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  2. Shipping.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 602 words

    LONDON, August 2.—The match between the Australian cricketers and the Liverpool Club was resumed to-day at Liverpool in the presence of a large number of spectators. Owing ...

    Article : 138 words
  4. Insolvency Court.

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    A meeting of the Licensed Victualtors was held on Wednesday night to consider the disadvantages under which the trade was working with regard to the Licensed Victualler' Act. ...

    Article : 406 words
  6. Plucking Flowers from Graves.

    At the Police Court to-day two ladies were each fined 81 19s 8d in all, for plucking flowers off a grave at the necropotia. The trustees of the ground prosecuted and were represented by ...

    Article : 58 words
  7. Nambueera Cedar Seizures.

    In the Nambuccra cedar seizure cases, the court the sat till 5 o'clock yesterday evening, the third day of Bitting. The Crown withdrew the seizure in three eases of small holders. In ...

    Article : 116 words

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  9. Monetary and Commercial Intelligence.

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  10. Deputations.

    A deputation, consisting of the Mayor of Waterloo (Mr. P. Hogan) and Alderman John Nelson, waited on the Minister for Mines this morning to request that the continuation of Elizabeth-street leading to ...

    Article : 115 words
  11. Abstract of Sales by Auction

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 98 words

    This morning Messrs. Thomas Garrett and J. Kidd, Ms.L.A., introduced a deputation from Picton, consisting of Messrs. Bradbury, Hook, and Bell, to the Hon. the Minister for Works. The deputation ...

    Article : 196 words

    ALEXANDRIA, August 2.—It ia reported that the Bedouins, who are concentrated in considerable force around Ramleh, to-day suddenly surprised a picket of the British troops ...

    Article : 100 words
  14. Advertising

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    Advertising : 284 words
  15. Melbourne News.

    A large deputation from the master Tanners and Curriers' Association waited on the Commissioner of Customs yesterday, and asked for an export duty on bark. A counter deputation ...

    Article : 139 words

    A deputation, introduced by Mr. Carter, M.L.A., and consissing of Messrs. A. A. Cusack, C. Harwood, and N. Powell, waited upon the Hon. F. B. Suttor, Minister for Public Instruction, this morning, in ...

    Article : 139 words
  17. Borough Council Meeting.

    DARLINGTON.—The usual monthly meeting of this Council was held on the 3rd inst. Present, the Mayor (Alderman Hawken), with Aldermen Warren, Prentice, Hargraves, Elvy, and Prentice. Minutes confirmed. An ...

    Article : 1,130 words
  18. Along the Wharves.

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  19. Loyalists Being Shot.

    LONDON, August 2.—It is reported that Arabi Bey is shooting the loyalist natives at Cairo. ...

    Article : 20 words
  20. Notes on Current Events.

    On several-occasions this journal has directed attention to the superior public schools, and proved by statements that have never been replied to, that in hardly a single instance are the ...

    Article : 606 words
  21. Bellicose Arabs.

    ALEXANDRIA, August 2.—In consequence of the threatening attitude of a large body of the Bedouin Arabs, who are massed at Mariout, a short distance from this city, a naval brigade has ...

    Article : 51 words

    This morning, Mr. A. B. Weigall, Captain Broomfield, Messrs. Higgins, King, Hungerford, Dr. Garran and Dr. Brerston, who had been appointed a deputation at a meeting held last Jane, of ...

    Article : 226 words
  23. Attitude of Russia.

    LONDON, August 2.—It is officially announced from St. Petersburg that Russia deprecates the isolated action of England in regard to Egypt, and hopes that England will co-operate with the ...

    Article : 35 words
  24. Queensland Intelligence.

    George Crawford, registrar of the Supreme Court, died last night of consumption, aged 33. He worked his way up in his profession with wonderful energy from a very small beginning. ...

    Article : 274 words
  25. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 138 words
  26. Sir Garnet Wolseley.

    LONDON, August 2.—Sir Garnet Wolseley has started for Egypt, to take command of the British forces. ...

    Article : 21 words
  27. Turkey and Greece.

    LONDON, August 2.—Greek troops have occupied the Turkish, village of Zarta, and an explanation has been demanded by the Porte. ...

    Article : 25 words
  28. The Suez Canal.

    CONSTANTINOPLE, August 2.—The Conference resumed its sittings under the presidency of Count Corti, the Italian Ambassador. A proposal has been submitted on behalf of the Italian ...

    Article : 41 words

    A deputation, consisting of Messrs. Abbott (Mort and Co.), Trebeck, Devlin, and Clark, waited on the Minister for Mines to-day, to request a reduction in the time of quarantine as now performed by sheep ...

    Article : 178 words
  30. Threatening Attitude of [?]

    ALEXANDRIA, August 2.—In consequence of the threatening attitude of a large body of the Bedouin Arabs, who are massed at Mariont, a short distance from this city, a naval brigade has ...

    Article : 56 words
  31. Extension of the City Improvement Act.

    THE action of the representatives of several of the suburban municipalities, who had a preliminary meeting last week for the purpose of considering the desirableness of extending the ...

    Article : 961 words

    SAN FRANCISCO, August 1.—California wheat has advanced to Idol 75c. A sharp rise is expected owing to the uncertain prospects of the British, harvest and the Egyptian difficulty. ...

    Article : 62 words
  33. Newcastle Items.

    At the Newcastle Licensing Court, to-day, Mr. M'Carthy, landlord of the Paragon Hotel, Hunter-street, was fined £7 and 5s 6d costs for selling liquor at 10 minutes after 11 p.m. ...

    Article : 322 words

    Messrs. Fletcher, Lloyd, and Mclville, M.L.A.'S, Wallace, Gardiner, Brown, and Captain O'Sullivan waited upon Sir John Robertson, to ask for a Government subsidy for the Sailors' Home, at ...

    Article : 81 words
  35. The "Freiheit."

    LONDON, August 2.—A sentence of three months; imprisonment has been passed upon another of the parties connected with the "Freiheit" newspaper for the seditious and ...

    Article : 34 words
  36. Alleged Embezzlement.

    A gentlemanly looking young man named Arthur James Fawcett, lately a clerk in the employment of the Mutual Assurance Society of Victoria, Limited, was brought up at the Central Police Court, this ...

    Article : 111 words
  37. Meat by the Sorrento.

    LONDON, August 2.—The bulk of the meat brought by the Sorrento from Australia has been purchased by the Imperial military authorities for provisioning the British army in Egypt, and ...

    Article : 45 words
  38. The Mails.

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  39. Mutton ex S.S. Lusitania.

    LONDON, August 2.—The mutton ex s.s. Lusitania was placed on the Smithfield market to-day, and is said to be of good quality and in good condition. The prices realised averaged ...

    Article : 43 words
  40. An Old Soldier in Trouble.

    Yesterday, by virtue of a warrant, Constable M'Hattie arrested an old man named Arthur Ainsworth on a charge of stealing an inkstand, valued at £2, the property of John Degotardi, of Balmain. ...

    Article : 268 words
  41. Destructive Fire at Newcastle.

    By telegraph we learn that Bourke's produce stores, Honeysuckle Point, Newcastle, were this morning destroyed by fire. Contents uninsured. Damage estimated from £1500 to £2000. The ...

    Article : 36 words
  42. (FROM THE "AGE.")

    LONDON, August 2.—The leading Egyptian residents of Cairo are strong partisans of Arabi Pasha. Some of the native population having shown themselves disaffected to Arabi, they were ...

    Article : 136 words
  43. The Uralla Railway.

    The Hon. Robert Wisdom, who formally opened the Uralla extension of the Great Northern Railway on Wednesday, was fortunate in respect to weather throught the trip of 629 miles, and arrived in ...

    Article : 101 words
  44. Commercial.

    THE position of the import market, if we may judge by the general complaints, cannot be satisfactory to importance. The complaints are not confined to one [?] but to all alike. Importers of hardware, ...

    Article : 168 words
  45. A Land Rush.

    There was a great rush to-day at the Wagga Land Office, owing to the Berambula reserve being thrown open. A great many selections were applied for. About £7500 was taken at the ...

    Article : 38 words
  46. Quarter Sessions.

    The charge against the man Brandt, of attempting to commit a rape upon a woman named O'Connor, at Ashfield, on the 10th of June, broke down, and the prisoner was acquitted. Mary Ann Jones pleaded ...

    Article : 29 words
  47. Death in a Train.

    A young man named Johnson, who was a passenger to Melbourne by the train this [?] ing from Sydney, died between Bowning and South Wagga. An inquest was held to-day at noon. The deceased was suffering from phthisis. ...

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