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  2. MR. PROCTOR'S ASTRONOMICAL LECTURES.

    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
  3. LAW REPORT.

    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
  4. WESTERN RAILWAY CONFERENCE.

    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
  5. THE ENGLISH MUST GO.

    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
  6. AUSTRALIAN HEALTH SOCIETY.

    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
  7. THIS AFTERNOONS SPORTS.

    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
  8. POLICE OFFENCES.

    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
  9. BOWLING MEETING.

    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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