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  2. MAN SHOT DEAD.

    A man named Herbert Wilson was last night shot dead in a vacant allotment near Robey- Street, Mascot. Henry Harold Armastrong is at present in ...

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  4. ALL SAINTS'.

    The Right Rev. Dr. Long presided at the annual prize-giving at All Saints' College yesterday afternoon. There was a large attendance, the ladies ...

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  5. Alleged Theft.

    Herbert John Francis Hogan (18) was charged at the Police Cpurt yesterday morning with the theft of a gold ring, valued at [?]2/10/. The property of Annio ...

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  6. ST. MARY'S.

    The entertainment provided by the pupils of St.Mary's College in the school hall last evening was undoubtedky the finest in the history of the school. ...

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  7. BIG BLAZE.

    At a late hour last night one of the most magnificently spectacular conflagrations ever seen on Sydney took place. At about half-past in the fire broke ...

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  8. Pensions for Christmas.

    Monday next is pension day a fact which old age peusioners should bear in mind if they want their money for the holidays. Monday is the only day ...

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  9. “K”Company.

    The medals won in the Contenary Hordern match at the last N.R.A. meeting at Randwick by K Company (Bathurst) cadets were distributed in ...

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  10. CHARGE OF MURDER.

    At the Redfern Court to-day, Henry Armstrong (26) was charged with the murder of Wilson by shooting him with a revilver. Mr. Abigail. For the defence, in ...

    Article : 143 words
  11. Where the variety of Xmas Presents Are.

    Everybody is talking about the splendid variety of Xmas Goods at Edgley's . and the really low prices. From Dolls that are exceptionally ...

    Article : 119 words
  12. REMARKABLE OCCRRENCE.

    A child was born yesterday with a sowing needle protruding from its left thigh. The mother remembered having swallowed the needle since when two ...

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  13. THE DANGER OF FIRE.

    Mr.W.G. Ward mentioned the tlangers of dropping a lighted match to the city fathers in a communication received at the Council deliberations on ...

    Article : 141 words
  14. POLITICAL "BLUFF.".

    The game of " bluff" plays an important part in most walks of life, and it is certainly, gaining in favor in matters political. "Bluff" was strongly to ...

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  15. WOMEN IN CHINESE DENS'.

    Three white woman arrested yesterday on a charge of vagrancy in Chinese dens at Waterloo were to day He fore the Redfern Police Court. Two ...

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  16. “SCAB.”

    A ship's firman and seaman were fined [?]1 each at the Central Court to-day on a charge of offensive behavior. ...

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  17. The Shooting of Miss I nnes.

    It is now know that the bullet wound which almost cost Miss Innes her rife at Bathurst South on Wednesday was the result of insufficient Knowledge ...

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  18. POSTACE STAMPS.'

    In the House of Representatives today, Mr.Fisher accued the Government of printing only 100,000 of new stamp issue. Dealers, he declared, were ...

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  19. THE MAITLAND CONTEST.

    Mr. Fletcher who unsuccessfully contested the Maitland scat for Labor, has acting on counsel's advice, seceded to appeal to the Elections and ...

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  20. FEDERAL POSITION.

    The most important question in Federal Parliament at present is what is to be done by the Government in regard to the next session. Opinion is ...

    Article : 294 words
  21. NEW TRIAL ORDERED.

    At the Criminal Appeal Court to-day Cecil Izzard, who had been sentenced to two years for stealing a quantity of photographic material from Hall's ...

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  22. TRANS-CONTINENTAL RAILWAY.

    In the Senate to-day Senator McColl announced that the Westralian Government, which had secured the contract for the supply of 1,700,000 sleepers for ...

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  23. RECORD HEART.

    Exceptional heat. Which is stated to be a record for Australia, has been experienced at Mungindi. ...

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  24. " FOR AN OTHER THREE YEARS.

    Speaking at St.Mary's College last night the Very Rev. Father O'Reilly remarked that there was something about the atmosphere of a Catholic ...

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  25. THE FEDERAL BANK.

    Mr. Miller the Governor of the Commonwealth Bank, returned to-day after an extensive tour on behalf of the bank. He said the public were at the back of ...

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  26. CHAIRMAN OF WAGES BOARDS.

    Mr. G.S. Beeby has received an appointment as chairman of the Food Distribution and Tramway Clerical Workers wages boards. ...

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  27. IMPATIENT PASSENGERS.

    A passenger train on the North Shore line last night refused to ascond the slone in the minutes wait in the ...

    Article : 80 words
  28. “HISTORICAL RECORDS.”

    Chief Justice McMillan, sitting in the Full Court to-day, refused to allow counsel to quote from “Hansard”. Counsel pleaded that under the ...

    Article : 108 words
  29. Local and General.

    A meeting of the Pigeon, Canary, and Cage Bird Society was held last night, when it was decided to hold a two days' show on January 23 and 24. Schedules ...

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  30. AUSTRALIAN SCIENTIST ABROAD.

    Professor Payne of the Engineering School of the University of Melbourne, will visit Berlin on January 3 to inspect the technical education institutions. ...

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  31. HOME RULE BILL.

    It is announced that negotiations between the Government and the Opposition regarding the Home Rule Bill have not met with any success. ...

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  32. Repairing Streets.

    It is pleasant to note that the Coun­cil have a number of hands on making broken roadways good. Howick-street. is beginning to look much bettor ...

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  33. KAISER'S IMMORAL STATUE.

    Picture postcards bearing reproductions of a[?]statue entitled “Grace”have been sbized by the Berlin police as being dangerous to public morals. ...

    Article : 51 words
  34. RIOT THREATENED.

    For some days the feeling of resent men to against the free-laborers who are working the Union Company's steamers has been growing and individual fights ...

    Article : 183 words
  35. Bowling Team for Dubbo.

    The following players are requested to be on the Bathurst railway station at 3 sharp to-morrow morning to proceed to Dubbo to play in the ...

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  36. THE LIGHTED MATCH.

    Mr.T.Durack complained to last Council meeting “of act of vandalism perpetrated at top of Russell-street. Three small pines had been fired; one ...

    Article : 217 words
  37. POSTAL STRIKE POSTPONED.

    The conference of postal employees has decided to postpone any question of taking drastic action until an appeal has been made to Parliament. ...

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  38. Caring for the Little Ones.

    The child which was found near the river a few days ago is now under the watchful eyes of the matron and her assistants at the Salvation Army Home ...

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  39. THEFT OF THE MONA LISA.

    The French detectives who are inquir­ing- into the- theft.qf the Monn. Lisa from the Louvre have reported ' that 'Henri Rcrugia, the suspected^ thief, had nn accomplice, an Italian!-workman, who had the picture -ia hisr possession for some time. ...

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  40. PERSONAL.

    Previous to breaking up for the holidays, the day pupils of the Williams Business College Bathurst, presented their teacher with a valuable shorthand ...

    Article : 265 words
  41. The First Stoam Flour Mill.

    Mr.T.B. Mockett, of Parkcs. Writes to the “Sun”-In your issue of 26th ult. I read an article under the heading “Bathurt's Birthday,”and being a ...

    Article : 126 words
  42. DR. KELLY ON THE COVERNOR.

    At St. John's School Hall, in Kent-street. Archbishop Kelly commented upon Sir Gerald Strickland's speech at the School Teachers' Conference on ...

    Article : 176 words
  43. TOOK [?]5000 AND COT.

    A cashier of the Paris office of the New York “Herald”has disappeard with [?]5000 of the firm's cash. ...

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  44. CORPORATION SALEYARDS.

    The sanitary inspector (Mr.R. Evans) reported to the last Council meeting that the stock varded at the saleyards during the fortnight were fat cattlr 194, ...

    Article : 75 words
  45. Burraga Copper Mines.

    Says the “Bulletin”:—Lloyd Copper Burraga hundreds by a recent fire; insurance covered the rest. But the ...

    Article : 202 words
  46. ACROBAT SHOT.

    At Cooma to-day Fredcriek Alton (35) late of New Zealand was found at an hotel with a pea-rifle wound in the temple. Alton was one of a family ...

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  47. DOMINION TROUBLE.

    Today's procession comprised only 03 strikers. The Government steamer Tutenaki is leaving Wellington to-day under sealed order. It is understood ...

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  48. RECOUNT FOR HARTLEY.

    The secretary of the Hartley Liberty Loague states that he has made arrangements for a recount of Hartley local option poll. The league is not satisfied ...

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  49. ANOTHER BIG BLAZE.

    A disastrous fire occurred at the large sawmills in Tekopuru to-day. The dam age is estimated at [?]40,000. Stacks of timer valued at [?]80,000 were saved. ...

    Article : 73 words
  50. SAN FRANCISCO EXPOSITION.

    There is some hope that the British Government will agree to take part in the San Francisco Exposition of 1015 to San celebrate the opening of the Panama Canal. ...

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  51. CRYSTAL PALACK PURCHASED

    The purchase of Crystal Palace for Mation has been completed. Lord Ply mouth having agreed to take [?]30,000 less than the [?]230,000 paid for the ...

    Article : 37 words
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