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  2. AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND CHEESE AND BUTTER.

    The following important circular forwarded by Messrs. Cruickshank and Lovell, the wellknown produce merchants of London, to their constituents in Australia will be ...

    Article : 465 words
  3. JAPANESE WORKS OF ART.

    Probably the choicest collection of Japanese works of art which has yet reached this city will be sold by auction this morning in the new rooms of Messrs. Gemmell and Tuckett. ...

    Article : 623 words
  4. THE BROADFORD PAPER MILL.

    A new local manufactory of considerable importance was opened on Saturday, when the formal opening of Mr. James Macdougall's strawboard mill at Broadford took place. At ...

    Article : 1,758 words
  5. ALEXANDRA THEATRE.

    In Mr. Frank Harvey's play "The Land of the Living," produced at the Alexandra Theatre on Saturduy night, Mr. Bland Holt offers his supporters an entertainment which ...

    Article : 1,147 words
  6. PRINCESS'S THEATRE.

    Every part of this theatre was filled to overflowing on Saturday evening, when "The Gondoliers " was performed for the first time in Melbourne, and the result was an ...

    Article : 1,389 words
  7. ABOVE THE SPEAKER.

    The week has not been an exactly comfortable one for Ministers. Twice the Premier has sat in a minority with a heavy majority facing him, and though on the one ...

    Article : 2,180 words
  8. MOOREFIELD RACES.

    The Moorefield-park races were held on Saturday, when there was a fair attendance. The results were as follow:— TRAMWAY HANDICAP, ...

    Article : 710 words
  9. THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    The following results were posted on the University notice-board on Saturday:— HISTORY OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE—PART II. Third Year Arts.—Passed candidates' numbers— ...

    Article : 191 words
  10. VICTORIAN ORCHESTRA.

    The third monthly popular concert of the Victorian Orchestra was given last Saturday evening instead of next, when the Town-hall will be otherwise engaged. The attendance ...

    Article : 570 words
  11. FIRE AT BRUNSWICK.

    A fire occurred at about half-past 1 o'clock on Saturday morning at Sydney-road, Brunswick, at premises situate opposite Blythstrect, occupied by a Mrs. Clarke, and owned ...

    Article : 162 words
  12. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    HIGH WATER THIS DAY.—Morning, 1.9; afternoon, 1.41. Oct. 25.—9 a.m.: Wind W.N.W., fresh; weather cloudy, squally; barometer, 29.62; thermometer, 66. ...

    Article : 6,370 words
  13. A SAD CASE OF DESTITUTION.

    Sir,—May I ask your readers to help a case of real distress? I was sent for on Monday to see a poor woman just confined, her husband having died a few days before the birth of tier ...

    Article : 121 words
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  15. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    SWAN HILL, OCT. 23.—Stock Crossings.—Tomorrow 40 fat bullocks, the property of Mr. P. M. Monahan, of Erindale, Stoney, crossing, travelling to Kerang, owner in charge; 2,800 fat sheep from C. [?]. ...

    Article : 490 words
  16. SANDHURST.

    Catherine Whitford, who was recently committed for trial by a coroner's jury on a charge of murdering her husband at Golden-square by striking him on the head ...

    Article : 139 words
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  19. AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

    RUTHERGLEN, OCT. 25—A severe duststorm has been blowing here all yesterday and to-day, with heavy squalls, accompanied by smart showers at frequent intervals. No serious damage has yet been ...

    Article : 50 words
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