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  2. DIRECT RAILWAY COMMUNICATION WITH OAKLEIGH.

    A meeting of the residents of Prahran was convened by the Southern Railway League at the Town-hall, Prahran, last evening, for the purpose of advocating the construction of ...

    Article : 1,331 words
  3. BALLARAT.

    The market has been very quiet all day. and few sales have been effected. New Lothair improved, and Parker's United were a little firmer towards the close. Alboin, ...

    Article : 938 words
  4. CITY COUNCIL.

    Present—The mayor (Councillor Paterson), Aldermen J. T. Smith, Gatehouse Stewart, O'Grady, Bayles, and Aarons; Councillors A. K. Smith, Lee, Story, Meares, Moubray, ...

    Article : 623 words
  5. HISTORY OF TAXATION.

    A lecture was delivered last evening in the Mechanics' Institute, Emerald-hill by Professor Pearson, on "The History of Taxation in England and its Bearing Upon Taxation ...

    Article : 1,471 words
  6. EXECUTION OF BONDIETTO.

    Basilio Bondietto, who was tried and convicted at the last criminal sittings of the murder of Carlo Comisto, at Sandy Creek, on or about the 4th of Saptember last. underwent ...

    Article : 1,018 words
  7. BANQUET TO DR. MADDEN.

    Dr. Madden, the Minister of Justice, was entertained by his constituents at a public banquet at the Sandridge Town-hall last night. The affair was very successful. The ...

    Article : 3,000 words
  8. FREE-TRADE MEETING AT WILLIAMSTOWN.

    A meeting was held at the Temperance-hall, Williamstown, last evening, for the purpose of forming a local branch of the Free-trade League. ...

    Article : 651 words
  9. STOCK REPORT.

    DENILIQUIN—"During the week the weather at Deniliquin has been very warm, approaching almost to a summer temperature, and some showers would now be serviceable. At Wilcannia the ...

    Article : 609 words
  10. MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE AT FRANKSTON.

    A married woman named Mrs. Ann Hastings, wife of a labourer named William Hastings, living at Mount Eliza, near Frankston, has been missing since Friday, the 1st ...

    Article : 429 words
  11. A MUSICAL NUISANCE.

    Sir,—In the first place I muat confess myself a persistent old playgoer, and that is the only excuse which I can offer for troubling you. I wish to bring under your notice a ...

    Article : 444 words
  12. ANTWERP WOOL MARKET.

    Messrs. RENARD BROS. and Co. report:—"Wool.— The last series of sales of the present year began on the 17th inst., and terminated on the 21st. The quantity catalogued amounted to 10,200 bales, of which ...

    Article : 393 words
  13. DRINKING IN SCOTLAND.

    Sir,—In to-day's Argus I notice you call attention to the different results following the observations of Messrs, MacBain and M'Intyre on the custom of drinking in ...

    Article : 268 words
  14. STREET TRAMWAYS.

    Sir,—I hasten to add my quota to the very intelligent letter of "S. S. S." in your to-day's issue. regarding street tramways, and their effect in other parts where I, like your ...

    Article : 287 words
  15. THE WARRNAMBOOL TO HAWKESDALE RAILWAY.

    Sir,—I write to acknowledge the good sense and moderation of your leading article on the subject of the railway projected between Warrnambool and ...

    Article : 264 words
  16. THE CRESWICK IMBROGLIO.

    Sir,—In your issue of 8th inst. I find it mentioned that Mr. Dowling'a house was assaulted by a mob with me as their leader. I would wish to correct this, and inform you ...

    Article : 152 words
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