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  2. VICTORIA.

    At the inquest at Warr[?]mbool on the body of Thomas Chandler, the evidence showed that the deceased apparently fell over a small embankment at the side of the ...

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  3. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL[?]

    Mr. Fisher said to-day, when asked as to the policy of the Government with respe[?] [?] the Federal capital—"There is an Act on the Statute[?]book, and we do not intend ...

    Article : 42 words
  4. TROPICAL AGRICULTURE IN INDIA.

    Prior to his departure to take up his duties as Government Resident in the Northern Territory. Mr. Justice Mitchell received a commission to enquire into the ...

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  5. EIGHT HOURS DAY.

    The Eight Hours Day celebrations are to be held this year on October 12. This will be in accordance with the Act of Parliament passed last session at the instance ...

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  6. COACHMAKERS' SOCIETY.

    At the last meeting of the Amalgamated Coach, Rolling-Stock Makers, and Wheelwrights' Society[?] held at the Trades Hall on April 29, the secretary tabled ...

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  7. NOTE ISSUE SCHEME.

    To-day when questioned with regard to his scheme of a Commonwealth note issue, the Prime Minister said it was a matter of policy which would have to be dealt ...

    Article : 101 words
  8. TWO MINERS INJURED.

    Two miners, J. Harding and J. T. Maddi[?]an employed at the South mine, were engaged underground this morning when a fall of rock occurred. Harding's arm and ...

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  9. MESSAGE FROM SIR GEORGE REID.

    The Prime Minister to-day received a cablegram from Sir George Reid. High Commissioner for the Commonwealth, congratulating him upon the accession of ...

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  10. BANK TELLER SHOOTS HIMSELF.

    An enquiry was held at Coonamble this morning concerning the death of Sidney J. Thorbu[?], teller at the Commercial Bank, who was found dead with a bullet wound ...

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  11. WATERWORKS AND SEWERS MEN.

    A deputation waited on the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. L. O'Loughlin) on Wednesday regarding the payment of wages to waterworks men engaged on sewe[?] ...

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  12. POETRY RECITAL SOCIETY.

    The inaugural meeting of the Poetry Recital Society of South Australia was [?] the Banqueting-room at the Ade[?]a[?]de Town Had on Wednesday evening[?] when t[?]ere ...

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  13. THE NATIONAL BANK.

    At the annual meeting of the National Bank to-day dividends of 6 per cent. on both preference and ordinary shares were declared. The net profit of the bank for ...

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  14. SIR ROBERT SCOTT.

    Sir Robert Scott[?] who retired on Saturday from the secretaryship of the Postal Department[?] said good-bye to the officers of the central administration to-day[?] and ...

    Article : 52 words
  15. TO AVOID RED TAPE.

    By creating a Prime Minister's branch of the External Affairs Department it is proposed to avoid a good deal of circum[?]tion which prevails under the existing ...

    Article : 145 words
  16. SUSPECTED OF BURGLARY.

    On February 8 a man broke into two residences in Shakespeare Grove, Hawthorn, and secured in all £80 worth of jewellery, &c. Some of the stolen property was ...

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  17. EAST ADELAIDE LOCAL COMMITTEE.

    The East Adelaide local committee of the United Labor Party held a social in the Trades Hall this evening, when four hours were passed pleasantly. Mr. W. ...

    Article : 101 words
  18. SHEARERS' WAGES.

    Three years ago Mr. Justice O Connor, as president of the Federal Con[?]iliation Court, made an award in Sydney granting increases in [?]h[?]arers' wag[?]s[?] which ...

    Article : 472 words
  19. SUICIDE BY SHOOTING.

    William Frederick Burn Lambert (29), a laborer[?] was found dead in his bed at New-town early this morning. He had a bul[?]et wound in his l[?]t breast, and a ...

    Article : 73 words
  20. THE BOOT TRADE.

    At a meeting of the Boot Trade Employes' Federation in Melbourne on Monday night the delegates who attended the annual inter-State conference held in ...

    Article : 189 words
  21. MORGAN DROWNING CASE.

    MORGAN, May 3.—An enquiry into the drowning last Saturday evening of John Ward was held by the Coroner (Mr. J. Symonds) on Monday[?] Mr. Sears, an ...

    Article : 271 words
  22. THE TRAMWAY FATALITY.

    It has been decided to hold an inquest at the Police Court this morning on the death of George Foreman, a blacksmith, [?] Thebarton, who died at the Adelaide ...

    Article : 62 words
  23. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Robert Maguire died at Gilgandra from anthrax. The deceased[?] who was 55 years of age, was an old resident of the district. ...

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  24. PAINTERS' APPRENTICES.

    Mr. J. Malcolm, secretary of the Master Painters' Association, has explained to us in connection with his remarks at a social of the association at the Trades Hall on ...

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  25. WHICH PORT FIRST?

    Sydney and Fremantle appear to be violently agitated regarding the question of which port shall be selected for the two Commonwealth destroyers to enter first ...

    Article : 238 words
  26. YOUTH WHO WAS SMOTHERED.

    An inquest has been held on the body of Arthur Lafferty[?] of Clarence, who was smothered as the result of a dray overturning. He was driving a dray loaded ...

    Article : 105 words
  27. A FARMER RUN OVER.

    A painful accident happened to Mr. Hermann Haby, a farmer, living on the Moorowie Blocks on Monday. While returning from Edithburgh with a load of ...

    Article : 76 words
  28. A SEAMAN DROWNED.

    Alexander Stemp (18), able seaman on the Rippingh[?]m Orange, and a[?] [?]ilor, were fishing at the Meatworks jetty, G[?]adstone, yesterday evening, when a tra[?] ...

    Article : 54 words
  29. CRUSHED TO DEATH.

    The death has occurred in the Bellingen Hospital of George Short. Short was assisting to load a log on a truck by means of [?]n iron block and steel rope. He called ...

    Article : 87 words
  30. FINE DISPLAY OF FODDER GRASSES.

    For several years Dr. Holtze has been experimenting with fo[?]der glasses at the Botani[?]e Gardens for the purpose of proving the adaptability of species to the climate of ...

    Article : 340 words
  31. FURNITURE TRADE EMPLOYES.

    A meeting of the South Australian branch of the Federated Furnishing Trades[?] Societies of Australasia, was held at the Trades Hall last evening, when ten new ...

    Article : 85 words
  32. CHILD CHOKED WHILE EATING.

    The four-year-old ch[?]d of Basil Sm[?]h, of Kerfield, near Deloraine, di[?]d to-day through choking whilst eating a p[?]e of bread. ...

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  33. BROKEN HILL.

    The audited statement of accounts and balance-sheet for the municipal half-year ended June 30, 19[?]9, was presented at last night's council meeting, and the delay was ...

    Article : 41 words
  34. STATIONMASTER'S SU[?]DE.

    William Eddy, who was railway stationmaster at Tungamah [?]or the last four years, was this morning found hanging by the neck from the ra[?]ers of the goo[?] [?]ed. ...

    Article : 94 words
  35. AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS.

    A meeting of the Adelaide branch was held at the Trades Hall last night, when Mr. George Bristowe presided over a large attendance. Three new members were ...

    Article : 74 words
  36. CONSTABLE FAREWELLED.

    HAMLEY BRIDGE, May 3.—On Monday evening M.C. Mu[?]n was made the recipient of a beautiful silver tea and coffee service (eight articles). The presentation ...

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  37. WHERE ARE THE PASSES?

    Several members of the Federal Parliament, who were defeated at the recent elections, have not returned their railway passes to the Home Affairs Department[?] ...

    Article : 137 words
  38. ENGINE[?]DRIVER AND UNION.

    Nothing further has come of the threat of the men employed underground at the South Blocks not to a[?]low them selves to be lowered by E[?]nedriver ...

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  39. A DREADFUL ORDEAL.

    Mrs. J. Holland, who resides at Caniambo, had a terrible experience on Monday night[?] She had been in Shepparton at the pig sale[?] and was driving home alone in a ...

    Article : 226 words
  40. FURNITURE TRADE.

    At a meeting of the Furniture Trades' Employes[?] Society, he[?]d at the Trades Hall last evening the matter of appointing the employes' delegates to the Wages Board ...

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  41. SILVER CITY SHOW.

    The Silver City Show was held to-day on the western oval, and the fixture was a marked success, the weather being superb and the attendance large. About ...

    Article : 123 words
  42. POTTER[?]S SULPHIDE PROCESS.

    A development which may ultimately prove of importance to those connected with zinc extraction companies has occurred in the shape of the acquisition of an ...

    Article : 501 words
  43. CURE FOR REDWATER.

    Dr. Dodd chief Veterinar officer of Queensland, who has conducted a series of experiments, is of opi[?] that in Trypanblue there is promise of a remedy for ...

    Article : 308 words
  44. COMPLAINTS BY WORKMEN.

    A deputation from men who [?]d recently left Government employment at Wa[?]ie was introduced to the Acting Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. T. Pas[?]oe) ...

    Article : 446 words
  45. THE SUGAR COMMISSION.

    Soon after the Sugar Commission was appointed a few weeks ago by the Deakin Government some doubt was expressed as to whether Mr. Justice Cohen, of the ...

    Article : 102 words
  46. TASMANIA.

    In response to an advertisement for [?] men for the [?]e mills in Queensland over 130 applications were received here, the applicants being a fine body of young men ...

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  47. A NEW INDUSTRY.

    SECOND VALLEY, May 2.—A new industry that is gradually developing itself in this district is lime-burning. Several enquiries and a few orders for lime have ...

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  48. A CYCLIST'S DEATH.

    Robert Leeder, 29 years of age, w[?]o was found uncons[?]ious near Sea Lake, and was brought to Charlton for treatment, died to-day. Death was caused by a clot of ...

    Article : 96 words
  49. VIEWS AND COMMENTS.

    "A. Monte," Glanville, referring to the award of prizes at the Exhibition for olive oil, says:—"The oil is staged as an exhibit with the label of the manufacturer on and ...

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  50. TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION.

    The 10th annual conference of the Australasian Typographical Union was continued, to-day. A resolution was carried affirming the desirability of applying for ...

    Article : 167 words
  51. CADETS' WORLD TOUR.

    Representatives of the parents of the mounted cadets who have be[?] selected for the world's tour, organised by Captain Rushall, the officer commanding the ...

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  52. THE PAPANUI.

    The New Zealand S[?]ipping Company's steamer [?]apanui, which was damaged by striking an uncharted rock on the western coast of Tasmania, and has [?]een moored ...

    Article : 96 words
  53. SPRAYING FOR BLIGHT.

    Though South Australia is not troubled by the blight which has laid waste so many of the potato crops of the eastern States, the following report on the results of tests ...

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  54. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    To-day 1,940 boxes of butter salvaged from the Peri[?]es realised 9¾d. per [?]b. at auction. The railway revenue for the March ...

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  55. SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY.

    A deputation representing 2[?]800 shopkeepers waited on the Premier (Mr. Wa[?]e) this afternoon to ask that the Saturday half-holiday should be made universal ...

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  56. MINERS' DISEASE.

    Dr. Cum[?]ston, the Royal Commissioner on miners' phthisis, took evidence at Leo[?] nora on Tuesday. Dr. O'Hara said he had only had ten cases of lung trouble in the ...

    Article : 53 words
  57. THE SENATE ELECTION.

    A meeting was held in the Mayor's Parlor on Wednesday afternoon, the Mayor (Mr. L. Cohen) presiding[?] to consider the question of tendering to Mr. David J. ...

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  58. A WIFE ASSAULTED.

    At the Richmond Court to-day William Ireland was charged with having assaulted his wife, Lucy Ireland, on April 25. The complainant, whose head was ...

    Article : 264 words
  59. A PROHIBITED IMMIGRANT.

    At the Fremantle Court to-day Poo Nung Hung, a fireman, who deserted the steamer Strath[?]ess, at Fremantle, and was arrested in a Chinese market garden outside Perth[?] ...

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  60. [?]TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "Housewife," Croydon.—We have been unable to find any recipe of the kind you want. "A. Wright," Walkervi[?]e.—Your letter regarding the spider sent to the Museum ...

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  61. THE W.A. BANK.

    The half-yearly meeting of shareholders of the W.A. Bank was held to day. The balance-sheet showed the profit, after allowing for doubtful debts, to be £27,944, which[?] ...

    Article : 74 words
  62. PARLIAMENT FURTHER PROROGUED.

    Owing to the many matters engaging the attention of the Premier (Mr. Moore) in regard to finance and immigration, it is considered desirable that he should remain ...

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  63. TASMANIA.

    R. Midwood, the champion boxe[?] of Tasmania, who is seriously ill, continues to improve. ...

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  64. APPLES FOR SOUTH AMERICA.

    Next week a further consignment of 8,000 cases of apples is to be sent to South America, making 22,000 cases this season, or three times the quantity sent last year. ...

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  65. IMMIGRATION.

    HOW QUEENSLAND IS GAINING. The Chief Secretary received a cablegram from the Agent-General to-day, intimating that 326 emigrants [?]iled for ...

    Article : 47 words
  66. INSPECTION OF FRUIT.

    The Minister of Agriculture has written Mr. Perry (New South Wales Minister), asking him to forego inspection at Hobart, seeing that the certificates issued ...

    Article : 32 words
  67. Advertising

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