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  2. International Exhibition.

    The amount of wages for the current week was £3000 for about 1000 men. There appears to be some misapprehension about the appointment of watchmen at the Exhibition-building ...

    Article : 492 words
  3. CABLE MESSAGES.

    LONDON, August 22.—Messrs. Brown, financial agents, have issued the new West Australian 4½ per cent loan. The market for Australian debentures continues unchanged. ...

    Article : 34 words
  4. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 492 words
  5. Shipping.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,350 words
  6. Supreme Court.

    In the notion Maiden v. Allcock the jury yesterday afternoon returned a verdict for the defendant. In Luff v. Richardson a verdict for plaintiff for £41 on a promissory note, dated 11th December last, passed for ...

    Article : 39 words
  7. GERMANY AND RUSSIA.

    LONDON, August 21.—An angry polemic has arisen between the German and Russian Press. The latter openly accuses the German Government of employing every means to isolate Russia. ...

    Article : 33 words
  8. SENTENCES UPON NIHILISTS.

    ST. PETERSBURG, August 21.—Repressive measures in Russia continue with unabated vigour, Five Nihilists have been sentenced to death at Odessa, and 22 have been sentenced to ...

    Article : 35 words
  9. City Sewerage Works.

    We understand that the Government have been engaged in considering plans and specification for sewerage works for the city of Sydney, for which £400,000 was voted by Parliament last session, and that tenders for the works may shortly be expected to ...

    Article : 64 words
  10. Notes on Current Events.

    The election for West Bourke, and the close division upon the tariff proposals of the Berry Government., place that Ministry in a very critical position. Mr. Berry has lost the power ...

    Article : 543 words
  11. THE SUEZ MAIL.

    GALLE, August 21.—The R.M.S. Tanjore, with the English mails for Australia, sailed to-day. ...

    Article : 16 words
  12. The Artillerymen at Work.

    The report promulgated by the Trades and Labour Council that members of the Permanent Artillery of N.S.W. were employed by the Government on works at the Heads, at a low rate of wages, to the exclusion ...

    Article : 100 words
  13. OBITUART.

    LONDON, August 21.—The death is announced of Sir Arthur Cotton, the well-known Indian irrigation engineer. ...

    Article : 18 words
  14. THE ZULU WAR.

    LONDON, Friday.—The latest intelligence from the Cape states that Sir Garnet Wolseley arrived at Rorke's Drift on the 8rd, joining the second column under Colonel Baker Russell, ...

    Article : 111 words
  15. Victorian Visitors Accommodated.

    A batch of Victorian visitors, in the shape of liberated gaol birds, who recently arrived here are now all accommodated. Henry Adams, alias Turner, alias Franklin, James Andrews, George Watson, alias ...

    Article : 115 words
  16. LATEST TELEGRAMS.

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—W. T. Savage, late publican at Jamestown, was sentenced to four years' imprisonment yesterday, for concealing on his person £400 while in gaol as an insolvent ...

    Article : 68 words
  17. The Press Boat for the Boat Race.

    Phe Press have unanimously decided on having the commodious and fast steaming Prince of Wales as the Press boat for the forthcoming aquatic event. On previous occasions the members of the Press have ...

    Article : 110 words
  18. Advertising

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    Advertising : 222 words
  19. Insolvency Court.

    Alfred Hunt, of Tamworth, Ponto, near Wellington. Cause of sequestration: Losses as an innkeeper. Liabilities, £107 10s 3d. Assets, £32. Mr. R. H. Sempill, official assignee. ...

    Article : 321 words
  20. Embezzling Public Moneys.

    GUNDAGAI, Saturday.—At the Police Court, yesterday, Jere[?] Sheehan, sheep inspector, arrested on warrant, was committed for trial at the Circuit Court, Wagga Wagga, on three separate charges of ...

    Article : 50 words
  21. Closing of the Domain.

    Instructions have been this morning issued by the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, that that portion of the Domain required for exhibition purposes, shall, on and after to-day, be closed to the public. This step ...

    Article : 123 words
  22. The Conflict in the Brisbane Assembly.

    BRISBANE, Saturday.—The House rose at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon, adjourning until Monday. No further progress was made. There is great excitement at Rockhampton over the stone walling ...

    Article : 66 words
  23. Child Desertion.

    A middle-aged married woman named Sarah Davereaux was charged at the Central Police Court to-day with deserting her female infant. The child, which is about five months old, was found about 8 o'clock ...

    Article : 191 words
  24. The Amyone.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—The ship Amyone has been scuttled, and now lies in 26 feet of water off St. Kilda spit. The wreck will probably be sold by auction for the benefit of all concerned. ...

    Article : 36 words
  25. Murderous Assault by a Larrikin.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—A youth named Samuel Cooke went to the house of Mrs. Burke, a respectable married woman, at Collingwood, and asked for bread. Mrs. Burke proceeded to get ...

    Article : 111 words
  26. A Newspaper at Fault.

    These is hardly s person in the community who has not read and laughed at the letters from Mr. Hanley Bennett, M.P., published in these columns. The Sydney Punch has hit Mr. Hanley off in capital style ...

    Article : 199 words
  27. Mr. Barton and Dr. Renwick.

    The electors of the University have now had the opportunity of hearing full expositions of the political views of the candidates who seek their suffrages,. and this choice is narrowed down by the ...

    Article : 816 words
  28. Pastor Allen on the Pastoral.

    A somewhat sensational lecture was delivered last night on the subject, "Which is the great apostacy, the Church of Rome, or tho public schools," by Pastor Allen, last night in the Protestant Hall. The ...

    Article : 248 words
  29. Supreme Court Business.

    The civil business of the Supreme Court (except the trial of the trespass action, Davenport and another v. Hungerrd), closed yesterday afternoon, as the first day of third term commences on Monday ...

    Article : 108 words
  30. Melbourne Items.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—The fire on board the Anyone in still burning. Owing to the dense volumes of smoke, it is impossible to get at the seat of the fire. Several men who went down have ...

    Article : 259 words
  31. Hydropathio: Mr. Murray, Master Hurray, and Mrs. Murray.

    A scorbutic looking person, named John D. Murray, who had evidently bestowed an extra amount of attention on his toilette, with a view of lending the weight of an exceptional personal appearance to a ...

    Article : 677 words
  32. South Sea Island Massacre.

    The following are further particulars of the massacre of the boat's crew of the trading schooner, Agnes Donald' information of which was telegraphed to us by our Auckland correspondent, a few days ...

    Article : 181 words
  33. Commercial.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 512 words
  34. Important Term Business.

    The third term of the Supreme Court commences on Monday next. The term business is as follows:—Motions, &c.: In re John Sparks, prohibition; in re William Webb and Real Property Act; in re George ...

    Article : 238 words
  35. Extraordinary Action for Assault.

    In the Banco Court, yesterday afternoon, before his Honor Mr. Justice Faucett and a jury of four, there was heard a very peculiar action for assault, brought by John George Clegg, lately ...

    Article : 459 words
  36. The West Bourke Election.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—The poll for West Bourke was the heaviest ever Known in that district. Both sides exerted themselves to the utmost, and each was, up to the last moment, ...

    Article : 70 words
  37. Newcastle Mining Difficulty.

    NEWCASTLE, Saturday.—Mr. Croudace informed the miners' deputation on Thursday night that he would not consent to the eight-hour arrangement. If the men persist a lock-out will ...

    Article : 98 words
  38. Action on a Guarantee.

    The action on a verbal guarantee for £300 and for £323 odd moneys due, brought by Maiden, Hill, and Clark against Thomas Henry Allcock, was tried yesterday before Mr. Justice Faucett, and a jury of four, ...

    Article : 263 words
  39. The South Coast Goldfields.

    NOWRA, Saturday.—The west of Homeward Bound Claim lodged 86oz of gold in the bank here yesterday. This makes upwards of 640oz since February for four men. A good deal of activity ...

    Article : 37 words
  40. Latest from Gympie.

    ONE MILE, Saturday.—There have been some good crushings here: 29 tons for the West Maitland Company's mine yielded 86oz 9dwt of retorted gold. No. 1 North Glanmire got 162oz ...

    Article : 199 words
  41. Abstract of Sales by Auction

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 82 words
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