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  2. BREVITIES.

    There is an all-round advance in the price of Victorian coal. James Flood, the jockey, better known as "Tot" Flood, died at Caulfield (Vic.) yesterday. ...

    Article : 1,491 words
  3. PATRIOTIC MATINEE.

    The benefit entertainment engineered by Mr. J. C. Williamson, in aid of the Patriotic Fund and the movement initiated by Lady Randolph Churchill tc equip an hospital ship for ...

    Article : 412 words
  4. DOINGS IN DIVORCE.

    The further hearing of consolidated suite, in which Camilla Donohue, formerly Carter, and Francis Joseph Arthur Louis Donohue, a journalist, were the parties, was continued this ...

    Article : 614 words
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  6. NEW CALEDONIA.

    If the speech of the Governor of New Caledonia at a banquet tendered to him on the eve of his leaving that settlement be taken as inspired, the cessation of the consignment of convicts to there ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 313 words
  7. FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

    NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.—A railway collision between two coal trains occurred at Hamilton last evening, resulting in the death of the driver, W. Burke. It is to form the subject of a departmental inquiry. The ...

    Article : 70 words
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  9. RESIGNATION OF A COUNCIL CLERK.

    At last night's meeting of the Petersham Council a letter was read from Mr. F. A. Morgan, the council clerk, tendering his resigna-tion, to take effect from the 31st instant. In ...

    Article : 213 words
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    Mrs. Heloise Paddison, of Perth, N.S.W., has died in Bathurst Hospital from the effects of having swallowed a quanity of carbolic acid. Mr. Alexander Lambert, a native of Bolwarra, ...

    Article : 750 words
  11. THE TRANSVAAL.

    Writing on the situation on Monday, we said: "Why has not Lord Methuen advanced more "quickly, despite his having won every engagement? The answer is obvious: his losses have ...

    Article : 1,435 words
  12. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 183 words
  13. THE BUDGET.

    Our protectionist morning contemporary is responsible for the preliminary interest which has been aroused concerning the Financial Statement promised for to-night. Some weeks back it threw ...

    Article : 518 words
  14. YESTERDAY'S CUSTOMS.

    The Customs revenue received at Sydney yesterday was £13.846, distributed as follows:—Spirits, £2756; wine. £57: ale, perter, and beer. £114; tobacco, cigars, and cigarettes, ...

    Article : 188 words
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    THE innate conservatism of mankind when it sets itself 10 the task of governing in any form whatever is shown by the reluctance of Parliaments to after their methods, even ...

    Article : 949 words
  16. THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO NEWCASTLE.

    NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.—The arrangements for the Governor's visit to Newcastle have now been completed, and everything promises to pass off smoothly. His ...

    Article : 108 words
  17. HIGH FREIGHT RATES.

    Some months ago, several chipping agents in Victoria made shipping contracts for forward delivery of new-season wheat. Information is to hand this morning in Sydney that in several in ...

    Article : 381 words
  18. ANOTHER REVOLVER ACCIDENT.

    A watchman named Richard Walsh, 48, residing in Abercrombie-street, was charging a revolver last night, when the weapon fell and exploded, the bullet parsing. through one of ...

    Article : 168 words
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  20. NEW BROOMS.

    Whether the new Government of South Australia, with Mr. Solomon at its head, and a majority of one, will survive long enough, to carry out its programme, remains to be seen, but, at any rate, ...

    Article : 387 words
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