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    SIR,—I was some what surprised, no to say indignant, when I read a letter in last Saturday "Standard" signed by J. C Taylor, hon. sec. of Graham's brass band the tenor ...

    Article : 607 words

    Robert Conway and Charles M. Olsea were chained with the above offence. Constable Mason said that on Saturday evening the accused were fighting outside the shop ...

    Article : 278 words
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    It is within the recollection of all that recently the man Holland, late teller in the Port Melbourne branch of the National Bank, appropriated, during the ...

    Article : 523 words
  7. TUESDAY, December 13th.

    W. Smith was charged with having no visible means of support and hiving no place of abode. Constable Kinmburg stated that he had known the lad for some months past. ...

    Article : 287 words
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    We have to inform Secretaries of clubs and others that all reports of sports must reach this paper not later than Thursday morning to secure insertion in the next Saturday's issue. ...

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  10. CRICKET.

    Port Melbourne Wesleys' v. Fitzroy Wesleys. This match was concluded on Saturday last. resulting in Port's first defeat, Fitzroy winning the match by 9 wickets. The scores ...

    Article : 395 words
  11. WEDNESDAY, December 14th. Before the Mayor (Mr. J.J, Bartlett). J.P.

    [?] night the accused was outside the London ...

    Article : 106 words
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  13. THURSDAY, December 15th.

    Frederick Jackson was charged with stealing a coat and pair of trousers from the shop of Mr. Coleman H. Gohen in Bay street. The accused, after stealing the goods, ...

    Article : 110 words
  14. FRIDAY, December 16th.

    James Minnie was charged with insulting behaviour and resisting the police. Constables Walsh and Hickie arrested the accused near the London Hotel. The ...

    Article : 130 words

    The second] event for the Mayor's Trophy and prizes by Messrs. Young and [?] weather was very different to the provides ...

    Article : 89 words

    Mr. F. G. Francis inaugurated and carried out a concert of a superior character in the Town Hall on Thursday evening last. The audience was not a large one, but this ...

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    During the hearing of a case in the local court, on Thursday last, it transpired that if a person reporting a case to the police did not reside in that particular police district ...

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