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  2. HIS MAIL.

    In the Criminal Court you might have heard a pin drop, so still it was. It was crowded, too, and Maurice Scott standing there in the dock felt as if every eye was ...

    Article : 4,217 words
  3. "YOUR HEALTH."

    As a fitting sequel to the last subject, "Influenza," I have chosen catarrh, taken in the sense in which it is usually understood, signifying ordinary cold in the head. ...

    Article : 1,274 words
  4. COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED.

    The twenty-second annual meeting was held yesterday at the offices, 60 Market-street. Mr. J. F. Levien, M.L.A., chairman of directors, presided, and there was ...

    Article : 491 words
  5. THE BACHELOR GIRL.

    The modern girl is so far removed from the girl of fifty or sixty years ago in every circumstance of life that when one is compared with the other it is found that there ...

    Article : 1,438 words
  6. BAPTIST UNION OF VICTORIA.

    The annual session of the Baptist Union of Victoria was resumed in the Collins-street Baptist Church yesterday, Mr. T. G. Pearce presiding. The proceedings opened ...

    Article : 928 words
  7. IN THE PAPERS.

    In Mr. W. S. Lilly's "Fortnightly Review" article on the "Burden of Empire" is the following about the British Empire: —"These islands are but a seventieth part ...

    Article : 1,687 words
  8. SOLICITOR AND CLIENT.

    An issue affecting the rules of privilege between solicitor and client was dealt with by Mr. Justice Hodges yesterday in his reserved judgment upon an application by ...

    Article : 310 words
  9. A MAN WHO KNEW DICKENS.

    Everyone who uses the — station must know him. I saw him first as he stood at the door of the tiniest of shops —his tobacconist establishment. He wore ...

    Article : 859 words
  10. THE COROWA "HISTORICAL RESOLUTION."

    Sir,—Referring to the resolution passed by the Prahran branch of the Australian Natives' Association, and reported in your columns of the 9th inst., the executive ...

    Article : 793 words
  11. SCIENCE AND RELIGION.

    At the Baptist Church last evening the Rev. S. Pearce Carey preached the union sermon in connection with the annual session of the Baptist Union. Preaching on ...

    Article : 537 words
  12. THE SOLDIER OF FRANCE.

    A correspondent of the "Daily Graphic," who has been attending the man[?]uvres of the French army, has some remarks on the French soldiers which are so ...

    Article : 377 words
  13. IS IT TRUE?

    According to the "Catholic Times" of September 28, the celebrated operatic singer, Madame Alva, can now boast that she has received the largest fee for a ...

    Article : 303 words
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