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  3. Family Notices

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  4. LOVELY PAPUA.

    Papua, tho Commonwealth's only appendage—the one permanently black patch on the white ideal—is in many respects a most fascinating country. In no sense is it drab or ...

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  5. "MAN OVERBOARD."

    A magisterial inquiry was held on Saturday morning into the death of William Malcolm, second officer of the steamer Burwah, who was lost overboard in a gale off Sydney Heads on ...

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  6. NORTHERN MINES.

    The Minister for Labour (Mr. Carmichael) has asked the Hunter River District Colliery Proprietors' Association whether the proprietors are prepared to accept a subsidiary court ...

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  7. TRAIN DELAYS.

    The suburban railway passenger traffic approached closer to normal conditions on Saturday than any day during last week. It is stated by the officer in charge of the Central ...

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  8. THE ELECTIONS. MR. EDDEN ON THE REFERENDUM.

    Mr. A. Edden, Minister for Mines, and Messrs. T. S. Crawford and A. R. Gardiner, Ms.L.A., addressed an open-air meeting last evening on the referendum. ...

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  9. STABBING AFFRAY.

    A stabbing affray occurred in a restaurant in Elizabeth-street on Saturday night, as a result of which Edward Kiely now lies in Sydney Hospital in a serious condition, and a ...

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  10. THE LATE FATHER BEATING.

    The body of the Rev. Father Keating, S.J., rector of St. Ignatius' College, Riverview, was conveyed from the Lewisham Hospital to the college on Frlday, and was received by the ...

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  11. CASUALTIES. BABY ASPHYXIATED.

    Edward Birmingham Hobson, the five-months-old son of Edward and Teresa Hobson, of 114 Cooper-street, Waterloo, was smothered during his mother's absence on ...

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  12. CANBERRA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—It appears that my letter, published in the "Herald" of the 10th instant, has not ended the controversy as to whether Canborra is an aboriginal or a freak name. I am at a ...

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  13. LITTLE BOY KILLED.

    Francis Oliver, 7½ years of age, lately residing with his parents at 66 Campbell-street, Camperdown, was killed when he fell about 14 feet on Friday morning. ...

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  14. ELECTORAL SCANDAL.

    "So Mr. O'Malley is alleged to be interfering with the officials who have to conduct the ballot in his own division? I heard of the matter when over there the other day. Great ...

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  15. CAUGHT IN BELTING.

    Harry Cooke, aged 17, met with a serious accident at Wescott's carriage factory. He went up a short ladder to put a belt on a small pulley, when his apron was caught in the ...

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  16. WHARF LABOURER KILLED.

    George Cross, a wharf labourer, employed on the German steamer Hanau, fell down the steamer's hold on Saturday receiving such injuries that he died in the General Hospital ...

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  17. SHOOTING ACCIDENT.

    Robert Dival, aged 12 years, was shooting with a companion named Musgrave on Saturday afternoon at South Bathurst, when a pea rifle carried by Musgrave accidentally ...

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  18. CRUSHED BY BULLOCK WAGGON.

    The three-year-old son of Mr. W. Round[?] a farmer at Springfield, near Scottsdale, wa[?] killed yesterday afternoon by a bullock dray in which he was riding overturning and ...

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  20. NORWAY'S NATIONAL DAY.

    A reception was held at the Norwegian Consulate between 11 a.m. and noon on Saturday, in honour of the National Day of Norway. It was on May 17, 1814, that Norway ...

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  21. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—My attention has been called to the disputed meaning of this word. Although my late father, Charles Campbell, M.L.C., and other relatives resided on it from 1825, the ...

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  22. NEW CHURCH.

    On Sunday afternoon Archbishop Kelly visited Tempe, and officially opened and blessed the new Catholic Church and Presbytery of Saints Peter and Paul. The buildings ...

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  23. SUNKEN FERRY STEAMER.

    The Balmain New Ferry Company's steamer, Birkenhead, which sank off Dawes Point after crashing into the temporary pontoon for the Parramatta River ferry, in Circular ...

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  24. AUSTRALIA'S "FRONT DOOR."

    Among the passengers by the steamer Eastern, which arrived on Saturday morning from China, was Brigadier-General Gordon, chief of the general staff, who has been ...

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  25. VOTE "NO."

    Sir,—May I ask for space in your columns to express my regret that a leaflet addressed "To Women" should contain misleading instructions. At the time of its ...

    Article : 115 words
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