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  2. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    The following is the report of the board appointed to report as to the unemployed:- The board appointed by the Chief Secretary to inquire into the existing want of ...

    Article : 3,745 words
  3. LAW REPORT.

    Judgment was given on an application by the Daily Telegraph Company, to direct Messrs. D. and J. C. Syme, the proprietors of the Age, to show cause why they should not ...

    Article : 4,303 words
  4. BALLARAT.

    The share market remains very quiet, and still with a downward tendency. Band and Albion Consols, which improved yesterday, went back again to-day. De Muraka, ...

    Article : 1,660 words
  5. CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND PRESBYTERIAN PASTORAL AID SOCIETY.

    At the Scots' Church, Collins-street, yesterday, services were held and collections made in aid of the funds of the above society. The Rev. J. G. Stobbs preached ...

    Article : 1,584 words
  6. BUSHRANGING IN QUEENSLAND.

    The Gympie correapondent of the Maryborough Chronicle supplies that journal with the following narrative of the sticking-up of the Gympie coach on Aug. 23:—'It appears ...

    Article : 1,112 words
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