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  2. REV. H. WORRALL. INTENSE PUBLIC INTEREST.

    The excursion train which brought Mr. Worrall and his friends to Melbourne (the "Golden Square Methodist excursion") yesterday was not full, but it carried about 200 ...

    Article : 982 words
  3. OUTSIDE PARLIAMENT-HOUSE.

    The meeting at Wesley Church closed shortly after 3 o'clock, and there were many who were hungry. They had been early at the railway station, and had missed their ...

    Article : 325 words
  4. "THE DIGNITY OF PARLIAMENT."

    In the hall, in the gallery, in the aisles, on the steps of the platform—wherever there was room for a man or a woman to sit—sympathisers with Mr. Worrall crowded ...

    Article : 991 words
  5. LETTEES TO THE PREMIER.

    In his speech last night the Premier (Mr. Bent) referred to letters he had received from the Rev. T. S. B. Woodfull and Mr. W. H. Judkins, stating that they desired to ...

    Article : 404 words
  6. IN THE HOUSE.

    In the Legislative Assembly, after some formal business had been transacted, Mr. Bent moved that Mr. Kirkpatrick, Chief Secretary of South Australia, be ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. DEPARTURE FROM THE HOUSE.

    When the House rose, immediately after the Speaker had censured Mr. Worrall, there were 200 or 300 people waiting at the Rathdown-street contrance. Mr. Worrall's ...

    Article : 53 words
  8. MESSAGE TO HIS WIFE.

    BENDIGO, Tuesday. — Mrs. Worrall received the following telegram to-night from her bushand.:— "Have made my statement. Debate going ...

    Article : 44 words
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  10. ARRIVAL AT SPENCER-STREET.

    The station-yard at Spencer-street was crowded before noon, though the train was net timed to arrive until a quarter to 1. There was a preponderance of women. ...

    Article : 295 words
  11. MEETING AT WESLEY CHURCH.

    The sightseers had been disappointed in their first attempt, but they took the reverse cheerfully, and strolled in irregular procestion up Bourke-street, and many found their ...

    Article : 297 words
  12. FOR BRONCHITIS AND A[?]T[?]A.

    BROMPTON BRONCHITIS CURE Is THE REMEDY. ...

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  13. THE PEOPLH

    Unanimously pronounce in favour of "Wolfe's-Schnapps" for a delicacy of flavour and an absence of rawness or exciting properties.—[Advt.] ...

    Article : 26 words
  14. A SILENT ENEMY

    Is often amongat us in the shape of the epidemic catarrh — lafluenza; "Wolfe's-Schnapps" is the best and [?] reliable cure.—[Advt.] ...

    Article : 19 words
  15. GENUIN[?] M[?].

    "BONNINGTON'S BUSH MOSS" can produce more evidence of genuine merit than any other chest res[?]. It is sale, and cures quickly.— [Advt.] ...

    Article : 23 words
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