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  2. SHIPPING.

    Aeon, s, 3765 tons, Captain, [?] from Port Pirie, 5.12 p.m. Howard Smith, Ltd., agents. COASTWISE: [?] s, 5.[?] a.m. [?] s, 6.17 a.m. Paterson, s, 6.40 a.m., Pel[?] Main, s, [?] ...

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  3. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 243 words
  4. OVERCOME BY FUMES

    Two employees of Barnet Glass Rubber Co., Ltd, showed great courage to-day when they went to the rescue of a fellow workman who had been Overcome by fumes from ...

    Article : 196 words
  5. DEPARTURES.—Feb. 22.

    Ashridge, s, for Newcastle. 12.2 a.m. Calulu, t, for K[?]la, 12.[?] a.m. Kura[?], s, for Newcastle, 12.9 a.m. Port Huon, m s, for London, via ports, 1.2 a.m. ...

    Article : 164 words
  6. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—Feb. 23.

    Nirvana. s, for London, via ports Tahit[?], R.M.S., for San Francisco, via ports. Waiotapu, s, for Faming Island. Vancouver, and San Francisco, via ports. ...

    Article : 91 words
  7. AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC FEDERATION.

    Consideration ot the special sub-committee's recommendations regarding the selection of personnel of Australia's team for the Olimplc Games of Amsterdam, the appointment of a manager, and suggested means ...

    Article : 107 words
  8. VESSELS DUE TO-DAY.

    [?]ee s, from Queenland ports, (No. 6 whart Darling Harbour.) Koranui, s, from Newcastle, (Margaret-street whart.) Moo[?] R.M.S. from London, via ports. (No. [?] ...

    Article : 73 words
  9. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 927 words
  10. OVERSEA VESSELS IN PORT.

    Aki Maru, J.M.S. No 7 wharf, Walsh Bay. Arafuia, s. No. 9 wharf. Woolloomooloo. Alexa, bqtne. Double Bay. A[?]gv[?]shire, s. Neutral Bay. ...

    Article : 150 words
  11. SWIMMING.

    The [?]st interstate life saving and swimming contest between teams representing the New South Wales and Victorian tramway employees was held to-night in the City Baths. The work of both teams was of ...

    Article : 168 words
  12. CLEARANCES.—Feb. 22.

    Zea[?]dis, s 6682 tons, Captain Entwistle for Hobart. Houtman s, [?]041 tons, Captain Bauer, for Singapore, via Brisbane. Macassar. Sourabava. Samarang, and ...

    Article : 151 words
  13. VICE-REGAL CLUB.

    At Coogee Aquarium baths, the annual swimming carnival of the Vice-regal Club will be held on Friday, March 2. ...

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  14. LATEST MOVEMENTS.

    CHPHEF.—At [?] p.m. to-day the Messageries Maritimes steamer Cephee will sail from No 1[?] wharf. Jones Bat. for Marseille, via ports. COMORIN.—Bound from London for Australian ports ...

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  15. LAWN TENNIS.

    Following is the draw for the combined hard court tennis championships, to be played at Dunn's Courts, Clovelly, to-night:- Championships and Juniors: 7.15. it. McNce v B. ...

    Article : 129 words
  16. THE MAILS.

    Fiji and Fanning Island.—(x) 10 a.m. (Waiotapu) America North, Wellington. N.Z., Raratonga, Tahiti.— (x) 10 a.m. (Tahiti). America (North and South) Wellington, N.Z., ...

    Article : 343 words
  17. AUSTRALIA v ENGLAND.

    The Lawn Tennis Association has provisionally arranged for an England versus Australia match on June 15 and 16 for men, and another for women at Bournemouth on June 8 and 9. ...

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  18. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS.

    The weather continued fine for the South Australian lawn tennis championships to-day. The Victorian visitors are improving in their form, Both O'liara Wood and Schlesinger won their singles, in straight ...

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  19. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    At Liverpool Anchises, s, from Australian ports, en route to Glasgow, (left Sydney Dec. 19); [?] Pre[?] s, from Australian ports en route to hamburg (left Sydney Nov. 30). ...

    Article : 386 words
  20. COAL FOR NEW ZEALAND.

    Having second a contrct for the delivery of 37,[?] tons of Maitland coal at Auckland and Wellington, for the New Zealand railways, Interstate Steamship, Ltd., despatched the first consignment yesterday by the ...

    Article : 63 words
  21. FLOATING BUOY.

    Captain[?]ms of the Burns Philp steamer Marsina, notified the Deputy Director of Navigation (Captain G. D. Williams) yesterday that he had passed a floating block conical buoy, while en route to ...

    Article : 49 words
  22. GREYHOUND RACING.

    To-day at Epping racecourse the Greyhound Coursing Association's meeting, postponed from Saturday last, will be held. Six races at 480 yards, two of 6[?]0 yards, and a hurdles eicnt will comprise the programme. ...

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  23. LEAVING BY THE TAHITI.

    The following passengers are booked by the R.M.S. Tahiti, which leaves for San Francsico, at 4 p.m. to-day, from No, 5 whart Darling Harbour, via Wellington, Rarotonga, and papeete:—Sir, George W. Fuller and ...

    Article : 391 words
  24. ISLSND SHIPPING.

    SUVA (1743m).—Dep: Feb. 22, Asburton, s, for Auckland. ...

    Article : 22 words
  25. ENGLISH MAILS.

    Outward.—Tahiti. closing this day, expected arrive London March 28: Cathay, closing Feb. 28 and 29. expected arrive London March 31; Otranto, closing March 6 and 7, expected arrive London ...

    Article : 216 words
  26. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLIINGTON (12[?]m).—Arr: Feb. 22, Kairanga, s, from Newcastle. Dep: Feb. 22, Port, Chalmers, s, Mamilius, s, for London. ...

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  27. MASCOT MEETING TO-NIGHT.

    The programme arranged by the Australasian Coursing Club for Monday evening, but deterred owing to the postponement of the Saturday ficture, will be submitted at Mascot to-night, commencing at 8 ...

    Article : 55 words
  28. IN TOUCH BY WIRELESS.

    The following vessels should be in touch by wireless to-day.- With Adelaide: Abbekerk, Srkaba, Arooma, Bi[?]mingham City. Chronos, City of Palermo, City of Bay ...

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  29. AUSTRALIAN COURSING ASSOCIATION.

    Meetings have been fixed by the Australian Coursing Association for to-morrow and Saturday, at Hobart Park, Newcastle. Special trams for greyhounds and attendants will ...

    Article : 208 words
  30. AMERICAN MAILS.

    Outward.—Taliti, closing this day, expected arrive San Francisco March 16; Kingara, closing March 8. expected arrive Vane[?]ver March 30; Ventura closing March 10, expected arrive San Francisco, ...

    Article : 147 words
  31. COMING BY MAKAMBO.

    The Burns, Philp steamer Makam[?] en route from the New Hebr[?] to Sydney, arrived this morning, and resumed her voyage later in the day. Passengers from Nor[?] island are:—Mes[?] ...

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  32. BOXING.

    "Billy" McAlister (S[?] 3[?]) successfully defended his Australian, [?]wealth title against the chatlenger. "T[?] Green (8st. 2[?]) at the Sydney Sta[?] last night. The contest was witnessed by a ...

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  33. EPPING NIGHT MEETING.

    There was an increase in the attendance at the Grayhound Coursing Association's meeting at Epping rececourse last night, when nine courses were decided. The hurdle race resulted in an exciting finish, Suncho's ...

    Article : 224 words
  34. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    BRISBANE <[?]m).—Arr: Feb. 23. Himalaya Ma[?] a from Japan, Hi[?] aux ketrh from Melbourne, Otrarto R.M.S. from london. Dep: Feb. 22 Himalaya Maru, s for Sydney Coolana s, for Catherine ...

    Article : 542 words
  35. BASEBALL.

    The Dorrigo Baseball Association has been [?]a ting for some time for two representative tea[?] to visit the district for exhibition games, and a[?] the last meeting of the New South Wales Assoication ...

    Article : 101 words
  36. UMPIRES ASSOCIATION.

    With a record season ahead, the New South Wales Umpires' Association is faced with a probable shortage of members and insufficient to cope with the rapid sproad of the game. The association conducts ...

    Article : 84 words
  37. Advertising

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  38. GOLF.

    The Balgowlah Associates are opening their competition reason on march 8, with an open stroke competition. Entries close with the associate secretary on March 3. ...

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  39. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    In the Papawai title Chaampionship the leading aggreat[?] were:—Mckenzie (N.Z.). 36[?] Johnstone, (N.S.W.) 362; Freak (N.S.W.) 2[?] Swa[?] (N.Z.). [?] Fe[?] (N.Z.). 35[?] Hancock (Vic.). 357. The ...

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