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  2. WOMEN'S HOSPITAL.

    Much bunting a-breeze and the lively strains of band music betokened unusual doings at the Women's Hospital yesterday afternoon, when Lady Fuller opened the ...

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  3. HAPPY IMMIGRANTS.

    Looking happy and expectant, about 600 assisted passengers stepped ashore at Victoria Dock from the steamer Demosthenes yesterday. Almost every class of British ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. CANADA.

    TO[?]ONTO, July 4.—Political developments in this country [?] a continued swing of the pendulum in favour of the Conservatives as against the Liberals. In ...

    Article : 3,218 words
  5. PEOPLING THE LAND.

    In a letter to Mr. Hagelthorn, M.L.C. (Minister in charge of immigration), Mr. W. Cattanach, who is now returning to Victoria, states that he has visited a great ...

    Article : 208 words
  6. DISPUTED ELECTION.

    The inquiry into the charges made by Sir Heney Weedon in support of his petition against the return of Mr. A.A. Farthing is the member for East Melbourne was ...

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  7. UNION SECRETARY'S RIGHTS.

    A case of some importance to waterside workers was decided by the State Full Court (the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Hodges, and Mr. Justice Hood), ...

    Article : 1,709 words
  8. RETURNING BRICKLAYERS.

    The statement that 47 of the bricklayers who recently arrived in Victoria had returned to England during the last three weeks, was recently made at a meeting of ...

    Article : 379 words
  9. LABOUR AND IMMIGRATION.

    A public meeting held at Brunswick on July 26, under the auspices of the Political Labour League, agreed to a motion protesting against "the ...

    Article : 122 words
  10. GENERAL SESSIONS.

    The trial was con[?] in the C[?] of General Sessions yesterday, before Ju[?]ge Jo[?]on, [?] Sum[?] S[?], aged [?]0 years, and Ha[?] Brown, aged about [?] years, who are charged with ...

    Article : 780 words
  11. CROWN AREAS AVAILABLE.

    An advance copy of the fortnightly list of Crown lands available which will be gazetted this week was issued yesterday. It contains a number of [?] in the various ...

    Article : 498 words
  12. OAKLEIGH STATE SCHOOL.

    For a long [?] the O askleigh State school has had such a large number of children in attendance that two adjunets have had to be established, in the Congregational ...

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  13. CHARITY [?] A PROTEST.

    Sir, I agree with the le[?]er of "Just[?] [?]" to-day. It is surely no0t too much to ask the Melbourne [?]enevolent Asyl[?] and St. Vincent's Hospitla committees to ...

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