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  2. WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE UNION.

    [?] a meeting of the W.C.T. Union and in the Methodist Church yesterday the following resolution was carnival:—"Having before it the facts ...

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  3. Direct Cables.

    The city is quiet, as special police have been enrolled, and a vigilance committee to patrol the streets, wearing a red armlet, has been organised. ...

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  4. Shocking Railway Fatality.

    Another terrible railway calamity occurred three miles from Murtoa on Saturday night, by which the wife and two children of a railway fetter named ...

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  5. MEAT IMPORTS INCREASING.

    The Observer's New York correspondent states that owing to the change of tariff, the foodstuff imports of Argentine and Australian beef have ...

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  6. PANIC AT JAGERSFONTEIN.

    The women and children at Jagersfontein were seized by panic, and fled to Fortsmith, from which place a number of armed men galloped and ...

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  7. FAMINE IN JAPAN.

    It is officially stated that nine million people are starving in the. Hokkaido Province, and the North-Eastern Prefectures. ...

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  8. SHEEP [?]PPING ACT.

    We are desired by the Chief Inspector under the Sheep Dipping Act, Department of Agriculture, to intimate to sheep-owners that the Amending ...

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  9. HORSHAM POLICE COURT.

    At the Court on Friday before Mr. E. Harrison. P.M., and S. G. Knight, J.P., B. Gillies was fined 20/- for failing to have his child vaccinated. ...

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  10. CONSTABLE'S CRIME.

    A quarrel among the members of the family of a policeman at Hamburg this morning had an awful sequel. The policeman was so enraged that he ...

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  11. NAVAL DISASTER.

    A telegram just to had from Norfolk, Virginia, states that it is feared that 19 lives have been lost in a naval mishap in Hampton Roads. A launch ...

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  12. CROWN PRINCE ATTACKED.

    It is stated in Court circles that the kaiser is determined to prevent the Crown Prince making further political demonstrations. The kaiser ...

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  13. HOME RULE.

    The Ulster Volunteer Indemnity Fund has been completed, the sum asked for, £1,000,000, having been subscribed. ...

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  14. STRANGLED BOY.

    It has been elicited that the name of the seven-year-old boy, who was found dead under the seat of a railway carriage at Shoreditch this ...

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  15. FATAL ACCIDENT.

    Mr. A. Brown, who is employed at the Wimmera Flour Mills, Stawell, met with a serious accident on Friday morning. While driving a waggon ...

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  16. HORSHAM TROTTING CLUB.

    The annual meeting of the Horsham Trotting Club was held in the Council Chambers last evening. Mr. James Barnes presided. The balance-sheet ...

    Article : 96 words
  17. BUSINESS CHANGE.

    Mr. J. W. Campbell, who has been the popular manager of Creer the [?]man's draper v store in Firebrace-street, Horsham, has purchased the ...

    Article : 74 words
  18. INCOME TAX.

    Income tax schedule forms may be obtained at post offices, railway stations, and State schools. Every person whose income for 1913 exceeded ...

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  19. NOT A FIASCO.

    The belief entertained yesterday that the Transvanal railway strike was a fiasco, turns out to have been premature. It appears that the stoppage ...

    Article : 264 words
  20. By-Elections

    An election was held on Saturday to fill the vacancy for Adelaide in the Federal House of Representatives, caused by the death of Mr. Roberts. The ...

    Article : 99 words
  21. STRIKE RIOTS.

    Two thousands chair-makers are on strike at High Wycombe, in Buckinghamshire. The strike has been marked by sensational incidents. The men ...

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  22. A SHORTLIVED STRIKE.

    A strike occurred at Audley, near Bran[?]holme, on Thursday (says the Hamilton Spectator), when commence. Nine or ten men, led by an agitator ...

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  23. LAND TAX.

    Persons who owned land at 31st December last of an unimproved value exceeding £250 are liable to pay State land tax for the current year 1914. NO ...

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  24. SETTLERS' WHEAT YIELDS.

    There is every probability that this season's harvest reports from the closer settlement, districts ,of Moorallana[?] Kenilworth will show the area as a ...

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  25. FEARFUL TRAGEDIES.

    A terrible tragedy, involving the Soldau, a town in South-west Prussia. A builder named Bratz, with his wife and sister, committed suicide by gas ...

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  26. DENISON SEAT.

    The bye-election to fill the vacancy in the representation of Denison in the House of Assembly, caused by the death of Sir George Davies, was held ...

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  27. MEETINGS.

    The committee of the Horsham District Hospital meet this afternoon. The Borough Council meet to-night. ...

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  28. SNAKE'S SWALLOWING CAPACITY.

    Mr. Patrick J. Dillon, on Friday afternoon killed a snake on the Charleston road, opposite Messrs. Humme and Iser's buildings. It measured 4ft. ...

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  29. THE ZABERN AFFAIR.

    The court-martial at Straburg has been conducted. Colonel Von Reuter and Leiutenant Schalt were acquitted. The Observer's Berlin correspondent ...

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  30. PAYMENTS.

    The following accounts await pay[?] at the Horsham receipt and Pay Office:—Dr. A. A. Crooks, J. M. Martin. J. Carroll. J. Hocking, C. ...

    Article : 49 words
  31. Latest News.

    The inter-State Commission opened its public sittings to-day in the presence of the Prime Minister and a number of departmental heads. Mr. ...

    Article : 101 words
  32. ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN.

    A ganger discovered three sticks of dynamite with detonators attached on the Luipaardsvlei line (Transvaal). The discovery was made just before ...

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  33. CROWN GRANTS, ETC.

    Crown Grants: Mary Ann Molly, John Mulraney, Percy Renfrey, Chas. G. Schodda. Leases: Basil T. Dawson. E. PArfett. Agricultural Licenses: ...

    Article : 60 words
  34. THE TURF.

    The Horsham Trotting Club's next race meeting will be held on February 24, and the Horsham Race Club will hold their annual ...

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  35. SALE OF ARMS PROHIBITED.

    The sale of arms has been prohibited by proclamation throughout the Transvaal. A committee of public safety has ?en formed in Pretoria, ...

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  36. CHAFE BOYCOTT.

    From the Fodder and Fuel Union the Geelong produce merchants have received a list of 14 Connewarre farmers who have been declared under the ...

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  37. THE WIMMERA PORT.

    The s.s. Machaon, the largest stea[?]r to berth at the Deep Water Pier at Portland, arrived on Friday morning and was placed alongside the ...

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  38. LABOR LEADER ARRESTED.

    Mr. Wade, a Labor leader has "been arrested at Germiston on a charge of having made a seditious speech. ...

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  39. MAIL TRAIN DYNAMITED.

    The Cape mail train was dynamited at Witwaters Rand last night. The front wheels of the pilot engine were blown off, and an extensive portion ...

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  40. TRAM SERVICE RESUMED.

    The Chapel-street trams resumed running this morning alter the Colosseum fire, but the passengers were required to walk past the burnt area. ...

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  41. MOTOR BUS OVEERTURNS.

    A motor bus overturned on the Ladbroke-road; London; while conveying spectators to the Football Cup tie. Twenty-one have been admitted to the ...

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  42. POLICE REPRIMANDED.

    The city magistrates have repr[?]manded the police for arresting on a charge of vagrancy an old woman who only left gaol on Saturday. The prisoner ...

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  43. STRIKE LEADERS ARRESTED.

    The strike leaders Waterston and Poutsma have been arrested for seditious utterances; as well as Field, secretary of the. Railway Men's Society. ...

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  44. PTOMAINE POISONING.

    Mr. A. J. Barton, builder and contractor of Rainbow, was the viction of a server attack of ptomaine poisoning a few days ago, his condition being ...

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  45. RUMORS OF A QUARREL DENIED.

    The Berliner Zeitung, on behalf of the Crown Prince, denies that he has quarrelled with General Mackenzie. The Crown Prince states that he ...

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  46. WHEAT YIELD AT WALMER.

    Mr. Hastie states that the Walmer closer settlement estate is average 30 bushels of wheat to the acre. ...

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  47. REGIMENTS BY ROAD.

    Two mounted union regiments from Patcherstroom and two infantry regiments have set out on a march to the Raid. The drivers of the train at ...

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  48. AN UNSUPPORTED MAYOR.

    Mayor Page, of Port Melbourne, had other magistrates refusing to Adjudicate with him. ...

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  49. BURSTING OF DAM.

    News has been received that Kosslin's dam, between the Baltic Sea and Birkow, burst in three places. The village of Damkerort was ovenwhelmed, ...

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  50. 500 MOUNTED MEN IN BARRACKS.

    Five hundred mounted rifles are quartered at the. Pretoria barracks. This active defence force will be mainly employed in protecting the ...

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  51. LADY FULLER'S FAREWELL MESSAGE.

    Lady Fuller, in a farewell message, sends her thanks to the people of Victoria for their many kindnesses shown to her. ...

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  52. "Wouldn't Do Such a Thing."

    Alice C. Burke, a Melbourne barmaid at the Manchester. Club Hotel, was charged on Friday with using insulting, language to Constable Harris. The ...

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  53. ARREST OF LABOR ORATORS.

    Glendon Livingston Munroe, and Glendon, Livingstone Munroe, and other Labor orators have been arrested. ...

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  54. THE ESSENDON ELECTION.

    The Catholic Federation practically recommends the Essendon electors to vote against Mr. Watt, because his opponent is in favor of separate religious ...

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  55. THE PRICE OF BEER.

    Autolycus, in the Mourt Barker Courier, writers:—There is a melancholy coincidence i the fact that while Adelaide is aghast concerning a ...

    Article : 308 words
  56. THREAT BY FEDERATION.

    The Federation of Trades threatens to order a general strike unless all the leaders' are released. ...

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  57. Advertising

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  58. PSEUDO MONKS AS ROBBERS.

    Two supposed monks, who were being sumptuously entertained at a country mansion in Olemedo, suddenly covered their host with revolvers, and ...

    Article : 65 words
  59. GOVERNMENT'S ENERGETIC ACTION.

    The energetic action of the Government is interpreted to mean that the Government is convinced that it has to fight something more than a ...

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  60. RAID BY NATIVES.

    All the available members of the citizen forces at Bloemfontein and all the available police have been ordered to proceed to Jagertfontein by ...

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  61. ENGLISH FLAG INSULTED.

    Addressing a meeting at Dublin, inviting the Lord Mayor to hold an independent inquiry into the conduct of the police, jas, Larkin describes the ...

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