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  2. CHILD PROTECTION. A "PLEASANT SUNDAY" AFTERNOON DISCUSSION.

    The Pleasant Sunday afternoon entertainment at Wesley Church, Lonsdale-street, was altered somewhat yesterday afternoon. There was less musical performance, and ...

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  3. MR. CLIFFORD HALLE'S CONCERT.

    Mr. Clifford Halle during his sojourn in this city has displayed a combination of business tact and musicianly qualifications not usually met with. His series of entertaining and ...

    Article : 867 words
  4. THEATRE ROYAL.

    The appearance of this theatre on Saturday evening resembled the aspect it presents on a Boxing Night, so great was the crowd which thronged every part of the house, the ...

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  5. THE GAME OF THE SEASON.

    There have been good games this season, but [?]one quite so line as that between Essendon and Fitzroy on the East Melbourne ground. Both the captains were in hospital, ...

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  6. COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT.

    The City Board of Advice has written to the Minister of Education for information as to the conditions under which permission was recently given to Mr. W. Coulthard to teach ...

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  7. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  8. THE COAL INDUSTRY.

    Mr. James Stirling, assistant Government geologist, has paid a two-days' visit to this district, in company with Mr. Harvey, fore-man of the Government drill. The party ...

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  9. BENDIGO.

    A small fancy goods shop in M'lvor-street and its contents were destroyed by fire this morning. The property was owned by Mr. Henry Whittern, who was somewhat injured ...

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  10. THE RIVALS AT WILLIAMSTOWN.

    When Footscray went down to Williamstown on Saturday they took with them a blue heron—to typify their "dead bird" or confidence of victory. The heron was ...

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  11. MR. ELLERY'S FORECAST.

    Saturday, Noon (for 48 Hours).—Generally fine, with scattered clouds; calms or light northerly winds; frosty or foggy at night; seas smooth or moderate. ...

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  12. COLLINGWOOD OUTLAST CARLTON.

    There was a good attendance on the University ground to see this game and until the last change of ends they were entirely satisfied with the display, for the game was both ...

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  13. SYNOPSIS OF THE WEATHER.

    RAINFALL AT OBSERVATORY from 3 p.m., 14th, to noon 15th June, nil; since January 1, 7.81in. Average rainfall at Observatory for the first six months of the year, 12.08in. ...

    Article : 60 words
  14. MELBOURNE OBSERVATORY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 66 words
  15. DEATH FROM A HORSE'S KICK.

    A fatal accident happened yesterday afternoon in the yard of the Criterion Hotel to a man named Robert Cameron, a farmer residing at Dunkeld. The deceased, who was 47 ...

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  16. ASTRONOMICAL MEMORANDA FOR JUNE 17, 1895.

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  17. RIVER GAUGINGS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 148 words
  18. THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY.

    The rise in the buttermarket this week has given much satisfaction to the dairymen of this district. The local factories have ceased exporting for the present, as they can now ...

    Article : 481 words
  19. DETAILED SCORES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 2 words
  20. THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN.

    The committee of the department for the protection of children and young people, under the auspices of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, met at the headquarters ...

    Article : 142 words
  21. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    KOONDROOK, JUNE 15.—Stock Passings—1,000 merino wethers, prime, crossed the Koondrook pune yesterday from Wragge's Tulla Station, and were trucked this morning at the Koondrook yards for the ...

    Article : 44 words
  22. POSITIONS OF CLUBS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 132 words
  23. MASTER TANNERS' ASSOCIATION.

    The annual dinner of the Muster Tanners and Curriers' Association ot Victoria was held on Thursday night in the Vienna Cafe, and was attended by full gathering of the ...

    Article : 395 words
  24. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    GOODOOGA, JUNE 15.—The weather has been dull, warm, and threatening during the last few days, This has been the driest season since 1888. There is still plenty of dry grass, an sheep are mostly in ...

    Article : 101 words
  25. AN INDIFFERENT GAME.

    With the ground in such splendid condition for football, and the day also favourable, it was not too much to expect a good game from Melbourne and North Melbourne ...

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  26. VICTORIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 165 words
  27. QUEENSLAND.

    GOONDIWINDI, JUNE 8.—Latest Stock Passings.— 620 bullocks from Wimblobank, near Roma, to Muswellbrook, Sir E. W. Vernor owner, J. P. Power in charge; 425 bullocks from Moraby, travelling ...

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  28. THEATRES AND ENTERTAINMENTS.

    The Princess's Theatre was crowded on Saturday evening by an audience which greeted with the utmost cordiality the Brough-Boucicault Company's admirable ...

    Article : 369 words
  29. BURGLARY AT MIDDLE-PARE.

    Mr. John Mahon, manager of the Middle-park Hotel, Middle-park, reported to the local police on Saturday that some time between closing time on Friday night and opening ...

    Article : 66 words
  30. ARICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

    HORSHAM, JUNE 14.—The continued dry weather is causing great anxiety to the farmers, who find is difficult to make headway with tilling operations. The frosts are menacing the few early crops that ...

    Article : 568 words
  31. MR. JUDGE AND THE THEOSOPHISTS.

    Sir,—Referring to your item of news from Sydney concerning the Theosophical Society, namely, that a number of the members of the Sydney society are seceding from the society ...

    Article : 510 words
  32. SINGULAR CHARGE OF ROBBERY.

    Great interest was manifested in some cases commenced in the Oakleigh Police Court on Thursday, when Carl Bilecke, of St. Kilda, carpenter; Richard Mundell, of ...

    Article : 283 words
  33. PRIVATE SCHOOLS PREMIERSHIP.

    Brighton Grammar School v. Hawthorn College.— Played at Richmond on Friday last, and resulted as follows:—Brighton Grammar School, 5 goals 3 behinds; Hawthorn College, 4 goals 13 behinds. ...

    Article : 37 words
  34. RUGBY RULES.

    Two more heats were played off on Saturday on the Friendly Societies' Gardens for the Nash Trophy and Howard Cup. The match attracting most attention was that between the Rovers and Pirates. Up to ...

    Article : 137 words
  35. FIRE IN THE CITY.

    The boot factory of Mr. P. Hyams, at 32 Crossley-street, off Little Bourke-street, narrowly escaped severe damage by fire on Saturday evening. At about 7 o'clock ...

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  36. THE ALLEGED LARCENY AT SYDNEY.

    The men John Vockler and Charles Henry Lewis, charged with the larceny of £100 from a simple-minded countryman at Sydney, were taken to Sydney on Saturday by Detective ...

    Article : 185 words
  37. FOOTBALL IN THE COUNTRY.

    A very poor game of football was witnessed here to-day, the scores being—Ballarat Imperial, 7 goals 20 behinds; Scbastopol, 1 goal 3 behinds. ...

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  38. THE DUTY ON STRAWBOARDS.

    Sir,—In replying to a letter signed "Justice" in The Argus of to-day, I fail to see why the farmers and the woodcutters have not a much larger claim upon the country ...

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  39. APPEAL POR A NONOGENARIAN— AN URGENT CASE.

    Sir,—I appealed some months ago through your columns to the benevolently inclined for help in meeting the necessities of a very poor old man over ninety years of age. At ...

    Article : 209 words
  40. STEALING A CHEQUE.

    On Saturday morning last Constable Kane arrested a man who was loitering about the precincts of the Brighton Post-office on a charge of vagrancy, and upon his being ...

    Article : 141 words
  41. THE CORANDERRK VILLAGE SETTLEMENT.

    Yesterday the Minister of Mines (Mr. Foster) and Mr. Thomas visited the village settlement at Coranderrk. As they only arrived by the 2.20 p.m. train, there was ...

    Article : 361 words
  42. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET.

    Messrs. JOHN W. GRAY and Co. report:—"Business has been brisk, and produce all round bears a firmer tone. Wheat, 3s. 3d. to 3s. 4d. for good milling, and market is firmer; good fowl wheat wanted, and will ...

    Article : 369 words
  43. SUDDEN DEATH.

    An old man, named Abraham Palmer, 70 years of ago, who was in indigent circumstances, and who had been provided with a home by Mrs. Layton, of 23 Crown-street, ...

    Article : 68 words
  44. THE COLLINGWOOD SOUP KITCHEN.

    At the Collingwood Soup Kitchen on Saturday morning 195 persons were supplied with soup and bread in proportion to the number of their families. ...

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  45. A DRAWN GAME AT RICHMOND.

    At Richmond there was another exciting finish on Saturday, for Taylor, of the home team, had a try for the winning goal within two minutes of time, and although inspired ...

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  46. THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE.

    The following students reached the "pass" standard:—J. E. Bullow, W. C. M'Cleiland, E. Clucas, J, H. Mackay, B. A. Starling. ...

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  47. PRESENTATION.

    A large number of the officers and members of the Grand United Order of Oddefellows met at the Britannia Lodge rooms Earl of Zetland Hotel, Colingwood. on the evening of June 13, for the purpose ...

    Article : 101 words
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