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  2. PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of the Melbourne Philharmonic Society took place last evening at the Mechanics' Institute Mr. Justice Barry occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 1,904 words
  3. ELECTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS COMMITTEE.

    The Committee of Elections and Qualifications met yesterday, pursuant to adjournment, to consider and take evidence upon a petition presented to the legislature on the 8th day of November ...

    Article : 2,200 words
  4. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY l8, I860.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, after the conclusion of some introductory business, Mr. O'SHANASSY moved the insertion in the Estimates for 1860 of a Sum of £50,000 for the ...

    Article : 6,709 words
  5. CRICKET.

    The general anticipation that the Eighteen of Collingwood, who certainly had not the worst of the game on Saturday afternoon, would resume their match with the Victorian Eleven on ...

    Article : 1,602 words
  6. THE NEW GOLD-FIELD.

    Sir,—In The Argus of this day there is some account of a new gold-field having been disocovered by the Messrs. M'Crea and the "men in their employ." The Argus says, "It is very ...

    Article : 793 words
  7. VOLUNTEER RIFLE MEETING IN NORTH MELBOURNE.

    A meeting was held yesterday evening, at the Canada Hotel, Madeline-street, North Melbourne, for the purpose of taking steps to form a Volunteer Rifle Company in that locality, North ...

    Article : 1,229 words
  8. TELEGKRAPHIC DESPATCHES.

    Saturday's match will not be continued, but a new one will be got up. The Champion Eleven aro practising on the military ground. The Council meet to-morrow. ...

    Article : 70 words
  9. BAZAAR FOR THE LYING-IN HOSPITAL.

    A meeting of ladies and gentlemen interested in the above undertaking, was held yesterday afternoon, at the Mechanics' Institute. The Hon. John Hodgson, M.L.C., occupied ...

    Article : 579 words
  10. LIFE POLICIES AND RIFLE CORPS.

    Sir,—In reply to the inquiry of "A Cautious Man," in this morning's Argus, as to whether his being enrolled as a rifleman does not endanger his policy, I beg to inform him that the clause in ...

    Article : 552 words
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