Articles from page 6: Previous page Next page

  1. Please wait. Loading browse data... loading
  2. NEWCASTLE.

    The lads employed is wheelers at Wallsend Colliery came out on strike to-day, and the colliery was consequently thrown idle. The dispute between the wheelers and the management in one of a very ...

    Article : 192 words
  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Rev. Dr. Br[?]ce, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church, is on a visit to Wellington, and prcached to crowded congregations both morning and evening yesterday. This being the first ...

    Article : 88 words
  4. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    Business in the Mining market yesterday was of limited extent, and there was no general improvement, the market, with few exceptions, remaining steady at about late rates. Among[?]t local gold ...

    Article : 828 words
  5. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    Pony and galloway races will be held at Rosebery Park to-day, the first event starting at 2.30 p.m. The usual facilities will be afforded by omnibus and tramway services for reaching the course. ...

    Article : 731 words
  6. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    Mr. J. G. Moon, a candidate for the Fitzory seat, delivered an address from the balcony of Mrs. simpson's house, Stanley-street, yesterday evening. Mr. Denis O'sullivan presided. Mr. Moon said it was ...

    Article : 596 words
  7. LAWN TENNIS.

    The Drummoyne's Club's tournament was brought to a successful conclusion on Saturday afternoon. The weather was most oppressive, and the heat, combined with a strong wind, greatly interfered ...

    Article : 133 words
  8. FATAL ACCIDENT AT WALGETT.

    On Saturday at Buckinguy R. Leishman, a selector, aged 12 years, was thrown from his horse and killed. Deceased, who was much respected, had marri[?] only last April. ...

    Article : 36 words
  9. MANLY CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 312 words
  10. FATAL ACCIDENT AT WARNE.

    Mr. John Pye, a resident of Warne, was injured there on Saturday through his horse, which was attached to a dray, bolting and capsizing the vehicle. Pye, who was thrown out, was brought to ...

    Article : 57 words
  11. THE MARY A. TROOP CASES.

    The hearing of the cases instituted by the crew of the barque Mary A. Troop for the recovery of wages due was resumed to-day. The case of Alexander M'Lelland v. Captain Baker, the decision in ...

    Article : 271 words
  12. MR. LYNE IN THE NORTH.

    Mr. W. J. Lyne, leader of the Opposition, and Mr. Wood. M.L.A., addressed a meeting here on Saturday night in favour of protection. ...

    Article : 30 words
  13. EPISCOPAL VISITS.

    Dr. Anderson, Bishop of Riverina, held a confirmation service yesterday, when 15 candidates were confirmed. MERRIWA, Monday. ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. INTERCOLONIAL LAWN TENNIS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 194 words
  15. CITY COUNCIL.

    The fortnightly meeting of the City Council was held in the Town Hall to-night. It was resolved to co-operate with the Murrurundi Municipal Council in the endeavour to urg[?] on the Government the ...

    Article : 115 words
  16. THE SEIZURE OF SLEEPERS.

    With reference to the s[?]zure of sleepers at west Narrabri on the 2nd instant by Mr. Lyne, inspector of forests, that gentleman this morning received instructions from the department not to proceed any ...

    Article : 72 words
  17. THE LAND RESERVE AT SWAMP OAK.

    The local land board, with Mr. W. Freeman chairman, has concluded the inquiry as to whether a travelling stock reserve at Swamp Oak should, in the interests of the public, be revoked or retained. ...

    Article : 121 words
  18. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    BRISBANE.—Arrivals November 22, Gulf of Taranto, [?], from Liverpool, via ports; Leura, s., from Sydney; Tom Fisher, from Bowen. ROCKHAMPTON.—Arrival: November 22, Lady ...

    Article : 1,925 words
  19. WATER SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE BOARD.

    The weekly meeting of the Hunter District Water Supply and Sew[?]rage Board was held at the offices, New castle, this morning. The president (Mr. H. D. Walsh) occupied the chair, and Messrs. ...

    Article : 296 words
  20. THE BATHURST TRAGEDY.

    At the inquest to-day, before Mr. C. E. Smith, P.M., coroner, and a jury of 12, on the body of Stanley Lloyd Hewetson, a verdict of suicide while insane was returned. ...

    Article : 36 words
  21. TAMWORTH JOCKEY CLUB.

    Owing to the paucity of entries and insufficient support from horseowners the Tamworth Jockey Club has decided to abandon its meeting fixed for November 30 and December 1. ...

    Article : 37 words
  22. DIVIDENDS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 116 words
  23. LILLIE BRIDGE RACES.

    There was a good attendance at Lillie Bridge last night, when a programme of pony and trotting races was run through. For suspicious practices in the 14.3 race the pony Wirroo, the nominator (W. ...

    Article : 344 words
  24. A POPULAR CITIZEN.

    Mr. George Larkin was to-day presented with a valuable ton and silver coffee service by the people of the district. The presentation was made in the council-chamber by the Major in the presence of a ...

    Article : 79 words
  25. A LION-TAMER ATTACKED.

    Hugh Verno[?], a lion-tamer, connected with Eroni Brothers' circus and menageric, was attacked at Tomingley by the performing lion "Wallace" while in the cage. He beat back the first assault of ...

    Article : 85 words
  26. CRICKET.

    Four of the five of the New South Wales players who are to combine with Queensland against Stoddart's Eleven are to leave by train to-night for Brisbane. They are—S. E. Gregory, L. W. Pye, ...

    Article : 226 words
  27. YIELDS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 90 words
  28. A RECORD IN WATER CONSUMPTION.

    A report was submitted at to-day's meeting of the Water and Sewerage Board stating that owing to the hot weather the consumption of water had rapidly increased, and the outflow from Buttai reservoir now ...

    Article : 281 words
  29. BLOCK 14 COMPANY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,931 words
  30. THE CROPS.

    In the Bathurst district, that is within a radius of eight miles, it was estimated that the area under grain would be 6000 acres, and the estimated yield to be [?]8,000 bushels; under hay 700 acres, giving ...

    Article : 214 words
  31. RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY AMBULANCE CORPS.

    There was a large and representative gathering of those connected with the railway service last evening, in the Railway Institute, the occasion being the eleventh annual meeting of the Railway and ...

    Article : 967 words
  32. AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB NOVEMBER MEETING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 295 words
  33. CYCLING.

    Last night the executive committee of the league met at the rooms, Wynyard-lane, and Mr. W. E. Corben (the treasurer) was in the chair. There were present—Messrs. Hawley, Kavanagh, Adrian, ...

    Article : 296 words
  34. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The Duke of Argy[?], from Brisbane September [?] arrived at London November 17. The R.M.S. Australia will to-day berth at the P. and O. Company's Wharf. ...

    Article : 174 words
  35. PROPOSED NEW RESERVOIR.

    The matter of erecting a reservoir on the line of water main to Cock[?] Creek was before the Water and sewerage Board to-day, and it was resolved that the engineer should be instructed to at once ...

    Article : 120 words
  36. THE WEATHER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 374 words
  37. HARVEST PROSPECTS.

    Reports from various agricultural centres state that towards Corowa and the neighbourhood of Walbundrie, also about Gerrmanton, the crops have been injuriously affected by last week's extreme ...

    Article : 62 words
  38. BAR HARBOURS.

    The Moruya bar yesterday carried a depth of 9ft. [?] high water. The Richmond bar yesterday had 14ft. on it, with 9ft. on the inside channel at high water. ...

    Article : 78 words
  39. MOOREFIELD PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 292 words
  40. SHIPMENT OF COAL.

    The quantity of coal shipped at the Government wharfs and cranes for home, intercolonial, and foreign consumption during the week ended this morning totalled 43,720 tons, as compared with ...

    Article : 70 words
  41. TASMANIAN HARDWOOD FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    The ship Phos, a German-built steel vessel, of 1500 tons, but under the Norwegian flag, was recently fixed to carry a hardwood cargo from Hobart to Natal a loading she has just completed, and has sailed with the largest cargo of ...

    Article : 117 words
  42. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    A meeting of the committee of the Federal Capital Association to-night decided to invite the Convention delegates to vist Albury on a date to be named by themselves. It was also decided to offer a prize ...

    Article : 73 words
  43. THE HUNTER DISTRICT WATER SUPPLY AMENDMENT ACT.

    At to-day's meeting of the Water and Sewerage Board consideration was given to several matters which it will be necessary to adjust in view of the operations of the long-expected Hunter District ...

    Article : 143 words
  44. ATHLETICS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 328 words
  45. THE ADELAIDE COMPANY'S LUBRA.

    The steamer Lubra, of the Adelaide Company's early fleet, has recently been over[?] and [?] up expr[?] for trading on the Western Australian coast. She has accommodation for steerage passengers, and besides the space ...

    Article : 94 words
  46. BISHOP GREEN AT INVERELL.

    Dr. Green, Bishop of Grafton and Armidale, visited Inverell yesterday, and preached to crowded congregations in the morning and evening. At the morning service he installed the new pastor, the Rev. ...

    Article : 78 words
  47. HEAVY WEATHER OFF THE LEUWIN.

    Some of the intercolonial steamers have been catching it rather hotly going round to Western Australia. [?] Marloo, Captain Sim, reports that Sydney was left on October 20. Light S.W. to W.N.W. breezes, accompanied ...

    Article : 147 words
  48. KENSINGTON PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 346 words
  49. GUNDAGAI QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At the quarter sessions to-day Judge Forbes presided. Frederick Connops, charged with refusing to provide his family with food, was found guilty, and was sentenced to three years' penal servitude. ...

    Article : 1,465 words
  50. MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF A SEAMAN.

    A seaman named Charles Olsen, employed on the barque Mary A. Troop, mysteriously disappeared from the vessel during Saturday night. From statements made to the Water Police it appears that ...

    Article : 124 words
  51. WANT OF SHIPPING FACILITIES AT FREMANTLE.

    Not surprisingly the rush of shipping to the port of Fremantle has resulted in dissatisfaction at the limited wharfage accommodation, and complaints are loud and constant. What the shipowners chiefly wi[?]h to know ...

    Article : 118 words
  52. AMUSEMENTS.

    Mr. George Rignold closed his season at the Theatre Royal last night with a final performance of "Man to Man." Although the actor-manager has not definitely settled his future movements, it is ...

    Article : 132 words
  53. BICYCLE TRAFFIC.

    Sir,—Please allow me, through your medium, to add one to those who are urging the authorities to regulate bicycle traffic. Yesterday as a large congregation was leaving St. John's Church, ...

    Article : 264 words
  54. THE ELECTRIC LIGHTING SYSTEM.

    At the meeting of the City Council held to-night Mr. Norman Selfe, whose services have been reta[?]d by the council, submitted plans and specifications for the improvement of the electric lighting ...

    Article : 231 words
  55. THE STORE LIST OF A P. AND O. STEAMER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 63 words
  56. CANTERBURY PARK RACING CLUB.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 208 words
  57. A BIG WOOL SHIPMENT.

    The P. and O. Company's Candia, with upwards 1[?],000 bales of wool-[?] to be exact, 13,[?] bales-is like to be [?]urpassed by the North German Lloyd Friederich d[?] Grosse. It was stated yesterday that the big German [?] ...

    Article : 64 words
  58. THE FIREWORKS DISPLAY TO-MORROW NIGHT.

    The grand pyrotechnic exhibition, organised by Messrs. Mother[?]ll and Co. in aid of the Thirlmere Home, to take place to-morrow night, promises to be a success. The arrangements made at the ...

    Article : 90 words
  59. ARRIVALS AT FOREIGN PORTS.

    From Newcastle: Conway [?] Loch Cr[?], October 9, at Antofgasta, Chiltonford. [?] her 9, at Iquique, Osborne, s., October 26, at M[?] Largo Law, October 15, at Pisagua. Agnes Oswald ...

    Article : 51 words
Digitisation generously supported by
Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation
Digitisation generously supported by
×

Tags, Lists & Comments Help

Buy

Download

Please choose from the following download options:

Share

Share this item on:

Print

Print page as...

Display settings Help

Copies Direct logo

The National Library of Australia's Copies Direct service lets you purchase higher quality, larger sized photocopies or electronic copies of newspapers pages.

Clicking on the Order now button below will open the ordering form in a new window which will allow you to enter the details of your request.

Scope
Format of download
as... PDF PDF

You need to login before you can save preferences.