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  3. TUESDAY'S WEATHER CHART.

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  4. SHIPPING.

    "Rather rough weather off Cape Leeuwin, soon extending to Tasmania; smooth to moderate seas elsewhere." The only present indication of rough weather is ...

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  5. WOOL TRADE.

    A catalogue of 4,417 bales was submitted yesterday by the Victorian Producers' Cooperative Co. Ltd. The selection was an ordinary one, few merinoes being available[?] ...

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  6. MERCHANT MARINE.

    It is popularly supposed that the American seamna received as much pay as the Australian seaman. The supposition is incorrect. The wages paid to American ...

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  7. FALL ON BROKEN BOTTLE.

    When driving two horses attached to a lorry which was loaded with bottled a[?] under the railway bridge in Lloyd street, Kensington, yesterday afternoon[?] Richard ...

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  8. STRUCK BY TRAM.

    While attempting to cross the intersection of Bourke and Swanston streets at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when the traffic was moving in the opposite direction. Sept[?]mus ...

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  9. PRICE OF SOFT DRINKS.

    Sir,—Addressing the Lilydale berrygrowers, Mr. J. P. Piggott, of Tasmania, said that prices for Tasmanian respberrie[?] had been raised from 17-8d. per lb. to [?]d. ...

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  10. EXORBITANT RAILWAY CHARGES

    SALE, Tuesday.—From a Melboure timber merchant a Sale firm obtained a quantity of building manterial. Tow pi[?]ces of timber, 30ft. long. forming part of the ...

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  11. NEW ANGLICAN CHURCH IN FITZROY.

    Sir,—The Archbishop in Council has granted permission to the Rev. C. C. Barclay, under Canon Hughes, to build a church, which is to cost £12,000. The work ...

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  12. RIVER GAUGINGS.—Tuesday, July 11.

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  13. WOMAN'S SENTENCE VARIED.

    Before J[?] [?]dge, in General Sessions yesterday, [?]en Johnson, of Jo[?] street, Joli[?], appealed against her conviction, and [?] [?] to [?] month[?] imp[?]sonment by the Cou[?] ...

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  14. WILLIAMSTOWN TRAINS.

    Sir, The Saturday evening train service on the Williamstown line is at 20 minutes intervals consequently the trains which arrive in the city in time for the theatres are ...

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  15. RAILWAY EMPLOYEE INJURED.

    John [?] aged 4[?] year[?], Queen street, North Melbourne, was [?] to a truck in the Jo[?] Wo[?]-[?] yesterday [?]. He was ad[?] to the Melbourne Hospital suffering [?] a [?] ...

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  16. STRANGE BURNING ACCIDENT.

    Frank Muller, aged 16 years, Mill[?] [?], T[?] was [?] to f[?] of a [?] at his home [?] after[?] when [?] bo[?] cought alight[?] In tr[?]g to [?]lah the [?] cloth[?] [?], and he ...

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