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  2. FOOTBALL.

    THE ADELAIDE CLUB MOONLIGHT MATCH.—On Tuesday evening, July 24, about 20 members of the Adelaide Club and 20 members of other Clubs met for a practice match. A large ...

    Article : 249 words
  3. RAILWAY EXTENSION TO LAURA.

    A deputation introduced by Sir G. S. Kingston, and consisting of Messrs. C. Mann, M.P., T. F. Sabine, J. P., S. M. Walter, D. Livingstone, A. E. Gliddon, M. Healy, and J. Harreen, waited ...

    Article : 802 words
  4. COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE.

    Tar'ee, Stockport, and Hamley Bridge having united and joined one Agricultural Society, there appears a probability of a good prize-list being got up, and as a consequence a successful ...

    Article : 1,927 words
  5. CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.

    Sir—The particulars recorded in both evening, papers to-day of the strangulation of the murderer Streitman are revolting and harrowing in the extreme. If men are to ...

    Article : 175 words
  6. AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL MEMORANDA.

    Some experiments with, dynamite as an explosive for tree-grubbing purposes are notified by the Pleasant Creek Chronicle as having been conducted at Sheaoak Flat by Mr. McArthur, the ...

    Article : 752 words
  7. OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM.

    Sir—The sweeping accusations of Mr. Basedow in the debate of last Wednesday are so well and so plausibly brought forward, and are apparently backed by the opinions of others so ...

    Article : 1,292 words
  8. THE LAND BILL.

    Sir—The best yeomen of the present day are of opinion that it is time to take the best possible means to keep the agricultural lands of the country in a good fertile condition. To do this ...

    Article : 854 words
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  10. SUICIDE AT THE LUNATIC ASYLUM.

    The City Coroner, Mr. T. Ward, J. P., held an inquest in the old Lunatic Asylum on Tuesday, July 24, upon the body of John Logg, a petient who had died in the morning. Mr. W. F. Gray ...

    Article : 785 words
  11. USES OF THE PRICKLY PEAR. II.

    Prickly pear hedges will live and thrive and afford shelter, moisture, and preservation throughout the hottest months of the year to plants and other living fence material, and ...

    Article : 1,568 words
  12. SPORTING.

    PROBABLE MELBOURNE CUP FIELD.—"Falcon," of the Leader, speaking of the acceptances for the Melbourne Cup which close on the 8th August, says be does not think many will go out of it ...

    Article : 550 words
  13. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—I thoroughly endorse every word spoken by Mr. Basedow in his speech in the Assembly. The present plan of classification is absurd and fatal to individual progress.In common with ...

    Article : 220 words
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