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  2. CLOSER SETTLEMENT.

    LEONGATHA. Thursday.—Members of the Closer Settlement Commissing, comprising Messrs. J. G. Johnston[?] (chairman), F. Clark, and R. B. ...

    Article : 515 words
  3. ST. JOHN ABULANCE.

    The Governor (Sir Arthur Stanley) and Lady Stanley visited the headquarters of the St. John Ambulance Association ni Swanston street yesterday afternoon. Lady ...

    Article : 422 words
  4. INDUSTRIAL NEWS.

    A demand has been made on the Conmonwealth Steamship-owners Association for the payment of 1,9 an hour to members of the Fodder and Fuel Trade ...

    Article : 1,105 words
  5. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    The President (Senator Givens) look the chair in the Senate at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, and read the prayer. Senator McGregor (S.A.) gave notice of ...

    Article : 4,177 words
  6. THE RAILWAYS.

    It is possible that the line from Coburg to Somerton may be reopened. Last year the Premier (Mr. Watt) introduced to the then Minister for Railways (Mr. A. A. ...

    Article : 1,627 words
  7. AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.—The delegates attending the conference of Ministers for Agriculture sat yesterday evening, when it was resolved that the representatives of ...

    Article : 450 words
  8. INTERSTATE COMMISSION.

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — Further evidence concerning the duties on leather was heard by the Interstate Commission to-day. Thomas Reilly, acting secretary of the ...

    Article : 713 words
  9. LICENSING REFORM.

    Sir.—It is very evident that some of the writers on the "no license" side have not studied the question, while Mr. Barrett appears to have got somewhat out of his ...

    Article : 1,548 words
  10. PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY.

    The sittings of the State Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria were brought to a conclusion in the West Melbourne Presbyterian Church yesterday, ...

    Article : 958 words
  11. LAND FOR RAILWAYS.

    KORUMBURRA, Thursday. Messrs. Downward and Mackey. M.L. I were entertained at a banquet, arranged by the Strezlecki branch of the Railway League. ...

    Article : 932 words
  12. BELIEF IN MIRACLES.

    In reply to Dr. Headlin's recent Moor house lectures, the Rev. Wyntham Healthcote gave a lecture at the Athenæum Hall last evening on the subject of "Miracles." ...

    Article : 374 words
  13. CHARGES AGAINST POLICE.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday. — Charges of alleged misconduct on the part of two members of the police force have been investigated by the commissioner of police. In ...

    Article : 164 words
  14. WOMEN AND VOTING.

    Sir, "Woman of Australia" is "both mislkending and notoriously incorrect" in denying the truth of the statement in our resolution at Miss Pank[?]'s meeting on ...

    Article : 408 words
  15. YOUNG MEN AS "BOTTLE O'S."

    Sometimes at the Prahran Court [?] man, seemingly strong and in the best of health, males [?] to the Bench [?] a license to [?] him to collect bott[?] ...

    Article : 160 words
  16. FOX IN SHOW WINDOW.

    WONTHAGGI, Thursday. A large plateglass window in Ludbrook's drapery store was s[?]shed in a remarkable manner today. In the window in an iron [?] was ...

    Article : 132 words
  17. LIGHTERMAN MISSING.

    The disappearance since Friday last of a coal lighterman named Henry Jenkins from the lighter Victoria, which is mooned in the Yarra at Footscry, is giving risr to much ...

    Article : 219 words
  18. STRIKE AT COLLIERY.

    [?] [?] [?] [?] ...

    Article : 84 words
  19. HOSPITAL SUPPLIES.

    Sir,—Messrs. R. G. Wilson and Co. invent a sentence never written by [?] place it within quotation marks, and then ask us to withdraw it. The context of our original ...

    Article : 132 words
  20. SEXUAL CRIMES.

    The following resolution was passed at a meeting of women held yesterday at Surrey Hills, under the a[?]pices of the Women's Chr[?] Temperance Union, and presided ...

    Article : 102 words
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