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  2. Shipping.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 812 words
  3. Parramatta Items.

    Alderman Hugh Taylor's proposal for the resumption of the local Gas Works by the Parrammatta Borough Council, meets with general public approval. ...

    Article : 54 words

    LONDON, June 4.—Having regard to the further promises which were lately made by Mr. C. S. Parnell, M.P., and in consequence of the return of a Home Ruler for Monaghan at the ...

    Article : 70 words
  5. Coonamble News.

    There was great consternation in town this morning when it was found that one of the hotels had been completely ransacked daring the early hours, by the order of the mortgagee. The ...

    Article : 68 words

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  7. Yass Items.

    Much dissatisfaction is expressed in Yass at the suspension of the work in connection with the new post and telegraph offices. Mr. L. F. Heydon, the member for this district, ...

    Article : 49 words
  8. Albury Items.

    Five hundred stud sheep reached the Murray, to-day, from Messrs. Dowling and Sons' station, Victoria, en route for Queensland. They will cross to-morrow. ...

    Article : 76 words
  9. A National Navy.

    LONDON, July 5.—Sir Julius Vogel, in a letter to the "Times," urges the colonies to contribute toward a national navy for the occupation of the islands of the South Pacific Ocean. ...

    Article : 36 words
  10. Grafton Items.

    Mr. Archibald Forbes has arrived in the City of Grafton. It is rumoured that a public meeting is to be called to consider the case of Eleanor ...

    Article : 79 words
  11. France and China.

    LONDON, July 5.—The rumour that an agreement has been effected between the Chinese viceroy and the representatives of France in regard to the Tonquin difficulty is unfounded. ...

    Article : 33 words
  12. Attempted Rape at Newcastle.

    A black fellow named Davis was committed for trial to-day on a charge of having attempted to commit rape upon a girl named Mary Jane Walton, at Reay's Commercial Hotel. The ...

    Article : 51 words
  13. Afghan Affairs.

    LONDON, July 5.—The Shinwarris, a rebel tribe in the mountains of Afghanistan, who are menacing the safety of the Ameer, have captured a convoy of provisions and munitions of war. ...

    Article : 34 words
  14. Albury Items.

    The total rainfall at Albury during the past week was 95 points. The Murray is 5ft over the summer level, and rising rapidly. Several mobs of fat cattle are approaching the ...

    Article : 234 words

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  16. The King of Saxony.

    LONDON, July 5.—The King of Saxony had a narrow escape from death while ascending a lift in a factory which he was visiting. A member of his suite was killed. ...

    Article : 36 words
  17. Maitland News.

    The first of a series of winter lectures, arranged for by the committee of the West Maitland Schol of Arts, was given last evening by Mr. W. Brings. The subject was, "Reminiscences of my ...

    Article : 93 words

    In the import market to-day there was a good demand both from the country and locally. There are promises of more activity. Small parcels are numerous, and stocks are reduced. Distributing ...

    Article : 661 words
  19. A Balloon Excursion.

    LONDON, July 5.—Two gentlemen have crossed the English Channel in a balloon. They started from Belgium, and landed in Kent. ...

    Article : 24 words
  20. The Sunderland Catastrophe.

    LONDON, July 5.—At the adjourned inquest held at Sunderland to-day with respect to the cause of the loss of 200 lives at the Victoria Hall recently, the jury were unable to decide who ...

    Article : 59 words
  21. Tram Accident.

    Yesterday John Rowen, a fireman on one of the Woollahra trams, who resides at 335, Cleveland-street, while unstripping the cow-catcher from one of the motors at the yard of the Bridge-street terminus, ...

    Article : 58 words
  22. The Daphne Disaster.

    LONDON, July 4.—The number of deaths from the capsising of the steamship Daphne on the river Clyde is greater than was at first supposed. It is now known that 150 persons have been ...

    Article : 66 words
  23. A Ruffian Punished.

    This was Murray v. Smith, who attended the Mercantile Bowing Club Ball, held on June 21, and in the presence of some ladies and gentlemen, uttered a number of filthy and obscene remarks. Mr. Murray, ...

    Article : 113 words
  24. Along the Wharves.

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  25. The Cholera in Egypt.

    ALEXANDRIA, July 4.—Reports have been received from various parts of the country to the effect that in spite of the stringent measures which have been taken to subdue the ...

    Article : 70 words
  26. Tamworth News.

    Judge Murray finished the work of the Tamworth quarter sessions this morning. Thomas Martin, for having obtained money by false pretences, was sentenced to 18 months' hard labour. ...

    Article : 118 words
  27. The Ship George Roper.

    By telegram posted in the Exchange this morning we learn that the ship George Roper, which went ashore off Point Lonsdale on Tuesday night, is likely to become a total wreck. There was 8ft of water in ...

    Article : 94 words
  28. Frozen Meat.

    LONDON, July 4.—The cargo of 7840 carcases of frozen mutton in the steamer Fenstanton, which sailed from Port Chalmers, N.Z., on May 10, has been examined here and found to be in good condition. ...

    Article : 38 words
  29. A Child Drowned.

    About 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon a little boy named Henry Herrenschmidt. junr., eight years of age, was found drowned in a waterhole near the chemical works of hie father. Henry Herrenschmidt, ...

    Article : 145 words
  30. The Postal Union.

    LONDON, July 5.—The Agents-General of the various Australian colonies had an interview with the postal committee of the London Chamber of Commerce yesterday, to explain the action, ...

    Article : 98 words
  31. Messrs. Young and Roberts.

    Messrs. Young and Roberts, Ms.L.A., addressed the electors at the School of arts, Cundletown, last night. They gave a brief resume of their career in Parliament, and touched upon the most ...

    Article : 61 words
  32. South Australian News.

    The R.M.S. Indus arrived this morning from Melbourne, after a rough passage, the wind being strong, the sea high, and the atmosphere foggy. ...

    Article : 255 words
  33. Newcastle Items.

    The new steamer Sarah Ann, owned by Messrs. Jennings and Company, of Sydney, went on a, trial trip from Newcastle to Hexham this afternoon with a large company of ladies and ...

    Article : 141 words
  34. Remembered too Late.

    The following letter has been addressed to our senior morning contemporary by Messrs. Bradley and Son, the solicitors in the recent great slander case, Davies v. Harris. It is distressing to hear that the ...

    Article : 597 words
  35. Commercial.

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  36. Shipping.

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  37. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 208 words
  38. (FROM THE "AGE.")

    LONDON July 3.—The tone of Victorian debentures shows a marked improvement. The "Standard" predicts that the £2,000,000 redemption loan, tenders for which are to be opened ...

    Article : 226 words
  39. Cudal Items.

    The half-yearly meeting of the members of the Cudal School of Arts was held on Monday night. A satisfactory report was submitted and adopted. The following officers were elected for the ...

    Article : 100 words
  40. Death of a Novocastrian.

    Mr. J. W. Greaves, secretary of the Newcastle Gas Company, an old and highly respected resident, died suddenly at midnight from pleurisy. The funeral will take place to-day. ...

    Article : 39 words
  41. South Australian Parliament.

    In the the Assembly yesterday the Parliament Houses Building Committee was reappointed, Mr. Johnson superseding Mr. Hawker, who had resigned. The Commissioner of Lands moved the ...

    Article : 212 words
  42. Bathurst Items.

    A meeting was held last night by the two local football clubs to arrange for combined teams to try conclusions with two Sydney senior clubs at the end of the present month. All the ...

    Article : 127 words
  43. Wilful Waste of Wealth.

    IN an article which appeared in our columns, April 24, it was pointed out how desirable it would be for the report of Messrs. MORRIS and RANKEN to be made public before any discussion ...

    Article : 1,866 words

    Typhoid fever has made its appearance at Heidelberg. Two cases are reported this week. The address in reply to the Governor's speech will be prevented by the Premier to the Governor ...

    Article : 972 words
  45. Commercial.

    In the import market business has been marked by more activity, and sales are reported in some [?] at improving rates. A parcel of D. R. J[?] candies was invited at 9[?]d per lb. and the same figure is ...

    Article : 229 words
  46. The Tenterfield Election.

    A meeting of the electors of Tenterfield took place last night to decide whether Sir Henry Parkes should retain his [?] during his absence from the colony. Mr. E. R. Wh[?] moved, and ...

    Article : 75 words
  47. Queensland News.

    Three tramway motors for the Government line, which is now being constructed in Brisbane, were landed yesterday. Thirty-seven applications have been [?] ...

    Article : 192 words
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