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  3. COMMERCIAL

    Private cables to Sydney make no mention of Liverpool wheat options. Presumably that market is again closed. Australian wheat cargoes in London on Wednesday were 45s to 46s ...

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  4. THE EXPEDITIONARY FORGES.

    The Minister for Defence will in the [?] of a [?] days have something to say regarding the composition of the Second Expeditionary Forces. He wishes it to be understood that ...

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  6. SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES.

    Although the supplies of forage and grain at the Sydney Goods Shed were, this morning, considerably larger than was the case yesterday, no failing-off was noticeable in the [?] ...

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  7. GOVERNOR AT WELLINGTON.

    Sir Gerald Strickland, replying to a civic address of welcome at Wellington, said it was reported by the traditions of the district and of the name of the great man who led the ...

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  8. MOTOR BACK-FIRES.

    A motor waggon belonging to Mr. [?] Bottles, of Narrabeen, was destroyed by fire in [?]-road, Narrabean, about half-past 7 on Wednesday night, the damage done being ...

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  10. PATRIOTIC THEATRICALS.

    While the smartly [?] ladies of the Sydney theatrical profession rattled their money boxes before the liberal citizens who thronged Pitt and Market streets, City, this meeting, about [?] ...

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  11. ENGLISH MAILS.

    The next English mails to arrive in Sydney will be those by the [?] Company's R.M.S. Otway, dated London, Friday, August 7. These [?] which were [?] in Sydney on ...

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  12. COTTAGE BURNED AT MANLY.

    When Mr. Albert Joseph [?] who lived in Collingwood-street, [?] this morning to where his home a [?] weatherboard cottage, stood on Wednesday night, he ...

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  13. WHEAT.

    The following reports show the number of bags of wheat despatched from the stations on the lines in New South Wales during the week ended August 20:— ...

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  14. DESERTED AFTER FOUR WEEKS.

    Katherine Ida Muriel [?], formerly Cooper, sought in the Sydney Divorce Court, before Mr. Justice Gordon, a dissolution of her marriage with Arthur Ernest [?], on the ...

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  15. JERRY DRISCOLL DEAD.

    Jerry Driscoll, who was shot three times in the shoulder by Constable M'Knight, of the Regent-street Police Station, in June last, while evading arrest, died in Sydney Hospital on ...

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  16. ORDERED TO RETURN.

    Annie Malda Muriel Watters, formerly Wirth, applied to Mr. Justice Gordon in the Sydney Divorce Court, for a [?] for restitution of conjugal rights by her husband. Thomas ...

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