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  2. CONTENTS OF TO-DAY'S PAPER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 626 words
  3. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The Premier visited Waratah yesterday, and met with a cordial reception. He said nothing which threw any light on the political situation. ...

    Article : 708 words
  4. LAW REPORT.

    This was a summons referred to the Full Court by the Chief Justice taken out by the solicitor for Henry George Yates, the committed of George Annand, a lunatic, resident ...

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  5. THE VICTORIAN NAVAL FORCE.

    Captain Mann, of H. M. S. Rapid, has received from the Admiralty an official notification of his appointment as naval commandant of the Victorian Naval forces, but he is not ...

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  6. MUSIC AT THE EXHIBITION.

    There was a grand attendance at the afternoon concert in the Exbition on Saturday, every seat in the great hall being occupied. The first number on the ...

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  7. THE POSITION OF THE RICHMOND COUNCIL.

    Two or three years since the doings of the Richmond Council attracted considerable notoriety, and its constant "scenes" were the theme of much discussion. Public ...

    Article : 432 words
  8. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    A second coal-mining company is in course of formation to mine for coal at Irwin. Very encouraging accounts have been received from the field, and it is believed that a ...

    Article : 44 words
  9. THE ALFRED HOSPITAL

    The managers met on Friday afternoon, at the hospital. The members present were:— Messrs. R L. J. Ellery (president), T. Alston, J. H. Flack, R. W. Dickson, and D. ...

    Article : 353 words
  10. THE WEATHER IN NAW SOUTH WALES.

    Severe thunderstorms accompanied by very heavy falls of rain in places broke over the greater part of the coast districts yesterday and to-day. Sydney and the coast stations to ...

    Article : 349 words
  11. THE WOODLANDS SHEARING OUTRAGE.

    In the case of the Woodlands shearing outrage the jury, who had been locked up all night, were at hulf-past 12 a.m. unable to arrive at any other verdict than that Ball was not ...

    Article : 114 words
  12. BALLARAT.

    The farmer, Charles Dunn, charged at the assizes with sheep stealing, was found not guilty and acquitted. It was alleged that Dunn had shorn, with his son, some 80 ...

    Article : 314 words
  13. FIRES.

    Yesterday afternoon Constable Pauling, whilst passing the City of Melbourne Bank, at the corner of Elizabeth-street and Collinsstreet, noticed that the main banking ...

    Article : 133 words
  14. A STEAMER ASHORE.

    The Bowra, a small steamer which came round here recently from Adelaide, was reported yesterday as having gone ashore at Apollo Bay. The Bowra has been trading to ...

    Article : 57 words
  15. THE AMERICAN BASEBALL TEAMS.

    The American baseballers played their first match in Australia on the Association-ground yesterday, in the presence of about 6,000 spectators. The game resulted in a victory ...

    Article : 233 words
  16. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS GENERAL LIBRARY.

    The monthly meeting of the committee of the Victorian Railways General Library was held on the 10th inst. in the Sailors' Home, Mr. Macartney in the chair. The ...

    Article : 278 words
  17. ACCIDENT TO A BOY.

    A [?] named Samuel Polioch, 10 years of age, residing with his parents in Barwisestreet, Hotham-hill, was admitted to the Melbourne Hospital yesterday afternoon ...

    Article : 95 words
  18. FIRE AT THE QUEEN'S WHARF.

    A fire occurred at the No. 4 wharf yesterday afternoon, about 5 o'clock, amongst 519 bales of bay, which were brought here by the s. s. Manapouri, consigned to Messrs. ...

    Article : 102 words
  19. BRUTAL ASSAULTION A WIFE.

    On Saturday afternoon a sand-carter named Lawrence Lyons, residing at No. 185 Gladstone-place, South Melbourne savagely assaulted his wife, Mary Anne Lyons, and ...

    Article : 191 words
  20. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A fatal accident occurred on the claim of the New Nelson Company to-day. Some tittle boys, suns of Mr. J. Pearce, were playing near an abandoned shaft about 90ft. ...

    Article : 195 words
  21. EVENING POPULAR CONCERT.

    At the concert in the evening the attendance was by no means large, and the programme was undoubtedly too long, containing as it did 14 numbers of mixed music. ...

    Article : 326 words
  22. GEELONG.

    A man named James Harding, a labourer, was charged at the Police Court to-day with wilfully trespassing on the premieses of Mr. William M' Clelland, a farmer at Lara, ...

    Article : 150 words
  23. THE IMMIGRANTS' HOME.

    The weekly meeting of the committee of management of the Immigrants Aid Society was held on Friday in the St. Kilda road division. Present—Messrs. H. Moore and, ...

    Article : 176 words
  24. THE SYDNEY TRAMWAYS.

    Only three tenders were received for the leasing of the tramways in Sydney and the suburbs, and these were returned to the tenderers yesterday. The tenderers were ...

    Article : 69 words
  25. STABBING CASE AT PORT MELBOURNE.

    A man named Robert Klunder, 35 years of age, was arrested at Port Melbourne yesterday morning on a charge of maticiously wounding Richard Hetlinger, Klunder was ...

    Article : 216 words
  26. RAILWAY GRIEVANCES.

    Sir,—Without desiring to call in question the management of the railway traffic for passengers under Mr. Speight's management, I would take the opportunity of bringing under ...

    Article : 449 words
  27. QUEENSLAND.

    [?] are very prevalent now Over a large portion of the colony. Storms occurred here yesterday and to-day, with a good fall of rain. There was a very heavy ...

    Article : 123 words
  28. THE CALIFORNIAN THISTLE.

    The select committee to consider the question of the extirpation of the Californian thistle met at the shire office here this evening, but few farmers attended, apparently ...

    Article : 143 words
  29. THE WEATHER.

    The temperature became very low this afternoon, and continuous showers [?]. HOTSPUR, FRIDAY. The drought in this district was broken ...

    Article : 66 words
  30. SANDHURST.

    Last night, in the town-hall, the major presented the medals and certificates of the Royal Humane Society to 22 miners, including three mining managers, for conspicuous ...

    Article : 109 words
  31. SALVATION ARMY RESCUE WORK.

    Sir,—Amongst the varied agencies which exist in this city adapted to rescue our fellow men from intemperance, crime, and immorality, the institutions carried on by Colonel ...

    Article : 520 words
  32. THE WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE.

    The following results have been declared:— APPLIED MECHANICS.—Pasped with credit (in order of merit)—S. G. Nish, H. Ower, Chas, H. Perrin, W. T. Balrd, H. Warnock, W. Jamer, W. J. ...

    Article : 56 words
  33. ECHUCA.

    The residents, and particularly business people have been considerably exercised lately by the disinelination of the insurance companies to accept fire risks, although in ...

    Article : 146 words
  34. A DEMAND FOR THE POLICE.

    Sir,—Allow me to draw the attention of the authorities to the condition of that part of Evelyn-street, between Collins-street and Victoria parade — particularly the eastern ...

    Article : 298 words
  35. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A demonstration to raise funds for a testimonial to Dr. Charles Mackay, the wellknown poet and writer, was held in the Jubilee Exhibition-building yesterday. ...

    Article : 148 words
  36. WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION OF TIMBER.

    Sir,—Would you kindly permit me some space in your esteemed paper to discuss a fact that must seriously affect the climate of this country sooner or later, viz., the wholesale ...

    Article : 458 words
  37. THE SYDNEY TRAMWAYS.

    Sir,—In connection with the above matter, you in this morning's issue, publish the following statement as telegraphed from your correspondent in Sydney:— ...

    Article : 376 words
  38. THE PROSECUTION FOR VIVISECTION.

    Sir,—The extreme publicity that has been given to the case of so called cruelty justifies me, I think, in asking you to point out that the decision of the Bench would have been ...

    Article : 150 words
  39. TASMANIA.

    Mr. A. Crisp has been re-elected mayor of Hobart and Mr. D. Scott has been elected mayor of Launceston. The preparations are all complete for the ...

    Article : 151 words
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  45. NEW ZEALAND.

    Those who are familiar with the difficult nature of the country between Smith Sound and Lake Manapouri, in which Professor Brown, of the Otago University, has been ...

    Article : 72 words
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