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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,645 words
  3. GIPPS LAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY (LIMITED).

    The 20th half-yearly general meeting of the shareholders of this company was held yesterday at the office, 53A Flinders-street west, Mr. J. Benn in the chair. ...

    Article : 792 words
  4. TENNYSON AND GRAY.

    Sir,—Your London correspondent, in the "Town Talk" printed in Saturday's issue, mentions an early poem of Tennyson's having been printed for private circulation ...

    Article : 748 words
  5. MINING MEETINGS.

    JINGELLIC TIN LODES.—The first ordinary half-yearly meeting of the shareholders was held at Scott's Hotel on Friday, July 30, Mr. Thomas Vasey in the chair. The report and ...

    Article : 1,386 words
  6. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    EMERALD-HILL.—The annual nominations for councillors and auditors took place yesterday, and as the number of candidates is in excees of the vacancies, a poll ...

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  7. BALLARAT.

    The market did not show much life to-day, but there was an improvement in New Lothair Parker's United, and Parade. Sovereign still maintain a rather mysterious ...

    Article : 1,042 words
  8. THE MELBOURNE GERMAN LIEDERTAFEL.

    A grand concert was given last night by the members of the above named society, at their place of meeting in Hockin's Assembly-rooms. The attendance was larger than ...

    Article : 826 words
  9. THE HOTHAM BENCH.

    Sir,—Finding that in your report of the deputation of justices from Hotham in re police magistrate for that town specific charges have been made by the deputation, ...

    Article : 459 words
  10. AN UNSOLVED MYSTERY.

    Last week we gave some details of the mysterious disappearance of a young woman named Mary J. Buchan. When we did so it was supposed the mystery had been ...

    Article : 927 words
  11. SANDHURST.

    The details elicited at the inquest held to-day on the body of the man Joseph Philcock, who was thrown off the top of a load of hay and under the wheels of his ...

    Article : 619 words
  12. CORPORATION PAVEMENTS.

    Sir,—If you or the public require (which I doubt) any fresh instances of the extraordinary administrative ability displayed by our august corporation, take the ...

    Article : 315 words
  13. INQUESTS.

    An inquest was held by Dr. Youl on Thursday, at Emerald-hill on the body of Ellen Mackay, aged one year and seven months, daughter of a grocer. On Tuesday ...

    Article : 439 words
  14. THE SANDHURST SCHOOL OF MINES.

    Sir,—In your Sandhurst correspondent's letter of Friday last, I find him stating that "Long Gully is agitating for the establishment of a local School of Mines." Knowing ...

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  15. MR. FRANK STEPHEN'S LIFEBOAT.

    Sir,—I am desirous of informing the Mel bourne public that my husband Thomas Leggatt and my son Thomas went on the voyage to Sydney in Mr. Francis Stephen's ...

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  16. THE LATE MR. MILLIST.

    Sir,—Will you kindly receive the enclosed, and hold the same with, I trust, other donations you may have sent you in aid of the fund for the benefit of the widow and five ...

    Article : 140 words
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