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  2. MUSIC AT THE EXHIBITION.

    There was a very good attendance in the Exhibition Concert-hall yesterday afternoon, the floor space and galleries being bandsomely filled, and the shilling reserved apace ...

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  3. CANADA, AUSTRALIA, AND ENGLAND.

    A lecture was delivered last evening, at the Scots Chnrch, Collins street, on the subject ot "Canada, Australia, and the Mother Country," by the Rev. Principal Grant, of ...

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  4. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Two lads were playing with a toy revolver at Parramatta on Tuesday, when one of them, named John Braddick, was wounded with a pellet, which entered his neck and lodged ...

    Article : 357 words
  5. THE MARITIME LABOUR DISPUTE.

    Comparitively little interest is being excited by the dispute between the Maritime Labour Council and the Oceanic Steamship Company with regard to the employment of ...

    Article : 353 words
  6. THE COLLIERY DISPUTE AT NEWCASTLE.

    As long as there appeared to be the slightest prospect of a settlement a large section of the people here held a strong belief that the threatened strike of the ...

    Article : 4,154 words
  7. THE SHEARING DIFFICULTY.

    A well attended meeting of the Ararat and Wimmera District Sheep farmers' Association was held to day, Mr. Skene (the president) in the chair, when the report of the ...

    Article : 272 words
  8. QUEENSLAND.

    Messrs. J Thornlee Smith, James Lalor, and John Scott have been appointed members of the Legislative Council. The Executive Council to-day considered ...

    Article : 282 words
  9. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS.

    Mr. James Mackintosh, who is a candidate for the Northern Province, addressed a fair number of the electors in the local Mechanics'hall last evening. Councillor Hogan ...

    Article : 201 words
  10. GRAND CHORAL CONCERT.

    The evening was devoted to a "grand choral" concert, and was the first Thursday night on which the general public bad access to the concert-room. The other Thursday ...

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  11. INTERRUPTIONS OF THE RAILWAY TRAFFIC.

    Traffic on the Williamstown line was considerably disarranged into yesterday afternoon during the busiest time of the day, owing to mishaps to two engines, and much ...

    Article : 216 words
  12. THE PROTECTION CONFERENGE IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Protection Union Conference to-day passed further resolutions expressing the policy of the union. After a long discussion on matters of detail connected with the ...

    Article : 259 words
  13. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Government geologist returned to-day from his inspection of the alleged coal discovery at Murray Flats. He has reported to the Minister of Lands that he was unable to ...

    Article : 274 words
  14. EXHIBITION MUSIC.

    Sir,—In his sarcastic letter this morning "Banjo" rather overshoots the mark, for it would not be without some deliberation that anyone conversant with the subject would ...

    Article : 328 words
  15. MURDER IN QUEENSLAND.

    A shocking murder was committed at Geraldton to-day, Edward Maher, a contractor on the Goondi plantation, left his home in company with two aboriginals ...

    Article : 77 words
  16. TASMANIA.

    The Shaw, Savill, and Albion Co,'s Steamer Tainui, from London July 12 and Cape August 4, arrived to-day with 65 passengers for the colonies, 15 being for Hobart, 26 for ...

    Article : 135 words
  17. AGRIGULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

    RUPANYUP, AUG. 22.—A slight thunderstorm passed over yesterday evening, but only a few points of rain fell, which, with a slight shower on Sunday night, makes up another 10 points for this month. ...

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  18. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    In the Assembly to-day the budget debate was continued briefly and further postponed. An opinion was expressed that the Treasurer had over-estimated the revenue. ...

    Article : 77 words
  19. THE PROPOSED FOUNDLING HOSPITAL.

    Sir,—In consequence of the opposition manifested to the establishment of a Foundling Hospital, I have decided, so far as I am individually concerned, to take no further ...

    Article : 110 words
  20. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    WAHGUNYAH, AUG. 23.—2,999 fat merino wethere from Dubbo Station crossed to-day, and will truck to-morrow for Craigloburn, Matthews Brothers owners, Powers, Rutherford, and Co., agents. ...

    Article : 83 words
  21. NEW ZEALAND.

    Information has been received here that H.M.S. Calliope sails immediately for Fiji, for the purpose of taking Sir J. Thurston to Tonga on important business. ...

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  22. NEW INSOLVENT.

    Hugo Gorlitz, of Parliament-place, East Melbourne, operatic manager. Complete schedule. Liabilities, £3,374 4s. 1d.; assets, £1,772 6s. 4d.; deficiency, £1,601 17s. 9d. ...

    Article : 29 words
  23. NEW SOUTH WALES.S

    ALBURY, AUG. 23.—Stock Movements.—948 store bullocks, from Rawbelle, Queensland, to Victoria W. B.Shaw and Co.; 1,496 store ballocks, from Queensland, to Victoria, J.C. Ryrie owner; 100 rains from ...

    Article : 132 words
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