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  2. MELBOURNE SPORTING.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday Morning.—The weather this morning was cold, but fine, about the best experienced during the past week at Flemington. There is no end of horses in work ...

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  4. RANDWICK TRAINING.

    Early visitors to the track were greeted with keen blasts from the west, which made one think that it was about the middle of winter. The outer part of the course proper ...

    Article : 221 words
  5. THE RIFLE MATCHES.

    "One Who Knows" writes:—In a recent "Evening News," a country rifleman gave his opinions on the prize list in the shooting matches, and represented that the younger ...

    Article : 516 words
  6. TATTERSALL'S SWEEPS.

    The railway engine sheds at Rotorua, N.Z., have been destroyed by fire. Two locomotives were burnt. The weather has again caused a ...

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  7. RETURN OF SANDOW.

    After, touring for nearly eighteen months through Australia, India, Africa, China, and other countries in the East, where he spread the gospel of physical culture, Eugen Sandow ...

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  8. "'EAR, 'EAR."

    A casual look round St. James Hall last night, when Mr. G. H. Reid began speaking on self culture before a gathering organised by the Sydney University Women's League, which was ...

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  9. A NOISY BRIDGE.

    There is situated somewhere in Leichhardt an old wooden bridge which lately seems to have been misconducting itself, and causing no end of trouble in its vicinity ...

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  10. CONCERT AT LEICHHARDT.

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  12. LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONING.

    It may soon be possible for a person in London to converse through the telephone with an acquaintance in Rome, 1100 miles away. Professor Majorama has invented a new ...

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    James Sealand, a coal lumper, who lives in Gloucester-street, City, fell down the hold of the collier Mount Kembla. and fractured his skull, several ribs, and his left thigh ...

    Article : 83 words
  14. MEN AND WOMEN.

    Mr. Reid last night concluded bis address on self-culture at St. James' Hall, by reading from a little notebook his own views on human types. These were as follow ...

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  16. DIAL ENGINEERING EMPLOYEES' PICNIC.

    The employees of Messrs, J. Heine and Son, George-street, Redfern held their annual picnic at Correy's Gardens. A number of visitors were present, also many members of the fair ...

    Article : 224 words
  17. WEDNESDAY'S MAILS.

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  18. RAILWAY STATION ON FIRE.

    WERRIS CREEK, Tuesday.—The railway station here narrowly escaped destruction by fire last night. Between 6 and 7 o'clock flames were discovered issuing from the roof of the ...

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  19. NEW COMPANIES.

    The following companies, have lately been registered in New South Wales, under the Limited Liability Act. viz.: Clements Tonic,, limited, with a capital of £20,000, in £1 shares, acquires rights to ...

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