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  2. Story column.

    " Listen !" said Ethel, who had been studying the playbill. " 'The following scenes of great splendour will illustrate this magnificent production: Act I., tableau 1--the old market ...

    Article : 3,507 words
  3. Australian Federation.

    The following is the text of Sir S. W. Griffith's speech at the Federation Conference last week, as reported by the Melbourne Argus:- - ...

    Article : 3,449 words
  4. Temperance Meetings.

    The usual weekly meeting of the Hope of South Brisbane Lodge, I.O.G.T., was held in the School of Arts, West End, last evening, Bro. H. Fullager. C.T., presiding. ...

    Article : 110 words
  5. A Detective's Experience with Female Offenders.

    There is no question but that the average detective had rather deal with five male than one female law-breaker. Catch a woman breaking the law, and she will resort to ...

    Article : 2,457 words
  6. City Mission Social.

    The City Mission Hall was filled last night by a large crowd of working people, and a most interesting social was held. Mr. Stewart conducted the meeting first in the open air. ...

    Article : 162 words
  7. Publications Received.

    The second issue of the Fireman is to hand, and a perusal of its pages proves that the literary department is in good hands, for the number under notice is really better than the ...

    Article : 565 words
  8. A Ruffian Guillotined.

    Kaps, the boy murderer, was guillotined on the Place de la Roquette, Paris. We learn this criminal was arrested for having shot his mistress, a girl named Leontine Drien. She ...

    Article : 475 words
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