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  3. NORTH-SOUTH RAILWAY.

    Lawson sings of— The Young white wife in the hut alone, The men on the boundless run; The miseries suffered, unvoiced, unknown; ...

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  4. MELBOURNE CORN EXCHANGE.

    Mr. J. F. Goulding presided at the fourth annual meeting of the Melbourne Corn Exchange, at Sargent's Cafe, Elizabeth street, last night. ...

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  6. DUTY ON CALICO.

    A deputation, consisting of representatives of the Victorian Milloiwners' Association, waited on Major Oakley, acting deputy comptroller-general of Customs, on ...

    Article : 367 words
  7. STORY OF ROBBERY.

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—On August 26 Reginald Alexander Clarke, a young man employed by Messrs. Noyes Bros., reported to the police that on his way back to the ...

    Article : 221 words
  8. RAILWAY PLATFORM ACCIDENT.

    Argument was heard yesterday by the Full Court— Mr. Justice Cussen, Mr. Justice Schutt, and Mr. Justice McArthur—on an appeal from a judgment which was given by Judge Woinarski in the ...

    Article : 296 words
  9. SUBURBAN COUNCILS.

    The Port Melbourne Council on Tuesday night discussed the proposed alterations and additious to the Port Melbourne Soldiers' Memorial Hall. The alterations are being carried out, and complaints ...

    Article : 359 words
  10. ORDERED TO KEEP THE PEACE.

    A sequel to a recent case in the Supreme Courts and also to one in the South Melbourne Court occurred in the South Melbourne Court on Tuesday, when Robert Barlow, aged 33 years, lift-attendant, ...

    Article : 139 words
  11. WOMAN WITH TWO HUSBANDS.

    At the South Melbourne Court on Tuesday [?]illian Palmer, married woman, of 174 George street, Fitzroy, was charged with having married William Palmer when she was already married to ...

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  12. MAN BLOWN TO PIECES.

    CASTLEMAINE, Tuesday.—Human fragments were found in a shaft at Chewton on Sunday, and the indications were that a man had been blown to pieces. Mrs. Newman, of Roden street, West ...

    Article : 57 words
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