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  2. The Parliament.

    The PRESIDENT TOOK the Chair at 2 o'clock. It -was stated by the CHIEF SECRETARY, in reply to Mr. EVEBARD, . that the Government had decided upon adopting the system of free ...

    Article : 179 words
  3. GEORGE ELIOT.

    Miss Spence lectured under the auspices of the Unitarian Young Men's Society upon this subject in the Town Hall Exchange Room on Thursday evening, the 24th instant. The lecturer ...

    Article : 1,270 words
  4. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.

    The SPEAKER took the Chair at 2 o'clock. It was stated, in reply to questions, that the Government' would consider the question of forming another level crossing at Brompton; that ...

    Article : 494 words
  5. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    HINDMARSH WARD— An orderly meeting of about a hundred electors was held at the Hotel Europe, on Wednesday evening, Councillor Stacy presiding. Dr. Peel said ...

    Article : 2,410 words
  6. CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH.

    Present — Dr. Goese, President, all the members, and the Secretary. Letters were read from residents at Greenock with continued complaints of the nuisance ...

    Article : 233 words
  7. THE GLENELG BATHING COMPANY.

    An ordinary general meeting of this Company was held at the Town Hall Buildings on Wednesday, November 22, Mr. J. F. Wigley presiding. Although there was-a rather small attendance, ...

    Article : 493 words
  8. BOARDS OF HEALTH.

    the Inspector reported satisfactorily of the state of the district. Two letters- were received stating that notices had beep complied with. GUN ACCIDENT.—Elijah Croft a boy at Pekina ...

    Article : 778 words
  9. THE RAILWAY DEBATE.

    At the present rate of progress the discussion in the Assembly upon the second reading of the Railway Construction Bill will not be finished until well on in December. ...

    Article : 900 words
  10. THE PUBLIC PURPOSE LOAN BILL IN THE COUNCIL.

    Contrary to expectation the Stamp Duties Bill Was not Abated yesterday in the Legislative Council, the House halving spent the whole afternoon in a vert lively discussion in ...

    Article : 1,193 words
  11. THE CITY AUDIT.

    Sir—The proceedings on this question, as reported in yours of yesterday, are simply inimitable. To see how our worthy Councillors were quite content to sit upon me without ...

    Article : 512 words
  12. KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD.

    A meeting of about 120 ratepayers of this Municipahty was held in the Town Hall, Norwood, on Wednesday evening. The Mayor (Mr. H. Hughes) presided, and read the ...

    Article : 788 words
  13. THEATRE ROYAL.

    Last evening “Queen Elizabeth” was repeated at the Royal by express desire, and the house was crammed from floor to ceiling by a large and appreciative, audience. The first act, as on the ...

    Article : 487 words
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