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  2. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  3. WEATHER CHART. AUSTRALIAN CONDITIONS.

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  4. BRISBANE SHOW.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—The Coronation show of the National Agricultural and Industrial Association of Queensland was continued to-day at the grounds, Bowen-park. ...

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  5. COAL VEND CASES.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Before Mr. Justice Isaacs, in the High Court to-day, the hearing was resumed of the coal vend case. Mr. Mitchell, K.C., representing the ...

    Article : 350 words
  6. LABOUE NEWS. THEATRICAL UNIONISM.

    While preparations were being made for the performante of "The Silver King" at the Princess's Theatre on Monday evening a dispute arose out of the engagement of ...

    Article : 162 words
  7. WHEAT STANDARD.

    The subjoined statement, drawn up at a meeting held yesterday of certain wheat merchants, with Mr. W. C. Thomas as chairman, with reference to the f.a.q. standard, ...

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  8. MEAT INDUSTRY.

    HOBART, Tuesday.—At a mass meeting of butchers to-night, which was addressed by Mr. C. H. Andersen, the general secretary of the Federated Butchers' Union, it ...

    Article : 105 words
  9. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. BODY NOT RECOVERED.

    HORSHAM, Tuesday.—The body of the boy John Thomas Bush, who was drowned in the Wimme[?] River at Polkemmet, has not yet been recovered. ...

    Article : 34 words
  10. DIAMONDS IN A TUB.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—A report from Copeton, where a syndicate is working for diamonds, states that last week further rich developments took place. At the deep ...

    Article : 82 words
  11. MINING ENGINEDRIVERS.

    The Minister for Labour (Mr. Watt) has received from the chairman (Mr. [?]arris, P.M.) a copy of the determination which has been arrived at by the new wages ...

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  12. GIRL'S DEATH FROM BURNS.

    ALBURY, Tuesday.—Maggie Devine, aged 11 Years, one of the victims of the burning accident at Bowna yestetday, died in the Albury Hospital this afternoon, as ...

    Article : 48 words
  13. PERILOUS RIDE ON BUGGY POLE.

    MINYIP, tuesday.—An accident, resulting in a broken ankle, happened to Mr. Charles Cass, of Boolite, owing to a pair of buggy horses bolting. Mr. Cass had ...

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  14. CROPS, STOCK, AND WATER.

    The following summary of the condition of crops, grass, stock, and water supply in Victoria at the end of July has been obtained from the reports of the ...

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  15. GENERAL NEWS.

    The feature of yesterday's sheep market was an exceptionally fine line of 150 prime heavy crossbred wethers, sold on account of Mr. John G. Robertson, Mount Mitchell, ...

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  16. POLITICAL ORGANISATION. GIPPSLAND EAST.

    OMEO, Monday.—Owing to the withdrawal odf Mr. A. Nightingale, the selected Labour candidate for Gippsland East, fresh nominations were called for, returnable on ...

    Article : 82 words
  17. TIMBER FALLS ON MINER.

    BUNINYONG, Tuesday.—A 9ft. cappiece fell on Stanley Trezisr at the New Imperial mine this morning, pinning him to the bottom of the drive and lacerating the back ...

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  18. ENTERTAINMENTS.

    The principals of the new Clarke and Meynell Opera Company, which is to open here on August 26 in "The Chocolate Soldier," will arrive in Melbourne on Monday morning. The advance booking ...

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  19. SHIRE CLERK'S DEATH.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—Mr. J. Dunn, clerk of the Stephenshire Shire Council, who was seriously injured through an explosion of gunpowder on August 1, died at ...

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  20. LABOURERS' STRIKE.

    As the members of the United Labourers' Union, who are on strike, refused the offer of Messrs. Younger and Howitt, contractors for the contruction of the Dandenong ...

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  21. KILLED UNDER PLOUGH.

    TEMORA, Tuesday.—William Charles Baker, aged 16 years, was driving a plough on his father's farm, when part of the implement broke. He fell underneath, and ...

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  22. WESTERN STATE CAMPAIGN.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—In opening the State tion campaign last night, Mr. Scaddan, leader of the Opposition, advocated the nonalienation of Crown lands, and the removal ...

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  23. FALL FROM CART.

    BALLARAT, Tuesday.—John Towasend, a child, aged 5 years, fell off a bakers cart on which he was being taken for a drive to-day and suatained concussion of the ...

    Article : 34 words
  24. OFFICIAL FORECAST.

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  25. BOARD OF WORKS WAGES.

    Increased rates of pay for employees connected with certain departments of the Metropolitan Board of Works, which were detailed in "The Argus" on Saturday, were ...

    Article : 141 words
  26. SUBURBAN TRAMWAYS.

    The difficulty between the Coburg Council and the proprietor of the Coburg horse tramway (Mr. A. Pears), against whom the council sought an injunction to prevent him ...

    Article : 147 words
  27. LIBERAL PARTY.

    The Albert-[?]Clifton Hill, was full on Monday evening, when the Delbridge branch of the Commonwealth Liberal Party gave a most enjoyable musical social. Mrs. Alfred Deakin, Messrs. ...

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  28. COUNTRY ABATTOIRS.

    BUNGAREE, Tuesday.—The question of the erection of municipal abattoirs in Bungaree was responsible for a lively discussion at the meeting of the Bungaree Shire ...

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  29. COUNTRY PRINTERS.

    At the monthly meeting of the board of management of the Melbourne Typographical Society, held on Saturday evening, the following resolution was ...

    Article : 129 words
  30. DANDENONG-ROAD TRAM STRIKE.

    Sir,—With reference to the statements made regarding labourers' wages, I beg to point out that the regular rate paid by builders and contractors for ordinary navvy ...

    Article : 68 words
  31. FETTLERS KILLED. WAITING ON WRONG LINE.

    GOSFORD (N.S.W.), Tuesday.—A fettler named James Davison, aged 45 years, was killed on the railway line at Ourambah station last night. He was placing fog signals ...

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  32. DREDGE-MAKING IN VICTORIA.

    The following motion, notice of which had been previously given, was submitted by cannellor T. Smith at the meeting of the post Melbourne Town Councll on Tuesday night. ...

    Article : 165 words
  33. COACHMAKERS' UNION.

    Application was made to the Industrial Registrar yesterday by Mr. Charles Pescia (president) and Mr. Cranston Cooper (secretary) for the registration under the ...

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  34. LIVERY STABLE WORKERS.

    There was a good attendence of grooms, stablemen, and drivers at a meeting of the livery branch of the Cab Owners' and Drivers' Union, held at the ...

    Article : 154 words
  35. RUN OVER BY TROLLIES.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—As two gangs of fet[?] were proceeding along the railway line near Kowta siding on Saturday, Francis Lvnch, aged 55 years, who was on the ...

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  36. MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS. SUBURBAN.

    COBTRG (Brough).—These Seats.—J. J. Anderson. [?] right. A. G. Camp[?] A. Davis. ESSENISON (City).—M[?] fonds Ward—J. F. Henderson (supposed). [?]Ward—T. [?] ...

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  37. COURSING.

    CHAMPEROWN.—The August meeting of the Murtlake and Camperdown Coursing Club will be held on Mr. J. L., Currie's Laira Estate, commencing on Thursday. Two stakes are to be run. ...

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  38. WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE.

    WODONGA, Tuesday.—Mrs. J. G. Shickis and Miss R. Maddock have been re-elected respectively president and vice-president of the Wodonga branch of the Women's National League. Mr. A. J. ...

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  39. CONTROL OF MOTOR TRAFFIC. ENDORSEMENT OF LICENSES.

    At St. Kilda yesterday, before the mayor (Councillor Hughes) and S[?]wick, J.P.'s, M[?]rice Smith, an employee of the Tarrant Motor Company, was charged with having driven a ...

    Article : 209 words
  40. DAY LABOURERS' WAGES.

    An application by 20 day labourers for an increase of 1/ per day on account of the high cost of living was received by the Moorabbin Council on Monday last. ...

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  41. COUNTRY.

    BALLAN (S[?]).—Centrial Riding—A. Stewart (unopposed). E[?] Riding—A. M'L[?] Hamilton (unopposed). South Riding—[?]gh Cameron (unopposed). West Riding—J. M'G. Barclay, ...

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  42. PEOPLE'S PARTY.

    YARRAWONGA, Tuesday.—The proposal to ama[?]mate with the Commonwealth Liberal League was considered at the meeting of the People's Party Mr. P. Keenan said that he ...

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  43. LACK OF WORKERS.

    BUNGAREE, Tuesday.—Owing to the seareity of stone breakers the Bangaree Shire Council, at its meeting to-day, resolved to purchase a stone-crusher. The ...

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  44. RACING IN NEW ZEALAND.

    CHRISTCHURCH, Tuesday.—The principal events at the Christchurch races to-day resulted as follows:— Grand National Steeplcehase, of 1,000 sovs. Three ...

    Article : 127 words
  45. HAT-PINS.

    Sir,—When standing at the Spencer-street station on Wednesday, a lady turned her head round suddenly, and her hatpin entered my cyclid. I said, "You should have ...

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  46. EARLY-MORNING ARREST.

    Ernest Donnison, 26 years of age, who described himself as a labourer, was arrested at 6 o'clock yesterday morning by Detective Hawkins and charged with having broken ...

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  47. DRIVING ON FOOTPATHS.

    At the meeting of the Port Melbourne Town Council on Tuesday night, a com[?]nication was received from Mr. Sangaster, M.L.A., stating that he had interviewde the chief commissioner of police, ...

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  48. THE W. H. JUDKINS APPEAL.

    Sir,—As intimated a few days ago, a committee of representative citizens decided to launch an appeal to the friends and sympathisers of Mr. W. H. Judkins, as an ...

    Article : 303 words
  49. ROWING.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—At the meeting of the New South Wales Rowing Association this evening the selection of an eight-oar crew for the Olympic Games in 1912 received favourable ...

    Article : 95 words
  50. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  51. BOXING.

    MIRBOO NORTH, Tuesday.—The following are the results of the preliminary rounds of the boxing competitions:—J. Kenny beat J. O'Donnell, M. O'Brien beat H. Ebenberg, C. Johnson and C. ...

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  52. MINING DISPUTE.

    PERTH, Tuesday.—Trouble has arisen at the Scottish Colliery, Collie Burn. Last week a man working in the pit was found by the manager to have lighted a 9in, fuse ...

    Article : 108 words
  53. Advertising

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  54. CHRISTCHURCH NORTH SEAT.

    CHRISTCHURCH (N.Z.), Tuesday.— The candidates for the Christchurch North seat in the House of Representatives, in succession to the late Mr. T. E. Taylor, are ...

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  55. Advertising

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  56. CHURCH UNION.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The question of church federation was further considered in committee to-night by the Sydney Presbytery, mainly on the following motion by ...

    Article : 181 words
  57. FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.

    KOROIT, Tuesday.—At 7 o'clcok this morning the stables [?]pied by Messrs. Murch and Taylor, auctioneers, were found to be on fire, The damage is estimated at £10. The building in insured in ...

    Article : 134 words
  58. WAGES CLAIM DISALLOWES.

    ALBURY, Tuesday.—An interesting point in industrial law cropped up in a wages case at the police court to-day Edwarth Troth, a French polisher, ...

    Article : 259 words
  59. LAND AND PROPERTY SALES.

    BEAUFORT, Tuesday.—Mr. J. M'Ilenald, commission agent, of Middle Creek, has disposed of [?] [?] of land at [?] on account of Mr. Hugh Garden, to Mr. J. J. J[?] of Middle Creek, ...

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  60. Advertising

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  61. Advertising

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  62. Advertising

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