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  2. LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS.

    His Eminence Cardinal Moran, Archbishop of Sydney, is on a visit to Ireland, and at Dublin the freedom of that city was conferred upon him. In ...

    Article : 71 words
  3. SHORT AND SHARP, BRING CONDENSED COMMENTS ON SUBJECTS OF THE HOUR

    We are pleased to see that a very serious disability under which country auctioneers have labored in the past is about to be removed. past it has been incumbent on ...

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  4. THE SOCIAL CIRCLE.

    Young hearts and light feet tripped it merrily a the Town Hall Wednesday night. And it was a pleasant evening which the Mayor and Mayoress gave to something like 1300 of their ...

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  5. FOURTH EDITION.

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  6. CORINTHIAN FLAT RACE.

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  7. FIRE IN A RAILWAY TRAIN

    One of the trucks on the early goods train from Seymour, consigned to Toolamba, caught fire this morning destroying the whole contents, consisting of about six tons of ...

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  8. OUR COMMERCIAL COLUMN.

    The report of the directors of the City of Melbourne Building Society intimates that within a short time of their completion now their now premises, at the corner of Little Collins ...

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  9. THE MURDERS IN LONDON.

    At the inquest on the remains of a woman found murdered on the Thames Embankment it transpired that not only had the head, arms, find lege been ...

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  10. HEAVY SENTENCE ON A CHIEF STEWARD.

    Albert William Wyatt, chief steward of the Britannia was found guilty at the Criminal Court yesterday of conspiracy, also of obtaining money under false pretences from the P. ...

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  11. ROSEHILL RACES.

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  12. Still an Open Question.

    It Will be remembered that when the Queen's Hall in the Parliamentary buildings was opened the Premer invited members to celebrate the event by drinking a glass of wine. ...

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  13. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS

    The country round hero is now looking magnificent, the late rains having revived the drooping crops and pasturage. Severe frosts have been experienced since the last rams, but ...

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  14. THE BLACK MOUNTAIN EXPEDITION.

    Intelligence has just been received that the expedition organised by the Indian Government for the purpose of punishing tho A kozais for their attack on a British ...

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  15. VICTORIAN COAL

    The Chairman of the Railways Commission, Mr Speight, and the Secretary for Mines, Mr C.W. Langtree, have now returned from their visit to the coal district of Kileunda, Powlett ...

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  16. SOUTH MELBOURNE V. ALL COMERS

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  17. SEVERE FIGHTING. CAPTURE OF KATKOI

    News has been received that the third column of the British expedition against the Akozais tribes had a sharp skirmish with the enemy on the Black Mountains ...

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  18. CARDINAL MORAN IN DUBLIN.

    The freedom of the city of Dublin was to-day conferred on Cardinal Moran, Archbishop of Sydney, who delivered a speech, in the course of which he ...

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  19. DRESSES AT THE MAYOR'S BALL.

    Mrs Benjamin-- Pale blue silk, dem[?]trained gown with rich perpendicular trimmings of golden embroidery. medium Corsage and elbow sleeves. Her hair was simply rolled and ...

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  20. Keep Them Out.

    No doubt Sir Horny Parke's and his colleagues very severely strained the law a little while ago In order to keep the Chinese out of New South Wales. So. no doubt. did the ...

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  21. AQUATICS.

    The great annual 'Varsity Eight-car race on the Thames has become an event of as much importance in the old country as the time honored "Derby Day." Those races have, ...

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  22. ASSAULTING A COOK.

    An alleged attack upon an elderly female cook named Louisa Armstrong by a young man named William Turner formed the subject of an assault case heard before Messrs ...

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  23. NORTH MELBOURNE (FIRST ELEVEN) V NEXT EIGHTEEN

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  24. AUSTRIA AND GERMANY.

    At a banquet given last night, m honor of the Emperor William, of Germany, the Emperor Francis Joseph, in proposing the health of the guest, dwelt on the firm ...

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  25. WHEAT AND FLOUR.

    The market is firmer again for wheat this week on account of better news from home, where South Australian cargoes are worth 41s 6d to 42s a quarter for shipment this mouth, quotations for cargoes here. ...

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  26. THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERS.

    The post mortem examination of the body of the woman who was murdered in "Whitechapel on Sunday last disclosed the fact that the womb had been abstracted. ...

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  27. THE PRINCE OF WALES.

    H.R.H. the Prince of "Wales, who arrived here to-day on a visit to King Charles, met with the most cordial reception from the. crowds who had assembled ...

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  28. The World's Bridges.

    On this subject' which was referred to in issue' of Thursday Civil Engineer writes:-- Having rend in THE HERALD of this day that some doubt exists as to whether or not there ...

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  29. THE COLLING WOOD FOUNDLING CASE

    The fate of the baby Mathews, whose care was referred to in these columns in last 'Saturday's issue, has at last been decided. In consequence of the representations made by the ...

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  30. PROPERTY SALES.

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  31. LATEST COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Two and three- quarters per cent. Consols are [?] lower, being now quoted at 98[?] ...

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  32. FOOTBALL.

    The Fitzroy and South Ballarat teams played at the Saxon Paddock to-day. The weather was fine, and there was a good attendance. The visitors had seven of their first ...

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  33. THE MARKET RATE OF DISCOUNT.

    The market into of discount is 4[?] per cent, or [?] per cent, below the bank rate. ...

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  34. An Infamous Scoundrel.

    A man named Bapu Narayan, who is in custody at Bombay on a charge of murder, has confessed that he and four others week. implicated in an attempt to wreck the Tubbulpore ...

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  35. STOCKS AND SHARES.

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  36. THE METAL MARKET.

    Tin.--Best Australian has advanced L1, and is now quoted at L101 5s. For delivery three months hence the price is L101 10s. ...

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  37. Advertising

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  38. Plain Speaking

    Archdiocese Farrar, the well-known author of the "Life of Christ," spoke out very plainly on life Subject of Ecclesiastical Exclusiveness on the occasion of the recent ...

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  39. THE MAILS.

    The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company's R.M.S. Massilia, which left Melbourne on 24th August, arrived at Plymouth this morning. ...

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  40. ATHLETICS.

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  41. THE MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE.

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  42. M.C.R.C SCRATCH FOUR'S.

    The Melbourne City Rowing Club opened opened their season by a series of contest between scratch fours in the Yarra, above Princes Bridge this afternoon. The weather was ...

    Article : 197 words
  43. AN INTERNATIONAL IRRITATION

    President Carnot's decree compelling all foreigners resident in Franco to register themselves and establish their identity is generally regarded as an ...

    Article : 57 words
  44. FEDERAL STOCK EXCHANGE

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  45. BY WIRE.-- FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.

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  46. In the Air.

    It would seem that the masters and men in nearly a[?]l trades in the other colonies are bracing themselves together, for a contest for superiority, judging by this ...

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  47. THE UNITED STATES TARIFF

    The New York Herald describes the new Tariff Bill-- increasing the duties on wool and woollen goods, and inducing by half the duties on sugar and rice--as ...

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  48. SYDNEY.

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  49. BALLARAT.

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  50. THE YARRA YARRA ROWING CLUB

    This club commenced their season with four oared races for trophies presented by Mr Pulford. These were the results so far First Heat-- Hoskings, Barker, Butty, and ...

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  51. THE RUGBY UNION.

    The Rugby "Union has passed some stringent regulations enforcing heavy penalties on recent abuses of the rules of the game. ...

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  52. TO-NIGHT AND MONDAY.

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  53. VICTORIAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

    The delegates to the V.F.A. have ratified the win claimed by the Ballarat Club in their match with the South Ballarat, who wished to be credited with a goal alleged by them to ...

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  54. MARYBOROUGH

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  55. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    A blue jacket has been frilled by, the bursting of a gun on board H.M.S. Caroline. The Rev Joseph Parker, D.D., of the City Temple has denounced the apathetic attitude ...

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  56. CYCLING.

    The combined race meeting of the South Australian Cyclists Union and the South Australian Cricketing Association was hold on the Adelaide Oval this ...

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  57. SHIPPING ITEMS.

    The steamer Mount Humble, from Woolongong, arrived in the Bay this morning; the Alice Hawkins, ketch, from Adelaide, entered the Heads at 7.40; and the barque Northern ...

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  58. KYNETON.

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  59. What They Say of Us.

    The Woodend Star of yesterday Says:--Probably there is no more successful newspaper in the Appeared than The. Herald which, on the first instant appeared in eight ...

    Article : 186 words
  60. Advertising

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  61. BOWLING.

    The opening match of the Albert Park Bowling Club, established in connection with the South Melbourne Cricket Association took place this ...

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  62. MINING YIELDS.

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  63. Advertising

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  64. AMALGAM.

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  65. CRICKET.

    Delightfully verdant and ve[?]etty looked the ground of the M.C.C. this afternoon, when amongst themselves they played their maiden match of the season. As usual at the opening ...

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  66. Advertising

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  67. HAYMARKET REPORT

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  68. Advertising

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  69. Advertising

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  70. Advertising

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