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  2. THE TONIC SOL-FA ASSOCIATON.

    A meeting of the Victorian Tonic Sol-Fa Association was held in the hall of the Victorian-parade Congregational Church on Thursday evening last, for the purpose of welcoming ...

    Article : 529 words
  3. EXTRAORDINARY CAB ACCIDENT AT TOORAK.

    Late on Friday night a hansom cab driver, named John Orange, whilst in a state of intoxication, drove his horse and cab over a steeply-sloping embankment, about 80ft. ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Thomas Leonard Day, a labourer, who has resided here for some years, committed suicide this morning. He had been suffering from dyspepsia and muscular theumatism for ...

    Article : 592 words
  5. THE CRICKET SEASON.

    The beginning of another summer finds cricketers asking each other the important question, "Has the tide turned?" But as far as Victorians are concerned, even with the ...

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  6. BIJOU THEATRE.

    A full house has come to be such a matter of course at the principal theatres on a Saturday night that the fact is scarcely worth mentioning. But the large audience which ...

    Article : 1,432 words
  7. MUSIC AT THE EXHIBITION.

    On Saturday afternoon the concert-hall was crowded in all parts, which is not to be wondered at, as the programme was one of the most attractive yet produced, including ...

    Article : 1,332 words
  8. INTER-UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE.

    The first inter-university eight-oared race held in the colonies was rowed on the Lower Yarra on Saturday, on a course extending from the eastern end of Humbug-reach to a ...

    Article : 878 words
  9. ARREST OF EXHIBITION EMPLOYES.

    Two men, named Thomas Craddock and George Charles Rankin, were arrested on Saturday afternoon in Gore-street, Fitzroy, by Detectives West and Smithers on a charge ...

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  10. POPULAR BALLAD CONCERT AT THE TOWN-HALL.

    There was a large and (judging from the numerous recalls and encores) a well satisfied audience at the Town-hall on Saturday evening. The programme opened with the ...

    Article : 457 words
  11. SANDHURST.

    Mr. Henry von der Heyde, the well-known legal manager, left for Europe a few weeks ago. A very handsome album has been obtained, filled with portraits of Mr. von der ...

    Article : 356 words
  12. THE IRONMOULDERS' STRIKE.

    Sir,—Allow me to make a few remarks concerning the report of the "disgraceful proceedings," as contained in your issue of to-day. ...

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  13. RECENT MEETING.

    The Geological Society of Australasia held their monthly meeting at the office of the society, 17 Queen-street, on Friday afternoon. Mr. S. Percy Smith, F.G.S., was in the chair, ...

    Article : 190 words
  14. FIRE PREVENTION IN MELBOURNE.

    Sir,—I have recently had to pay what I am satisfied my firm will consider an extortionate premium on goods now displayed at the Exhibition, and this has naturally led me to ...

    Article : 625 words
  15. THE MERCHANT SHIPPING AND UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION.

    Sir,—Your London correspondent cabled to you on the 22nd ult. that the barque Zadok, bound from Port Germein to the Channel, had been "posted as missing" at Lloyd's. In The ...

    Article : 184 words
  16. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    Certificates of merit were presented by the mayor last night to the miners who recently displayed bravery in rescuing their comrades after an accident in the Shenandoah ...

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  17. THE FISCAL POLICY OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Sir,—I observe that, with a view to increase the activity and inflame the zeal of the New South Wales protectionists, repeated statements are put forward in the other colonies ...

    Article : 311 words
  18. TRADES UNIONISM.

    Sir,—In the notes on the Newcastle coal strike I notice an exemplification of perhaps the worst feature of trades unionism, viz., that the colliers do not work more than five ...

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  19. THE ELECTORATE OF NORMANBY.

    Sir,—Your correspondent "Elector," Coleraine, seems to treat with contempt the proposed name of the "Harrow" electorate, but it may be as well to point out that there are ...

    Article : 199 words
  20. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.

    Sir,—Will you allow me through your columns to draw the attention of the public and the Government to the wanton cruelty inflicted upon thousands of cattle and sheep ...

    Article : 350 words
  21. NCATTLE TRUCKING CASUALTIES.

    Sir,—In my letter to you on the above subject which appeared in your columns of the 1st inst., I stated that on the previous Tuesday two trucks of cattle had been despatched ...

    Article : 187 words
  22. STONE-THROWING AT ST. KILDA.

    Sir,—This highly dangerous practice seems to be more prevalent at St. Kilda than e[?] where. Last evening, at about quarter past 9 o'clock, whilst I was at the ...

    Article : 181 words
  23. GRAND CHORAL CONCERT.

    On Saturday evening the hall was once more filled to its fullest holding capacity by an audience eager to hear the performance of Cowen's oratorio "Ruth," which has now ...

    Article : 550 words
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