The delegates to the Congregational jubilee held two meetings to-day. The business at the first consisted of the reading of a paper on the spiritual condition of the Congregational ...Article : 152 words
The news of the wreck of the barque Illie at the Solomon Islands reached Sydney via Brisbane on Wednesday last, but beyond the statement that the vessel was lost there was ...Article : 540 words
Messrs. Nicholas, Thomas, and Watterson, managers of the New Australasian, North Australasian, and Davies' Junction Companies respectively, inspected the Borry ...Article : 799 words
Among other article taken from the two burglars arrested in Sussex-street yesterday was on umbrella; which, at the time of the arrest, seemed an innocent enough ...Article : 307 words
The mining market opened with good demand for Duchess of Edinburgh and United Devonshire, both of whom were readily taken at good advance, and closed ...Article : 2,896 words
At the meeting of the Marine Board to-day a formal complaint was received from five passengers by the M. A. Doran, which arrived from Cape Town on the 5th inst., to the ...Article : 240 words
At a quarter past 10 o'clock last night a serious railway accident, resulting in the death of a fireman, the injury of another, and the destruction of several goods trucks loaded ...Article : 470 words
In the Supreme Court to-day, the case of Elizabeth Watkins against the Ballimba Divisional Board was concluded, The plaintiff claimed £2,000 damages on account of a ...Article : 220 words
At the District Court to-day the Tichborne case was given some prominence in connexion with a case in which Daniel Smith, an advocate of the pretensions of the claimant, sued ...Article : 195 words
A visit of inspection was paid to the dredge to-day by members of the town council. The object of the visit was to obtain information with regard to the working ...Article : 674 words
The Westmeath, which has arrived at Auckland, reports that the ship Rangitiki, from London, on February 3 in the Bay of Biscay rescued two Chinese seamen belonging to the ...Article : 99 words
The Victorian Journeymen Confectioners' Society held a meeting in the old Trades-hall last evening. The president, Mr. J. Stewart, occupied the chair, and there were about 100 ...Article : 948 words
The Hon. G. C. Hawker, wtio is now in Europe, has resigned his seat in the Assembly for the district of Victoria. A writ has been issued to fill the vacancy, the ...Article : 631 words
A daring case of robbery from a dwelling-house was reported to the police at Fitzroy yesterday. It seems that about 11 a.m. Mrs. Frey—sister of Mr. Moore, mayor of Fitzroy ...Article : 557 words
A heavy thunderstorm with hail broke over the town last night. Rain has since fallen freely. BRIDGEWATER, THURSDAY. ...Article : 360 words
An official visit was made by the officers and members of the Hawthorn Lodge I.O.O.F., to the Colfax Lodge, Richmond, on Wednesday evening. There were also ...Article : 62 words
Sir,—I submit, as one of the mildestmannered of husbands, that you should have toned down Mrs. Vurcoe's utterances at the meeting on Wednesday. "The time was ...Article : 562 words
The weather to-day was cool, the sky being overcast, and threatening rain. Five points fell last night. A correspondent at Pannoobamawm informs ...Article : 310 words
TRANSIT OF VENUS GOLD AND QUARTZ MINING COMPANY —An extraordinary meeting of shareholders was h[?]ld at P[?]r's Hotel, Collings-street west, on Wednesday, 16th May, 188[?], at 8 o'clock p.m. Busine[?]s:—To ...Article : 469 words
Fifty horses, Mr. Donald M'Donald in charge, crossed here to-day, en route from Warrnambool to Cowley station, Queensland. A few Liewah sheep which have been on this ...Article : 129 words
The following is the list of passengers to and from sydney passing through Albury, as forwarded by our correspondent:- ALBURY, THURSDAY. ...Article : 172 words
Official information has been received that Mr. Napier Broome, the new Governor, left Mauritius on the 4th inst. His Excellency the Administrator leaves Perth in time to ...Article : 300 words
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