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  2. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL

    The war. Battle imminent. Boers massing at Ladysmith. Boers massing at Ladysmith. "The Herald" 40 columns to-day ...

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  3. OFF TO THE WAR.

    It has been arranged that the steamer Monowal, which the Union Company has generously placed at the disposal of the Government and Parliament of ...

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  4. CHALLENGED.

    The Parliamentary committee appointed to inquire into the circumstances of the transfer of John Robert Jackson from the Telegraph to the ...

    Article : 458 words
  5. PARLIAMENTARY.

    The Legislative Assembly sat all night, and argued the Supply Bill. The House passed the items for temporary supplies, and the L30,000 for the expenses of the ...

    Article : 558 words
  6. WANTED AT HOME

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  7. MYSTERIOUS.

    To say that they were astonished is to put it mildly. They were as Hubbergusted as the Hours who danced on the mines which Baden-Powell had ...

    Article : 377 words
  8. "PRINCE ALBERTS" V STOCKINGS

    Sir, -- It has struck me more than once in mailing the accounts and description relative to the appointments and kit of our plucky boys who are about to make their debut as active ...

    Article : 336 words
  9. LEONGATHA.

    The Select Committee of the Legislative Assembly, appointed to inquire into and report upon the working and results of the Leongatha Labor Colony. ...

    Article : 419 words
  10. MR M'GIBBON RECALLED.

    Mr M Gibbon, an officer, in the Lands department, was recalled and questioned as to Mr Skene's statements. He said that he and Mr Skene had had a ...

    Article : 249 words
  11. DESERVES A PLACE.

    Sir, -- Scoring that we are to have a great military procession on Saturday. I wish to bring under your notice that we have in our midst the holder of that most coveted of ...

    Article : 92 words
  12. DEPARTURE OF THE TROOPS.

    Sir, -- With your kind permission I would respectfully point out to the general public a splendid point of vantage for a final glimpse of our volunteers and the mammoth steamer ...

    Article : 164 words
  13. GARNERED OATS.

    Charles Richardson, 47, a marine store dealer, of South Melbourne, and William George Trott, 45, who for nine years has been in the employment of Huddart, ...

    Article : 352 words
  14. THE COLLINGWOOD LINE.

    A meeting of the Board of Land and Works was held this afternoon, Mr R. W. Best, M.L.A., the president, in the chair, when the semi-final stage in ...

    Article : 175 words
  15. PUBLIC HOLIDAY.

    Sir, -- If this should meet the eye Sir George Turner, perhaps he might consider the advisability of proclaiming a public holiday for Saturday next. It so happens that a great ...

    Article : 92 words
  16. AT THE BARRACKS.

    Even up to the last there are possibilities of vacancies, particularly when such a dread foe as influenza is scouting on the flanks of the Contingent. ...

    Article : 166 words
  17. MR GRAVES REPLIES TO MR MORKHAM.

    At the conclusion of Mr Morkham's evidence he traversed some of the statements of Mr Graves in Parliament, and gave the charges contained in them ...

    Article : 245 words
  18. HEROES OF THE HOUR.

    Sir, -- I hope the remarks of "Veteran" in Saturday's "Herald" will make sensthic men, and women likewise, keep their enthusiasm until these favorites of fortune have proved ...

    Article : 72 words
  19. A BOARDED-OUT INFANT.

    The District Coroner, Mr Morrison, held an inquest at the Morgue to-day, touching the death of a boarded-out infant named Wordly. ...

    Article : 366 words
  20. PROMISING, THOUGH YOUNG.

    Strange as the following narrative may seen, it is no "fake" evolved out of an overgrown imagination, but sheer, solid fact, as can be warranted. The ...

    Article : 195 words
  21. GRAIN CARRIAGE.

    After giving the much vexed question of tho new grain rates full and careful consideration, Mr Mathleson has framed his proposals in remove difficulties, which the trade complained ...

    Article : 557 words
  22. KEEP THE ROAD CLEAR.

    Sir, -- With reference to the military procession which is to take place on Saturday next, may I ask you to use your influence in one direction, which means a great deal to each of ...

    Article : 139 words
  23. CLOSED HOTELS.

    The Arbitration Board appointed to award compensation to the six hotels to be closed in Warrnambool concluded its sittings to-day, when the following ...

    Article : 90 words
  24. A SENSATION.

    Mr Skene, the chief clerk of the Lands department, submitted himself next for re-examination. He desired, he said, to give an explanation in reply to the ...

    Article : 371 words
  25. HOTEL LAW.

    Alice Flaley, of Teorak road. South Yarra, was charged at the Prahran Police Court today with delaying admission to the police to the Fawknor Club Hotel. Teorak read, on the ...

    Article : 384 words
  26. MUSKETRY QUALIFICATION.

    Sir, -- In your issue of Tuesday. "Honor in Whom Honor is Due" makes some good sugges[?]ations which could easily be carried out. The writer volunteered as a rifleman and a man ...

    Article : 163 words
  27. HAYES'S HEIRS.

    Mr Justice A'Beckett wits to-day asked to answer a question as to the construction of the will of Matthew Hayes, late of Howard street, Ballarat, ...

    Article : 417 words
  28. DECORATIONS.

    The city surveyor is creeling for the city corporation, at the Swanston street end of Prince's Bridge, an archway decorated with flags, which will be lighted ...

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  29. TRAFFIC PRECAUTIONS.

    The special train, conveying the friends and relatives of members of the contingent will leave No. 6 platform, Flinders street, at 2.25 in the afternoon, pass ...

    Article : 68 words
  30. AN ORIFLAMME.

    Sir, -- Although the regulations prevent our contingent carrying colors, there is nothing for bidding the wearing or an emblem of our country, so I would suggest that the leader of ...

    Article : 105 words
  31. TIRED OF LIVING.

    A young woman, named E[?]ly Hooke, seventeen years of age, living at [?] A ders[?]n street. Richmond, went into Messrs Rateliff Brothers' grocer's shop in Shapson a road, this afternoon ...

    Article : 164 words
  32. A "CASE" OF CHAMPAGNE.

    Charles Tuffs, grocer, was charged, on the information of inspector Crampton, at the Prahran Court to-day, with selling champagne in unauthorized quantity. ...

    Article : 269 words
  33. HINTS AND SUGGESTIONS

    Sir, -- In reference to the send off to the members of the Transvaal Contingent last Saturday evening, reported in your issue of Monday it would be ungrateful for the committee which ...

    Article : 184 words
  34. AN AUSTRALIAN GREETING

    Scent of October flowers, Breath of the Austral plains. Speed to the old Home Country: Quick! Ere the Snow-King relgos ...

    Article : 137 words
  35. WEATHER CHART.

    To-day's information from the Melbourne Observatory is as follows: -- Thursday, 20th October, at 9 a.m. High atmospheric pressure covers the greater ...

    Article : 125 words
  36. MR DEAKIN' INDIGNANT

    Mr Deakin In your previous evidence you gave us no information on the only point upon which we were at all concerned. ...

    Article : 259 words
  37. Advertising

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  38. SUNDAY TRADING.

    David Dwyer, licenses of the Recreation Hotel Spenser street, was charged at the North Melbourne Court this morning with Sunday trading on the 16th inst. He pleaded guilty, and as ...

    Article : 45 words
  39. OUR VICTORIAN WARRIORS

    Sir, -- I think it is very probable that our Victorian aud other colonial contingents will not have to strike a blow nor to fire a shot when they get to South Africa. The reverses ...

    Article : 163 words
  40. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 68 words
  41. GAOLED FOR VAGRANCY.

    A man named John Stevens was sent to not tor six months to-day by the Carlton bench on a charge of hating no visible lawful means of support. He was arrested by Constable A. P. ...

    Article : 67 words
  42. THE RAINFALL.

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  43. Advertising

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  44. ARE THERE NO COLORS?

    Sir, -- Are the people of Victoria going to allow the Victorian troops to take their departure tor ...

    Article : 209 words
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