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  2. "THE KING OF WAIOU."

    Just before the Prime Minister left New Zealand to attend the Imperial Defence Conference in London it leaked out that the Solicitor-General was proceeding to England ...

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  3. PASTURES PROTECTION BOARDS.

    The annual gathering of representatives of the Pastures Protection Boards was opened last night at Aarons' Exchange Hotel and was presided over by Mr. J. A. Gunn. M.L.C. The ...

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  4. NEW ZEALAND. PRISON RERORM PROPOSALS.

    The prison reform proposals of the Government include the establishment of a prison farm of 1000 acres in Auckland district, where prisoners, chiefly young men, will be sent for ...

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  5. VICTORIA.

    Consideration was given to the question of municipal legislation at a meeting of the central executive of the Political Labour Council on Saturday evening. The opinion was held that ...

    Article : 118 words
  6. SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—July 5.

    Wyandra, s, 4057 tons, Captain J. Grahl, from Cooktown, Port Douglas, Cairns, Townsville Bowen, Mackay, Rockhampton, and Brisbane, Passengers:— Saloon, [?] second cabin, 45. Burns Philp, and, Co., ...

    Article : 313 words
  7. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER. THE "HERALD" MAP.

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  8. SUBURBAN NEWS. ASHFIELD MILK.

    At the last meeting of the Ashfield Council a report was received from the Health Department stating that eight sample[?] of milk taken from milk vendors in the municipality had been examined and all found to be ...

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  9. A DRUMMOYNE PROJECT.

    At the last meeting of the Drummoyne Council it was pointed out by the Mavor that the foreshores of Sisters' Bay, which are private property, could be resumed by the Government at ...

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  10. FIRE INSURANCE.

    The increase in the rates for Fire Insurance come into operation in August. Regarding the State Fire Insurance Office, Mr. G. Fowlds, Minister-in-charge, said when the ...

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  11. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Judgment in the claim by the Collector of Customs against G. P. Harris, Scarfe, and Co., Limited, for £15s 8d, duty on knobs, at the rate of 30 per cent, ad valorem, was given by ...

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  12. DRUMMOYNE SEWERAGE.

    A letter from the Water and Sewerage Board was read at the last meeting of the Drummoyne Council, stating that the sewerage reticulation would be started at Leavender-street and York-avenue is soon as funds were ...

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  13. DEPARTURES.—July 5.

    Marama, R.M.S., for Vancouver, via Brisbane and ports. Glaucus, s, for Melbourne, via Newcastle, Monaro., s, for Newcastle. ...

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  14. PENNY POSTAGE.

    The request by the Annandale Council to the municipality of the State for co-operation in a proposal to secure penny postage found ready support when it came before the Kogarah Council. "We ought to ...

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  15. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—July 6.

    Gabo, s, for Melbourne, Adelaide, and Western Australian ports; Burwah, s, for Brisbane, Maryborough, Bundaberg, and Rockhampton; Wyandra, s, for Melbourne; Wodonga, s, for Brisbane and northern ports; ...

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  16. CASUALTIES. DROWNED IN DARLING HARBOUR.

    Walter E. Huelin, 46, a watchman on a punt near Pyrmont Bridge, and lately living in Windmill-street, Miller's Point, was drowned near his punt early on Sunday ...

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  17. SANS SOUCI TRAM SERVICE.

    The Railway Commissioners have acceded to a request of Kogarah Council in extending the time of leav[?]ng of the 5.8 p.m. tram from Kogarah to Sandringhar to 5.16 p.m. This alteration, the ...

    Article : 103 words
  18. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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  19. HOR[?]BY SANITARY SYSTEM.

    Since the notice went cut that the sanitary regulations would be rigidly enforced in the new scavenging area in Hor[?]by, and that pans might only emptied by the contractors, Messrs. Cadogan and Lees, the local ...

    Article : 276 words
  20. QUEENSLAND.

    The Parliamentary malcontents, to be known in future as the Independent Opposition, held a, meeting on Friday. Mr. Blair was chosen leader. ...

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  21. CLEARANCES.—July 5.

    Marama, R.M.S., 6437 tons, Captain Morrisby, for Vancouver, via ports, with passengers as per list published yesterday. Monaro, s, 2656 tons, Captain Neale, for ...

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  22. THROWN FROM A. CART.

    David Walker, 70, an ex-sergeant of police, living at "Sydenham," Old Canterbury-road, Canterbury, was driving a horse attached to a sulky along Batcman's-road, Gladesville, ...

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  23. THE LADY MAYORESS'S RECEPTION

    The Lady Mayoress (Mr. Allen Taylor) was at home to her friends in the rooms set apart for her use at the Town Hall yesterday afternoon when over 500 visitors took the ...

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  24. ENTERED OUTWARDS.—June 5.

    Suva, s, for Suva, Levuka, via Lantoka, Scottish Monarch, s, for Melbourne and Adelaide, Sildra, s, for Decan Island and Nauru; Chillagoe, s, for Merauka, via Newcastle, Thursday Island, and Townsville. ...

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  25. FRACTURED SKULL.

    Traffic-constable Shailer noticed a man named Alex. Fleming standing in King-street, near Elizabeth-street, in a dazed condition shortly before 6 o'clock last evening. He ...

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  26. MOVEMENTS OF OVERSEA STEAMERS.

    Oswestry Grange (Federal-Houlder-Shire line) arrived it london on Monday, June 28, from Sydney and ports, via Durban. Drayton Grange (Federal-Houlder-Shire line) has been ...

    Article : 255 words
  27. RYDE BED FOR INCURABLES' HOME.

    At the invitation of the Mayoress of Ryde (Mrs. Redshaw) a meeting of ladies was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday Miss Margaret Harris and Mrs. Eyres, members of the executive committee of the ...

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  28. LISMORE BURNING FATALITY.

    Mrs. George Parmenter, of Goolmanger, who was severely burnt by her clothing accidentally igniting, while preparing the evening meal, succumbed during the night to her ...

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  29. SUBDIVISION AND BUILDING REGULATIONS.

    An amended set of rules and bylaws have been adopted by the Mumcipality of Willoughby, and are now in force, relative to new subdivisions, business sites allotments in existing subdivisions, new buildings, ...

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  30. FOUND IN POOL OF WATER.

    Bernard M'Grath was found to-day smothered in a pool of water on the road at Jinglemoney. He had been subject to fits for mainy years. ...

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  31. EMPIRE ARRIVES AT PORT DARWIN.

    The E. and A. S.S. Company steamer Empire arrived from Hongkong early on Saturday morning, and resumed her voyage southwards at midday. Her passengers were:—Inwards, Miss Little and three Chinese; ...

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  32. STRUCK BY A MOTOR CAR.

    A boy named Chinnery, aged about 14 years, was at Tarago on Saturday struck by a motorcar belonging to Mr. Maddrell. He was conveyed to the hotel, and medical aid obtained. ...

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  33. SHIRE COUNCILS.

    BLAND (West wyalong).—At the monthly meeting of the council a proposal to have the number of riding[?] increased from 3 to 6 or 9, was submitted The matter, however, was postponed for a month. It was ...

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  34. QUEENSLAND BANANA TRADE. COLOURED COMPETITION IN FIJI.

    A Cairns telegram states that a leading Chinese merchant received a letter from a fellow countryman In Fiji referring to the banana industry, as follows:—You Cairns ...

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  35. SUBURBAN RAILWAY FARES.

    Sir,—With further reference to the letter signed "Edward Thomas," where he gives a detailed table of charges of railway fares on the main suburban line, I would crave a ...

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  36. THE GEORGIC MAY VISIT AUSTRALIA.

    It is rumoured that the White Star Company is fitting up two large steamers to run in conjunction with the others of the company's steamers in the Australian trade. One of these vessels, it was ...

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  37. KOLYA FOR OCEAN ISLAND.

    The Pacific Phosphate Company has chartered the Adelaide S.S. Company's cargo steamer Kolya for a trip to Ocean Island and Navru (Pleasant Island). and she will leave Sydnehy in a few days. The Kolya ...

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  38. GROWERS' FEARS.

    This afternoon a deputation to the Premier asked the support of the State Government in a request to the Federal Government for an increase in the import duty on bananas. It ...

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  39. HILLMEADS FOLATS OFF BAR.

    A telegram received from Moruya Heads yesterday stated that the steamer Hillmeads, which grounded [?] the crossing on Sunday morning, floated off at 6 a.m., and proceeded on her way up the river. ...

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  40. POPULAR OFFICIALS.

    Mr. S. E. Atkinson, who has been connected with the Hurstville post-office for over nine years and has been promoted to Bathurst was an the eve of his departure presented by the Hurstville staff with a piece ...

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  41. THE NEW GERMAN-AUSTRALIAN LINERS.

    The names selected for the two new steamers now being bui[?] to the order of the German-Australian Steamship Company are Annaberg and Iserbohn, Both vessels are intended for the company's trade between ...

    Article : 67 words
  42. WAVERLEY'S JUBILEE.

    At a meeting held on May 21 for the purpose of taking preliminary steps towards celebrating Waverley's jubilee—the anniversary of incorporation being June 13—a proposition ...

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  43. THE INDRAVELLI AT NEWCASTLE.

    The steamer Indravelli, on board which trouble occurred while in New Zealand waters, reached Newcastle on Saturday. The dispute with the crew was, it appears, settled by the owners of the vessel—the ...

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  44. ROCKDALE FINANCES.

    The town clerk of Rockdale. Mr. Somerville, has reported to the council that credit [?]alances of the various funds, which totalled £1835 2s 1d. These were distributed thus:—General fund, £469 11s 5d; ...

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  45. MANLY TO BAYVIEW COACHES.

    At a recent meeting of the Warringah Shire Council a letter was received from the Traffic Branch of the Police Department, asking the council's opinion on thet question of running another line of coaches from ...

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  46. MARAROA TO BE LAID UP.

    One effect of the adjournment of the N.Z. Par[?] ment until over the winter months, will be a great diminution in the passenger traffic, between Wellington and Lyttelton. Hitherto the volume, between traffic for ...

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  47. FISH MANURE.

    A certain commercial firm desiring to make a test of the value of fish offal for manure and for oil asked the Minister for Customs (Sir Robert Best) to permit the Federal trawler ...

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  48. PEPPER TREES AND BEES.

    Sir,—Some years ago, when botanising in Southern Riverina, I saw in a garden near Tocumwal' an exceptionally fine specimen of the pepper tree (Schinus molle). Commenting ...

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  49. HABERFIELD SEWERAGE SYSTEM.

    The people of Haberfield, where a fine type of building has been erected have been waiting with patience for a long time for the extension of the lowlevel sewerage system to their district. They learned ...

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  50. THE NEW STEAMER RUAHINE.

    Messrs. Denny Brothers, Dumbarton, are well forward with the construction of a new steamer for the London-Hobart-New Zealand trade to the order of the New Zealand Shipping Company. The new vessel is to be ...

    Article : 109 words
  51. ALLEGED FALSE PRETENCES.

    Constable Hollis, of the Glebe Police Station, arrested a young man yesterday on a charge of obtaining money by means of false pretences from a Chinaman at Glebe. It is ...

    Article : 116 words
  52. THE MAILS.

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  53. NEWCASTLE.

    The following vessels cleared at the Customs-house to-day:—Glenbank, bqe, for Tal Tal, with 2464 tons coal, 3 tons ship's use; Cromdale, sh, for Tal Tal, with 2861 tons coal, ...

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  54. CROYDON POST-OFFICE.

    At the Enfield council meeting, Alderman West[?] brook drew attention to a movement having for its object the removal of the present post-office near the Croydon railway station to the other side of the ...

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  55. NIGHT SIGNALLING IN N.Z.

    According to advices from the coal port of New Zealand—Westport—the Morse system of night signalling is to be installed at Cape Foulwind lighthouse in September. ...

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  56. SEARCH FOR AMBERGRIS.

    A party of Stewart Islanders (New Zealand) has hired a small steamer, and intends setting out for the west coast in search of ambergris, which they think will be cast ashore in payable quantities as a result of the ...

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  57. RAILWAY REQUIREMENTS.

    On Thursday a meeting of the MuswellbrookMerriwa Railway League was addressed by Mr. John Perry, ex-M.L.A., at the School of Arts, Denman. It was moved by Mr M'Rae,— ...

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  58. FEES AT THE UNIVERSITY.

    Sir",—In endorsing the observations of "M.B." in Saturday's "Herald" concerning the paltry reductions of fees in the medical course, I would like to point out that these ...

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  59. HORNSBY AMBUIANCE CLASS.

    An ambulance class has been started in Hornsby, principally in connection with the rilways, and meetings are being held every Wednesday morning and evening in the lodgeroom at the School of Arts, ...

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  60. GIRL'S SUDDEN DEATH.

    Anne Wax, 15, lately living at Fanning-street, Tempe, died suddenly at her home on Sunday night. She had been laughing considerably during the evening, and it was at ...

    Article : 67 words
  61. THE WAIPORI COLLIDES WITH A WHARF.

    The Union Compony's collier Waiport collided with No. 6 wharf at Luttelton a few days ago, owing, it is stated, to her engines failing to reverse, The vessel's bow struck the wharf about 20ft from the outer end, ...

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  62. BAR HARBOURS.

    The following telegrams were received yesterday respecting the condition of the various bar harbours:— Ballina, 12ft on bar, 12ft on inside channel at high water; tweed Heads, bar a long flat, carrying from ...

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  63. VICTORIAN MEAT EXPORTS.

    For the year ended June 30 a total of 133,777 carcases of mutton and 565,408 carcases of lamb were exported from Victoria, as against 195,187 carcases mutton and 726,219 carcases ...

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  64. A DEFERRED TRAMWAY.

    At the last meeting of the Manly Couicil the construction of the Spit to Manly tram was a subject of discussio. Alderman Quirk said there was nothing for Manly in the list of tenders recently accepted by the ...

    Article : 138 words
  65. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND (1281m).—Arr July 5, Alice sch, from the Cook Islands, Ysabel, bqtn, from the Friendly Islands. BLU1F (1107m).—Arr July 5, Moana s, from ...

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  66. SNOW IN THE COUNTRY.

    COWRA.—The heavy fall of snow reported last week at Abererombie Mountains, south-easterly of Cowra, caused a rise in the river of nearly, 9ft, during the past 24 hours. It is now slowly falling. ...

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  67. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    COORTOWN (1550m).—Dop: July 4, Warrego, s, for Burketown. CAIRNS (1400m).—Arr July 4, Grantala, s, and Kadina, s, both from Sydney. ...

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  68. FIJI SHIPPING.

    SUVA (1743m).—Arr: July 5, H.I.G.M.S. Condor, from the Bismarck Archipelago, Dep: July 5, Makura, R.M.S., for Brisbane and Sydney, [?] route from Vancouver. ...

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