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    MELBOURNE, Friday. — In the House of Representatives to-day the chairman of the Public Works Committee (Mr. Fowler, of West. Austra ...

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    MELBOURNE, Friday. — The Sen ate met to-day. Senator Earle moved the second reading of the New Zealand ...

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    MELBOURNE, Firday. — In the House of Representatives to-day. Mr. Massy Greene (Minister for Defence) moved the second reading of the ...

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    MELBOURNE, Friday.—The House of Representativos met this after noon. Mr. Bruce (Treasurer), in reply to ...

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  6. CLAIM FOR £272.

    A sitting of the Supreme Court was hold at Stanley yesterday before His Honor Mr. Justice Ewing. Andrew Blanche sued George Davis ...

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  7. Ketch Ruby.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—No tidings of the ketch Ruby have been received in Sydney. The tug, despatched last night in response to distress signals, failed ...

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  8. Boycott of Laborers.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—In the Industrial Court to-day the judge (Mr. Curlewis) fined the south coast branch of the Waterside Workers' Federation £20, with ...

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  9. Sentenced for Fraud.

    SYDNEY, Friday— At the Darlinghurst sessions to-day Henry Stedman Carr (45), broker, of Pitt "street, was sentenced by Judge Cohen to 12 ...

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  10. Reports Denied.

    LONDON, flmrsday.—In the Australian House of Representatives recently, during the waem discussions on the sugar position, members of the ...

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  11. Attempted Suicide.

    MELBOURNE. Friday.—Robert E. Buckland (55), of Ascot Vale, whilst in Keilor road this evening, put the muzzle of a rifle into his mouth and shot ...

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  12. Killed by a Train.

    MELBOURNE, Friday. — Clifford William Herbert Lowe, six years of age, of Dandenong road, East Caulfield, was sent on a messago to-day. ...

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    KATOOMBA, Friday. — The HydroMajestic Hotel at Medlow Bath, a famous tourist resort in the Blue Mountains, has been partially destroyed by ...

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  14. Alleged Betting.

    HOBART, Friday.— At the Police Court to-day, before Mr. G. C. Gilmore, P.M., W. Robertson was charged with a breach of tho Gaming Act. ...

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  15. Anthrax in Melbourne.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.— A case of anthrax has been discovered in Melbourne. The patient is a Queenslander. He is being treated in the Melbourne ...

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  16. Shot a Wallaby.

    LAUNCESTON, Friday. — At the Police Court to-day Thomas Roy Chenhall was fined £ and costs for having shot a wallaby. He thought it was a ...

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  17. New Locomotive.

    LAUNCESTON, Friday.—The new locomotive recently imported from Adelaide was given a very successful steam test to-day, and an official long ...

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  18. News of the North.

    LAUNCESTON, Friday. — Tasman Donaldson, who was arrested on August 4, charged with having shot at Mrs. Robert Colgrave with intent to ...

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  19. Rain in the South.

    HOBART, "Friday—Owing to tho inclement weather, the trotting races to have been held at Risdont Park tomorrow have been postponed till ...

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    The City Councils and Marine Boards Wages Board is to meet at Launceston on Thursday next. ...

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