The President took the chair at 3 o'clock, and opened the meeting with prayer. PROVINCE AND METROPOLITAN ACT. The Hon. T. T A'BECKETT, in the absence ...Article : 903 words
RE TRUSTEE OF J. BUTLER V. THOMPSON, His Honour delivered his reserved judgment in the application of the trustee of the estate of James Butler, of Seymour, farmer, ...Article : 440 words
The live stock, which form the leading feature of the second day's show, were brought early to the grounds, in furtherance of a desire on the part of the committee to get ...Article : 2,305 words
Mr. Girdlestone health officer to the city of Melbourne, delivered a lecture at the Victoria hall, Drummond-street Carlton yesterday evening upon the "Prevention ofc ...Article : 2,000 words
We extract from the Berkshire Chronicle of August 14 the following report of a discussion, at a meeting of a local board of guardians, on the subject of the use of ...Article : 1,561 words
The decision of the Privy Council in the appeal Hancock v. Woolcott was given on the 20th June. The action was tried in the Supreme Court in May, 1873, upon an award ...Article : 903 words
The principal event in cricket this afternoon is the continuation of the cup match between the East Melbourne and Richmond clubs, on the ground of the former. When ...Article : 612 words
A case showing the baneful effects of drink in causing the disruption of a family carne before the City Bench yesterday A man named Samuel Bowden was charged ...Article : 355 words
The silver cup presented by Major F. G. Moule for the best kept market garden in the Brighton district, not exceeding 10 acres, and the silver cup presented by Mr. W. K. ...Article : 352 words
The improvement in the weather yesterday morning had the effect of rendering the attendance of visitors to the Flemington training ground much more numerous than ...Article : 908 words
Sir,—In the notice paper of the meeting of the senate of the University, convened for next Thursday, is the confirmation of a resolution of the council, reconstituting that ...Article : 509 words
Sir,—As you meet my arguments founded on facts within my own knowledge by arguments founded on mere conjectures on your part, it seems to me that I might as well ...Article : 441 words
At the CITY Court on Friday, before Messrs. Sturt, P.M., Wilton, Noonan, aud Fairchild, J.P.'s, Michael Niall, a respectable-looking man, was charged with obtaining ...Article : 407 words
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