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  2. ACCIDENTS AT NEW BUILDINGS.

    At the Queen's Coffee Palace building, which is being erected at the corner of Victoria and Rathdown streets, a large portion of the top cornice or main moulding came ...

    Article : 546 words
  3. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Johan Abrahams, who was recently sentenced to six months' imprisonment for obtaining money by falsely pretending that be was a Persian, priest collecting money to ...

    Article : 416 words
  4. THE MARITIME LABOUR DISPUTE

    The aspect of affairs in connection with the dispute between the Federated Seamen's Union and the Steamship Owners'Association is unchanged, but a lengthy letter ...

    Article : 1,541 words
  5. THE DEFENCE OF GREAT BRITAIN.

    In connection with the naval manocuvres which are boing carried out along the coast of Great Britain, RearAdmiral Sir George Tryon, in command ...

    Article : 107 words
  6. The Argus. PUBLISHED DAILY.

    No problem is being discussed with more gravity to-day throughout the empire than the question how to secure British commerce-including the ...

    Article : 7,485 words
  7. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND.

    The Australian Eleven commenced a match at Clifton to-day against a team representing the county of Gloucestershire. The local team went first to the wickets, ...

    Article : 231 words
  8. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    A telegram from Roebourne states that the natives at Wyndham are proving very troublesome. Several white men have been murdered, one being clubbed to death on ...

    Article : 60 words
  9. TUE COLLIERY DISPUTES IN NEW SOUTH WALKS.

    The Stockton Colliery Company, who gave notice of their intention to withdraw from the Northern Colliery Proprietors' Association, have now cancelled their former ...

    Article : 364 words
  10. THE CHINESE QUESTION.

    In the House of Commons this evening, Sir George Campboll, member for Kirealdy, asked the following questions, of which he had previously given notice: ...

    Article : 293 words
  11. MUSIC AT THE EXHIBITION.

    Yesterday at the Exhibition there was music both afternoon and evening. The attendance was fairly good in the afternoon. The galleries presented a goodly row of ...

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  12. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE:

    The Bank of England returns for the week ending Wednesday compare with those of the previous week as follows:- ...

    Article : 46 words
  13. FOUND DEAD ON THE RAILWAY LINE.

    The terribly mutilated remains of a man were found this morning by the engine-driver of an early train from Geelong, on the line between Yendon and Warrenheip. ...

    Article : 167 words
  14. QUEENSLAND.

    The schooner Undine, which was lately damaged by a collision with the steamer Kate, was docked to-day for survey and repairs. The damage was found to be of ...

    Article : 291 words
  15. WHEAT AND FLOUR AFLOAT,

    The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom compares with that at previous dates as follows:- Quarters. ...

    Article : 87 words
  16. THE BRICKLAYERS' STRIEE AT MALLARAT.

    To-day the bricklayers asked for increased wages, which more of the employers refused to give. Two contractors, however, conceded the increase, and their men,numbering about ...

    Article : 152 words
  17. ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINERING ASSOCIATION.

    A meeting of the members of the newly formed Architectural and Engineering Association was held last night, at Young and Jackson's Hotel, Mr. G. V. Bluckburne ...

    Article : 261 words
  18. THE WHEAT MARKET.

    A cargo of 13,000 quarters of wheat, now shipping at Melbourne, has boon sold at 35s. 9d. per 4801b. ...

    Article : 27 words
  19. THE MELBOURNE EXHIBITION.

    Mr William Brown, an official connected with the Department of Agriculture, Canada, is leaving for Melbourne by the P. and O. Company's R.M.S. ...

    Article : 72 words
  20. HOPS.

    The first pocket of the new English hop crop has been sold, the price realised being £15 per owt. ...

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  21. OVERLAND'S PASSENGERS TO AND FROM SYDNEY.

    The following is a list of passengers to and from Sydney passing through A'lbury as forwarded by our correspondent:- ALBURY, FRIDAY. ...

    Article : 756 words
  22. WRECK OF THE BARQUE KATE TATHAM.

    The iron barque Kate Tatham, Captain Moore, from Newcastle to Napier, with 400 tona of coal, was wrecked lost night at White Bluff, about two miles and a half from ...

    Article : 148 words
  23. DEATH OF SIR WILLIAM WESTBROOKE BURTON.

    The death is announced, at the advanced age of 94 years, of Sir William Westbrooke Burton, formorly President of tho Legislative Council of New South ...

    Article : 43 words
  24. SOUTH AUSTRALIA

    The R.M.S. Carthago sailed for Melbourne at bali-past 1 this afternoon. A fatal accident happened yesterday at Hergott, on the trans-continental railway ...

    Article : 473 words
  25. THE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL.

    The weekly meeting of the committee ot the Women's Hospital was held at the institution yesterday. Mrs. Turnbull(president) occupied the chair. ...

    Article : 133 words
  26. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The bill appointing a special commission to inquire into the chargea brought by The Times against Mr. Parnell and other members of the Irish party was ...

    Article : 52 words
  27. TO-DAY'S LAND AND PROPERTY SALES.

    Messrs Gemmell, Tucl[?]ett, and Co.—Land at Essendon. Messrs. C.J. and T. Ham.—Land at South Preston. ...

    Article : 174 words
  28. ATTACKED BY A SPERM WHALE

    While a number of Maori boats were out chasing a school of sperm whales near Gisborne to-day, one of the whales rushed at the boats, and amashed one to atoms, and stoved ...

    Article : 68 words
  29. THE IMMIGRANTS HOME.

    The weekly meeting of the committee of management of the Immigrants' Aid Society was held on Friday in the St. Kilda road division. The Superintendent reported the ...

    Article : 144 words
  30. THE WALLARAH COAL COMPANY.

    The Wallarah (Now South Wales) Coal Company, which was recently placed on the market with a capital of £100,000, has been successfully floated, the amount ...

    Article : 45 words
  31. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    APSLEY, Aug. 10.—Stook Crossings—[?] and 2 owes from Hynam, travelling to Melbourne for exhibition at the forchooming Shee[?]' Association Show. The weather during the last few days ...

    Article : 42 words
  32. STATE-AIDED COLONISATION.

    On the motion of the Government, a select committee has been appointed to inquire into tho question of state-aided colonisation. ...

    Article : 28 words
  33. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    ALBURY, Aug.—. 10.—Stook Movements.—27 trucks ot fat sheep from Dubbo to Melbourne, Powers, Rutherford, and Co; 14 trucks fat cattle from D[?] to Melbourne, [?], Son, and Parkor; 14 trucks ...

    Article : 347 words
  34. SANDHURST.

    Mr. Jacob Cohn was chosen as mayor of the city to-day. The formal election takes place on Monday. ...

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  35. INSPECTION OF RAILWAY LINES.

    Messrs, Watson, engineer-in-chief; Lunt, engineer of existing lines; and Francis, traffic manager, arrived here at mid-day from S[?] accompanied by Mr. ...

    Article : 176 words
  36. BRIGHTON LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

    The 25th annual meeting of the Drighton Ladies' Benevolent Society was held in the Free Library, Bay-street, on Thursday evening. M. H. R. Reid was voted to the chair. ...

    Article : 176 words
  37. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL.

    The Local Government Bill was last night read a third time in the House of Lords. ...

    Article : 23 words
  38. OVERLAND PASSENGERS TO AND FROM ADELAIDE.

    The following passengers left Melbourne for Adelaide by the expresa yesterday:— Messrs, [?], Dancker, Stock, Worsnop,Shapland, Bellingham, Ounter, [?], Garner, and ...

    Article : 100 words
  39. THE SUNDAY MORNING TRAIN FROM GLENFERRIE.

    Sir,—The letter in your issue of to-day from ladies resident in Glenferris is very much to the point, for, week after week, when my family return, great complaints are ...

    Article : 158 words
  40. THE NAVAL DEFENCE OF AUSTRALIA.

    The bill providing for the defence of the Australian colonies by means of an auxiliary equadron was last night road a second time in the House of Commons. ...

    Article : 40 words
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  43. NEW ZEALAND.

    An old man named William Bates was cat to pieces on the Lyltelton railway to-day. He fell from the train,,which passed over his body, severing it in two. ...

    Article : 190 words
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  45. THE FATAL FIRE OFF BOURKE-STREET.

    The inquest on the body of the artilleryman. Altred Lunglands, who was burnt to death in the house in Juliet-lane, on Thursday, was to have been held yesterday, but ...

    Article : 72 words
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