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  2. Sporting.

    At Caulfield this moraine Friendless was given three turns on the grass at a good working pace. Midnight, having Angler for schoolmaster, did two turns over the schooling fences. Novelette was treated to two mild turns ...

    Article : 317 words
  3. PARLIAMENT.

    Mr. DALLEY, in reply to Mr. Piddington, said that the question of increasing the fares upon the losing lines, in order to protect the public from further loss, is under the consideration of the ...

    Article : 1,034 words
  4. Melbourne Newsboys.

    The Rev. Andrew Hardie mentioned a pleasing little incident at a meeting of the Melbourne Presbytery this morning. He said that the ladies of the Scots' Church congregation have determined to look ...

    Article : 109 words
  5. TELEGRAMS.

    [Some of the following items appeared in our second and third editions of yesterday.] A girl named Mary Dwyer gave birth to a child and put the body in a water-closet. She says that ...

    Article : 184 words
  6. "An Incorrigible Rogue."

    William Barnes was remanded until Friday on the plain charge of being an "incorrigible rogue." He is suspected of having been concerned in a recent attempt at burglary in Dr. Beaney's. This is the ...

    Article : 173 words
  7. CAULFIELD CUP ACCEPTANCES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 386 words
  8. South Australian News.

    The Government has entered into a contract with the Orient Steamship Co. for a fortnightly mail service, alternating (as far as the monsoons will permit) with the P. and O. service. The Orient Co. will ...

    Article : 143 words
  9. The "Evening News."

    Mr. Bruce Smith, the well-known barrister, who has removed from Sydney to Melbourne, in order to manage the business of Messrs. W. Howard Smith and Sons (limited), wrote an article on Sydney, in the ...

    Article : 123 words
  10. Gambling at Caulfield.

    A mulatto-looking man named Isidore Perlstein, who is well known about racecourses and billiard saloons, was remanded this morning to Prahran on a charge of having chiselled a yokel out of £18 by a ...

    Article : 199 words
  11. Braidwood Items.

    Mr. C. P. Henville, an old resident of the Braidwood district, died yesterday after a brief illness, at the age of 75 years. Much sympathy is expressed with his widow and children. ...

    Article : 79 words
  12. MELBOURNE SPORTING NEWS.

    A moderate amount of business was done in Bowes's Lounge this afternoon. There was a great run on Helene for the Caulfield Cup, and also on Vergy. Ail the money at 100 to 3 was taken about the Adelaide filly, and more was ...

    Article : 214 words
  13. Dubbo Items.

    The petition signed by over 1000 residents of the Dubbo district, advocating the extension of the railway to Narrabri and Walgett from Dubbo and Coonamble, instead of from Mudgee to Walgett via ...

    Article : 152 words
  14. A Policeman Sent to Gaol.

    At the criminal sittings of the Supreme Court, to-day, Police-constable Michael Cussck was charged with having stolen from the Stag Inn, in Rundle-street, one flask of whisky, valued at 1s. The ...

    Article : 135 words
  15. FLEMINGTON GALLOPS.

    At Flemington this morning the weather was cold and sharp, with a white frost. A good number of touts were present. About 300 horses worked, but nothing sensational occurred. Morrison began shortly before 5 o'clock. He ...

    Article : 659 words
  16. Maitland Items.

    At the inquest held by the coroner yesterday on the body of Mrs. Rutland, who died from the effects of severe burns on Sunday night, the evidence revealed the fact that the deceased was subject to fits ...

    Article : 278 words
  17. Protection in South Australia.

    A large meeting of manufacturers and producers was held last evening to consider the Treasurer's reply to the deputation which waited upon him in reference to the tariff. The reply said that the ...

    Article : 263 words
  18. The Lancefield Murder.

    The Executive Council met to-day in order to deliberate as to whether the last sentence of the law should be carried into effect in the case of the man William O'Brien, who was condemned to death for the ...

    Article : 741 words
  19. The Deniliquin Murder.

    I have interviewed the police re the alleged confession of the Stevensons, and they still persist that there is no truth in the rumour. Sergeant Rowe interviewed the Stevensons this morning, and found ...

    Article : 81 words
  20. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour. QUESTIONS. Ministers answered questions on the notice paper, none of which was of any general public interest. ...

    Article : 4,185 words
  21. LATEST MELBOURNE BETTING.

    There was little betting yesterday owing to the settling, which was greatly in favour of the bookmakers. Martini-Henry was lacked to win £2000 at 100 to 6. In the evening quite a commotion was created owing to a youth of ...

    Article : 197 words
  22. Presentation.

    A pleasing ceremony tooK place here on Saturday night, when Mr. Walter Redriff, of the Postal and Telegraph Department, was presented with a gold chain and appendage by the ...

    Article : 80 words
  23. Cowra Selectors.

    A meeting of selectors and others was held in the Great Western Hotel, Cowra, yesterday, when a number of persona enrolled themselves as members of the society known as "The Land and Industrial ...

    Article : 58 words
  24. Anglican Synod.

    This body concluded its fifth session on Tuesday. The business transacted was chiefly of a formal character. The report of the committee appointed to consider whether farther legislation for cemeteries ...

    Article : 103 words
  25. Newcastle Coal Export.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 90 words
  26. Riverstone.

    A large and influential meeting was held at Mr. G. Ireland's Hotel, Riverstone, on Friday evening last, to elect a permanent progress committee, who should represent the interests of the district and carry out ...

    Article : 123 words
  27. Mining News.

    ROCKHAMPTON, Tuesday.—Very favourable news has been received from Golden Bar. The Rosewood reef is from 9in to 1ft wide, and continues very rich. ...

    Article : 30 words
  28. COAL IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday,—A report has come to hand showing that a genuine discovery of coal has been made by Mr. Walter Hould, on his run, about 100 miles north of Fowler's Bay. It was found about ...

    Article : 135 words
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