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  2. DEPUTATION.

    Yesterday morning a deputation representing the Builders and Contractors' Associations of Melbourne, Geelong, and Ballarat, to the number of about 30, was received by ...

    Article : 434 words
  3. EMBEZZLEMENT BY A RAILWAT OFFICER.

    At the Geelong Police Court yesterday, Richard J. L. Jenkins, formerly station master at Elaine, who is at present waiting his trial on charges of forgery and ...

    Article : 603 words
  4. CLASSIFICATIONS UNDER THE LAND TAX ACT.

    The following additional classifications under the Land Tax Act have been gazetted:— Alfred Wm. M'Phrrson, James Sinclair ...

    Article : 1,364 words
  5. BRIGHTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the Brighton Horticultural Society was held at the Orderly-room Brighton, on Friday evening, 1st inst. Mr. David ...

    Article : 368 words
  6. STEAM NAVIGATION BOARD.

    This board sat yesterday to hear the statement of Howard Chudleigh, mister of the steamer Lubra, as to why he did not remain by the barque Wandering Minstrel after ...

    Article : 656 words
  7. TRINCESSS THEATRE.

    This piece, which was played for the first time in the colony last night at the Princess's, is a melodrama of a very sensational type. It opens with an exciting scene, the action of ...

    Article : 991 words
  8. BUILDING SOCIETIES.

    The monthly meeting of the Fifth Union Building and Investment Society was held at the offices, 82 Collins-street east, last evening, Mr. E. Keogh in the chair. The receipts of ...

    Article : 211 words
  9. MEDICAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA.

    The Medical Society of Victoria held their usual monthly meeting last night, at the hall in Albert-street. Mr. Gray, vice-president of the society, was in the chair. The ...

    Article : 307 words
  10. MELBOURNE MARKETS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 4,072 words
  11. BALLARAT.

    The market was rather quiet to-day, with depressed prices for Black Horse United, City of Ballarat, and New Koh-i-noor, and an advance in Clunes Consols, Egerton, ...

    Article : 1,053 words
  12. TERRIFIC HAILSTORM NEAR MUDGEE.

    Mr. N. P. Bayly informs the Western Post that on the 28th ult. the most violent storm of wind, rain, and hail took place at and near his residence, Havilah, he has witnessed ...

    Article : 391 words
  13. SANDHURST.

    The good folks in Melbourne are not going to have all the election excitement to themselves. Although we have not got £300 a year to squabble for in Sandhurst, with £1,800 in ...

    Article : 378 words
  14. CRUISE OF A LABOUR VESSEL IN THE SOUTH SEAS.

    The schooner Marin Rennie has recently returned to Levuka after a protracted cruise amongst the South Sea Islands in search of labour. The captain reports that on ...

    Article : 539 words
  15. THE ODD HALFPENNY.

    Sir,—A halfpenny contemplated as such is a coin to which little attention is given, but when addition and multiplication are brought to bear upon it a child can estimate the ...

    Article : 530 words
  16. THE IRONCLAD CRISTOFERO COLOMBO.

    The good city of Sydney was disturbed from its propriety yesterday afternoon by salvos of artillery, and expectation was rife as to the cause; but the anchoring of the Italian war ...

    Article : 526 words
  17. POLICE.

    At the CITY COURT on Wednesday, before Messrs. S. H. Cohen, Fairchild, Clarke, and Norman, J.P.'s, a seedy-looking individual named William Langsten was charged ...

    Article : 137 words
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