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  2. Advertising

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  4. THE PROROGATION

    The Legislative Council Chamber was full of visitor at the prorogation ceremony, but it was not thronged. Everybody had comfortable seat except ...

    Article : 412 words
  5. LATE SPORTING.

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  6. OUR RAILWAYS.

    The result of the ballot taken in the Locomotive Engine-drivers' and Firemen's Association upon the demand of the Acting Commissioner of Railways, acting ...

    Article : 621 words
  7. ELECTRICAL PROJECT.

    The Victoria Electric Lighting, Heat, and Power Company applied this morning to Mr. Bent,Minister for Public Works, and Minister charged with the ...

    Article : 936 words
  8. A VANISHED WIFE.

    The mystery surrounding the disappearance of Mrs. Rosa Scholz from the home of her husbandm Edward Scholz, ironmonger, of 808 Nicholson street, North ...

    Article : 594 words
  9. MATTER OF COMMISSION.

    In the Practice Court to-day, Mr. J. O'Hara Wood, Instructed by Messrs. Whiting and Altken, applied to Mr. Justice A'Beckett for an order directing the ...

    Article : 617 words
  10. AN EARTHQUAKE.

    The severest shock of earthquake ever felt at Warrnambool was experienced this morning. It occurred at 9.52, and created intense consternation amongst the ...

    Article : 540 words
  11. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Earthquake. No doubt about it. A serious shock at Warrnambool. People there get a great fright, and ...

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  12. OUR SHIPPING RECORD

    High water at Williamstown, to-morrow, [?] 10.41 a.m., 11.17 p.m. To-morrow's projected departures are :-- Syrian, steamer, for Sydney and all Qu[?]ss. ...

    Article : 364 words
  13. BOISTEROUS WEATHER

    During last night and to-day very severe weather has been experienced along the southern coast of Australia. Mr. Baraechi yesterday told us that a depression was making ...

    Article : 345 words
  14. IN THE ASSEMBLY.

    The Deputy Speaker (Mr. Beazley) took the chair at a quarter before two, and memebers, of whom there were a goodly number present, sat quietly and ...

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  15. TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW.

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  16. THIS EVENING'S FIXTURES.

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  17. TO-MORROW. SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS.

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  18. RICHMOND RACES.

    The Richmond Racing Club held a meeting this afternoon. The weather was fine, and the attendance satisfactory. The following are the results of the racing:-- ...

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  19. INCOME TAX.

    It was thought that the whole of the income tax returns for the State would have reached the head office by the end of last week, but such has not been the ...

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  20. A DUTCH AUCTION

    Must a butcher who wishes to clear out his stock on Saturday night by means of a Dutch auction be the holder of an auctioneer's license ? ...

    Article : 323 words
  21. THE LOCOMOTIVE TENDERS.

    The Minister for Railways (Mr. Bent) brought before the Cabinet this morning the tenders which had been received yesterday for the 30 locomotives the ...

    Article : 286 words
  22. STOCKS AND SHARES

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  23. GALES AT GEELONG.

    One of the fiercest gales experienced here for come time past in blowing to-day, and there is a high sea running. On the bay considerable damage has been sustained by the small craft. ...

    Article : 82 words
  24. Advertising

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  25. STEAMER BURRUMBEET.

    While steaming from Melbourne the steamer Burrumbeet encountered a terrific sea, which was wildly agitated by the heavy south-west gate. when off Cape Otway the vessel shipped ...

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  26. LADY WRIXON ENTERTAINS.

    After the prorogation ceremony, Lady Wrixon entertained members and their wives of daughters and distinguished visitors at afternoon tea. ...

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  27. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Telegrams from Gladstone and Georgetown report that shocks of earthquake were felt this morning. At Gladstone the shock was felt at ...

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  28. HE ROSE SUDDENLY.

    The inquest into the circumstances of the death of John Thomson Bell, Government draughtsman, which occurred suddenly at his home, in South Melbourne, ...

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  29. HEAD ON THE RAIL.

    At about 4.30 this morning Constable O'Sulivan was passing over the Church street Bridge at the East Richmond railway station when he heard a man's ...

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  30. CONSTABLE MURDERED

    The hearing of the charge preferred against Digby Grand and Henry Jones, of murdering Constable Long, at Auburn, on 19th January, was resumed ...

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  31. UNBEARABLE LIFE.

    At the St. Klida Court to-day Alfred Allen, of 91 Fitzroy street, keeper of a boot establishment, was summoned by his wife, Mary Aon Allen, residing at 78 Union street, ...

    Article : 355 words
  32. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    The secretary to the unemployed. Mr. J. W. Fleming, called at "The Herald" office this afternoon, and in gratified tones communicated information of a very generous ...

    Article : 158 words
  33. PERSONAL.

    The Postmaster-General, the Hon. J. G. Drake, returned to Melbourne by the Sydney express this afternoon. Mr. J. W. Kirton. M.L.A. having ...

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  34. SUNBURY CAMP

    The programme for Easter Monday at the Sunbury Camp was issued in an order by the State Commandant this afternoon. ...

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  35. MINING CONFERENCE.

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  36. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    The monthly meeting of the Council of the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria was held at the Equitable Building this afternoon. Mr. Job Smith, president of ...

    Article : 353 words
  37. GRAIN SALES.

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  38. CAPTAIN CURRIE'S IDEA.

    The Commissioners of Savings Banks inspected the new premises of the Geelong branch yesterday. Speaking at the luncheon which followed the inspection. ...

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  39. THE MEAT MARKET.

    There was full attendance of both town and country buyers at Newmarket this morning when the sheep and lamb sales commenced. ...

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  40. WATER QUESTION.

    As already announced, the State Commandant has arranged to have ail the water for the camp boiled before use, but an offer that was brought under General ...

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  41. INTER-STATE TRADE.

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  42. Advertising

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  43. TO-MORROW'S LAW LIST.

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  44. CHARTERS TOWERS.

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