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  2. REGISTERED LETTERS.

    Sir—Will you kindly insert the following in your valuable columns, as I think the public should know exactly how far their intrinsically valuable correspondence is ...

    Article : 285 words
  3. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    A dispatch has been received by the Federal Government from the Colonial Office, detailing fuller information in regard to the system of issuing of permits ...

    Article : 541 words
  4. MR. BARTON AT MAITLAND.

    Mr. Barton arrived at West Maitland shortly after 2 o'clock this afternoon. Accompanying him were Sir William Lyne, Messrs. D. O'Connor, M.L.A., R. B. ...

    Article : 973 words
  5. DR. STEEL RECALLED.

    Dr. Steel, recalled, and examined by Mr. Sinclair, said:—I made an examination of Bertha's body, as detailed before. The nature of the examination did not ...

    Article : 661 words
  6. TROUBLE AT YORKETOWN.

    Sir—The letter of Mr. McNamara heated, "Trouble in Yorketown," and commenting on a paragraph appearing on December 28th last, was evidently written under a ...

    Article : 560 words
  7. FORMAL EVIDENCE.

    Rodney Cockburn deposed to the receipt of a box containing the red stained rags produced in the examination of the last witness from Dr. Steele, and delivery to M.C. ...

    Article : 47 words
  8. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT HOUSE.

    The problem of the control of the Federal Parliament House has entered upon a new phase, which is even of a more pettifogging character than was the earlier ...

    Article : 249 words
  9. A NEIGHBOR'S STATEMENT.

    Ferdinand Henke, of Towitta, laborer, said he lived about three-quarters of a mile from Schippan's. On the night of New Year's Day, about 11.30, when ...

    Article : 130 words
  10. DISPATCHING THE NEWS.

    The people of Angaston were glad to-day to be able to turn from the unsavory mystery of the Towitta murder to the more fascinating pastime of watching the racing ...

    Article : 527 words
  11. THE DISTRICT CONSTABLE.

    Alfred Charles Lambert, district constable for North R[?]ine, living about half a mile from Schippans, said on the night of January 1, about midnight, someone rapped on the ...

    Article : 603 words
  12. THE HIGH COMMISSIONER.

    Mr. Barton was asked this evening it there was any truth in the statement reported from London that Mr. B. R. Wise had been appointed High Commissioner. ...

    Article : 183 words
  13. COMMONWEALTH ACCOUNTS.

    The Treasurer is determined, as far as is humanly possible, to keep down the expenses of his department to a bare minimum. He is at present engaged in ...

    Article : 149 words
  14. SWAN REACH FERRY.

    Sir—In reference to a letter signed "Taxpayer," I wish to state a few particulars of which your correspondent is evidently in ignorance. The ferry at Swan Reach ...

    Article : 339 words
  15. AUSTRALIA AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.

    The rapid increase within the past three months of the issues in which the interests of Australia enter into more or less direct conflict with those of foreign Powers has ...

    Article : 182 words
  16. BREWERS' LICENSES.

    Mr. Deakin has decided that New South Wales brewers must pay the Commonwealth license fee under the Federal excise law. If the State claims fees also the ...

    Article : 48 words
  17. PENNY POSTAGE.

    The Postmaster-General does not seem hopeful at present of introducing Federal penny postage. He regards the means by which success has been achieved in Canada ...

    Article : 158 words
  18. THE EVENING MEETING.

    Mr. Barton addressed a crowded meeting at the Town Hall to-night. The Mayor (Alderman J. T. Ribee), occupied the chair. Amongst those on the platform was ...

    Article : 3,716 words
  19. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    A deputation of agriculturists and pastoralists waited on the Minister of Lands (Dr. Jameson) this afternoon, and urged the immediate construction of a ...

    Article : 243 words
  20. A PRAYER FOR THE BEREAVED.

    At an early hour this morning an impressive little scene was witnessed by those who were of Mr. Schippan's house. The Rev. Mr. McNaughton, a Congregational ...

    Article : 104 words
  21. OTHER TESTIMONY.

    Ella Olive Henke, aged 10, daughter of Ferdinand Henke, said she saw Bertha Schippan alive on New Year's Day, going along the road away from her house. ...

    Article : 1,064 words
  22. THE WALLOWAY ACCIDENT.

    Sir—I notice two letters in "The Advertiser" relative to the above accident, signed by "E. M. Morgan," and "Demos." I agree with all their statements, but fail ...

    Article : 451 words
  23. TASMANIA.

    At the Science Congress to-day papers were read by the presidents of ten different sections. Mr. Coghlan, Government Statistician of New South Wales, president ...

    Article : 99 words
  24. A CABINET QUESTION.

    A question on which the Cabinet is said to be divided is the succession to the Premiership. If Mr. Barton should go to the Federal bench a difficulty in reconciling ...

    Article : 104 words
  25. A CASE OF DISTRESS.

    Sir—I should like through your valuable paper to bring under the notice of the public a very distressing case in this neighborhood A poor man and his eldest ...

    Article : 164 words
  26. A FATHER SHOT BY HIS SON.

    At Eagle [?] Village Settlement, near Bairnsdale, Chas. Henry Buck, aged 60, was dangerously wounded by being shot by his son, Lionel Buck. The injured man stated ...

    Article : 330 words
  27. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESSES.

    In anticipation of the new postal rates becoming law, the Postmaster-General is devising a scheme for the registering of names and addresses. Under the Bill the ...

    Article : 71 words
  28. THE POLITICAL SITUATION.

    Meetings of the Opposition, also of Ministerial parties, have been arranged to discuss the situation. There are rumors of a no-confidence motion, but these are repudiated ...

    Article : 38 words
  29. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    On Thursday morning Lord Hopetoun was presented with an illuminated address by the Kalgoorlie Chamber of Mines. In welcoming his Excellency, the President ...

    Article : 233 words
  30. THE TREASURY STAFF.

    Sir George Turner is adding three clerks to the Treasury, bringing his staff up to eight. One clerk comes from Victoria, another from Tasmania, and the third from ...

    Article : 38 words
  31. Advertising

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    Advertising : 54 words
  32. THE TARIFF.

    The more the fluctuations of the Federal Customs revenue are studied, in comparison with the calculations advanced when the budget and tariff proposals were laid before ...

    Article : 481 words
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