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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 34 words
  3. ECHOES FROM LONDON.

    With nothing definitely known as to the Queen's intentions, there are naturally all sorts of absurd rumours. According to these Princesses Beatrice. Louise, and Christian are ...

    Article : 1,411 words
  4. CYCLING IN MELBOURNE.

    The autumn meeting, promoted by the League of Victorian Wheelmen, and opened on the Exhibition track a week ago, was brought to a close last night with a fifty-mile ...

    Article : 917 words
  5. THE WESTERN GOLD-FIELDS.

    The Great Boulder Perseverance output for the month, was 700 tons of stone, yielding 1,400 oz. of gold, being an average of 2 oz. to the ton. ...

    Article : 245 words
  6. THE BOOTMAKERS' STRIKE.

    On Saturday afternoon a mass meeting was held in connection with the strike of bootmakers. Prior to assembling as the Rotunda the strikers, to the number of some hundreds. ...

    Article : 947 words
  7. VICTORIA.

    As a result of the deliberations of the Board of Enquiry various changes have been made in the stores branch of the Railway Department. In future the stores branch will be under the ...

    Article : 104 words
  8. NEW NOVEL BY MARIE CORELLI.

    "Vanity of vanities," saith the preacher. "...All is vanity." "Mystery of mysteries," saith the reader; "all is mystery." as he turns the last page of "Ziska; ...

    Article : 1,086 words
  9. QUEENSLAND.

    It is understood that Lieutenant Lotzer will accompany the troops to England. Patrick McCone, aged twenty-three years, was remanded on Saturday on a charge of ...

    Article : 87 words
  10. DROUGHT-DISTRESSED FARMERS' FUND.

    The subscriptions received by the Proprietors of the Register, Observer, and Evening Journal, and handed over to the Finance Committee of the ...

    Article : 194 words
  11. MR. KIRKPATRICK, THE REGISTER, AND HOSPITAL MATTERS.

    Sir—The Hon. A. A. Kirkpatrick, when speaking at Aldinga on March 30, after abusing The Register for its general policy, attacked that paper on the Hospital question ...

    Article : 428 words
  12. FIGHTING AT BROKEN HILL.

    A serious altercation arose last night between some miners, including Stephen Cullen and Patrick Francis. These two arranged to settle a difference this morning, and accordingly a ...

    Article : 152 words
  13. THE RIVER DISTRICT.

    Notwithstanding the dry season it has been decided to hold the annual Show in May next. In view of the drought all classes in the sheep section, with the exception of fat sheep, will ...

    Article : 220 words
  14. THE GUNNEDAH LAND CASES.

    The Gannedah Land Board last night delivered its decision in regard to the investigation held by it as to whether a false declaration had been made in connection with the ...

    Article : 127 words
  15. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The weather continues very warm and dry. A downpour would be of great benefit. Ploughing is in full swing, and about 450 acres will be under crop this season. We are ...

    Article : 108 words
  16. BROKEN HILL.

    Mr. John Reid, electrician at the Central Mine, died in the hospital on Friday night from pneumonia. He took a serious turn on Thursday, the disease being very rapid in its ...

    Article : 167 words
  17. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN REVENUE.

    The revenue for the March, quarter was £771,571, against £494,644 for the same period last year. Customs increased 34 per cent., land the same, mining 108 per cent. postages ...

    Article : 81 words
  18. LUCINDALE, APRIL 1.

    Politics are arousing a great deal of interest, and regret is expressed that two candidates, Messrs. Riddoch and Parsons, who have practically the same views, should contest the ...

    Article : 360 words
  19. ACCIDENT AT THE MOUNT CHARLOTTE MINE.

    Sir—The telegrams appearing in The Register from your Kalgoorlie correspondent notifying the sad accident at this mine have been fully confirmed by the Manager. He ...

    Article : 149 words
  20. THE DROUGHT IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Government Astronomer to-night, speaking in regard to the drought, states that the reports sent in to him from the Bathurst district show that the disastrous ...

    Article : 100 words
  21. RESIDENCE AREAS ON THE WESTERN GOLDFIELDS.

    A large meeting was held on Friday night to consider the residence area question. The Mayor presided. Resolutions were carried that the Government be asked to fix the upset ...

    Article : 419 words
  22. THE CONDITION OF THE NEW HEBRIDES.

    The latest news from the New Hebrides is to the effect that the drought in certain parts of the group is causing a great deal of sickness and loss of crops. The heat is described ...

    Article : 99 words
  23. UNIVERSITY MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS.

    Sir—Noting the good effects of the correspondence you were kind enough to allow in your columns last year on the above subject, I trust you will again lend the profession your aid to ...

    Article : 833 words
  24. BOOTMAKERS' STRIKE.

    Sir—Many of the Bootmakers' Union are of opinion that I have not replied to the questions put to me by their delegates. Kindly publish the following letter, which I sent to ...

    Article : 339 words
  25. IMPORTED FLOUR.

    The Miowera, which arrived from Vancouver last night, brought 22,000 bags of flour as a portion of her cargo. ...

    Article : 24 words
  26. HAMLEY BRIDGE, APRIL 2.

    The weather is very provoking to the farmers, for there are constantly indications of rain, and at times a few drops have fallen, with every prospect of a good downpour, but ...

    Article : 131 words
  27. LATEST SPORTING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 322 words
  28. THE BANK OF VICTORIA.

    The Bank of Victoria, Limited, announces that on July 12 one-fifth of the amount of all deferred receipts maturing on June 12, 1898, 1899, 1900, and 1905 respectively will be paid ...

    Article : 49 words
  29. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL SUNDAY.

    The Secretary of the Adelaide Children's Hospital line received the following, additional amounts from Sunday—chools to April 3:— Anglican.—St. Peter's Glenalg, £2 10s.; St. ...

    Article : 179 words
  30. THE SUNDAY TRAIN SERVICE.

    It has been definitely arranged that the additional intercolonial trains under the now time-tables will be run from May 1. ...

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  31. PORT AUGUSTA, APRIL 2.

    The Starr-Bowkett Society held an appropriation this evening, Mr. Franks, of Quorn, securing £300 free of interest for ten years. The weather is sultry. Rain is badly ...

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  32. SUICIDE OF A DROVER.

    The body of Thomas Ward, a Queensland drover, has been found under the willows at the Cataract Gorge, Launceston. He had tied his legs and wrists with rope and thrown ...

    Article : 52 words
  33. FEDERATION AND APPEALS TO THE QUEEN.

    Sir—A very large section of the public will resent the proposal of the Judiciary Committee to abolish the right of British-Australian projects to appeal to ...

    Article : 325 words
  34. HOLDER, MARCH 25.

    The third anniversary of the Association was celebrated on March 13. A cricket match was played between teams picked from Ramco and Holder settlers, under the ...

    Article : 105 words
  35. THE MOUNT CHARLOTTE DISASTER.

    James McGrachy, the fifth victim of the Mount Charlotte disaster, died on Saturday, and his remains were buried to-day. McAdam is better and Gibb is recovering, and it is ...

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  36. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—Will you allow me space to reply to "J. Flynn" and "C. Brann" Mr. Flynn says I stated that 40 per cent. of day-workers would be all that would be required. I ...

    Article : 526 words
  37. THE DEMOCRATIC CLUB.

    Councillor J. Z. Sellar lectured to a large audience on Sunday, his subject being "The import and Inception of Democracy." The Lecturer explained various forms of ...

    Article : 245 words
  38. ARTHURTON, APRIL 1.

    Feed is scarce and the stock is in a low condition. Water-carting is now a matter of necessity, and every wagon in the district is loaded with tanks. Some of the farmers find ...

    Article : 58 words
  39. STRUCK DEAD BY LIGHTNING.

    A terrible fatality occurred to-day. Two young men named Edward Donnelly and George Marks were walking home along Bentwick-street, and as they were approaching ...

    Article : 181 words
  40. HAWKER, MARCH 31.

    The members of the Northern Land Board, Messrs. T. D. Porter (Chairman), J. Edgeloe, and G. Fuller, sat at the Foresters' Hall. Hawker, yesterday, and took evidence ...

    Article : 102 words
  41. CRICKET.

    As a result of the pennant cricket matches played yesterday. Melbourne, North Melbourne, and Carlton have an equal prospect of securing the pennant. ...

    Article : 31 words
  42. WORK AND WAGES.

    Mr. Henry Taylor addressed a large audience at the Botanic Park on Sunday on the subject "Work and Wages." and a collection was taken up to aid the Strike Fund of ...

    Article : 333 words
  43. AN UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE.

    A party, consisting of Miss Hilda Ecelas, Miss Nomens, and Mr. Butler, had an unpleasant experience at the Royal Mint Mine. Castlemaine, yesterday. They entered a cage ...

    Article : 75 words
  44. UTILIZING THE CONVENTION DELEGATES.

    Sir—I would suggest that the Town Hall be offered to some of the principal guests at the Convention for the purpose of a public address leaving them to choose their own subject Mr. ...

    Article : 80 words
  45. AN APPEAL FOR MR. HALDANE.

    Sir—I take the liberty of appealing through you for assistance on behalf of Mr. T. R. Haldane, who is well known to many of your readers and others. Mr. Haldane's benevelent ...

    Article : 183 words
  46. THE BROUGHS' FAREWELL TO MELBOURNE.

    The Brough Company took their farewell of Melbourne playgoers at the Bijou Theatre last night, when they appeared in "Dandy Dick." The theatre was not nearly large ...

    Article : 138 words
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  48. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.

    The ROME left Albany at 3 o'clock on Friday afternoon, and is expected to arrive at Large Bay at 4 o' clock on Monday afternoon. The CHINA arrived at Plymouth on the ...

    Article : 45 words
  49. CONDITION OF THE COMMON AGE COUNTRY.

    Sir—The enclosed extract was received by me to-day, and I think it only fair you should know what the Manager of Mount Lyndhurst has to say about the condition of the country. ...

    Article : 139 words
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  51. ACCOUNTANCY.

    Sir— It your correspondent Brown's Law Dictionary will call at the office of the Federal Institute of Accountants I shall be happy to show him a copy of the examination ...

    Article : 87 words
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