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  3. VICTORIA.

    The University Act Amendment Bill passed its third reading on Wednesday night by thirty-nine to eleven. The object of the bill is to give female students the right to take degrees at ...

    Article : 899 words
  4. CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES.

    The Christmas holiday makings, so anxiously looked forward to by persons of all ages and all classes, from the little Sunday scholar just able to toddle to church to the patriarchal grandfather ...

    Article : 7,164 words
  5. BOTHWELL.

    Henric Nicholas was charged on the information of Sub-Inspector James Wilson, with a breach of the 25th Sec. of the Scab Act, 1875, in having removed about 6,000 sheep from Dennistown to the Lake ...

    Article : 905 words
  6. OUR LAUNCESTON LETTER.

    We have passed over the first portion of our Christmas holidays. Christmas Eve has gone and Christmas day has dawned and passed in the quiet and homely way which is characteristic of our quiet and homely town. ...

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  7. SAD CASE OF DROWNING AT RUNNYMEDE.

    Of late it has been our mournful duty to record several fatalities by drowning in Sandhurst; and now it again devolves upon us to report a very melancholy ease of the same kind which happened yesterday at ...

    Article : 1,201 words
  8. LATER INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    By the s.s. Derwent, that arrived at Launceston on Friday, we have one day's later papers from Victoria, via., of the, 23rd inst. The following items are from the Associated Press telegrams ...

    Article : 892 words
  9. A FEW HINTS.

    SIR,—I am sure that "Visitor's" [?] to the postal autheritios as regards ink and pons (he might have added blot-sheet) has only to be mentioned to be at tended to All that is needful costs little, but is a ...

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