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  2. THE AVERTED COLLISION AT PORT MELBOURNE.

    The Investigation by the Court of Marine Inquiry into the circumstances under winch a collision was narrowly averted on the 4th inst. between the excursion steamers Ozone ...

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  3. ATTEMPTED INCENDIARISM.

    A married woman named Johanna Hawkins, 45 years of age, who resided with her husband at 210 Dudley-street, West Melbourne, whilst suffering from an attack of ...

    Article : 286 words
  4. THE RECENT ASSAULT AT A BICYCLE MATCH.

    The charge of assault brought by P. T. Hollick, of the Fernside Bicycle Club, against Thomas W. Basst was heard at the Court of Petty Sessions, Brunswick, on ...

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  5. LETTERS PATENT.

    Letters patent were granted by the Attorney-General on Tuesday last to the following applicants, viz:— Messrs. S. C. and W. W. Mitchell, of ...

    Article : 239 words
  6. "ROBBERY UNDER ARMS."

    Sir,—I was glad to see the able review of this book by "Telemachus" in your issue of the 18th January. With the whole weight of old world literature ranged against him, an ...

    Article : 1,118 words
  7. THE FIRST DISCOVERERS OF AUSTRALIA.

    Sir,—Will you allow me to point out that, in your notice of my article on the above subject in the Crulennial Magazine, by coupling the phrase "Anda ne barcha, winch ...

    Article : 602 words
  8. INDECENCY ON THE SEA BEACH.

    Sir,—By a letter with the above heading, signed "C.G.," published in your issue of yesterday I am reminded how much better such mitters are managed in France, where ...

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