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  2. A SAVINGS BANK CHARGE.

    At the City Court yesterday a case was heard in which a man named Charles Wallington, a butcher, of Colae, was charged with endeavouring to impose on the ...

    Article : 257 words
  3. BIJOU THEATRE.

    "Madame Sans-Gene" is enjoying a longer run at the Bijou Theatre than Mr. Brough usually allows his pieces, but the pains expended upon the production and the ...

    Article : 680 words
  4. ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT.

    Travice Alexander Tod, Olga Radalyski, and Thelka Regina Dubberke were brought before the City Court yesterday morning, charged with the murder of Mabel ...

    Article : 1,530 words
  5. "MADAME RAMALYSKI."

    A curious development in regard to the accused Madame Radalyski took place yesterday. It now transpires that her real name is Mrs. Ledebur. She is the ...

    Article : 917 words
  6. CONSTABLE ORGAN'S WORK.

    To Constable Organ, of South Yarra, may apparently be ascribed in some degree the credit of foreing a confession from the woman Dubberke[?] Organ, in common with ...

    Article : 622 words
  7. THE MEDICAL THEORIES.

    In view of the interesting point in connection with the causes which led to the death of the victim, Mabel Ambrose, Professor Allen, of the Melbourne University, ...

    Article : 647 words
  8. STATEMENT BY TOD.

    The accused Tod has made the following statement:— "Some time in October I met the deceased woman, Mabel Ambrose, in a ...

    Article : 1,328 words
  9. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE. HEIDELBERG GAS COMPANY.

    A special committee appointed by the Heidelberg Council has been in negotiation form some time with the directors of the Heidelberg Gas Company, with a view of purchasing the works of the ...

    Article : 182 words
  10. INTERVIEW WITH MRS. AMBROSE.

    Mrs. Ambrose is a pleasant-looking woman, of between 35 and 40, one who speaks in a manner which betokens an acquantance in the past with a refinement ...

    Article : 1,401 words
  11. A LOAN FOR HEIDELBERG.

    The Heidelberg Council recently instructed Mr. H. Byron Moore to float a loan for £1,200 at 4 per cent., with a currency of 30 years, in order to proceed with much-needed ...

    Article : 150 words
  12. TENDERS FOR ROAD MAINTENANCE.

    The Heidelberg Council recently decided to let all road maintenance and other works now done by labourers on wages by contract. At the meeting on Wednesday only one tender was received ...

    Article : 134 words
  13. GAS-TESTING STATIONS.

    Councillor Swinburne, at the Hawthorn Council meeting on Thursday, reported a recent meeting of the Gas Conference, for which he is a delegate. An appointment was made of a meter-tester, and ...

    Article : 171 words
  14. THE LEAGUE OF VICTORIAN WHEELMEN'S CUP MEETING.

    The fourth annual Cup race meeting, run under the management of the governing body fo eyeling, the League of Victorian Wheelmen, will be commenced on the ...

    Article : 339 words
  15. A POSTAL COMPLAINT AT HAWTHORN.

    At the Hawthorn Council meeting last night a letter was received from Messrs. Reed and Co., of the Hawthorn Fancy Leather Works, asking the coundil to use its influence to remedy a ...

    Article : 257 words
  16. A REMARKABLE DEVELOPMENT.

    The name of William Henry Gaze, M.D., L.S.A., London, L.R.C.P., London, and M.R.C.S., England, one of the principals of the Polypathic Medical Institute, 84 ...

    Article : 1,049 words
  17. MR. BLACKETT'S WORK.

    When the Government analyst, Mr. C. R. Blackett, first discovered the presence of arsenic in th stomach of the deceased he at once reported the fact to ...

    Article : 518 words
  18. THE PRESENT DETECTIVE FORCE.

    Sir,—I think what will strike the great bulk of the community on reading "The Argus" of this morning anent the solution of the Yarra tragedy is the glaring ...

    Article : 300 words
  19. FIRES.

    Several small fires occurred in the metropolis yesterday. The first was at the Auburn Carriage Company's premises, 131 Queen-street, at 11 a.m. Some paper at ...

    Article : 146 words
  20. TOD'S HISTORY.

    Travice Alexander Tod, the young man charged with murder, is the eldest son of Mr. Alexander Tod, of the firm of Zwicker, Tod, and Co., importers and ...

    Article : 832 words
  21. LATE SPORTING NEWS. POLO.

    A polo match between the Camperdown and Colac clubs was played yesterday on the local ground. The teams were:—Camperdown— Messrs. J. C. Manifold, A. S. Chirnside, J. H. ...

    Article : 165 words
  22. AN INSURANCE POLICY.

    On December 30 the accused Tod insured his life with the Australian Mutual Provident Society, Collins-street, for £200, and on Wednesday, the day of his arrest, ...

    Article : 94 words
  23. AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

    HORSHAM, Jan. 11.—The harvest is still in full progress, having been hindered greatly by the generally cool weather that has prevailed since the opening of the year, and the scarcity of labour. ...

    Article : 788 words
  24. THE GIRL DUBBERKE.

    Thekla Regina Dubberke is a girl 20 years of age, and is one of a family of eleven, nine girls and two boys, who reside at Berwick. Her father is a German, but ...

    Article : 785 words
  25. CRICKET.

    The Friendly Societies' premier matches were continued yesterday, when the M.U.I.O.O.F. tried conclusions with the I.O.O.F. of Rochester. So far neither of these lodges had been beaten, and ...

    Article : 81 words
  26. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The following private advice has been received:— By the Squatting Investment Company Limited. —From their manager at Thurulgroona, dated Jan. ...

    Article : 43 words
  27. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 243 words
  28. THE VICTIM'S HEAD.

    When the body of Mabel Ambrose was imterred at tje Melbourne Cemetery, Senior-Constable Davidson made arrangements with the secretary of the Cemetery ...

    Article : 93 words
  29. NEWS IN BRIEF.

    William James, who was on Wednesday fine £3 at the Cariton Court on a charge of unulting behaviour and remanded to the Fitzroy Court on a charge of making use of obscene language, ...

    Article : 263 words
  30. BREAKING THE NEWS.

    The circumstances under which Mr. Tod, senior, learned of his son's arrest were most pathetic. He had been engaged at his business in the city till late on ...

    Article : 1,278 words
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