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  2. The Austral Shipment of Meat.

    LONDON, September 16.-The Anstral's shipment of meat averaged 6 1/2d per lb; some to-day sold at 7 1/2d. ...

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  3. THE WAR IN EGYPT.

    The British cavalry entered Cairo last night, after a rapid match from Belbeis. The native garrison was completely taken by surprise at the sudden appearance of the British, and ...

    Article : 162 words
  4. Shipping.

    Birksgate, steamer, 1143 tons, Captain A. M'Kenzie, from Port Adelaide September 14. Passengers-Mesdamea C. Brandis and 4 children, Brennan, Walker and 4 children, Cain and child, Cole, Hamilton, Edmonds and 2 children ...

    Article : 372 words
  5. Amusements.

    THE OPERA.-There was a crowded house at the Opera House on Saturday, on which occasion "Trovatore" was performed by the Montague-Turner Opera Company. The role of Manrico was ...

    Article : 761 words
  6. The S.S. Austral.

    PLYMOUTH, September 16.-The Orient Company's s.s. Austral left hew to-day with a full passenger and cargo list. ...

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  7. Gundagai Quarter Sessions.

    At the Quarter Sessions to-day, before his Honor Judge Dowling, a man named Brown was convicted of stealing a saddle, value £2. There being a previous conviction, the judge sentenced ...

    Article : 81 words
  8. Anglo-Australian Cricket.

    [The following appeared in our Second Edition yesterday.] LONDON, Saturday.-The match between the Australian Eleven and the United North, at ...

    Article : 72 words
  9. Newcastle Items.

    The Glebe miners will hold a meeting to-night to consider a recent decision of the district against their striking. The barque Eure, which arrived to-day direct ...

    Article : 118 words
  10. The San Francisco Mail.

    The following items of commercial intelligence have been brought by the Pacific mail steamer City of Sydney. ...

    Article : 120 words
  11. Along the Wharves.

    Fort Denison, September 19.-High water 12.1 p.m. LONDON, September 16.-The Midlothian, ship, 1085 tons loading at London for Adelaide, caught fire in the decks. The fire was extinguished promptly, and before serious ...

    Article : 1,137 words
  12. Railway Agitation at Denman.

    An influential meeting was held at the Royal Hotel on Saturday to discuss the expediency of petitioning the Government to construct a branch line of railway from Muswellbrook to Caesilis ...

    Article : 106 words
  13. (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.)

    Orders have been given to the whole of the British, land forces now operating in Egypt, to proceed to Cairo. The troops under command of Sir Evelyn ...

    Article : 337 words
  14. LATEST TELEGRAMS.

    R.M.S. Rohilla reached Glenelg this morning. The Rifle Volunteer Force brought its annual meeting to a conclusion on Saturday after a week's good shooting. ...

    Article : 278 words
  15. Menindie Items.

    46,000 sheep crossed here last week for South Australia, and more are expected to-morrow for the same colony. They will travel through the Barrier. ...

    Article : 115 words
  16. Advertising

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    Advertising : 467 words
  17. Rifle Match at Newcastle.

    Last Saturday the Volunteer Artillery Rifle Club shot a match with the No. 5 Battery, V.A., at the Stockton range, Newcastle. The V.A.R.C team scored 378 points, and their opponents 339. ...

    Article : 49 words
  18. Rain and River Observations.

    It will be seen from the following extract from the Melbourne "Argus" that the observations of the New South Wales Government Astronomer on the subject of rainfall has been attracting ...

    Article : 997 words
  19. The Wagonga Accident.

    The body of William Clarke, the last of the three men who were drowned at Wagonga some weeks ago, has been found on the shore at Wagonga. The corpse was greatly disfigured ...

    Article : 45 words
  20. Late Queensland News.

    Mr. Randall, sugar planter near Brisbane, had his arm crushed in the mill rollers on Friday. It was found necessary to amputate the limb at the elbow. ...

    Article : 239 words
  21. Later Intelligence.

    Arabi Pasha now states that he was compelled to fight against his will. ...

    Article : 30 words
  22. Newcastle Coal Export.

    The following was the coal export during the week:-A.A. Company, 4235; Wallsend, 12,026; Co-operative, 3945; Lambton, 6054; J. and A. Brown's, 3443; Hartley, 500; Newcastle C. ...

    Article : 102 words
  23. The British Troops.

    The Khedive of Egypt is to review the British, forces at Cairo. ...

    Article : 19 words
  24. The Indian Troops.

    It has been arranged that the Indian regiments shall embark for India on the 1st proximo. ...

    Article : 22 words
  25. Supposed Suicide at Junee.

    An inquest was held at Junee Reefs yesterday upon the body of Thomas Giles, who is believed to have poisoned himself. The evidence pointed to the conclusion that he had taken a strong dose ...

    Article : 121 words
  26. A New Indian Loan.

    An Indian loan of two and a-half millions is to be floated, to defray the expenses of the Indian contingent of the British forces in Egypt. ...

    Article : 34 words
  27. Kendall Fund at Wagga Wagga.

    The Mayor has convened a meeting in accordance with a requisition, for Thursday, to aid the central committee of the Kendall Relief Fund, by initiating a canvas for subscriptions here. ...

    Article : 38 words
  28. A Married Couple Burnt to Death.

    A very old couple, named Higgins, were burnt to ashes last night in their hut, situated upon Statham's farm. Their remains were found this morning. ...

    Article : 33 words
  29. CABLE MESSAGES.

    LONDON, September 18.-It is considered probable that Mr. I. D. Walker, of Middlesex county, will replace Mr. M. P. Lucas in the Hon. Ivo Bligh's cricketing team, which is about to ...

    Article : 48 words
  30. Victorian News.

    Another meeting of the committee of New South Wales stockowners, which was formed to discuss the New South Wales Rabbit Bill, took place yesterday. As it had been ascertained that ...

    Article : 507 words
  31. Newcastle Items.

    The comet was distinctly visible all the morning, although, the sun was shining brightly. The weather is hot and summerlike. There is nothing fresh to report from the mines ...

    Article : 62 words
  32. A.A. Company's Estate.

    MR. GREGSON, the general superintendent of the A. A. Company, was, no doubt, acting in the interests of the company when he employed counsel to appear at the bar of the House the other day ...

    Article : 1,933 words
  33. Commercial.

    The news in the morning's papers that the incoming San Francisco mail steamer has 7600 cases 1lb salmon for the colonies most dispel the last lingering ideas of the truthfulness of the American ...

    Article : 1,126 words
  34. Small-pox on the Garonne.

    LONDON, September 17.-The second engineer of the steamer-Garonne has been suffering from a mild attack of small-pox, but has recovered, and the vessel, has received pratique at ...

    Article : 34 words
  35. Insolvency Court.

    Arthur Walter Nicholls, of Junction-street, Forest Lodge, plumber and gasfitter. Liabilities, £540 4s 11d; assets, £46 1s. Mr. E. M. Stephen, official assignee. ...

    Article : 46 words
  36. The Lornes.

    LONDON, September 17.-The Marquis and Marchioness of Lorne sailed from San Francises for British Colombia on Saturday. ...

    Article : 19 words
  37. A New-Agitation in Ireland.

    LONDON, September 17.-A conference is to be held in Dublin in October, with the object of establishing an agitation in advocacy of Irish interests, without having-recourse to criminal ...

    Article : 36 words
  38. The Cost of the Wolverene.

    Mr. W. J. Trickett, member for Woollahra, recentle asked a question in the Assembly with regard to the cost of taking over the Wolverene. The answer, being voluminous, was given in the form of a ...

    Article : 299 words
  39. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.]

    NEW YORK, September 16.-The rifle contest to-day between the English and Americans act Creedmoor resulted in a victory for the English. ...

    Article : 26 words
  40. Homeward Mails per Ravenna.

    COLOMBO, September 17.-The homeward Australian mails per Ravenna, which, left Sydney August 11, arrived here on the 3rd instant. ...

    Article : 22 words
  41. Outward Mails per Verona.

    COLOMBO, September 17.-The outward mails per Verona left here this evening. ...

    Article : 17 words
  42. Death of Dr. Pusey.

    LONDON, Saturday.-The Rev. Dr. Pusey, who has been ill some days is rapidly sinking. London, Saturday, later.-Dr. Pusey, died to-day, aged 82. ...

    Article : 27 words
  43. S.S. Garonne.

    LONDON, September 16.-The Orient Steam Navigation Company's s.s. Garonne, which left Sydney on July 17, for London, via the Cape of Good Hope, arrived at Plymouth this morning. ...

    Article : 29 words
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