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  2. BALLARAT COLLEGE.

    The annual distribution of prizes to the pupils attending that well known and successful scholastic establishment, the Ballarat College, took place at the Academy of Music yesterday ...

    Article : 887 words
  3. THE CATASTROPHE AT THE NEW AUSTRALASIAN MINE.

    About 7 o'clock a.m. the welcome news was brought to the surface by T. Clark and Spencer that the rescuing party, about 10 feet from the No. 11 rise sang out lustily, and ...

    Article : 914 words
  4. NAMES OF THE SAVED.

    The scene on the mine is most deplorable. The relatives of the deceased men are in a state of great agony. The correct list of men saved is as follows:—J. Mauley, Patrick Bowen, ...

    Article : 312 words
  5. THE DECEASED MINERS.

    Concerning the deceased men, it may be stated that Clifton, who was a good singer, and a universal favourite, was ever ready to render assistance to any charitable object. He ...

    Article : 236 words
  6. NAMES OF THE DEAD.

    All the bodies are now out of the shaft, and await the inquest in the changiog-room. The names of the dead are as follow:- Dargon, Carmoody, sen, Trescothick, Gower, ...

    Article : 252 words
  7. THE WRITING ON MANLEY’S BILLY.

    The following is the inscription on the tin billy mentioned in Manley's narrative:—“You go up No. 11—11—11, "the figures being repeated right round the billy; his name, “J. ...

    Article : 75 words
  8. SANDHURST.

    A meeting convened by the mayor was held in the Town Hall this afternoon to raise funds to assist the widows and orphans of miners lost in the Australasian mine, Creswick. ...

    Article : 200 words
  9. THE WIDOWS AND ORPHANS.

    In accordance with the recently adopted rule of the A.M.A., a levy of 11s per head will be made upon each member, and we learn that the members have resolved to make only ...

    Article : 215 words
  10. CORBETT'S STATEMENT.

    Thomas Corbett, who lies at the Creswick Hospital, is Buffering from Bore throat, and requires medical attention for a few days. He eays:—“I was one of the men working in the ...

    Article : 486 words
  11. BALLARAT SYMPATHY.

    Mr M. Loughlin, as will be seen by the following-telegram, has promptly come to the front:-"Queenscliff, Thursday. Telegram for Editor of Ballarat Star.—Put me down on ...

    Article : 1,338 words
  12. THE DISCOVERY.

    During last night the searchers were much hindered, owing to bad air, consequent upon previously undiscovered Injuries to the airpipe. This being rectified, a successful ...

    Article : 526 words
  13. THE FEELING AT CLUNES.

    Our Clones correspondent writes under Thursday's date:—"The appalling catastrophe at the New Australasian mine at Creswick has caused intense excitement here. When the ...

    Article : 281 words
  14. OTHER INCIDENTS.

    James R. Spargo, Thos. Clough, and James Harris, the enginedrivers, nobly stuck to their work during the whole of the trying time, and the feat accomplished by them is said to ...

    Article : 470 words
  15. SPORTING NEWS.

    The cup match between the Wendouree and Ballarat Albion will be resumed at 2 o'clock on Saturday. A match will be played on the Saxon ...

    Article : 338 words
  16. BOWEN’S STATEMENT.

    Our reporter also visited the house at Creswick of John Patrick Bowen, situated at the head of the Botanical Gardens. His mother and sisters were there, but ...

    Article : 496 words
  17. LATEST PARTICULARS.

    The funeral of the unfortunate miners will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock, when the last sad rites will be performed over the bodies prior to interment in the Creswick ...

    Article : 170 words
  18. COMMENCEMENT OF THE INQUEST.

    The proceedings at the inquest were opened by Mr J. C. Thomson, P.M., in the office at the claim. Sergeant Moran had selected a list of names of those considered suitable, and ...

    Article : 347 words
  19. PUBLIC MEETING AT CRESWICK.

    The Mayor of Creswick (Mr Luttet) has convened a public meeting, to be held at the Creswick Town Hall this evening, in order to show practical sympathy with the ...

    Article : 69 words
  20. ON THE SURFACE

    the bodies of the unfortunate miners were taken into the changing-room, where Drs Tremearne and Bell were in attendance. The blankets were removed from them, and the ...

    Article : 156 words
  21. MANLEY'S NARRATIVE.

    Our reporter interviewed one of the survivors (Manley) at his home. Manley states:— "When Carmoody gave the alarm to Chegwin and me we took a shoot each of two, up which ...

    Article : 880 words
  22. MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.

    The mayor has received a telegram from his Excellency the Governor, expressing earnest sympathy for the sad misfortune that has happened the district. ...

    Article : 28 words
  23. LIBERAL DONATIONS.

    It is said that Mr David Syme, proprietor of the Age, has donated 100 guineas towards the relief fund. The amount is supplemented by other private subscriptions. ...

    Article : 29 words
  24. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,586 words
  25. CRITICAL CONDITION OF KIRK.

    At the time of writing I hear that all the survivors are getting on very well with the exception of Kirk, an inmate of the hospital, who is now suffering from inflammation of the ...

    Article : 65 words
  26. THE SCENE BELOW.

    The five survivors were found by the rescuing party in the top of the No. 11 jumpup. The water rose up in this until they were compelled to put their heads between the ...

    Article : 468 words
  27. P. MOLONEY'S STATEMENT.

    P. Moloney appeared to be the strongest of the five survivors. After being removed to the changing room he was attended to by Drs Tremearne and Bell and their assistants. He, ...

    Article : 1,027 words
  28. SEBASTOPOL COUNCIL.

    Present—Mayor Leckie (in the charir), and Crs Mathes, Williams, Dickinson, Alroe, Bateman, Kenworthy, Hughes. Correspondence.—No correspondence of any ...

    Article : 130 words
  29. THE MINERS’ ASSOCIATION.

    Mr George Williams and the principal officers of the A.M.A. of Victoria, being of the opinion that the claims of the miners to fair representation on the jury had nob been considered, ...

    Article : 127 words
  30. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 2 words
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