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  5. WAS THE MEAT HEALTHY ?

    A case-- the first of its kind-- in which Alfred Norman Hyland, butcher, of Victoria street, Abbotsford, claimed the return of certain meat, alleged to have been ...

    Article : 644 words
  6. OUR TELEPHONE.

    Hallo I is that THE HERALD? Yes. What do you want ? Now that the latest property distribution scheme is disposed of I've and ides of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 707 words
  7. VILLAGE SETTLEMENT TROUBLES.

    Mr M'Intyre, Minister of Lands, was at his office this morning, and though he looked rather worn and pale from the effects of his injuries, stated that he felt ...

    Article : 560 words
  8. SOCIAL SALVATION PER SEWAGE.

    The Rev. Dr. Strong is fond of proclaiming the gospel of social salvation through the spade. The Rev. A. R. Edgar may for the future be ...

    Article : 717 words
  9. ALAS, POOR YORICK [?]

    THE LATE MR JOHN R. GREVILLE. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. THE RAILWAYS AND VICTORIAN COAL.

    As stated in Saturday's HERALD the fears entertained by Victorian coal companies that the Railway department intends to use less of the locally raised ...

    Article : 341 words
  11. NORTHERN COLONIES.

    The two Frenchmen, Lennat and Redonle, supposed escapes from New Calsdents. were remanded at the Central Police Court this morning. ...

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  12. THE BLACK INSOLVENCY.

    The trial of William George Blade, Rowan Hamilton Thompson and George Crouch Smith was continued in the Criminal Court before the Chief Justice this morning. ...

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  13. THE NORTH MELBOURNE MURDER.

    Detectives Cawsey, Whitney and Cook.' are busily engaged in getting up the case against Watson and Mitchell. charged with the murder of the Frenchman, ...

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  14. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Good feeling on 'Change to-day. May it endure ! A portrait in this evening's HERALD of the late John R, Greville. ...

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  15. A PUBLIC OFFICER.

    To-day Mr Ebenezer J. Thomas, Secretary to the Premier's Department, retires from the public service, and the event is fraught with more than usual ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. NEW AUSTRALIA.

    The Royal Tar arrived at the Samaphers from Monte Video this morning in ballast. Captain Kennody is in command, and the passengers include Mrs Lamb and there ...

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  17. BEFORE THE CORONER.

    Dr Youl, the City Coroner, held an inquest at the Morgue this morning as to the death of John Henry Ely, a railway laborer, who on Friday morning was run ...

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  18. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    Meetings were hold in the Insolvency Court before H. W. Macleod, chief clerk, to-day, in the estates of the following:-- Alfred Arthur Sayles, of North Carlton, ...

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  19. THE BLACKWOOD SETTLEMENT.

    Them is great excitement at the North Blackwood Village Settlement. Some of the settlers are alleged to have threatened a resident who refused to ...

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  20. THE GOLDEN WEST.

    Mr Beglehole. of Coolgardio fame, is at present in Melbourne, He desires to say that he is not the owner of the Lady Forest claim, referred to our in Perth ...

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  21. A PROSPECTOR'S HAND STAMP.

    A public trial of a prospector's light portable hand stamp for quarts crashing look place at O'Grady's foundry, Smith Melbourne, this morning. There was a good ...

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  22. FOUND DROWNED.

    On Friday last Mr William Jerman, boatbuilder, was rowing on the river, and near the Botanical Gardens saw the body of a man floating. He reported the matter ...

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  23. FIRE AT BLOOMFIELD.

    About 11 o'clock last night the dwelling-house of Mr Arthur Beard, grazier, of Bloomfield, together with the whole of his household furniture, were completely. ...

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  24. A SUSPECTED TRIO.

    Edward Lyons, Patrick O'Connor and Doniel Hompfield, alias "Darkey Don" alias "Don Murray." alias "Jim Hall." were charged at the Fitzroy Court to-day on ...

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  25. FATAL KICK FROM A HORSE.

    An inquest was held by Dr Youl, at the Melbourne Hospital to-day, touching the death of a boy named Cecil Knight, two and a half years old. On the 24th inst. ...

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  28. DEATH FROM HEART DISEASE.

    At the Melbourne Hospital also, Dr Youl inquired into the death of William Smith, who expired suddenly on Saturday last. The evidence showed that ...

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  31. THE LAND IS THE PEOPLE'S.

    Questioned on the subject of the troubles at the settlement at North Blackwood, Mr M'Intyre said to-day it appeared that the trouble arose through ...

    Article : 198 words
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