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  2. NOTES AT HOME AND ABROAD.

    A good story, for the accuracy of which we can vouch (writes a correspondent of the Pall Mall Gazette, on 31st May), is "going around,' anent Mr. Irving's and Miss Ellen Terry's visit ...

    Article : 2,574 words
  3. CANADA AND AUSTRALIA.

    At last Canada seems to have awakened to the fact that there is such a place as Australia. It certainly had not fully appreciated this in June and July last, when I visited the ...

    Article : 2,250 words
  4. OUR LONDON LETTER.

    The Queen's birthday attractions were carried out with the usual formalities this year. The distribution of honors appeared to cause general dissatisfaction and disappointment to ...

    Article : 3,915 words
  5. THE DAY WILL COME.

    Lord Cheriton sent his valet and his portmanteau to Victoria-street in a cab, and walked to Hercules-buildings. It was a short distance from the terminus, and the movement was a ...

    Article : 6,421 words
  6. MARINE COURT OF INQUIRY.

    SIR,--It appears to me that two very serious irregularities are at present occuring in connection with the above court, and I should like to know how far I am right. They are as follows:-- ...

    Article : 276 words
  7. SUPREME COURT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 911 words
  8. RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

    SIR,--Everyone who is acquainted with the laws of motion and the effect of tension will agree that Mr. H. Hyne is correct in his philosophy of the cause of trains leaving the rails at ...

    Article : 224 words
  9. HOTEL PROSECUTIONS.

    At the St. Kilda court on Tuesday, Robert Leeson, licensee of the Alma Hotel, East St. Kilda, was prosecuted by Sub-inspector Swale on a charge of permitting an unlawful game to ...

    Article : 328 words
  10. THE FLINDERS AND KANGERONG LOAN PROPOSAL.

    SIR,--As the loan for the shire of Flinders and Kangerong is to be submitted to the vote of the ratepayers on Tuesday next, I crave space in your valuable columns to place a few facts ...

    Article : 519 words
  11. NEW PATENTS.

    On Thursday the Attorney-General granted letters patent to the following applicants :-- Mr. James S. Burroughes, of Burroughes and Watts, London, for "An improved board or table ...

    Article : 238 words
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