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  2. Advertising

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  3. VARIOUS VIEWS.

    A reasonable brevity is asked of correspondents who send matter for this column. We cannot undertake to publish lengthy letters and even If we did the public would not read ...

    Article : 63 words
  4. VICTORIA RACING CLUB.

    The V.R.C. Grand National Meeting, which opened so auspiciously on Saturday. will be continued to-morrow, and as fine weather is promised there should ...

    Article : 980 words
  5. LAW OF THE LAND.

    Questions submitted for answers published in this column on Tuesdays must be seat in not later than the previous Friday. Nemo asks :--If a boy 12 years of age ...

    Article : 1,673 words
  6. RELIGION.

    Sir,--"X" appears to have taken you at your word, and has given as something in the definite article Has "Balaam's Ass." If your correspondent wilt take the trouble to ...

    Article : 64 words
  7. To the Editor of "The Herald."

    Sir,--Your correspondent "Pivotonian." in his letter in your issue of date, shown that the common-sense to which he Appeals is not epidemic in Geelong, in fact he is the most ...

    Article : 258 words
  8. THIS WEEK'S SPORTING DIARY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 225 words
  9. PALMISTRY.

    Sir,--As Mrs St. Hill very truthfully remarked in "The Herald," palmist do not yet know everything relative to the contour and marking of the hand. But I venture to state ...

    Article : 313 words
  10. To the Editor of "The Herald."

    Sir,--A correspondent, X, writes to your paper to know why Balaam's ass spoke. I wilt Inform him. It was because be wished to express his sentiments publicly, and donkey. ...

    Article : 65 words
  11. To the Editor of "The Herald."

    Sir,--Your correspondent "X" wishes to know "what was the cause that produced such a marvellous result, viz., that a donkey discussed ethical questions. There are many of ...

    Article : 70 words
  12. SOLITARY CONFINEMENT.

    Sir,--After perusing the article "At Peneridge," in Saturday's "Herald," I feel prompted to take up my pen on discovering the true facts relating to that highly important ...

    Article : 295 words
  13. To the Editor of "The Herald."

    Sir.--Let YZ be the gifted and learned teacher required by "X" to determine from ABC--the known quantity or query, the answer or unknown quantity. XYZ. Then "X" ABC : : ...

    Article : 96 words
  14. To the Editor of "The Herald."

    Sir,--Your correspondent, "X" asks the question. "What enabled the ass to talk?" and the Scripture answers, "The Lord opened the mouth or the ass," Therein if revealed the ...

    Article : 249 words
  15. BOER AND UITLANDER.

    Sir,--It has been said that press exaggerations are partly responsible for the present crisis to the Transvaal. The charge, certainly applies to the "Argus" report of Mr sampson's ...

    Article : 362 words
  16. NEWS AND NOTES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 222 words
  17. THE WATTLE.

    Sir,--I write to ask your assistance in the prevention of the whulesale destruction of the watile (Acacin -- varlous species) which is now reming into bloom, This is a matter that has ...

    Article : 112 words
  18. To the Editor of "The Herald."

    Sir,--Your correspondent. "X" aske for an explanation of this wonderful talking donkey. It had puzzled me also a good deal in my search for truth, but I think I have fairly grasped It ...

    Article : 293 words
  19. LETTERS CONDENSED.

    "M.S." writes an the subject of the O Callaghan baby, but advances nothing new. A correspondent, who writes on the subject of telegraph messengers, should read the few ...

    Article : 42 words
  20. Advertising

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  21. OLD AGE PENSIONS.

    Sir,--Could not a large proportion of the money required to provide aged people with pensions be obtained by increasing the duty or tax on the accumulated wealth of discresal ...

    Article : 244 words
  22. PATENTS APPLIED FOR.

    Phillips, Ormande, and Co., Patent and Trade Mark Agents and Engineers, of Robb's Buildings, 523 Collins street. corner King street, Melbourne, supply an with the following list ...

    Article : 249 words
  23. THE SARRATH DAY.

    Sir,--I take the liberty of bringing under your notice the dreadful law-breaking and Sunday desecration which exist In fair Melbourne and ruburbs. and crave your Influence ...

    Article : 369 words
  24. MELBOURNE STREETS.

    Sir,--I heartily axree with every word or Mr Brondbent's latter on the disgraceful statu of some of our Melbourne macadamised roads. It Is not very long since I watchol Flinders ...

    Article : 274 words
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  26. THE DAILY DINNER.

    Vermicelli Porridge. Bolted Flathead, with Anchovy Sauce. Muffins. Brawn Dread. Plum Jam. Pears. ...

    Article : 61 words
  27. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION.

    Sir,--The tactics or the advocates of religious teaching in State schools must expose them to the fate of Sisyphus. The Education Act was the deliberate word and deed of the ...

    Article : 223 words
  28. THE NEW CENTURY.

    Sir,--Your correspondent, "Pivotonian," in last Monday's "Herald.'' takes a good deal of trouble to deceive himself, If not others. If he ever lives to complete his 99th year. he will ...

    Article : 80 words
  29. DRAUGHTS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Play was resumed last night In the championship tournament. Special interest was taken In the games between Moore v. Boardman. Hoardman formed the "Fife" opening, and play ...

    Article : 258 words
  30. Advertising

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  31. To the Editor of "The Herald."

    Sir,--Referring to "Pivotontan's letter in your issue of this evening, I maintain--subject to correction If it can be proved otherwise-- that the 26th century begins on the 1st ...

    Article : 172 words
  32. REV. G. GLADSTONE.

    Sir,--Be the Nathalia dancing bother, may [be allowed to respectfully place the following, facts before your readers : -- I. The reports of sermons upon which criticisms have been ...

    Article : 189 words
  33. Advertising

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  34. To the Editor of "The Herald."

    Sir,--While thanking "Plvotontan" for his support. 1 have some diffidence in re-catering on a disenesion which you editorially closed just twelve months ago. Since then, however, ...

    Article : 304 words
  35. GENERAL.

    sir,--Allow me through your widely circulated paper to say that Mr M. L. King has probably been satisfied with his own experience (which amounts to very little) In counterion with the ...

    Article : 486 words
  36. Advertising

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