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  • CONGREGATIONAL UNION. ANNUAL SESSION.

    The Congregational Union continued its sessions in the Independent-hall, Russellstreet, yesterday, the president (the Rev. Dr. Bevan) occupying the chair. ... [Article] (941 words)
  • EVENING MEETING. PRESENT DAY TENDENCIES.

    The meeting in the evening was in the Congregational Church, and it was attended by a large gathering. The Rev. Dr. Bevan presided, and addresses were ... [Article] (887 words)
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  • THE COLLINGWOOD RAILWAY. LAND VALUATIONS. REMARKABLE DIFFERENCE OF OPINION.

    The Railways Standing Committee have for some time been unable to satisfactorily dispose of the question of the Collingwood railway line owing to the extraordinary ... [Article] (598 words)
  • ELECTRICITY AGAINST STEAM. A LIVELY SCENE. MR. MELVILLE RETIRES.

    Subsequent to the taking of the evidence the committee met in private, and considered at some length the various valuations and estimates which had been placed ... [Article] (624 words)
  • FIRE AT ELSTERNWICK.

    A fire broke ort at premises at the rear of a house at Alexandra-avenue, Elsternwick, at aboutt 1 p.m. yesterday. A onestall stable and a fowl-house were ... [Article] (120 words)
  • CHARITY IN THE FACTORIES. TO THE EDITOR OF TEH ARGUS.

    Sir,—In your issue of teh 24th inst. a letter appears dated the 22nd inst. and signed F.B.Patterson wherein he draws the attecntion of the publie to an casy way ... [Article] (211 words)
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  • WOMEN'S FRANCHISE LEAGUE. MISS MICHIE ON MUNICIPAL COUNCILS. "NOT THE PLACE FOR DRINDING."

    A meeting, convened by the Women's Franchise League, was held lasr evening at 20 Russell-street, to cousider the position of the cause. About thirty ladies, and about ... [Article] (565 words)
  • INTERRUPTED MILK DELIVERIES TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—The questionn as whether stale milk affects seriously the health of haildren and infants is one which the opinion of the medical faculty should command ... [Article] (338 words)
  • MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE. CRITICISM OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC HEALTH.

    At the meeting of the Brighton Council on Monday night a copy of a letter seat to the secreiary of the Brighton Free Library was reveived from the Boaed of public Health. It contained ... [Article] (982 words)
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  • MESSRS. M'INTYRE BROS.' NEW PREMISES.

    One of the few reaily new premises which have been creeted in Melbourne during the past five years is the handsome five-story warechouse in Elizabeth-steeet, of which ... [Article] (556 words)
  • ALLEGED ABDUCTION, SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST AN ITALIAN.

    Before Messrs. Hartnell, Sheedy, Tatnall, and Smith, J.P.'s, at the Richmond Court yestterday, Peter Rogeris, an ltalian, was charged with the abduction of Mary Jordan, ... [Article] (641 words)
  • "INDISCREET, BUT FORTUNATE." ELIZABETH TAYLOR ACQUITTED.

    "I think it is only right that I should express my feelings in reference to this case," said Mr. Justic Holroyd in the Criminal Court yesterday. (To the defendant)."You ... [Article] (255 words)
  • BURGLARY AT SOUTH MLLIIOURNE.

    Some time during Tuesday night the premises of John Berbone, grocer, of 90 Montague-street, South melbourne, were cetered by burglars, When Mr. Berbone went to ... [Article] (85 words)
  • LATE WORK FOR CLERKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—While the working hours of tradesmen are so carefully limited and protected by low, why should unfoutrnate clerks, in even the most prosperous and ... [Article] (145 words)
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  • SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. THIS WEEK'S EVENTS.

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  • "THE AUSTRALASIAN"

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  • NOTES AND CHAT. By GOODWOOD.

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  • THE BETTING MARKET.

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  • ARCOT RACES.

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  • KENSINGTON PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES. SYDNEY, Wednesday.

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  • CYCLING.

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  • TWENTY-FIVE MILES ROAD RACE. CASTLEMAINE, Wednesday.

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  • CRICKET. PENNANT MATCHES.

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  • EAST MELBOURNE V. FITZROY.

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  • HAWKSBURN V. CARLTON.

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  • LAWN TENNIS. FEDERAL TOURNAMENT.

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  • POLO. ENGLAND V. VICTORIA.

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  • COURSING. SYDNEY, Wednesday.

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  • BOWLS. THE INTERCOLONIAL TEAM.

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  • ST. COLUMB'S BAZAAR AT ESSENDON. OPENED BY LORD BRASSEY.

    His Excellency the Governor opened a bazaar and fancy fair in the Essendon Townhall yesteday afternoon, in aid of the funds of St. Columba's Convent. On arival Lord ... [Article] (342 words)
  • VINEGAR FOR A CRAYFISH.

    A case was heard in the City Court yesterday, before Mr. C. J. Cookd (chairman) and Mr. S. Laneashire, J.P.'s, in which a sailor named John Denton was charged ... [Article] (355 words)
  • DENOMINA ATIONNAL STATISTICS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—Professor Cosman complaine yesterday that the statistics of the committee of the Congegational Union were hased on insuflicient date. The following statement ... [Article] (352 words)
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  • PERMEWAN, WRIGHT, AND CO.

    The ordinary gemeral meeting of Permewan, Wright, and Co. Ltd, was held at the company's offices, 541 Bourke-street, yesterday afternoon. Colonel A. M. Greenfiedld, ... [Article] (408 words)
  • RESISTING THE POLICE. NORWEGIAN SAILORS.

    Flinders-street, in the vicinity of Queen's bridge, was the secen of a certam amount of excirtement in the small hours of yesterday morning. Five Norwegian sailors were ... [Article] (121 words)
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