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  2. The Simpson's Road Bank Robbery.

    Four men, named Thomas Millige, John Caney, George Fortune, and Thomas M'Mahon, were arraigned on Monday at the criminal sittings, before Judge Cope and a ...

    Article : 856 words
  3. Serious Mining Accident.

    A serious accident occurred at the Sir Henry Loch mine to-day. It appears that two miners, William Sleeman, aged fifty, married, and Charles Badge, aged ...

    Article : 637 words
  4. Terrible Machinery Accident.

    An inquest was held on Tuesday by Mr. Gaudier, at Hawthorn, upon the body of Alfred Robert Uther, aged twenty-one, the son of the proprietor of a sawmill at Hawthorn. The ...

    Article : 185 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,029 words
  6. A Charge of Plagiarism.

    Unpleasant rumours are freely circulating, charging the Rev. J. W. Inglis, of Ballarat, with "plagiarism" This is a charge which is easily made, which flies fast, and which ...

    Article : 311 words
  7. Serious Mining Accident at C[?]nes.

    An accident happened to-day to the enginedriver engaged at the Bute and Downes Company, named Angus M'Leod. A casualty happened in a similar manner ...

    Article : 147 words
  8. The Shooting of Mr. Strettle.

    An inquest was held by Mr. Candler, at Clyde, on Saturday morning, on the body of William Strettle, brother of Mr. Stratford Strettle, of this City, who was found in his ...

    Article : 278 words

    The scandal concerning St. John's Presbyterian Church has arisen from a matter out of all proportion to the rumours that have got about concerning it, and had the elders ...

    Article : 309 words
  10. Inquests.

    RAILWAY ACCIDENT.--An inquest was held on Tuesday by Dr. Youl at the Melbourne Hospital, upon the body of T. C. Thomas, aged twenty-one, railway porter, who met with ...

    Article : 298 words
  11. Shunting Accident at Branxholme.

    A very serious railway accident occurred at Branxholme at noon on Saturday last (says the Hamilton Spectator), by which the under porter, John Fuller, had his ...

    Article : 356 words
  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 527 words
  13. New Insolvents.

    Samuel Carpenter, of Fergie street, Fitzroy, blacksmith. Causes of insolvency: Falling off in business as a blacksmith. Debts, L198; assets, L30; deficiency, L168. Mr. Jacomb ...

    Article : 294 words
  14. Twenty Pounds for a Kiss.

    William Holmes, an elderly man of very respectable exterior, was brought before the Prahran justices, Thursday morning, to answer a charge of unlawfully assaulting a girl named ...

    Article : 263 words
  15. A New Ru[?]h.

    Numbers of miners are leaving for the rush at Mia Mia Flat, where good prospects continue to be obtained by the prospectors, Doughty and party. No other hole has yet ...

    Article : 230 words
  16. Accident to Mr. Howard Vernon.

    Howard Vernon, of Dunning's Opera Company, which is performing in the Academy of Music, met with a rather serious accident to night when playing Rip ...

    Article : 150 words



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