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  2. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT

    The President took the cnair at 2.30 p.m. Sir Frederick Holder. The Vice-President of the Executive ...

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  3. SIR FREDERICK HOLDER

    When the Senate met to-day the Vice-President of the Executive Council (Senator Millen) said he had the sad duty of moving a resolution relative to the death ...

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  4. HEAVY RAIN

    During the past week or so residents of Adelaide and suburbs have been treated to weather the reverse of pleasant. The conditions have been inclement, even for July, ...

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  5. STATE PARLIAMENTS

    There was another large attendance in the House of Assembly galleries on Wednesday, and there was a full House, too, so far as legislators were ...

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  6. THE SPEAKERSHIP

    When the House of Representatives met this afternoon members proceeded to elect a Speaker. Sir Philip Fysh said he felt it an honor ...

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  7. JANET LADY CLARKE.

    The will of Janet Marion Lady Clarke, late of "Clivedon," East Melbourne widow of Sir William John Clarke, of Rupertswood, baronet, who died on April 28 last, ...

    Article : 264 words
  8. THE PORTLAND RAILWAY.

    A deputation from South Australia, introduced by Mr. J. M. Campbell, M.P., waited on the Premier (Mr. Murray) this afternoon to urge, the construction of a ...

    Article : 535 words
  9. LIFE-SAVING SERVICE.

    Captain C. J. Clare, C.M.G., the superintendent of the Life-Saving Service in South Australia, has sent in his resignation to the ...

    Article : 563 words
  10. EXCITING BOLT IN MELBOUENE.

    A sensational bolt occurred in Elizabeth-street this afternoon, as the result of which two persons were injured and several others had narrow escapes. Frederick Wood, a ...

    Article : 313 words
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  12. IRRIGATION.

    There were only 30 applicants for 100 blocks of irrigable land at White Cliffs, on the Murray River, made available a few weeks ago, and the Minister of ...

    Article : 154 words
  13. VICTORIA.

    At the half-yearly meeting of shareholders of the Metropolitan Gas Company to-day the chairman stated that the quantity of gas sold during tho term was 819,024,000 ...

    Article : 149 words
  14. THE AMERICAN BOYS.

    The American boys to-day played their first football match on the Melbourne ground, against a team picked from the State schools north of the Yarra. As the ...

    Article : 309 words
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  17. CHURCH INTELLIGENCE.

    A meeting of converts of the Chapman-Alexander mission was held at the Pirie-street Church on Wednesday evening, the Rev. Henry Howard presiding over a good ...

    Article : 174 words
  18. YOUNG AUSTRALIA PARTY.

    The Young Australia National Party met at Calder's Agency, Citizens' Buildings, on Wednesday evening. Mr. Rowland Smith presided over a good attendance. Mr. C. M. Reid spoke in ...

    Article : 96 words
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