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  2. SUMMARY OF NEW ZEALAND NEWS.

    The libel action brought by Mr.G.Hitchison M.H. R.against Mr.Ballance, the Premier, has been heard at Wanganui and resulted in Mr.Hutchison being nonsuited ...

    Article : 1,415 words
  3. ENGLISH AND AUSTRALIAN MOHTGAGE BANK.

    An extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders of the English and Australian Mortgage Bank Limited was held on Thursday at the Olderfleet, to receive the directors' ...

    Article : 1,684 words
  4. NEW PICTURES AT THE PUBLIC GALLERY.

    Mr.Prell is to be thanked for having placed two of Hans Gude's finest works inthe National Gallery for the public enjoyment Each picture represents a twelve months' ...

    Article : 758 words
  5. NOVEL NOTES.

    I tried a little while age to cure MacShaugnassy of his fatal passion for advice-giving by repeating to him a very sad story that was told to me by a gentleman I met in an ...

    Article : 5,565 words
  6. "A VAST RETRENCHMENT."

    "I a[?]'t a man to go fooling round; [?] the man that does things, I tell you."—Tramp abroad. I had occasion this morning to travel into the country by goods train. Perched high up ...

    Article : 1,133 words
  7. METROPOLITAN FIRE BRIGADES BOARD.

    Presents—Messrs E.S.Watson (president), J.E. Rigby, W.Keele, H.de Kellett, R. C. Anderson, G. Terry, S.Mauger, J.R. Ballenger, W.Lee Archer, and D. J. Stein. ...

    Article : 216 words
  8. PROBATE DUTIES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 168 words
  9. COUNTRY FIRE BRIGADES BOARD.

    Mr. J. Sinclair occupied the chair and there were also present Messrs. H. A. Clawfold, J. Lynch, jun, T. Casey, and J. G. Mickelburgh. ...

    Article : 319 words
  10. THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONERS AND RAILWAY RETRENCHMENT.

    Sir,—you have lately shown up some of the so-called "retrenchments" of the deputy commissioners, and I wish to bring another piece of their cheese-paring qualities before ...

    Article : 286 words
  11. SELLING WINE WITHOUT A LICENSE.

    At the Notth Melbourne Court yesterday, a charge of selling wine on Sunday, 27th ult, was preferred against lames Gillespie, the licensee at the Royal-park. Inspector Brown ...

    Article : 88 words
  12. AN APPEAL TO THE BENEVOLENT.

    Sir,—I hope you will allow me to make an appeal through your columns for help for a sadly necessitous case.I know the times are bad, but I also know there are many who ...

    Article : 245 words
  13. BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.

    The weekly meeting of the committee of the Benevolent Asylum was held on Thursday at the institution.Mr.E.Ashley presided and there were also present—Messrs. ...

    Article : 287 words
  14. HINTS TO THE ELECTORS.

    Sir,—In addition to the three classes referred to by your correspondent "Peter," there is a fourth class, and a very important one— the "free labourer"—whose interest, is ...

    Article : 96 words
  15. Advertising

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    Advertising : 211 words
  16. THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    Lectures will be resumed on Wednesday, 20th April. ORCHESTRAL CLASS. The Ormond Professor of Music give ...

    Article : 36 words
  17. Advertising

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    Advertising : 54 words
  18. Advertising

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    Advertising : 48 words
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    Advertising : 12 words
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