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  • MINING INTELLIGENCE AND STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. The Argus Office, Friday Evening.

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  • THE SYDNEY STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. [BY SPECIAL WIRE.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, FRIDAY.

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  • THE ADELAIDE STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. (By TELEGRAPH FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) ADELAIDE, FRIDAY.

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  • MINING TELEGRAM. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) WALHALLA, FRIDAY.

    The monthly escort left the Bank of Victoria for Melbourne this morning with 1,890oz. of gold, being 965oz. in excess of last month, forwarded by same bank. During ... [Article] (116 words)
  • DIVIDENS.

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  • BROKEN-HILL PROPRIETARY SILVER COMPANY.

    The following notices of the above company are extracted from London financial journals:— The Money Market Review gives copions ... [Article] (374 words)
  • MINING NOTES.

    The managers report:— BROKEN-HILL PROPRIETARY, Broken-hill, April 7.—M'Calloch Shaft.—316ft. level south—Vein stuff here seems more compact and regular, and [?]ssays ... [Article] (1133 words)
  • MINING MEETING.

    THE GRANGE COLLIERY COMPANY LIMITED, Moo.— The fourth half-yearly meeting of the above company was held at the office of the company, 78 Collins-street west, on Wednesday, the 30th uls., Mr. J.J. ... [Article] (243 words)
  • THE CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH.

    The Central Board of Health met yesterday at the Treasury-buildings. There were present Mr. Akehurst (president), Drs. Tweedale, Shields, and Rose, Messrs. C. ... [Article] (655 words)
  • A DISORDERLY HOUSE.

    At the City Court on Friday, before Mr. Wilton, J.P., and several magistrates, Robert Larkin and his wife Polly Larkin were charged with being the occupiers of a house ... [Article] (298 words)
  • THE NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION. TRIENNIAL INVESTIGATION.

    An extraordinary general meeting of the members of the National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited, was held last night, at the Athen[?]um-hall, ... [Article] (2130 words)
  • THE OXFORD MILITARY COLLEGE. COLONIAL SCHOLARSHIPS.

    The Agent-General has been in communication with the secretary of the Military College recently founded at Oxford, with reference to the scholarships which it is ... [Article] (559 words)
  • THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. HONOUR EXAMINATION. FEBRUARY TERM, 1887.

    The class lists and the award of the corresponding scholarships for the final honour examination in arts in the schools of (a) natural science and (b) history, political ... [Article] (187 words)
  • THE TRINITY COLLEGE LATIN PLAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—The students og Trinity College desire to thank the following, who voluntarily gave their assistance towards promoting the success of the performance of the ... [Article] (119 words)
  • TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—In your report of the second performance of the Trinity College Latin play, a slight misprint occurred in the epilogue verse referring to our warden. The last two lines ... [Article] (65 words)
  • TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—In common with many others, I was unfortunately unable to attend either of the two representations of the above play. I therefore through the medium of ... [Article] (164 words)
  • AN APPEAL TO THE CHARITABLE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—Ten months ago Mr. Robert Harper, under the above heading, sought through your columns aid for a very aged man, above 90 years of age, who throughout life has been ... [Article] (317 words)
  • WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE WOOL TRADE. The Argus Office, Friday Evening.

    No transactions in wool have been reported in this market during the past week. The arrivals continue very limited, and are confined to small lots of scoured from ... [Article] (1397 words)
  • THE CADET RIFLE PRACTICE.

    The fifth and sixth practices for places in the Intercolonial and Wimbledon cadet teams took place yesterday during very squally weather especially at the 400 yards ... [Article] (116 words)
  • THE INLAND MAIL SERVICES. LIST OF ACCEPTED TENDERS.

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  • THE QUESTION OF RIPARIAN RIGHTS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) KERANG, THURSDAY.

    At Kerang on Wednesday his Honour Judge Worthington delivered a reserved judgment in a case in which an important question of riparian rights arose, and which ... [Article] (762 words)
  • SUPREME COURT CRIMINAL SITTINGS.

    The following is the list of cases to be tried before His Honour Mr. Justice Williams, at the April sittings of the Supreme Court, which commence on Monday next:— ... [Article] (121 words)
  • Advertising

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