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  2. PUBLIC COMPLAINTS.

    "Alpha Beta" writes: -- Knowing your promptitude in exposing any wrongs the public are subjected to, kindly allow me a small space in your valuable columns to bring under ...

    Article : 163 words
  3. THE LAST MOMENT.

    The accident yesterday on the Richmond tram line by which an unfortunate man was struck in the heart by the contents of a passing vehicle while sitting on the dummy ...

    Article : 509 words
  4. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.

    The Murray is still rising, and this morning it is 18 feet 1 inch above summer level. The weather is fine; but it looks like more rain. ...

    Article : 137 words
  5. RANDWICK TRAINING NOTES.

    There was not [?] in the way of actual galloping done at Randwick this morning. [?] was sent for a useful mile, and Ast[?] did a strong [?] furlongs with Alee, ...

    Article : 159 words
  6. THE UNEMPLOYED AGITATION.

    There was not any noticeable stir about the Labor Bureau to-day. Some 30 or 40 men were there, but a good many were away to hear the cases against five of the men charged ...

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  7. LAWYERS AND LITIGANTS.

    In the Second Nisi Prins Court, to-day, the action Hicks v The Melbourne Tramways Trust was continued before Mr Justice Holroyd and a special jury of six. ...

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  8. THE N.S.W. RAILWAY FRAUDS.

    The [?] of the case against Wright, [?] and Co., charged with defrauding the Railway department, was continued this [?]ing. ...

    Article : 231 words
  9. CHARGED WITH MURDER.

    The trial of Elizabeth Taylor on the charge of having wilfully murdered Julia Georgina Warburton was resumed in the Central Criminal Court, before Mr Justice Williams, ...

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  10. THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW.

    The fine weather hitherto enjoyed by the National Agricultural Society, for their annual show, continues to-day, and there is every likelihood of the ...

    Article : 754 words
  11. THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL.

    Sir, -- In reply to "Bill Sticker's" letter in yesterday's issue I have only to state that in the heat of debate, and running fire of interruption, to which I was subjected at the meeting. I ...

    Article : 99 words
  12. ELSTERNWICK PARK RACES.

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  13. ALBRECHT V PATTERSON

    In the Banco Court this morning, before His Honor Mr Justice Kerford, a motion by the defendant for judgment in the case of Albrecht v Patterson was heard. ...

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  14. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    Sir, -- The account of the distress among the unemployed is very sad indeed, that able-bodied men can only get a bit of dry bread. If a soup kitchen of a temporary nature were got ready a substantial meal ...

    Article : 127 words
  15. FROM YESTERDAY'S THIRD EDITION.

    The following, together with a quantity of other items of news, appeared in yesterday's Third Edition : -- The attendance at the match was ...

    Article : 114 words
  16. A BETTING DISPUTE.

    At the Brighton Police Court this morning A. Mier, dentist, Swanston street, Melbourne, came before Messrs. Hamilton (Mayor) and Jam[?], J's.P., charged with insulting behavior in a public place with intent ...

    Article : 530 words
  17. PITY THE POOR PLAYER.

    The lovers of the drama will undoubtedly be no less surprised than grieved to hear that their favorite amusement is doomed. Yet that such is the case it is in the face of a ...

    Article : 872 words
  18. THE SUPPOSED MURDER OF LIEUTENANT BETHELL.

    Later news from Bechuanaland shows that the reported murder of Lieutenant Bethell and a mounted policeman was untrue. Lieutenant Bethell has ...

    Article : 42 words
  19. THE EQUITY COURT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 329 words
  20. PRINCE ALEXANDER.

    The statement that Prince Alexander, of Bulgaria, had been taken to Russian Bessarabia is confirmed. He arrived yesterday, and landed at Reni, a town in ...

    Article : 53 words
  21. MAGSMEN'S DEVICES.

    Two notorious characters, named Frederick M'Cabe and Robert W. Blanchard, were dealt with at the Central Police Court to-day. With the match box trick and ...

    Article : 89 words
  22. CORSICAN BROTHERS AT ST. KILDA.

    A case was dealt with in the St. Kilda Police Court this morning, which strongly reminded old theatregoers of the play of the Corsican Brothers. On Tuesday last a man named James Jones was ...

    Article : 466 words
  23. HIS OWN LAWYER.

    Everyone knows the proverb about the class of man he who acts as his own lawyer has for a client, but there are exceptions even to that rule. Mr Matthew Symes, a resident of St. Kilda, is evidently ...

    Article : 248 words
  24. FIRE AT CASTERTON.

    About half-past one to-day a fire broke out in the stables of Fred Lamborne, the trainer of Whalebone and other wellknown racehorses. In twenty minutes the building was ...

    Article : 97 words
  25. INTERCOLONIAL SHEEP AT THE SHOW.

    Mr W. J. Oachim, Inspector of Stock at Moama, for the N. S. Wales Government, received the following telegram to-day from the Chief Inspector of Stock at Sydney [?] ...

    Article : 73 words
  26. THE CHARGE OF MURDER AGAINST MRS. TAYLOR.

    The trial of Mrs Elizabeth Taylor for the alleged murder of the girl Warburton, was resumed this afternoon at the Central Criminal Court. ...

    Article : 543 words
  27. REPORTED TO THE POLICE.

    Sergeant Witcher, of the Williamstown police, requires an owner for a bunch of keys (numbering twelve) and apparently belonging to small drawers and boxes. They were found about half-past eight on ...

    Article : 198 words
  28. LIFE'S SEAMY SIDE.

    Three young fellows named Thomas Stephens, John Sweency, and George Davis, were charged with being in a public place with intent to commit a felony. 8ergt. O'Donnell said he, in company with other detectives, ...

    Article : 490 words
  29. THE SHARE MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 259 words
  30. TO-MORROW'S PROPERTY SALES.

    Rossmoyne Park No 8 Extension allotments will be sold by Messrs Walstab and Son, R. Walker and Co., and Thompson, Moore and Co. The proposed station on the Whittlesea ...

    Article : 131 words
  31. FIRE AT FOOTSCRAY.

    At five o'clock this morning a fire occurred at the stables of Messrs Yewers Brothers, Nicholson street. Footscray, and damage to a considerable extent [?] The building which is situated at the rear of ...

    Article : 107 words
  32. ANNUAL SHEEP SALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 492 words
  33. BY WIRE. -- FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. BALLARAT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 215 words
  34. FLEMINGTON TRAINING NOTES.

    The tracks at Flemington are in splendid order ; but most of the horses are only doing medium work. The following were sent useful work this morning : -- First Consul and Menotti. In company, st[?] ...

    Article : 146 words
  35. THE MILL OWNERS' ASSOCIATION OF VICTORIA.

    The ordinary monthly meeting of the Executive Council of the Millowners' Association of Victoria, took place at the Association Rooms, William street, on Wednesday afternoon. There were present ...

    Article : 423 words
  36. THE RAINFALL.

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  37. MARYBOROUGH.

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  38. AN AFFILIATION CASE.

    Considerable time was occupied at the Collingwood Police Court this morning in investigating an affiliation case against a young man named Thomas Allan. The case was surrounded with the usual incidents ...

    Article : 191 words
  39. SANDHURST.

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  40. COMMERCIAL.

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  41. FROM FOR THE UNEMPLOYED.

    SIR, -- Allow [?] to draw the attention of the Railway Commissioners and Parliament to the propriety of employing every [?] of the unemployed, able and willing to week, in grubbing, clearing, digging, and ...

    Article : 70 words
  42. THE SOUTH SUBURBAN GAS COMPANY.

    An extraordinary general meeting of this company was held at the Athen[?]m this afternoon, to consider the destrabi[?] of winding up the Company, in accordance with the provisions ...

    Article : 80 words
  43. CHARGE OF FALSE PRETENCES.

    The young man named Alexander D. Chater, who was committed for trial the other day, was brought up at the City Court this morning, when a [?]d charge was preferred against him of obtaining 17s by ...

    Article : 93 words
  44. THE INJURED RIDER LAWLESS.

    Thomas Lawless, who met with the accident while riding the horse Surprise, at the Agricultural Show yesterday, still remains in the same unconscious state as when admitted to the ...

    Article : 47 words
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