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    AT the present moment, whilst we here in Australia are running into shoal water, and entertaining the most extravagant schemes, with the object of sustaining ...

    Article : 4,407 words
  3. THE VOLUNTEER ENCAMPMENT.

    Volunteer encampments have now become of annual occurrence, or at any rate it seems to me that for the last two or three years I have found myself detailed for duty in the field about this ...

    Article : 2,576 words
  4. THE MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

    The concluding concert of the festival, promoted by C. E, Horsley, was held in the New Exbibition-building, on Thursday evening, the attendance being as numerous, if not more ...

    Article : 499 words
  5. MINING NEWS.

    BALLAARAT, Thursday.--The Ballaarat Stock Exchange report:--There was a very fair amount of business done to-day, particulary in Break-o'- day, Royal Saxon, and Newington, all of which ...

    Article : 480 words
  6. LATEST NEWS.

    ARRIVED.--Trio, s., put back. PORT ALBERT, 18th April. The Charles Edward sailed yesterday at 10 a.m. [?] Melbourne. The Murray arrived from ...

    Article : 550 words
  7. COMMERCIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 829 words
  8. THEATRE ROYAL.

    According to their usual custom, the Philharmonic Society last evening gave, at the Theatre Royal, a grand concert of sacred music, consisting of a selection from " The Messiah," ...

    Article : 376 words
  9. THE LATE GALES.

    Already are we beginning to receive ocular demonstration and information as to the disastrous effects the late gales have had on the shipping. Yesterday a schooner named the Maid of the Mill, ...

    Article : 931 words
  10. A MORTUARY CHAPEL.

    For some years the members of the Catholic Church in Victoria have been anxious that the remains of their clergymen; a large portion of whom were the missionary fathers who left their ...

    Article : 423 words
  11. [?]ASTER MONDAY SPORTS.

    [?] Easter Monday will be a general holiday, [?] business will be transacted in the city, it [?] be a matter of concern to those individuals [?] may wish to spend the day profitably to ...

    Article : 516 words
  12. ORIENTAL BANK ROBBERY.

    At the Criminal Sessions on Thursday, John Dixon, convicted of stealing bills from the Oriental Bank, was placed in the dock. Mr. Aspinall said there were a number of ...

    Article : 574 words
  13. SHIPPING.

    April 29.--High water, Princes Bridge-Morning, 3h. 10m.; afternoon, 3h. 28m. April 19, 6 a.m.--Wind, S.E., light; weather, cloudy and overcast. Noon.--Wind, S., ...

    Article : 2,683 words
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