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  2. STATE POLICY.

    The criticism by Mr. M'Gowen, publishes in yesterday's "Herald," on the policy speech delivered at Chatswood on Tuesday night prompted the Premier to examine the figures ...

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  3. LAND TAXATION.

    The land tax is assessed on the capital, or saleable, value of the land, less the value of all improvements. It is estimated that since this plan was initiated improvements, mainly ...

    Article : 1,457 words
  4. A DIAMOND JUBILEE.

    The staff of F. Lassetter and Co., Ltd., assembled last evening to make a presentation to the head of the firm, Mr. Froderic Lassctter, to mark his business diamond ...

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  5. EVOLUTION'S PROMISES.

    The incidental point that struck Mr. Joseph M'Cabe's audlence most at the lecture on evolution last night was the fact that in the course of every [?]W hundreds of thousands ...

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  6. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 80 words
  7. THE MINMI TROUBLE.

    When the Northern Miners' Wages Board met this morning, Mr. Kolynack appearing on behalf of the employers, brought up tho matter of the difficulties at Minmi. The application ...

    Article : 434 words
  8. SHIPPING.

    Ormuz, R.M.S. 6465 tons, Captain Layton, from London, via ports. Passengers-Mr. M'Kenzic,.Mr. J. Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Agnew and infant, Mr. Lely, Rev. J. Ferguson, Miss L. Breen, Mr. White, Mr. Loder, ...

    Article : 291 words
  9. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Board of Government Experts appointed to advise practical measures to be taken in pursuance of the report of the London experts commissioned to advise on the best method of ...

    Article : 168 words
  10. DEPARTURES.—June 9.

    Aberlour, s, for Marseilles. ...

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  11. CLEARANCES.—June 9.

    Nardoo, s. 2007 tons, Captain Provo, for Adelaid, via Newcastle. Yongula, s, 3663 tons, Captain Knight, for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 23 words
  12. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—June 10.

    Star of Canada, s, for New Zealand ports Wonga Fell, s, for occan Island and Nauru: Bullara, s, for Melbourne; Hawkesbury, s, for Hawkesbury River, Pittwater and Newport; Kallawatha, s, for Hawkesbury ...

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  13. THE FREMANTLE ELECTION.

    Great interest was taken in to-day's election for the Fremantle seat in the Assembly, caused by the death of the hon. Minister, Mr. James Price. The Ministerial candidate, Mr. ...

    Article : 120 words
  14. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 962 words
  15. ENTERED OUTWARDS-June [?].

    Clyde, s, for Falmouth; Westralia, for,Hobart; O[?], R.M.S., for London, via Brisbane and Sydney. ...

    Article : 20 words
  16. JUDGE SCHOLES' AWARD.

    The award is undoubtedly a victory for the miners, and has created a general feeling of relief amongst the men in the different collieries. This will tend do away with the ...

    Article : 183 words
  17. MOVEMENTS OF OVERSEA VESSELS.

    [?]salanis, s (Aberdeen line), left Captown on Wednesday, outward bound for Australian- ports, Norseman s(Aberdeen line), left London on Tuesday, for Australian ports. ...

    Article : 279 words
  18. ROTARY ENGINES.

    At a meeting of the Engineering Association of New South Wales last night Mr. R. J. Vincent read a paper on "Rotary Engines." Starting with a description of the earliest ...

    Article : 191 words
  19. RURAL WORKERS UNION.

    The [?]rst annual conference of the Rural Workers' Federation has completed its sittings at the Trades Hall. Delegates were present from New South Wales, and from ...

    Article : 706 words
  20. COOEYANNA FROM CALCUTTA.

    Burns Philp, and Co., Limited,announce that the Coo[?]yanne, from Calcutta, via Singapore, should arriv in Sydney on Sunday morning The cargo-jute, oils, ana general goods (all awatited by merchants).—will be ...

    Article : 45 words
  21. THE ROTOITI.

    [?]ossesing good passenger accommodation and [?] fine turn of speed, the Union line twin-screw steamer Ko[?] will (says the "Argus")be welcomed in the trade between Melbourne and Strahan, where she is ...

    Article : 174 words
  22. THE TRUCKERS' TROUBLE.

    The truckers' trouble at the North mine is still unsettled, and the mine remains virtually idle. The discontented trckers held a meeting last night, and decided to tender for the ...

    Article : 162 words
  23. VICTORIA.

    The gold yield for May was 49366oz fine, valued at £209,694, a decrease of 4488oz compared with the corresponding period of last year. The gold won during the past five ...

    Article : 65 words
  24. FIJI SHIPPING.

    Ranadi, Fiji Government despatch steamer, left to-day on n cruise. Tofuz, s, left for Sydney, and should arrive about 15th inst. ...

    Article : 29 words
  25. REPAYMENT OF MINING ADVANCES.

    Of £380,000 advanced by the State to assist mining in Victoria only £35,000 has been repaid. A protest was entered to-day by a ...

    Article : 94 words
  26. VICIOUS SWELLS AND ROUGH SEAS.

    The steamer Franklyn, from Otarn, Japan, which left Sydney on Friday last for Melbourne, did not arrive there till 3.30 on Tuesday. The captain describes his voyage as follows:—We lett Sydney Heads ...

    Article : 192 words
  27. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND (1281m).—AIT: June 9, Mimi[?] s, from Sydney. ...

    Article : 12 words
  28. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 5.30 p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30 and 8 p.m. Queensland.—Overland, 3.45 p.m. Auckland, etc., N.Z (direct),—Star of Canada, [?]p.m. ...

    Article : 172 words
  29. A DEED OF GIFT.

    A rather curious case was mentioned to Mr. Justice Hodges in the Practico Court to-day on a summons for directions. James Johnston, of Warrnambool, is proceeding ...

    Article : 182 words
  30. THIRTY DAYS FROM TOWNSVILLE.

    The barquentine Zephyr, wh[?]en put into Sydney yesterday for supplies, and anchored in Rushcutter Bay, is on a r[?]d trip from Hubert, via Northern Queensland. Captain Phillips reports leaving left Tow[?]. ...

    Article : 85 words
  31. NEW ZEALAND.

    Last night the residence of Dr. Parks was entered by burglars and jewellery to the value of £600 stolen. ...

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  32. "PORT" STEAMERS.

    The Anglo Australasian line of steamers, known by the [?] 'Port," is to be added to by the addition of two 600O-ton stemers[?]the Port Curtis (to be commanded by Captain R. Whitehead), and the Port ...

    Article : 80 words
  33. PENGUIN RELIEF FUND.

    At a meeting of the executive committee administering the relief fund raised at the time of the Penguin wreck disaster it was stated that the receipts were £2972. After ...

    Article : 90 words
  34. A WUEAT FLEET.

    Among the vessels secured by wheat shippers in the charter market are the stcamers Volga (1404 tons) and Armadale (1772 ton,), the barques Pericles (1462 tons) and Ochtertyre (1263 tons), all to load at South ...

    Article : 101 words
  35. INCOMING MAILS.

    Mails per the F.M.S. Dumbea, which left mar[?] on May 4, are expected to the received in time for deliiery from the G.P.O. at 12.45 to-morrow. Mails per the R.M.S. Maknra. which left Vancouver ...

    Article : 76 words
  36. HETTON COLLIERY OPEN.

    The Hetton colliery, which has been closed since the strike, started work to-day. The reason the mine has been Idle so long Is due to the fact that the amount of water in the ...

    Article : 198 words
  37. VICTORIAN LIGHTHOUSES.

    The State authorities estimato that the cost of Victorian lighthouses, with tho valuation of the areas of land connected with them, amounts to nearly £250,000. A full ...

    Article : 108 words
  38. NEWCASTLE.

    The following vessels cleared at the Newcastle Custom-house yesterday:—Ennerdale, s, for Melbourne and Geelong, via Port Stephens, with 250 tons bunker cool; Kolya, [?] ...

    Article : 142 words
  39. THE VAN WATERWUCK.

    The sicamship Van Waerwyck (Dutch Royal packet line), which left Thursday Island on Tuesday evening last for southern ports, has on board the following passengers:—For Townsville: Mr. Brady. For ...

    Article : 96 words
  40. SCHOOLMASTER'S DEATH.

    The Education Department authorities intend to conduct a departmental inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the tragic death of William Hulme, one of the teachers ...

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  41. THE TUNCURRY REFLOATED.

    News was received yesterday that the coastal steamer Tuncurry, which grounded on the Forster bar while attempting to cross out on Tuesday night, had been refloated, and was alongside the Forster wh[?]rf. ...

    Article : 35 words
  42. LORRY AND CART COLLIDE.

    A four-wheeled lorry, belonging to Mr. J. M'Carthy, carrier, loaded with firewood, and drawn by three horses, was being driven by Thomas Booker along Yurong-street, ...

    Article : 163 words
  43. LATEST CHARTERS.

    Ardendearg, s, 3229 tons Melbourne or Geelong to U.K. or Continent—wheat. Indian Monarch, s, 4383 tons, Newcastle to West Coast-coal. ...

    Article : 157 words
  44. THE PORT OF NEWCASTLE.

    The Newcastle Chamber of Commerce has decided to write to the chief wheat shippers in the State asking them if they would be prepared to ship at Newcastle, provided the ...

    Article : 73 words
  45. WILMOT (TAS,) ELECTION.

    The second count in the Wilmot election did not begin this morning. It was decided to bring all ballot boxes to Deloraine, and cut up Walduck's quota 3440. and towards this No. 1 ...

    Article : 79 words
  46. THE WALHALLA ACCIDENT.

    All the sufferers by the recent tramway accident at Walhalla are recovering. The operation of trephining performed on Mrs. Philllps's infant was highly successful, aud ...

    Article : 45 words
  47. ILLICIT GOLD TRAFFIC.

    It was mentioned during the hearing of the proceedings in the Bendigo Police Court to-day that the work of the local police in the suppression of illicit traffic in gold had been ...

    Article : 41 words
  48. THEFT AT NORTH SYDNEY.

    A robbery took place at Beulah Flats, North Sydney, on Wednesday night, while the household was at dinner. A suit of clothes, a razor. a cigarette case, and a few other small articles ...

    Article : 49 words
  49. JUNEE WATER SUPPLY.

    The Public Works Committee took evidence to-day with regard to the Junee water supply. It had been suggested that Temora might co-operate in the scheme. Severl witnesses. ...

    Article : 58 words
  50. BAR HARBOURS.

    The following telegrams were received yesterday regarding the condition of the various bar harbours:— Cape Hawke, bar Sit at high water; Manning Heads. 14ft on bar, 9ft crossing, 10ft inner channel, at Crane ...

    Article : 109 words
  51. AMUSEMENTS.

    This evening's will be the final performance "The Third Degree" at the Theatre Royal, where large andienees have been interested in this fascinating play for the past month. To-morrow night "Henry of Navarre" ...

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  52. AUSTRALIAN COINAGE.

    The Melbourne demand for the new silver coins has been conbiderably greater than was expected. The amount of new coinage which was retained in Melbourne has been drawn ...

    Article : 71 words
  53. CASUALTIES.

    To-day a young man, Peter Reynolds, a farmer at Cedar Point, Kyogle-road, was found dead on the load near his home with his neck broken. Last night, returning from the ...

    Article : 69 words
  54. THE SMALLPOX OUTBREAK.

    The Otway smallpox trial was concluded in the Criminal Court to-day. The jury acquitted Dr. Bowkett late surgeon of the R.M.S. Otway, who was charged with making ...

    Article : 80 words
  55. LYCEUM.—NEW IMPERIAL PICTURES.

    Mr. Charles Spencer's presence in London has resulted in the earliest possible pictures of the proclamation of King George V. in the Empire metropolis, and several incidents in the life of King Edward, all of which will ...

    Article : 47 words
  56. Advertising

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  57. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    THURSDAY ISLAND (1958[?]).—Arr: June 9, Chang[?], s, from Hongkong Dep: June 8, Warrego, H. for Burketow[?] CAIRNS ([?]—Arr: June 8, Mintaro, s, from New ...

    Article : 1,457 words
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