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  2. The Bulli Relief Fund,

    A meeting of the subcommittee of the above was held at the Town Hall on Monday afternoon, the Mayor in the chair. Present: Hon. G. A. Lloyd, M.L.C.; Hon. J. Macintosh, M.L.C. ; ...

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  3. A Policeman in Trouble.

    WEST MAITLAND. -At the West Maitland Police Court, on Monday, the constable, John Gosling, who was remanded from the 5th instant on a charge of having assaulted, with intent, ...

    Article : 59 words
  4. A Disgraceful Assault.

    At the Darlinghurst Quarter Sessions on Tuesday, William Flavelle, who was on Monday found guilty of assaulting a little girl, aged 11, was sentenced to imprisonment, with hard labor, ...

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  5. Yesterday's Cablegrams.

    LONDON, December 12.-The European wheat crops will, it is expected, yield 300,000 quarters less than last year. ...

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  6. Yesterday's Telegrams,

    Several gentlemen, of capital, the majority being members of Parliament, left on Saturday for Mount Morgan, with a view to farther specu­lations in that district. ...

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  7. Alleged False Pretences.

    Herbert Palmer and John Martin, on remand, were charged on two fresh counts at the Central Police Court on Tuesday before Mr. O'Malley Clarke, S.M. The counts were-For obtaining ...

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  8. Brevities.

    The European crops are estimated to yield 300,000 quartern less this year than last. Thirty-four matches have been arranged by Sir. Alcock in England for the next Australian ...

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  9. The Emu Hotel Case.

    TOOTH AND OTHERS V. LAWS.-This was a case in which the plaintiffs claimed £150 for goods sold and delivered. The defendant pleaded never indebted. ...

    Article : 438 words
  10. The Australian Eleven.

    LONDON, December 12.-Thirty-four matches have been arranged by Mr. Alcock in England for the next Australian Eleven. ...

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  11. Protection Politics.

    Representatives of the Political Protection Associations of Parramatta, Granville, Liverpool, and Prospect, held a meeting at Granville on. Saturday night. The object was to consider the ...

    Article : 72 words
  12. Canadian Fisheries Question.

    LONDON, December 12.-With reference to the Canadian Fisheries Commission, the NEW YORK HERALD says that a new treaty is hopeless, but the agreement for re-defining portions of the ...

    Article : 38 words
  13. Mr. Henniker Heaton in Adelaide.

    ADELAIDE.-Mr. Beamier Henniker, M.P., interviewed the Postmaster-General yesterday, and pointed out that the postage charge from Germany and France to Australia by sea is to be ...

    Article : 85 words
  14. Sir Charles Mitchell.

    LONDON, December 12.-Sir Charles Mitchell, late Governor of Fiji, will probably be appointed Governor of the Leeward Islands or Trinidad. He returns at once to England, leaving Dr. William ...

    Article : 49 words
  15. Alleged Maliciously Wound­ing.

    At the Quarter Sessions, Darlinghurst, on Tuesday, Thomas Hume, charged with maliciously wounding, was discharged on his own recognisances in the sum of £40 to come up when ...

    Article : 35 words
  16. A Hard Case.

    The widow of the late Mr. J. Whitehead, the schoolmaster who was drowned in the recent boat accident at Botany Bay, applied to the Government for a grant out of the ...

    Article : 128 words
  17. Commercial.

    LONDON, December 12.-Iron and steel have a stong upward tendency. Glasgow pig iron is quoted at £44 0s 3d; Nematic, £46; No. 3 Middlesbro, £34. Sugar maintains advanced ...

    Article : 34 words
  18. A Senior Wrangles.

    ADELAIDE.-Mr. Shephard, Senior Wrangler at Cambridge in 1885, left for Sydney yesterday. He is a Sydney native and son of a Queensland judge. He is on a short visit to the colonies. ...

    Article : 37 words
  19. Trade Affairs.

    A meeting of the United Laborers' Protective Society was held on Monday night. The president (Mr. M'lnnerney) occupied the chair. Two new members were admitted. A certificate of ...

    Article : 396 words
  20. A Farewell Luncheon.

    ADELAIDE.-Mr. and Mrs. Henniker Heaton, who left for London by the Ormuz on Monday, were tendered a farewell luncheon by Chief Justice Way, who had invited the Hon. J. C. ...

    Article : 72 words
  21. Sugar Bounties Conference.

    London, Monday.-At to-day's sitting of the International Conference for the discussion of the Sugar Bounties Question, the report of the sub-committee, charged to consider the technical ...

    Article : 103 words
  22. No More Circuses.

    Respecting the refusal of the Mayor of Sydney to allow the erection of a circus in Belmore Park, it would appear that the proprietary of the circus suffer severely from this hitherto unprecedented ...

    Article : 207 words
  23. A Regular Greenhorn.

    ADELAIDE.-A second class Sydney passenger to London by the Ormuz had a narrow escape of being fleeced of every penny of his spare cash, while in Melbourne, by a couple of sharpers. ...

    Article : 198 words
  24. Mails.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 46 words
  25. Monetary and Commercial.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 61 words

    By direction, of his Honor, the jury found a verdict for the plaintiffs for £122 10s, the balance due up to November 30, when defendant's name ceased to be over the dour as a licensee. ...

    Article : 49 words
  27. Weather Forecast,

    TUESDAY, 3 p.m.-Forecast for the twenty-four hours ending to-morrow at sunset: Generally tending to a change. The fresh north to north-westerly winds will veer rapidly ...

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  28. A Sew Portfolio.

    Brisbane.-It is understood the Cabinet on Monday discussed at some length the question of creating a new portfolio, namely, " Minister for Mines." Mr. W. O. Hodginson, the well-known explorer, has been offered the portfolio, and it is understood he will accept. ...

    Article : 48 words
  29. A Disgraceful Scene.

    The policemen on the beat covering Cleveland and Bourke streets, Surry Hills, cannot be very highly complimented on the vigilance they display. At the corner of the streets mentioned ...

    Article : 239 words
  30. The Cardinal and the Council.

    Cardinal Moran was waited upon on Tuesday by a representative of the Evening News with a view of ascertaining what was his version of the difference between himself and the Manly Council ...

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  31. The Glen Huntly Outrage.

    MELBOURNE.-William Grocock, alias Gee, who was arrested on Sunday on a charge of assault­ing and robbing William Collins, station master at Glen Huntly, appeared at the City Court on ...

    Article : 56 words
  32. Astounding Allegations.

    The DAILY TELEGRAPH on Tuesday announced "a curious case, which, to a great extent, is enveloped in mystery, is at present engaging the attention of the police, who are remarkably ...

    Article : 245 words
  33. Settled in Court.

    A strong bar crowded the table in the Jury Court on Tuesday, when the Commissioner for Railways was again about to be sued by two sisters, Margaret and Mary Mahoney, for damages ...

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  34. Drowned While Bathing.

    GOULBUBN.-A magisterial inquiry was held yesterday with reference to the death of a young man, named F. Wren, who was drowned on Sunday. It appears a determined effort was ...

    Article : 80 words
  35. More Whaling-road,

    This case came on again on Tuesday at the North Shore Police Court. This makes the third magistrate who has had to listen to the old trouble of the right of use of a certain road, facing ...

    Article : 248 words
  36. Alleged Perjury.

    COOMA.-At the police court yesterday, John Thomas Garroughty teas committed for trial on a charge of perjury alleged to have been committed before the land board. ...

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  37. St. Mary's Cathedral.

    For the past week large congregations have attended St. Mary's daily, both morning and evening, to take part in the mission conducted by the Very Ber. Alphonsus O'Neil of the Passionist ...

    Article : 257 words
  38. Wellington News.

    The children attending the superior public school received their prizes on Saturday after­noon. Suitable speeches were delivered by Mr. J. Hooper, the head teacher, and Mr. J. B. Bayly, ...

    Article : 57 words
  39. Newcastle News.

    Mr. A. A. Dangar, who owns an extensive area of land in Wickham, offered a number of leases by auction on Saturday. Those having a front­age to Navigable Creek brought high prices for ...

    Article : 147 words
  40. Another Big Arbitration.

    Two cases which were expected to occupy the attention of the Chief Justice during a considerable length of time came suddenly to an end, for the present at least, in the Jury Court ...

    Article : 227 words
  41. The Executive Council.

    A fully-attended meeting of the Executive Council was held at noon yesterday. The Premier did not arrive at the Colonial Secretary's office until just before the time of meeting, and ...

    Article : 100 words
  42. Albury News.

    Mr. George Arthur Thompson was duly elected alderman without opposition yesterday. After the declaration by the Mayor, Alderman Thompson returned thanks. ...

    Article : 38 words
  43. Again in Trouble.

    Another glaring instance of the danger of tampering with justice has come to the surface in the case of the prisoner Ronan, now under committal for being accessory to the murder of the girl Kennedy ...

    Article : 293 words
  44. Quack Protection.

    BLAYNEY.-A man named Moulton, harangued a crowd in the public street last night on political matters. In speaking against Sir Henry Parkes and freetrade he was frequently interrupted. An ...

    Article : 84 words
  45. A Mysterious Death.

    An inquest was held on Tuesday by the Coronet at the Royal Exchange Hotel, Marrickville, into the circumstances attending the death of Robert Vincent, aged 53, a greengrocer and tobacconist, ...

    Article : 57 words
  46. A Family Row.

    In the Redfern Police Court on Tuesday, Jane Manning summoned her mother-in-law, Mary Manning, for having used offensive words to her to the effect that she (the complainant) was not ...

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  47. Terrible Fatality.

    On Tuesday a terrible fatality occurred at the Manly relief works, Narrabeen. It appears that two foreigners, named John Stratago, 48, and John Conomo, 45, ...

    Article : 162 words
  48. A Narrow Escape.

    WEST MAITLAND.-Mr. John Bowden had a narrow escape, from serious injury on Friday last. It seema he was leading a couple of horses along the road, when some person galloped ...

    Article : 63 words
  49. The Treasury Accounts.

    THE CHARGES AGAINST MR. DIBBS. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday Thompson gave notice of his intention to move, to-day, that all papers relating to a ...

    Article : 89 words
  50. Alleged Incendiarism.

    In the Redfern Police Court, to-day, James Campbell, 62, an engineer (Scot.), and Mary Jane Campbell, 46 married (Irish), were charged with having maliciously set fire to the ...

    Article : 50 words
  51. Murrumbidge Light Horse.

    WAGGA.-A meeting of the members of the Murrumbidgee Light Horse was held on Satur­day night It was reported that the apathy of the Government in not dealing, within a ...

    Article : 131 words
  52. Charge of Breaking and Entering.

    George Ashton, 46, a machinist, was charged in the Redfern Police Court yesterday with breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Thomas Lopez, and stealing articles and £5 in cash, total ...

    Article : 87 words
  53. Train Complaints.

    The inquiry into the alleged dirty state of the tramcars and other complaints commenced on Tuesday fit the traffic manager's office, Redfern Railway Station. Some evidence was taken, and ...

    Article : 58 words
  54. Alleged Petersham Outrage.

    Up to on Tuesday the police had not succeeded in arresting the fourth man, who, it is alleged, committed the offence on the girl in a paddock at Petersham on Sunday afternoon. The ...

    Article : 52 words



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