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    Owing to the fact that all the other European Powers are fully prepared for war, and the possibility of further European complications, the English Government have resolved, at a Cabinet ...

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  5. Football.

    THE second game between the above clubs was played on the Albert Ground yesterday afternoon, the game played being under the Melbourne rules and the players 20a side. There was not such a good ...

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  6. The City Finances in a Muddle.

    THE following letter has been addressed by the Town Clerk to the Finances Committee of the City Council:— ...

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    In answer to Questions, Ministers replied as follows"—(1)The Government had applied to the Queensland Government to suspend clauses 43 and 45 of their Diseases in Sheep Act of 1867, and no objection would be made to steps what steps ...

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  8. [Copy] Town Clerk's Office.

    Sir,— [?] the Finance Committee, statement of the probable receipts and expenditure in connection at the City Fund for this present year. ...

    Article : 311 words
  9. Family Notices

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    The Russians, by their movements in Nikopolis, Listova, and Rustchuk, on the Danube, having successfully drawn off the turks from their positions near Galatz, a Russian contingent of 6000 ...

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  12. Cost of a Marriage.

    A couple were married in the Southern district a short time since, and the cost of the ceremony is thus described and commented upon by a correspondent of the BURRANGONG ARGUS:—The officiating minister, ...

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    Prince Gortschak off has forwarded another despatch, in which he now states that Russia does not intend to acquire possession of Constantinople. ...

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  14. MAITLAND, Tuesday, 9.30 a.m.

    The committee of the Northern Jockey Club have fixed and advertised the dates of their Spring Meeting for the 18th and 19th September next. BRISBANE, Monday, 6.15 p.m. ...

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    In the light of previous communications between England and Russia, the information received here yesterday of the despatch addressed by Prince ?ortschakoff to the British Ministry bears a ...

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  16. A New Lead at Parkes.

    Some little excitement was caused at the Tichborne (says the PARKES GAZETTE), on account of good prospects having been found by Gazely and party in No. 10 claim. It appears that they Bank a shaft at ...

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  17. NEWCASTLE, Monday.

    The case of the Inspector of Colleries v. Manager of the A.A. Company's mine, for breach of the Coal Mines Regulation, was called on at the Police Court to-day, and was postponed until ...

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    The vote of £10,000, winch was due from the Government to the City Corporation some time ago, but which, through some oversight, was allowed to lapse, was proposed in the Assembly last night and ...

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  19. Mr. Coates in England.

    By the last mail a letter was received from Mr. Joseph Coates, who, it will be remembered, left this colony on a European tour in December last. At the time of writing, Mr. Coates had been Borne time in ...

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  20. Wreck of the Lubra.

    Regarding the wreck of the above vessel the WARRNAMBOOL STANDARD says:— "The vessel arrived off Warrnambool at half-past 3 on MOnday morning, there being a heavy swell on, but the weather being ...

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    DANGEROUS PRACTICE.—As the 5 o'clock p.m. train left Blacktown on Friday last, the engine-driver felt several shocks as if the wheels were being shifted from off the rails, and on ascertaining the cause he found a quantity of ballast ...

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  22. A Youthful Stowaway.

    When the detectives were on the look out for stow-aways in the ship Northumberland, at Williamstown, on Thursday, says the Melbourne Herald, they succeeded in tracing five—they found a small boy, aged ...

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    No business has been reported this morning, and doubtless trade will continue as dull as at present until the month has closed. Letters from the country districts do not cover any important orders. Mail ...

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  24. Stock and Share Market.

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  25. Latest from Charters Towers.

    The crushing last weak afford proof not only of the richess of old established liens of reef, bat of probable development of country. The North Australian No. 3 crushed from 985 tons 2986oz 13dwt ...

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  26. The Sydney Stock Market.

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  27. Arrival of American Immigrants.

    The American barque Sira Nevada, from New York, arrived this afternoon with American immigrants, comprising 113 males, 24 females, 16b children, making a total of 153 souls. ...

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  28. The Foundering of the Peri.

    The schooner, Sea Rip, which arrived here on Tuesday (says the MARYBOROUGH CHRONICLE) brought to port the crew of the schooner Peri, which vessel had foundered and sunk off Double island Point. ...

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  29. Visit of the Hydraulic Engineer to the Hunter.

    Mr. Clark the Hydraulic Engineer, left Sydney last night for the Hunter. It is understood that, although Mr Clark's visit will be of short duration, he yet will have ample time to advise on the questions ...

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  30. Latest from Tahiti.

    The English ship Beulah put in this port last month with a mutinous crew. She remained iu port some time, got a new crew and was again ready for sea. The pilot was on board, but owing to the stronge ...

    Article : 446 words
  31. Fires.

    Shortly before 12 o'clock last night the watchman employed by the [?]awarra Steam Navigation Company discovered a fire burning in the storeroom over the main offices on the Company's wharf, near ...

    Article : 351 words
  32. St. John's C.E. School, Darlinghurst.

    On the occasion of the "breaking up" of this school, for the midwinter vacation, on Thursday last, several of the principal parishioners attended and were much gratified to learn from the incumbent, the Rev. ...

    Article : 343 words
  33. Government Gazette.

    The following notifications appear in to-day's Gazette:—TRUSTEES.—Hugh Tavlor, Esq., J.P., to be a trustee of the Parramatta Park, vice Mr. George Oakes, who is absent from the colony. Messrs. George Phillip Morse, Charles Ralph ...

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