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  2. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    The fame of Mr. S.Miller's steepleehnser, Redleap, has reached England. A day or two ago a gentleman well-known in racing circles m Melbourne received a cable ...

    Article : 6,505 words
  3. EARLY MELBOURNE.

    It was a good idea on the part ot the [?] bition trustees to add a cyclorama of early Melbourne to the other attractions which have made the building such a popular resort. ...

    Article : 1,230 words
  4. CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF VICTORIA.

    A largely attended meeting was held yesterday evening in the Chapter-houae of St. Paul's Cathedral, in order to form a local auxiliary of the Church Missionary Society ...

    Article : 1,668 words
  5. LEGAL NOTES.

    An application for substituted service of the writ in a [?]bel action for £5,000 damages by Martin Henry Foran against Joseph Derrick, was made by the plaintiff to ...

    Article : 1,293 words
  6. AUSTRALASIAN STATISTICS.

    The Government statist has completed his computation of Australasian statistics for 1891, and we give the result hereunder. The most important fact throughout is that New ...

    Article : 149 words
  7. VICTORIAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

    the ordinary meeting of the victorian Football Association was held last night at Young and Jackson's Hotel, Mr. A. Hunt presiding. ...

    Article : 867 words
  8. SHIPPING REPORT.

    The Orient Company's R. M. S. S. Austral arrived in the bay at daybreak yesterday, and as soon as the passengers and crew had been mustered, and examined by Dr. H. M'Lean, the medical officer the ...

    Article : 750 words
  9. ACCIDENT TO A JOCKEY.

    A jocksy named Gus. Levier, l8 years of age, who resides at Booran-road, Caulfield, was seriously injured at the Richmond races yesterday whilst riding Snowflake in the ...

    Article : 103 words
  10. ALLEGED LARCENY OF GOVERNMENT MONEYS.

    Charles K. Dunbar, an ex-employe of the Railway department, is wanted by the police, who have a warrant for his arrest on a charge of larceny as a public servant of the sum of ...

    Article : 260 words
  11. THE CREMATION SOCIETY.

    Sir,—I am astonished to find that in [?] leading article in The Artgus of this morning I am specially and publicaly rebuked for the offence of irreverence to the dead, an offence ...

    Article : 239 words
  12. " RETRENCHMENT" IN THE TREASURER'S CONSTITUENCY.

    Sir,—In pursuance of the Ministerial scheme of retrenchment it had been determined to close the Upper Northcote atate school lind make it an adjunct of the ...

    Article : 166 words
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