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  3. THE NEW ATTORNEY-GENERAL.

    The gentleman so suddenly elevated to the Attorney-Generalship of New South Wiles has it in his favour that he is an Australian by birth and education; is connected with a large ...

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  4. DIVORCE COURT.

    Mr. Justice Walker this morning .continued the hearing of causes. In the suit brought by Mary Drew, formerly Hennessy for a divorce from George Drew, adultery and desertion were ...

    Article : 501 words
  5. THE CONSPIRACY TRIAL.

    At the Central Criminal Court this morning, before Mr. Justice G. B. Simpson and a jury. the trial of Henry Kitching, Charles Wake, and George Blackmore Philip, who were indicted on ...

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  6. MR. WISE.

    Mr. Wise no longer holds Ministerial office. There were persistent rumours that he would not accept a portfolio From anyone, preferring rather, to have portfolios in his gift than to ...

    Article : 314 words
  7. A DIFFICULTY.

    Margaret Sarah Stewart, formerly Sweeney, petitioned for a divorce from James Stewart, on the ground of drunkenness and non-support. The parties wore married in December, 1881, ...

    Article : 211 words
  8. With A Horsewhip.

    A novel case, in which J. J. Alcock and William Avery were charged with assaulting, in company, C. G. Lawrence, was heard at the Liverpool Police Court. ...

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  9. The New Ministers.

    Of the new Ministers, the Attorney-General (Mr. Gannon), the Chief Secretary (Mr. Perry), and the Minister for Works (Mr. Bennett), had not reached their new departments this ...

    Article : 194 words
  10. FEMALE EMPLOYMENT AND CHILD LABOUR.

    A pathetic feature of the work Just issued by the Government Statistician relative to the Manufacturing Industries of the State is the rapid increase in the employment of child labour, and ...

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  11. MISS ANDERSON'S REPUTATION.

    The Chief Justice and jury were engaged this morning with proceedings brought by Selina Anderson against Henry Beech, storekeeper, of Hill End, plaintiff alleging that defendant ...

    Article : 344 words
  12. Family Notices

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  13. The War.

    The subjoined cable has been received from Baron Komura, by M. K. Iwasaki. Acting Consul-General for Japan:— Admiral Togo's report:— ...

    Article : 154 words
  14. THE NEW MINISTRY,

    MR. WADDELL has decided to preserve continuity. Though Sir John See and Messrs. Wise and Crick will no longer be his colleagues, his Cabinet, to all intents ...

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  15. UNCERTAINTY.

    It Appears to be a characteristic of the presage that new names be given to old diseases. Particularly does this seem to be the case among the "upper ten thousand." if so ...

    Article : 376 words
  16. RED TAPE.

    The Commonwealth Military Forces should presently be the best-ordered organisation possible—if only paper. just as officers and men are doing their utmost to master the new ...

    Article : 219 words
  17. CHINAMEN FOR BRITISH SHIPS.

    In the City of London Court recently, Joseph Brown, a coloured seamas, sued Weddel, Turner, and Company, shipownwes, St. Helen's Place, City, and Cardiff, for £50 damages for breach of ...

    Article : 244 words
  18. BRIGHTON RACES.

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  19. HAIRDRESSERS AT LAW.

    Before the Chief Justice, end jury, in the Banco Court, to-day, James William Jackson, hairdresser, Sydney, sued to recover from Alfred J. Erwin, also a hairdresser, £200, for ...

    Article : 286 words
  20. THE WAR.

    There is news of battle to-day, and of that kind of battle for which the world has been waiting during some years, with a terrible, but natural anxiety. That is a men light between ...

    Article : 399 words
  21. CRICKET.

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  22. THE NEW WALK.

    We shall all have to learn the art of graceful walking over again—a swanlike slide will be our only resource—for in front and at the sides, as well as the back, the Dresses as of to-day are so ...

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