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  2. EXTRA SPECIAL "EVENING NEWS" OFFICE. 8:30 P.M.

    LONDON, February 25, 5.10 p.m.-The United States Congress is discussing a bill which will have the effect of nullifying the value of the Stickeen-Teslin route to the ...

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  3. CRICKET.

    On March 15, 1877, a fortnight before Clem Hill was born, the first test match on level terms between England and Australia was begun at Melbourne. To-day's contest adds the fifty-first link ...

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  4. V.R.C. RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 413 words
  5. THE COOGEE MYSTERY.

    The young woman who was found drowned at Coogee this morning (as reported in our first edition on page 6) was subsequently Identified as Minnie Jane Lynch Roberts. She was a Randwick ...

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  6. DEATH OF GEORGE BARRETT.

    LONDON. February 23, 5.10 p.m.-The death is announced of George Barrett, the famous English jockey. ...

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  7. THE PEEL HEIRLOOMS.

    LONDON, February 25, 5.10 p.m.-Mr. Justice Koines, ia the Court of Chancery to­-day, made an order directing Sir Robert Peel to restore to the trustees of the estate ...

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  8. QUEENSLAND FOREIGN TRADE.

    LONDON, February 24. 4 p.m.-Mr. Finucane, the Queensland commercial agent in Europe, reports that there are prospects of opening direct, trade between Italy and ...

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  9. BAR SILVER.

    LONDON, February 25.-Bar silver is today quoted at 2s 5 5-8d per ounce standard a fall of 3-l6d. ...

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  10. ENGLISH SHIPPING.

    LONDON, February 25.-Arrivals: Bungaree (s), from Sydney, December 17; Duke of Westminster (s). from Brisbane, December 24; Remus (s), from Sydney, December 18 ...

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  11. FIRE AT HARDEN.

    HARDEN, Saturday.-A fire broke out here this morning, resulting in the total destruction of a four-roomed untenanted cottage, the property of Mrs. Robertson, of this town. Indications ...

    Article : 101 words
  12. Riot at Lucknow.

    ORANGE, Saturday.-A riot occurred at Lucknow last night, caused by the rowdy behavior of some of the Victorian miners employed there. One of them, named. William Lamont, was arrested by ...

    Article : 123 words
  13. LAND APPEAL CASE.

    The matter of James Nelson and the Crown Lands Act of 1884, 1888, and 1895 was before the Full Court yesterday, on appeal by the Minister for Lands. According to the statement of the ...

    Article : 825 words
  14. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    This Morning's Telegraphic Shipping: Augusta (s) was off the Tweed bar at 8.30, and Wollumbin (s) was in Byron Bay at 8.30 a.m. The Richmond River bar carried 12ft, with 10ft inside at high tide. ...

    Article : 249 words
  15. ALLEGED ASSAULT AND BOBBERY. Cyprian Stanton's Bankpuptey.

    TEMORA, Saturday.-Two strangers named Illingworth and Kohn were at the local police court yesterday committed for trial on a charge of assaulting and robbing ah old man named Before the Registrar in Bankruptcy (Mr. Ar.thur Henry), on the 17th instant, Cyprian Stanton, of Post Office Chambers, Pitt-street, financial agent, who was declared bankrupt on the petition ...

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  16. NEWCASTLE NEWS.

    NEWCASTLE, Saturday.-The trouble at the Cooperative Colliery is further causing the miners of the district considerable anxiety. It is understood that a large number of the workmen ...

    Article : 394 words
  17. TRAWLING EXPEDITION.

    The trailing expeditionary steamer Thetis, after baying had some slight alterations carried out to the fishing gear and mechanism, one more took her departure from Circular Quay ...

    Article : 582 words
  18. Kensington Pony Races.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 126 words
  19. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Following is the list of the cases to be tried at the Metroplitan Quarter Sessions to be opened at Darlinghurst on Tuesday next: Harry M'Connell, larceny; Robert Lett, bigamy ...

    Article : 119 words
  20. TAMWORTH TOPICS.

    1TAMWORTH, Saturday.-A man flamed Thos.Aisbett fell downstairs at Mr. Tribe's office, Exchange Buildings, yesterday afternoon, and went partly through a thick plate-glass window at the ...

    Article : 99 words
  21. THE SHARE MARKET.

    The following sales were noted early this morning, and at 11 o'clock call: Boulder Consols No. 1, 3s 5d: No. 5 North Phoenix, 12s 6d; silverton Tramway, 93s 6d; Tooth's Brewery, 24s ...

    Article : 283 words
  22. THE WEATHER.

    New South Wales.-Calms and light winds; weather unsettled, with scattered thunderstorms and showers during Saturday and Sunday. ...

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  23. TWINS IN COURT.

    At the Paddington Police Court to-day, before Mr. Addison S.M., James Devereux, 35, and John Devereux, 35, were charged with having no Visible lawful means of support.The ...

    Article : 154 words
  24. ARMIDALE ITEMS.

    ARMIDALE, Saturday.-Thirty-nine entries have been received for the local examinations in musical knowledge in connection with Trinity College, London, in June next. This number is ...

    Article : 119 words
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