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  2. MORTALITY AMONGST SOUTH SEA ISLANDERS.

    During the winter months last year the mortality amongst the Pacific islanders employed on the sugar plantations in North Queensland was so great that it attracted ...

    Article : 158 words
  3. MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION OF VICTORIA.

    A meeting of the Metropolitan Shires Group of the Municipal Association of Victoria was held yesteday, at the Exchange, when there were present—Councillors R.G. ...

    Article : 2,125 words
  4. MR.SALA'S SECOND LECTURE.

    The subject of Mr.Sala's second lecture, delivered last night at the Town-hall, in the presence of His Excellency the Governor and suite, was "Shows and Pugeants," of which ...

    Article : 1,164 words
  5. BANQUET TO THE MAYOR OF MELBOURNE.

    An event of a very unusual, and indeed unique, character in the history of the colony occurred on Thursday, at the town-hall, when a banquet was given by the Major of ...

    Article : 931 words
  6. LATEST NEWS FROM CHINA.

    The s.s. Iolani has brought Chinese files to the 3rd inst.They report that Langson was reached by the French (who completely routed the Chinese) on the 13th [?]t., after ...

    Article : 756 words
  7. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.

    The matrimonial cause of Durham v. Milner (otherwise Durham), which was a petition by the Earl of Durham for a divorce on the ground of his wife's ...

    Article : 336 words
  8. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    A Gazette Extraordinary was issued to-day containing a proclamation proroguing Parliament till 5th of May. The Acting Colonical Secretary has received ...

    Article : 1,368 words
  9. THE QUEENSCLIFF GAS COMPANY.

    The directors of the Queensclif Gas Company celebrated this evening the completion of their works for the supply of gas to the township of Queenscliff by a banquet at ...

    Article : 329 words
  10. HEAVY SENTENCES BY THE SYDNEY CRIMINAL COURT.

    At the Central Criminal Court this morning, Thomas Meredith Sherldan, chemist, and Edward Dominic Bac and William Bell, who were convicted of being connected with ...

    Article : 175 words
  11. THE AUSTRALIA ELEVEN.

    Sir,—I, for one, had hoped that the last had been heard of the Victorian Cricketers' Association and the fourth Australian Eleven, and that the season would be ...

    Article : 925 words
  12. BEECHWORTH RACING CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 61 words
  13. A STORMY VOYAGE.

    The barque Pacific Slopearrived to-day from Burrard's Inlet in a very dilapidated condition. She encountered fearful weather during the voyage, and narrowly escaped ...

    Article : 167 words
  14. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COURSING CLUB.

    For the meeting of the South Australian Coursing Club at Hindmarah Island the only two dogs left in for the Puppy Stakes are Mr.Wheaton's Fury and Mr.Irish's Miss ...

    Article : 92 words
  15. THE VICTORIAN CHESS AND DRAUGHTS CLUB.

    The presentation of the prizes won in the late handicap tourney of this club will take place at the club's rooms, at the Cathedral Hotel, Swanston-street, this evening. The ...

    Article : 114 words
  16. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    TINTALDRA, MARCH 27.—Stock Crossings, March 23—174 fat cows from Bringenbong. New South Wales for Melbourne, Richard Kaln, owner. March 21:— Nine horses from Bringenbong, N.S.W., for ...

    Article : 586 words
  17. WANT OF WATER AT SILVERTON.

    The water supply on the held is nearly exhausted, and the soakage water at Silverton has caused an outbreak of typhoid fever. A large meeting was held at Silverton on the ...

    Article : 109 words
  18. POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

    Henry King, an elderly man, with charged on remand before Mr.Call, P.M., and a bench of justices, at the City Court on Thursday, with having embezzled £1 7s. 6d., the ...

    Article : 324 words
  19. THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS IN THE NORTH-EAST.

    Messrs.Langridge, Commissioner of Customes; Hall, M.L.A.: and Hammond, chief inspector of excise, left Wahgunyah this morning in conveyances, and inspected the ...

    Article : 107 words
  20. LOSS OF A PASSENGER OVERBOARD.

    Captain Anthon, of the steamer Dawn, reported to-day the loss of a passenger overboard during the voyage. The name of the passenger was George Murray, a man of ...

    Article : 181 words
  21. OVERLAND PASSENGERS TO AND FROM SYDNEY.

    The following is the list of passengers to and from Sydney passing through Albury, as forwarded by our correspondent:- ALBURY, THURSDAY. ...

    Article : 492 words
  22. THE RELATIONS OF CAPITAL AND LABOUR.

    Mr.B.Douglass, of the Melbourne Tradeshall, addressed the eight hours anniversary committee at a meeting to-night, and in the course of his remarks said the ...

    Article : 197 words
  23. Advertising

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    Advertising : 376 words
  24. AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

    DIMBOOLA, MARCH 27.—The wheat market continues quiet, and quotations remain at 3s. 1d. per bushol,although for a few parcels 3s, 2d. was given to-day. The farmers seem disposed to store their ...

    Article : 201 words
  25. MR.JOHN CONWAY AND THE AUSTRALIA ELEVEN.

    Sir,—Will you kindly insert the following in your valuable paper? It has been industriously circulated, to the detriment of Mr.John Conway, that that ...

    Article : 193 words
  26. THE TRADES-HALL COUNCIL.

    A meeting of the Trades-hall Council was held at the Trades-hall last night. Mr.F.H.Bromley took the chair. Mr. Middleton moved that Mr.T.W.Williams ...

    Article : 184 words
  27. INDUSTRIAL AND REFORMATORY SCHOOLS.

    Sir,—The following are extracts from your leading article of to-day:- 1. "In May 12 boys were placed in the Macedon State Nur[?]ery, under Mr. Ferguson's charge, to learn ...

    Article : 241 words
  28. A CAUTION TO FISH CONSUMERS.

    Sir,—I beg to call the attention of the fish inspector and the public, through your columns, to the following statement:—Yesterday evening on my way to the Flinders-street ...

    Article : 235 words
  29. GEELONG.

    Last evening, several men ho came from Melbourne and attended the Mount Moriac races, were driving to Geelong in the dark, when their buggy collided with a spring cart occupied by ...

    Article : 158 words
  30. CASUALTIES AND OFFENCES.

    A mean robbery was discovered on Friday afternoon by Detective Considine. Mr. Tuckett, and the firm of Messrs. Gemmell, Tuckett, and Co., reported to the detectives ...

    Article : 178 words
  31. ECHUCA.

    The revenue collected at the Echuca sub-treasury from Lands and Customs sources during the week ending March 26 amounted to £844 2s. 4d. The collections at Rochester ...

    Article : 67 words
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