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  6. EXCESSIVE USURY AND THE PAWNBROKERS ACT.

    Among the many financial institutions with which most civilised countries abound--from structure which the mighty adorns the leading site of a huge ...

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  7. THOSE PREMIER PROSECUTIONS.

    There has been some curiosity on the part of the defence to know whether Mr Emmerton, of the firm of Emmerton and Smith, the former solicitors ...

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  8. LATEST CABLES.

    The above match was resumed at Stoke today, in the presence of a fair number of spectators. The weather was dull, and the wicket after the recent heavy rains ...

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  9. THE LAST MOMENT.

    In our issue of 30th June there appeared a letter signed "Ticket-bolder," in reference to the drawing of the British Gallery Art Union. The writer assumed that ...

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  10. THIS DAY'S WIRES.

    The Combermere Masonic Lodge was held last night, by special dispensation, in a room it the railway station, Albury. There was a large gathering of the Craft to receive ...

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  11. OUR DUTY TO THE UNEMPLOYED.

    Deride it as we may, it is a pitiful thing that the wait of the unemployed should be periodically heard in our streets. For, making all allowance for ...

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  12. STOCKS AND SHARES

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  13. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    The gold and specie by the mail today small. Total, L8565. Weather in Sydney today. Gloomy, wet and miserable; unsettled on the ...

    Article : 334 words
  14. WRETCHED WEATHER.

    Gloomy wet miserable weather again, in fact this rainy season seems interminable. The forecast for today is:--Wind south-west to southi-east on coast, blowing fresh with ...

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  15. CUSTOMS FRAUDS.

    In connection with the information wired yesterday that the Newcastle Customs officers had discovered contraband cigars in a house in Watt street, and that an elderly man ...

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  16. THIS WEEK'S SPURIOUS UNEMPLOYED AGITATION.

    SIR,--With your permission I should like to explain this week's proceedings, and show the public what led up in them. Last year the causes of the unemployed was taken up by the ...

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  17. FORGERY CASE.

    A Braidwood wire says that at the quarter sessions Denis Joseph Murphy was charged with forging and uttering a cheque for three pounds, which he gave to Mr Spencer, of ...

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  18. FROM BRISBANE.

    In both North and South Queensland the weather is expected to prove generally fine, Showers may be recorded here and there. ...

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  19. AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION.

    The National Association have decided to send a deputation to the Minister of Instruction to urge the necessity of the introduction of elementary agricultural ...

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  20. A SHERIFF WOULD DO HIM GOOD.

    A wretched, debilitated specimen of humanity, named George Parry, appeared before the Carlton Police Court this morning, to answer a charge of vagrancy. ...

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  21. A PECULIAR CASE.

    Some particulars recently appeared in THE HERALD respecting the death of a man named Michael Ryan, who expired a short time back to the Kyneton Hospital. An ...

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  22. FROM THE COUNTRY.

    The omission from the Railway Bill of the surveyed railway line from here to Jindiwick, which taps forty thousand acres of unoccupied Crown land, and serves a large ...

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  23. THE MELBOURNE SAVINGS BANK.

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  24. SUNDAY TRADING.

    At the South Melbourne Court this morning Richard Rose, licensee of the Myrtie Hotel, Coventry street, was charged with Sunday trading on the 15th ult. ...

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  25. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES AND LECTURES.

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  26. TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.

    A deputation from the North Fitzroy School of Design waited upon the Minister of Education this morning for the purpose of mining certain information, as some ...

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  27. KYNETON. Friday Evening.

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  28. TODAY'S SHIPPING NEWS.

    5th July.--Afternoon, 5.12; to-morrow morning 5.2[?]; afternoon, 5.[?]. ARRIVED. John and May, schooner, schooner, 48 tons, A. J. ...

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  29. ALLEGED SHOCKING OUTRAGE AT KENSINGTON.

    At the Flemington Police Court this morning Mr Barrett, J.P., remanded to Tuesday next six young men named William Morris John Johnson, James Sonnett, Edward ...

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  30. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.

    An alleged attempted suicide was reported to the Northcote police about 8 o'clock this morning. It appears that a man named William Good, residing at Plant street, ...

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  32. LATE SPORTING.

    The Australian Champion meeting will be commenced at the Moonee Valley Plumpton on Monday next, and continued on Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. ...

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    Dr. Youl held an inquest at the Melbourne Gaol today touching the death of a man named William Lake, 55 years of age, who was admitted to the gaol on Thursday from ...

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  37. Family Notices

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