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  2. SUMMARY FOR EUROPE.

    Parliament will be opened the day after to-morrow. The political world is absolutely calm, and the session may be expected to have a quiet beginning. In ...

    Article : 18,473 words
  3. EIGHT-HOURS ANNIVERSARY DINNER.

    The committee appointed som[?] four months ago by the various trade societies in Melbourne enjoying the eight-hours system, to carry out the necessary arrangements for ...

    Article : 1,137 words
  4. THE AUSTRALASIAN INSURANCE AND BANKING RECORD.

    An an[?]lysis of the banking averages of the whole of these colonies during the first quarter of the current year shows that the advances have at last reached a total of ...

    Article : 369 words
  5. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    The entries for several forthcoming meetings will have to be made to-day. The first event for consideration is the Steeplechas[?] Meeting of the Victoria Racing Club, to be ...

    Article : 6,651 words
  6. LAW REPORT.

    This was a motion for a mandamus to compel the police magistrate at Jeetho to [?]chear an application made by one Wm. Horsley for a licence for an hotel. [?]n ...

    Article : 2,483 words
  7. THE SIMPSON'S-ROAD BANK ROBBERY.

    No fresh information has been obtained with regard to the robbery of the Simpson'sroad branch of the National Bank. Sergeant Ronch, who is in charge of the police depot, ...

    Article : 414 words
  8. THE MALTA MAIL.

    Sir,—We in Malta have another grievance to complain of, besides that of having to wait several days for the Australian mail after the arrival of the mail steamer direct from ...

    Article : 145 words
  9. LETTER OF THANKS FROM THE MOTHER COUNTRY.

    Sir,—A few weeks since copies of a memorial were forwarded from the Royal Colonial Institute to various public bodies throughout the United Kingdom, including ...

    Article : 699 words
  10. SMOKING CARRIAGES ON THE WILLIAMSTOWN LINE.

    Sir,—I wish to draw the attention of the Railway Commissioners to the disgraceful slate of the second-class smoking carriages on the Williamstown line. ...

    Article : 119 words
  11. TRADE SOCIETY MEETINGS.

    A well-attended meeting of the Millers, Engine-drivers, and Mill Labourers' Society was h[?]ld at the Trades-hall on Saturday night, the vice-president occupying the chair. ...

    Article : 631 words
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