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  2. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  3. THE WEATHER. OFFICIAL FORECAST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 606 words
  4. LAWN TENNIS. ALL-ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS.

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  5. COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT.

    The Fish Acclimatisation Society have seemred 12,000 ova of brown and Loch Leven trout from Lake Learmonth. A number of rainbow trout were netted, but were not ...

    Article : 281 words
  6. MALVERN TRAMWAY.

    The tramway system between Prahran and Malvern has now been in full working order for nearly a month. Yesterday proved another very satisfactory day, being fully ...

    Article : 285 words
  7. THE KITCHENER SCHEME. LECTURE BY COLONEL FOSTER.

    Colonel Hubert Foster, R.E., lectured in the Wilson-hall, at the University, on Saturday evening, on "Lord Kitchener's Scheme for Australia." Professor Baldwin ...

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  8. PROBLEM OF POVERTY. "THE ARGUS" ARTICLES COMMENDED.

    Preaching yesterday morning at the Cairns Memorial Presbyterian Church, Powlett-street, East Melbourne, with special reference to the problem of poverty, the ...

    Article : 266 words
  9. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS. SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted to-day at 24 11-16d. per ounce standard, a full of 1-16d. since 20th inst. LONDON, June 25. ...

    Article : 49 words
  10. IMMIGRATION.

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—At a meeting held at the Trades-hall to-night, a resolution was unanimously carried to the following effect:— ...

    Article : 127 words
  11. L.T.A.V. PENNANT COMPETITIIONS.

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  12. MINING SHARES.

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  13. GENERAL NEWS.

    An interesting performance should be given this evening, in the Princess's Theatre, by the University Dramatic Club. A social comedy, "The Silver Box," ...

    Article : 491 words
  14. LAND FOR SETTLEMENT. THOMASTOWN HOMESTEADS.

    Baillieu Patterson and Sons Pty. Ltd. will sell by auction this day, at the rooms, 375 Collinsstreet, at 2 o'clock. homesteands on the Tomastown settlement, under instructions from the Land ...

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  15. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS FROZEN MEAT.

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  16. CROWN LANDS AREAS.

    The last issue of the State Government "Gazette" contains particulars of the land in the parishes of Alberton East and west which has been made available for ...

    Article : 185 words
  17. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—An effort is to be made during this year and 1911 to raise sufficient funds for the completion of St. Mary's Cathedral. Upwards of £100,000 ...

    Article : 128 words
  18. BENDIGO AND DISTRICT.

    Two of the front rooms at the residence of Mr. Lillis, Nolan-street, were damaged by fire on Saturday morning. The house was insured for £100, but the furniture was ...

    Article : 136 words
  19. MORALS IN BUSINESS.

    Occupying the pulpit in the evening, and taking as his theme the words "A man must live," the Rev. John Gray (pastor) said that those words constituted a part of ...

    Article : 153 words
  20. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Sunday.—The price of flour has ben reduced 10/ per ton, and present quotations are £9 to £9/10/ f.o.b. southern ports. ...

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  21. GEELONG AHD DISTRICT.

    The tender of R. Watt, at £129/1/11, for fencing the Korweinguboora reservoir, has been accepted by the Geelong Water and Sewerage Trust. ...

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  22. KILMANY-PARK ESTATE.

    SALE, Sunday.—A meeting was held at the Rialto, Sale, last night, to receive Mr. W. Pearson's reply to the request that he should sell 10,000 acres or more of the ...

    Article : 318 words
  23. FACTORY GIRL'S DEATH.

    The city coroner (Dr. Cole) held an inquest at the Morgue, on Saturday, on the body of Victoria Florence Williams, a factory girl, 16½ years of age, in connection ...

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  24. EXCITING ARREST.

    Last year Thomas Morris was sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment for having stolen a quantity of goods at Brighton. His sentence expired three weeks ago, and ...

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  25. CASTLEMAINE.

    The sitting of the Court of General Sessions concluded on Saturday. Alfred Stewart was charged with stealing two bags of wheat from Woodstock station, near ...

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  26. THE RAINFALL.

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  27. WARRNAMBOOL.

    The scheme approved of by the Town Council for the municipalisation of the Mechanies' institute and Art Gallery, was submitted to a meeting of subscribers to the ...

    Article : 127 words
  28. THE LONDON WOOL MARKET.

    LONDON, May 27.—The week has turned out better than anticipated. At the beginning of the week a dull tone prevailed in all our markets. Nobody felt confident as to the future of the season's ...

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  29. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, May 27.—The butter trade remains quiet at late prices. There is very little Victorian butter here now, and what there is here is by no means good in quality. But there is a ...

    Article : 711 words
  30. TRAINING JUNIOR CADETS.

    The Minister for Defence (Senator Pearce) stated on Saturday that he had been considering methods of instituting the training of junior cadets under the new defence ...

    Article : 140 words
  31. ENLARGING SMALL HOLDINGS.

    GEELONG, Saturday.—The Closer Settement Board having announced its intention of increasing the size of the samll holding. as it was found that in many ...

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  32. PRIVATE ADVICES.

    The following private advices have been received:— By Dalgety and Co. Limited:—"Furred Skins.— Lampson quotes average opossum skins prices are ...

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  33. HAMILTON.

    A State school old boys' association, has been established for old boys who have attended any State school in the Commonwealth. The objects of the association are ...

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  34. STATE COAL MINE.

    At a meeting to be held in the Melbourne Town-hall this evening the following resolutions will be submitted:— "1. That this meeting of citizens, believing that ...

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  35. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. ENGINEER'S TERRIBLE DEATH.

    A verdict of accidental death was returned by the city coroner (Dr. cole) after investigating, at the Morgue, on Saturday, the tragie circumstances under which Ernest ...

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  36. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A rumour having been current that Sir Arthur Hardinge, British Minister to Belgium, was about to replace Sir Eldon Gorst as British Resident in Egypt, the ...

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  37. FARMERS' LEAGUE.

    COBDEN, Friday.—A branch of the Farmers' League was formed in Cobden on Friday. Mr. J. H. Vagg was clected president, Messrs. A. M'Leod and C. Ogilvic ...

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  38. HIGH COURT APPLICATIONS.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—In the High Court yesterday leave was asked to appeal in an action recently heard at Bendigo, Lees v. Howe and M'Colough. It was for alleged ...

    Article : 189 words
  39. THE TOBACCO TREE.

    DONALD, Saturday.—The plant known as the tobacco tree has been spreading rapidly in the district. and a report was sought from the Agricultural department as ...

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  40. DEATH FROM BURNS.

    TERANG, Saturday.—Mr. Richardson's eight-year-old daughter, who was badly burned on Thursday, while standing before a copper fire, died the next day. ...

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  41. MOTHER OF THREE.

    A man named John Rist was brought before Messrs. Gross and Disney, J.P.'s, at the South Melbourne Court on Saturday, and charged with having deserted his wife, ...

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  42. ACCIDENT ON FOOTBALL FIELD.

    FRANKSTON, Sunday.—During the match between Frankston and Mornington yesterday Harrap, who was playing for Mornington, fractured his leg. ...

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  43. STEADY RAIN AT BROKEN HILL.

    BROKEN HILL, Sunday.—Steady, soaking rain set in this afternoon, and it promises to continue. ...

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  44. PRIVATE ADVICES.

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  45. FOUND IN THE RIVER.

    PERTH, Sunday.—The body of Percival Renou, commission agent, aged 70 years, who disappeared three weeks ago, has been found in the Swan River. ...

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  46. THE CONSPIRACY CASE.

    WARNAMBOOL, Saturday.—The Political Labourer Council branch has unanimously agreed to a resolution approving of the action of the State Attorney-General ...

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  47. FOGS AT SEA.

    The Australasian Steamship-owners' Federation recently urged the State autorities to improve the system of log signalling at Point Lonsdale, and to make some provision ...

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  48. WITDTH OF TIRES ACT.

    COLAC, Saturday.—The first prosecution under the Width of Tires Act, so far as the forest territory is concerned took place at the police court yesterday. James Baulch was ...

    Article : 89 words
  49. RUN OVER BY TRUCK.

    MOUNT GAMBIER, Saturday.—George Dedman, a railway porter, fell off a truck on to the railway line at Wolseley yesterday. The wheel went over his leg above the ...

    Article : 72 words
  50. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  51. SECTS IN SPAIN.

    SYENDY, Sunday.—Cardinal Moran, in opening a new church at Watson's Bay to-day, commented on recent developments in Spain, and passed a culogy on that country. ...

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  52. ARRESTS OF BOYS.

    Edward Tracey and Irving Crlyle, the two boys who were arrested at Fitzroy on Thursday night, and who were to have come before the Children's Court during the ...

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  53. DROWNED IN FLOODED RIVER.

    THARGOMINDAH (Q.), Sunday.—A drowning accident is reported from Bulloo Downs Station, where Charles Foster, aged about 16, a recent arrival from Adelaide, ...

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  54. SKIM MILK TREATMENT.

    COLAC, Saturday.—An offer has been made by a London company to purchase all the skim milk from the factories, and erect a building to deal with it. At present ...

    Article : 70 words
  55. Advertising

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  56. THEFT BY TELEGRAM.

    PERTH, Sunday.—Mrs. Douglas, wife of Captain Douglas, of the coastal schooner Grace Darling, was recently victimised to the extent of £20. On March 16 Mrs. ...

    Article : 93 words
  57. BETWEEN WHARF AND SHIP.

    TOWNSVILLE, Sunday.—At the castern jetty on Saturday afternoon, Captain Chase, of the s.s. Palmer, when going on board, steped on to a ladder between the ...

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  58. HAWTHORN'S JUBILEE.

    The mayor of Hawthorn (Councillor Dureau) entertained the members of the committee, which carried out the recent jubilee and Empire Day celebrations, at a smoke night, at the town-hall, on ...

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  59. EXPERIMENTAL ORCHARD AT BLAKEVILLE.

    GORDON, Saturday.—Mr. G. F. Holden, M.L.A., has received a letter from the Minister for Agriculture, stating that he has approved of the establishment at ...

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  60. LAND AND PROPERTY SALES.

    Messrs. Hodges and Co., Chapel-street, South Yarra, report the following sales for the week:— Chomley-street, Prahran, £585; Hawthorn-villa, Hawthorn-road, Caulfield, £310 (in the estate of ...

    Article : 90 words
  61. LICENSING OF STALLIONS.

    HORSHAM, Saturday.—The question of the licensing of stallions was before the agricultural society to-day. The proposals of the Chamber of Agriculture had been discussed by the society on a ...

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  62. Advertising

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  63. RAILWAY CROSSING ACCIDENT.

    HAMILTON, Sunday.—Last night Hector M'Dougall, farmer, of Buckley Swamp, was driving out of town in a buggy drawn by a pair of horses, when an ...

    Article : 142 words
  64. WAR ON THE RABBIT.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Dr. Tidswell, director of the microbiological bureau, has, in conjunction with the advisory committee, given consideration to numerous schmes ...

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  65. QUEEN VICTORIA HOSPITAL.

    The monthly meeting of the committee of the Queen Victoria Hospital for Women and Children was held on Thursday. Mrs. A. Sutherland (vicepresident) presided. Tenders for the supply and ...

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  66. HELP FOR THE NATIVES.

    PERTH, Sunday.—Mr. S. P. Mackay, a leading north-west pastoralist, has handed to Sir Edward Wittenoom, M.L.C., a cheque for £1,000, to be expended on the ...

    Article : 81 words
  67. LOOPHOLE IN THE ACT.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The Premier (Mr. Wade) states that the allegations made last week in the Legislative Assembly that union secretaries were settling ...

    Article : 109 words
  68. Advertising

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  70. KALGOORLIE MINES.

    KALGOORLIE, Sunday.—Messrs. Bewick, Moreing, and Co. have taken over the management of the Gwalia Consolidated. ...

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  71. Advertising

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