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  2. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 169 words
  3. City Council.

    The usual monthly meeting of the City Council took plgse at the Town Hall at eleven o'clock this morning, there being present his Worship the Mayor, and Aldermen D. O'Connor, J. Young, J. D. Young, ...

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    Cholera spreading at an alarming rate in Egypt. R.M.S. Australia, left Auckland for Honolulu at noon. Rev. John Osborne on his trial again to-day for ...

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  5. Arrival of the Melbourne.

    The Messageries Maritimes Company's steamer Melbourne arrived here yesterday from Marseilles (June 7) and Mauritius (July 2). Following is a list of her passengers:—First saloon, for ...

    Article : 103 words
  6. Sporting.

    This morning there was a good amount of useful work performed at Randwick, but nothing of a very important nature Monaghan was first out sending Sardonyra canter, Favo. Musketeer, and Norman. Keys had out Macaroni. ...

    Article : 179 words
  7. Insolvency Court.

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  9. Advertising

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  10. Marine Board.

    A meeting of the Marine Board was held yesterday afternoon. Present—Captains Hixson (president), Robertson, Jenkins, Broomfield, and M'Lean. LOSS OF THE SCHOONER BELL. ...

    Article : 643 words
  11. Madagascar Complications

    LONDON, July 15.—News has been received that Tamatave, the chief seaport of Madagascar, which is occupied by French troops, has been proclaimed a French town. The various consuls ...

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    The Norfolk trotter Perfection, imported by Mr. G. S. Yeo, in the barque Cynisca, was safely landed this morning from the ship, which is berthed at the Circular Quay. Perfection is a fine upstanding, dark brown entire, five years ...

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    There was no business to-day over the Grand National Steeplechase or the Hurdle race. Most of the bookmakers are at the pigeon match and the sale of greyhounds. The Sydney team of pigeon shooters are the favourites at ...

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    Captain Stuart then drew the attention of the board to the conspicuous bravery of two men, Stephen Donovon and Thomas Harris, in putting off from the shore in a dingy to the assistance of his crew. Only one man at a time could ...

    Article : 128 words
  16. A stolen Watch.

    At the Central police court this morning two men named Frederick Willis and Jeremiah M'Carthy were charged with stealing a silver watch and a gold chain valued at £13, from the person of John ...

    Article : 156 words
  17. Advertising

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  18. NOBLE v. NOBLE.

    SIR,—I notice by your "Notes on Current Events" in your issue of the 13th instant, eulogising the conduct of Mr. Dillon in the above case, and stating that, judging by the evidence given, there was a prima ...

    Article : 193 words
  19. Hospital Items.

    Mrs. Mary Ann Follen, a widow, residing in George-street west, sustained some injuries of a tenons character while passing along Brickfield-hill, yesterday. A bale of cotton fibre was being ...

    Article : 243 words
  20. Highland Musical Union's Concert

    A complimentary concert was tendered last night by the members and friends of the Highland Musical Union to Mr. N. G. Gehde, the talented conductor of that society. The concert was given in the ...

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    Great interest is being shown here in football circles over the match which takes place to-day, between the South Melbourne footballers and a combined Northern team, on the Albion ground. Special trains are being run for the ...

    Article : 109 words
  22. Sudden Death.

    The police have reported to the city coroner that yesternight a young man named Wm. Alexander Anyon, 23 years of age, a working jeweller, expired suddenly at his lodgings, No. 425, Kent-street. ...

    Article : 174 words
  23. Voyage of the Steamer Rook.

    The steamer Rook, which has arrived in Hobson's Bay, had as extremely narrow escape from foundering when near Wilson's Promontory, on Friday last (says the "Argus). The vessel, which is under the command of Captain Chinn, ...

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    The sculling match, in light skiffs, arranged some few weeks ago, between E. Parkinson, of Carr's Creek, and Neil Matterson, of Romornie, for £50 a-side, was rowed yesterday morning, and was witnessed by fully 400 persons. ...

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