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  2. FURTHER Extracts by the Mail.

    THE examinations of Ernest Boulton and Frederick William Park resulted in their committal for felony, and others fur misdemeanour. Medical evidence was given implicating the aroused ...

    Article : 3,237 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,122 words
  4. Another Suspected Murder at Melbourne.

    SHORTLY after twelve o'clock on Monday night, a female, whose name is at present unknown, was found dead in the house of a woman of the town named Mary Williams, living in Juliet-terrace. ...

    Article : 431 words
  5. Markets.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 378 words
  6. America.

    COLLISION ON THE ST. LOWS RAILWAY.-The following are the details of a railway collision which happened twenty-nine miles west of St. Louis, Missouri, on May 12th, by which nineteen persons were killed ...

    Article : 222 words
  7. The Volunteers.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 603 words
  8. Fire at Adelaide.

    ON Monday morning at half-past five o'clock, the Port police observed an extensive fire suddenly burst forth in the direction of Alberton. Deputy Superintendent Reid and his firemen at once proceeded to ...

    Article : 504 words
  9. Spanish Brigands.

    Two English gentlemen of the name of Bonell were carried off on the 21st of May, by marauders, four miles from Gibraltar. A ransom of 27,000 dollars was demanded, and they were detained till it was paid. ...

    Article : 908 words
  10. What we saw at a Seance of a Clairvoyant.

    A SHORT time since one of our reporters was notified that a distinguished lady clairvoyant had arrived in the city, and as soon as an opportunity offered she would give a private seance. Yesterday we received ...

    Article : 686 words
  11. France.

    A turbulent demonstration was made on May 27th by the students of the University of France at the lecture of M. Laboulaye, the Professor of Public Law, on account of the latter's recent nomination of Senator. ...

    Article : 308 words

    The drooping willows whisper soft, the sedges murmur low, The water-[?]ies white unveil their breasts of gleaming snow; The kingfisher, a living gem, flits like a meteor by, The sun goes down, the star of eve upriseth in the sky. ...

    Article : 667 words
  13. Turkey.

    A FEARFUL fire broke out at one a.m. on June 5, in Pera, which was not got under until nearly midnight-In consequence of a strong wind, the lames spread with alarming rapidity, and the English Embassy, the ...

    Article : 776 words
  14. The Laws Relating to Horse-racing.

    IN the House of Commons, on the 24th May, Mr. Hughes bated the necessity for legislation on the utter failure of the Jockey Club to deal with the evils of betting and the deterioration of the bleed of horses by ...

    Article : 297 words



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