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  4. FROM TO-NIGHT TILL MONDAY.

    Princess's.—Pinero's charming comedys The Amazons. Miss Faber as Lady Noeline Belturbet. Royal. --A Sailor's Knot. Splendidly ...

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  5. THE MISSING SHIP.

    In "The Herald" yesterday we published a letter relating to the missing ship Stoneleigh, and some particulars concerning the vessel. It was suggested ...

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  6. HOW THEY DIED.

    The Fifth Edition of "The Herald" yesterday evening informed our readers of the fact that the bodies of the last four miners, entombed in the ...

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  7. IN TRAINING.

    It seems strange that there should be people in Melbourne who are unaware of the fact that in order to become a first-class-player a footballer ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. STAR PASTEL COMPANY.

    At the time we published our first article concerning the dolugs of the Star Pastal Company, of Newcastle, New South Wales. on the 13th of last ...

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  9. OUR CABLES.

    The Coronial inquiry into the circumstances of the mysterious murder of Mrs Coombs, at Plaistow, in East London, was concluded to-day. ...

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  10. MISCELLANEOUS.

    Bijou Theatre.--Orchestral concert by Professor Johaun Kruse and Madame Elise Wiedermann. Atherum[?] Hall.--Lecture by the Rev; ...

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  11. COUNTRY FIRE BRIGADES.

    The Chief Secretary has forwarded a circular to all the municipalities In the various fire districts under the Country Fire Brigades' Board, dealing with the proposed loan. Mr Peacock ...

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  12. ATHLETICS.

    Boxing.--Nathan's Hall: Coppin and Col[?]ten rounds. Tattersall's Sporting Club Hegarty v. Williams, Wright v. Downit. ...

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  13. TO-MORROW.

    Opera House.--Rational concert by Harry Richard's Company. Oxford Theatre.--Rational concert by members of the Empire Company. ...

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  14. FUNERAL.

    The funeral of the late Mr Emil R. Hohmuth will leave his late residence. 176 Fitzroy street, St. Kilda, at 3. p.m., for the St Kilda Cemetery. A. J. Raybould, undertaker. ...

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  15. CLOUD BURSTS.

    Cloud bursts are reported to have taken place in several of the north-western and south-western States of America, and have occasioned loss of life. ...

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  16. MONDAY.

    Sports.--Richmond races. Trams pass course. Zoological Gardens, Royal Park.--Interesting and instrustive. Gates close 4.45 p.m. ...

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  17. MAD, OR WHAT?

    At three o'clock this morning. Mr Henry George Davis, engineer, who lives at No. 12 Mulberry street, Richmond, was aroused from his sloop by a noise in ...

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  18. MEETINGS.

    The Indemnity Fire and Marine insurance Company of Australia ordinary general meeting at the office of the company, 470 Collins street, at 2.30 p.m. ...

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  19. AUCTIONS.

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  20. THE WIDOW'S MITE.

    An extensive jewellery robbery took place some time during last night. The victim is a widow living in the West End, and the owner of a valuable ...

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  21. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    In regard to that fire-raising at Warr[?]ambool. A clear case of uncontrollable Impulse !!!" The Bendigo share market has been ...

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  22. FUNERAL.

    A service in connection with the funeral of the late Canon Chase will be held in St. Paul's Cathedral at 2 p.m. The interment will take place in the Melbourne General ...

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  23. GENERAL INFORMATION.

    For Sydney, Newcastle and Queensland ports --Peregrine, at 3 p. m., on Wednesday next. The Edina leaves the Queen's Wharf at 10 ...

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  24. CHARGE OF OBSTRUCTION.

    At the Richmond Court this morning four respectably dressed young man named Raymond Bolger, George Burrows, Charles Abrahams and Joseph ...

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  25. HOMEWARD BOUND.

    The R.H.S. Lusitania, Captain Veale, left the bay shortly after noon to-day for London; calling at the usual intermediate ports on route. Passengers -- Mr Robert Deo, Mr ...

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  26. A DOCTOR'S BILL.

    Sir,--I ask you to allow me to correct your report of a case to the insolvency Court in which I was concerned. You stated it came out in evidence that little or no medicine was ordered. I may state that I said the ...

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