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    The barque Jessie Renwick, one of Messrs. J. and A. Brown's direct traders, arrived to-day from London. The chief officer reports that on June 4 Captain Suttor mysteriously disappeared ...

    Article : 57 words

    CAIRO, July 16.—Cholera has become general in this city, and the disease is spreading with great rapidity in the native quarter. Much alarm is felt by the European residents, and a great ...

    Article : 49 words
  4. Charges Against Rev. John Osborne.

    The special district meeting of the ministers of the Wesleyan Church, Sydney district, called to consider certain charges against the Rev. John Osborne, was opened in the York-street Church this morning, at ...

    Article : 1,741 words
  5. Shipping.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 482 words
  6. Queensland News.

    Mr. Halloway's company in "The Lights o' London" drew an immense house at the Theatre Royal, last night. The performance was highly successful, and a long run is anticipated. ...

    Article : 212 words
  7. The Madagascar Difficulty.

    LONDON, July 16.—In view of the recent occurrences at Madagascar, the British Government has ordered R.M.S. Euryalus (Captain Alexander P. Hastings, C.B., commander ...

    Article : 54 words
  8. Armidale Items.

    A man named Douglas committed suicide last Saturday. He started in the morning to look for a horse, and as he did not return, some of the family went to search for him, and found his ...

    Article : 149 words
  9. Commercial News.

    LONDON, July 16.—Consols 99[?], Market rate of discount, 3[[?]] per cent. Tin: Straits and Australian, £92 15s per ton. New Zealand 5 per cent. Loan, 105½; New Zealand 4½ per cent. Loan, ...

    Article : 42 words

    Messrs. Clarke and Co., of Sydney and Melbourne, report to-day: Ballarat—Egerton firm at 40s buyer's, Loughlins improving. buyers 86s; King's Birthday, stone 2½ft wide, showing nice gold; Madame Berry, ...

    Article : 143 words
  11. The John Elder.

    SUEZ, July 16.—The Orient Co.s steamship John Elder, which left Sydney on June 8, arrived here on July 14, homeward. ...

    Article : 25 words
  12. Albury Mechanics' Institute.

    At the annual meeting of the Mechanics' Institute, the report and the balance-sheet submitted skewed that, highly satisfactory progress had been made during the year, the bank balance ...

    Article : 101 words

    LONDON, July 16.—-With reference to the agreement lately concluded between the British Cabinet and Baron de Lesseps for the construction of a canal through the Isthmus of Suez, the ...

    Article : 84 words
  14. Undermining at Brookstown.

    The case in which the inhabitants of Brookstown intend to apply for an injunction against the lessees of the colliery at that place is exciting considerable interest at Brookstown, ...

    Article : 151 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 23 words
  16. Advertising

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    Advertising : 26 words
  17. Along the Wharves.

    FORT DENISON, July 17.—High water, 5.42 a.m., 6.12 p.m. The following is late shipping news from Brisbane:—Arrivals: July 15, Tannadice, steamer, from Benkong, on Saturday morning; Clarence, steamer, from Sydney; July ...

    Article : 774 words
  18. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 265 words
  19. Bathurst Items.

    Mr. Frederick Archer, 65 years, the father of Mr. Fred Archer, contractor, in Bathurst, feeling his dinner disagree with [?] on Sunday, took a large dose of chlorodyne. The son, on returning ...

    Article : 163 words
  20. The Wexford Election.

    LONDON, July 16.—The O'Conor Don and Mr. William Redmond are the candidates for the Parliamentary vacancy for the borough of Wexford. The Liberals and the Conservatives intend ...

    Article : 38 words
  21. Orangeism at Lithgow.

    About 400 people assembled last night to celebrate the 12th of July. The date was postponed for a few days so as not to interfere with the Bathurst celebration. Pastor Allen delivered a ...

    Article : 83 words
  22. The Cholera in Egypt.

    CAIRO, July 15.—The cholera is spreading in a southerly direction. Five cases are reported at Ghizeh, is three miles south-west of this city. ...

    Article : 30 words
  23. Anarchist Agitation in France.

    PARIS, July 15.—Serious rioting is reported from Roubaix, in the Department of the Nord. An Anarchist demonstration, took place, and resulted in a disturbance, which necessitated the ...

    Article : 42 words
  24. Newcastle Coal Export.

    The past week's coal expert amounted to 33,712 tons, made up as follows:—A.A. Co. 4551 tons, Wallsend 10,452, Co-operative 5466, Lambton 4818, Brown's 5368, Glebe 3056. The ports of ...

    Article : 100 words
  25. Land Sale at Blayney.

    Mr. H. Henderson held a land sale yesterday near the railway station. The prices realised ranged from 19s 6d to 30s per foot. The land, which belonged to Mr. Dodd, of Carcoar, ...

    Article : 50 words
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    LONDON, July 15.—It has been decided that the Marquis of Lorne shall succeed Lord Ripon as Governor-General of India. LONDON, July 15.—The success of the new ...

    Article : 134 words
  27. Railway Meeting at Candelo.

    A crowded meeting of the Railway League was held in the Candelo School of Arts yesterday, when some important resolutions were passed. A memorial, with over 1300 signatures, was ...

    Article : 116 words
  28. Advertising

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    Advertising : 131 words
  29. Newcastle Items.

    A large meeting was held at Stockton last night to consider the question of establishing a steam ferry to Newcastle. A strong committee was formed in connection with the matter. The ...

    Article : 111 words

    The trade societies are suggesting to the Government the adoption of a form of indenture for trades with the view of avoiding the evils of the existing system of making apprenticeships. ...

    Article : 436 words
  31. Kempsey Requirements.

    Mr. R. B. Smith, M.L.A., is expected here to-morrow. Advantage is to be taken of his visit to wait upon him in reference to local matters, which have been neglected by the ...

    Article : 130 words
  32. Tenders Accepted.

    The following tenders have been accepted by the Government:—J. H. Waters, contract 29M, road Kiama-road to Barrungarry; J. Foley, contract 60M, road Clarence Town to Dungog; J. M'Carron, ...

    Article : 117 words
  33. The Wharfage Question.

    THE reasons why the Government should take action with respect to the resumption of the eastern side of Darling Harbour are very obvious. It is admitted that the entire water frontage is ...

    Article : 1,350 words
  34. The Ministerial Trip.

    A number of members of Parliament will leave Sydney to-night by the steamer Ajax on a trip to the Illawarra district, extending over several days. Among their guests will be several Ministers, ...

    Article : 106 words
  35. Government Gazette.

    PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.—Thursday, July 19, has been proclaimed a holiday at Deniliquin; Friday, July 20, at Bega; and Wednesday, July 25, at Jerilderie. APPOINTMENTS.—E. A. Rennie to be Auditor- ...

    Article : 419 words
  36. An Interesting Event.

    The Rev. William Grant, M.A., Presbyterian minister, of Shoalhaven, was last night presented with the diploma issued by the Senate of the Queen's College, Kingston, Canada, conferring upon him the ...

    Article : 206 words
  37. Commercial.

    In commercial circles but little of importance has transpired to-day, sales being few and values unchanged. Meetings of the City Bank sad Mercantile Bank shareholders were held to-day, full particulars ...

    Article : 316 words
  38. Chinese Insolvency Case.

    The Chinaman Johnny Ah Ehing was charged, on remand, at the Water police court yesterday afternoon, with having unlawfully, fraudulently and deceitfully conspired with one Ack Chow to obtain by ...

    Article : 412 words
  39. Important Sale of stud Sheep.

    Messrs. Mort and Co.'s ninth annual sale of stud sheep commenced this morning at the warehouses of the firm situate at the Circular Quay. There was a moderate attendance at first, but as time wore ...

    Article : 314 words

    On the wharves this morning there was a good supply of Hunter River lucerne. Business quiet, and lucerne hay selling at from £2 10s np to £3 5s per ton; Warrnambool potatoes, £3 Circular ...

    Article : 434 words
  41. The Annexation Question.

    A public meeting to promote the movement for the annexation or establishment of a protectorate over the South Pacific Islands was held last night in the Town Hall. The Mayor of Melbourne ...

    Article : 106 words
  42. Breaking and Entering.

    Charles Ferguson was charged on remand at the Water Police court to-day on suspicion of breaking and entering a shop at Lane Cove on the 6th instant and stealing six shirts and other articles of drapery. ...

    Article : 84 words
  43. South Australian News.

    At the police Court, yesterday, a man was [?] £5 for having shouted "Hallelujah, [?]," at the Salvation Army barracks. A large quantity of fine, soft granite, has been ...

    Article : 68 words
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