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  2. STRANGE ALLEGATIONS.

    A middle-aged man, Edwin William James Parsons, appeared before Judge Docker and a jury at the Darlinghurst Sessions this morning on a charge of bigamy ...

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  3. LATEST EDITION.

    Constable Kelly, in cross-examination stated that Mrs. Wainwright said she used the stuft for sores. She did not say she used it on horses. Witness asked her to come to ...

    Article : 485 words
  4. Advertising

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  5. FALL FROM A TEAM.

    Before his Honor Judge Backhouse and a jury of four, in the District Sourt this morning. Mrs. Elisabeth Fairweather proceeded against the Commissioner for Railways and ...

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  6. CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS.

    A beginning was made with the Australasian championship lawn tennis tournament at the Sydney Cricket Ground this afternoon. Events will be played there each day this week until ...

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  7. DIVORCE COURT.

    Mr. Justice Simpson this morning continued the hearing of cases in the Sydney Divorce Court. In the salt brought by Catherin Blum ...

    Article : 143 words
  8. DIDN'T LOVE HIM AS A WIFE SHOULD.

    A suit for restitution of conjugal rights was brought by William Edward Loan, a commission agent, against Ethel Kate Loan, formerly Mackenzie ...

    Article : 273 words
  9. BROKEN HILL WAGES.

    BROKEN HILL, Monday.—The manager of the Proprietary Mine posted a notication today that, owing to the combined unions not agreeing to meet the company, the mine would ...

    Article : 71 words
  10. THE SHARE MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,062 words
  11. NEW PUBLIC WORKS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 253 words
  12. A FISHERMAN'S LOSS.

    YASS, Monday.—Mr. George Davis, of Gounyan, while fishing in the Murrmbidgee, had caught three fish, weighing 201b, 71b, and 5lb, and laid them in the grass, near the sulky ...

    Article : 95 words
  13. SPORTING ITEMS.

    The racing mare Lady Busy was this morning disposed of to Mr. Learmont for 35gs. An offer of 200gs for the racehorse Clarando was refused; as was an otter of 20gs for Margaret ...

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  14. BADE HIM GOOD-BYE.

    Jessie Havelock Robertson, formerly Middleton, petitioned for a divorce from Stuart Edward Robertson, on the ground of desertion ...

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  15. THE WEATHER.

    Commonwealth Weather Bureau Forecast:—Isolated thunder on the southern highlands and showers on the coast, east to north Triads; cool southerly change over western districts, gradually extending eastward ...

    Article : 222 words
  16. Tram Conductor in Trouble.

    Sydney Albert Green, a tram conductor, was charged at the Central Police Court this afternoon, with having attempted to steal one shilling, a purse, a cigarette-holder, a piece of ...

    Article : 506 words
  17. HE PASSED HER BT.

    It was on the ground of desertion that Alice Christina Coles, formerly Doodson, applied for a dissolution of her marriage with Percy Coles ...

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  18. DEATH THROUGH A PIECE OF STRING.

    A finding of accidental death was returned at an inquest into the death of a 2-year-old boy named Henry John Walters, lately residing with his parents at 101 Cooper-street ...

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  19. LATE SHIPPING.

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  20. Caught by the Tide.

    A picnic party of two young men, their wives, and three children, residents of the Giehe, had a rather unpleasant experience near Manly on Sunday afternoon ...

    Article : 225 words
  21. The Harden of N.S.W.

    The North Coast district is constantly referred to as the garden of New South Wales. It is a rich country, but from accounts received at Sydney this morning the front door to portion ...

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  22. SYDNEY WOOL SALES.

    Sydney wool auctions were continued this afternoon at the Wool Exchange Rooms, Bridge-street, when two heavy catalogues, comprising 8787 bales, were offered—Goldsbrough, Mort, and ...

    Article : 111 words
  23. NO. 1 MAIN.

    At a special meeting of the Water and Sewerage Board this morning the Engineer-in-Chief (Mr. Small) presented a report, in which he recommended further appropriation of £2500 to ...

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  24. A PILOT IN QUARANTINE.

    The captain, officers, and crew of the steamer Falls of Orchy, which vessel arrived at Sydney on Sunday, from Newcastle, are ashore at the Quarantine Station, North Head. Captain ...

    Article : 157 words
  25. HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES.

    Heavy supplies of sheep and lambs are the rule at Homebush of late, and this afternoon 63,261 were listed for sale, from 123 owners, and 47,557 were penned. As usual, the supply ...

    Article : 293 words
  26. A ROUGH TRIP.

    Captain Boyle, master of the steamer Burwah, which arrived at Sydney this morning from Rockhampton, Queensland, via ports, states that a rough trip was experienced. A high ...

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  27. FIRE IN KING-STREET.

    The Metropolitan Fire Brigade received a call shortly before 2 o'clock this afternoon to proceed to premises at 111 King-street, city. On arrival it was found that a small outbreak ...

    Article : 95 words
  28. SURF RESCUES AT MANLY.

    Owing to the heavy sea running on the Ocean Beach at Manly on Sunday the conditions for surf bathing were most unpleasant, and the life-saving brigade of the Manly Surf Club put ...

    Article : 140 words
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    The unfinished games in the telegraphic chess match. New South Wales v. Queensland, have been adjudicated, with the result that the New South Wales team won by seven games to ...

    Article : 37 words
  30. Advertising

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  31. BLUETT V. TAYLOR.

    The hearing was concluded in the No. 2 Jury Court this afternoon, before Mr. Justice Pring and a jury, of the action in which William Philip Bluett sued George Augustus Taylor for ...

    Article : 58 words
  32. SAILED INTO PORT.

    The Norwegian ship Scottish Minstrel, from South Australia, arrived off Sydney Heads this morning and signalled for a pilot. Captain Anderson of the South Head staff, was placed on ...

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  33. N.S.W. GOLD YIELD.

    The usual return furnished by the Undersecretary for Mines shows that the gold yield recorded for this State for the month of November is 17,641oz crude, equal to 13,216oz ...

    Article : 108 words
  34. VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.—In consequence of the no-confidence motion carried in the Victorian Legislative Assembly last week, the House was dissolved to-day. The general ...

    Article : 133 words
  35. SALE OF A STRANDED BARQUE.

    The wreck of the barque Aldea, as she now lies at Surprise Island, was sold this morning in Sydney by Fraser, Uther, and Company to Einerson Brothers for the sum of £80. The ...

    Article : 129 words
  36. A JETTY DAMAGED.

    BYRON BAY, Monday.—A portion of the jefty was carried away by the Orara on Saturday evening, and caused the steamer some delay and loss. The jetty is unstable, and ...

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  37. SYDNEY'S NEW MARKETS.

    The City Building Surveyor (Mr. Brodrick) has completed the plans for the erection of the newmarkets in Hay and Engine streets. The vegetable section will be erected first, so ...

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  38. FROM SHERBROOKE TO BULLI.

    The Engineer-in-Chief at a meeting of the Water and Sewerage Board has submitted a report with regard to the cost of repairs to roads and bridge crossings from Sherbrooke to Bulli ...

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