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  2. THEATRES AND ENTERTAINMENTS.

    The current season at the Princess's Theatre will tertimate this week, and that at the Bijou Theatre next week, and after that there will be no theatre open in Melbourne ...

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  3. THIRD PARLIAMENTARY TRIP TO THE MALLEE.

    On Thursday night a Parliamentary party organised by Mr. Baker, the member for Lowan, set out for an inspection of the mallee settlement which has taken place in ...

    Article : 2,229 words
  4. THE LATE JAY GOULD.

    The biography of a man like Jay Gould, who has just died in New York at the age of 62, might be epitmised in a single sentence—"He was born in the year 1830; he ...

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  5. THE HAWTHORN MYSTERY.

    The detectives are still continuing their investigation in the hope of clearing up the mystery attending the shocking discoveries of human remains at Hawthorn and South ...

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  6. SUMMARY FOR EUROPE.

    The Government having for so long allowed the charge that it had no progressive policy to go by default it was never expected to awaken to the necessites of the times, but ...

    Article : 1,473 words
  7. CASUAL NOTES BY A "BIRD OF PASSAGE."

    Sir,—The fame of your paper has reached everybody in Great Britain who has any pretension to general literary knowledge, and of course in Australia the Melbourne Argus ...

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  8. THE SUPREME COURT SITTINGS AT BALLARAT.

    In the Supreme Court yesterday Mr. Justice A'Beckett sentenced John Ryan for horse stealing to six months imprisonment in Castlemaine Gaol, and John Murphy for ...

    Article : 234 words
  9. SERIOUS CARRIAGE ACCIDENT.

    A serious buggy accident involving the dangerous injury of Mr. John Shegog, governor of the Melbourne Gaol, and his wife and lesser hurts to two other persons, ...

    Article : 460 words
  10. BENDIGO.

    The Prospecting Board has recommended the following allocations out of the lapsed votes:—Summerhill Company (Bendigo), £100; Hallam (Rushworth), Tobin ...

    Article : 408 words
  11. CHRISTMAS APPEALS.

    Sir,—With the return of the Christmas season I should like, with your permission to draw public attention through your columns to the awful struggle the Little Sisters have ...

    Article : 460 words
  12. GAS EXPLOSION IN THE CITY.

    Some alarm was occasioned in the city early yesterday evening by the sudden ignition of a gas main at the rear of the Athenaeum Club. The ground has recently ...

    Article : 130 words
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  14. ARREST OF A DISFROCKED PRIEST.

    A man named Edward O'Donoghue, dressed as a priest, was presented before the City Court on Saturday charged with obtaining the sum of 12s. 6d. from Mr. E.S. Gray, surgeon, of ...

    Article : 175 words
  15. FOUND DROWNED.

    At about 8 o'clock on Saturday morning the body of a man was found in the bay near the town pier, Port Melbourne, by a man named John Cusack. The matter was ...

    Article : 193 words
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