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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 124 words
  3. A FEROCIOUS MASTIFF.

    The Paddington police have forwarded to the coroner a report concerning the death of a child named Anita Marie Locchi, aged 13 months, who resided with her parents at Rennie-street, in that ...

    Article : 580 words
  4. BREVITIES.

    The cyclone in the Borri[?]n district destroyed 3000 acres of good wheat. The River Darling at Westworth is falling rapidly, and steamers only expect to make another ...

    Article : 1,477 words
  5. THE REDFERN SENSATION.

    The trial of Carl Kuhnell, on a charge of feloniously administering poison to Florence Ellen Smith, with intent to murder, was continued at the Central Criminal Court this morning, before ...

    Article : 1,624 words
  6. FEMALE SERVANTS.

    Mr. O'Sullivan, like the late Mr. John Willet, "goes on improving of us," His latest progressive development, as was noticed in a paragraph in our late editions yesterday, is the ...

    Article : 214 words
  7. Family Notices

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  8. PARLIAMENT AND THE GENERAL.

    Sir Hector Macdonald is to-day the special guest of the Ministry of New South Wales, who have invited the members of the State Legislature to meet him at an outing on board the ...

    Article : 324 words
  9. Perils of the Sea.

    This morning the South Head look-out man reported an American barquentine 12 miles east of the port, with her maintopgallant mast gone. The vessel proved to be the Wrestler, and she ...

    Article : 136 words
  10. THE NICARAGUA CANAL.

    The telegram which we published yesterday, stating that the Marquis of Lansdowne, British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, had directed Lard Pauncefote, the British Minister at ...

    Article : 537 words
  11. NEW GUINEA.

    THE Commonwealth is travelling rather quickly direction of what may lead to the formation of a foreign policy. The House of Representatives yesterday agreed to a resolution ...

    Article : 986 words
  12. ROCKS RESUMPTION CASE.

    In the Darling Harbor Resumption Court, to-day, Mr. Justice Cohen and Judges Murray and Backhouse continued the hearing of the claim of Peter Francis Hart ...

    Article : 127 words
  13. UNOFFICIAL.

    The request of Major the Hon. Rupert Carrington for a further draft of troops from this State, to replace casualties in his regiment cannot fail to strike even the unofficial observer as, to say ...

    Article : 131 words
  14. To-day's Divorce.

    Mr. Justice Simpson to-day continued the hearing of causes. The suit in which Christopher Thomas Hourn petitioned for a dissolution of his marriage with Laura Hourn, formerly Gifford ...

    Article : 168 words
  15. A SQUATTER'S SUICIDE.

    TOCUMWAL, Wednesday.—The inquest on the body of Mr. Patrick M'Farland, of Barooga Station, who was found drowned in a lagoon near the homestead on Monday evening, was held at ...

    Article : 273 words
  16. LOCAL WHISKY.

    According to the Melbourne "Argus," the Commonwealth Minister for Home Affairs has received from Sydney samples of kerosene and candles manufactured locally, which he is distributing ...

    Article : 240 words
  17. HEPPLE v. HEPPLE.

    Mary Ann Hepple petitioned for a divorce from William Hepple, on the ground of desertion. Petitioner deposed to having married the respondent in February, 1861, at Durham, England ...

    Article : 82 words
  18. A TRIUMPH OF RED TAPE.

    Lord Kitchener's recent proclamation concerning the impedimenta of "mobile" columns reminds the Birmingham "Daily Gazette" of an incident related of the Ashanti campaign of 1896. ...

    Article : 146 words
  19. DOBINSKY v. DOBINSKY.

    Desertion was the ground upon which Bessie Kate Dobinsky, formerly O'Brien, applied for a divorce from Frederick Dobinsky. The marriage took place at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic ...

    Article : 94 words
  20. A GERMAN DUEL.

    Following closely upon news that the German Emperor had determined to discountenance the excessive duelling in his army comes the account of a fatal encounter, in the name of honor ...

    Article : 260 words
  21. O'NEILL v. O'NEILL.

    Elizabeth Agnes O'Neill, formerly Willis, a hotel-keeper, asked for relief from Michael O'Neill, on the ground of adultery. Petitioner said she married the respondent, who was a selector on ...

    Article : 145 words
  22. THE PLAGUE IN ROME.

    It is curious to note that there is hardly an order issued to-day by the Government relative to the plague that has just broken out in Naples (says the Rome correspondent of the "Pall Mall ...

    Article : 300 words
  23. LIGHT RAILWAYS.

    Although, as lines of communication and means of retreat for stock from drought-stricken districts to more rain-favored localities, the comparatively cheap lines of light railway which serve ...

    Article : 346 words
  24. THE GERMAN MAIL.

    The German mail steamer Neckar, from Bremen to Sydney, via ports, arrival at the Semaphore, South Australia, at 3.30 a.m. to-day. ...

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  25. WHEAT AFLOAT.

    LONDON, November 19, 5.30 p.m.—The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,630,000 quarters, and for the Continent 1,490,000 quarters. ...

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  26. A DERELICT.

    Captain Martin, of the Loch Broom, which reached Melbourne last week, reports sighting a big deserted ship in the Southern Ocean. The derelict appeared to be a vessel of from 1800 to ...

    Article : 305 words
  27. HEADS AND TAILS.

    The rush of crashing hoofs is o'er, The Melbourne Cup is past, And some have gathered gold galore, While some are grief o'[?]oast ...

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  28. NARROW ESCAPE OF A SQUATTER

    News has just been received that a well-known squatter not a hundred miles from Bourke recently had a narrow escape from permanent blindness. He was suffering acutely ...

    Article : 67 words
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