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  2. ALEXANDRA THEATRE.

    At the Alexandra Theatre on Saturday evening Mr. Alfred Dampier commenced a special revival for four nights only of "The Count of Monte Cristo," a melodrama of ...

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  3. THEATRE ROYAL.

    The exquisite absurdities of the romantic melodramas which used to fill the old Adelphi Theatre in London night after night sixty years ago are made food for ...

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  4. BIJOU THEATRE.

    Judging by the rapt attention with which a large audienced witnessed the pertormance of Mr. C. Haddon Chambers's drama "Captain Swift" at the Bijou Theatre on ...

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  5. THE GENERAL ELECTION.

    Considerable interest centred in the meeting of the central council of the Progressive Political League which was held at the Trades-hall on Saturday night in ...

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  6. THE POSTAL CONFERENCE AT HOBART.

    The custom has now been established of holding an intercolonial conference on posta[?] and telegraphic matters annually at each of the Australasian capitals in turn, and this ...

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  7. SUMMARY FOR EUROPE.

    Mr. Shiels is to unfold the Ministerial programme at Casterton on Saturday night, and immediately afterwards the election cumpaign will begin in earnest. No attempt will ...

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  8. FATAL AFFRAY IN BENDIGO.

    A fatal affray occurred shortly before 1 o'clock this morning, which caused the death of Constable Arthur William Brown. The deceased was about 32 years of age, and has ...

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  9. A SAVAGE ASSAULT AT SOUTH MELBOURNE.

    Thomas Davis, the landlord of the Cross Keys Hotel, who was so savagely assaulted by a man named Green on Monday evening last, died at his residence on Saturday ...

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  10. ALLEGED SERIOUS ASSAULT.

    "Walter Underwood, the youth who was arrested on the charge of attempting to criminally assault a married woman named Alice Lynch, surrendered to his bail at the ...

    Article : 211 words
  11. BALLARAT.

    The sittings of the annual Movable Committee of the Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows concluded to-day. The elections resulted as follows:—G.M., Brother ...

    Article : 217 words
  12. THE PEOPLE'S PROMENADE CONCERT.

    There was a very fair attendance at the twenty-third of the People's Promenade Concertsgiven at the Exhibition-building on Saturday evening, when an attractive programme ...

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  13. FIRES IN THE CASTERTON DISTRICT.

    Our Casterton correspondent sends us the following particulars of bush fires in the Western district:—The properties are in the parishes of Wando, Barnoolut, Brimbool, ...

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  14. PROSECUTION UNDER THE LICENSING ACT.

    Considerable interest was taken in a case which came before the Richmond Bench on Saturday. Ellen Prendergast, licensee of the Queen's Arms, was prosecuted for not having ...

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  15. THE LATE MEETING OF TUE SHEEP-BREEDERS ASSOCIATION.

    Sir,—As I think the statements made of the meeting of the committee of the above society are rather one-sided, I trust you will insert the following remarks. On 28th of ...

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  16. A DUTY ON HAT LEATHERS.

    Sir,—In answer to "Bon Accord" as to the imposition of duty on hat leathers, it is the hat manufacturers who have imposed on the Commissioner of Customs by getting ...

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  17. THE CHINESE LOTTERY.

    The most severe and successful raid upon Chinese gambling dens yet known in the colony was effected by the plainclothes police on Saturday evening. For some time past ...

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  18. SUPREME COURT CRIMINAL SITTINGS.

    The following is the list of cases for trial at the criminal sittings of the Supreme Court which commence before Mr. Justice A'Beckitt to-morrow: ...

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  19. NEW MUSIC.

    We have received from the compiler, Mr. R. Bentley Young, an interesting collection of 78 Australian hymn tunes, already, we are informed, largely used in Australian churches ...

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