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  2. Dining with Death.

    The death of the United c the Treasury, Windom, was of Many of oar public men have been stricken by the hand of the fell destroyer at [?] ...

    Article : 410 words

    A deputation waited upon the Premier on Wednesday in regard to the extension of the electoral franchise to women. The deputation was introduced by the Hon. B. Ham ...

    Article : 301 words

    The Executive Council on Mon lay determined to commute the sentence of death passed on Joseph Ch[?]hab for wounding with murder Abraham Kahled. Ch[?]hab and Kahled ...

    Article : 365 words
  5. The Baby Show.

    The Baby Show, which has been immensely popular, and which has been conducted by tee management in very efficient, impartial, and satisfactory fashion, was brought to a close on ...

    Article : 617 words
  6. The Early Closing Act.

    The Chief Secretary has determined to give further consideration to questions concerning the Early Closing Act before he will submit to his colleagues any proposal to bring it ...

    Article : 435 words
  7. The Condemned Man, Johnston.

    The Chief Secretary was on Tuesday asked to recommend the appointment of a board of medical experts to inquire into the mental condition of James Johnston, now under sentence ...

    Article : 318 words
  8. Fatality at a Sawmill.

    A fatal accident occurred to-day at Messrs. Waiting and Cameron's Buffalo Saw Mills, Cohuna, distant 23 miles from Kerang, to Alfred James Gray, a married man, aged 28 ...

    Article : 211 words
  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 936 words
  10. Cattle Poisoning.

    A curious incident happened a short distance from here last night on tee Benalla and Shepparton road. A drover in charge of a mob of bullocks, which were being driven ...

    Article : 169 words
  11. The Nar[?]ethong Murders.

    The Riverine Grazier has forwarded us a somewhat sensational article in connection with the Narbethong murders, to which the carpenter William Colston has already ...

    Article : 670 words
  12. The Doctors' Bill.

    The Medical Society of Victoria decline to allow their representations to be shelved for mere political exigencies. Last year Mr. Deakin gave them buts cant encouragement, and on ...

    Article : 888 words
  13. An Official Ceremony.

    The Highfield road south, in the Boroondara shire, was officially opened on Saturday amid considerable ceremony. The Hons. Duncan Gillies and Dr. Dobson, the president and ...

    Article : 191 words
  14. Bendigo, vice Sandhurst.

    At the meeting of the Executive Council on Monday, an order was parsed changing the name of Sandhurst to Bendigo. This was in sequence of a poll taken on Thursday, at the ...

    Article : 88 words
  15. The Koch Cure.

    To the Governments of New South Wales South Australia, and New Zealand Anderson Stuart has submitted his report the Koch cure. Professor Stuart was in ...

    Article : 216 words
  16. Fire Brigades.

    A large number of tee members and supporters of the late Brunswick Fire Brigade assembled at the local town-hall on Wednesday evening for the purpose of showing their ...

    Article : 157 words



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