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  4. ST. HELENS TRAGEDY

    The Supreme Court was crowded this afternoon when immediately after lunch Raymond Henry Leopold Spurway Smith, police constable, was charged with ...

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  5. N.S.W. STATE LOTTERY.

    A manifesto was issued to-day on behalf of the committee of the United Churches protesting against the announced intention of the State ...

    Article : 150 words
  6. THE FOLLIES.

    Before a large and appreciative audience last night the Follies presented Chapter II. of their production as a costume comedy company. The artists are highly ...

    Article : 77 words
  7. CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY-SCHOOL SOCIAL.

    An enjoyable social gathering of members of the Davey-street Congregational Church took place last night in the church Sunday-school hall, in Harrington-street. The ...

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  8. THE BASIC WAGE.

    Among the important subjects to be discussed by the Federal Cabinet at its meeting on Thursday will be the application of a basic wage in the ...

    Article : 112 words
  9. ENTERTAINMENT AT MOONAH.

    On Thursday evening an entertainment was held in the Mission-hall, Derwent-park, at which Mr. C. D. Hoggins, president of the Tasmanian Band Association, presented ...

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  10. ALLEGED CONSPIRACY.

    At Railton to-day, Trooper George J. Broomhead and Henry J. Wells, a horse trainer, were arrested by Detectives Oakes and Harmon, on a charge ...

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  11. FAIR AT RAMSGATE.

    Acting on the suggestion that arrangements might be made to induce Santa Claus to decorate a Christmas tree at Catamaran for the children a committee of ...

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  12. REPORTED OIL DISCOVERY.

    The Acting Secretary for Mines (Mr. W. A. Pretyman) stated yesterday, in reply to an inquiry by a "Mercury" representative, that the department ...

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  13. AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day Mr. Petric gave notice of his intention to ask the Premier:—(1) Is he aware that the collections of the Australian ...

    Article : 338 words
  14. ST. MICHAEL'S ANNUAL FAIR.

    The annual fair, held on Saturday, in order to decrease the amount outstanding upon the church-hall, recently completed, in Arthur-street. West Hobart, ...

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  15. AMUSEMENTS. H.M.A.S. SYDNEY VAUDEVILLE.

    A very bright programme of vaudeville was presented at the Theatre Royal last evening by the vaudeville society of H.M.A.S. Sydney. The theatre was well ...

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  16. NATIONAL THEATRE.

    At the matinee to-day, and again to-night, the full now picture programme will be showm. In the Goldwyn feature film Geraldine Farrar is seen at her very ...

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  17. BOWLING.

    The first game between Victoria and New South Wales was played on the Carlton green to-day. The weather was fine, but dull. There was a large ...

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  18. SANDY BAY METHODIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL

    The anniversary services in connection with the Sandy Bay Methodist Sunday-school were held on Sunday. Three special services were held, morning, afternoon, and ...

    Article : 225 words
  19. STRAND DE LUXE.

    "Blind Husbands," the film now being shown at tnc Strand has attracted a great deal of attention, and is most interesting. It will be shown for the last ...

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  20. BOXING.

    At the National Sporting Club las[?] night, Jim Higgins defeated Billy Eynon on points for the bantamweight championship of Great Britain and a stake ...

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  21. PALACE THEATRE.

    The final screening takes place at the Palace Theatre to-night of Enid Bennett, the famous Australian screen artist, in her latest Paramount-Ar[?]craft picture, ...

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  22. CYCLING.

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  23. BILLIARDS.

    "Hazard," the billiard writer in "Sporting Life," publishes in to-day's issue a eulogistic pen picture of the career of Hooper, the Australian billiard ...

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  24. POST-OFFICE THEFTS

    Sir,—With reference to the recent Post Office robbery, I, being one of the unlucky ones, posted at Bellerive two £10 bank notes, addressed to manager ...

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  25. HIS MAJESTY'S.

    A large house witnessed the production of "The Sentimental Bloke" at His Majesty's Theatre last night The picture is all that it is claimed to be, Right ...

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  26. GEORGES CARPENTIER IN "THE WONDER MAN."

    The ability of Georges Carpentier, the noted French boxer, as a screen artist has been more than confirmed in "The Wonder Man," a motion picture secured for ...

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