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  2. NORTH- WESTERN TASMANIA: News and Notes.

    Mrs. Mason, sen., of Barrington, has been staying, with her daughter, Mrs.Peebles, at Preston, since January last, and for a month past her ...

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    MACKAY (Q.), Monday.—After two months' battling along tho Queensland coast in the teeth of storm after Storm, Alex. L. Archer and his 15-year ...

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    The second match of the roster was played between Railway and City in unfavorable weather, a strong northerly wind making good football ...

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    THE Launceston-bound train from Black River met with a sensational accident near Allen's Siding, about 5 miles on the Rocky ...

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    The vagaries of the weather experienced throughout Tasmania yesterday were disclosed to the writer, who yesterday travelled from Hobart to ...

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    The monthly meeting of the council will be held to-day, commencing at 2 p.m. Hamilton Street Footpath: ...

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    A brisk debate on the desirability of compulsory military training took place at the Methodist General Conference at Perth. (W.A.), representatives being ...

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  10. BURNIE.

    Cold and wet weather was experienced for the King's Birthday holiday, which was observed in Burnie yesterday. All business establishments ...

    Article : 415 words
  11. ZEEHAN.

    The Dundas road is at present in a deplorable state of disrepair, and it is high time that the authorities took a hand before it becomes impassable. ...

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    Rain fell almost continuously during the greater part of yesterday. Members of the Devonport Trotting Club had been looking forward to the ...

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  13. Flats Under Water.

    At Latrobe rain (ell continuously yesterday and Inst night, and at a late hour there was no sign of the weather abating. At 6.45 p.m. the ...

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  14. Yesterday's Chart.

    HOBART, Monday.—The Federal Meteorological Bureau, Hobart, today issued the following synopsis of the weather:- ...

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  15. MAGNET.

    A euchre tournament and dance were held in the Magnet Hall on Saturday night, in aid oil the hall funds. The winners of the euchre prizes were. ...

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  16. YOLLA.

    Are well advised to call early at the Yolla Dairy Company's store and get the pick of stocktaking bargains. ...

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    The absence of a clanger light on tho barricade erected on the main road at the site of the bridge destroyed by the floods at Sulphur Creek, it is alleged, ...

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    Referring to the decision of the General Methodist Conference to ask the Federal Cabinet to unify marriage and divorce laws, the president-general of ...

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    Mrs. E. Brown, of Launceston, is visiting her son, Mr. M. J. R.- Brown, Magnet. Mrs. M. Ponson by and her little son ...

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    After some delay, caused by the necessity for reference lo tho Axemen's Association, finality has been reached in regard to the protests ...

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    Yesterday another of the old residents of Ulverstone who have boen associated with its progress for many years, in the person of Mrs.Frances ...

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    CANBERRA, Monday.—A novel idea, for catching wild dogs was sprung on the dingo destruction conference by the organiser ...

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  24. Magnet Silver Mine.

    Thc general manager of the Magnet Silver Alining. Co. (Mr. R. G. Halen) reports for the week, ended May 29:- Rainfall: 22 points of rain have been ...

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  25. Lyell Miners Association.

    Rovers and Wanderers met on the Gormanston Oval on Sunday, and a keen strugglo ensued. The Rovers had the advantage of a strong wind in the ...

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  26. Heavy Fall at Devonport.

    For the 24 hours ended 9 a.m. yesterday 73 points were registered by the Mersey Marine Board's gange. Rain fell steadily throughout the day, ...

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    "Dawn" is in many respects a most unusual picture. lt is the photodrama over which so much controversy was waged, and which, at first was ...

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  28. STANLEY.

    Miss Pearl Dunkley, who is to he married on Wednesday next to Mr. W. L. Weir, of the Commercial Bank, New Norfolk, was tendered a social ...

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  29. PENGUIN.

    Eastall's big eight-day sale continues till Saturday, June 8. Everything in the shop will be reduced for eight days only. See our window of ...

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  30. At Launceston.

    LAUNCESTON,.Monthly—Rain commenced to fall just before dark on Sunday night. It increased through the night and continued incessantly ...

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    SYDNEY, Monday.—Miss Lillian Overell, of Tasmania, has a grievance against Sydney. "I admire your progress," she ...

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  32. WEST PINE.

    A successful concert was held in the local hall on Saturday evening, the proceeds being in aid of thc church, A concert party journeyed from ...

    Article : 182 words
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  34. Sporting Fixtures Posponed

    Owing to the heavy rains yesterday, all sporting fixtures on the Coast had to be postponed. Football matches at Burnie, Penguin, Sue[?]eld and ...

    Article : 53 words
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  36. Beneficial Rains in Victoria

    MELB0URNE, Monday.—Before showers that had been working castward several days reached Melbourne yesterday they did a lot of good in the ...

    Article : 68 words
  37. "The Advocate" Floods Relief Fund.

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  38. GOLF.

    On Saturday a flag competition resulted in a win for Dr. G. T. H. Harris, Who completed the eighteen holes, and had Five strokes to spare. lt was quite a ...

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  39. Rain in S. Australia.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.—Rain that will be of great value to the State has fallen in South Australia during the past 24 hours. Pastoral and ...

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    Empire Day at Upper Natone proved to the children to be the most striking event of the year. Thc morning session was spent in appropriate ...

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