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    Some of the following items appeared in our second and third edition of yesterday. ...

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  3. Fire in Sussex-street.

    This inquiry, which was opened on Tuesday morning, last, was resumed on Friday Afternoon. Francois Conil, recalled, stated that about two or three weeks after the fire Dupont told him ...

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  4. Later from Melbourne.

    MELBOURNE, Friday Afternoon.—Wheat is lower to-day, to 3s 10 1/2d; flour is [?], no quotations; cats are at 2s 10 1/4 d for prime feed; barley to 6s for prime malting; maize to 4s ld ...

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  5. Poultry, Pigeon, Canary, and Dog Show.

    The attendance at the show, up to a late hoar last evening was a very good one, and to-day, the attendance ia also very fair. To-morrow a large number of visitors are anticipated, and as it ...

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  6. Death of Stanley Questioned.

    LONDON, JULY 21.—The rumored death of Stanley, the explorer, is generally discredited. The King of the Belgians has telegraphed, stating that Stanley left Aruwimi for Wadelai on June ...

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  7. Deniliquin Show Banquet.

    DENILIQUIN, Friday.—The show banquet came off in the town hall last night. It was a brilliant affair. There were present Lord Carrington, Sir Henry Loch, Colonel St. ...

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  8. Brevities.

    By a fall of earth in a sluicing claim at Welshnan's Point, Eganstown (Vic), yesterday, Wm. Bradshaw, aged 19, who was buried up to the shoulders, died from the effects. ...

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  9. Mail Bates Through France.

    LONDON, July 21.—Mr. Forman asks that the charge for the transit of mails through Italy and France be reduced below a penny. An answer will be given next week. ...

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  10. Melbourne Exhibition.

    LONDON, July 21.—Treasury objections to the amount of the vote asked for the Melbourne Exhibition are delaying the British Commission in their efforts on behalf of the exhibition. The ...

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  11. City Police Courts.

    DRUNKENNESS.—The following were disposed of in the usual way for this offence: Andrew Adamson, Patrick Connors, Richard Belmore, Joseph Foley, Thomas Casley, Thomas Jones ...

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  12. Borough Councils.

    The usual fortnightly meeting of this council was held on Wednesday, Present: Aldermen Davis (Mayor), Taylor, Quigg, Brown, Poole, Thompson, M'Bean, and Nightingale. Letter ...

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  13. The Weather.

    The present strong westerly winds which blow ever most parts of the colony will gradually take off and shift to the south, when heavy south-east gales, with the usual heavy rains and rough sea ...

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  14. The Barcoo (Q.)

    THE WEATHER has of late been extremely cold; and, coming instantaneously after close warm cays, has caused colds to be very prevalent. Every three out of four persona whom one meets are suffering from ...

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  15. Later from Newcastle.

    FRIDAY AFTERNOON.—A tobacco factory will shortly be started in Newcastle. The factory long carried on at Singleton by Mr. Jas. Hatchinson, was sold to-day by auction, and was pure[?]sed ...

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  16. From Temora.

    FRIDAY.—A young married woman of this town, while washing her baby at the fixe, suddenly turned round. Her clothes caught fire, and she ran screaming into the street. The ...

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  17. Our Legislators on Tour.

    ALBURY, Friday.—The Parliamentary train, containing about fifty of the representatives of the people of New South Wales, left Albury at 12.30 p.m. to-day for Adelaide, via Melbourne. ...

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  18. WATER.

    DRUNKENNESS.—Alexander M'Phail, Richard Rafferty, James Medley, Ellen Behan, Charles Jones, Margaret Richards, Thomas Oaten, William Boyd, Thomas Middleton, Edward Williams ...

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  19. Sporting.

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  20. Complaint from Wollongong.

    Great inconvenience and consequent annoyance are felt by the residents of Wollongong and the surrounding neighborhood by the extremely unsuitable time at which the train leaves Sydney ...

    Article : 164 words
  21. A Lucky Escape.

    A young man fell out of a passenger train between Croydon and Burwood late on Thursday night. Fortunately he alighted in a pool of mud and water, which saved him from serious injury ...

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  22. Dispute about a Brewery.

    A case of some interest to brewers was heard in the Newtown Police Court on Friday. J. Forsyth, for Archibald Forsyth, summoned John Stevenson for the possession of the Continental ...

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  23. Telegrams.

    NEW TOWN HALL, [?] STREETS REPAIRED.—Strenuous efforts are being pat forth in Goulburn with the view of bringing each pressure to beat on the aldermen as will cause them to abandon ...

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  25. BALMAIN.

    William Handley sued William Armstrong, for illegal detention f goods. From the evidence it appears that Handley had, some time back, to go to the Little Bay Hospital, but before going he ...

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    NEWCASTLE, FRIDAY.—The proposed ten miles race between Livingstone and Fosse is not yet arranged. Livingstone's last offer is to have the race in Sydney on even terms for £50 if Fosse will allow ...

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  27. West Australia.

    THE RAILWAY RETURNS for the month ended May 26 show an increase in the goode traffic of the previous month of nearly 400 tons, but the receipts from. all sources exhibit a falling off of upward of £350. ...

    Article : 456 words
  28. NEWTOWN.

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  29. How the Police Fare.

    Some while ago it was proposed amongst the members of the police force in the city and immediate suburbs, to have a picnic and athletic sports. The idea appeared to be popular ...

    Article : 218 words
  30. Commercial.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 365 words

    The Wagga Wagga Bowing Club, formed a few weeks ago, Intend to purchase two skiffs and a string test gig with which to commence operations. ...

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  32. The Terrible Earthquake in Turkestan.

    "TASHKEND, June 10.—Intelligence received herd states that, besides the town of Vernoe, the settlement of Kaskelnsk, situated about twenty versis west of Vernoe, on the Tashkend-Kuldja ...

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  33. Mining.

    HILL END, Friday.—Good gold is being got again at Gulgong. Immediately the Louisiana reef tease Was cancelled, after being held six years without labor, two miner pegged at night, and are now ...

    Article : 141 words
  34. The Langworthy Case,

    On June 11 an appointment was made to proceed with the examination of Mr. Groves and Mr. Danby, of the firm of Bircham and Co., before Mr. Registrar Hazlitt, at the London Bankruptcy ...

    Article : 140 words



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