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  4. THE NUPTIAL KNOT.

    The divorce case of Goldman v. Goldman came before Mr Justice A'Beckett this morning. Mis Rose Goldman petitioned for divorce from her husband, ...

    Article : 390 words
  5. OUR TELEPHONE.

    Hallo, HERALD. You will remember that during the time I was denouncing our wickedly, extravagant expenditure on our State affair, and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. OUR CABLES.

    Feller, the well-known diver, has met his death under extraordinary circumstances. He was giving an exhibition of his skill ...

    Article : 166 words
  7. THE WIDOW'S FORTUNE.

    An examination into the financial affairs of Mrs Mary P. Irwin, widow, of Fitzroy, insolvent, was held before Judge Molesworth in the Insolvency Court this ...

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  8. SPIVEY V. SPIVEY.

    In this case Mrs. Annie Gertrude Spivey petitioned for divorce from her husband, William Spivey, on the grounds of desertion and of his having been a ...

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  9. UNDER THE CZAR.

    The cablegrams have recently contained several intimations that a bettor feeling is growing between England and Russia than has existed for many ...

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  10. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Baiter feeling on Melbourne 'Change this morning. Slight improvement at Bendigo. According to the petition of a Mr ...

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  11. LONDON WOOL MARKET.

    The following has been received, dated London, the 17th inst.: -- "List of arrivals for next sales closed to-day. Total quantity available equals ...

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  12. DOWNING V. DOWNING.

    In this caw, in winch Mr Kelly appeared for the petitioner, Mrs Eveline Downing asked for a divorce from Edwin Downing on the ground of desertion. ...

    Article : 321 words
  13. THE DREAM OF THE DRAMATIST.

    In the First Civil Court to-day, before his Honor the Chief Justice, the petition of William M'Pherson for the winding up of the Thomas Bent Land Company was ...

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  14. HER SAD END.

    Helena Elliott, a young lady of 24, recently from Adelaide, was found dead on the railway at Scarsdale Junction this morning. Her head was severed ...

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  15. ALLEGED BLAGKBIRDING

    Captain Joseph Voss was remanded at the Water Police Court this morning for the production of the warrant from Brisbane, or a charge of kidnapping Kanakas ...

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  16. THE VENNELL CASE.

    Some adverse comments were made in a contemporary to-day upon the alleged di[?]teriness of the police authorities in presenting enquiries into the ...

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  17. DELANEY V. DELANEY.

    In this case Rebecca Alice Catherine Delaney, petitioned for a divorce from her husband, on the ground of desertion. Mr. Kelly appeared for the petitioner. ...

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  18. ON THE BORDER.

    On 1st November a man named Samuel Westh[?]rill, who had delirium tremens, left Woomargama Station saying he was going to see Jesus. Yesterday ...

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  19. NATIONAL FINANCE.

    The Treasurer was sounded this morning by a representative of THE HERALD as to what be thought of Mr Robert Harper's proposal for wiping out the ...

    Article : 154 words
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  21. CONNELL V. CONNELL.

    Mr G. G. Day appeared for the petitioner in this case, in which John George Connell, a seaman, petitioned for a divorce on the ground of the misconduct of ...

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  23. HAMMEL V. HAMMEL.

    This was a d[?]sertion case, in which Mrs Emily Hammal petitioned for divorce from her husband, Franz Hammel, who was a merchant in Melbourne. The act ...

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