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  2. DEATH OF MR. C. J. JENNER.

    It is with deep regret that we have to announce the sudden death of Mr. Caleb Joshua Jenner, who was for many years a leading member of the Legislative Council ...

    Article : 1,605 words
  3. MINING INTELLIGENCE AND STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

    Business to-day of good extent. Among investment stocks there was an improving market for City of Melbourne Bank, Real Estate Bank, Victoria Finance, Trustees, ...

    Article : 5,400 words
  4. THE GOVERNMENT RAILWAY BILL.

    At a meeting held to-day at Coimadai of the Toolern, Coimadai, and Bullengarook Railway League the members were unable to agree as to a united course of action, but at a ...

    Article : 1,897 words
  5. THE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION BILL.

    A misapprehension exists among some of the members of the Legislative Assembly as to what actually took place at the interview on Tuesday evening between the Premier ...

    Article : 409 words
  6. INAUGURAL FESTIVAL OF THE AUSTRAL SALON.

    The inaugural festival of the Austral Salon, a club founded by the women of Melbourne chiefly in the interests of intellectual culture, was held last evening at the ...

    Article : 794 words
  7. COMPULSORY CLOSING OF SHOPS.

    [?]preliminary meeting of shopkeepers in [?]city of Melbourne and suburbs was held [?] night at the Duke of Rotnsay Hotel, [?]zabeth-street, for the purpose of taking ...

    Article : 591 words
  8. THE PROPOSED CROSS-COUNTRY RAILWAY LINE.

    The cross-country line from Wodonga to Portland, the construction or completion of which has been urged on the Government for some time past, will form the subject of a ...

    Article : 389 words
  9. VICTORIAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

    A meeting of the delegates of the Victorian Football Association was held at Young and Jackson's Hotel last evening, Mr. W. H. Williams presiding. ...

    Article : 362 words
  10. BUILDING SOCIETY MEETING.

    The monthly meeting of the Argus Permanent Building and Investment Society was held on the 18th inst. at the society's offices, 441 Bourke-street, Mr. Thos. Cooper ...

    Article : 81 words
  11. COMPULSORY CLOSING OF SHOPS THE AMENDED BILL.

    Sir,—About five years ago an act was passed (there being no protest from the shopkeepers) entitled the Factories and Shops Act 1885. Although warned by the press that danger ...

    Article : 670 words
  12. DOOKIE ESTATE COMPANY LIMITED.

    The following report is supplied to us:— The third annual meeting of shareholders in the Dookie Estate Company Limited took place at the registered office, 34 Queen-street, ...

    Article : 196 words
  13. SANDHURST.

    The electric tramears have started running on the second section, and now regularly ply between the Sandhurst Railway Station and Ironbark. ...

    Article : 266 words
  14. GEELONG.

    The mayor (Councillor W. P. Carr) and the mayoress lately gave a ball in the town-hall, which was attended by a large gathering. A return ball was given this evening. ...

    Article : 36 words
  15. FORFEITURE UNDER THE LICENSING ACT.

    Sir,—A matter of interest to licensed victuallers was heard in the Licensing Court on Wednesday when an application was made for the trunsfer of the license of B. Teahan, ...

    Article : 360 words
  16. THE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION BILL.

    Sir,—Among the new lines included in the present Railway Bill is one from Croydon to the Launching-place. The proposed route, which branches off from the Lilydale line at ...

    Article : 370 words
  17. MR. MORTON AND THE SWING-GATE.

    Sir,—I had resolved not to trouble you further regarding this much-vexed question, feeling that your readers must be heartily tired of the subject, but Mr. Morton in his ...

    Article : 403 words
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