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  2. DINNER AND BALL AT WERRIBEE PARK.

    THE spots at Werribee Park, followed by a ball and dinner as announced for some time past, came off on the 21st., and proved a great success. The rifle shooting was first on the programme, ...

    Article : 2,011 words
  3. THE Bacchus Marsh Express.

    MR. SERVICE remarked in the Assembly on Wednesday night that it would be a good thing if politicians in the House and outside it discussed polities in a more philosophical ...

    Article : 3,848 words
  4. LATE FOR THE TRAIN.

    IT was dead low-water at Wanslip Road Station. The tide of trains, express, ordinary, and goods, which dashed by between the hours of 8 and 10 a.m. (for but few of them stopped ...

    Article : 1,127 words
  5. MELTON.

    ON Wednesday evening those fond of intellectual amusements wended their way to the Green Hills, for the purpose of hearing the Rev. E.J. Watkin, of St. Kilda, deliver his lecture on "Eccentric ...

    Article : 447 words
  6. BLACKWOOD.

    TUESDAY next, 1st June, is the last day upon which persons not already entitled to vote at elections for the Legislative Assembly may become so entitled by obtaining rights from the ...

    Article : 726 words
  7. COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS.

    James Power was summoned by Dr. Leggatt, of Sunbury, under the Police Statute, for obtaining medical advice and a prescription by falsely, representing himself as a member of the Foresters' ...

    Article : 469 words
  8. MYRNIONG.

    A VERY pleasing entertainment was given at the Plough hotel here on the 19th inst. No concert or other amusement having been held for some time past, or any prospect of any for some time, ...

    Article : 131 words
  9. WYNDHAM RACING CLUB AUTUMN MEETING.

    STEWARDS :—Messrs. T. Chirnside, A. Chirnside, E. J. Connop, J. Beamish, J. B. Riley, R. Cherry and P. Hobbs. JUDGE :—Mr. A. Chirnside STARTER:—Mr. T. Chirnside. HANDICAPPER : ...

    Article : 963 words
  10. MY LITTLE BOY THAT DIED.

    By the Author of "John Halifax, Gentleman." Look out his pretty face for just one minute, His braided frock, his dainty buttoned shoes, His firm-shut hand, the favourite plaything in it, ...

    Article : 236 words
  11. A NEW MARKET FOR FRUITS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,811 words
  12. BALLAN.

    NEVER since we have had macadamised roads, has our portion been in such a bad state as at the present time. Various reasons can be assigned for this. The excessively wet season, extra heavy ...

    Article : 512 words
  13. FOOTBALL AT GISBORNE.

    MONDAY being the Queen's Birthday, the Essendon second twenty paid a visit to Gisborne to try the metal of the Gisbornites, and the result was as the result was as expected, Essendon kicking eight goals to nil. ...

    Article : 268 words
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    Advertising : 122 words
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