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  2. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    On Monday next entries close with the secretary Mr. J. B. Olliffe, for the Carrington Stakes, to be run over a distance of 6 furlongs, with 400 sovs. of added money, and Tattersail's Club Cup, 2 miles, ...

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  3. NEWTOWN LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

    The second annual meeting of the New town Ladies' Benevolent Society was held last evening in the Oddfellows' Hall, Wilson-street, Newtown. The chair was occupied by Mr. E. W. Molesworth, ...

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  4. SHIPPING REPORTS.

    CUSTOM-HOUSE.—Entered outwards:November 8, Oak Branch, s., 3258 tons, Captain H. School, for Dunkirk, Antwerp, and Hall; Moana, R.M.S., 3900 tons, Captain M. Carev, for San Francisco, via ports: Darius, s., 3283 tons ...

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  5. NEW YORK SHIPPING.

    Under date the 8th ultimo shipping is advised [?] under:— Sailed.—For Melbourne: British ship Loch B[?] 2075 tons, September 29. For Sydney: British ship Po[?] ...

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  6. THE ORANGE CARNIVAL.

    Platt-Betts, with a pacing team and machines and metropolitan cyclists, arrived to-night, to take part in the cycling carnival to-morrow. They were met at the station by the representatives of the local ...

    Article : 75 words
  7. REMOVALS.

    The French barque Felix Rene is to berth at Ho[?] Wharf to-morrow to load for J[?]luit, New Britain. The Steamer Glenogie yesterday berthed at the Central Wharf. ...

    Article : 46 words
  8. BEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 126 words
  9. CHARTERS.

    The Sea King has been fixed to load at Newcastle for San Francisco. The barquentine Planter leads at Newcastle for Honolulu, Metha Nelson, schooner, Eure[?] Sydney, redwood; V[?]co de Gama, ship, Liverpool to ...

    Article : 121 words
  10. ADELAIDE TO MELBOURNE.

    Kux, the cyclist, left for Melbourne at 8 o'clock on Saturday evening. He had covered 240 miles by Sunday afternoon, and was then 65 miles ahead of the time mapped out for himself. A distance of 186 ...

    Article : 71 words
  11. MOOREFIELD PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 285 words
  12. LAWN TENNIS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 394 words
  13. THE BUDGET SPEECH AND MANUFACTORIES AND WORKS.

    Sir,—That portion of the Premier's budget speech having reference to the manufacturing industries of the colony is not altogether as satisfactory as the honorable gentleman would make the public believe. ...

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  14. MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    Balla[?]t of New South Wales Gold-mining Company, Orange, October 30.—Contractors sunk for the week 10ft., total depth of shaft 107ft; 33ft. of timbering has been done, total timbering to dat 100ft. Water, if anything, ...

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  15. THE NORTH SHORE BRIDGE OR TUNNEL.

    Sir,—As there has been much discussion in your columns from time to time on this subject, and as there are several schemes before Parliament, I have thought that a few facis bearing thereon would not ...

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  16. THE R.M.S. AORANGI.

    Following is a list of passengers additional to the names previously published. The steamer left at 4 p.m. yesterday for Vancoaver, via Wellington, Fiji, and Honolulu:—Mrs. Cardon, Mr. H. Gardiner, Mr. J. Murphy, ...

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  17. ADDITIONS TO THE JAPANESE MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE.

    The Nippon Yusen Kalsha, says a report received on Sunday by the Guthric, is adding ship after ship to its already the largest line of ships in the East. The latest is the Sado Maru, launched the other day at Belfast, and ...

    Article : 261 words
  18. KENSINGTON PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 328 words
  19. AQUATICS. THE INTERCOLONIAL EIGHT-OAR RACE.

    Mr. Helsham, the secretary of the New South Wales Rowing Association, has received a letter from the secretary of the Queensland Rowing Association with reference to the intercolonial ...

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  20. PASSENGERS QUARANTINED AT ALBANY.

    Why a lot of passengers should be marched into quarantine for a single case of scarlatina is one of those remarkable instances of care peculiar to some Australian Boards of Health. The Occana's case in point. She had 33 ...

    Article : 275 words
  21. WARWICK FARM RACING CLUB.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 161 words
  22. THE A.U.S.N. COMPANY.

    The steamer Cintra returned from Melbourne yesterday evening. While there, at the invitation of Mr. J. E. Leresche, the joint manager of the A.U.S.N. Company, a number of gentlemen interested in shipping assembled in ...

    Article : 172 words
  23. CRICKET.

    The above match will be continued on the Sydney Cricket Ground to-day at 11 a.m. When play adjourned on Saturday the Eleven had lost three wickets (including Iredale's, who retired injured for ...

    Article : 2,669 words
  24. THE UNION COMPANY'S LINE.

    The Hawea arrived at Melbourne, from Fiji, yesterday afternoon. The Monowa[?], which has been in dock, left Dunedin for Newcastle on Saturday last, and is due on Friday next. ...

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  25. THE HUBBUCK IN BAD WEATHER.

    Captain Lingham, of the Hubbuck, reported at Adelaide having met with worse weather between Sydney and South Australia than he over experienced. The Hubbuck left here on October 26, and on clearing the Heads made a ...

    Article : 143 words
  26. GOLF.

    The Australian Golf Club is occupied just now in preparing an 18-hole course for next season. At present the course is a 13-hole one, and the additional five holes have been located. ...

    Article : 35 words
  27. CYCLING.

    A committee meeting of the club was held yesterday at the rooms, when Mr. W. R. George occupied the chair, and there was a large attendance of members. Messrs. J. Phillips, H. Lambert, and S. ...

    Article : 71 words
  28. THE R.M.S. VALETTA.

    The P. and O. Company's Valetta arrived yesterday at 2 p.m. from London, and Captain Gadd states that on October 5 the medals and certificates which were awarded to the officers and men of ...

    Article : 120 words
  29. LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN.

    The meetings of the various committees of the league have been held in abeyance during the carnival. The executive committee is to be held next Monday night, and the branch committee on ...

    Article : 497 words
  30. V.R.C. SPRING MEETING.

    The V.R.C. make a profit of about £10,000 over the Spring Meeting. The settling over the meeting proceeded satisfactorily at the Victorian Club to day. ...

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  31. THE OAK BRANCH.

    The steamer Oak Branch yesterday returned from Port Pirie with a part cargo of ore. She went to Mort's Dock for cleaning and pointing and will lo[?]d wool for Europe to be despatched by Messrs. A. M'Arthur and Co. from ...

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  32. THE HAWKSDALE.

    The ship Hawksdale, from Liverpool to Sydney, passed Green Cape at 7 a.m. yesterday. She has a general cargo, and comes to Gibbs, Bright, and Co. The wind was at the time fresh from the south, the ship making apparently [?] ...

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  33. ROSEHILL RACING CLUB NOVEMBER MEETING.

    The Rosehill November Meeting, which opened on Saturday, will be continued and concluded to-day on the well-appointed trysting-place near the Parramatta River, and an interesting programme is ...

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  34. THE KINCLUNE.

    This barque, which put into Suva, Fiji, in distress when on a voyage from Noumea with chrome ore for the Azores for orders, has repaired at a cost said to be £925, and has proceeded on her voyage. ...

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  35. THE DARIUS.

    The Currie line steamer Darius arrived from Calcutta early yesterday with part general cargo loaded at the Indian port, which was left on October 2, the Darius arriving at Albany October 24, Adelaide October 29, and ...

    Article : 52 words
  36. THE QUESTION OF PILOTAGE CHARGES.

    The pilotage charges for removing ships about the harbou[?] have, according to some of the shipping authorities, undergone such a change (an increased charge on past rates) that masters who formerly would have employed ...

    Article : 302 words
  37. SWIMMING.

    This club brought off a 100 yards handicap on Saturday in the presence of a large number of spectator at Von Hammer's Sans Souci baths. The officials were:—Judge, Mr. D. Steele; starter, Mr. ...

    Article : 162 words
  38. MILITARY SMOKE CONCERT.

    A highly successful smoke concert was held on Saturday night in the Manchester Unity Hall, Elizabeth-street, by the sergeants of the 1st Regiment. W.O. Conway occupied the chair and among ...

    Article : 241 words
  39. LIFE-SAVING.

    Dr. R. E. Roth lectured on "Life-saving" in the Kogarah School of Arts on Friday evening, and an exhibition of the drill was given by members of the Eastern Suburbs Swimming Club, directed by ...

    Article : 230 words
  40. A SUCCESSFUL CATTLE STEAMER.

    The Indianspolis has just completed her fifth trip to the west and the north-west coasts, and reports having carried 1866 bullocks and 10,440 sheep, and lost only 27 bullocks and no sheep. This is claimed to be a better average than ...

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  41. J. W. STOCKS AGAIN BREAKS THE HOUR RECORD FOR THE WORLD.

    At the Crystal Palace truck, London, on September 27, J. W. Stocks, the world's champion record breaker, succeeded in again breaking the hour record, which was held by himself, and stood at 32 miles ...

    Article : 410 words
  42. THE GROUNDING OF THE PACIFIC.

    An inquiry was held on the 30th ultimo at Perta into the circumstances attending the grounding of the steamer Pacific, when the Court gave the following decision:— "The accident was caused through an error of judgment on ...

    Article : 106 words
  43. LUMBER SHIPPING.

    Under date October 14 Messrs. Pope and Talbot advise lumber shipping movements as under per R.M.S. Moana:— Departures.—Robert Scarles, for Sydney, September 14; Robert Sudden, for Sydney, September 29; King Cyrus, ...

    Article : 77 words
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