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  2. THE MELBOURNE LIEDER[?] TAFEL.

    The [?] given by the Melbourne Liedertafel last night in the "Athe[?]" was attended by an audience which filled the hall in all parts, including the gallery. ...

    Article : 687 words
  3. OPPOSITION MEETING AT SANDRIDGE.

    A meeting, convened at the request of 39 ratepayers, was held last evening in the Sand[?] ridge Town-hall, for the purpose of "dis cussing the Ministerial Reform Bill now ...

    Article : 858 words
  4. THE REFORM BILL AND THE COUNTRY.

    The political meeting held this evening at the Royal[?]hall was an immense success, over 300 persons being present, a large proportion of whom came from long distances even so ...

    Article : 2,018 words
  5. PUBLIC WORKS IN GIPPS LAND.

    The growing importance of the Gipps Land district, and the urgent representations made to the Government by its residents and persons interested in its prosperity for better ...

    Article : 2,775 words
  6. BALLARAT.

    The market was rather quiet to-day, but there was a large business in some of the Hurdsfield stocks at low rates, East Hurds[?] field, however improving steadily. Band and ...

    Article : 1,777 words
  7. A DISGRACEFUL SCENE.

    Another disgraceful scene occurred amongst a number of roughs in Hotham on Saturday evening. It appears that a gang of larinkins congregated at the corner of Haynes and ...

    Article : 278 words
  8. INQUESTS.

    Dr.Youl held an inquest at the Melbourne Hospital yesterday, upon the body of James Greenlaw, aged three years, who died on the 12th inst. On Friday morning last, the ...

    Article : 426 words
  9. THE HOTHAM STATE SCHOOLS.

    The presentation of prizes to pupils attending the state schools under the supervision of the Hotham board of advice took place at the Hotham Town-hall last night. The hall ...

    Article : 859 words
  10. HENRY KETTENS PIANO[?] FORTE RECITALS.

    The second of these remarkable performances took place at the Opera-house last night. The programme was divided as follows, viz.:—No. 1, (a) Bourree, ...

    Article : 396 words
  11. GEELONG.

    A meeting was held in the mayor's room this afternoon, the object being to take steps to aid in the scheme propoaed to raise funds to defray the cost of erecting a memorial to ...

    Article : 367 words
  12. FOOTBALL V. GATE MONEY.

    Sir,—Some correspondence has appeared in your columns on the above subject, and as a supporter of the dark[?]blue and curdinal since its first kick[?]off—now many years ago—I ...

    Article : 591 words
  13. A NUISANCE AT EMERALD-HILL.

    Sir,—Some time since you were good enough to insert a few lines in your valuable paper in reference to a nuisance existing in Park-street, at its junction with the ...

    Article : 417 words
  14. SANDHURST.

    A man named George Willows ventured into a house of bad repute in Bernal-street, on the 6th inst, with a sum of £10 or £12 in his possession, and, as usual, was relieved ...

    Article : 201 words
  15. QUACKERY.

    Sir,—As a visitor to your city will you allow me a small space in order to express my surprise at the impunity with which quackery is allowed and flourishes in ...

    Article : 248 words
  16. FOOTBALL.

    A match was played on Friday last between St. James's High School and King's College, on the ground of the former. The match resulted in an easy victory for the King's College by five goals, ...

    Article : 87 words
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