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  2. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  3. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. DEATH FROM BURNS.

    Mrs. Agnes Matthews, who was brought in to the Melbourne Hospital from Bundoora suffering from burns received at her home, died yesterday in the institution. The ...

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  4. TOORAK O[?] THE CROWD.

    "Don't let your words [?] about without proper regard for the[?] was the advice that the Minister of Health (Mr. Baillien) gave Mr. Hannah, M.L.A., yesterday. "H. ...

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  5. THE WEATHER. OFFICIAL REPORT.

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  6. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FILLING VACANCIES.

    General and sincere regret was expressed in political circlos yesterday at the announcement of the retirement of Sir Henry Wrixon, the President of the Legislative ...

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  7. FIFTY-FIVE FARMERS.

    A preliminary skirmish in the actions which 55 north-eastern farmers an bringing against the Railways Commissioners for damage to their holdings caused by a fire ...

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  8. NU[?]AMAZING STORY.

    SHEPPARD[?]Wednesday.—At the General Session to-day, before Judge Eagleson and a jury of 12, a young woman, named Helena Frances Ballie, a nurse, was ...

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  9. CONSPIRACY CASE. THE PERJURY CHARGES.

    At the City Court yesterday, before Mr. Creswell, P.M. (in the chair), and Mr. c. Goldspink, J.P., Frederick W. Ballingall, James 11. Bredin, Edward E. Batchelor, ...

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  10. [?]HTING IN MOROCCO.

    In order to prevent the leaders of the Shuwia tube, in Morocco, from going to Fez to stir up anti-European feeling, the French forces made a raid on the ...

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  11. BABY SWALLOWS TABLOIDE.

    The death of Ruby Florence Mulcahy, 14 months old, has been reported to the coroner. The child was found yesterday in the yard of her parents' home, Punt-road, ...

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  12. "GRAFT" IN CANADA.

    A startling development has occurred in connection with the exposure of "graft" scandals at the Government Printing-office at Ottawa, Mr. Gouldtherite, ...

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  13. DROWNED IN WATER-HOLE.

    HUGHENDEN, Wednesday.—On Saturday information reached here that a swagman was missing from Marathon. A constable. with trackers. was despatehed, and ...

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  14. VICTIM TO DRINK.

    OMEO. Wednesday.—A magisterial inquiry tourching the death of Frederick Mastin, a well-known Omeo dentist, was held by Mr. D. Eakins, J. P., and as the result ...

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  15. MISSING STEAMER.

    The British cruisers Fox and Proserpine and the troopship Dalhousic are engaged in a sparch for the missing Austrian Lloyd's steamer Trieste, which is overdue at ...

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  16. PRIVATE ADVICES.

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  17. SOUTH-WESTERN PROVINCE.

    It is understood that Mr A. A. Austin, of "Larundel," Elaine, will be a candidate for the vecancy in the representation of the South-Western province in the Legislative ...

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  18. TWO GIRLS DROWNED.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.—At about 5 o'clock this afternoon, at teh junciton of Nashe's Gully and the Mary River, Gympic, a girl named Weir, aged 11 years. ...

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  19. WIRELESS TELEPHONY.

    Experiments with wireless telephony through the earth have been successfully carried out in England. Messages were transmitted between the Chislehurst caves, ...

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  20. POTATO-GROWING. CONFERENCE, IN SYDNEY.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The annual conference of the New South Wales Potatogrowers' Association to-day discussed the prevention of Irish blight, and passed the ...

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  21. INDUSTRIAL PROSECUTIONS.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The working of the Industrial Dispntes Act was discussed in the Legislative Assembly to night. ...

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  22. EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT.

    WODONGA, Wednesday.—Mr. A. A. Billson, Minister of Education, accompanied by Mr. Tate, director of Education, and Mr. Craven, M.L.A., visited Wodonga ...

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  23. TRADES UNION RESOLUTION.

    A resolution was adopted at the Grocers' Employees' Union on Wednesday evening, expressing appreciation of the stand taken by the Attorney-General (Mr. Drysdale ...

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  24. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The clearances of tobacco in the United Kingdom for home constirnption during the year ending April 30 show a decrease of 9,124,6191lb. ...

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  25. COUNTESS AND HER MONEY.

    PERTH, Wednesday.—A young married couple, Abe and Nellie Benson, were charged at the City Court with having stolen £100 from the Countess Cietinker ...

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  26. TRAMWAY CONTROL.

    In reporting to the Hawthorn Council last night as to the result of the recent Tramways' Conference, the mayor (Councillor D. H. Durdin) stated that there was ...

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  27. THE RAILWAYS. CENTRAL STATION SHOPS.

    The vacant shops in the central station buildings are gradually finding tenants and a good business locality is being established of this side of Flinders-street. Some ...

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  28. PLANTING PRECAUTIONS.

    WARRNAMBOOL, Tuesday.—In view of the existence of Irish blight in the State, farmers are being urged to avoid taking any risks in respect to next season's potato ...

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  29. RTVDR GAUGINGS.

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  30. THE RAINFALL.

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  31. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—I observe in "The Argus" to-day that a correspondent refers to the Agrieultural department as contemplating the alteration of the radius where potatoes may ...

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  32. GEMBROOK ENGINE FAILURE.

    Residents on the Gembrook line beyond Ferntree Gully, state that the failure of the narrow-gauge engine early on Monday morning put intending passengers from ...

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  33. FIREMAN'S ESCAPE.

    CRESWICK, Wednesday.—Early this morning a fire broke out on premises owned and occupied by Mr. Thomas Fish, wood merchant. Mr. Fish was away from home, ...

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  34. [?]CIAL TELEGRAMS. BANK SHARES, &c.

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  35. FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    "It is a lovely site," said the Minister for nome Affairs (Mr. O'Malley) yesterday referring to the Federal capital site at Yass-Canberra. "I used to abuse it, but I have ...

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  36. CORDITE FACTORY SITE.

    At a late sitting of the Court yesterday afternoon, Mr. Justice Cussen disposed of the claim made by Mr. Edward Miller, M.L.C., on the Commonwealth Government ...

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  37. DIGNITY OF PARLIAMENT.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The Chairman of Committees in the Legislative Asserably (Mr. J. J. Cohen) had his first collision with members of the Opposition to-night, ...

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  38. GISBORNE CROSSING.

    In a letter to "The Argus" it is staled by "Stopped in Time" that the Castlemaine railway crossing is easily surpassed by the Gisborne crossing in regard to the danger ...

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  39. [?]EAP TO DEATH.

    TC[?]firre brigade rcceived a call last night to ti[?]fire in Eagle-lane. As they turned and the flames were showing strongly. Up arrival they found that a three-story ...

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  40. FIRE EXTINCTION.

    At the adjourned meeting of the Brunswick Council on Tuesday evening, the mayor presiding, a communication was received from the secretary to the conference ...

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  41. LOST DOGS' HOME.

    The committee of the Australian Ladies' Kennel Club have decided to hold the annual show on August 19 and 20 at Wirth's Amphitheatre, the proceeds to go towards ...

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  42. SHIPWRECKED CHINESE.

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—The greater portion of the Chinese crow of the steamer Kilburn, wrecked at Fiji, were brought on to Sydney by the Union Company's steamer ...

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  43. MINING SHARES.

    The lowest and highest prices on the Stock Exchange yesterday for British Broken Hill shares were 20/ and 21/3. ...

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  44. SILVER.

    To-day's quotation for bar silver was 24?d. per ounco standard, a fall of 1-l6d. since yesterday. ...

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  45. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—It may be remcmbered that some time ago a few dog lovers, whose good will was greater than their maans, established at St. Kilda a small Lost Dogs' Shelter, ...

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  46. EVERY CHILD HIS TRADE.

    PERTH, Wednesday.—During the hearing of the painters' dispute in the Arbitration Court to-day, the president, Mr. Justice Burnside, said that he would apprentice ...

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  47. SETTLERS FOR VICTORIA.

    Hundreds of inquiries regarding land settlement in Victoria continue to reach Mr. H. O. Allan, the head of the new State Intelligence Bureau, every week. They ...

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  48. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Wheat.—The cargo of 9,243 quarters Western Australian wheat per Isabel Browne, from Fremantle March 25, which was sold testerday at 33/, has been rusold ...

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  49. OVERDUE VESSELS ARRIVE.

    PERTH, Wednesday.—The steamer Kooringa and tug Uraidla, which were overdue from Albany, arrived at Fremantle this evening. ...

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  50. ALFRED HOSPITAL.

    The new and old town-halls at Prahran were arowded to overflowing last evening, when benefit concerts were given on behalf of the funds of the Alfred Hospital. ...

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  51. BARRACOUTA FRIGHTENED AWAY.

    QUEENSCLIFF, Wednesday.—On Monday and Tuesday over 400 scoops of barracouta were on each day forwarded by steamer to the metropolitan market. To-day not enough ...

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  52. LIEE SENTENCE FOR ARSON.

    LAUNCESTON, Wednesday.—In the Criminal Court today, Isabella Bowie, aged 54, was found guilty of having bet fire to the house of Walter Smith at Beaconsfild, ...

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  53. MUNICIPAL UNION.

    Councillors Baragwanath and Strangward, who, in conjunction with Alderman Brennan and Councillor Cabena, of the Melbourne City Council, were appointed to ...

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  54. RBAN TRAINS. ORN COMPLAINT.

    tween Melbourne a complaint recently made Cowper and Son are. chope therein. She [?] the overerowding of Sydney via Launcestoncond-class ...

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  55. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—I am very glad indeed to read the three letters in "The Argus" to-day, following that previously appearing signed "Ellen A. Chads." To this lady, for calling ...

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  56. TRANS-CONTINENTAL LINE.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.—The Premier (Mr. Verran) has dispatched the following reply to the telegram sent to him by Mr. Wilson, acting Premier of Western ...

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  57. FLYING-MACHINE TRIALS.

    Entries received by the Defence department for the competition of flying machines, for which trials are to be held early naxt month, number about twenty. These will ...

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  58. SIZE OF CORNSACKS.

    Yesterday Mr. Massey Greene, M.H.R., who succeeded Sir Thomas Ewing as representative for the Federal constituency of Richmond, waited on the Minister for ...

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  59. COBURG HORSE TRAMS.

    At the meeting of the Coburg Council on Wednesday evening, the mayor presiding, a communication was received from Mr. A. Peers, who recently purchased the Coburg ...

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  60. NEW LINER LEVUKA Camber

    A feature of the new A.U.S.N. Co [?] been is the completeness of her insulate [?] that carrings of perishable good Be[?]aned ion on the ship's side a[?] ...

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  61. MR. MURRAY AND CAPITAL.

    Sir,—In the report of a speech made at the Trades-hall, the Premier of Victoria is credited with having made the following statement:—"That if all the capital ...

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  63. LATE SHIPPING NEWS.

    Empire, s.s., 3,400 tons, P. T. Helms, for Hong Kong and ports. Harvey, Dann, and Co., agents, KXPORTS.—June 29. Empire, for Hong Kong and ports.—210 tons ...

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  64. Advertising

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  65. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Margaret Culliner, of Simpson-street, East Melbourne, boarding-house-keeper. Causes of insolvency—Making of bad debts, sickness of self, and depression in business. ...

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