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  2. THE MELBOURNE JUVENILE EXHIBITION.

    It must be admitted that the young men and women of the colony have been getting frequent opportunities of late to make known their progreas in art and industry, and to ...

    Article : 872 words
  3. VICTORIA AMATEUR TURF CLUB.

    The race meeting held by this club on the Caulfield course on Saturday afternoon was very indifferently attended, though the weather was all that could be desired to ...

    Article : 2,363 words
  4. NOTES FROM THE OBSERVATORY.

    The largest refractor actually in use is that at Washington, constructed by Messrs. Alvan Clark, of Boston, the object-glassa of which has a diameter of 26 inches. The one in ...

    Article : 769 words
  5. THEATRE ROYAL.

    This theatre was crowded in every part on Saturday evening, when the countrymen and country women of Miss Dargon gave her a complimentary benefit, and although the ...

    Article : 1,091 words
  6. ABOVE THE SPEAKER.

    After the storm of the Reform Bill has come, not a calm, but a collapse. At first it was not so. Both sides burned to re-engage. Mr. Gillies would have pressed his triumph, ...

    Article : 2,055 words
  7. INTERUNIVERSITY CRICKET MATCH.

    The fourth annual match between the Melbourne and Sydney Universities was commenced on Saturday on the Melbourne ground. As both teams comprised players ...

    Article : 528 words
  8. A COUNTY COURT JUDGE WANTED.

    Sir,— May [?], in the interests of a profession hitherto considered a learned one, ask through the medium of your columns what are the intentions of the Ministry with ...

    Article : 735 words
  9. THE METROPOLITAN LIEDERTAFEL.

    The above named society gave a complimentary concert in the Town-hall on Saturday night in favour of their conductor, Mr. Julius Herz. The hall was handsomely ...

    Article : 843 words
  10. THE BOTANIC GARDENS.

    In the new conservatory some choice achimines, tydaeas, and gloxinias—all belonging to the order Gesneriace[?]—are coming into bloom. A fine display of these beautiful ...

    Article : 408 words
  11. SATURDAYS SPORTS.

    E.M.C C. V. M C C. (SECOND ELEVENS. This match, played on the East Melbourne ground on Saturday, December 13 and 20, resulted in a draw in favour of the M.C.C.,who, with one man absent, ...

    Article : 1,292 words
  12. KYNETON DISTRICT FARMERS' UNION.

    A special meeting of the members of this union was held in the Mechanics Institute on Thursday afternoon last, to take into consideration the action of the Ministry in ...

    Article : 764 words
  13. SLY-GROG SELLING ON BOARD STEAMERS.

    Sir,—I have the honour to ask you to lend your valuable assistance in suppressing the above growing evil. The chief inspector of the liquor trade has ...

    Article : 519 words
  14. PROTECTION AT GEELONG.

    Sir,—The remarks of Mr. Berry about the success of protection at Geelong must have made some of the Geelongese feel very uncomfortable. They know most painfully that ...

    Article : 473 words
  15. SANDHURST.

    Mr. R. Clark, M.L.A., is announced to address a public meeting of the electors at the Town-hall on Monday evening. A lad named William John Ridley, whose ...

    Article : 236 words
  16. POLICE.

    At the CITY Court on Saturday, Charlotte Hornsby, a servant girl, 19 years of age, was charged with stealing a gold ring, a £1-note, and other articles, the property of her ...

    Article : 119 words
  17. ECHUCA.

    The Echuca Racing Club held their annual meeting last night. Mr James Shackell, J.P., was unanimously re-elected president; Mr. Mills, treasurer; and Mr. M. E. Simonds, ...

    Article : 119 words
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