments, has been opened for settlement near Club Terrace, Croajingalong. Applications ...

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  13. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS.

    WILSON'S PROMONTORY (139 Miles).—Inward. May 8—10.20 a.m.: Wyrallah, 11.5 a.m: Komata, "All well." Outward.—May 8—12.15 a.m.: Werribee, 2.45 a.m.: Aramac. 2.33 p.m.: Supposed ...

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  14. TELEPHONE CHARGES.

    In reply to questions asked him on Saturday, the Postmaster-General (Mr. Thomas) referred to the proposals made by him in a former administration to remodel ...

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  15. THE COAL TOWN. PASSENGER SERVICE BEGINS.

    To-day the opening of the passenger service to Powlett River will take place. The train will leave Flinders-street daily at 6.20 a.m., and reach Wonthaggi at 12.32 p.m. ...

    Article : 129 words
  16. AREAS FOR MINERS' HOMES.

    BENDIGO, Sunday.—The Shire of Strathfieldsaye will urge the Minister of Forests on Wednesday not to charge royalty on road-making material ...

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  17. THE COUNTRY SCHOLAR.

    MARYBOROUGH, Sunday.—During his visit to Maryborough yesterday, the Premier (Mr.Murray) made reference to the subject of technical education. The council of the ...

    Article : 529 words
  18. SHEPPARTON ESTATE BLOCKS.

    SHEPPARTON, Sunday.—Messrs. M. Cussen and Co. on Saturday disposed by auction of the three homestead blocks in the Shepparton Estate, together with live stock, ...

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  19. VISIT OF NAVAL EXPERT.

    POWLETT, Sunday.—During the week Lieutenant Sydenham, one of the coal exports of the navy, inspected the coal resources of the State coal mine. He stated ...

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  20. A PLAYFUL HORSE.

    NATIMUK. Saturday.—The eight-year. old son of Mr. Fred. Wileman of Toan, was walking with his father,who was leading a horse home by the mane, when ...

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  21. TOWNSHIP SITES.

    At the Masoninc-hall to-morrow afternoon the leases of 50 business and 26 residential sites at the State township of Wonthaggi, Powlett coalfield, will be submitted for sale. Another similar sale ...

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  22. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. LABOURER'S SUDDEN DEATH.

    Frederick King, aged 45 years, a labourer, died suddenly on Saturday night at the lodging house of Mrs. Mary Ann Hawley, 41 Regent-street, Fitzroy. The deceased came ...

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  23. MARINE INSURANCE LAW.

    Proclamation has been made that the Marine Insurance Act passed by the Federal Parliament in November last, will come into force on July 1 next. The act aims ...

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  24. SHIPPING NOTES.

    Among expected arrivals here this morning are the Japanese liner Yawata Maru, from Yokohama: the By meeting of the Currie line from Calcutta vin sports the Peregrine of the Howard Smith ...

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  25. The Argus.

    "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whose list." ...

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  26. MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S.S. Mooltan, of the P. and O. line, from Sydney, and Ophir, of the Orient line, from London. are due at Port Melbourne this morning. They will berth alongside the railway pier. ...

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  27. OVERSEA VESSELS.

    R.M.S. Ruahine, which left London on April 16. left Cape Town on May 6 for New Zealand ports via Hobart. The Cooeyanna (of the M'Hwraith, M'Eacharn ...

    Article : 65 words
  28. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Rejected letters cannot be returned under any circumstances whatever. Correspondents are advised to keep copies of their letters, as this rule will be adhered to strictly. ...

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  29. OFF THE PIER.

    About 8 o'clock last night a man named Thomas Wyndiam, aged 30 years, of 13 Brougham-street, North Melbourne, jumped, off the end of the St. Kilda Pier. Whilst ...

    Article : 85 words
  30. MAILS OUTWARD.

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  31. MONDAY. MAY 9. 1910.

    The British Empire stands appalled at the tragically sudden death of the King. Two days ago nothing had transpired to cause the slightest ...

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  32. SENATE POLL.

    It is announced by the Federal electoral officer for Victoria (Mr. Farrer) that he will declare the poll for the Senate election in Victoria to-morrow. The ...

    Article : 67 words
  33. CYCLIST KILLED.

    The youth William Francis HerbertBasford, who was injured on Friday by a collision between his bicycle and a cart in Railway-place, Newmarket, died on ...

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  34. LOST OVERBOARD.

    GEELONG, Sunday.—Captain Johnson, of the ketch Aristides, trading between Tasmania and Geelong with timber, arrived to-day, and reported the loss of one ...

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  35. SUBURBAN ROBBERIES.

    On Saturday night three cases of housebreaking were reported to the police from Richmond. In each case the robberies were effected in the absence of the occupants of ...

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  36. KILLED BY TRAM.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—At Newcastle last night, Louis Garven Bornatici, 33 years of age, a miner, was run over by the steam tram and killed. Bornatici was crossing ...

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  37. A SNORING COW.

    STAWELL, Sunday.—Recently several persons residing at a boarding-house drew the borough council's attention to a nuisance caused bv the repeated mooing ...

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  38. "WIRELESS."

    Advice have been received by Mr. Oxenham, acting secretary to the Central Postal Administration, of the instalment of "wireless" apparains on five steamers of the ...

    Article : 119 words
  39. A TERRIBLE MISTAKE.

    SYDNEY,Sunday.—Mrs.Quong Tart.residing at Ashfield, was awakened early yesterday morning by the furious barking of a dog. She roused her little son, and ...

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  40. NEWS AGENT'S SHOP ENTERED.

    Between Friday evening and Saturday morning Lock's newspaper agency, at the Armadale-bridge, in High-street, was entered by thieves. Upwards of £8 worth ...

    Article : 92 words
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