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  2. BALLARAT.

    There was a good average business done in the share market to-day, and the increased demand for Lone Hand bad the effect of of causing an advance in price. Black Horse, ...

    Article : 869 words
  3. VOLUNTEER PRESENTATION.

    A very interesting presentation took place at the East Melbourne Orderly-room last Friday evening, when the Challenge Cup given some years since by the late Dr. Tracy (who ...

    Article : 506 words
  4. THE IMPORTED WATER PIPES.

    The following memorandum has been received by the Commissioner of Public Works from Mr. W. Davidson, superintending engineer of the Yan Yean water supply:— ...

    Article : 706 words
  5. MESSRS. HASTINGS CUNINGHAM AND CO.'S WOOL SHOW.

    The exhibition of wool at Messrs. Hastings Cuningham and Co.'s wool warehouses, Collins-street west, continues to be well patronised. Yesterday there was a constant ...

    Article : 690 words
  6. POLICE.

    At the CITY COURT, Thursday, before the mayor, Mr. Call, P.M., and several justices, William Lockwood, the youth who was caught attempting to steal wearing apparel one day ...

    Article : 1,324 words
  7. LAW REPORT.

    This was an appeal against a decision of Mr. Justice Molesworth, dismissing the plaintiff's bill. The case was argued in December last, and judgment was now given. ...

    Article : 2,748 words
  8. THE COLLISION BETWEEN THE SEAGULL AND ST. KILDA.

    At the City Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Panton, P.M., Captain William Gay, master of the barque Seagull, appeared in answer to a summons charging him with ...

    Article : 724 words
  9. BRANXHOLME TO CASTERTON RAILWAY.

    Sir,—In my letter to you of the 28th ult., re the quantities of grain produced in the shires through and near to which this line will pass, I did not enter into the question of route or ...

    Article : 873 words
  10. THE VOLUNTEERS.

    An interesting contest in rifle shooting will be held at the Victoria Ranges to-day, when the officers, sergeants, and rank and file will try conclusions in a match at 400, 500, and ...

    Article : 944 words
  11. GEELONG.

    The children and teachers of the Yarra-street Wesleyan Sunday School, to the number of about 450, started by special train this morning, at a quarter past 7 o'clock, ...

    Article : 158 words
  12. AQUATICS.

    A committee meeting of the Victorian Rowing Association was held at Young and Jackson's Hotel last Monday evening. There were present—Mr. Nichols (in the chair), Dr. ...

    Article : 786 words
  13. THIS AFTERNOON'S SPORTS.

    The first elevens of the Melbourne and East Melbourne meet to-day, on the ground of the latter, play to commence at 1 p.m. sharp. The following will represent the M.C.C.:—Alexander, Cooper, ...

    Article : 732 words
  14. ASSIGNED ESTATES.

    Sir,—I venture to remind you of previous occasions when you have called attention to the delays in arrangement of the above, us it would appear to have been ineffectual, though ...

    Article : 304 words
  15. THE REFORM LEAGUE AND THE TRADES-HALL.

    Sir,—Referring to a letter which appeared in your columns on the 4th inst., signed by "Tradesman," I unhesitatingly state that most of his assertions are grossly untrue. He ...

    Article : 161 words
  16. THE RECENT INQUEST.

    Sir,—Your remarks anent the above case in your to-day's issue are a reflex of public opinion. It is a pity that so serious a case should have been brought before men really ...

    Article : 228 words
  17. THE PROFESSIONAL GARDENERS.

    Sir,—In your report of the meeting of professional gardeners, held at the Horticultural-hall last evening, you state that it was presided over by the vice-president of the ...

    Article : 176 words
  18. THE STEAMER ALDINGA.

    Sir,—With the advertised time for steamers leaving Sorrento I have nothing to do. It was sufficient for the accommodation of my friends and myself that we left Schnapper ...

    Article : 149 words
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