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  2. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    The withdrawal of Paris from the Caulfield Cup yesterday was not unexpected, as with his Metropolitan penalty his weight readied 10st. 11b., a crushing impost for a small horse. ...

    Article : 3,106 words
  3. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    The following is the,time-table for the annual examinations, which begin on the 16th inst:— Monday. 16th October.—9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.— ...

    Article : 869 words
  4. WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE WOOL TRADE.

    The opening Bales of the 'Sydney wool season took place to-day From one report we learn that the attendance of buyers was the largest ever seen in Sydney. Last year's ...

    Article : 1,146 words
  5. THE LAW COURTS.

    The Railway Commissioners have a by law prohibiting passengers' from taking a second ticket at any intermediate station to continue their journey in the same train as that in ...

    Article : 1,186 words
  6. THE VACANCIES IN THE ASSEMBLY.

    Mr. T. Kennedy of Cobram, the local candidate for the vacancy in the Assembly, addressed the electors at the Athenaeum-hall to-night, Mr. D. Arnott presiding. Although ...

    Article : 710 words
  7. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 240 words
  8. MILK-POISONING AT ST. KILDA.

    At the usual meeting of the Board of Public Health, held yesterday, a recommendation by Dr. Gresswell was submitted concerning a report by Mr. Thomas Cray, assistant medical ...

    Article : 1,331 words
  9. THE SUNDAY TRAIN QUESTION.

    A deputation representing the Lord's Day Observance Society, as well as the Presbyterian, Wesleyan, and other churches, waited upon the minister of Railways yesterday to ...

    Article : 646 words
  10. SYNOPSIS OF THE WEATHER.

    WESTERN AUSTRALIA.—Fine, but cloudy in south; clear generally elsewhere; winds light and variable. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—Generally fine and clear, cloudy in S.E.; very light, variable winds, chiefly N. to E. ...

    Article : 574 words
  11. THE BIJOU THEATRE.

    Lovers of genuine comedy will note with pleasure that' the Bijou Theatre is to be opened on Saturday evening with a work which has already earned a favourable ...

    Article : 481 words
  12. THE WARRANDYTE OUTRAGE.

    John Mullins, a young man, was tried at the General Sessions Court yesterday, before Judge Chomley, on a churge of unlawfully removing a dead body. ...

    Article : 474 words
  13. THE LABOUR COLONY AT LEONGATHA.

    Sir,—The labour colony at Leongatha has been visited once a fortnight since its establishment by gentlemen from Melbourne interested in the work. The visitors have ...

    Article : 730 words
  14. COUNTRY NEWS.

    DUNOLLY, WEDNESDAY.—A Chinaman named Ah. Ying, about 40 years old, was to-day found hanging in the bush. There was money in his pockets, and provislons were ...

    Article : 224 words
  15. BOARD OF PUBLIC HEALTH.

    The ordinary meeting of the Board of Public Health was held yesterday. at the offices of the board. Mr. C. A. Topp, the president of the board, occupied the chair, ...

    Article : 542 words
  16. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    BREWARRINA, SEPT. 30.—With the exception of a thunderstorm which occurred yesterdsy, yielding 25 points rain the weather has continned fine since last report. A high wind has been blowing for the past ...

    Article : 441 words
  17. MR. MAX HIRSCH ON PROTECTION.

    Sir,—Writing under the above leading your correspondent, Mr. R. Hayes, raises several questions which, owing to an election contest, Mr. Hirsch cannot find time to reply ...

    Article : 618 words
  18. RAILWAYS TRAFFIC UNION.

    A deputation from the Victorian Railways Traflic Union approached' the Minister of Railways with a request yesterday that the increments should still be allowed 'to junior ...

    Article : 309 words
  19. DEATH OF A RABBITER.

    The circumstances of the death of a rabbiter named Patrick Lyons, which occurred in the Melbourne Hospital on Monday night, were inquired into by the city ...

    Article : 222 words
  20. THE PHŒNIX FOUNDRY COMPANY.

    The intended reduction of wages at the Pheenix Foundry has been freely discussed in trades union circles to-doy, but no clear indication has been given of the probable ...

    Article : 98 words
  21. A GRAVE CHARGE AGAINST A YOUNG WOMAN.

    A young unmarried woman named Annie Sullivan, 21 years of age, who formerly resided at Darlington parade, but is now living at Simpson's road, Last Melbourne, ...

    Article : 173 words
  22. THE INFANT LIVE PROTECTION ACT.

    The coroner for Bourke, Mr. Candler, opened an inquest yesterday at the Morgue concerning the death of an infant, the child of Annie Davenport, who died at the house ...

    Article : 152 words
  23. AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

    RYADUK, OCT. 2.—Heavy rains alternating with warm sunny days during the past fortnight has caused a marvellous Shipping in the grass Stock are rapidly improving in condition and milk supplies ...

    Article : 166 words
  24. DEATH FROM BURNS.

    The death of Harriat Hillier which occurred at the Melbourne Hospital yesterday morning, was inquired into by the city coroner, Dr. Youl, during the day. On the 12th of ...

    Article : 101 words
  25. FARES ON SUBURBAN RAILWAYS.

    A meeting called by the Nunawading Council was held in the Recreation-hall, Mitehinn, on Wednesday evening, when a large number of influential persons were ...

    Article : 109 words
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