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  • MR. G. H. REID AT MOSMAN. LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONVENTION. HOLLOW POLITICAL MOCKERY. THE COMING CAMPAIGN DUTY OF THE ELECTORS.

    The members of the Warringah Women's Political Association assembled in considerable numbers last evening in the Councilchambers, Mosman, for the purpose of ...
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  • VICTORIA. THE PAKENHAM OUTRAGE. ARREST OF THE SUSPECT. MELBOURNE, Monday.

    An arrest was made this morning of a man suspected of being the author of the outrage at Pakenham on Saturday night. A man called at Kirk's Bazaar, and gave ... [Article] (205 words)
  • DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT.

    The State Parliament will be dissolved by proclamation to-morrow. The proclamation, for the first time in the history of Victoria, will include the Legislative Council. ... [Article] (28 words)
  • ARRIVAL OF THE S.S. MILTIADES.

    The steamer Miltiades arrived on Saturday from London; via the Cape. The voyage was commenced on March 29. ... [Article] (25 words)
  • ASSISTANCE FOR THE UNIVERSITY. A CONDITIONAL OFFER.

    Mr. Bent, the State Premier, has practically committed himself to help the Melbourne University out of its financial difficulty, but the assistance be proposes to ... [Article] (171 words)
  • THE KORUMBURRA COAL STRIKE. £23,294 STRIKE PAY.

    According to the strike balance-sheet issued by the Victorian Coal-miners' Association, the total income of the association during the currency of the coal strike at ... [Article] (68 words)
  • MUNICIPAL DISCOURTESY DISCLAIMED.

    The reported discourtesy of the Lord Mayor in omitting to send invitations to the City Council of Adelaide, to the conference of municipal representatives, was mentioned at ... [Article] (118 words)
  • SURPLUS IN THE TREASURY.

    Speaking at the mayoral luncheon to-day, the State Premier, Mr. Bent, said that when the Irvine Governmen assumed office, Victoria was in a very bad financial condition, but ... [Article] (71 words)
  • R.S. TAIYUAN AT THURSDAY ISLAND. THURSDAY ISLAND, Monday.

    The steamer Taiyuan arrived to-day from China and Japan with the following passengers:— For Brisbane: Mrs. Glendenning. For Sydney: Messrs. Carpenter, Brunne, Keet, ... [Article] (49 words)
  • THE THEATRES.

    "The Sign of the Cross" was revived at Her Majesty's Theatre on Saturday night, in the presence of a crowded audience, and was received with undiminished favour. Mr. Julius ... [Article] (255 words)
  • QUEENSLAND. A PASTORALIST'S STRUGGLE. BRISBANE, Monday.

    The sittings of the Land Court at Brisbane this morning unearthed a heartrending tale of struggle against adversity on the part of a pastoralist. In his evidence in the ... [Article] (140 words)
  • THE MACDONALD CASE.

    Argument in the case of the Macdonalds, convicted of the murder of the male prisoner's daughter, was concluded befors the Full Court to-day. Judgment was reserved. ... [Article] (30 words)
  • COPING WITH THE RABBIT PEST.

    The adjourned meeting of pastoralists to consider the rabbit evil was held to-night. Mr. John Cameron, a member of the Legislative Assembly, presided. The sub-committee ... [Article] (291 words)
  • BRISBANE TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

    The council of the Brisbane Technical College has resigned, owing to friction with the Board of Technical Education. The council resented the interference of the ... [Article] (130 words)
  • DEMOCRACY VERSUS TORYISM. ADDRESS BY THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. THE ISSUE BEFORE THE ELECTORS.

    The Masonic Ball, Castlereagh-street, last night proved unable to accommodate all who desired to hear Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan's address on "Democracy versus Toryism." The ... [Article] (990 words)
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  • SOUTH AUSTRALIA. DEATH OF AN ELEPHANT. ADELAIDE, Monday.

    The Siam elephant, which had been the property of the Zoological Gardens for 21 years, died on Saturday morning. The elephant was presented to tho Zoo in 1883 ... [Article] (43 words)
  • SAFE ROBBERS AT WORK. ADELAIDE, Monday.

    On Friday night a gang of safe robbers did a considerable amount of work at Port Adelaide. Two well-known business houses were visited, but so far as can be ascertained ... [Article] (141 words)
  • A PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE.

    The Presbyterian Assembly has appointed a committee to consider the question of establishing a Presbyterian College at Adelaide. The committee is to report to the Assembly ... [Article] (42 words)
  • NEWCASTLE. THE COAL EXPORT TRADE. NEWCASTLE, Monday.

    The steamer Barwon cleared at the Customs today for Melbourne with 4580 tons of coal and 50 tons of coke; and the German burque Hyon, for Chanaral, with 1710 tons of West Wallsend coal. ... [Article] (304 words)
  • A NEW WARSHIP. ARRIVAL OF H.M.S. CLIO. DAMAGED IN HEAVY GALES. SHADOWED BY RUSSIAN DESTROYERS. DESCRIPTION OF THE VESSEL.

    The new twin-screw sloop Clio, of 1070 tons, the last of her class to be built, arrived at Sydney yesterday, after a somewhat eventful maiden voyage from England, to replace H.M.S. Sparrow (now out ... [Article] (1208 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND. THE SAMOAN WAR CLAIMS. AUCKLAND, Monday.

    A petition has been addressed to the Governor of German Samoa, pointing out that the war claims for acts adjudged unjustifiable five years ago have not yet been paid, ... [Article] (86 words)
  • CRICKET IN AUSTRALIA. THE SYDNEY INCIDENT. MR. WARNER'S COMMENTS. LETTER TO AN ENGLISH JOURNAL. MELBOURNE, Monday.

    Mr. Warner, writing from Sydney on March 1, to the "Westminster Gazette," referred to the disturbance on the Sydney Cricket Ground as follows:—"What with the disputes in ... [Article] (760 words)
  • THE LOCOMOTIVES CONTRACT. MASS MEETING AT CLYDE WORKS.

    A mass meeting of the employees of the Clyde Engineering Works was held in the large messroom of the works at noon yesterday, when Mr. J. Pemberton, one of the delegates ... [Article] (264 words)
  • CASUALTIES, FATAL TRAM ACCIDENT.

    Elizabeth Meyer, 42, living with her husband in Valentine-street, was knocked down by a tram in George-street early last night. She was in the act of crossing the road, and ... [Article] (61 words)
  • FALL DOWN A CELLAR. BROKEN HILL, Monday.

    Robert Richie, a carpenter, had an unpleasant experience last night. Whilst returning home between 10 and 11 o'clock, and taking a short cut, he fell into a recently ... [Article] (96 words)
  • ROBBERY AT AN HOTEL.

    A daring robbery was committed late on Saturday night at the Balfour Hotel, at the intersection of King and Elizabeth streets. About 10.30 p.m. a barmaid named Miss Jasper, ... [Article] (105 words)
  • DROWNED WHILST FISHING.

    The body of the man who was drowned off Fort Macquarie on Saturday night while fishing was identified yesterday morning by Mrs. H. Pitt as that of her husband, Leonard ... [Article] (101 words)
  • FIRE AT WEE WAA. WEE WAA, Monday.

    At half-past 9 o'clock on Saturday night a fire broke out in premises situated in Rose-street, occupied by Miss Jewell as a restaurant and the Misses Mahoney and O'Mullane, ... [Article] (197 words)
  • A DISABLED STEAMER. YAMBA, Monday.

    The steamer Pretoria was reported south of this port at 8.35 a.m., and again at 2.27 p.m. under canvas. She has apparently broken [?]town. The Pretoria signalled for a tug at about 4.30 p.m., and ... [Article] (109 words)
  • ST. LEONARDS ELECTORATE. MR. E. M. CLARK'S CANDIDATURE.

    Speaking last night at the North Sydney School of Arts, Mr. E. M. Clark, M.L.A., in his opening address to the electors of St. Leonards, whose suffrages he is seeking, ... [Article] (744 words)
  • METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS. Observatory, Monday.

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  • THROWN FROM HER HORSE. PARKES, Monday.

    Blanche Fitzgerald, 18 years of age, an employee on Mr. E. Toms' farm, Bartley's Creek, was thrown from her horse yesterday, and received a fracture of the skull, besides ... [Article] (38 words)
  • DEPARTURES.—May 9.

    Sydney, s, for Melbourne, via Newcastle. [?] Age, s, for Wallaroo and Port Pirie. ... [Article] (23 words)
  • PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—May 10.

    Pilbarra, s, for Fremanfie via ports; Wodonga, s, for Melbourne; Barrabool, s, and Wyandra, s, for Brisbane and Queensland ports; Augusta s, and Durosby, s, for Tweed River; Cavanba, s, for Byron Bay and ... [Article] (124 words)
  • CLEARANCES.—May 9.

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  • COASTERS OUTWARD.—May 9.

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  • IMPORTS.—May 9.

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  • EXPORTS.—May 9.

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  • MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Himalaya left Fremantle yesterday, and will leave Colombo 20th, Aden 27th, and Port Said June 1. She should arrive at Marseilles on 6th, and London June 13. ... [Article] (280 words)
  • THE ABERDEEN LINERS.

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  • FEDERAL-HOULDER-SHIRE LINES.

    Messrs. Birt and Co., Ltd., Sydney agents for the undermentioned steamers, report movements as follows:— The Cornwall is trading between the River Plate ... [Article] (291 words)
  • SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—May 9.

    H.M.S. Clio, twin screw sloop, 1070 tons, 13 guns, Commander H. D. Wilkin, D.S.O., From Sheerness via Portland, Plymouth, Gibraltar, Malta, Port Said, Suez, Perim, Aden, Colo[?] bo, Singapore, Thursday Island, ... [Article] (299 words)
  • THE WHITE STAR LINERS.

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  • THE GULF LINE, LIMITED.

    Messrs. W. and A. M'Arthur, Ltd., managing agents for the Gulf line, report:— The Gulf of Venice arrived at Manila May 8. The Gulf of Ancud is trading in the Atlantic. The ... [Article] (60 words)
  • LUND'S BLUE ANCHOR LINE.

    Messrs. Gilchrist, Watt, and Sanderson, Ltd., report:— The Wilcannia left Sydney for London, via ports, [?] the 29th ultimo. She leaves Adelaide to-day. ... [Article] (127 words)
  • OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY, Ltd.

    Messrs. Gilchrist, Watt, and Sanderson, Ltd., advise; —The Kaisow is at present loading at the Central Wharf, She leaves Sydney for home ports, via Melbourne and Adelaide, on the 14th inst. The Orestes ... [Article] (79 words)
  • MIRWRAITH, M'EACHARN, AND CO.'S LINE.

    Messr. Burns, Philp, and Co., Ltd., agents for the above line, report:— The Pilbarra, from Fremantle, via Adelaide and Melbourne, arrived here on Sunday, and sails on the ... [Article] (60 words)
  • BRITISH INDIA LINE.

    The agents for the British India Steam Navigation Company. Ltd. (Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co.) report:— The Ula, from London to Queensland ports, arrived ... [Article] (47 words)
  • THE A.U.S.N. LINE.

    Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co., Limited, agents for the A.U.S.N. Company, advise the following movements:— The Wodonga, for Melbourne, leaves Sydeny to-day. ... [Article] (131 words)
  • TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    KARUMBA.—Dep: May 8, Maranoa, s, for Brisbane, THURSDAY ISLAND (2000 miles).—Passed: May 9, Orange Branch, s, bound from Manila to Sydney. COOKTOWN (1550 miles).—Dep: May 9, Taiynan, s ... [Article] (723 words)
  • PARCEL MAIL.

    Parcels addressed to Fiji and Canada will be received at the Parcels Office, 151 Castlegreagh-street, for transmission per C.A. steamship Mant[?]ka up to 10.30 a.m. on MONDAY, May 16. Parcels addressed to ... [Article] (62 words)
  • NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (1230 miles).—Arr: May 9, Tongarire, s, from London. GISBORNE (1430 miles).—Arr: May 9, St. Kilda, bqin, from Newcastle. ... [Article] (31 words)
  • THE MAILS. THIS DAY.

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