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  2. Victorian Mining.

    The annual report of the Victorian Mines Department for 1891 sets forth that there is evidence of vitality in most of the great mining centres of the colony, which is most gratifying as regards ...

    Article : 1,544 words
  3. Large Fire in Melbourne.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.-Between 5 and 6 o'clock this morning a fire broke out in Messrs. James Service and Company's premises, at the corner of William and Collins streets. The top ...

    Article : 325 words
  4. The Charges Against Mr. Eddy.

    The public gallery in the Equity Court is always well filled before the commencement of the proceedings of the Royal Commission appointed to investigate the charges against Mr. Eddy, and it ...

    Article : 1,906 words
  5. Charge of Fraud

    After our first edition want to press yesterday, the following additional evidence was taken: Sylvia Darley, daughter of Sir F. and Lady Darley, remembered having seen accused when ...

    Article : 342 words
  6. Suspicions Death of a Woman.

    After our first edition went to press yesterday, Thomas Colquohoun, continuing his evidence, said he had never seen Dr. Smith before he saw him in his office at Beale's Chambers. The ...

    Article : 1,106 words
  7. Yesterday's Brevities.

    The Earl of Glasgow, the newly-appointed Governor of New Zealand, the Countess of Glasgow, family, and suite left Sydney the afternoon in the steam yacht Hinemoa for Wellington. ...

    Article : 640 words
  8. In Bankruptcy.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 558 words
  9. The Weather.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.-Rain is falling heavily to-day. The sea at Largs Bay was so rough that communication with the mail steamer at anchorage was well nigh impossible. ...

    Article : 82 words
  10. The Black Labor Question.

    Mr. Barton, Acting-Premier, has received the following telegram from the Premier of South Australia (Mr. Playford): "We have under consideration the question of ...

    Article : 239 words
  11. Central Licensing Court.

    The usual weekly meeting of the Central Licensing Court was held yesterday before Mr. J. Giles, D.S.M. The following transfers of publicans' licences ...

    Article : 153 words
  12. The Picturesque Atlas.

    NOWRA, Tuesday.-In the District Court before Judge Murray yesterday, the Picturesque Atlas Company recovered verdicts in several actions, and in a Supreme Court issue sent down for trial ...

    Article : 123 words
  13. The Share Market.

    On 'Change this morning no new features presented themselves. Block 10 were a little firmer, and sold at 6d more than closing quotations on Monday, when they were quitted at 83s. Broken ...

    Article : 624 words
  14. Property Sales.

    Messrs. Bait, Rodd, and Purves yesterday offered the following properties for sale by auction: Brick-built house, 61 King-street, Newtown, on land having about 20ft frontage to King-street ...

    Article : 165 words
  15. Ministers at Temora.

    TEMORA, Tuesday.-Mr. F. B. Suttor, Acting-Colonial Secretary, and Mr. Kidd, Postmaster-General, together with Messrs. Crick and Gough, arrived at Temora at half-past 2 o'clock this ...

    Article : 94 words
  16. Daring Shop Robberies.

    Robert Donaldson, 28, carpenter, was charged before Mr. J. Giles, at the Central Police Court yesterday, with having stolen articles of clothing, valued at £14, the property of Sam Hing. ...

    Article : 172 words
  17. Did Not Pay.

    Michael Kerans was charged at the Redfern P. Court on Tuesday with disobeying an order of the court for the maintenance of his mother. It appeared that his mother is confined in one of ...

    Article : 142 words
  18. Audacious Robbery.

    Charles Hall, who it was subsequently ascertained had spent a large portion of his time in Darlinghurst since 1885, was found guilty at the sessions on Tuesday on an indictment charging ...

    Article : 453 words
  19. A Disputed Mining Share.

    The Equity suit, Robberds v. Tidswell, was concluded before his Honor Mr. Justice Manning Tuesday. It was a suit in which the plaintiff, William Henry Robberds, a solicitor practising at ...

    Article : 351 words
  20. At the Statue.

    A meeting of the unemployed, numbering 500 or more, was held at the Queen's Statue, Chancery Square, on Tuesday, to protest against the action of Mr. M'Masters, a Government ...

    Article : 190 words
  21. Theft of Tools.

    George Harris, alias Davis, was charged at the Redfern P. Court yesterday with stealing four saws and a large quantity of other carpentering tools, value £7, the property of Thomas Moselle ...

    Article : 120 words
  22. False Registration.

    GRAFTON, Tuesday.-Anna Feuberg, now under committal for trial for musing a Vernon boy, lately in her employ, was charged to-day before Messrs. A. L. M'Dougal, P.M., and ...

    Article : 80 words
  23. The Name Above the Door.

    John Evans was charged at the Redfern Police Court Tuesday with not having placed His name [?]bove the door of the Alexandria Hotel, Garden-street, Alexandria. Inspector Lawless said that ...

    Article : 155 words
  24. Bully and His Wife.

    At the quarter sessions yesterday, Nellie Robbins and John Robbins pleaded not guilty to a charge oE having oh May 17 stolen £27 and other articles from the person of James Burns. On the night ...

    Article : 114 words
  25. Jerilderie-Deniliquin Railway

    The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works met yesterday, and opened the inquiry into the proposal to construct a line of railway from Jerilderie to Deniliquin. It is ...

    Article : 51 words
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