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  2. TO-DAY'S COMMERCIAL.

    The Sydney wheat market is quiet, buyers offering 3s a bushel (Sydney) for prime old grain, and sellers asking 3s Id. Supplies at the moment are principally from Berrigan. Finley, Corowa, ...

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  4. THE SHARE MARKET.

    Private cables slate the closing quotations in London on Wednesday:—Copper, £99 a ton; tin, £194; lead, £19 10s. The Budgery' market opened In Sydney with ...

    Article : 406 words
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    Edward Durnan, the Canadian oarsman, who has come to Australia to row George Towns for the Championship of the World. (Photo, by Wiley, Brisbane.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. A PASSENGER'S WARDROBE.

    Wm. Mackie and Joseph Cartmel appeared before Mr. Isaacs, S.M., at the Water Police Court, this morning, charged with stealing from the steamer Miltiades, between Capetown ...

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  8. SHIRE COUNCIL NOMINATIONS.

    COONAMBLE, Thursday.—Following are the nominations for the Wingadee Shire Council:—Riding A: Henry P. Blake, J. A. Feehan, A. A. Feehan, A. A. Loughnan, W. G. Taylor. The ...

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  10. NEW SOUTH WALES GOLD YIELD

    A return furnished by the Under-Secretary for Mines shows that the New South Wales gold yield for October is valued at f144,031, as compared with f13,341 for the same month ...

    Article : 398 words
  11. MME. SHERWIN.

    Mme. Amy Sherwin and concert party, including Mr. Arnold Gange, the new young Scotich bass singer, and Mr. Clement Harvey, pianist, arrived in Sydney by the Melbourne express this ...

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  12. WATERED SPIRITS.

    Edward Sullivan, licensee of the Australian Inn Hotel, Botany and Buckland streets, Water loo, was proceeded against at Redfern Police Court for selling a sample of whisky' and one ...

    Article : 139 words
  13. FISH AS POULTRY FOOD.

    Much publicity has been given to a Consular report from Norway eclarging upon the virtues of fish as a food for poultry. The discovery is by no means an entirely new one. In the ...

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  14. BLIND MAN DECAPITATED.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—William Doultree, 21, a blind tea agent, was found on the railway line at Richmond this morning decapitated. His head was lying five feet from the body. Deceased left home yesterday to go to Prahran, and apparently lost bis way, and got on to tbe line. ...

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  15. MR. REID AT HAY.

    HAY, Thursday.—Mr. G.H. Reid, M.P., addressed a crowded meeting last night, and met with an enthusiastic reception, .He dealt at length with various questions, and declared ...

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  16. THE ENGLISH MAIL.

    The Orient Company's R.M.S. Ophir, carrying the English mail, dated to October 12, arrived at Fremantle this morning. The Sydney portion of the mails will be delivered on ...

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  17. MINERS AND MANAGERS' CONFERENCE.

    BROKEN HULL, Thursday.—A conference between the delegates of the Miners' Union and the mine managers was held last night, to discuss the question of wages. The conference ...

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  18. STATION GARDENS.

    In the railway station garden competition, just concluded the Clarence Station was awarded the championship, while Chatswood, Hill top, Albury, Guyra, Nowra, and Forbes secured ...

    Article : 210 words
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  22. SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES.

    On account of the Wet weather there was only a small attendance of buyers at the produce sale held in the Sydney Goods Shed Cental [?] Station, this morning. competition was [?] A ...

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