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  2. HARBISON WILL CASE.

    In the fading light of the afternoon arguments were commenced yesterday, before the Chief Justice, in the Banco Court, on the deferred question of costs in the ...

    Article : 600 words
  3. NAVAL AND MILITARY.

    The Western District Naval Militia, representing Geelong, Sorrento, Port Fairy, Warrnambool and Portland, are putting in then annual three weeks' drill at the ...

    Article : 61 words
  4. THE COMPANIES ACT.

    When Mr. Mackey, M.L.A., finished his drift of the bill to consolidate the Companies Act, it was found that he had not attempted to deal with part 2, which ...

    Article : 1,449 words
  5. OPERA SINGER IN TROUBLE.

    The bearing of the charge of perjury against Karl Foller, an opratic singer, was continued at the Melbourne General Sessions, before Acting Judge Neighbour and a ...

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  6. MADAME CALVE. SUCCESSFUL MATINEE.

    The Town-hall was packed to the doors yesterday afternoon when Mine. Calve's matinee concert, postponed from last Thursday, was given. The programme admirably ...

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  7. FOOTBALL. PROFESSIONAL OR DISTRICTS?

    Several of the permits granted to players this season, for a change of clubs, indicate pretty clearly that the rift between the League and the Association is widening; ...

    Article : 1,477 words
  8. RECONSTRUCTED COMPANY.

    A question under the Income Tax Acts, which had engaged the attention of the Full Court for three days, was disposed of yesterday. The taxpayer was the Australian ...

    Article : 758 words
  9. SUFFOCATED BABY.

    Dr. R. H. Cole, the city coroner, yesterday concluded his inquest concerning the death of the three-year-old infant, Eva Florence Green, which occurred at the ...

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  10. THE POETICAL LITIGANT.

    Mr. Walter Ducker, who has come to be known as "the poetical litigant," appeared again yesterday in his dual role of lawyer and poet. His trouble is, as before, in ...

    Article : 483 words
  11. SATURDAY'S CONCERT.

    The final concert will take place on Saturday evening. This will positively be the last concert in Melbourne, as Madame Calve and her party leave Melbuorne for Sydney ...

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  13. SONG RECITAL.

    Mr. and Mrs. Gregor Wood followed the excellent precedent set by them in former years, and gave last night, in the Upper Athenæum hall, a recital of ducts and songs, ...

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  14. CUSTOMS DUTIES EVADED.

    A prosecution by the Customs department of considerable importance was heard before Mr. Dwyer, P.M., at the Court of Petty Sessions, held in the District Court ...

    Article : 407 words
  15. INFIDELITY ALLEGED.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—Laura Hester Socke petitioned in the Divorce Court yesterday for dissolution of her marriage with John Socke, of Adelaide, cycle ...

    Article : 300 words
  16. BENEVOLENT ASYLUM LAND.

    Efforts are being made to prevent the alienation of the land at North Melbourne on which stands the Benevolent Asylum. The board of management proposes to sell ...

    Article : 291 words
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  18. CLUB NOTES.

    From all the training-rooms this week come tales of strains and bruises, and that invitable result of hard grounds that the schoolboys call "gravel rash." The grounds ...

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  19. PUBLIC WORKS.

    The following are the lowest tenders submitted to the Board of Land and Works for the following undertakings New kitchen bathroom, &c., police station, Gisborne H. Brandum, £94; repairs, &c., ...

    Article : 127 words
  20. BONELLO HANGED.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.—Carlo Augusta Bonello, who was on April 7 convicted of the murder of a little girl, Emma Norma Plush, at Nuriootpa, and was sentenced to ...

    Article : 175 words
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