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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 674 words
  3. PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SHOWS.

    To day was recognised by visitors as the chief day of the show, and an immense crowd of spectators visited the grounds during the afternoon. The heat was not so ...

    Article : 1,428 words
  4. LAW REPORT.

    Mr. Hood for the plaintiff, and Mr. Hodges for the defendant. The Rev. Arthur Paul, of St. Kilda, minister of the Free Presbyterian Church of ...

    Article : 1,474 words
  5. CRICKET IN ENGLAND

    This match was continued on the Clifton College ground on Friday, when the weather was almost Australian in the intensity of its heat, while the attendance was quite as large ...

    Article : 2,446 words
  6. NEWS BY THE MAIL.

    By the arrival of the Orient R.M.S. Iberia we have received London correspondence to the 1st inst. The following are portions of our London correspondent's letters:— ...

    Article : 3,756 words
  7. MELBOURNE TRAMWAYS TRUST.

    A special meeting of the Melbourne Tramways Trust was held)yesterday afternoon. Alderman O'Grady presided, and there were present—Aldermen Moubray and Ham and ...

    Article : 1,308 words
  8. THE GREELY EXPEDITION.

    The following telegrams (Renter's Agency) published in the London papers refer to the charges of cannibalism which have been brought against the survivors of the Greely ...

    Article : 868 words
  9. HOW TO DOUBLE THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE'S FUND.

    Sir,—One of the chief causes of anxiety and grief—on the part of our much-liked bishop has been, from the first till now, the state of the abovenamed fund; £5,000 is a ...

    Article : 257 words
  10. NO RAIN.

    Sir,—What is to become of our cultivators if more rain does not fall this month? Already the wheat in many places is turning yellow, and if we have not plentiful rains ...

    Article : 217 words
  11. THE BOTANICAL-GARDENS GATES.

    I understood the Botanical gardens gates were open from sunrise to sunset. I have tried the Anderson-street gates twice this week, and have found them locked at half-past 7 ...

    Article : 141 words
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