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|The Sydney Morning Herald. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1901. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 November 1901 page Article||2014-04-19 01:46||Mi Waddell was at Torta vestcidny In the
course of a spec li ho said tho proposed Liquoi Bill
wouU have thoeflect of mikniglliobo who made
most out of the trjlhc contiibuto their share to the
publiL rev onue
A now French loan of 21(i,O00,000r (£8,100,000)
has boen issued
IT Duniont, who recent!) was awarded the
Dcutsoli pn¿c of £4000 for successful aerial naviga
tion at Pana, has handed tho ninouiit to the Pans
pool to redeem their clothes and tools
Most of the convicts H ho escaped from Leaven
wortli Gaol, Kains, hiivu been recaptured Some
weio shot dead as tin ) would not surrender
|Mr. Waddell was at Forbes yesterday. In the
course of a speech he said the proposed Liquor Bill
would have the effect of making those who made
most out of the traffic contribute their share to the
A new French loan of 210,000,000f. (£8,400,000)
has been issued.
M. Dumont, who recently was awarded the
Deutsch prize of £4000 for successful aerial naviga-
tion at Paris, has handed the amount to the Paris
poor to redeem their clothes and tools.
Most of the convicts who escaped from Leaven-
worth Gaol, Kansas, have been recaptured. Some
were shot dead as they would not surrender.
|SECOND EDITION SILVER. LONDON, Nov. 11. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 November 1901 page Article||2014-04-19 01:30||Bar silver is quoted to-dayv 1-lGd lower at
2s 2gd per ounco standard. '
|Bar silver is quoted to-day 1-16d lower at
2s 2?d per ounce standard.
|CHINA. ROYAL HONOURS FOR LI HUNG CHANG. LONDON, Nov. 11. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 November 1901 page Article||2014-04-19 01:20||POYAL HONOURS POP LI HUNG
Tho emperor RwungUsu *ent, the Po'yal
Pull lo cover the collin of Li Hung Chung.
LONDON, Aov. 11.
|ROYAL HONOURS FOR LI HUNG
The Emperor Kwanghsu sent the Royal
Pall to cover the coffin of Li Hung Chang.
LONDON, Nov. 11.
|THE HOLIDAY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 November 1901 page Article||2014-04-19 01:19||Tho A. N. A. sports vvcio attended by the
a largo crowd. Tho holiday as a vrholo waa
|The A. N. A. sports were attended by the
a large crowd. The holiday as a whole was
|Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 November 1901 page Advertising||2014-04-19 01:17||Wolfe's is the leal origin ul behuiiiips 6ct the real
AVOID SUBS irruí ES
|Wolfe's is the real original Schnapps. Get the real.
|THE PARISH OF GORDON AND HORNSBY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 November 1901 page Article||2014-04-19 01:17||lho palish ot Gordon mill Ilorasbv has lately been
subdivided ni accordance with icsohitious passed at
meetings held m the different ceutros within tho
parish Uiidei the now 'outillions Gordon, in-
cluding tho chinches at Gordon and lurra
inuiiu, will ho served bj a "lccloi and a
curate, and WaluooiiRa and 'Uoiiishv, m
clucbiifr St 1'uiil's, Wiiliioongii, and bl Petci s,
Hornijbv, by tho rectoi lho Rev lî Iii«, mond
Knie; waa lectoi of tho old jiirish anil vv ill probably
continue to adnuni'.tci the Gonlcn distnct, and tho
Hov li Livingston (St rolin fl, MIISOII'H 1'oiut) will
beeome lectoi of this M uhrooiißa llomsbj division
|The parish of Gordon and Hornsby has lately been
subdivided in accordance with resolutions passed at
meetings held in the different centres within the
parish. Under the new conditions Gordon, in-
cluding the churches at Gordon and Turra-
murra, will he served by a rector and a
curate, and Wahroonga and Hornsby, in-
cluding St. Paul's, Wahroonga, and St. Peter's,
Hornsby, by the rector. The Rev. R. Raymond
King was rector of the old parish, and will probably
continue to administer the Gordon district, and the
Rev. R. Livingston (St. John's, Milson's Point) will
become rector of the Wahroonga-Hornsby division.
|NEW ZEALAND. THE ARIADNE [?]ASE. WELLINGTON, Monday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 November 1901 page Article||2014-04-19 01:12||NEW, ZEALAND.
Tlio Supremo Court Judge, in reviewing the evi-
dence ot tho Ariadne case, stated that Captain
Willis, Lloyd's agent, had .perfectly justified liis
paying Mumford £4(10 for information in regard to
the »'recking ol t]ie vessel.
Tho Jlosgioi Woollen Company has declared a 0
per cent, dividend. The directors state that tho
prall tu of lum year »'ill «ho»' a reduction o»*ing to
¡tho fluctuation of tho »-ool niaikct, but tjio outlook
'HIE AlUADNE OASE. ,
The Supreme Court Judge, in reviewing the evi-
dence of the Ariadne case, stated that Captain
Willis, Lloyd's agent, had perfectly justified his
paying Mumford £400 for information in regard to
the wrecking of the vessel.
The Mosgiel Woollen Company has declared a 6
per cent. dividend. The directors state that the
profits of last year will show a reduction owing to
the fluctuation of the wool market, but the outlook
THE ARIADNE CASE.
|TASMANIA. THE GOVERNOR'S LEVEE. HOBART, Monday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 November 1901 page Article||2014-04-19 01:09||' . TASMANIA.
Sir Arthur Havoloek'a lirst loveo to-day was n j
pronounced success. Tho, attendance waa unusually I
largo and thoroughly representative.
THE GOVEliNOR'S LEVEE.
Sir Arthur Havelock's first levee to-day was a
pronounced success. The attendance was unusually
large and thoroughly representative.
THE GOVERNOR'S LEVEE.
|QUEENSLAND. ATTEMPTED HIGHWAY ROBBERY. BRISBANE, Monday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 November 1901 page Article||2014-04-19 01:08||UUËBNSLAND. -
ATTEMPTED HIGHWAY K0PI31Î11Y.
-urnes Buri out, butchci, of Aim-sttect, ULM the
Waterloo 1 lot c1, closed lim business ehorth uftoi 10
p ni onfauturday, ttikmc; i.2ot thu proceeds oi the day's
biiMncisS, m hm trousers poil»xt When about 100
\ arils ilung tho CoinmcrcitiUroad ho wus bailed up
h\ H mau, who eudcavouied tu throltlo lum from
behind Burrows struggled and two othei men then
utt irked him on eithu side, striking lum on tho hoad
uni luce iSurrrtws, half stilled, culled "Murd« '*
J lie wen endui ou rod to rill o his pockuts, but the at-
ti nipt I\ÍIS frustnted b> tin uppi caching tram eui
The raen decamped, lca\mg the \ictun hudlj bruised
Reports fi oin tho country show that to-daj was
gcnuallj ob«ci\ed ns a public iiolidaj bports
gatherings and raco meetings predominated Tho
u^athei Uuoughoutthc Malo MHB flue and pleasant
J.JIL steamer Devon, mth Queensland pioducc and
stock, v>i\\ len o Pinkenba to-morrow for South
lhc Deputy Postnuwlu-General lins teeonga a
WHO Irom JMaijbpiough statiug that tho Itoward
post-of li ce was liuint to tho g t ou ml to da}
ATTEMPTED HIGHWAY ROBBERY.
James Burrows, butcher, of Ann-street, near the
Waterloo Hotel, closed his business shortly after 10
p.m. on Saturday, taking £25, the proceeds of the day's
business, in his trousers pocket. When about 400
yards along the Commercial-road he was bailed up
by a man, who endeavoured to throttle him from
behind. Burrows struggled and two other men then
attacked him on either side, striking him on the head
and face. Burrows, half stifled, called " Murder."
The men endeavoured to rifle his pockets, but the at-
tempt was frustrated by an approaching tram car.
The men decamped, leaving the victim badly bruised.
Reports from the country show that to-day was
generally observed as a public holiday. Sports
gatherings and race meetings predominated. The
weather throughout the State was fine and pleasant.
The steamer Devon, with Queensland produce and
stock, will leave Pinkenba to-morrow for South
The Deputy Postmaster-General has received a
wire from Maryborough stating that the Howard
post-office was burnt to the ground to-day.
|THE GLASGOW EXHIBITION. LONDON, Nov. 10. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 12 November 1901 page Article||2014-04-19 01:00||'THE GLASGOW ISXHIBITJON.
Tlio Glasgow Exhibition, which, hub dosed,
realised ¡i prout of X!S0/J00
There »ere 11,11)0,2(10 usitoro.
|THE GLASGOW EXHIBITION.
The Glasgow Exhibition, which has closed,
realised a profit of £80,000.
There were 11,495,200 visitors.
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