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  2. Advertising

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  3. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A public meeting convened by the Mayor (Alderman Webster) was held in the Town Hall last night when a fairly represontitive gathering of townspeople ...

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  4. NEWCASTLE.

    The funeral took place in Newcastle this afternoon of the late Mr.W.A. Reid who died at Katoomba on Sunday last. Mr.Reid was the senior member of the firm of Messrs. ...

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  5. CASUALTIES.

    At an inquest held into the circumstances attending the death of Thomas Henshaw Dean, 64, a hairdresser, a finding of suicide was recorded. The evidence was that deceased, who ...

    Article : 92 words
  6. FATAL TRAM ACCIDENT.

    An Inquest was held yesterday into the death of Alfred James Saunders, 15, lately residing with his parents at 10S Newington-road, Marrickville. Saunders, who was subject to ...

    Article : 86 words
  7. NEWCASTLE COAL TRADE.

    There is no doubt that the outlook in the coal trade in Newcastle is at present a black one. Inquries amongst the proprietors and others in the trade who are in a position to ...

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  8. COUNTRY EMPLOYERS FINED.

    The Industrail Registrar's Court of New South Wales sat at Albury to-day when two local master tailors were fined for breaches of the tailors award made last year. The ...

    Article : 105 words
  9. COAL AND OTHER EXPORTS.

    The following vessels were cleared at the Newcastle Customs-house to-day:—Chillagoe, s, for Melbourne, with 1600 tons coal, 220 tons bunkers; Time, s, for Port Pirie, with ...

    Article : 157 words
  10. CHILD'S FATAL ACCIDENT.

    Norman Finn, aged 3 years and 10 months, who lately resided with his parents at 16 Chandos-street, North Sydney, died at the Royal North Sydney Hospital yesterday ...

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  11. THE PRICE OF BEER.

    The beer strike has resulted in a sort of cut-throat argument among home of the publicans. Nearhly all have agreed to the 4d per pint and 3d for small glass, but some have ...

    Article : 106 words
  12. FALL FROM A BUILDING.

    George Knight,16, a labourer residing in Harris-street Ultimo was working on the third floor of the new residential chambers being erected at the corner of Hunter and ...

    Article : 70 words
  13. HOLY CROSS COLLEGE.

    Holy Cross College, Ryde, issues its third annual, which is an excellently produced little magazine. The editorial, while objecting to the extension of State secondary education, ...

    Article : 96 words
  14. THE CHURCHES.

    The Methodists at Fernleigh purchased the old Public school building recently, and converted it into a church. The first service was held in it last night by the Rev. S. Bembrick. ...

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  15. INJURED BY A RUNAWAY.

    A horse attached to a spring-cart bolted in King-street, Newtown, on Monday Dight the driver, Percy Abel, who lives at St.Peters, being thrown out on to the roadway. He was ...

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  16. MR. WADE'S SERVICES TO THE STATE.

    Sir,—I notice in your issue of Saturday last the report of a meeting, held under the auspices of the Lord Mayor, at the Town Hall, with the object of considering the best form ...

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  17. KILLED ON A STEAMER.

    Robert Pritchard, 40, a labourer, living in Bradburn-street Balmain, was killed while working at the Adelaide Steamship Company's Works, Waterview Bay, Balmain, ...

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  18. DEOENTRLISATION.

    The Decentralisation Commission is expected to taeo evidence here on November 8. Mr. F. P. Brown, surveyor, is now tal g the levels of the proposed railway route, Wollun to ...

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  19. BOTH ARMS BROKEN.

    James Judd, 15, a carpenter's apprentice, living in Sydenham-road, Marrickville, was working on a building in Marrickville-road yesterday, when he slipped and fell a distance ...

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  20. THE HOSPITALS.

    A concert held at Warrigal freezing works in aid of Nyngan Hospital resulted In a profit of £21 10s. WALCHA, Tuesday. ...

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  21. A SHATTERED HAND.

    John Slazey 40 of 3.2 Jones street Ultime, was engaged in blasting rock at Bronte on Monday when he met with a painful accident. A percussion cap which he was holding in his ...

    Article : 63 words
  22. MILITARY.

    Brigadier-General Gordon, C.B., arrived here on a visit of inspection yesterday. He inspects the rifle club and senior cadets in the drill hall to-night, and the Casino A.L.H. and ...

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  23. FALL FROM A LADDER.

    Augustus Smith, 63, a painter, living at 25 Hanover-street, Waterloo, fell from a ladder on Monday afternoon, fracturing his left leg. He was taken to St.Vincent's Hospital, and ...

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  24. FELL DOWN THE FOREPEAK.

    Woolf Shotlander, 52, a pedlar, living at 17 Martin-street, Paddington, fell down the forepenk of the steamer City of Madras, lying in Woolwich Dock, yesterday, He was taken ...

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  25. RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

    Whilst a ganger named Edwards and his family were returning home on Saturday night on a railway trolly from a picnic at Silverton the trolly was run into by a goods ...

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  26. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    At the Quarter Sessions yesterday. Judge Murray presiding Flora May Mitchell aged 19, pleaded guilty to concealment of birth at Culcairn on July 15. She was sentenced to six ...

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  27. A WONDERFUL ESCAPE.

    As Mrs.Marton who is 75 years of age was crossing the railway line at Breadalbane on Saturduy evening she was struck by the engine of an approaching train and knocked ...

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  28. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Thousands of Liberal women will reecho the words of the dear old "Scotchwoman" in her letter read at the meeting convened by the Lord Mayor in the Town Hall, and ...

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  29. A SUDDEN DEATH.

    George Israng, employed on Burrawang station as cook, died suddenly on Saturday morning from heart failure. The deceased has a wife residing in Sydney. ...

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  30. PLAYING IN THE MOONLIGHT.

    Whilst playing about in the moonlight, the four-year-old daughter of Mr. J. M. Flanagan fell and fractured her left arm. Chloroform had to be administered to the little one to ...

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  31. OLD MAN KILLED.

    An old man named Thomas Henry West was killed at Wombat on Saturday through falling down a digger's hole a distance of 40ft. Deceased bad resided in the State for 69 ...

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  32. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Had the recent contest been merely a fight between the policy of the Liberal Government against that of the caucub party, I think the proposed testimonial would have ...

    Article : 327 words
  33. A FATAL ENDING.

    The little girl, Hazel Edwards, who was injured through a goods train running into a railway trolley on which she and her parents were returning from a Sunday-school picnic ...

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  34. SUNDAY GOLF.

    Mr. Thomas M'Guffle, on behalf of himself and 29 others wrote informing the council at their meeting last night that they intended to apply to the Supreme Court for an injunction ...

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  35. BROKEN HILL ACCIDENTS.

    R. Duncannon, a bracoman on the South Blocks mine, was struck on the head to-day by a falling piece of iron, and sustained concussion of the brain. ...

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  36. RIDING ACCIDENTS.

    Frank Tufrey, son of a selector at Rocky Creek, was thrown from a horse on Friday afternoon, and received concussion of the brain. ...

    Article : 55 words
  37. LEAGUE OF BIRD-LOVERS.

    The teachers of the Wellington Public school are moving in the direction of forming a league of bird-lovers. In a circular issued to the teachers Mr. Inspector Wright points out the ...

    Article : 181 words
  38. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I notice a suggestion that a movement should be started to recognise the worth of our ex-Premier and the excellent legislation passed by him and his Government during his ...

    Article : 197 words
  39. BITTEN BY A SNAKE.

    An infant child, named Agnes. Martin, 12 months old, put her finger down a hole in the earth floor at her parents' residence, [?]fracombe. She instantly withdrew it screaming, ...

    Article : 122 words
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