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  2. PROSECUTION UNDER THE FACTORIES AND SHOPS ACT.

    A case was heard in the Supreme Court yesterday before the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Holroyd, and Mr. Justice A'Beckett, in which Mr. Thomas Hope Henderson, of ...

    Article : 2,499 words
  3. A DISPUTED WILL.

    The hearing of the action in reference to the will of the late Mrs. Kate Marion Severs, the wile ot Mr. Benjamin Severs, was resumed yesterday, before Mr. Justice ...

    Article : 2,567 words
  4. THE IMPOSITION OF DOCK DUES.

    The Commissioner of Trade and Customs will most probably take action during the present month which will lead to a settlement of the question whether the Alfred ...

    Article : 2,164 words
  5. THE GRAND COFFEE PALACE COMPANY.

    The second half-yearly meeting of the Grand Coffee Palace Company was held at the Grand Hotel, Spring-street yesterday There were about 30 shareholders present, ...

    Article : 634 words
  6. MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT.

    Business continues quiet, and transactions are still of a somewhat limited charater. There is. however, a good general demand, and a fair quantitv of goods is changing hands. The general prospects are ...

    Article : 5,251 words
  7. THE BANKING LAWS COMMISSION.

    The Banking Laws Commission met yesterday at the Chief Secretary's office. There were present Mr. M. H. Davies, M.L A. (chairman), Mr. James Balfour, M.L.C., Mr. ...

    Article : 1,221 words
  8. THE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL.

    The usual weekly meeting of the committee of the Women's Hospital was held yesterday. Mrs. Turnbull occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 411 words
  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 424 words
  10. PROPOSED TRAMWAYS FOR SANDHURST.

    The proposal to establish tramways in Sandhurst seems to be gaining in public favour Mr. Horace Bastings, chairman of the Cable Tramway Construction Company, ...

    Article : 185 words
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