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  2. REFORM.

    A meeting of the Richmond branch of the National Citizens' Reform League was held in the town-hall, Richmond, on Monday evening. Mr. D.L. Davies was voted ...

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  3. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    The Commonwealth Auditor-General (Mr. J. W. Israel) has returned to Melbourne after visiting New South Wales and Queensland with a view to mastering the ...

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  4. OUR LONDON LETTER.

    The King's yachting trip is coming to a close, and His Majesty is said to have greatly benefited by the change notwithstanding that much of the weather has not ...

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  5. GOLD JUBILEE EXHIBITION.

    When some two years ago a deputation from the Mining Science society, consisting of Sir John Quick, Mr. L. A. Samuels, and Dr. Hugh Boyd, waited on the City ...

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  6. COUNTRY NEWS.

    At the sitting of the County Court on Wednesday, before Judge Molesworth, Joseph Hetherington obtained a verdict for £42, with costs, against Luther Williams ...

    Article : 191 words
  7. BLIND AND DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUMS.

    In "The Argus" of May 3 appeared a letter written by Mr. Thomas H. Howard, a member of the committee of the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind, pointing ...

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  8. BENDIGO.

    During the past couple of months a great number of petty larcenies have been committed at Eaglehawk. On Tuesday night two stables were visited, and harness to the ...

    Article : 243 words
  9. GEELONG.

    The resignation of Mr. P. M. Shackell, M.B., one of the resident surgeons at the Geelong Hospital and Benevolent Asylum, was accepted by the committee of the ...

    Article : 174 words
  10. THE TARIFF.

    The Minister of Customs has issued a prochamation making "tobacco leaf" a material within the meaning of the Excise Act. ...

    Article : 374 words
  11. CASTLEMAINE.

    The 2nd Battalion of the Victorian Rangers, comprising contingents from the Maryborough, Swan Hill, Kerang, Lake Boga, and Echuca districts, paraded here ...

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  12. IEPLOYERtS'FEDERATIONN|

    A well-attended meeting was held at the town-hall last evening, the mayor (Mr. C. A. Smellie) presiding, to hear an address by Mr. Walpole, organising secretary of the ...

    Article : 177 words
  13. SUICIDE AT BLACK ROCK.

    At 12 o'clock yesterday the body of a man was found hanging from a high tree in the ser[?] of Rockbank Estate Beachtoad, Black Rock That the suicide was a ...

    Article : 162 words
  14. THE NEW DIOCESES.

    The first Church Assembly of the diocese of Bendigo, which is convened for September 9, will number 25 clergymen (including the president), and 28 laymen. Of the ...

    Article : 230 words
  15. IFATALMILL ACCIIDENT|

    A man named Couch, engaged at the Stratton Flour Mill, was yesterday working at a large stack of flour, when it suddenly gave way and buried him beneath it. He ...

    Article : 99 words
  16. FRUIT THIEVES.

    According to a deputation which waited on the Chief Secretary (Mr. Treawith) yesterday, the lot of fruit-growers at Bonraster is not always an enviable one. ...

    Article : 287 words
  17. THE FACTORIES ACT.

    At the Carlton Court on Wednesday, before Messrs. Edwards and Clyne, J. P.'s, William Smith, butcher, 208 Furadaystreet, was proceeded against under the ...

    Article : 667 words
  18. IHE TITRIYEA TKA1N AIDENT.|

    The little girl Edith Logan, who was so seriously injured by the fall from a train on Monday night, is still unconscious, and Dr. Shields says her injuries are more ...

    Article : 54 words
  19. A CITY BOLT.

    An exciting incident tool place in Collins-street yesterday shortly after 2 o'clock, when traffic was at its busiest. A buggy, driven by Mr. S. Arthur, was standing ...

    Article : 154 words
  20. AN INFANT DROWNED.

    An infant, 2½ years of age, named Alberta May Main, daughter of Mr. Alex. Main, of Pyke's Creek, was accidentally drowned in the creek yesterday. The mother missed ...

    Article : 76 words
  21. ESSENDON LOCKUP.

    A deputation from Essendon, introduced by (Mr. Warde, M. L. A., and representing the mayor of that sub[?] Councillor Mountain, jun.), the town clerk, and others, told ...

    Article : 274 words
  22. CARRIER'S TEAMS POISONED.

    On account of the dearth of teams several outsiders have come into the currying trade between Bairnsdale and Omeo. A carrier named Dean had three teams of bullocks, ...

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  23. MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE.

    A letter was received at the meeting of the Hawthorn Council just evening from the Board of Public Health drawing attention to the notion taken by the cities of Pr[?] and Bendigo in ...

    Article : 393 words
  24. A STREET COLLISION.

    A street casually, Which happened in Swanston-street on March 6, led to an action in the County Court yesterday. before Judge Johnston. Mrs. Rosanna Cole ...

    Article : 233 words
  25. THE SIMULTANEOUS MISSION.

    Sir.—Will you kindly permit me to congratulate our community upon the Simultaneous Mission in closing its work in Melhourne with the satisfaction of knowing ...

    Article : 343 words
  26. ABATTOIRS IN THE EASTERN SUBURBS.

    Sir,—I write to warn the residents of Cumberwell of the danger that menaces this district. You will see by the extract from a local paper ...

    Article : 157 words
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