The Premier, who was seen this evening with regard to the letters which have recently appeared over the signature of "F. Hann," ...Article : 765 words
This morning Mr. R. D. McKenzie M.L.C., introduced a deputation from the goldfelds, consisting of Cr. P. F. O'Dea, Messrs. E. H. Irving ...Article : 300 words
At the third annual meeting of the W.A. Temperance Alliance the recent report presented by Mr. A. Carson, Government Special ...Article : 329 words
At a meeting of the council of the National Rifle Association on Tuesday night, a discussion took place on the question of forming ...Article : 519 words
Mr. Fisher addressed a large meeting at Brisbane last night. He said he had made no complaint at all about the High Court in the ...Article : 137 words
At a welcome tendered to the Rev. G. Binns. who has taken over the pastorate of the Museum Ba[?]tist Church, the Rev. W. T. Kench ...Article : 315 words
Nominations for the House of Assembly closed to-da[?]. There are 60 candidates for 30 seats. Voting is to be on the Hare-Nansen ...Article : 156 words
The conference of the Chambers of Commerce passed a resolution in favour of the abolition of the mortgage tax. ...Article : 64 words
The following were the lowest tenderers for the undermentioned public works contracts:—Derby Water Police quarters, alterations, F. C. ...Article : 53 words
The New South Wales branches of the A.N.A. in a conference to-day agreed to a resolution in reference to the initiation of an Australian ...Article : 57 words
It was decided at to-day's meeting to hold the next convention of carriage and waggon builders in Melbourne during Easter, 1910. ...Article : 29 words
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