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  2. THE COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENT.

    The President took the chair at 2.30 p.m. Business of the Session. Senator Pearce (W.A.) asked the Minister of Defence whether in view of the ...

    Article : 2,736 words
  3. VICTORIA.

    Dr. Harkin, when cycling to attend a patient at Chiltern at about midnight, was startled by a peremptory cry of "Bail up." He put on a spirt, and was startled by the ...

    Article : 811 words
  4. THE COUNTRY.

    On Saturday afternoon a meeting of the Mount Gambier-Portland Railway, League was held in the institute, Mr. F. Davison presiding over a large attendance. The ...

    Article : 1,635 words
  5. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    The Prime Minister has received a short letter from Mr. Price, the Premier of South Australia, with reference to the fixed payment proposal made some weeks ago by ...

    Article : 500 words
  6. BURNED BY AN ELECTRIC WIRE.

    A sensational accident, through which James White, an employe of Messrs. Noyes, came in contact with a live electric wire carrying a powerful current, in consequence ...

    Article : 356 words
  7. STATE PARLIAMENTS.

    The two parties most directly interested in the Local Option Bill were represented in the Legislative Council gallery on Tuesday afternoon, but the debate on the ...

    Article : 1,646 words
  8. GOLD MINING IN THE WEST.

    Speaking at a private dinner to-day, at which the members of the Ministry were present, Mr. H. C. Hoover, the principal partner in the firm of Bewick, Moreing, and ...

    Article : 807 words
  9. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Joseph Bannett [?] to-day awarded £1[?] damages, and his w[?] £175, for injuries received by the latt[?] the Lord-street level crossing. ...

    Article : 254 words
  10. MAJOR HAWKER.

    A court-martial is to be held about December 12 to enquire into charges against Major Hawker, the officer in charge of the Queenscliffe forts, of ...

    Article : 73 words
  11. TUG CUT DOWN BY A STEAMER.

    The A.U.S.N. Company's steam-tug Mabel capsized and sank in the river off the Colonial Sugar Refining Company's wharf to-night. The tug had the steamer Cintra ...

    Article : 132 words
  12. QUEENSLAND.

    The Home Secretary has received a communication from the committee of the T[?]nsville Hospital stating that unless fi[?]ncial relief is provided the institution ...

    Article : 77 words
  13. REWARDS FOR DETECTIVES.

    At a meeting of the Police Commission to-day, Mrs. Louisa Hogan was called relative to certain statements made by Cornelius Crowe regarding a reward paid by her to ...

    Article : 250 words
  14. VICTORIAN RAILWAY STRIKE.

    An incident of the railway strike was revived by Mr. Hannah asking the Premier in the Legislative Assembly to-day if Messrs. Williams and Smith of the ...

    Article : 100 words
  15. THE NORTHERN FARMERS.

    Sir—In a recent issue I read on the above subject a letter by Mr. Cogan, with which in the main I agree. He is right when he says that the land in the upper north to ...

    Article : 345 words
  16. ACCIDENT WITH A SAW.

    Mr. A. Staines, an elderly man, severely injured the middle finger of his left hand with a saw at Messrs. Walter & Morris timber mills, Port Adelaide, on Tuesday ...

    Article : 50 words
  17. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Whilst engaged in harvesting work on a farm about two miles from Kelso, Richard Wilson was bitten in the left breast by a lead colored snake 4 ft. or 5 ft. in length. ...

    Article : 343 words
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  19. NEW SOUTH WALES BUSH FIRES.

    Bush fires are still raging in various parts of the country, and causing great destruction of grass and fencing. Outbreaks are reported in the Warren, Trangie, Sunny ...

    Article : 89 words
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  22. FIERCE HEAT IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The heat wave has been followed by a [?]ool spell. Light rain fell in Sydney to-lay, and a cool southerly wind prevailed. The Acting Meteorologist said that ...

    Article : 117 words
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