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  2. REMINISSCENCES OF KIPLINGS SCHOOL DAYS.

    Writing in the first number of the "Cambridge Magazine" (says "M.A.P.")—and a remarkably brilliant first number it is, by the way—the original ...

    Article : 497 words
  3. CITY COUNCIL.

    Present—Crs. Harkness (mayor), M'Gowan Lazarus, Hoskins, Carolin, Abbott, Marks, and Bailes. An apology was received from Cr. Ryan. ...

    Article : 59 words
  4. THE SHOPS AND FACTORIES ACT.

    At the City Police Court yesterday morning Miss Cuthbertson, inspector of shops and factories, proceeded against F. Davey, of the firm of F. Davey and Co., drapers, Miss ...

    Article : 541 words
  5. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    Business was of moderate extent yesterday, and on receipt of the intelligence of Mr. Oliver Randell's demise the Exchange adjourned for the last two sittings. Carlyle ...

    Article : 2,323 words
  6. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    Everybody was delighted with the match between South Bendigo and Sandhurst on Wednesday. It was a genuine game, and it accordingly aroused the interest of the ...

    Article : 1,137 words
  7. LATEST RACING NE[?]

    Right up to time the handicap [?] two Cups made their appearance [?] has received it pretty hot, with [?] and 9st. 10lb. [?]pectively. [?] ...

    Article : 384 words
  8. DEATH OF A MINING INVESTOR.

    Bendigo suffered the loss by death yesterday of another of its old identities in the person of Oliver Lewes Randell. Mr. Randell was a well-known figure in the ...

    Article : 350 words
  9. ORDINARY MEETING.

    From W. I. Winter-Irving and J. Sternberg, Ms.L.C., stating that they would give due attention to the request of the council with regard to the holding of the next Easter ...

    Article : 1,123 words
  10. A NOVELTY IN BUSINESS SYSTEM.

    Mr. J. W. Faul, ironmonger, of Hirgreaves-street, has long since earned a reputation for enterprise, and his business acumen is so well-known that it will not probably ...

    Article : 690 words
  11. GENERAL ITEMS.

    Races will be held at Williams [?] to-day Auticitpations:- Constitution Hurdle Race.—Border [?] Beau Brummel, 2[?] Chaplain, 3. ...

    Article : 1,050 words
  12. SOME RELICS OF POMPEH.

    Sufferers from indigestion are advised to eat stale bread: the staler the better, they are told. There is in the museum at Naples some bread which ought to be stale enough ...

    Article : 510 words
  13. A FORGOTTEN CEMETERY.

    Sir,—In the "Argus" of 17th inst. under the above heading I read: "Prominence was given a few weeks ago to an account of the ceremony of unveiling in the St. Kilda ...

    Article : 422 words
  14. THE GOORNONG RACE DISPUTE.

    Sir,—Is there ever to be any finality of the above? Originally the judge placed Eva first. Within the half hour, the stated time allowable to correct an error, he altered his ...

    Article : 239 words
  15. EXTRACTS FROM HANSARD.

    From this week's "Hansard" we extract the following remarks made by Mr. J. H. Abbott, M.L.C., on the Address-in-Reply to the Governor's speech on Tuesday:—"I quite ...

    Article : 695 words
  16. AN EXTRA ORDINARY PANTELEGRAPNIC APPARATUS.

    The Vienna correspondent of the "Mail" says:—From Munich comes the report of experiments now being carried on there with Professor Cerebotani's pantelegraphic ...

    Article : 608 words
  17. GENTLE WOMAN'S WEAPONS.

    After dinner the talk ran upon the claims made by the new woman for the ballot and higher wages. The old doctor listened in silence awhile, and then said: "I have ...

    Article : 235 words
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  19. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

    We have received from Messrs. George Robertson and Co. (per Mr. W. Hampton) the following publications:- "Pains and Penalties," by Kyra Keith— ...

    Article : 467 words
  20. NIGHT'S HORRID PLAGUE.

    Keeps thousands awake—Makes life a misery. You know what it is. Piles. ...

    Article : 287 words
  21. THE BE[?]VE SALE.

    The Great Beehive [?] Clearing Sale commences this [?]orning [?]sational bargains will be offered [?] the establishment. Read the following [?]tations taken from our ...

    Article : 76 words
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