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  2. LABOUR IN QUEENSLAND.

    TOWNSVILLE, Tuesday.—At the Labour Convention to-day, Mr. Bowman, M.L.A., in the president's address, referred with regret to the absence of Mr. Mat. ...

    Article : 367 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT.

    The funeral took place on Tuesday of Mrs. Humphreys, mother of Mr. W. T. Humphreys, chairman of the Ballarat Stock Exchange. Mrs. Humphreys was aged 81, and ...

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  4. GENERAL RAIN. LIGHT BUT USEFUL.

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  5. THE LATE KING.

    A magnificent and imposing ceremony will take place to-day, when the body of the late King will be removed from the throne room in Buckingham Palace to Westminster ...

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  6. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  7. LABOUR NEWS. SHOP-ASSISTANTS' FEDERATION[?]

    At a meeting of the Victorian branch of the Shop Assistants' Federation last night, the secretary (Mr. L. L. Kelly) reported that at a South Melbourne establishment ...

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  8. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MELBOURNE EAST.

    Mr. William Pitt will hold a meeting of supporters at the Richmond small hall, at 8 o'clock to-morrow evening. ...

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  9. PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY.

    The annual sessions of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria were begun yesterday at Assembly-hall, Collins-street. MODERATOR'S ADDRESS. ...

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  10. TO-NIGHT'S MEETINGS.

    SOUTH-EASTERN, PROVINCE.—Councillor Adamson, at Public[?]hall, Bentleigh, at 8 o'clock. MELBOURNE EAST.—Mr. J. P. Jones, B[?]unswick-street and Alexandra-parade, 8; ...

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  11. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

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  12. NEW SOUTH WALES. THE RIVERINA.

    HAY, Tuesday.—The municipal council last night accepted a tender for the electric lighting of the town and the pumping of water and sewerage by electrically-driven ...

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  13. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    Cissie Quinlan was committed for trial on Tuesday on a charge of the larceny of £9 from the person of John Ward, of Meatian. ...

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  14. THE BARRIER.

    BROKEN HILL, Tuesday.—The Barrier district assembly of the Political Labour League has decided to advice the central executive to impose a levy of 3d. each on ...

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  15. PRISONER AT LARGE.

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—A close search has been made all day in the country surrounding Ballarat, and more particularly to the south, for the escaped prisoner Ball, ...

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  16. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—Arrangements are being made by the Department of Agriculture for a winter course of instruction to be given to State-school teachers during the ...

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  17. PRIVATE ADVICES.

    The following private advices have been received:— By Messrs. Wilson, Bishop, and Henderson.— From the manager Mount Gipps Station, Broken ...

    Article : 37 words
  18. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  19. LABOUR COUNCIL AND PROTECTION.

    The Collingwood branch of the Political Labour Council met on Monday evening. Mr. P. J. M'Namara, the president, in the chair. ...

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  20. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Tuesday.—Joseph Davis and Martin Haines have been found guilty of arson in connection with a fire at the Rutland Hotel buildings on January 22. ...

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  21. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES.

    Bruce Mlillar, son of Licutenant T. M'N. Millar head teacher of the Mordalloc State school, met with a painful accident whilst travelling in a railway carriage from ...

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  22. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—An important judgment was given in the Full Court to-day in a special case submitted to arbitiators and an umpire in connection with the ...

    Article : 333 words
  23. GEELONG AND DISTRICT.

    The mayor (Councillor H. A. Austin) on Tuesday night opened a Dutch fair, promoted by the Young Men's Guild. It is desired to raise £500 to liquidate a debt ...

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  24. CABMEN'S GRIEVANCES.

    For a long time the city cabmen have claimed that the by-laws under which they are controlled are obsolete and require amendment. Yesterday the secretary of ...

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  25. WARRNAMBOOL.

    Dr. Wilson, who formerly represented Corangamite in the House of Representatives, is selling his Farnham property, of about 500 acres privately. One block of ...

    Article : 77 words
  26. EFFECT ON WHEAT CROPS.

    SHEPPARTON, Tuesdny.—The muchneeded rain set in at 3 this afternoon, and at 5 o'clock the rain gauge registered 13 points. Rain has fallen continuously since, ...

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  27. GENERAL NEWS.

    At Sargents Cafe Mr. Elwood Mead has witnessed a display of Australian films specially taken by Pathe Freres. These included views of Melbourne, the Castlemaine ...

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  28. HAMILTON.

    The borough council has decided to support the borough of Dunolly in a request for equal facilities to children in country centres attending schools for technical and ...

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  29. HAIRDRESSERS' COMPLAINTS.

    When the appeal in the hairdressing trade against the award of the wages board fixing a minimun of 45/ a week for chair hands was lodged, it contained the signatures of ...

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  30. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    BROKEN HILL, Tuesday.—Rain fell steadily all the morning, and light showers this afternoon. Over 30 points were recorded. ...

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  31. POLICEMAN PAYS COSTS.

    CHILTERN, Tuesday.—In the police court to-day, before Sir. J. W. W. Beaven, P.M., Mr. Ahern asked to have settled the question of costs in the case of Constable ...

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  32. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—The whole of the settled agricultural and pastoral areas have received rain. Fifty-four stations recorded over half an inch. The downfall was ...

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  33. THE RAILWAYS. CAULFIELD TRAINS DELAYED.

    A broken spring was the immediate cause of the breakdown at South Yarra of the 8.35 a.m. train from Caulfield to Melbourne yesterday. It was delayed 17 minutes, and ...

    Article : 128 words
  34. ART GIFT FOR AUSTRALIA.

    At an informal gathering on Tuesday (says the "British Australasian" of April 14), Mr. Mortimer Menpes handed to Sir George Reid a most interesting gift for ...

    Article : 68 words
  35. OFFICIAL REPORT.

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  36. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE.

    In reporting to the Camberwell Council last night, Councillor Beckett stated that good progress was being made at the Eastern Suburbs Technical College. Altogether 279 students were ...

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  37. LABOUR AIMS EXPOUNDED.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Mr. J.S.T. M'Gowen, M.L.A., leader of the State Labour party, delivered his presessonal speech at the Oddfellows' Temple to-night. ...

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  38. GROCERY EMPLOYEES.

    At a meeting of the United Grocers, Tea, and Produce Employees' Union held hst night a letter was read from the Prime Minister (Mr. Andrew Fisher) thanking ...

    Article : 364 words
  39. THE GAME LAWS.

    KERANG, Monday.—At the Police Court on Thursday, before Messrs. W. W. Greene, P.M., J. Kerr. F. J. Taverncr, and J. Moore, J.P.'s., W. Doyle was charged with ...

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  40. ARMADALE STATION.

    An ornamental structure has been erected on the island platform which is now the Armadale station. A long ramp has been built from about the centre of the "island" ...

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  41. MILDURA TO YELTA.

    Mr. Kernot; chief engineer for railway construction, returned on Monday from a visit to the district between Mildura and Yelta. It is proposed to extend the line ...

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  42. LOYAL JOHN MURRAY TENT.

    CASTERTON, Tuesday.—A juvenile Rechabite Tent has been opened here by Mr. J. G. Membrey, M.L.A., 40 members being enrolled. As a compliment to the ...

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  43. LABOUR MEMBER WORTH £20,000.

    PAKENHAM, Tuesday.—Mr. Fenton, M.H.R., delivered an address last night, on the occasion of the opening of the branch of the Political Labour Council. He denied ...

    Article : 85 words
  44. TICKET PROSECUTIONS.

    CASTERTON, Tuesday.—At Branxholme, before Mr. Williams, P.M., Detective Borsum charced Russell White with having travelled on the railways without a ticked on January 18. Mr. John ...

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  45. OPIUM PARLOUR RAIDED.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Lee Sing, a Chinese commission agent, was at the Central police court to-day fined £5, in default two months' imprisonment, for having opium in ...

    Article : 96 words
  46. LAND AND PROPERTY SALES.

    EGERTON, Wednesday.—The late Mr. Philip Canwell's grazing property, comprising 950 acres, has been sold by Messrs. lendy, Leary, and Co., of Geelong, the purchaser being Mr. J. Cole, at ...

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  47. CHORUS GIRLS' UNION.

    Application was lodged with the registrar yesterday for the registration, under the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Act, of the Australian Theatrical ...

    Article : 80 words
  48. THE LICENSING ACT.

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—An interesting law point came before Judge Eagleson in the Courty Court to-day, when the Ballarat Brewing Company sucd the executors of the late Mrs. L. ward, ...

    Article : 138 words
  49. LIBRARY FOR BURWOOD.

    A movement is afoot to establish a Mechanics Institute and Public Library at Burvood. To this end the residents have raised £180, and the Government ...

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  50. ENGINE DERAILED.

    RIDDELL, Tuesday,—A goods engine became derailed during shunting operations here last night. The accident occurred at the slip points in the siding, and a large gang of men from the ...

    Article : 53 words
  51. BOOT-SELLERS' WAGES.

    Late last Parliamentary session employees engaged in shops where boots and shoes are sold asked the Minister for Labour (Mr. Murray) to move for the appointment of a ...

    Article : 96 words
  52. SUBWAY AT SURREY HILLS.

    The need of a subway under the railway line at Surrey Hills, connecting Wilson-street and Windsor-crescent, has been felt for a long time. The Camberwell Council on Monday night decided ...

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  54. FITZROY FACTORIES.

    At the end of last month Councillor Apps, at a meeting of the Fitzroy Council, expressed the opinion that some of the local factories were death traps. The Minister ...

    Article : 133 words
  55. GAS GENERATOR EXPLODES.

    HENTY (N.S.W.), Tuesday.—While an improvement was being made in an acetylene gas generator an explosion resulted, one man being severely injured and two ...

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  57. S.S. TOROA REFLOATED.

    The s.s. Toroa, which grounded at Ulverstone (Tas.) on Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, was refloated yesterday evening, at half-past 5 o'clock. It was fortunate that ...

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  58. PRESTON'S EARLY HISTORY.

    Sir,—As an old colonist I read with grent Pleasure Mr. Hain's historieal reminiscenes. In those of to-day on Preston he makes a great mistake as to its Parliamentary ...

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  59. HOMEOPAHIC HOSPITA.

    During last year a movement was made in SOuth Melbourne to inangurate a fund to raise £500 to assist the Homeopathic Hospital in the building of a children's ward, which was much needed. A ...

    Article : 133 words
  60. GARDENING ON SUNDAY.

    Two young Chinese, named respectively Ah Lett and Ah Sun, were charged at Hawthorn yesterday with having worked on the Sabbath, contrary to a statute of Charles ...

    Article : 80 words
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