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  2. Attempted Suicide at Manly.

    A woman named Salina Beard attempted to commit suicide in her residence in Whistler-street, Manly, by cutting her throat, at about noon Thursday. She was attended by Dr. Tibbits, of Manly, and afterward ...

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  3. The Prospect Camp.

    The largest sod most unanimous meeting ever held at Prospect took place on the night of February 24, in front of the post-office, for the purpose of forming a vigilance committee to take charge of the sanitary ...

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  4. SPORTING.

    The English cricketers left Sydney on Wednesday evening for Narrabri, where they were to meet 22 of that district to-day and to-morrow. Great preparations were made in Narrabri for the entertainment of the visitors. A ...

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  5. Queanbeyan Land Court.

    A land court was held on Wednesday and to—day, but no confidence is placed in it. ...

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  6. The War Fever In Victoria.

    Much has been made of the natural rivalry between the two enterprising colonies of New South Wales and Victoria; and this has been exaggerated to such an extent by partisan writers and politicians that ...

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  7. CABLEGRAMS.

    LONDON, February 25.—Further official dispatches have been presented to Parliament to-day, in connection with, the recent annexation of New Guinea and the West Pacific. These ...

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  8. Railway Collision in Victoria.

    A collision occurred between a Sydney passenger train and a goods train in Wandong, near Kilmore, this morning. The passenger train had pulled up at the station to wait for the goods train to pass ...

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  9. Sunday Observance Act.

    Henry Soptimus Badgery, M.L.A., of the firm of Pitt, Son, and Badgery, was charged by sub-Inspector. Larkins, in Newtown Police Court on Thursday with having exercised his worldly calling as a drover on ...

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  10. THE VICTORIAN CLUB.—£5000 DAMAGES.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—A writ has been issued to the instance of Mr. Louis Barnard against the committee of the Victorian Club, for having expelled him from the membership. Barnard was fined £50 in connection with the ...

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  11. FLEMINGTON TRAINING NOTES.

    For training on the Flemington course the weather this morning was grand. Commotion, with Power up, did a serviceable two-miles' gallop on the sand in 2min 40sec, and pulled up in great heart. Fryingpan likewise did a fast ...

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  12. Servants' Wages.

    Jane Lithgow has sued an executor of the will of the late Dr. Elmes, of Lillydale, for £235 as wages due to heras general servant. It appears that nine years ago Lithgow did the general household ...

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  13. The Small-pox.

    Something like a small-pox scare exists in Bathurst. Instructions came to the police last night from Sydney to moke a search fox a passenger who arrived in Sydney in the Ringarooma, ...

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  14. Commercial News.

    LONDON, February 25.—3½ per cent. New South Wales inscribed stock, £94; 4, per cent. Queensland inscribed stock, £101; 4 per cent. South Australian inscribed stock, £103; 5 per cent. ...

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  15. Sydney Chamber of Commerce.

    The annual meeting of the committee and members of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce was held in the Exchange on Thursday. There was a large attendance of members. Following are the names of the ...

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  16. A Haunted House.

    Lady (looking' over a house in Woollahr she was. desirous of renting) to caretaker: "Who lived ir this house last?" Caretaker: "Agentleman, mum." ...

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  17. LATEST MELBOURNE BETTING.

    Although a great number of bookmakers and the betting public assembled in Bowe's lounge during the luncheon hour, there was little business doing on the public are waiting until the ...

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  18. QUARANTINING IN QUEENSLAND.

    The Ly-ee-Moon arrived in the bay this morning, bat was stopped, as it had been ascertained that a passenger from the Ringarooma was on board. The Government steamer Kate was ...

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  19. The Mails.

    SUEZ, February 25.—The British-India Co.'s R.M.S. Merkara left to-day. ...

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  20. An Aldermanic Squabble.

    E. Lewis Scott was charged in the Newtown Police Court, yesterday, with having made use of insulting language, calculated to cause a breach of the peace, to W. C. Neal, assayer and bullion clerk in the Bank ...

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  21. TELEGRAMS.

    The Swedish barque Luna, which stranded on Cliffy Island, was sold at auction to-day for £6. Mr. Flie, her captain, bought the vessel. ...

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  22. SYDNEY VESSELS QUARANTINED.

    At a meeting of the Central Board of Health it has been decided to quarantine all vessels from Sydney in consequence of the recent case of small-pox. ...

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  23. Fire in Gawler.

    A fire occurred in Gawler to-day. The office of the GAWLER BUNYIP was destroyed. The machinery, and a large quantity of new type and stationery were consumed. Mr. Rebbick's ...

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  24. The Soudan Expedition.

    BATHURST, Thursday.—The Patriotic Fund, up to Wednesday, exceeded £544. A house-to-house colelction was begun to-day. ...

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  25. LATEST MELBOURNE SCRATCHINGS.

    Following are the latest scratchings:— Newmarket Handicap:Minerva, Ironmaster, Claptrap. Australian Cup: Prometheus. Great success has attended the formation of the ...

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  26. Municipal Estimates.

    At tie finance committee meeting of the Sydney Municipal Council yesterday, the town clerk submitted tire probable receipts and expenditure for the year 1885 in connection with the city fund. Although ...

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  27. South Australian News.

    The Minister of Justice is improving in health, bat will not resume his duties for some days. Resolutions will be submitted to-morrow night re the dearth of employment, and it will be urged ...

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  28. A REQUEST REFUSED

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—Several superior officers of the militia waited upon the Minister of Defence on Wednesday, and asked that a special train might convey them to Sydney in order to witness the ...

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  29. Insolvency Court.

    Thomas Ambrose Godson and Joseph John Newsom, lately carrying on business under the style and firm of Godson and Newsom, of Forbes, drapers, now out of business: Liabilities, £2119 9s 6d; assets, £2. ...

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  30. Stock, and Station Reports.

    GEO. MAIDEN (FOR R. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO., LIMITED).—Fat Cattle: Only 1023 head have passed under the hammer during the past week, of which number 632 were brought together for Monday's competition. There was but a ...

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  31. THE MOUNTED POLICE.

    WAGGA WAGGA, Thursday.—On Wednesday eight of the mounted police, who axe under orders to proceed to Sydney to assist in the demonstration on the occasion of the departure of the troops for Egypt, ...

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  32. Watching a Publican.

    Samuel Tillman, landlord of the Carlisle Castle Hotel, was charged in the Newtown Police Court with having assaulted John B. Smith. It appeared that the prosecutor and four friends were sitting on ...

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  33. Poor Fred Marshall.

    Fred Marshall, the comedian, who has been staying in this colony for some time, was a passenger in the ship Barossa, for London, on Tuesday. The hopes of his friends that he would ...

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  34. Divorce Court.

    ALLEN V. ALLEN.—The hearing of this divorce case was continued on Thursday, before Mr. Justice Windeyer. The petitioner Richard Allen, sought for a dissolution of his marriage with the respondent, Ellen ...

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  35. FREE RAILWAY PASSES.

    BATHURST, Thursday.—Mr. Suttor, member for Bathurst, has obtained free return passes for the wives of the Bathurst contingent, so that they may visit Sydney and see their husbands off to the war. ...

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  36. Alleged Indecent Assault.

    Percy Atkinson was brought up again to-day. After having heard Dr. Rowley's evidence, which, proved that the child is suffering from injuries such as would have been caused by the assault ...

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  37. NEW ZEALAND PRESERVED MEAT.

    AUCKLAND, Wednesday.—To-day the Auckland Frozen Meat Company shipped 1785 cases of preserved meats for Sydney. These have been ordered by the Government for transport with the Soudan ...

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  38. Burwood BoroUgh Council.

    A. meeting Of the Burwood Borough Council was. held last night, when there were present the Mayor (Mr. E. Sanders), and Aldermen Keen, Meares, Wilshire, O'Connell, Brown, and Hall. The tender of ...

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  39. New Guinea Exploration.

    The Victorian branch of the Geographical Society has evidently arrived at the conclusion that if Australia is to claim any share of the honour in the exploration of the Great Island, it will not be gained ...

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  40. Newtown Industrial Hall.

    A meeting called for the purpose of opening a new Industrial Hall, in Angel-street, Newtown, was held on Wednesday night. Mr. Hoilebone occupied the chair, and in a brief address introduced ...

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  41. A Curious Case.

    A Mrs. Beattie, of Gundurimba, was fined 20s (without costs), on Wednesday, by the Lismore Bench, for having "exposed" 15 bottles of spirits. It appeals that under her late husband's will, she ...

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  42. A Maintenance Order.

    In the police court to-day, Wm. Coates was ordered to pay the sum of 25s a week toward the support of his five little children. Mr. Taylor commented strongly upon the defendant's ...

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  43. The Rutlandshire Again!

    William Come was charged before Mr. Addison, in North Shore Police Court, on Thursday, with having maliciously wounded Richard Croaker, on hoard the Rutiandshire Mr. Thomas appeared on behalf of ...

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  44. Grafton Water Supply.

    A large number of ratepayers attended the Grafton Borough Council meeting, which was held on Wednesday. During the course of the deliberations it was found that the water scheme, ...

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  45. Sydney Quarter Sessions.

    The Metropolitan Court of Quarter Sessions was continued on Thursday before Judge Dowling. Mr. C. A. Irving appeared on behalf of the Crown. JURORS FINED. ...

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  46. Sadden Death.

    An inquest woe held yesterday in the White Hart Hotel, by Mr. Shiell, J.P., city coroner, into the circumstanoes connected with the death of a woman named Mrs. Marion Footer, who expired on ...

    Article : 291 words
  47. Water Police Court.

    Mr. L. Yates, D.S.M., dealt with offenders in the charge court in the Water Police Court on Thursday. Alfred Lealie, 16 years of age, was ordered to be imprisoned until 6 p.m., on a charge of ...

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  48. Bathurst Items.

    Hospital Saturday and Sunday will be inaugurated this week. Nearly all denominations will join In the work. Thunderstorms are the order of the day. A ...

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  49. Chizlett Memorial.

    A final meeting of the committee and subscribers in connection with the Chizlett Memorial fund was held in the Protestant Hall on Wednesday night. The balance-sheet showed that £50 had been ...

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  50. Serious Cart Accident.

    About three weeks ago, during a storm, the wife and step daughter of Mr. George Jeffreys, a farmer, residing in Yarragundry, were thrown from a cart. The former had her left arm and ...

    Article : 41 words
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