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  2. BISHOP OF BALLARAT.

    The Lord Bishop of Ballarat (Right Rev. Dr. Green) visited Horsham on Saturday last, and administered the write of confirmation to a number of ...

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  3. HORSHAM SWIMMING CLUB.

    Members of the life saving class are requested to meet at the river at 3 p.m. to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon. Mr. N. C. McMullin is forming ...

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    Many are killed outright some wounded to linger on before they succumb to their injuries, and in most cases the majority scared away. One ...

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  5. Direct Cables.

    Mr. P. A. Illingworth, Liberal member for Shipley, and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury, speaking at Bradford, said that there would be ...

    Article : 58 words
  6. Latest News.

    The moulders employed at the Park- side Iron Foundry, North Melbourne, struck work his morning on, finding a new foreman in charge of the shop. ...

    Article : 64 words
  7. Sporting Items.

    The following entries have been received in connection with the St. Patrick's Handicap, Flying. Handicap, Trot, and Pony Race, to be contested ...

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  8. Railway Disaster.

    Dashing thorough a fog at a fast speed the Temora mail train crashed into a stationary goods train near the Exeter station, on the southern ...

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  9. Social.

    Mrs. Ernest E. Barker will NOT be "At Home" to-day (Tuesday). The engagement is announced of George Warren, eldest son of Mr. and ...

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  10. MAIL FOR HORSHAM.

    From time to time we have pointed out (says the Stawell Times) the necessity for a mail being made up for Horsham by the night express ...

    Article : 92 words
  11. AUTUMN MODES.

    At the present moment the various drapery establishments are making a display of the latest autumn fashions that is almost irresistible to the fair ...

    Article : 62 words
  12. HOME RULE.

    Mr. John Dillon-(Liberal member of the House of Commons), speaking at Newcastle, said he was convinced that a compromise would be the best means ...

    Article : 76 words
  13. POLITICIAN RETIRES.

    Mr. J. G. Membrey, the member for Jika Jika, in the Legislative Assembly, has decided to retire from Parliament. ...

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  14. TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The ladies' doubles championship commences on the Horsham Tennis Club's courts at 9.30 to-morrow morning. The price of admission is ...

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  15. MAIN ROADS BOARD.

    The Minister of Public Works, Mr. Hagelthorn, said on Thursday that now that the Main Roads Board has completed its investigations in ...

    Article : 103 words
  16. ELWOOD MEAD RETURNING.

    The Premier (Mr. Watt) has received a cablegram from Mr. Elwood Mead, stating that he has obtained a release from the tentative agreement he ...

    Article : 54 words
  17. POLICE COURT.

    At Horsham Police Court on Friday last, before His Worship the Mayor (Cr. J. J. Hennessy, J.P.) and Mr. W. C. Bolton, J.P., L. C. McArthur ...

    Article : 88 words
  18. HOPETOUN RACES.

    The annual races of the Hopetoun Turf Club were successfully held on Friday. Results:—Hurdle Race, two miles.—A. ...

    Article : 171 words
  19. THE ULSTER COVENANT.

    Over 10,000 places have been opened in England where the British Ulster covenant may be signed. ...

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  20. RACEHORSES SOLD.

    The well-known racehorse Recaller has been sold to Mr. G. Featherstone for 197j guineas, and Lord Tuck to Mr. T. McGrath for 75 guineas. ...

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  21. UNIMPROVED LAND VALUES.

    The High Court hat decided on the Commonwealth Land Tax case that land-owners could debit for improvements, such as burning off, clearing ...

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  22. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT.

    The following accounts await payment at the Horsham Receipt and Pay Office:—J. Boase, Dr. A. A. Crooks, Daniel Hanan, senr., J. Morrison and ...

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  23. SACRILIGIOUS SUFFRAGETTES.

    A party of suffragettes, expecting that the judge of the Birmingham Assize would attend the Cathedral to-day, secreted themselves in the ...

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  24. FIREMEN RETURN.

    The members of the Horsham Fire Brigade have returned from their trip to the brigades' demonstration. Although not successful in any of the ...

    Article : 68 words
  25. CROWN GRANTS, ETC.

    Crown Grants.—Arapiles Shire (2), R. Sivewright, Mary A. Molloy, Percy Renfrey. Leases.—Agnes Bates, C. Creasey, B. C. Dawson. Agricultural ...

    Article : 37 words
  26. BAY STEAMER IN DANGER.

    The captain of the bay steamer Mourilyan, trading between Melbourne and Geelong, complains that last Saturday shells from the Williamstown ...

    Article : 76 words
  27. LIGHT HORSE CAMP.

    The Light Horse camp at Burrumbeet presented an animated appearance on Friday, when some useful field work was performed by the troops. ...

    Article : 175 words
  28. MUSICAL SCHOLARSHIPS.

    Pupils of the Convent of Mercy at Ballarat are rapidly coming to the front. No sooner has Miss Gertie Healy sailed for Germany, to ...

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  29. SUFFRAGETTES FORM CHURCH.

    The suffragettes of Liverpool have formed a church of the new ideal which is conducted solely by women including the preachers. Men are ...

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  30. DISASTROUS STEEPLECHASE.

    A telegram from Adelaide on Saturday says:—The Steeplechase at Cheltenham was a disastrous affair. Of the ten starters Malula was the only ...

    Article : 181 words
  31. Obituary.

    The death occurred yesterday morning, at Nurse Tapper's private hospital of .Mrs. Buchanan, wife of Mr. J. A. Buchanan, well-known mall contractor ...

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  32. GERMAN OFFICERS' WIVES.

    The Kaiser has ordered the officers of the German Army to see that their wives refrain from riding on horseback astride. ...

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  33. STRIKERS FINED.

    Six strikers have been fined at Volksrust from 50/- to £13 each for deserting their duty and inciting others to desert. ...

    Article : 63 words
  34. CADETS AND COMRADES.

    Apart altogether from the disciplinary effect that the universal training is having upon the growing lads, it is also fostering a fine feeling of ...

    Article : 217 words
  35. RUSSIAN MINISTERS CONFER.

    The Premier and the Ministers for War, Foreign Affairs, and Finance are holding a secret conference. ...

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  36. LAWN TENNIS.

    The Kalkee Tennis Club will visit Pimpinio on Friday next, 20th inst., to play a return match with that club. The team will be chosen from the ...

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  37. NEWS AND NOTES

    The cool chance of last Friday still continues, and after the hot spell was greatly appreciated. On Thursday night and Friday morning 17 points of ...

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  38. ARMY INCREASES SUGGESTED.

    Sixty-five members of the Duma, including members of the Military and Naval Budget Committees, the newspapers allege, are connected with the ...

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  39. ST. PATRICK'S DAY.

    It is hardly necessary to remind our readers, especially those of Hibernian doesn't, that to-day is the anniversary of the birth of the patron saint and ...

    Article : 91 words
  40. The Hospital Carnival.

    The treasurer desires to acknowledge the receipt of £13/5/6 from. Mr. H. H. allughes, of Quantong, being proceeds of sale of fruit at the carnival. Those ...

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  41. WIRELESS TELEPHONY.

    It is officially announced that with the has of Marconi's wireless telephone instrument,, an uninterrupted communication between two whips fort-five ...

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  42. WATERWORKS TRUST ACCOUNTS.

    Mr. J. Robertson, from the State Audit Office, arrived in Horsham yesterday, and will commence the audit of the accounts of the Borough of ...

    Article : 32 words
  43. EARTHQUAKE IN JAPAN.

    A serious earthquake is reported from Akita, a town in the north of Japan. Several villages have been destroyed, there being a great loss of ...

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  44. ANGLING COMPETITION.

    On account of the good hauls of fish taken from the river during the past few weeks, the Angling Society has decided to hold a competition ...

    Article : 122 words
  45. RAILWAY EXCURSION.

    The various railway leagues interested in a proposed railway connection between Edenhope and the proposed trunk line between Toolondo and ...

    Article : 63 words
  46. A Dastardly Act.

    Mr. Frederick. Lee, a Closer Settlement Commissioner, received by post a small package, with sixpence worth of postage stamps. attached, and ...

    Article : 145 words
  47. Family Notices

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  48. BALLARAT FEDERAL SEAT.

    In addressing a meeting at South Broken Hill last week Mr. D. C. McGrath,. M.P., said that absentee votes, mostly from Broken Hill, had ...

    Article : 110 words
  49. COLLISION IN ADELAIDE.

    An accident occurred on Saturday at the junction nearest the city railway terminal; Adelaide. A train, bound for Gawler, which left Adelaide at ...

    Article : 68 words
  50. MEMORIAL SERVICE.

    The service at the Methodist Church on Sunday evening was of a memorial character. A special feature was the unveiling of a memorial tablet ...

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  51. Auctioneer's Report.

    Messrs. Hagelthorn and Bolton, of Horsham, report a small yarding of sheep at their yards on Saturday last, when they sold merino wethers at 15/ ...

    Article : 312 words
  52. Advertising

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  53. A QUESTION OF NOMENCLATURE.

    Perhaps some of our readers (says the Dunmunkle Standard) could tell us the origin of the name "Murtoa," which has been given to our town. ...

    Article : 94 words
  54. Found in the Bush.

    A sad case occupied attention at the Stawell Court of Petty Sessions on Friday, when a young man named Sydney Jeffreys, 29 years of ago, was ...

    Article : 178 words
  55. A CLEVER ENTERTAINER.

    Le Carte, the magic wizard, gave a striking performance before a fair audience in the Town Hall on Friday right. His tricks were executed with ...

    Article : 83 words
  56. DRIVING ACCIDENT.

    Yesterday afternoon we received a brief message intimating that Mr Chas. Peterson, of Blackheath, was during into Jung with a buggy and ...

    Article : 84 words
  57. LUTHERAN SYNOD.

    The annual synod of the German Lutheran Church of Victoria was held recently at Milbrulong. Amongst those resent were the Revs. Schaper ...

    Article : 62 words
  58. HORSHAM RECREATION RESERVE.

    Mr. Jas. Menzies, M.L.A., has received an intimation from the Crown Lands Department to the effect that the Government will grant £20 to be ...

    Article : 47 words
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