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  2. PEOPLING THE LAND.

    ROCHESTER, Thursday.—Lately a board of inquiry, consisting of Messrs. M'[?]ver, Roy, and O'Keefe, visited all the district settlements, and investigated the ...

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  3. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    The Speaker (Mr. M. Donald) took the chair at half-past 2 o'clock yesterday, and read the prayer. Mr. Fisher gave notice that on Tuesday ...

    Article : 5,008 words
  4. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    The Speaker (Sir Frank Madden) took the chair in the Legislative Assembly yesterday morning, at 11 o'clock. Mr. Membrey, by leave, moved that a ...

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  5. THE CHIDLEY CASE.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—A large deputation of citizens, appointed as the result of a public meeting waited on the Premier (Mr. M'Gowen) this morning, with regard ...

    Article : 275 words
  6. THE RAILWAYS.

    A return has been prepared by Mr. M. E. Kernot, chief engineer for railway construction, showing that out of a total of 160 officers engaged by that branch 149 are ...

    Article : 2,033 words
  7. POLICE NEWS.

    After a chase at Port Melbourne West on Wednesday evening, Manford Rams[?]idt, aged 25 years, a Swede, was captured, and charged with having attempted to commit ...

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  8. ELECTORAL REGISTRARS.

    A meeting of the Commonwealth electoral registrars of Melbourne and suburbs was held at the Temperance-hall on Wednesday evening. The following resolution ...

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  9. MR. ALEXANDER WATSON.

    An enjoyable "at home" was given yesterday afternoon, at the Austral Salon, by members of the Melbourne Shakespeare Society, in honour of Mr. Alexander ...

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  10. RECREATION RESERVE FOR COBURG.

    Mr. F. E. Webb reports that, in conjunction with Messrs. R[?]ert Nicolson and Co, he has completed negatiations with the town council of Coburg for the sale to it of ...

    Article : 155 words
  11. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    ENGLISH, PART [?]., 1912 (HONOURS). Students are [?] that Browning's "The [?]ing and the [?]ook" will not be studied to [?], and a knowledge of it will not be necessary for the ...

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