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  2. INDUSTRIAL AFFAIRS.

    Fresh interst was aroused in the sewerage strike to-day by the employment of ten men on mining work on the main city sewer tunnel. It was a surprise to the pickets, ...

    Article : 83 words
  3. WATT DIVORCE SUIT.

    The case in which Muriel Maud Watt, formerly Williams, is asking for a divorce from Captain Oswald Watt, was again before Mr. Justice Gordon to-day. The ...

    Article : 365 words
  4. EX-BENDIGO SOLICITOR.

    In the Practice Court to-day Mr. Wanliss, on behalf of the Law Institute, applied for an extendsion of time in connection with the motion to strike the name ...

    Article : 121 words
  5. CHANNEL COUNTRY NOTES.

    The long-contirued lack of rain is the main topic of comment along the [?]hannel ways, as well as on the wider areas, where the earlier promises of the season were ...

    Article : 704 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 266 words
  7. PERSONAL.

    London correspondent informs us [?] that Prime Albert, second son of [?] George, [?] a raidshipman aboard [?] Co[?]weed yesterday. ...

    Article : 366 words
  8. BARRIER SHOP ASSISTANTS' STRIKE.

    The strike of shop assistants continues and it is likely that it will extend. ...

    Article : 25 words
  9. SYDNEY WHARF LABORERS.

    The board which is inquiring into the wharf laborers' dispute sat again to-day. Mr. T. W. M'Crystal, member of the Wharf Laborers' Union, said that at the last ...

    Article : 209 words
  10. PARLIAMENTARY VISITORS.

    The first official visit undertaken by the visiting Parliamentarians from Great Britain took place this morning, when a trip was made to the Newport workships. the ...

    Article : 403 words
  11. EAGLEHAWK.

    A meeting of the committee of the Borough Council was held yesterday. Present:—Crs. Dunstan (Mayor), Green Oswald, Ralph. Kidd, Trevean, Webster, ...

    Article : 747 words
  12. BENDIGO SCHOOL OF MINES.

    The monthly meeting of the Administrative Council was held last night. Present: —Rev. J. Crookston (president Mayor Andrew, Cr. W. Beebe, Messrs. W. G. ...

    Article : 505 words
  13. ITEMS OF INTEREST.

    A boarding house keeper in Illinois, unable to secure payment of his bill by a poor woman who had lodged at his house, seized her year-old baby as security, and ...

    Article : 50 words
  14. VOLUNTEER MARTYRS.

    Self-imposed exile for Life has been chosen by three nuns of a Montreal convent. They have volunteered to go to the leper colony of Shceklung, nine miles from ...

    Article : 236 words
  15. DOCTORS EARNING 100,000 A YEAR.

    Among the 7000 members of the great International Medical Congress, which was held in London in August was perhaps the most famous surgeon in the world—certainly ...

    Article : 155 words
  16. INTER-STATE TELEGRAMS.

    Five men yesterday burst in a door at James Gilligan's boardinghouse, Rileystreet, when looking for a man in the building. There was a wild scene. One ...

    Article : 107 words
  17. MYSTERIES OF "NERVES.""

    How mysterious and unlooked-for a cause may bring on insanity was shown by Dr T. A. Williams, of Washington, at the British Medical Congress in August. ...

    Article : 225 words
  18. CHARGE OF SHOOTING.

    A sensational story was told in the Paddington Court to-day, when a young man, David Roger Fulton, was charged with having shet at Elsie Victoria Wellington ...

    Article : 115 words
  19. NOVELTY IN WILLS.

    Six years service as a barman will win Mr. Edward Musse, of New York, a fortune of £50,000, if he can keep his situation. Under the eccentric terms of his uncle's ...

    Article : 134 words
  20. AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS.

    A few days ago messages appeared in newspapers to the effect that the Australian cricketers now in America were in serious finacial difficulties. In view of ...

    Article : 84 words
  21. PERPETUAL MOTION.

    A Burton-on-Trept inventor claims vir, tually to have solved the problem of perpetual motion for stationary clocks. He was awarded a gold medal at the Liverpool ...

    Article : 91 words
  22. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH.

    The children's concert in connection with the diamond jubilee celebrations of St. Luke's Church, White Hills, held last night in the Reading Room, was a great ...

    Article : 216 words
  23. [?]RED UHITE AND BLUE COMPANY.

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  24. SCIENTIFIC MARRIAGES.

    The first eugenics law in America has been adopted by the Legislature of the State of Peunsylvania. Hereafter every prospective bride and ...

    Article : 135 words
  25. GLASS BRICKS.

    The popularity of glass as a material for interior wall construction has resulted in a brisk demand for such refuse glass as old window panes, broken bottles, and the like. ...

    Article : 130 words
  26. [?] HOURS' SKATING RECORD.

    Mount Morgan (Q.), 15th September. [?] Black, who sometime ago skated for [?] 10 minutes, has just completed a 100 hours' skating record. ...

    Article : 30 words
  27. BOXER'S DEATH.

    The death of Ruenalf, otherwise White, as a [?]ult of a boxing match with Lou Williams at Catheart, has caused a sensation owing to the fact that several ...

    Article : 156 words
  28. EGG-LAYING COMPETITION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 124 words
  29. FOR PACKING ORANGES.

    Until very recently the wrapping and packing of oranges was done by hand. A machine has now appeared, however, which automatically cuts and prints the ...

    Article : 127 words
  30. 5000-TON SHIP THAT VANISHED.

    Although vessels of considerable tounage are posted as missing every year, it is not often that a 600-ton boat is included in the list. The Wyneric, which is a vessel of that ...

    Article : 124 words
  31. SAVING DYING CHILDREN.

    A New York doctor and his who have devoted their lives to adopting sickly babies and bringing them up by special care to be strong and healthy children. ...

    Article : 214 words
  32. A PRICKED FINGER.

    Dr. H. Critchley Hinder, a prominent Sydney surgeon, died to-night from blood poisoning contracted when he pricked, a finger at an operation performed in April ...

    Article : 77 words
  33. WHY A BALLOON IS YELLOW.

    The yellow color of balloons has resulted from necessity, not chance or idle fancy. Lieut-Colonel Espitallier, a French aeronant, explains that the textile fabrie of the ...

    Article : 132 words
  34. WHY RAIN FOLLOWS LIGHTNING.

    The rain that often follows a flash of lightning is usuall supposed to be due to the coalescence of fine dro[?] on losing their electrical charge, but Professor Laine, a ...

    Article : 130 words
  35. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET.

    Wheat, 3/7½; chickwheat, 3/9, 3/5; chaff, Tasmanian oaten, 100/; bare market in other lines. Tasmanian potatoes, 150/; maize, 4/3, 4/1: oaten hav. 100/, 95/: butter, 112/: bacon ...

    Article : 118 words
  36. Advertising

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  37. DEATH BY MISADVENTURE.

    At the inquiry into the death of the boxer. William White, the coroner said that he was satisfied that it had been a sparing match, and that death was due to ...

    Article : 68 words
  38. Advertising

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    Advertising : 26 words
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