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  2. VICTORIA.

    Last year the Secondary Teachers' Association passed resolutions in favour of establishing a council of education, and since that time the governing body has been developing ...

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  3. NEWCASTLE.

    A conference was held this morning between the manager of the Lymmington Colliery and Mr. Peter Bowling, president of the Miners' Federation, in reference to the ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Special Licensing Court opened at the Courthouse, East Maitland, before Judge Fitzhardinge and Messrs. T. H. Wilkinson, W. Le Brun Brown, police magistrates. Judge ...

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  5. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. WATER AND SEWERAGE.

    At a meeting of the Water and Sewerage Board yesterday the secretary (Colonel Holmes, D.S.O.) submitted the following report:— ...

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  7. SHIPPING.

    Kyarra, s, 6952 tons, Captain M.M. Osborne, from Fremantle, Adelaide, and Melbourne. Burns, Philp, and Co., Limited, agents. Namoi, s, 1414 tons, Captain Warne, from Newcastle. ...

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  8. TRADES AND LABOUR.

    A meeting of over 40 signpainters was held in the Trades Hall on Tuesday, when it was unanimously decided to form a union. The meeting had the assistance of two delegates ...

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  9. RECENT MACHINERY FATALITY.

    An inquest was conducted this morning by t[?] district coroner (Mr. C. Hibble) into the death of the young man Harold Brinkworth, who was killed through being caught in the ...

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  10. CHURCHES.

    A ball in aid of the funds of St. Vincent's Roman Catholic Church was held on Monday night, and was attended by visitors from all the surrounding districts. ...

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  11. DEPARTURES.—June 10.

    H.M.S. Prometheus, for the New Hebrides. Waiwera, s, for Guaymus. Victoria, s, for Auckland. Allinga, s, for Rockhampton, via ports. ...

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  12. DISTRICT COURTS.

    In the District Court to-day a girl named Bridget Williams sued J. F. Robinson for £50 damages for alleged slander. The case was heard before a special jury of four. Mr. ...

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  13. KUBELIK'S LAST CONCERT.

    Kubelik gave his last concert in Melbourne to-night before a crowded audience, and amidst extraordinary enthusiasm. Kubelik was recalled again and again. Over one thousand ...

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  14. BIG-GUN FIRING.

    The Newcastle detachment of the Royal Australian Artillery, under Major Osborne, conducted their annual elementary firing at the fort to-day. The two 6in guns and one 8in ...

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  15. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—June 11.

    Euryalus, s, for Java and Singapore, via ports; Wakatipu, s, for Launceston, via Eden; Erina, s, for Gosford and Brisbane Water; Hillmeads, s, for Ulladulla, Bateman's Bay, Nelligen, and Moruga; ...

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  16. QUEENSLAND.

    The A.U.S.N. Company has made an offer of 1s per hour to the Ship Painters and Dockers' Union, who recently struck. Overtime 1s to be paid at the rate of 1s 3d for the ...

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  17. CLEARANCES.—June 10.

    Victoria, s, 2969 tons, Captain G. F. Entwisle, for Auckland. Passengers:—Mr. and Mrs. Cary and child, Mr. and Mrs. E. Davis and child, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Clarke, Mesdames Rout, W. Fraser, ...

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  18. A MINER'S DEATH.

    An inquest was held this evening by the District Coroner before a jury of six into the circumstances surrounding the death of a miner, David Lewis, who was killed at the ...

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  19. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At the Quarter Sessions to-day, the following prisoners were brought up for sentence:—Orlando William Albert Wilson, who pleaded guilty to setting fire to a Chinese ...

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  20. TIMBER CARGOES.

    Another vessel, the Minerva, arrived at Newcastle to-day with a large cargo of timber from Puget Sound, making the third this week. All three vessels are waiting for ...

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  21. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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  22. ALLEGED THROWING OF CORROSIVE FLUID.

    The case in which Frederick Corry was charged with having thrown corrosive fluid over his wife, Elsie May Corry, with intent to do bodily harm, was continued at the City ...

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  23. ENTERED OUTWARD.—June 10.

    Oriana, s, for Singapore: Muniara, s, for South Sea Islands; Alexa, bqtn, for Wanganui; Cornwall, s, for London, via New Zealand ports; Ulimaroa, s, for Wellington. ...

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  24. COAL EXPORT TRADE.

    The following vessels cleared at the Customs-house to-day:—Age, s, for Melbourne, with 3400 tons coal; Period, s, for Port Pirie, with 3400 tons coal; Bertha, bq, for ...

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  25. MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Orient, from London, bound to Sydney, arrived at Melbourne yesterday. The R.M.S. China, from London, bound to Sydney, passed Albany yesterday on route from Fremantle to ...

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  26. AN EX-SOLICITOR'S APPEAL.

    An application was made to the High Court to-day on behalf of Louis Horwitz, now detained in prison under sentence for crimes committed by him while a solicitor practising ...

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  27. TAIYUAN AT THURSDAY ISLAND.

    The China Navigation Company's steamer Taiyuan, which sailed from Hongkong on May 18 for Sydney, via ports, called at Thursday Island yesterday, and subsequently resumed her voyage. ...

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  28. THE WAIWERA DESPATCHED.

    The Shaw, Savill, and Albion Company's steamer Waiwera, of 6237 tons, was despatched from Sydney by Gilchrist. Watt, and Sanderson, Ltd., yesterday afternoon with a cargo of 5408 tons of coal from the ...

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  29. "UNDERGROUND DEATH TRAPS."

    During the sitting of the Royal Commission on North Shore connection yesterday, Dr. C. MacLaurin said the provision of fresh air was a difficult problem in respect ...

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  30. THE BRAYBROOK DISASTER.

    Somewhat of a stir was caused yesterday at the inquest in connection with the Braybrook disaster when it was announced that a fireman on the Eallarat train had rep[?] the ...

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  31. THE PRINZ SIGISMUND SIGNALLED.

    The steamer Prinz Sigismund, of the fleet of the Norddeutcher Lloyd, which sailed from Kobe, Japan, on May 13, and from Hongkong on May 21, and subsequently called at German New Guinea and New Britain, ...

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  32. THE WARSHIPS.

    H.M.S. Prometheus was despatched from Sydney after the arrival of the English mail yesterday afternoon, on a cruise among the islands of the New Hebrides group. ...

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  33. THE BELLAMBI LAUNCHED.

    Advices to hand by yesterday's English mail state that on April 30 the new steel screw steamer Bellambi was launched from the shipbuilding yards of the Clyde Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd., Port ...

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  34. THE MARVEL LOCH G.M. COMPANY.

    A special meeting of the shareholders in the Marvel Loch Gold-mining Company (Western Australia) was held to-day to ratify the action of the directors in discharging the legal ...

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  35. OUR JACK REFLOATED.

    A telegram was received yesterday from the pilot at the Bellinger River Heads stating that the steamer Our Jack, which grounded on the spit inside the bar on Tuesday, was successfully refloated at 3 o'clock ...

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  36. THE KUMANO MARU.

    Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co., Limited (managing agents for the Nippon Yusen Kaisha in Australasia) advise that the Japanese mail steamer Kumano Maru sailed from Melbourne at noon yesterday, and is ...

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  37. THE COOLGARDIE DELAYED.

    The steamer Coolgardie left Port Adelaide this morning for Western Australia, but on arrival at the Semaphore anchorage she was observed to be flying signals indicating that ...

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  38. AMUSEMENTS.

    As already noted, the Sydney Philharmonic Society will this evening give what promises to be one of the great concerts of the year at the Town Hall. Mendelssohn's "Hymn of Praise," Beethoven's "Choral ...

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  39. THE NAVIGATION DEPARTMENT.

    Captain Henry Newton, Superintendent of Navigation, left Sydney last night for Newcastle on departmental business. He will probably return to-day. ...

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  40. COUNTRY RACE CLUBS.

    A deputation representing country racing clubs was introduced to the Railway Commissioners on Tuesday by Mr. Miller, M.L.A., to urge the desirability of allowing reduced fares to the public travelling to race ...

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  41. EMILY REED DISASTER.

    Particulars reached Sydney yesterday from London of the loss of the American sailing ship Emily Reed, and of the sufferings which some of the crew experienced. The vessel, which was of 1467 net tons, sailed from ...

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  42. ROYAL ARTILLERY BAND.

    At a meeting of the Band Association of New South Wales, held under the presidency of Mr. Austin it was unanimously resolved to recognise the claims on public attention of the Royal Artillery Band of ...

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  43. BROKEN HILL CADETS.

    Although last night was very cold and damp the cadets in camp at South Broken Hill had a good time. They had a sing-song, and retired early; so at 4 o'clock this ...

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  44. A TASMANIAN CENTENARIAN.

    James Clark, of Rockmount, Ellendale, died on Tuesday night in his 101st year. He was born in Tasmania, and was one of the pioneers of Ellendale district. He was a man of great ...

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  45. LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

    The London College of Music gave their ninth annual concert and prize distribution at the Town Hall last night, when the vast chamber was crowded. Alderman S. E. Lees occupied the chair, and before making the ...

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  46. CASUALTIES.

    The Coroner recorded a verdict of accidental death yesterday at the inquest concerning the death of Frederick Ernest Ware, 32, a brickcarter, lately residing at 17 ...

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  47. SHATTERED BY DYNAMITE.

    Willows Farrow, a miner, employed at the North Lyell mine, was preparing a primer for a charge last night when he bit the detonator on the fuse, instead of using the nippers ...

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  48. FATAL BLASTING ACCIDENT.

    A fatal accident occurred at the Golden Pole mine, Daveyhurst, yesterday, when James Ryan, known as Mick Ryan, was killed, as the result of a blasting accident in one of the ...

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  49. THE BAR HARBOURS.

    The following telegrams were received last night regarding the conditions of bar harbours:—Nambacca Heads, bar 10ft 6in, inner channel 8ft 6in, rise of tide 3ft at high water: Cape Hawke, bar 8ft 4in at high ...

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  50. CONCILIATION IN NEW ZEALAND.

    Speaking of concillation boards, the Minister for Labour (Mr. Millar) said that they had developed into a lower court, where all chance of conciliation had disappeared. It merely ...

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  51. WATSON'S BAY TRAM.

    A deputation representing the Woollahra Municipal Council was introduced to the Railway Commissioners yesterday by the Major (Mr. Latimer, M.L.A.), to urge the extension of the second section on the Watson's ...

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  52. SCALDING ACCIDENTS.

    Miss Amy Croome, of Burrundulla, was severely scalded through the upsetting of a large vessel of boiling water. A child, Mary Frost, sustained painful scaids ...

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  53. SPIT TO MANLY TRAM.

    The Public Works Committee sat yesterday, when the expediency of constructing an electric tramway from the Spit to Manly was further considered. Mr. G. W. Walker, honorary secretary the Spit to ...

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  54. MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

    The Monaro leaves Melbourne on Saturday, en route from Sydney to Adelaide and W.A. ports. The Hobart is due to leave Adelaide to-day for Melbourne and Sydney, en route from W.A. ports. ...

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  55. FIRE AT REDFERN.

    A fire broke out yesterday morning at about 11.30 in a storehouse of Messrs. Lewis and Loney, Limited, straw hat manufacturers, Charles-street, ...

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  56. FATAL ACCIDENT AT A MINE.

    J. Cassidy was killed in the shaft of the Great Cobar mine to-day. He was caging on the plat. No one saw the accident, but it is surmised that he was struck by the cage, as ...

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  57. STEWARDS AND COOKS' AGREEMENT.

    The agreement recently signed by the Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Federation and the Australasian Cooks and Stewards' Union in regard to wages and working ...

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  58. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 5.30 p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30 and 8 p.m. Queensland.—Overland, 3.45 p.m. Manila (P.I.), via Newcastle.—Den of Ogil, 8 a.m. ...

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  59. TELEGRAPIHC SHIPPING.

    THURSDAY ISLAND (2000m).—Dep: June 10, Taiyuan, s., for Sydney. TOWNSVILLE (1370m).—Arr: June 10, Wyreema, s, from Melbourne, via ports. ...

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  60. A CONSTABLE SHOT.

    Senior-constable Vizzard, in charge of the police here, was accidentally shot in the right hand when taking a revolver from his pouch this morning. He is now in hospital. ...

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  61. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    Considerable interest is being felt in the election of three representatives for Kendall Ward, in the Leichhardt Municipal Council, and meetings are being addressed by the candidates almost nightly. In ...

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  62. A SWAGMAN'S LONELY DEATH.

    The remains of a man supposed to be Michael Lynch, aged about 30, who has been missing since October, were found on an outstation of Tarella. Lynch's swag was found ...

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  63. Advertising

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  64. Advertising

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  65. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (1239m).—Arr: June 10, Warrimoo, s, from Sydney; Foxton Hall, s, from Newcastle. GISBORNE (1430m).—Arr: June 19, Waihora, s, from Newcastle. ...

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  66. Advertising

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  67. FIJI SHIPPING.

    SUVA (1748m).—Dep.: June 10, Navua, s, for Sydney, en route from Auckland, Samoa, and Tonga. ...

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  68. Advertising

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  69. Advertising

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