The fifth of Mr. Proctor's lectures at the Athenaeum-hall, was delivered last bight The subject was " Comets und Meteors." As usual the attendance was crowded. ...Article : 2,580 words
Mr. Higinbotham, Mr. C. A. Smyth, and Mr. Box for the plaintiff; Mr. Farlan and Mr. Williams for the defendants Hackett, Morgan, and Seet Mr. Purves and Mr. ...Article : 6,883 words
To-day an important conference of delegates from the borougha of Belfast, Koroit, [?] nambool, and the shires of Minhamite, Belfast, and Warrnambool, met at the shire-hall ...Article : 350 words
PHELISUNARY NOTE BY THE TRANSLATRO— Owing to the radical difference between the Chinese language and our own, anything like a close or literal translation of the subjoined ...Article : 2,886 words
At the usual monthly meeting of the council of the Australian Health Society on Thursday— present, Dr. Jamieson (in the chair), Mrs. Webster, Mrs. Selby, Miss Niven, ...Article : 236 words
The most interesting football match this afternoon is that between Carlton and West Melbourne, to be played on the East Melbourne Cricket ground. The following will represent Carlton:— ...Article : 982 words
At the District Court yesterday (before Messrs. J. Finlay and Rappiport, J. P.' s) a young woman of respectable appearance, named Julia Garitty, sued Henry Missick, ...Article : 974 words
The first annual meeting of the North Fitzroy Bowling Club was held at the pavilion on Monday evening last. There was only a very poor attendance, doubtless on account of it being a very wet evening. ...Article : 171 words
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