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  2. I.O.O.f.

    The ninth annual communication of the [?] Lodge N.S.W, was opened at the hall Elizabeth-street, on Tuesday. The Grand Master, Bro. Alex. Spence, occupied the chair ...

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  3. Yesterday's Supreme Court.

    FORBES V. THE LAND, MORTGAGE, LOAN, AND DISCOUNT COMPANY.-His Honor gave judgment this morning in this matter, the particulars of which recently appeared in the EVENING NEWS. ...

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    The extensive frauds in the last election have given cause for a good deal of popular discussion all over the Union. Before the election an attempt was made in New York State to introduce the ...

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  5. Our American Letter.

    SAN FRANCISCO, January 12, 1889. It is a matter quite worthy of remark that a number of young Australians are coming every year to America with the vague hope of bettering ...

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  6. Tender Board.

    The usual fortnightly meeting of the Tender Board was held yesterday at the Works Department, when the following were the lowest tenders opened: ...

    Article : 276 words
  7. In Bankruptcy.

    In re Frank Bennett. Bankrupt amended his statement by the insertion of one debt due by him. He had been engaged as a hay and produce merchant, and started business with a capital of ...

    Article : 521 words
  8. IN BANCO.

    (Before their Honors the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Windeyer, and Mr. Justice Foster.) KEEFE v. CLARKE.-This was a motion for a new trial of an action brought at Goulburn on ...

    Article : 305 words
  9. Summer Hill Stormwater Sewer.

    Through the courtesy of the Mayor of Ashfield (Mr. T. Dean) we are enabled to give the report of Mr. Stayton, the Government surveyor, on the stormwater sewer for Summer Hill, which ...

    Article : 271 words
  10. Yesterday's Quarter Sessions.

    Mr. W. L. Merewether prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. FORGING and UTTERING.-John Chamberlain pleaded guilty to a charge of forging and ...

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    It does not seem as if Australians understood or appreciated the extent of the coal market of the Pacific coast. It is surely a significant enough fact that the strike at Newcastle should ...

    Article : 465 words
  12. Presbyterian church Jubilee.

    The jubilee celebration of the Pitt-street Presbyterian Church was held last evening. The Rev. Henry Macready presided, and there was a large attendance. The church was beautifully ...

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    The ninth annual communication of the Independent Order of Oddfellows was continued at the: Oddfellows' Hall, Elizabeth-street, on Wednesday. The business transacted was of a private ...

    Article : 108 words
  14. Pastoral and Agricultural.

    Messrs. Garnsey and Wilcox, Forbes, report: Store Sheep.-We have sold in conjunction, with Messrs. Wilkinson and Lavender, for Mr. Jno. M'Conochie, 8900 travelling wethers, and have some other large ...

    Article : 712 words
  15. Transit Commissioners.

    The usual meeting of the Transit CommissionerS was held on Wednesday. There were present-His Worship the Mayor in the chair, Mr. W. J. Trickett, Mr. E. Fosberry, Inspector-General of ...

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    I have been reading with much interest and edification the letters in some of the American newspapers from their representatives at the Melbourne Exhibition. Some of these are very ...

    Article : 747 words
  17. Central Criminal Court.

    Mr. H. E. Cohen, conducted the prosecution on behalf of the Crown. ALLEGED ARSON.-James M'Clelland pleaded not guilty to an indictment charging him with maliciously ...

    Article : 572 words
  18. Mining.

    Goodradigbee Gold M. and S. Co., Limited.-The mining manager reports under date of February 9, 1889 : The the race tunnel has been driven 50ft for ten days' work by the contractor Zani. The ...

    Article : 550 words

    The experiment in the production of sugar from beetroot in California has just been brought to a successful close. The beets were planted at Watsonville on a level tract of land near the Bay of ...

    Article : 198 words

    The grape growers of Southern California are in a state of deep anxiety about an unknown disease that is destroying many vineyards. The investigation into the nature of the disease is still ...

    Article : 262 words

    Messrs. Moet and Chandon are the largest vineyard proprietors and champagne producers in the world. Their "Dry Imperial" 1884 vintage is the pure juice of selected grapes from their own vineyards of 2500 ...

    Article : 63 words

    As Guinness and Co. brew several qualities of Stout, if consumers want the best they should ask for E. and J. BURKE'S, who bottle in Dublin direct from the brewery. Purity of every bottLe guaranteed ...

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    Lookyor's Sulphur Hair Restorer is the quickest, best, safest, and cheapest. Large bottles, 1s 6d. Everywhere.-29. ...

    Article : 22 words



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