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  2. BOWLS. THE PENNANT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES. THIRD ROUND.

    The third round of the pennant championship matches was played off on Saturday afternoon, the results predicted in the Herald being in every case verified. In section A Randwick and Balmain met ...

    Article : 1,082 words
  3. NEWS BY THE MAIL. SPAIN AND CUBA.

    The Washington correspondent of the London Daily Chronicle telegraphed extracts of President Cleveland's last message to Congress as follows:— President Cleveland then discusses the Cuban ...

    Article : 429 words
  4. LAW REPORT. SUPREME COURT.—MONDAY, JANUARY 18.

    Robert Baird v. William Henry Baird. On the motion of Mr. Weaver (of Messrs. Weaver and Hale), an order of sequestration was granted, and Mr. L. T. Llyod was appointed official assignee. ...

    Article : 67 words
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  6. LAW NOTICES.

    In Equity.—Before the Deputy Registrar.—At 11 a.m.; Connelly v. Fitzpatrick, to tax costs; Federal Ice and Chilling Company, to tax costs. At 12 noon: Smith v. Yell, to tax costs. At 2 p.m.: Dixon v. Bank of New ...

    Article : 73 words
  7. POLICE COURTS.

    At the Central Police Court yesterday, before Mr. W. M. Macfarlane, D.S.M., Thomas Douglas was charged with assaulting Lottie Davis. The evidence was to the effect that the accused and Davis had ...

    Article : 1,765 words
  8. "THE HISTORY OF A MYSTERY."

    Mr. Stead has published a pamphlet under this title, and in it he attempts to show that Mr. Chamberlain knew all about the Jameson raid. Most of the London papers throw cold water on Mr. Stead's ...

    Article : 46 words
  9. THE INCREASING COST OF THE FRENCH NAVY.

    The Times correspondent in Paris writes as follows:—"As already stated, the sum required for the alterations thought to be necessary in the French navy, and even declared to be imperative by M. ...

    Article : 152 words
  10. DRAFT OF THE VENEZUELAN TREATY.

    A Central News cable from New York, of 7th December, gives the final text of the draft treaty between England and the United States respecting the boundary of Venezuela and British Guiana, as ...

    Article : 348 words
  11. THE APOTHEOSIS OF SARAH.

    Some extraordinary scenes of enthusiasm were seen in Paris on 9th December, the occasion being a sort of national compliment to Madame Bernhardt. The proceedings began with a grand banquet in ...

    Article : 605 words
  12. CITY v. MANLY.

    A two-rink team from the City Club visited Manly on Saturday, and played the Village bowlers a friendly game. Rink 1.—City: Glenister, Butcher, Usher, Hogg ...

    Article : 62 words
  13. TENDERS ACCEPTED.

    Tenders have been accepted for the following Public works:— Road.—Contract No. 8, 96-7, Bingara to Barraha, T. J. Lee (Inverell), £369 10s 2d. ...

    Article : 352 words
  14. MR. RHODES AND THE CAPETOWN PEOPLE.

    Strenuous efforts are being made (says the Capetown correspondent of the London Daily Telegraph of 7th December), in which one of the Capetown papers is taking a leading part, to organise a great ...

    Article : 208 words
  15. CENTRAL LICENSING COURT.

    The adjourned quarterly meeting of the Central Licensing Court was held yesterday. Messrs. Delohery, S.M., Macfarlane, D.S.M., and Penny, L.M., presided. Transfers of publicans' licenses were granted ...

    Article : 193 words
  16. TRAGIC AFFAIR IN HUNGARY.

    A terrible family drama is reported by the Vienna correspondent of the Daily News from Steinamanger, in Hungry. Major Emil Petak, of the Hussars, on returning from hunting to the barracks, ...

    Article : 156 words
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