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  2. "THE DYING SWAN."

    Before Judge Backhouse, in the District Court yesterday, Maude Wilson, professionally known as Mme. Celinski, of Elizabeth-street, Sydney, brought an action against George Adams, of ...

    Article : 380 words
  3. THE DROUGHT.

    Mild conditions will generally prevail Rain of a showery and thundery type over the eastern half, including the southern highlands; strong westerly currents developing in the southern half, ...

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  4. TUESDAY'S COMMERCIAL

    A more quiet tone prevails in the wheat market, with milling grain firm in Sydney at 4s 3d to 4s 3½d per bushel, and with supplies offering at 4s 3d delivered on country railway station. One ...

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  5. THE COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENT.

    MELBOURNE. Tuesday Afternoon.—Only the House of Representatives sat to-day. The Prime Minister presented a petition from Mr. J. C. Whitelaw, with reference to the ...

    Article : 388 words
  6. KNOCKED DOWN BY A DOOR.

    In the Metropolitan District Court yesterday Helen Ashwin Mitchell, wife of Frederick Newton Mitchell, of Lower Portland, Hawkesbury River, proceeded against the Sydney Harbor Trust ...

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  7. THE SHARE MARKET.

    The London Stock Exchange closed quiet in W.A. gold on Monday: Buyer—Northern Blocks, 52s 6d; Fingalls, £8 13s; Cosmopolitan, 21s 6d. Middle—Perseverance, £12; Lake View Consols, ...

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  8. THE QUEENSLAND BUSHRANGERS.

    The Acting Chief Commissioner of Police in Melbourne and the Inspector-General of Police in Sydney have received the following telegrams from the Queensland Commissioner of Police ...

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  9. STARTING SHEEP.

    Something of the condition of the country, upon which we depend for our cattle and sheep breeding, our wool growing, and much of our meat, will be understood when it is stated that at ...

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  10. HOW THEY OUTWITTED A POLICEMAN.

    The "Northern Miner" (Q.) says: A story con­cerning the Kenniffs, which is current in the dis­trict, describes a policeman, disguised as a shearer, with his pack-horse, fallowing the ...

    Article : 102 words
  11. A COMPANY MATTER.

    The Chief Judge in Equity had before him yesterday a petition for the winding-up of the Eleanora Gold and Antimony Mining Co., No Liability. The petition was presented by William ...

    Article : 329 words
  12. K.S.W. POLICE WARNED.

    GRAFTON, Tuesday.—The Queensland bushrangers are supposed to be in this State, and in consequence the police have been instructed to keep a sharp look-out, especially on the north ...

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  13. THAT SHIPPING COMBINE.

    With reference to the great shipping combine, reported by cable yesterday, the following is a list of the principal lines running between the United States and Europe: Compania ...

    Article : 177 words
  14. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA.

    The thirty-third annual meeting of the members of the Mutual Life Association of Australasia was held at the offices, George and Wynyard-streets, Sydney, on Monday, under the presidency ...

    Article : 491 words
  15. MR. BARTON AND THE PRESS.

    During a short speech at the Town Hall on Monday afternoon, on the occasion of a presenta­tion to Mr. P. J. Craddock, Mr. Edmund Barton (Federal Prime Minister) made reference to ...

    Article : 595 words
  16. THE COMMONWEALTH HORSE.

    A large number of men have reached the camp at the Agricultural Ground, 150 provisionally selected volunteers having arrived on Monday evening. The men have been drafted from nearly all ...

    Article : 274 words
  17. MUSIC IN THE DOMAIN.

    The R.A.A. Band will (weather permitting), perform the following programme in the Outer Domain this afternoon, commencing at 3.30: March. "Danube Greeting" (Gran); overture, "The ...

    Article : 60 words
  18. WYALONG MUNICIPAL TROUBLES.

    WYALONG, Tuesday Afternoon.—The Royal Commission appointed to inquire into municipal matters opened to-day, Acting-Judge Hamilton presiding. There was a large attendance of ...

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  19. THE MILDURA.

    H.M.S. Mildura returned to Farm Cove yesterday from New Zealand. The vessel has been absent from Port Jackson for some months, and will undergo an overhaul. ...

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  20. THE RUNIC.

    Messrs. Dalgety and Company report the receipt of a cable advising the departure of the steamer Runic, of the White Star line, from Liverpool, on the l9th instant for Australia, via. South Africa. ...

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  21. FRUIT.

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  22. SOUTH AFRICAN PERMITS.

    According to Melbourne reports about 4000 persons have been given permits from that State for South Africa. In comparison with these figures the rush from New South Wales is ...

    Article : 102 words
  23. AN ASHFIELD SENSATION.

    The police have received a report of an alleged attempt at a serious offence, said to have been made by a young fellow of about 18 years of age, at Ashfield, on Saturday last. The victim is a ...

    Article : 81 words
  24. THE NEWCASTLE WHARF LABORERS.

    The directors of the Newcastle and Hunter River S.S. Co. met yesterday for the purpose of discussing among other matters a communication received from the Registrar of the Arbitration ...

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  25. CABLE INTERRUPTIONS.

    The Postmaster-General has received the following communications:—"Medan advises: Communication, Seblat-Benkoelen (Sumatra), interrupted." Hongkong advises: "Both routes to ...

    Article : 26 words
  26. ROSEBERY PARK RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 419 words
  27. AN ANGRY VISITOR.

    Georgina Kenny, a woman apparently about 30 years of age, called at the residence of Thomas Lewis Peate, at North Sydney, on Monday afternoon, and asked for some assistance in the way ...

    Article : 134 words
  28. N.S.W. CASUALTIES.

    The following telegraphic despatch has been reserved by the State Premier from the Chief Casualty Officer, Capetown:— Severely wounded, April 11, 1st Scottish ...

    Article : 121 words
  29. STATE EXECUTIVE.

    The Executive Council held a sitting yesterday. The Vice-President, Mr. Suttor, presided. Sir Frederick Darley, although recovering from his recent illness, not yet being well enough to attend ...

    Article : 34 words
  30. REDFERN FORAGE SALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 481 words
  31. BOGUS BETTING.

    MELBOURNE. Tuesday Afternoon.—David John Lewis, who had twice absconded from his bail (once in Sydney), was convicted at the Criminal Court to-day on two charges of obtaining ...

    Article : 74 words
  32. LOST HIS FOOT.

    A serious accident befel a railway shunter at Darling Harbor, named Samuel Lylle, yesterday. While he was at work, a portion of his clothing became caught in the brake of an engine, ...

    Article : 86 words
  33. A FATAL FALL.

    The Parramatta Coroner held an inquest yesterday touching the death of a man named Peat, 26 years of age, which occurred on Monday evening. The' deceased, who was an inmate of the ...

    Article : 76 words
  34. SHIPPING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 296 words
  35. THE PLAGUE.

    A determination has been arrived at to commence cleansing operations in another area. The locality to be subjected to the official overhaul is in Bedfern, and is bounded by Charles, Chelsea, ...

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  36. EXCITING CHASE OF A DESERTER.

    NEWCASTLE, Tuesday Afternoon.—Two members of the local police had rather an exciting chase to-day after a deserter from an Italian ship. During the forenoon the master of the ...

    Article : 135 words
  37. THE NEW BRITAIN MURDERS.

    Further news from New Britain states that on April 6 a large body of settlers, fully armed, set out for the Papaparatava district, with the object of inflicting severe ...

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  38. THE PORT CRAWFORD.

    The ship Port Crawford arrived in Sydney Harbor yesterday from Newcastle, for repairs. This vessel was one of the three which recently Buffered In Newcastle Harbor, owing to a severe ...

    Article : 66 words
  39. FROM SOUTH AFRICA.

    The transport Manchester Merchant, which is returning to Sydney from South Africa, via ports, with soldiers on board, arrived at Albany yesterday, after a passage of 18 days. ...

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  40. THE BOTANY MYSTERY.

    The man who was found in an unconscious state at Sir Joseph Banks' Grounds, Botany, on Sunday evening, and who died at the Sydney Hospital on Monday, has not yet been identified, although ...

    Article : 156 words
  41. FATAL SHOOTING ACCI­DENT.

    HILLGROVE, Tuesday.—A sad snooting accident occurred on Saturday at Jeogla. Thomas Purcell, 16, and James Briggs, 22. were out shooting, and Purcell accidentally shot Briggs ...

    Article : 112 words
  42. LITHGOW COAL TRADE.

    LITHGOW, Tuesday.—The coal trade of the lithgow Valley Collieries has of late shown a rather brighter tendency. Shipping orders of some consequence continue to come to hand. Last ...

    Article : 121 words
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    Our Lithgow correspondent wires: Work at the Burraga Lloyd Smelting Works is going in full swing. The works manager (Mr. M Morgan) states that the output of the ...

    Article : 51 words
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