The annual cricket match between the Universities of Sydney and Melbourne was brought to a conclusion yesterday on the Melbourne Cricket-ground. The game was ...Article : 486 words
"The Argus" Office, Tuesday Evening. In the import markets during the past month business has maintained the improvement for which the previous four weeks were so marked, and ...Article : 12,119 words
The Hon. William M'Lellan addressed a meeting of electors this evening at the town-hall, about 400 people being present. Mr T. Tobin, mayor of the borough, presided, and ...Article : 492 words
The Hon. J. B. Patterson, Minister of Public Works, delivered a lecture at Doncaster on Monday evening in aid of the library of the local Athenæum, on "The ...Article : 1,318 words
The town-hall was well filled to hear Mr. Bradley address the electors this evening. There were in all from 600 to 700 electors present. The mayor of Stawell, Mr. T. Y. ...Article : 635 words
Mr. Matthew Burnett adressed the inmate of the Benevolent Asylum this afternoon at 3 o'clock, and afterwards went to the gaolwhere, by permission of the governor, he ads ...Article : 225 words
Sir,—[?] us to say that the last paragraph of Mr. Churchill's letter in to-day's Argus is altogether untrue. He [?] missatated the amount of our tender ...Article : 105 words
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