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  2. ELECTIONS OF MAYORS AND PRESIDENTS.

    The annual elections of mayors of cities, towns, had boroughs, and presidents of shires, were held yesterday throughout the colony, excepting in the city of Melbourne ...

    Article : 1,622 words
  3. BIJOU THEATRE.

    The announcement of a new farce by a local author, founded upon recent events, and introducing some persons who have figured prominently in the land boom and in ...

    Article : 650 words
  4. CONTENTS OF TO-DAY'S PAPER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 433 words
  5. DEATH OF MR. T. J. HAM.

    By the death of Mr. T. J. Ham, of the firm of Messrs. C. J. and T. Ham, we lose one of our old colonists of 1842, and a gentleman who was widely known and esteemed in ...

    Article : 772 words
  6. THE WAGES OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE-DRIVERS.

    In view of the dissatisfaction and unrest at present largely characterising the public attitude towards the Railway department, and in view also of certain palpably exparte ...

    Article : 1,487 words
  7. APPALLING SHIPWRECK ON THE COAST.

    A painful sensation was caused in Melbourne yesterday morning by the receipt of news that a steamer, the name of which was for a time unknown, had gone ashore on the ...

    Article : 3,911 words
  8. THE MINERS' STRIKE AT BROKEN HILL.

    There are no new developments of special importance to chronicle in connection with the strike. The decision delivered on Friday by Mr. Whittingdale Johnson in the charges ...

    Article : 1,069 words
  9. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS' ASSOCIATION.

    The twenty-third annual dinner of the Builders and Contractors' Association of Victoria was held last night at the Freemasons' hall. The president (Mr. W. Boyne) occupied ...

    Article : 608 words
  10. THE WEATHER.

    WESTRRN AUSTRALIA.—Fine, but generally cloudy; heavy showers at Esperance Bay, with south-westerly winds. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—Generally gloomy; raining [?]n ...

    Article : 449 words
  11. THE CLIFTON HILL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

    The ceremony of laying the memorial-stone of the Clifton. Hill' Presbyterian Church, Michael-street, Clifton Hill, was performed yestetday afternoon. The Rev. A. Yule ...

    Article : 456 words
  12. SUICIDE AT NORTH CARLTON.

    George Moate, a grocer, 60 years of age, who resided at 420 Rathdown-strcet, North Carlton, died in the Melbourne Hospital yesterday afternoon from the effects of ...

    Article : 237 words
  13. THE MILDURA IRRIGATION COMPANY.

    A large meeting of shareholders in the Irrigation Company was held to-night at the invitation of the board of directors to consider the present position of affairs. Recently ...

    Article : 188 words
  14. THE CHOLERA OUTBREAK IN EUROPE.

    Sir,—It may not be out of place at the present moment to draw the attention of the Public Health department to the terrible outbreak of cholera which is now attacking the ...

    Article : 489 words
  15. FATALITY AT NORTH GEMBROOK.

    On Saturday morning a report was received here to the effect that a young man had been killed at North Gembrook, through being struck by a falling tree. Constable Tait ...

    Article : 157 words
  16. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    KOONDROOK, AUG. 29.—2[?]0 sheep crossed at Koondrook punt this morning from Mr. O. Perignon's selection on Barham, N.S.W., and were trucked to-day at Koondrook trucking-yards for the ...

    Article : 141 words
  17. PRIOR BUTLER ON "SLIGHT DIVISION."

    Sir,—In Prier Batler's address in the Hibernian-hall, on Friday, he alludes to the breath which exists between the two sections of the Irish Home Rulers as a "slight ...

    Article : 409 words
  18. INQUESTS.

    The district coroner, Mr. Candler, held two inquests at the Morgue yesterday. The first concerned the deith of Margaret White, whose body was found in the Merri Creek, ...

    Article : 335 words
  19. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    COROWA, AUG. 29.—Another, fall of rain occurred last night, 26 points being recorded. The glass is still failing, and there is every indication of more. A little warm weather for the crops and grass Would ...

    Article : 383 words
  20. FATAL TRAMWAY ACCIDENT.

    A little lad named Clarence F. Bower, aged 5 years, who residis at 29 Park-street Abbotsford, sustained fatal injuries yesterday afternoon at half past 4 o'clock, when he was ...

    Article : 223 words
  21. AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

    SHEPPARTION, AUG. 29.—The prospecte of the season are very good. Heavy rain fell last week, but there have been no Hoods. The downfall so far has not been excessive, and both orchards and crops ...

    Article : 42 words
  22. CASTLEMAINE.

    In reference to the stabbing affray reported in The Argus to-day, the victim of the assault, a young woman named Elizabeth Opie, bus made a statement to the ...

    Article : 141 words
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    Advertising : 289 words
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