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    DEBT.—A small debt case of Y[?]w[?]rs against Griffin, for 18s. 10d occupied the attention of the Court for along time as defendant said his wife had paid cash for nearly ...

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    THE STORY OF A LITTLE PIG.—Mr. De Lacy was summoned by A. H. Schuetash for illegally detaining a small porker. Mr. D. Harcourt appeared for ...

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    The prosecution of Martin Weiberg, upon 4 the charge of stealing 5,000 sovereigns from the [?].s. Avoca, and of Joseph Pearce for being an accessary after the fact, was brought to a ...

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    The following particulars relating to the death of the Prince Imperial have been brought by Mr. Phil. Robinson, special correspondent off the Daily Telegraph, who ...

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  6. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

    The third session of the ninth Parliament of Victoria was opened on Tuesday, with the usual, ceremonies, by his Excellency the Governor. The following is the vice-regal ...

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  7. Original Correspondence.

    SIR.—Will you permit me with your customary courtesy, on behalf of the ladies age Fund of St. John [?] ...

    Article : 115 words
  8. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IN BUSINESS.

    SIR, It was with intense satisfaction I read in the daily papers a report of the deputation to the Commissioner of Railways from the carpenters and joiners of ...

    Article : 197 words
  9. FOOTSCRAY.

    I never entertained a very high opinion of Mr. W. M. Clark as a legislator. From the commencement I believed him to be the round peg in a square hole, and his ...

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  10. WILLIAMSTOWN LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 284 words
  11. Footscray Borough Council.

    Present—The Mayor (Mr. D. Mitchell) Crs. Cleghorn. Smith, Morris, Leek, Newell, Campbell, Thomson and Roberts. MINUTES. ...

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  12. FATAL ACCIDENT.

    A melancholy accident occurred yesterday afternoon by which a young man named Thomas Mason, the owner of the ballast lighter Highland Lass, lost his life. He was engaged ...

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  13. COUNTY COURT, MELBOURE.

    CLARK v JONES.—This case was again called on at the County Court, Melbourne on Thursday last. At the June sittings when the case was called it will be remembered that ...

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