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  2. NEWCASTLE.

    The proposal mooted by the Government to resume a part of Carrington for the purpose of constructing additional wharfage accommemove the Carrington Bridge has met with ...

    Article : 168 words
  3. SURPLUS REVENUE.

    During the course of an interview at Perth (W.A.) a few days ago Senator Pearce said with reference to the State Premiers and their opposition to the Surplus Revenue Act: ...

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  4. THE MILITARY COMMITTEE.

    Colonel Miller returned to Sydney from Melbourne yesterday. He conforred with the Premier, and afterwards attended a meeting of the military commitiee, at which were ...

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  5. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The employees of Coal Cliff colliery drew full time for the fortnight pay to-day. All local collieries worked every day this week. It Is reported that the Railway Department ...

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  6. SHIPPING.

    Wimmera, s, 3022 tons, Captain William Waller, from Auckland. Passengers—Mesdames Marsh, Smythe, Pearcy, Stewart, Isaacs, Byrne, Bushby, Luers, Byrne, Issacs and child, Cocks, Crostan, Seagrove, Munro and ...

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  7. AUSTRALIAN WEATHER.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 87 words
  8. VICTORIAN STATE RECEPTIONS.

    At a meeting of the State Cabinet to-day a sub-committee, consisting of the Minister for Works (Mr. Cameron), the Minister for Education (Mr. Sachse), and the Ministoe for Lands ...

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  9. FACTS ABOUT THE FLEET.

    When the American fleet arrives back in Hampton Roads on February 22 next it will have sailed altogether 42,500 miles. The lap between Honolulu and Auckland is the longest ...

    Article : 334 words
  10. THE SCOTTISH FISHERMEN.

    Mr. F. Farnell, with Messrs. Eaglesham and Newlands, the representatives of the Scottish fishermen who are investigating the fisheries industry in the Commonwealth, arrived at ...

    Article : 166 words
  11. A MISSING LETTER.

    on the 3rd Instant a letter was posted at Sydney to Nurse Nestor, of the Molong Hospital, acquainting her of her appointment as nurse at the Coast Hospital, but up to the ...

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  12. THE CHURCHES.

    On Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Lack, missionaries from China, lectured before a crowded congregation in the local Church of England, presided over by the Rev. J. Best. ...

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  13. FISHING LAUNCH IN DIFFICULTIES.

    Captain Duncan, of the steamer Wallsend, reported on his arrival at Newcastle this morning that when off Norah Point he had been signalled for assistance by a small steam ...

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  14. VICTORIA.

    The 11 tenders received for the supply of 1000 miles of wire-netting were considered by the State Cabinet to-day. The Inspector-General of Works (Mr. Davidson) in a report ...

    Article : 192 words
  15. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,052 words
  16. DEPARTURES.—June 19.

    Moravian, s, for London, via Capetown and ports. Imani, s, for Manila, en route from Newcastle. Eastern, s, for Melbourne. Taiyuan, s, for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 73 words
  17. U.S. OHIO.

    Additional official advices state that in addition to the battleships enumerated in Thursday's "Herald" the Ohio will accompany the American fleet from San Francisco. The ...

    Article : 154 words
  18. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—June 20.

    Mooltan, R.M.S. for London, via ports; St. Louis s at 7 a.m., for Noumea; Chingtu, s, for Manila, China, and Japan, via Queensland ports and Thursday Island; Moeraki, s, for Wellington and ...

    Article : 123 words
  19. COAL EXPORT FOR THE WEEK.

    The total quantity of coal exported from Newcastle during the week ended to-day amounted to 112,073 tons. Commonwealth and New Zealand ports took 46,094 tons, while ...

    Article : 39 words
  20. THE SCHOOLS.

    At a meeting of the Grafton District School Parents' Association to-night Mr. T. Page was elected president. NOWRA, Friday. ...

    Article : 54 words
  21. VISIT OF THE CHIEF SECRETARY.

    Mr. Wood, Chief Secretary and Minister for Mines, arrived in Newcastle this evening. To-morrow he will pay a visit to Kurri Kurri and will then go on to Maitland, where he will ...

    Article : 44 words
  22. CLEARANCES.—June 19.

    Perthshire, s, 6550 tons, Captain Forder, for Durban, Capetown, and London, with passengers as per list published yesterday. Moravian, s, 4573 tons, Captain Robb, for London, ...

    Article : 96 words
  23. INCREASE OF POPULATION.

    The estimated population of Victoria at the close of last year was 1,258,140, consisting of 631,140 males and 627,000 females. The increase in 1907 was 20,142, the greatest for ...

    Article : 108 words
  24. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—I would like through the columns of your valuable paper to add a word in connection with the military parades to be held during the visit of the American fleet. It has been ...

    Article : 202 words
  25. TO-DAY'S CLEARANCES.

    The following vessels cleared at the Customs-house to-day:—Australian, bq, for Magellan, with 3407 tons coal; Nordsjernen, bq, for Valparaiso, with 2740 tons coal; Kooyong, ...

    Article : 69 words
  26. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The Quarter Sessions concluded to-day. Benjamin Wallace Browngedge, charged with committing an assault at Walgett on March 15, 1908, was found guilty, with a strong ...

    Article : 54 words
  27. ENTERED OUTWARDS.—June 19.

    Armadale, bq, for Newcastle, Wollowra, s, for Brisbane, Maekay, Townsville, and Cairns; Peregrine, s, for Townsville, via ports, Wimmera, s, for Auckland, Neumunster, s, for Hamburg, via Newcastle, Townsville, ...

    Article : 37 words
  28. SCHOOLS OF ARTS.

    At the meeting of the committee of the School of Arts on Monday night it was decided to call for tenders for the building at an early date. The plans for the building ...

    Article : 74 words
  29. SMELTING RETURNS.

    At the Sulphide Works, Cockle Creek, 1257 tons of ore were treated during the week ended to-day, yielding 1725oz gold, 38,689oz of silver, and 338 tons of lead. ...

    Article : 30 words
  30. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Minister for Public Works states that he hopes to hand over the North Island main trunk railway connecting Wellington and Auckland to the control of the Railway ...

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  31. MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Orient leaves Brisbane to-day, and may be expected to arrive here early on Monday morning next. The R.M.S. Orontes is due at Fremantle on Monday, ...

    Article : 179 words
  32. DOUBLE-HEADED PENNIES.

    Joseph Hart, a bllliard-marker, was charged to-day with being in possession of a two-up kip and, playing two-up. He was sent to gaol for 14 days. Defendant was found in ...

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  33. I RAILWAY REQUIREMENTS.

    At a meeting of the Railway League it was decided to send a deputy to the Minister at the end of July to urge the claims of the Gilgandra-Curlewis railway proposal. ...

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  34. TARIFF APPEAL BOARD.

    Several merchants, on being interviewed regarding the suggested Tariff Appeal Board, have expressed themselves strongly in favour of It. They state that the departmental ...

    Article : 265 words
  35. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    This mornig a large deputation representing the licensed victuallers and hotel property owners of Perth waited upon the Premier for the purpose of asking the Government to send ...

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  36. A GIRL'S DEATH.

    The adjourned inquiry into the cause of death of Unita Eiszele, 16 years of age, was resumed to-day. Mary Fell stated that on May 25 deceased ...

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  37. PASSENGERS BY THE MOOLTAN.

    Appended is a list of the passengers by the P. and O. Company's R.M.S. Mooltan, which will be despatched from Sydney at noon to-day for London, via ports:- Miss Maude Thorne, Mr. R. Kenneth, Miss ...

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  38. ADDITIONS TO THE N.D.L. FLEET.

    Arcording to advices from Germany to hand [?] mail, the Norddoutscher Lloyd's new mail steamer Lutzow, after a satisfactory trial trip, started on April 11 on her maiden voyage from Bremerhaven to New York. ...

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  39. COUNTRY LICENSING COURTS.

    Judge Backhouse and Messrs. Smithers and Macfarlane, S.Ms., the special court appointed to consider the question of reductions of hotel and wine licenses in the Camden electorate, ...

    Article : 79 words
  40. AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALL.

    The third match of the visit of the Norwood team from Adelaide will be played this afternoon, on the Sydney Cricket Ground, as the early fixture to the Metropolitan Rugby ...

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  41. SUFFOLK LEAVES CAPETOWN.

    A cable message received yesterday by Birt and Co., Ltd., stated that the Federal liner Suffolk sailed from Capetown for London and Liverpool, on route from Australia, on Wednesday last. ...

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  42. THE BAR HARBOURS.

    The following telegrams were received last night as to the conditions of the har harbours:—Cape Hawke, 8ft on bar at high water; Ballina, 12ft on bar, 14ft on inside channel at high water. ...

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  43. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    Ayrshire, s (Federal-Houlder-Shire lines), 7252 tons, Captain Coull, at London, from Wellington, April,30. Damascus, s (Aberdeen line), 3726 tons, Captain Burge, at London, from Sydney April 25, Melbourne. ...

    Article : 205 words
  44. MILTIADES AT DURBAN.

    According to a private cable message received last night, the Aberdeen liner Miltiades arrived at Durban from Sydney, via ports, on Wednesday last. ...

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  45. MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY QUESTION.

    A point of rather a curious character has arisen in connection with the boundary of Orange and East Orange, the division being the building line on the eastern or furthest ...

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  46. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    COOKTOAAN (1650m).—Arr: June 19, Wodonga, s. CAIRNS (1400[?]).—Arr: June 19, Buninyong, s. TOWNSVILLE (1370m).—Arr: June 19, Cooma, s, from Sydney; Colac, s, from Sydney; Yongala, s, from ...

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  47. IONIC LEAVES BRAZIL.

    The Shaw, Saville, and Albion steamer Ionis left Rio de Janeiro for New Zealand on Tuesday last. ...

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  48. THE GEELONG LEAVES CAPETOWN.

    The managing agents for the Blue Anchor line have been advised by cable that the steamer Geelong, from London bound to Sydney, left Capetown on Thursday last. ...

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  49. INTERSTATE FOOTBALL.

    The first Interstate contest under the Rugby Union will be played to-day, New South Wales meeting Queensland at Brisbane. These matches have always been hard-fought-out ...

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  50. TRADES AND LABOUR.

    The executive of the Political Labour League met at the Trades Hall last evening, when it was decided that nominations be invited for the three Labour candidates for the ...

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  51. THE SOUTH COAST TRADE.

    The Melbourne Steamship Company has decided that the steamer Leeuwin, which has been selected for the new service between Melbourne and our South Coast ports, shall proceed through in each rose to Sydney. ...

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  52. THE WEATHER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 552 words
  53. COACHMAKERS' UNION.

    Mr. J. Everett presided at a meeting of the Coachmakers' Union at the Trades Hall last night. It was announced that several letters had been received from employers ...

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  54. TAMRO AT NORFOLK ISLAND.

    Burns, Philp, and Co.'s steamer Tambo arrived at 3 o'clock this afternoon from the New Hebrides Group, and sails this evening for Sydney, via Lord Howe Island. ...

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  55. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    KAIPARA.—Dep: June 19, Kniapol, s, for Melbourne. HOKIANGA.—Dep: June 19, Shah, Ner. bq, for Sydney. WELLINGTON (1230m).—Dep: June 19, Maheno, s, ...

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  56. CAPSIZE OF A SULKY.

    While driving to Aberdare from Cessnock on Wednesday night Messrs. John Buchli and Chas. B. Saunders were capsized through the wheel of the sulky striking a stump. Mr. ...

    Article : 66 words
  57. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 9.30 p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 9.30 p.m. Queensland.—Overland, 3.45 and 9.30 p.m. Ceba and Ho Ho, via Newcastle.—Auchenblae, 8 a.m. ...

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  58. THE N.D.L. STEAMERS.

    The G.M.S. Gneisenau is due at Naples to-day [?] Sydney, to Bremen, via ports. The G.M.S. Zeiten left Adelaide yesterday for Bremen, via ports. ...

    Article : 147 words
  59. MARBLE WORKERS' UNION.

    A meeting of the Marble and Slate Workers' Union was held in the Trades Hall last night with Mr. T. Cole in the chair. Messrs. A. Mackay and G. E. Eldridge were elected ...

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  60. CASUALTIES.

    Malcolm Badgery, son of Mr. J. A. Badgery, of Ivy Hall, Exeter, on Thursday was handling a gun, when it exploded, shattering his left hand. Dr. Stevenson, of Moss Vale, ...

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  61. PRESENTATION TO TRAMWAY OFFICIAL.

    On Thursday night, in the Tramway Clubroom at Waverley, a presentation was made by the Tramway Union members of the Waverley depot to their ex-vice-president, Mr. R. ...

    Article : 86 words
  62. SMOTHERED BY A FALL OF EARTH.

    Warden Serbiton has informed the Undersecretary for Mines that in the Mount Molloy district a miner, named William Cain, was smothered by a fall of earth in his claim at ...

    Article : 43 words
  63. GERMAN AUSTRALIAN LINE.

    The Altona (United Tyser) is to leave New York July 25. The Apolda is loading at Scandinavian ports. The Augsburg left Sydney June 3, homeward, via Singapore. The Bergedorf arrived at Tjilatjap May 3, ...

    Article : 282 words
  64. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 111 words
  65. RUN OVER BY A TRAIN.

    When the 3.15 a.m. goods train from Romastreet to Ipswich stopped at Goodna this morning, the driver reported a man lying on the line about a mile from Goodna. Search ...

    Article : 55 words
  66. VICTORIAN COAL MINERS' ASSOCIATION.

    Arguments were concluded to-day before the High Court in the appeal brought by the Jumbunna Coal Mine, No Liability, and the Outtrim, Howitt, and British Consolidated ...

    Article : 93 words
  67. UNION COMPANY'S TRAINING SHIP.

    In reference to the rumoured [?] by the Union Company of a training ship, about 100 applications have already been received from boys in the Dominion. The shi[?] ...

    Article : 59 words
  68. A CONSTABLE KILLED.

    Constable Kennedy died to-day at Maroopna from Injuries sustained by being thrown from his horse. ...

    Article : 26 words
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