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  2. Return of the Contingent

    The troopship Arab, conveying the New South Wales Contingent, entered the Heads at about ll o'clock last night, and was placed in quarantine. No communication will be permitted with the troops, who ...

    Article : 373 words

    The official return shows that new deposits received at Post-office Savings' Bank last year amounted to £845,696, repayments £766,964, and interest allowed £38,630. ...

    Article : 65 words

    LONDON, June 17.—"The nomination of Lord Randolph Churchill as Secretary of State for India, in the new Cabinet, has been censured by the Press. Lord Salisbury is also blamed for ...

    Article : 135 words
  5. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 518 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 464 words
  7. The Mails.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 134 words
  8. South Australian News.

    An aboriginal named Sydney has been arrested on his own confession for the murder of Demill, an Indian native, near Angipena station. The Marine Board yesterday morning began an ...

    Article : 94 words
  9. New Zealand Parliament.

    Sir Julius Vogel, the Colonial Treasurer, delivered his Budget speech in the House of Representatives last night. He said that the revenue for the year amounted to £3,500,000, leaving a ...

    Article : 114 words
  10. Abstract of Sales by Auction. ON MONDAY.

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    LONDON, Jane 18.—The following is the list of the new Ministry:— Premier Lord SALISBURY Lord Chancellor Sir HARDINGE GIFFARD ...

    Article : 135 words
  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 920 words
  13. Queensland News.

    Judge Mein and Captain Des Voeux, the Queensland representatives to the reception of the New South Wales Contingent, left for Sydney yesterday. ...

    Article : 79 words
  14. Lectures on "Iron."

    Mr. Foote, lecturer for the Board of Technical Education, delivered two additional lectures on "Iron" during the past week. He strongly urges the introduction of steel manufacture into ...

    Article : 49 words

    The general health of the men is good. There are only twelve cases in the hospital, the most serious being that of Private Perry, who is suffering from enteric fever, and at present lies ...

    Article : 143 words
  16. Russian Railway to Herat.

    ONE of the most important items of the recent mail news appears in the shape of a telegraphic despatch to the New York HERALD, from its Moscow correspondent ...

    Article : 1,066 words
  17. Accession Day.

    The ships of war are all gaily dressed with flags in honor of the anniversary of Queen Victoria's accession to the throne. The royal standard is hoisted at Government House, and at the masts of H.M.S. ...

    Article : 52 words
  18. Council of Advice.

    LONDON, June 17.—Sir W. C. F. Robinson, Governor of South Australia, has published an article in the PALL MALL GAZETTE, in which he opposes Earl Grey's scheme for the formation of ...

    Article : 44 words
  19. Along the Wharves.

    A telegram was posted at the Exchange yesterday afternoon stating that Port Stephens reports a piece of wreckage on Palse Bay Beach, sweep of about 30ft long, stump of the misen mast broken off just above deck, some cabin ...

    Article : 493 words
  20. Grafton Items.

    An elderly man named Cook, lost his way out near Clifden while returning at night from fishing. He was astray for a day and a night, and was found about eight miles from where he was ...

    Article : 86 words
  21. Health Lectures.

    A series of ten lectures, to be given under the auspices of the Home and Training School for Nurses, will be delivered in the School of Arts by various competent lecturers, beginning on Thursday ...

    Article : 54 words
  22. Miss Murray Smith.

    LONDON, Jane 17.—Miss Murray Smith, daughter of Mr. R. Murray Smith, Agent-General for Victoria, is to be married on the 30th instant to Lieutenant Calvert, of the Dragoons. ...

    Article : 34 words
  23. Land and Industrial Alliance.

    Mr. L. F. Heydon, M.L.A., the president of the Land and Industrial Alliance, has issued invitations to all the branches, the free selectors' associations, and farmers' unions to send delegates to a conference ...

    Article : 111 words
  24. Australian Grapes.

    LONDON, June 17.—The grapes which arrived in the Orient Co.'s R.M.S. Garonne, from Australia, have been found to be Worthless. ...

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  25. George Augustus Sala.

    Mr. G. A. Sala arrived by train yesterday, and was met at the railway station by the Mayor, Mr. R. Hyndes, who gave him a hearty welcome on behalf of the townspeople. He was then escorted ...

    Article : 148 words

    Since we left Albany on Saturday we have experienced very rough weather. When the steam steering gear gave way, and the vessel for several minutes was hurled hither and thither by the force of the waves ...

    Article : 123 words
  27. Germany and Australia.

    LONDON, June 18.—Messrs. John Elder and Co. are building three large steamships for the German Lloyd's Association, which are intended for the proposed steam service between Germany ...

    Article : 32 words
  28. The Zoological Society.

    The annual general meeting of the members of the Zoological Society was held on Friday, in the Exchange Hotel, when there were present Dr. G. Bennett in the chair, and Dr. Stanich, Messrs. ...

    Article : 340 words
  29. Queensland Labor Trade.

    LONDON, June 18.—The London TIMES publishes an article upon the Queensland labor trade, and says that the revelations are startling. It expresses the opinion that Britain will never ...

    Article : 44 words
  30. Mining News.

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—A nugget was found on Thursday by Watts and Boursier at Watta'a Gully Goldfield weighing 22oz. It is pronounced to be the best specimen yet found in the colony. In addition ...

    Article : 88 words
  31. Cobborn Corroboree.

    Good day, Massa! You bin yearum nose alongs toldier. That phellow come back alonga Zoodan, an all about whitepbellow been seadem me nuse come up an' makealight big phellow corroboree ...

    Article : 191 words
  32. Auckland Art Gallery.

    LONDON, June 18.—The late Mr. MacKilvie has bequeathed £40,000 to the art gallery in Auckland, New Zealand. ...

    Article : 22 words
  33. Frozen Meat.

    LONDON June 18.—The shipment of frozen mutton received in the R.M.S. Garonne Has been placed on the market. The Victorian meat realised an average price of 5 1/2d, and that shipped ...

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    WAGGA WAGGA, Saturday.—A large cake of retorted gold, weighing 802 6dwt, was brought into town yesterday, from the new reef at Tarcutta, being the result of a crushing of 10 tons of stone from that ...

    Article : 113 words
  35. Commercial.

    FALM PRODUCE.—On the wharves this morning there was a moderate supply of lucerne from the Hunter River, with a quiet demand. Prime green samples sold at from £4 15s to £5 per ton; second ...

    Article : 466 words
  36. Ascot Gold Cap.

    LONDON, June 18.—The race for the Ascot Gold Cup was run for to-day, with, the following result:—The Gold Cap, value 1000 sovs, given from the ...

    Article : 110 words

    PARKES, Saturday.—Mining matters are steady. Messrs. Drummond and party ate crashing a parcel of 80 tons of stone from the Bonnie Dundee fine of reef. Inquiries are being made as to when the work ...

    Article : 163 words
  38. The Tare on Hides.

    A meeting of the hide buyers of Sydney was held on Friday, in the stores of Messrs. J. H. Geddes and Co. About forty gentlemen were present. Mr. Shand was elected chairman, and said that the ...

    Article : 538 words
  39. Carious Way of Fishing.

    In Scotland they have s curious way of fishing which takes the medal for the ease and repose with which it is conducted. The fisherman, we will say, it after pike. Selecting a big goose from his barnyard ...

    Article : 185 words
  40. Commercial News.

    LONDON, June 17.—Consols, 98 1/4. Tin: Straits and Australian, £95 per ton. Wheat Adelaide, 34s; New Zealand—lowest 27s, highest 83s. At the wool sales to-day about 10,700 bales were ...

    Article : 70 words
  41. Pastoral News.

    FORBES, Saturday.—Following have been the stock passings over the Forbes common daring the past week:—1200 wethers from Drougalbie to Marsden, T. Williams owner; 500 rams from Gundagai to ...

    Article : 322 words
  42. A Clock of Another Kind.

    "Want what?" "Want to git me son out sur." "What's he in for" asked the "beak," "murder." "Ah, no, sur, jist dhrunk," and the old lady tried to look very much amused at his Worship's homor. ...

    Article : 145 words
  43. Family Jars.

    "Shure, yer Worship, the spalpean can't tet a draf o' poteen into him but he don't start a callin' me names, I'd wish to tell yer Worship," said Catherine Costello, of "the Rocks," to the magistrate in the ...

    Article : 280 words
  44. The Champion Deadhead.

    The champion deadhead has been unearthed by the London ERA, which vouches for the truth of the following story, At a provisional theatre, shortly after the Glaegow calamity, just before ...

    Article : 128 words



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