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  2. THE FAMILY SYSTEM IN THE TREATMENT OF LUNATICS.

    A medical man, accredited, or professing to be accredited, by the Governent of New South Wales, has been visiting various lunatic asylums on the continent of Europe. ...

    Article : 1,521 words
  3. MANSLAUGHTER BY A DOCTOR.

    The city coroner (Dr. Youl) held an inquest yesterday, at the Sir Charles Hotham Hotel, at the corner of Spencer and Flinders streets, on the body of Helen Tombs, a ...

    Article : 3,053 words
  4. TORPEDO DEFENCE.

    On Wednesday night Major Ellery lectured on this subject at the Military School. He gave a history of the torpedo, and described its great value as a means of defence. It was ...

    Article : 2,151 words
  5. POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

    At the City Court on Friday, before Mr. Call, P. M., and a bench of magistrates, two women named Louisa White and Elizabeth Terrant were brought up, our remand, charged ...

    Article : 872 words
  6. ABOVE THE SPEAKER.

    The record is that of a broken and, but for the division at the end, of a wasted week. When a silent member speaks, one expects pearls of wisdom to drop from his mouth. ...

    Article : 1,779 words
  7. MELBOURNE TRAMWAYS TRUST.

    The weekly meeting of the Melbourne Tramways Trust was held yesterday afternoon. Present—Alderman O'Grady (chairman, Melbounre), Councillors, Cullen ...

    Article : 511 words
  8. MEDICAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA.

    The ordinary monthly meeting was held in the hall of the society, Albert-street, on Wednesday evening last, the president, Dr. Haig, occupying the chair. ...

    Article : 713 words
  9. LICENSING APPLICATION AT WILLIAMSTOWN.

    At the Williamstown Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Alley, P. M., Mr. Purves, on behalf of Mr. D. Grant, applied, under section 10 of the Licensing Act, for a temporary ...

    Article : 520 words
  10. THE RAILWAY TIME-TABLES.

    Sir,—I wish to draw the attention of the authorities, through your columns, to the benefit the public would derive from the time tables of all the railway lines being ...

    Article : 105 words
  11. Advertising

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    Advertising : 800 words
  12. SMALL-POX OR CHICKEN-POX.

    Sir,—I have no desire to take part in the present discussion respecting the small-pox cases reported to be amongst us. But I should like to say a word or two, as an old ...

    Article : 703 words
  13. NEW PATENTS.

    Five applications for letters patent were heard and granted by the Attorney-General on Wednesday, the first being to Mr. J. R. Hart, of Ferrars-street, South-Melbourne, engineer, ...

    Article : 358 words
  14. CHARGE AGAINST A PILOT.

    The Pilot board met yesterday morning to inquire into a charge had against Pilot Blanchard by Mr. T. D. Hammond, immigration officer. Captain Fullarton presided. ...

    Article : 311 words
  15. THE CONTAGION AT THE HOSPITAL.

    Sir,—I beg you will allow me to correct a report in your issue of this date re "The Contagion at the Hospital." It is stated that the representatives of the press were not ...

    Article : 186 words
  16. RECENT MEETING.

    A successful public meeting in connexion with the Richmond Gospel Temperance Blue Ribbon Mission was held on Thursday evening in the schoolroom attached to the New ...

    Article : 108 words
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