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  2. SPORTING NOTES.

    A special train will leave Bairnsdale for the Maffra races this morning at 9.15 returning at 8 p.m. Entries for the Bruthen races classes at 10 p.m. on Saturday, next. ...

    Article : 68 words
  3. LATEST CABLEGRAMS.

    A new steamer for the coastal trade of Australia has been launched [?] the Clyde. The steamer, which has been named the Tiutinebar, was built to the ...

    Article : 26 words
  4. SHIPPING.

    The s.s. Wyrallah, sailed from Melbourne for Bairnsdale and ports on route yesterday evening. The s.s. Despatch sailed from Bairnsdale ...

    Article : 25 words
  5. LATEST TELEGRAMS.

    In reply to various questions put to-day Mr Austin Chapman and the Prime Minister said that the manufactures of harvesters, drills, etc., ...

    Article : 80 words
  6. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 1,177 words
  7. THE WEATHER.

    Tuesday, 9 a.m.—Barometer 30,000; maximum temperature 70, minimum 44. Wednesday, 9 a.m.—Barometer 30,041; maximum temperature [?], minimum 32. ...

    Article : 14 words
  8. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The competition for the Sabeston trophy will be resumed this afternoon at the 200 and 800 yards ranges. Two men—Messrs C. Marriott and Martin—are ...

    Article : 57 words
  9. DANGER OF RONTGEN RAYS.

    A civil list pension of £120 per annum has been awarded Dr Hall-Edwards, of Birmingham, a martyr to the cause of science in his experiments ...

    Article : 331 words
  10. NOTICE.

    Contributions of literary matter consisting of shorts, sketches, articles, paragraphs, etc., are invited and will be paid for if accepted. Advertisements received after 7 p.m. cannot be ...

    Article : 44 words
  11. THE SENATE.

    Senator discussed with freedom the appointment of the Ministerial committee on postal disorganisation. The opinion was expressed by some of ...

    Article : 40 words
  12. The Advertiser.

    IT is gratifying to find that an effort is to be made to induce the Railway Commissioners to give this town improved train arrangements. Too long have the residents submitted to untold ...

    Article : 2,578 words
  13. CRICKET.

    Bruthen cricketers, both male and female, will engage the attention of their respective contemporaries at Bairnsdale his afternoon. The Ladies match will ...

    Article : 147 words
  14. GENERAL NEWS.

    The Chief Justice. Sir .John Madden, after hearing arguments to-day for the release of Louis Howitz, the solicitor, on the ground that the ...

    Article : 58 words
  15. A STRATFORD ESTATE.

    The will of Andrew Hamilton farmer, Stratford, has been filed for, probate. The estate which is valued at £38,426, has been left to the widow ...

    Article : 40 words
  16. BOWLER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 466 words
  17. SCHOOL TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS.

    The Education department announces that state school teachers' music examinations will take place on the 3rd April. Applications must be ...

    Article : 15 words
  18. DISTRICT NEWS.

    Thursday last was a busy and somewhat exciting day in the public life of this ordinarily easy-going community. First we had the arrival of his ...

    Article : 327 words
  19. WOOL SORTERS' CERTIFICATES.

    The Australian wool Dorters have agreed to accept the certificates of technical schools, in place of a four years' apprenticeship, in respect of the ...

    Article : 32 words
  20. COMPANY PROMOTING.

    Henri Rochette, a company promater, has been arrested at Paris on a charge of fraud. The French news papers assers that the collapse of ...

    Article : 55 words
  21. SCARCITY OF APPLES.

    Mr J. W. Taverner, the Agent:- General, has advised the Agricultural department of the scarcity of American apples, and says there is a good chance ...

    Article : 35 words
  22. THE AMERICAN FLEET.

    The Chinese, presumably to be caoven terms with the Japanese have sent a cordial invitation to the United States for the American fleet to visit ...

    Article : 38 words
  23. THE MARKETS.

    The following are to-day's quotations:— Wheat, steady. 4s 3d. Oats, milling 3s 11½d, feed 3s 1d. ...

    Article : 20 words
  24. BAIRNSDALE PETTY SESSIONS.

    W. J. Scott, shire inspector, proceeded against Jas. Haylock for permitting a nuisence to be on his premises [?] ...

    Article : 637 words
  25. INDIANS AND CANADIANS.

    At a mass meeting of Indians, held at Vancouver, it was decided to cable to Sir John Morley, the Secretary for India, protesting against their ...

    Article : 75 words
  26. COOL STORAGE IN LONDON.

    The directors of the London and India recommended the proprietors to accept Mr Lloyd-George's offer to purchase item as part of a ...

    Article : 127 words
  27. BULLUMWAAL.

    The concers given by the school Children to raise founds to pay for the [?] of the school ground took place on Saturday night in the merchants hall, ...

    Article : 366 words
  28. NEW VEGETABLE PEST.

    During a recent visit to Gippsland East Mr C. French, assistant Government eatomologist, found that a new inspect post was destroying beans to the ...

    Article : 352 words
  29. GIPPSLAND BAND ASSOCIATION.

    During the progress of the Bairnsdale Hospital carnival last Thursday advantages was taken of the presence of the visiting bands to suggest the ...

    Article : 253 words
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