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  2. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. GROUNDS OF ATTACK.

    The attack which the Opposition will make on the Government will have a wide range. There will be a regular succession of broadsides. ...

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  4. EASTBOURNE TRAGEDY.

    John Williams, who was arrested in connection with the shooting of Inspector Walls, who went to the house of the Countess Sztaray in Eastbourne on the night of the 9th inst, ...

    Article : 174 words
  5. SHIPPING.

    Wonganella, s, 39[?]8 tons captain Wilson, from Ocean Island. Passengers—Mrs. Darbyshire, Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. Peacock and child, Mr. Tarvan, Mr. Padley, Mr. Staffan, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Macording[?] and Mr. ...

    Article : 105 words
  6. GOOD ROADS.

    The following are the amendments which the Minister for Works proposes to insert in the Local Government Act in order to carry out the announcement he made last week ...

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  7. FRUIT GROWERS.

    The Australasian Fruitgrowers' Conference met yesterday in the R.A.S. rooms, Ocean House. The president, Mr. J. Nield, again occupied the chair, and there was a full muster ...

    Article : 1,280 words
  8. MILITARY CAMP.

    Colonel Kenneth Mackay, who has just made preliminary arrangements for an encampment of 1000 men in the Federal territory, returned to Sydney yesterday evening, after having ...

    Article : 438 words
  9. DEPARTURES.—Oct. 23.

    Paloona, s, for Newcastle. Harpalian, s, for Newcastle. Bielefeld, s, for Hamburg, via ports. Konoowarra, s, for Melbourne, via Newcastle. ...

    Article : 39 words
  10. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—Oct. 24.

    Mimiro, s, for Liverpool and London, via ports; Victoria, s, for Auckland; Eden, s, and Merimbula, s, for South Coast; Macquarie, s, for Port Mecquarie; Hunter, s, for Newcastle; Friendship, s, for the Tweed ...

    Article : 46 words
  11. CLEARANCES.—Oct. 23.

    Maunganui, s, 7527 tons, for Wellington, via Newcastle. Levuka, s, 6129 tons, for Fiji. Burwah, s, 2273 tons, for Brisbane and ...

    Article : 124 words
  12. TWENTY-FOUR HOURS' TRUCE.

    The Government announces that Federal troops have occupied portion of Vera Cruz, which was recently captured by General Diaz, and a truce has been signed for 24 hours. ...

    Article : 61 words
  13. MOVEMENTS OF OVERSEA VESSELS.

    Armand [?]e[?]c, F.M.S., left Suez on Tuesday, en route from Marseilles to Noumea, via Australian ports. Rotenfels, s (U.S. and A.S.S. line), sailed from New York on Tuesday, for Melbourne, Sydney, and New ...

    Article : 87 words
  14. BREWERS' EXHIBITION.

    In regard to the awards in the wine section at the Brewers' Exhibition the following correction has been made:—The winner in class F was Penfold and Company, South Australia; ...

    Article : 53 words
  15. ZEALANDIA'S PASSENGERS.

    The R.M.S. Zealandia, from Vancouver, arrived at midnight. The passengers for Sydney are:—Mesdames Knight, Dobell, Day, Russell, Grimwade, Coane, Robertson, Littlejohn, Greenberg, Austin, Hicks, Curran, ...

    Article : 266 words
  16. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

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  17. DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND.

    There was a large gathering at the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, City-road, yesterday afternoon, on the occasion of the fifty-first annual meeting, over ...

    Article : 1,214 words
  18. AMATEUR ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY.

    The Sydney Amateur Orchestral Society reopened after a brief period of suspension at the Town Hall last night. Everyone with the true interests of music at heart rejoiced to ...

    Article : 783 words
  19. YOUTHS WITH REVOLVERS.

    Two youths, armed with revolvers, held up the manager of a wine shop at Balham, and attempted to rob the till. A neighbouring shopkeeper, however, came ...

    Article : 50 words
  20. FRANCE AND ITALY.

    France has recognised Italy's sovereignty over Tripoli and Cyrena[?]ca, and negotiations are now proceeding for an agreement respecting French interests in Tripoli and Italian ...

    Article : 42 words
  21. NEW COASTAL STEAMER.

    The Illawarra and South Coast S.N. Company has received advice that their new steamer Bermagui, now on its maiden voyage from the United Kingdom to Australia, passed Thursday Island yesterday ...

    Article : 67 words
  22. THE CZAREWITCH ILL.

    The Czarewitch is suffering from an injury to the groin, the result of an accident. SPALA (Russian Poland), Oct. 23. The high temperature and the rapid pulse of ...

    Article : 44 words
  23. LYELL DISASTER.

    At the annual banquet of the Australasian Institute of Mining Engineers, Broken Hill branch, last night, the president, Mr. R. J. Donaldson, referred to the Mount Lyell ...

    Article : 180 words
  24. MARATHON'S ALTERATIONS.

    The Aberdeen liner Marathon, which left Plymouth on Sunday last, en route from London to Australia, has undergone a number of alterations since her last visit here. She has been fitted out with two ...

    Article : 68 words
  25. CANADIAN MINISTRY.

    Mr. F. D. Monk, K.C., Minister of Public Works, has resigned office in the Dominion Ministry. Mr. Chase Casgrain will probably succeed ...

    Article : 30 words
  26. R.M.S. OTWAY DUE TO-DAY.

    The Orient Company's R.M.S. Otway, from London, passed Green Cape at 3.50 p.m. yesterday, and should reach Sydney early this morning. She will [?]erth at the company's wharf, Circular Quay. The [?]erth ...

    Article : 55 words
  27. GOVERNMENT HOUSE.

    At a meeting of the Dubbo branch of the Liberal Association it was resolved: "That this meeting protests strongly against the disloyal action of the Labour Government ...

    Article : 185 words
  28. WONGANELLA FOR BUNKERS.

    The steamer Wonganella, bound from Ocean Island for Melbourne, with a cargo of 5750 tons of phosphates, put in at Sydney yesterday for bunker coal. When the Wonganella left Ocean Island, the following ...

    Article : 50 words
  29. PUGILISTS TROUBLES.

    The City Council has ordered the revocation of the saloon licenses granted to Jack Johnson, the coloured pugilist, and his immediate prosecution on all charges against ...

    Article : 35 words
  30. CARGO BY THE MIMIRO.

    The steamer Mimiro, sailing to-day for London, Liverpool, and Dunkirk, via ports, will take the following cargo:—4431 bales of wool, 340 bales of sheepskins, 150 casks of tallow, 7500 carcases of mutton, ...

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  31. HOWARD SMITH SERVICES.

    The Howard Smith Company's steamer Mourilyan, which has been withdrawn from the Townsville-Cairns service, arrived at Sydney yesterday, en route to Melbourne, for service in Victorian waters. The ...

    Article : 48 words
  32. MONOPLANES FOR ITALY.

    The Italian Government has ordered 20 Bristol monoplanes, costing £30,000, to be built in Italy under the supervision of British exp[?]rts. ...

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  33. LABOUR PARTY.

    At the meeting of the Federal Labour party to-day, profound sorrow was expressed in connection with the Mount Lyell disaster, and the deepest sympathy was expressed for the ...

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  34. COAL FOR THE WARSHIPS.

    The Union Company's steamer Kurow, which arrived yesterday morning from Westport (N.Z.), brought a cargo of 3200 tons of coal for the Admiralty. The steamer went alongside H.M.S. Drake to discharge ...

    Article : 44 words
  35. AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS.

    The match between the Australian cricketers and a team representing Winnipeg was continued to-day in improved weather. Winnipeg commenced their second innings, ...

    Article : 106 words
  36. EMPLOYERS' SYMPATHY.

    At yesterday's meeting of the executive of the Employers' Federation of New South Wales, it was resolved,—"That the sympathy of the federation be extended to the friends ...

    Article : 46 words
  37. GOVERNMENT CONGRATULATED.

    The Nepean Labour Council passed the following resolution:—"That the State Government be congratulated on opening Government House and grounds to the public." ...

    Article : 34 words
  38. FIJI SHIPPING.

    The Tofua sailed to-day for Sydney. ...

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  39. SHIP MERIONETH SAFE.

    It has been stated that fears were entertained in Newcastle for the safety of the Italian ship Merioneth, which was reported to have left Buenos Ayres for Newcastle on July 6 last. It is now ascertained that ...

    Article : 70 words
  40. CASUALTIES.

    Yesterday a carter named Alexander Johnson, 33, of George-street, Forest Lodge, fell from his cart at the corner of Liverpool and Elizabeth streets. He was taken by the ...

    Article : 56 words
  41. RETAIL TOBACCONISTS.

    The annual dinner of the Retail Tobacconists' Association of New South Wales, Ltd., took place at the Burlington Cafe last night. Mr. W. Berry, chairman of directors, presided. ...

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  42. FRESH CHARTERS.

    Hurst, s, 47[?]8 tons, Newcastle to Philippines—Coal; Arracan, 4-m bq, 2222 tons, Newcastle to West Coast— coal; Australia, sh, 14[?]2 tons, Marseilles to Melbourne or Sydney—tiles, etc.; Charles F. Crocker, 4-m bqtne, ...

    Article : 43 words
  43. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (1239m).—Arr: Oct. 23, Maitai, s, from Sydney; Zealandia, whaling steamer, from Newcastle. ...

    Article : 17 words
  44. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    Pharos, bq, from Newcastle Aug. 1, at Arica. Wray Castle, sh, from Newcastle Aug. 29, at Salaverry. Nio[?]a, sh, from Newcastle Sept. 15, Coquimbo. ...

    Article : 91 words
  45. STEAMERS DUE TO-DAY.

    Otway (R.M.S.), from London, via ports. Wakool, from London, via ports. Port Hunter, from London, via ports. Indrabarah, from Brisbane. ...

    Article : 41 words
  46. GIRL BURNED.

    Kitty Briggs, 18, employed by Mrs. D. Armstrong, was seriously burned. While attending a fire her dress became ignited. Her clothing was consumed before the fire was ...

    Article : 59 words
  47. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    BRISBANE (516m).—Dep: Oct. 23, U[?]a, s, for Sydney; Gabo, s, for Rockhampton; Indrabarah, s, for Liverpool. DOUBLE ISLAND.—Passed: Oct. 23, Eumeralla, s, ...

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  48. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The death is announced of Mr. Robert Barr, novelist. The basin trials of the Australian cruiser Melbourne have been satisfactory. ...

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  49. SHOT IN THE HEAD.

    Francis Brown, inspector of nuisances for the Armidale Municipal Council was found dead at Zion Hill, North Armidale, this afternoon, with a bullet wound through his head. ...

    Article : 87 words
  50. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 5.30 p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30 and 8 p.m. Queensland.—Overland, 3.30 p.m. Port Macquarie.—Macquarie, 10.30 a.m. ...

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  51. AMUSEMENTS.

    Mme. L[?] Conly will make her farewell appearance at [?]cordia Hall this evening, when she will again be a[?]ted in [?] attractive programme with Miss G[?]rude Summerhayes (violinist), Miss Ferne Boyle ...

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  52. SIR J. WARD CENSURED.

    The House, by a small majority, censured Sir Joseph Ward for telling the chairman of the Public Accounts Committee,that it was a downright piece of imp[?]rtinence to demand ...

    Article : 55 words
  53. POISONING.

    A fatal case of poisoning occured [?] afternoon, the victim being John M'Laughlin, a well-known resident of Dungog, and a tailor by occupation. Deceased had been in town ...

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  54. THE LAWRENCE CAMPBELL SCHOOL.

    To-night the students of the Lawrence Campbell School of Public Speaking and Dramatic Art will give a [?]ro[?] and dramatic recital in the St. Jame's Hall. The programme will include scenes from ...

    Article : 58 words
  55. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES.

    A representative selection was brought forward at to-day's wool sales, when 5500 bales were offered. Merinos were chiefly represented by some standard wools from Darling, Deniliquin, Moulamein, and ...

    Article : 168 words
  56. MR. LEWIS HENDERSON.

    Mr. Lewis Henderson, one of the pioneers of the Professional Musicians' Benefit Association (founded 1897), which was later transformed into the Musicians[?] Union and Musicians' Club, has resigned from the ...

    Article : 42 words
  57. Advertising

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  58. MR. FRED, WERNER'S PUPILS.

    A numerous audience at the Y.M.C.A. Hall last evening enjoyed the concert given by the pupils of Mr. Fred, Werner, assisted by Miss Leah Myers, Mr. Leslie Warren, and Miss Constance Bailey, who ...

    Article : 179 words
  59. AN UNANSWERED CALL.

    The Postmaster-General is considering a report from Maryborough (Q.) to the effect that delay occurred in answering a subscriber's telephone call for medical assistance, and that ...

    Article : 191 words
  60. BOY KILLED.

    A frightful accident occurred in the [?] this afternoon, resulting in the death of Harold Pike, aged about 5 years. He was running ahead of his mother, who it is understood ...

    Article : 92 words
  61. SPORTING MINERS.

    The miners at Bellbird did not hold their meeting to-day to consider the recommendations of the Colliery Employees' Federation to return to work. Several of the miners ...

    Article : 137 words
  62. SUIT FOR DAMAGES DISMISSED.

    The Supreme Court dismissed the suit of William O'Kee[?]e against the Geraldton Stevedoring Company for injuries received whilst discharging cargo from the Minaro into the ...

    Article : 77 words
  63. DEESIDE TRAGEDY.

    The hundred signatures were obtained in one day to a petition to secure the release of Jas. Joseph Casey, sentenced at the last Bathurst Circuit Court to six months' ...

    Article : 68 words
  64. A NEW PICTURE THEATRE.

    At the invitation of Mr. Walter Brown, a large number of people assembled at the Australian Picture P[?][?]c[?], Oxford-street, for the opening performance last night. This theatre, which was formerly a vaudeville ...

    Article : 134 words
  65. THE OVERLANDERS.

    Francis Birtles arrived yesterday, and [?] in the afternoon for Brunswick Heads. ...

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