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  2. CRICKET MEETINGS.

    The annual meeting of the Melbourne Cricket Club was held on Saturday, in the pavilion. The Hon. J. G. Francis, president, occupied the chair, and there was a large ...

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  3. THE THEATRES, &c.

    Marry years' ago, while the recollection of Mr. Jefferson's Rip Van Wirkle was still vivid in the minds of Melbourne playgo[?] Mr. J. L. Hall presented a close and clever ...

    Article : 1,819 words
  4. NOTES FROM THE OBSERVATORY.

    The measurement of temperature and its changes forms a most important part of the work of the meteorologist, astronomer, and indeed of almost every scientific man, besides ...

    Article : 1,160 words
  5. SATURDAY'S SPORTS.

    This match took place on the Melbourne ground, in presence of 2,000 or 3,000 spectators. Melbourne kicked off, and the [?]all was returned by Browing, and passed on to the Melbourne end; Thomson ...

    Article : 1,517 words
  6. THE EXTRAORDINARY PERSONATION CASE.

    Additional details in connexion with the De Lacy Evans case have been obtained in the course of an interview with one of the under-matrons who came out in the ship ...

    Article : 864 words
  7. TOBACCO AND COMMERCIAL REPORTS.

    Sir,—From time to time reports of a most extraordinary character in reference to "the tobacco crops in America" and the shipments of tobacco to Australia have been ...

    Article : 883 words
  8. THE BOTANIC-GARDENS.

    One of the most striking features at present in the floral display of the gardens is the bed near the office at the main entrance which contains the natural order magnolianceæ. The ...

    Article : 583 words
  9. ST. PAUL'S WRITINGS.

    Sir,—Dr. Jacobson seems to be very much offended because in a review of St. Paul's writings, I mentioned that apostle's statement, that the Jews were blinded. He ...

    Article : 411 words
  10. THE YANKO SHEEP AT THE DENILIQUIN SHOW.

    The following letter and statutory declration have been handed to us for publication:- Yanko, Jerildirie, Sept. 1, 1879. ...

    Article : 164 words
  11. UNEMPLOYED SHIP WRIGHTS.

    Sir,—Believing that you are always willing to assist those who try and help themselves, I take the liberty of writing to you these few lines for insertion in your influential journal. ...

    Article : 119 words
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