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  2. The City Council.

    A meeting of the Town Hall Committee of the City Council was held yesterday, when there were present the Mayor (Mr. John Young), and Aldermen Hart, Moore, Palmer, M. Harris, Bryen, Dean, Hardie, J. D. Young, ...

    Article : 460 words
  3. The Police Courts.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 207 words
  4. Sporting.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 183 words
  5. TELEGRAMS.

    A police constable, recently put on active duty, has been dismissed from the force for haying (so it was said) attempted to blackmail Mr. Gallagher, landlord of the National Hotel, Bourke-street. It ...

    Article : 80 words
  6. Armidale Items.

    A man named Richard Fox was admitted into the hospital on Saturday, suffering from injuries received by a heavy log rolling over him at Kirkwood's sawmill. His shoulder was dislocated, and he is much ...

    Article : 63 words
  7. Mudgee Items.

    Mr. Robert Cohen, one of the oldest residents of the Mudgee district, died on Monday. He was close upon 83 years of age, and has left a widow and grown-wp family. The deceased was of the Jewish ...

    Article : 80 words
  8. Supreme Court.

    The principal matter argued was that of Huenerbein v. Gerber, a District Court appeal. The point in question was whether a pianoforte, lent by the plaintiff to a lodger, could be distrained upon for ...

    Article : 196 words
  9. Strike of Laborers.

    The corporation laborers have gone on strike for eight hours. The works committee will meet this afternoon to decide whether it can compel the contractors to give the eight hours. ...

    Article : 35 words
  10. MUDGEE SHEFFIELD HANDICAP.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 458 words
  11. A Peculiar Claim.

    John Exill, contractor, has sued the Goulburn Shire Council for £3000 damages, for injury to his spine, owing to a fall on a badly-made road. Exill crested a scene by singing in court, professing that ...

    Article : 48 words
  12. Lithgow Colliery Disaster.

    LITHGOW, Tuesday.—An inquest into the colliery disaster was opened to-day by Mr. T. H. Neale, district coroner, in the Royal Hotel assembly room. A jury of twelve having been sworn, they proceeded ...

    Article : 748 words
  13. Taree Items.

    Extensive preparations are being made for the Taree show, to be opened to-morrow, and it is fully expected that it will be one of the best ever held in the district, there being no fewer than 830 entries, ...

    Article : 113 words
  14. WATER.

    ANOTHER VICTIM.—An unfortunate seaman, was fined 10s, or fourteen days, for haying "offended against decency in Moore Park." ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE.—William James, 32, ...

    Article : 423 words
  15. The Wardell Tragedy.

    Sub-inspector Garvan, accompanied by Constable Redmond, arrived in this morning's, river boat from Chatsworth with Liddiard and his wife in custody. The prisoners have their children with them, two ...

    Article : 104 words
  16. Alleged Neglect of Duty.

    Mr. Roberts, traffic manager, is this morning prosecuting Lobell, a late employs of the railway, on a charge of neglect of duty in not "scotching" the wheels of the trucks on the loop line at Culcairn, whereby an ...

    Article : 142 words
  17. Insolvency Court.

    Certificates were granted upon the usual terms to the following insolvents;—Thomas Dawson, James Tingle, John Philip Deane, Henry Hilder, Wm. Hutton Taylor, Mayer Mandell, and William ...

    Article : 420 words
  18. Tamworth Items.

    To-night there is to be a public meeting to consider whether Lord Carrington shall be invited here to open the new post-office. The Mayor (Mr. Tribe) will preside, and he is in favor of the project. ...

    Article : 83 words
  19. The Lambton Strike.

    Mr. Shannon, general manager, and Mr. Crondace, local manager of Lambton Colliery, received a deputation yesterday, consisting of Mr. Thos. Caddy, president of the Trades and Labor Council; Mr. Symons, secretary; Mr. Strong, ...

    Article : 1,958 words
  20. CRICKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 127 words
  21. A Railway Accident.

    A sad accident happened here to a girl named Wood on Monday night. It appears that as a goods train was shunting at the Tamworth station at about a quarter to 9 o'clock, a couple of tracks got away ...

    Article : 233 words
  22. Newcastle Coal Trimmers.

    NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.—The fortnightly general meeting of the members of the Newcastle Coal Trimmers Provident Union was held on Monday night in the All Nations Hotel, Bullock Island, where the ...

    Article : 1,401 words
  23. BATHURST TURF CLUB.

    BATHURST, Tuesday.—Much unpleasantness has arisen over the cup given by Mr. L. Lloyd, M.L.A., to the Geranium Race Club, which is new merged into the Bathurst Turf Club. The Cup was recently handed by ...

    Article : 178 words
  24. NEWTOWN.

    A SOLITARY DRUNK.—Harry Rodgers, drunk in King-street, was fined 5s, or twenty-four hours. BATHING.—John Russell, for having bathed within view of Mary-street, Camperdown, was fined 5s, or ...

    Article : 156 words
  25. MEMS.

    Thus our Orange correspondent: The entrances in connection with the annual meeting of the Orange Jockey Club for the Opening Handicap, Railway Handicap, Town Plate, Stewards' Purse, and Orange Jockey Club Handicap will ...

    Article : 232 words
  26. Fatality at Jindera.

    The body of a well-known farmer, named Gottlieb Grosse, was found by some children going to school, at 9 o'clock to-day. Grosse was alive then, but expired soon after he was removed to the house. He ...

    Article : 73 words
  27. Items from Orange.

    The Salvation "Army," which up to the present time has nightly paraded the streets without interception, was, on Monday evening, subjected to the howls and insults of scores of larrikins, who were not ...

    Article : 90 words
  28. NORTH SHORE.

    DRUNKS.—Thomas Kirby, 66, a stonemason, charged with drunkenness in Berry-street, was fined 5s, or imprisonment until the rising of the court. Catherine Flaville, 45, a married woman, was fined ...

    Article : 436 words
  29. District Court.

    PHILLIPS V. ANDERSON.—Mr. Asher Phillips, of Annandale, sued Mr. Chas. Anderson, coachbuilder, near Messrs. Toohey's brewery, Elizabeth-street, for £18 10s for buggy fixtures, &c. supplied. Judgment ...

    Article : 166 words
  30. Mistaking the Man.

    In District Court yesterday Dr. G. H. M'Sweeney, of Petersham, sued Messrs. Brown and Co., local auctioneers, for £20, the value of a horse alleged to have been intrusted to the defendants for the purpose ...

    Article : 209 words
  31. Mining.

    A general meeting of the Silver King Mining Co. was held on Monday in Tattersall's-buildings. Mr. F. C. Griffiths presided. The report and balance-sheet, which were adopted, showed £9496 at the ...

    Article : 127 words
  32. Walgett Items.

    The coronet has received a telegram notifying that on Sunday morning a fixe occurred at Angledool station, the property of the late Mr. H. Newcomen. Two buildings with their contents were destroyed. ...

    Article : 72 words
  33. Newcastle Items.

    The export of coal for the week was about 26,000 tons. The Regent Murray arrived from London on Monday afternoon, one hundred and six days out. ...

    Article : 260 words
  34. RAVENSWOOD SILVER MINE.

    The seventh half-yearly meeting of the Ravenswood Silver-mining Company was held on Tuesday, February 16—Mr. Russell Barton presided. The report and the balance-sheet were adopted. It was ...

    Article : 174 words
  35. Another Tramway.

    The Cabinet had before it yesterday the question of making a tramway line from the Darling Harbor goods station to the meat market at Ultimo, and agreed to the construction of the line. ...

    Article : 35 words
  36. Oyster Gatherers.

    In the summons division of the Water Police Court yesterday, the Inspector of Fisheries at Hawkesbury River appeared against Sidney Cole, William Cole, and James William Cole, on a charge of having ...

    Article : 135 words
  37. Sadden Death.

    A woman named Julia Hawkins, 28, residing in Palmer-street, died suddenly yesterday. She had been ailing for some time, and on Saturday she became worse and took to her bed. Tuesday morning, when ...

    Article : 53 words
  38. The New Members.

    The "new members' party" met in the Parliamentary Buildings yesterday afternoon. Considerable discussion took place, mainly in consequence of a number of gentlemen whom the Opposition had ...

    Article : 67 words
  39. THE STRIKE LEVY.

    At a meeting of the Miners' Executive, held at the Swan with Two Necks Hotel on Tuesday, it was decided to reduce the strike levy now made upon the Hunter River miners from 3s to 2s per fortnight. ...

    Article : 160 words
  40. Central Licensing Court.

    In the Central Licensing Court on Tuesday, before Messrs. Johnson and Fisher, S.Ms., and Macintosh, J.P., transfers of licences were granted in the following cases: John Henry little to William ...

    Article : 351 words
  41. Prince Alfred Hospital.

    Cases attended to date:—Feb. 13: James Junn, 16, laborer, from Surry Hills, with a cut hand from sharpening tools on a grindstone; attended and sent home. William Welsh, 16, laborer, from Cook ...

    Article : 384 words
  42. Armidale Items.

    The case against Mr. J. T. M'Kinlay, publican, charged with having kept a bagatelle table without a licence, was brought on again to-day. Six magistrates were on the bench, and the majority decided ...

    Article : 72 words
  43. Electroplating Corpses.

    A new method of disposing of the human body after death has been proposed by M. Kergovatz, a chemist of Brest. His system is an antiseptic one, said to be much simpler and less expensive than the ...

    Article : 160 words
  44. Advertising

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    Advertising : 323 words
  45. Glen Innes Items.

    The Furracabad homestead, the property of the Haymarket Land and Building Company, comprising 1270 acres of purchased land, was sold privately [?] Mrs. Gunn, of Clareyaulx, at £6 per acre. The ...

    Article : 55 words
  46. Advertising

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    Advertising : 245 words
  47. Maitland Items.

    [?]n aged woman named Mrs. Jackson had one of her [?] broken in Maitland on Monday very simply. She was [?]ning after a fowl in her yard, when her foot [?]isted under her, causing her to fall. The sufferer ...

    Article : 90 words
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