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  2. AT HONOLULU.

    The great fleet having sa[?]ed almost the length of the Atlantic and the Pacific seaboards of the United States, touched at the chief South American ports and rounded the ...

    Article : 2,244 words
  3. ARRANGEMENTS APPROVED.

    Admiral Sperry has accepted practically the whole of the arrangements made by the Commonwealth and the State Governments for the entertainment of the officers and men during ...

    Article : 1,510 words
  4. THE AMERICAN ASHORE.

    The receiving, the hands-shaking, the saying of nice things from platforms, top hats, frock coats, gold lace, and [?]lettes are over and done with at Auckland. The ...

    Article : 1,100 words
  5. FLEET FESTIVITIES.

    Admiral Sperry has acceded to the request of Colonel Miller. The American Fleet will strike the New South Wales coast at Bondi, and then sweep northwards to Port Jackson. Ashore at Auckland yesterday hosts of amusements were provided ...

    Article : 190 words
  6. LOCKOUT IN GERMANY.

    The Union of German Dockyards has ordered a general lockout, involving 50,000 men, on Wednesday. This action has arisen over a dispute in ...

    Article : 68 words
  7. PAN-ANGLICAN RESULTS.

    As the result of an appeal by the Pan-Anglican Congress, a number of Anglican [?]ergymen are leaving to work in New Zealand. The first batch has sailed by the ...

    Article : 95 words
  8. DISASTER AT SEA.

    The German training ship Freya ran down the fishing schooner Maggle May during a dense fog on the Newfoundland b[?]ks. ...

    Article : 42 words
  9. EXTREME OF INDIVIDUALISM.

    The "Spectator" in a remarkable article condemns the Cobden Club for neglecting to maintain the principies of Cobden by not opposing the Trade Disputes Bill, the ...

    Article : 108 words
  10. SWELL-MOBSMEN'S HAUL.

    Swell-mobsmen at night broke into Templeton House, Barnes, the residence of Lord Wimborne, and abstracted £2000 worth of art treasures. ...

    Article : 29 words
  11. PIGEONS IN AUSTRIA.

    As a military precaution, Austria has prohibited live pigeons entering the Empire without permission of the military authorities. ...

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  12. THE SEALING CONVENTION.

    The Japanese pelag[?] fleet, not being [?]und by the convention prohibiting the British and American fleets killing seals within a zone of 60 miles round the ...

    Article : 310 words
  13. AUSTRALIAN PIANOS.

    Messrs. J. Lyons and Co., Ltd., are building a gigantic hotel in the Strand on the site of the old Exeter Hall, for which 20 Beale Australian p[?]nos have been ...

    Article : 44 words
  14. IMPENDING RACE STRUGGLE

    The American press bestows far less editorial notice on the reception by New Zealand of the American fleet than the British press. ...

    Article : 215 words
  15. STEER FOR BEN BUCKLER.

    As comparatively few of Sydney's spectators on August 20 would be able to see the United States fleet steaming towards the Heads if they came from due east, or at all events that ...

    Article : 375 words
  16. SIR FRANCIS HOPWOOD, G.C.M.G.

    Sir Francis Hopwood, Permanent Under-Secretary for the Colonies, has been created a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael and St. George (G.C.M.G.). ...

    Article : 34 words
  17. SIR WILLIAM FARMER'S ESTATE.

    The estate of the late Sir William Farmer is valued at £41,683. ...

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  18. THE OFFICERS' WIVES.

    Since their arrival in Sydney the American ladies who have come over to witness the fleet celebrations and meet their husband[?] who are officers on various vessels in the ...

    Article : 181 words
  19. ENGLISH COUNTY CRICKET.

    Hampshire beat Kent by one wicket, and Surrey beat Middlesex. ...

    Article : 16 words
  20. WET WOOL.

    The Federal Cabinet to-morrow will consider the advisability of a recommendations to spend £500 in seeking a solution of the troubles that are attributed to moisture in wool. The ...

    Article : 930 words
  21. THE KING'S TOUR.

    [?] King has left for Kronberg, where the German Emperor has arrived. His Majesty will afterwards proceed to [?] Upper Austria, where he will meet ...

    Article : 55 words
  22. DOMAIN CONTINENTAL.

    Preparations for the Government continental in the Domain on Monday evening, the 24th, have been nearly completed. Platforms are being erected near Robert Burns' statue and ...

    Article : 165 words
  23. THE GOVERNOR'S BALL.

    One more word about the men's day. This evening at the Y.M.C.A. Hall was an entertainment by Maoris for American sailors. It has been a great curiosity to know how ...

    Article : 424 words
  24. VISITING THE WARSHIPS.

    To-day the American ships were thrown open to visitors. Crowds of civilians—men, women, and children—are to be seen on the quarterde[?]s, wandering round alleyways, and ...

    Article : 410 words
  25. AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM.

    Mr. W. Hill, on behalf of the Australian Olympic Team, has written to the Olympic Council thanking the British pub[?] for their hospitality and kindness, and ...

    Article : 64 words
  26. THE CADETS.

    Sir,—Not having read as yet a practical and practicable suggestion for safely housing the country cade[?] if brought to Sydney for "fleet week," permit me to offer one. The ...

    Article : 238 words
  27. MARATHON RUNNER'S OVATION.

    Dorando, the Italian runner, who finished first in the Marathon race at the Olympic Games, but who was disqualified owing to the assistance furnihed him, ...

    Article : 55 words
  28. THE WRIGHT AIRSHIP.

    Wilb[?] Wright, in the aeroplane invented by him and his brother Orville, made a second ascent to Le Mans, France, yesterday, and twice described the figure ...

    Article : 45 words
  29. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Kindly grant me space to [?]ce further argument in favour of the country [?] being included in the reception to be tendered the American fleet. As a strong advocate ...

    Article : 471 words
  30. NAVAL POLICE PATROL.

    Late at night the great crowds gradually melted homewards. So far there has been no serious trouble. The police are taking chaff very good humouredly, and are interfering ...

    Article : 128 words
  31. YOUNG TURKEY PARTY.

    Selected members of the Young Turkey party attend all police stations in Constant[?]ple in support of the police guarantee of the non-revival of old abuses. ...

    Article : 42 words
  32. ILLUMINATIONS REPEATED.

    The fleet was illuminated again to-night, and made the same exquisite fairyland as the night before. The water was smoother, so the reflections, if anything, were more perfect. ...

    Article : 49 words
  33. GENERAL BOOTH.

    General Booth has started on a two months' tour of South Africa. ...

    Article : 24 words
  34. A PICTURESQUE INCIDENT.

    A pretty little incident occurred this morning. A New Zealander happened to be at breakfast aboard the Nebraska. When eight-bell strikes a flag goes up and the ...

    Article : 89 words
  35. ADMIRAL SPERRY'S LAST VISIT.

    I saw Admiral Sperry this morning. He said he was very anxious to renew acquaintances made 40 years ago, when he visited Australia in the old Kearsage—the same that ...

    Article : 128 words
  36. BURIAL OF A SAILOR.

    The sailor who was killed yesterday on the Missouri was buried to-day at On[?]nga. ...

    Article : 18 words
  37. SWIMMING THE CHANNEL.

    Mear[?] the Scottish champion, after swimming for 14 hours from Dover, reached within three miles of Cala[?] when he collapsed in the water, and was rescued ...

    Article : 76 words
  38. OFFICERS' TRIP.

    Officers go to-morrow to Rotorua, and return on Friday. ...

    Article : 12 words
  39. BASEBALL TEAM.

    The American ships are bringing several good athletic teams. "They expect to play [?] good bit in Australia," said one of the men. The principal boxer is Sch[?]berg on the ...

    Article : 55 words
  40. CHINESE ENTHUSIASM.

    The Lord Mayor yesterday received representatives from the Chinese merchants of the city of Sydney, who waited upon him for the purpose of handing over a donation of £50 ...

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