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AUSTRALIAN

United Press Association—TCy Electric Telegraph—Copyright

Received May 8, 9.45 p.m. Hospital Saturday in Sydney, Sydney, May 8 Despite the incessant heavy rain Hospital Saturday street! collections amounted to only £30 less than last year. Indoor collections brought up the amount up to i 54,555. When the lists finally close, it is expected the collection will fully equal the previous year's. Death of a Jockey. Melbourne, May 8 Michael Mooney, the well known cross country rider, was killed while riding in the Steeplechase at Caulfield on Saturday. Ship Damaged in a Gale. The ship Comberme, bound from New Torfc to Hong Kong, put in disabled. She was partially dismasted and otherwise damaged in & )?ale off Cape Leuwin. Part of the craw also refused daty with the object of compelling the captain to seek assistance here. During the voyage chief officer Rae suicided. Socialism. Brisbane, May 8 Me Carruthers, visiting Queensland, declared h» was heart and soul with Mr Eeid in his anti-socialistic campaign. The Labour partyin advocating collectivism were raising a monster which would ultimately devour them.

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AUSTRALIAN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6564, 8 May 1905

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AUSTRALIAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6564, 8 May 1905

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