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  2. THE MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY.

    Present—The chancellor (Dr. Brownless, in the chair), the vice-chancellor (Dr. Madden), the Bishop of Melbourne, Mr. R. L. J. Ellery), Dr. Robertson, Mr. W. ...

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  3. THE REDUCED CABLE RATES.

    The Postmaster-General has received a report on the cable business for last year, accompanied by a comparative statement showing how the reduced rates have ...

    Article : 820 words
  4. THE GENERAL ELECTION.

    A large and influential deputation, representing the councils of Brunswick, Northcote, Alphington, and Coburg, as well as many of the citizens, waited upon SirGraham ...

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  5. MINING INTELLIGENCE AND STOOK AND SHARE MARKET.

    The market on the whole better to-day. Among investment stocks City of Melbourne and Commercial banks, Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus, and Silverton Tramway ...

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  6. SCHOOLS OF MINES.

    A new system for controlling schools of mines and technical schools has been under the consideration of the Minister of Public Instruction for some time past. The object ...

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  7. FITZROY REVISION COURT.

    Mr. O'Meara, P.M., and Councilors M'Mahon (mayor) and Britten, J.P., presided at the Fitzroy Revision Court yesterday, to hear objections, under the ...

    Article : 240 words
  8. THE RECENT DEFIANCE OF MUNICIPAL BY-LAWS.

    When reading the correspondence at the meeting of the Fitzroy Council last night the town clerk (Mr. J. B. Jones) rend a copy of a letter sent by authority of the mayor to the ...

    Article : 317 words
  9. CHARGE OF PERJURY.

    Yesterday a young man named Henry Talbot Beamish was charged at the Carlton Police Court, before Mr. Pennington, J.P., with committing wilful perjury, and was ...

    Article : 167 words
  10. PROSECUTION UNDER THE HEALTH ACT.

    The Richmond sanitary inspector yesterday summoned two Chinese for breaches of the Health Act. Ah Meng was charged with occupying premises in Ross-street after they ...

    Article : 155 words
  11. SUNDAY TRADING.

    At the Richmond Court on Monday several prosecutions for Sunday trading were dealt with. The first defendant, an ice-cream vendor, was discharged, as the Bench were ...

    Article : 188 words
  12. THE TREATMENT OF PYRITES.

    Sir,—In your Bendigo news I see that at a meeting of the Mine Managers' Association the view was expressed that the visit of Mr. Cosmo Newbery to England and the ...

    Article : 245 words
  13. PROPOSED SPECIAL TRAM RATES FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN.

    Sir,—A few days ago I wrote to the directors of the Melbourne Tramway Company to suggest that they should make a reduced charge for boys and girls attending school. I ...

    Article : 371 words
  14. THE ANGLESEY ELECTION.

    Sir,—In Saturday's issue of The Argus I observe a letter from Messrs. Wallder, Harte, and Wallder, of Seymour, complainnig that my report of Mr. Hunt's meeting ...

    Article : 261 words
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  16. MINING MEETING.

    WHEAL BYJKRKERNO T[?]INING CO.—An extraordinary meeting of shareholders was held yesterday afternoon at Scott's Hotel. Mr. J. [?]anks presided, and 28,422 shares were represented, either personally ...

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