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  2. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. MOTHER AND CHILD DEAD.

    Mrs. Scarsi, wife of Mr. Geo. Scarsi, died on Saturday night, presumably from premature confinement, aged 40 years. Mr. Scarsi is employed cleaning up in ...

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  3. BENDIGO DEUTCHER VEREIN.

    [?] anniversary of the Bendigo [?] was celebrated ar the [?] hotel last evening. The banquet [?] in which a typical German repact ...

    Article : 573 words
  4. FRATERNAL

    St. Kilian's Brunch H.A.C.B.S. held its fortnightly meeting on Monday night, the president (Mr. J. T. Keane) in the chair. Mr. C. Knight (district vice-president) and Messrs. ...

    Article : 158 words
  5. SPORTING. FOOTBALL.

    A special meeting of the investigation committee of the Bendigo Football Association was held at the fire station last evening, Mr. E. N. Moore, P.M., in the chair. ...

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  6. To-day's Matches.

    School of Mines v. St. Kilian's (final of Secondary Schools' Association), Upper Reserve, 2 p.m.:—Clark, Christie, Bradbury, Eltbam, Pethard, Riordan, Robertson, ...

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  7. DROWNED IN A TANK.

    Mrs. Canahan, of Allambee, fell into a tank of water on Saturday, and was drowned. ...

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  8. ROBBING PETER TO PAY PAUL.

    Sir,—I see after all the disputing, quarrelling, etc., influence comes out on top, and Quarry Hill is to have an up-to-date school, to run into hundreds if not thousands, of ...

    Article : 212 words
  9. OLD MAN'S OVERSIGHT.

    An elderly man named M'Kenzie was dis covered in a room this morning in an unconscious condition in a house at Fitzroy, whore he lived. He retired to bed last ...

    Article : 116 words
  10. RAILWAY EMPLOYE KILLED.

    A railway employe named James Galvin met with a shocking death at Richmond to-day. Galvin is employed in the telegraph branch of the Railway department, and, in ...

    Article : 202 words
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  12. CYCLING.

    The Northern district cycle trades will conduct a road race to Castlemaine and back to-day, starting from White's London hotel, Golden square, at 2 o'clock. Upwards of ...

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  13. ACCIDENT AT A HUNT.

    Mrs. Halley, who took part this morning, in a meet of the Melbourne Hunt Club, at Clayton, had the misfortune to be rolled on by her mount. A fence was being ...

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  15. FATAL FALL.

    Aman named Heinrick Kallinich, 50 years of age, fell downstairs last night at the hotel where he was staying in Spring-street. He was taken to the Melbourne Hospital, ...

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  16. DEATH FROM BLOOD POISONING.

    A young domestic named Margaret Ellen Pollock, aged 26, succumbed to blood poisoning in the Melbourne Hospital to-day. De[?]cased was unmarried, and lived with a ...

    Article : 84 words
  17. SKATING RINK MANAGER.

    Frank William Harrison, late manager of the Mount Gambier Skating Rink, who was staying at the Mount Gambier hotel, got up early yesterday morning, and, after ...

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  18. SOUTH BENDIGO V. EAGLEHAWK

    Complete arrangements have now been made for the final watches in connection with the Senior and Secondary Schools' Associations, both of which take place in ...

    Article : 186 words
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  20. PERISHED IN THE BUSH.

    On the 6th inst. an aged Anglican clergyman, the Rev. Heury Hugill, formerly of Tasmania, left his home at North Sydney, and came across to the city. It was ...

    Article : 192 words
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  22. CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY.

    The case in which Sydney Wickham, water police constable, and Frederick William Dowland Dansey, and Thomas Love, Customs House officers, are charged with ...

    Article : 219 words
  23. EAGLEHAWK.

    [?] J. Green and J. H. Webster, [?] at the Police Court yester[?] granted an application for a [?] order. Defaulting rate payers ...

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