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  2. BURWOOD COLLIERY DISASTER.

    NEWCASTLE, Tuesday Afternoon.—The inquest on the body of John Molloy, who was killed in the Burwood Colliery explosion last week, was resumed at Dudley to-day. Mr. A. Atkinson ...

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  3. THE COASTAL COLUMN.

    Tuesday Afternoon.—The invaders have so far evaded any wily snores that the defenders may have laid since the column has become an enemy advancing on Sydney. The troops moved quietly ...

    Article : 270 words
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  5. DOINGS IN DIVORCE.

    Mr. Justice Simpson continued the hearing of causes. Lily Namoi Gould, formerly Hutchens, petitioned for a dissolution of her marriage with James Gould, on the ground of ...

    Article : 156 words
  6. THE REDFERN SENSATION.

    At five minutes to 12 the jury was empannelled, and sworn separately. The accused exercised his prerogative, and challenged ten. The Crown Prosecutor made a lengthy opening ...

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  7. BRADLEY v. BRADLEY.

    William George Bradley, a commercial traveller, was the petitioner in a suit for a divorce from Mary Ann Bradley, formerly Todd, on the ground of her adultery with Frank Barnes, who ...

    Article : 223 words
  8. MINING.

    BARRABA, Tuesday.—The Gulf Creek Copper Mine is working full time. To one who has been away from the field for a few months, the change that has taken place for the betterment of ...

    Article : 987 words
  9. A BREACH OF TRUST.

    At the Water Police Court yesterday Frederick Lewis, 38, painter, was charged with fraudulently appropriating £5 4s, the property of James Sandy and Company, on November 9. The ...

    Article : 230 words
  10. WISDOM v. WISDOM.

    Robert Roland Wisdom, a clerk, petitioned for a dissolution of his marriage with Agnes Beatrice Wisdom, formerly Bestie, on the ground of desertion. The marriage took place in August 1887 ...

    Article : 397 words
  11. IN BANKRUPTCY.

    Re John Hollis Belts: There was no appearance for the bankrupt, and on the application of the official assignee, the matter was adjourned to December 3. ...

    Article : 240 words
  12. HORTICULTURAL.

    At the monthly meeting and flower show in connection with the St. George's Horticultural Society, held at the council chambers, Hurstville, the competition was, as usual, very keen ...

    Article : 218 words
  13. BROMILOW v. BROMILOW.

    Desertion was the ground upon which William Athelstan Bromilow asked for a divorce from Ada Emily Bromilow, formerly Clarke. Petitioner said he married the respondent at Balmain in ...

    Article : 98 words
  14. THAT INDIAN CANOE.

    The lookout man at South Head is accustomed to signalling all sorts and conditions of vessels from his station down there at the entrance to Sydney Harbor. Yesterday he was at his ...

    Article : 267 words
  15. A MIDNIGHT INCIDENT.

    About 12.30 a.m. on Tuesday, as Constable Rudolph Carmen was on duty in Hunter-street, he heard cries of "Police" in the direction of the Australia Hotel, Castlereagh-street, and went ...

    Article : 413 words
  16. SPORTS AT WYALONG.

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  17. FEATHERSTONE v. FEATHERSTONE.

    Margaret Jane Featherstone, formerly Fishburn, applied for a divorce, from Thomas Featherstone, on the ground of adultery. The marriage took place in June, 1888, at Croydon, according ...

    Article : 236 words
  18. A ROAD NOT WANTED.

    GILGUNNIA, Wednesday.—The unusual circumstance of the public protesting against the Government spending money in the district has happened here. The case in point is this: About ...

    Article : 545 words
  19. GOVERNMENT REGISTRY OFFICE.

    Speaking at the annual picnic of the N.S.W. Operative Bakers' Association at Correy's Gardens yesterday, Mr. O'Sullivan, the Minister for Works, referring to unionism, expressed ...

    Article : 127 words
  20. DULWICH HILL TRAMS.

    At the meeting of the Marrickville Council on Monday night, a letter was read from the Tramway Department, stating with regard to running large double cars more frequently to and from ...

    Article : 122 words
  21. SHEARING SEASON

    GLEN INNES, Tuesday.—Shearing is in full swing in many sheds throughout the district, and there are evidences of an excellent clip. ...

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  22. THE HARVEST.

    BOGAN GATE, Tuesday.—The first load of new wheat arrived to-day. It is a fair sample, and is offering at 2s 3d per bushel, at which price it is selling freely. ...

    Article : 192 words
  23. ST. PAUL IN COURT.

    Among the numerous books that are quoted so frequently in the law courts in support of counsel's argument, it is rarely that the attention of the Court is directed to Scripture, probably owing ...

    Article : 325 words
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  25. SIR HECTOR MACDONALD.

    Three full pages are devoted to Sir Hector Macdonald in the "Town and Country Journal" this week, and splendid pictures they are. In one view he is shown standing beside Sir Frederick ...

    Article : 246 words
  26. AN ESCAPED CRIMINAL.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday Afternoon.—John Edwards was presented at the Criminal Court to-day on a charge of feloniously breaking into the shop of Edward Allchin, at Preston, and stealing ...

    Article : 194 words
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