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  2. VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, January 21. The estate of the late Mr. J. F. Levien, formerly a member of the Legislative Assembly, has been valued for probate at ...

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  3. THE SCHOOL OF MINES COUNCIL.

    At a meeting of the council of the School of Mines and Industries on Monday the president (Sir Langdon Bonython) said it became his duty to report that since ...

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  4. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    The Prime Minister has received a message, through Lord Northcote, from the Colonial Secretary (Lord Elgin) stating that Mr. Deakin's invitation to the Duke of ...

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  5. LONDON WEEK BY WEEK.

    The long-expected has happened at last The House of Commons rejected "en bloc" the Lords' amendments in the Education Bill, including all that had been made by ...

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  6. THE JUDICIAL OATH.

    In every British community the present method of administering the judicial oath is condemned alike by judges, medical scientists, and the thousands of human beings ...

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  7. GENERAL NEWS

    It is always sad to see a woman in the prisoners' dock, but particular[?]y so when she is a "first offender." A respectably dressed young woman, ...

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  8. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The death took place this morning at Orange of Mr. James Rose, handicapper of most of the western race clubs, at the age of 50. ...

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  9. FALL DOWN A WELL.

    Arthur Vines, 11 years of age, had a remarkable escape from serious, injury on Sunday evening at Warragul, when he fell to the bottom of a well 30 ft. deep. Vines, ...

    Article : 107 words
  10. MARVELS OF COOKERY.

    If Alice, of Wonderland fame, had wandered into the Cookery and Food Exhibition at the Royal Horticultural Hall, London. on November 27, she would not have ...

    Article : 508 words
  11. DEPORTATION OF KANAKAS.

    The Secretary of the External Affairs Department (Mr. Atlee Hunt) does not think there is any danger in deporting kanakas to the Pacific Islands, notwithstanding the ...

    Article : 228 words
  12. THE COUNTRY.

    PORT GERMEIN, January, 19.—Numerous whirlwinds passed over the town yesterday. One big gust struck a four-roomed house occupied by Mr. W. Tee, sen., and ...

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  13. BROKEN HILL.

    Walter Smith, platman at Stewart shaft, Proprietary mine, was descending from the 800 to the 1,000 ft. level this morning, when he fell in the bottom of the cage. His ...

    Article : 142 words
  14. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    At the Perth Police Court to-day Richard Augustine was fined £50, in default two months' imprisonment, for having kept a gaming-house in Pier-street. Twenty men ...

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  15. THE RUSSIAN ELOPEMENT.

    Sir—I am surprised at the derogatory attitude taken by several of your correspondents. I think, between Mr. Gainford and "Uriah Heep," we can draw a ...

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