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  2. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL

    The war No shots yet Reported in cable messages. Boers still advancing into Natal. ...

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  3. THE GAME OF GRAB

    In our leading notes yesterday, commenting upon the game of grab as it is, being played in Parliament over the Government proposals for concessions to the ...

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  4. STOCKS AND SHARES

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  5. BROKEN SHAFTS

    This afternoon at the ordinary meeting of the Marine Board a report by Mr S. Johnson. engineer surveyor of the board, was received in reference to the accident ...

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  6. DRUNKARDS.

    The recommendations of the Habitual Drunkards Inquiry Board received the approval of the annual conference of the Victorian Alliance, and, so that no ...

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  7. IN INSOLVENCY.

    An application by Mr G. F. A. Jones for a certificate of discharge on behalf of James Duncan Gordon, of Williamstown. railway employee, was heard in the ...

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  8. THE WAR.

    The country east of Mafeking to the border, over which Colonel Baden-Powell is moving. is comparatively open. but interspersed with kopjes. ...

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  9. UNDER REVIEW.

    An order to review in a case of considerable importance under the Factorian and Shops Act came before the Full Court to-day. Their Honors the Chief ...

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  10. CHINESE LOTTERIES.

    It will not be denied that there is gambling enough in the City of Melbourne without permitting the more than half scotched evil of the chinese lottery ...

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  11. LATE SPORTING.

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  12. TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW.

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  13. THIS EVENING'S FIXTURES.

    Princess' Theatre.—Messrs Williamson and Musgrove's Royal Comic Opera Company, Revival of folantte. Last night. Theatre Royal.—Mr Charles Holloway's ...

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  14. TO-MORROW.

    Zoological Garden, Royal Park-- open till 5.15 p.m. The Aquarium, Exhibition Building.-- Special attractions. ...

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  15. AUCTION.

    Messrs Pleasant, w. Grahem. and Styles, at Cumberwell road. Cumberwell, at 3 o'clock— Building material, etc. ...

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  16. TO-MORROW EVENING.

    Princess's Theatre.--Messrs Williams and Musgrove's Royal Cable Opera Company to [?] at 5. For six nights. Theatre Royal.--Mr Charles Holloway's ...

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  17. MISCELLANEOUS.

    Assembly Hall. Collina street-- Australian Health society. Dr J. J. Miller on "school Hygiene." ...

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  18. GENERAL INFORMATION.

    For Portarlington and Geelong.--S.s. Edins. from Queens Wharf days, 10 a.m.; Sundays, 11 a.m. For Sydney. Newcastle and Queensland ...

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  19. LATE SHIPPING

    The steamer Norkoowa passed Gabo Island at 11.20 this morning. bound westward. The streamers Federal and [?] arrived at [?] from Nowcastle at 10.10 this morning. ...

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  20. A DOCTOR'S REQUEST

    Last week Dr Nyulasy, who had been for four years an honorary surgeon to the Women's Hospital. wrote to the members of the committee asking that ...

    Article : 157 words
  21. RANGERS INSPECTED.

    Colonel Otter may well be proud of the men who were paraded to-day to fill the vacancies in the Mounted Ride unit for the Victorian Transvaal contingent. ...

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  22. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Archibald John M'Fadzean, of Chapel street, pratran hairdresser, cause: Being indected to the Great Malvern Eslaic Co. Limited, L.27 and being pressed for payment. ...

    Article : 51 words
  23. A DEPLORABLE CASE.

    Mary Smith and Rose smith—mother and daughter—were, at the St. Kilda Court this morning, charged with having no lawful visible means of support. ...

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  24. THIEVES' HARVEST.

    About midnight last night a Hogan bicycle, new B.S.A. facts 25 inch name, valued at L17. belonging to Mr Rupert Wiicos of Middle street, Ascot Vale, was stolen from the passage of a ...

    Article : 235 words
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  26. A TALE OF HORROR.

    The New York "Evening World" publishes the following telegram from Charleston regarding the wreak on the 11th ult of the Norwegian baroque [?] ...

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  27. HIS HOUSE TAKEN.

    In connection with the case of the old man Thos. Dalrymple (reported in Wednesday's "Herald"), who was said to have had his house sold by the Metropollitan ...

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  28. CECIL RHODES.

    Mr Rhodes, in the course of a speech at the laying of Presbyterian Church foundation-stone at Woodstock, near Capetown, recently, made these ...

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  29. A MEAN FELLOW.

    Elward O'Connor, a middle-aged man, was charged at the Carlton Court to-day with having used obscene language Constable Clarke said that about half an hour after midnight ...

    Article : 108 words
  30. A KEEN VOLUNTEER.

    Here is culbusiasm for you! A bombardier of the permanent Artillery purchased his discharge, came to Melbourne, joined the 1st Battallon Infantry ...

    Article : 42 words
  31. RIDING TEST.

    The riding test for the Rangers was just about to commence as we went to press. ...

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  32. BORROWED A BIKE.

    At the St. Kilda Court this morning, Paul Dargie was charged with the larceny of a bicycle. the properly of Francis P. C. Beyas of Fitzroy street, on the 5th of September. ...

    Article : 164 words
  33. THE EMBARKATION

    To the Editor of "The Herald." Sir.-- As the 25th last., is the day fixed for the embarkation of our troops for South Africa would it not be a very nice thing, and most ...

    Article : 232 words
  34. PRINCESS'S THEATRE.

    The final performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's delightful opera Iolanthe will be given this evening at the Princess's Theatre, and theatre-goers should not ...

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  35. WEATHER CHART.

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  36. LEFT TO THEIR HEIRS.

    The will of Sarah Cowie Scott, widow, late of Mt. Boninyong, who died on 7th August, leaving property valued at L3010, was lodged for probate to-day. ...

    Article : 87 words
  37. TO THE MOTHERLAND.

    Mother of the Hundred Sons, Hand-in-hand) to-day: Hear-in-hand to-day: Hear us, 0'cr your silent guns. Ready for the fray. ...

    Article : 136 words
  38. BIRTH OF TRIPLETS.

    At the meeting of the committee of the Women's Hospital to-day, a letter was read from Captain Pakenham private secretary to His Excellency at the ...

    Article : 97 words
  39. FROM SIRDAR TO QUEEN.

    Stopping on his Journey to the Soudan at Keneh, near Luxor, the Sirdar has purchased there a large white she-donkey, which he is presenting to the Queen. The ...

    Article : 89 words
  40. Advertising

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