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  2. TUESDAY'S COMMERCIAL

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  3. THE BURGLARY AT BERG'S.

    Detective Senior-Sergeant M'Lean and Constable Malone made an arrest on Monday evening in connection with the burglary at Berg's, in Pitt-street, on Sunday. On visiting Berg's, and ...

    Article : 144 words
  4. THE COMMONWEALTH CONTINGENT.

    Major Boam, D.A.A.G., entered upon the task of swearing in the men for the New South Wales contribution to the Commonwealth Contingent on Monday, and at the close of the day 86 were ...

    Article : 1,472 words
  5. THE SHARE MARKET.

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  6. SIR FREDERICK DARLEY

    KATOOMBA, Tuesday, 3 p.m.—Captain Darley, A.D.C., has just informed me that the operation was successfully performed to-day, the surgeons being Drs. Fiaschi and Jenkins, of Sydney, and ...

    Article : 193 words
  7. [?]ES v.[?] LIA.

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  8. The Towitta Murder.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday Afternoon.—It is understood that the body of Bertha Schippan, the victim of the Towitta tragedy, is to be exhumed, as two towels which were placed in the coffin are ...

    Article : 53 words
  9. RECENT CITY ROBBERY. AN ARREST.

    Constables Moore and Brennan, of the Redfern police, have arrested a man in connection with the recent robbery at Mr. W. J. Faker's ware-house, 3 Hunter-street. The accused was charged ...

    Article : 86 words
  10. THE BATHURST COMPETITIONS.

    BATHURST, Tuesday.—A meeting of the musical and literary competitions committee was held last night, Mr. A. G. Thompson, president, being the chairman. The correspondence read included ...

    Article : 562 words
  11. STRUCK FROM BEHIND.

    A man named Isaac Larkins was admitted to the Manly Hospital on Monday, in a somewhat dazed condition. An examination revealed the fact that be was suffering from concussion of ...

    Article : 235 words
  12. SYDNEY WOOL SALES.

    Extensive catalogues were offered at the continuation of the local sales on Monday, amounting to 92 2 bales—Co-operative Wool and Produce Company. Limited, 4424, and Messrs. ...

    Article : 251 words
  13. THE SHIPPING SENSATION.

    A further telegram from Wilson's Promontory, received yesterday, in connection with the picking up of two boats and their crews by the steamer Abergeldie states that the name of the ...

    Article : 109 words
  14. THE SONOMA.

    The R.M.S. Sonoma left Auckland yesterday at 4.45 for Sydney, in continuation of her voyage from San Francisco, and is due on Saturday morning early. ...

    Article : 27 words
  15. THE SILTING UP OF PARRAMATTA RIVER.

    A public meeting was held in the Town Hall, Parramatra, on Monday evening to consider the unsatisfactory condition of the Parramatta River, between Ryae and, the Parramatta steamers ...

    Article : 394 words
  16. MAITLAND STOCK SALES.

    WEST MAITLAND, Tuesday.—Despite the unsettled weather yesterday, there was a large attendance of the trade at the stock sales at Campbell's Hill, and the supply was equal to the ...

    Article : 243 words
  17. "STRAW HAT BRIGADE."

    A constable had a case against a dealer at the Central Court yesterday, in which the man was charged with placing a barrow containing fruit on the carriage-way of George-street, and ...

    Article : 122 words
  18. THE OLD-AGE PENSION.

    William O'Brien, 30, tailor, was charged at the Central Court yesterday, before Mr. Smithers, S.M., with fraudulently obtaining, on or about 6th instant, the sum of £2 3s 4d, the property of ...

    Article : 192 words
  19. ALLEGED ASSAULT ON A STEAMER.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday Afternoon.—Fredk. Bradfelt, a steward on the steamer Paroo, was complained against at the City Court to-day by G. Anderson, pantryman on the same vessel, for ...

    Article : 135 words
  20. FRUIT.

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  21. A SCHOONER IN TROUBLE.

    A telegram from Flinders (Victoria), received in Sydney yesterday, states that a vessel, supposed to be the Tyro, had, at noon, drifted from her anchorage northward, and was in a very ...

    Article : 76 words
  22. THE TEST MATCH.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—Messrs. Barnes, Quaife, and Gunn, of the English Cricket Team, arrived at Adelaide this morning by the Melbourne express to take part in the test match. ...

    Article : 41 words
  23. STATE EXECUTIVE.

    The usual weekly meeting of the State Executive was held yesterday. Mr. Justice Owen, acting under the deputation from the Lieutenant-Governor (Sir P. Darley), presided. ...

    Article : 43 words
  24. SHIPPING.

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  25. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    ARMIDALE, Tuesday.—Mr. Alex. Oliver, Federal Capital Commissioner, has notified the local league that he will not be able to leave Sydney for Armidale before next Sunday night. He will ...

    Article : 157 words
  26. WHITE CLIFFS ROBBERY.

    Further particulars have been received with regard to the robbery of opal, etc., at White Cliffs, on Saturday night. It appears that Mr. P. J. Kinnen, who resides in Bell-street, left his ...

    Article : 137 words
  27. A STABBING CASE.

    A fish vendor named Menias Camphis, aged 28, was taken to Sydney Hospital yesterday by Constable Blackburn, suffering from Incised wounds on the forehead and on one arm. Camphis works ...

    Article : 75 words
  28. THE MEDIC.

    The White Star liner Medic left Capetown on January 9 for Australia, in continuation of her voyage from Liverpool via ports. The vessel Will probably have on board returning soldiers. ...

    Article : 35 words
  29. THE RABBIT PEST.

    WAGGA, Tuesday Afternoon.—At the police court yesterday, Patrick Kerin, of The Rock, was fined £5 for neglecting to destroy rabbits on his property. The case was before the court last ...

    Article : 172 words
  30. VEGETABLES.

    Choice staple lines of vegetables continue dear for the time of year, and further good downpours of rain are essential for the wellbeing of successional crops in gardens within the ...

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  31. THAT SAVERNAKE MEETING.

    The prominent part taken by a justice of the peace in the recent pro-Boer meeting at Savercake has not escaped attention. Mr. Perry publicly referred to this meeting lately, and in view ...

    Article : 139 words
  32. A MISSING MAN.

    YASS, Tuesday.—No tidings have so far been heard of the man Brogan, who has now been missing for ten days. It is said that Brogan was suffering from mental aberration, for he ...

    Article : 87 words
  33. THE WHEAT BLOCK.

    MOLONG, Tuesday.—Farmers, merchants, and others dealing in wheat continue to complain of the inadequate railway arrangements for sending grain away. Fresh supplies arrive daily, and the ...

    Article : 121 words
  34. REDFERN FORAGE SALES.

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  35. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The Australian Mortgage, Land, and Finance Company, Limited, has received the following cable from the London office, dated. January 13: The prospects are encouraging. Prices expected ...

    Article : 138 words
  36. CURIOUS CASE OF ANTHRAX.

    WAGGA, Tuesday, Afternoon.—A few days ago Mrs. Campbell had the misfortune to run a pin into her hand, just near the lower joint of the thumb. She treated the matter lightly, and ...

    Article : 129 words
  37. SUSPICIOUS DEATH IN ADELAIDE.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday Afternoon.—Although the jury brought in an open verdict respecting the death of Stanley Kennedy, aged 3 years, through suffocation by coal gas, on the premises of ...

    Article : 96 words
  38. FIRE AT YOUNG.

    YOUNG, Tuesday.—A fire occurred this morning at the residence of Mr. R. J. Lawler, completely destroying the weatherboard laundry, in which it originated, and also a quantity of household linen, ...

    Article : 98 words
  39. THE WALGETT BORE.

    WALGETT, Tuesday Afternoon.—Much indignation is expressed at the needless delay in utilising the water from the bore which at present is running to waste. The town supply is derived ...

    Article : 86 words
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