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  2. THE ESTATE OF ELIZA LIGHTFOOT.

    In the Insolvency Court on Tuesday, before Judge Molesworth, an adjourned examination was held in the estate of Eliza Lightfoot, of East Malvern, married ...

    Article : 745 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Mrs. Bella Sevior, a resident of Ballarat East, was in the act of crossing an abandoned shaft when the covering of boards protecting it gave way and she fell to the bottom, a ...

    Article : 2,654 words
  4. THE QUESTION OF USURY.

    The members of the Parliamentary committee on usury met yesterday at Parliament-house. There were present Mr. M'Bryde (in the chair), Mr. Bell, and Mr. Melville, ...

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  5. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN ENGLAND.

    Yesterday saw the sale of the carcases of the last of the Southern Cross cattle, and though no detinite information can be obtained as to the average price realised, ...

    Article : 754 words
  6. THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN GOLD-FIELDS.

    A splendid strike of water has been made at a depth of 15ft. in the Boulder and Ivanhoe Junction mine, two miles south-east of the Great Boulder reef. The flow is so ...

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  7. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  8. DEATH OF SIR JAMES PATTERSON.

    The tidings of the unexpected death of Sir James Brown Patterson, leader of the Opposition, yesterday afternoon struck the community like a thunderclap. It was announced in our ...

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  9. THE GOVERNMENT ASTRONOMER'S REPORT.

    Forecast, Wednesday (6 p.m.).—Fine inland, with light to fresh southerly winds; more or less cloudy on coast, with light showers and squally weather, especially in ...

    Article : 43 words
  10. FIRE AT CAMPBELLFIELD.

    The Wheatsheaf Hotel, Sydney-road, Campbellfield, was destroyed by fire at an early hour yesterday morning. The owner and licensee, Mr. G. Grundy, had retired with his ...

    Article : 206 words
  11. SYNOPSIS OF THE WEATHER.

    RAINFALL AT OBSERVATORY previous 24 hours, to 3 p.m. 30th October, nil. Since January 1, 14.60in. Average rainfall at Observatory for the first 10 months of the year, 21.04in. ...

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  12. MELBOURNE OBSERVATORY.

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  13. ASTRONOMICAL MEMORANDA FOR OCTOBER 31, 1895.

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  14. NEWS IN BRIEF.

    Five boxes of Flag brand Standard vestas, valued at £10 10s., were stolen from the wharf at the Victoria Dock some time between 8 a.m. on the 26th inst. and the ...

    Article : 203 words
  15. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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  16. FAREWELL ENTERTAINMENT TO MR. DAVITT.

    Mr. Michael Davitt was entertained yesterday at the Hibernian-hall by a large number of friends and sympathisers prior to his departure for the old country via New Zealand ...

    Article : 521 words
  17. SUPREME COURT LIST.

    The following is the list of business of the Supreme Court for November:— THE FULL COURT. (Before the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Holroyd, and ...

    Article : 702 words
  18. THE NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT.

    In the Council to-day the Land and Income Taxes Assessment Bill was further considered in committee. After some debate, on the motion of Mr. R. O'Connor, the ...

    Article : 574 words
  19. THE LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The advance so long hoped for is now with us, and for most people, except the lucky grower, there is a trifle too much of it. The animation which has characterised the ...

    Article : 934 words
  20. FATAL FAMILY QUARREL.

    At the inquest on the body of the woman, Margaret Holmes, who died under suspicious circumstances in the Sydney Hospital yesterday, evidence was given that she quarrelled ...

    Article : 80 words
  21. VICTORIAN EMPLOYERS' UNION.

    The monthly meeting of the executive committee was held at the union rooms, 37 Queen-street, on Tuesday. Mr. C. Edgerton, president, occupied the chair. The ...

    Article : 116 words
  22. THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    Fifth Year Medicine.—Passed:—5, 14, 61, 62, 83, 85, 120, 122, 162, 171, 183, 191, 192, 196, 197, 267, 332, 346, 474, 577, 578, 508, and [?]04. INDUCTIVE LOGIC. ...

    Article : 410 words
  23. ROYAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA.

    The fifteenth ordinary general meeting of the shareholders of the Royal Bank of Australia Limited was held yesterday at the office, Collins-street. Mr. F. S. Grimwade, ...

    Article : 484 words
  24. THE HAMBOURG RECITALS.

    The last but one of Herr Mark Hambourg's pianoforte recitals was well attended yesterday evening in the Athenæum-hall. A programme, interesting, though scarcely ...

    Article : 412 words
  25. HOSPITAL SUNDAY.

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  26. METROPOLITAN LICENSING COURT.

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  27. FATHER AND DAUGHTER.

    At the Brunswick Police Court yesterday, a girl named Jessie Farmer was charges with being an idle and disorderly person. Her father, George Farmer, stated that she was ...

    Article : 208 words
  28. HOSPITAL SATURDAY.

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