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  2. THE COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENT.

    The President took the chair at 3 p.m. TOBACCO WASTE. The VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, in reply to Senator Pearce ...

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  3. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    At the Port Adelaide Police Court to-day William Megow was fined £50 for having 50lb of uncustomed tobacco in his possession. Megow was foreman on a coal hulk which ...

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  4. NORFOLK ISLAND.

    The steamship Tambo, of Burns, Philp, and Co.'s Island mail line, Captain Voz. arrived from Sydney and Lord Howe Island on the evening of the 6th inst. anchoring off town. ...

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  5. CASUALTIES.

    Mr. Fred. Clarke, manager of Willawillingbone, after trucking some cattle at Tarcoon, was riding home when the saddle slipped round and he fell. The horse stood on one of ...

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  6. SHIPPING.

    Ouraka, s, 2037 tons, Captain Brissenden, from Queensland ports. G. S. Yuill and Co., Limited, agents. Maheno, s, 5282 tons, Captain Neville, from ...

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  7. THE YAWATA MARU.

    The J.M.S. Yawata Maru left Thursday Island at noon on Tuesday for Sydney, via Townsville and Brisbane, with the following cargo and mails:—For Sydney: 560 tons cargo and 22 bags mails. For Melbourne: ...

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  8. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    The Speaker took the chair at half-past 2 p.m. THE NEW SOUTH WALES IMMIGRATION LEAGUE. ...

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  9. COMBINE IN NEW ZEALAND.

    Steps are being taken to form a combine amone the owners of smaller craft in New Zealand. The expected increase in freights on coastal vessels trading out of Auckland is attributed to the New Zealand ...

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  10. ACCIDENTS AT HEBBURN COLLIERY.

    William Dixon, 18, residing at Weston, a wheeler at the Hebburn colliery, was struck to-day by a piece of coal whilst passing up a heading where a shot was being fired. He ...

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  11. TASMANIA.

    At the Criminal Sessions to-day, James F. Flanagan, aged 38, late chief clerk of the State Savings Bank, pleaded guilty to embezzling moneys of the bank, and was ...

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  12. BURNING ACCIDENT.

    A girl named Crowley, aged 12 years, residing at Windeyer, was severely burnt about the body, face, and legs through a spark from a fire igniting her dress while she was reading. ...

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  13. EXPORT OF SHEEP TO ARGENTINE.

    The Shropshire Sheepbreeders' Association has made inquiries as to freight and expenses and other matters in relation to exporting sheep to the Argontine, and it is hoped ...

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  14. DEPARTURES.—July 24.

    Pacifique, F.M.S. for Noumea and New Hebrides. Victoria, s, for Auckland and other New Zealand ports. Moorabool, s, for Melbourne, via Newcastle. ...

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  15. BLASTING ACCIDENT.

    An accident occurred this morning at Garbutt's Sugarloaf copper mine, near Rockley, whereby two men, Alfred Fold and Christopher Clynch, received serious injuries, ...

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  16. GREAT SHIPBUILDING AMALGAMATION.

    The last report of Messrs. John Brown and Co., Limited, of Sheffield and Clydebank, states that "The directors, with a view to strengthening the shipbuilding connection of the company, have arranged for the ...

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  17. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—July 25.

    Wakatiph, s, for Hobart; Eden, s, for Bermagul, Tathra, Merimbula, and Eden; Pyrmont, s, for Port Macquarie; Ripple, s, for Bateman's Bay; Coomonderry, s, for Moruya; Hastings, s, for Macleay River; ...

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  18. TONGA.

    June 29. His Majesty George Tubow II. celebrated his thirty-second birthday on the 18th inst. It was a general holiday, and the ...

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  19. BREACH OF THE LIQUOR ACT.

    At the police court this morning, before Mr. Meares, P.M., Edward Caroy, licensee of the Killarney Hotel at Magrath'a Hill, near Windsor, was charged with unlawfully ...

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  20. CLEARANCES.—July 24.

    Pac[?], F.M.S., 1938 tons, Captain Bourge, for Noumea and New Hebrides. Victoria, s, 2969 tons, Captain Waller, for Auckland. ...

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  21. DISAPPEARANCE OF A FISHERMAN.

    Alfred Edward Moore, a fisherman, is believed to have been drowned in the Murray, five miles below Echuca. He was last seen yesterday evening. The police have ...

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  22. IMPORTS.—July 24.

    Kanowna, s, from Adelaide[?] 73 cs brandy, 20 cs asbestic, 25 cs raisin[?] 120 bgs sultanas, 60 pkgs wine, 106 bxs soap, 115 cs fruit, 40 sks flour, 1450 bgs chaff, 200 bgs bark, 151 head cattle. ...

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  23. ADDRESS BY MR. WADDELL.

    Mr. Waddell, the Chief Secretary, addressed a large public meeting at Eugowra on Wednesday night. He urged the people to record their votes one and all at the coming ...

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  24. STANTHORPE MINING FIELD.

    Notwithstanding the prevailing dulness in the share markets, considerable interest is evinced by outsiders in the resources of this field. ...

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  25. THE SHEARING AGREEMENT.

    The secretary of the Pastoralists' Association of Victoria and Southern Riverina stated to-day, in reference to the agreement arrived at in conference by the pastoralists and ...

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  26. EXPORTS.—July 24.

    Pacifique, F.M.S., for Noumea and New Hebrides: 86 bgs rice, 5 cs gin, 16 sks salt, 19 cs tobacco, 12 cs whisky, 10 cs shot, 152 sks sugar, 270 sks potatoes, 46 cs salmon. 70 cs meats, 25 cs candles, 1060 sks ...

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  27. TELEGRAPHIC.

    TOWNSVILLE (1370 miles).—Arr: July 24, Scout, s, from Maryborough; Arawatta, s, from Sydney. Dep: July 24, Hopewell, s, for Maryborough. KEPPEL BAY (877 miles).—Dep: July 24, Wodonga, ...

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  28. STATE PARLIAMENTS.

    The debate on the Address in Reply was concluded yesterday by the Legislative Council. The second reading of the Real Property Bill was moved by Mr. Davies, but only ...

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  29. NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT.

    The debate on the financial statement was concluded to-night in the House of Representatives. Generally speaking, the Government's land proposals were favourably ...

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  30. QUEENSLAND.

    At the opening of Parliament to-day the Governor's Speech was announced, as forecasted yesterday. The adoption of the Address in Reply was moved by Mr. ...

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  31. THE TAR COMBINE.

    For some time there has been an attempt —which has met with considerable success— on the part of the gas companies throughout Australia (says the Adelaide ...

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  32. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    In the Legislative Council to-day a motion was carried against the Government that a select committee be appointed to inquire into electoral matters. ...

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  33. WRECK OF THE FIDO.

    D. O'Brien, the A.B. who was at the wheel when the Fido stranded off Tweed Heads, and Francis Rohner, the third engineer, arrived at Brisbane to-night on a railway pass for ...

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  34. BICYCLE ROAD RACES.

    The shire council has evidently killed bicycle road racing in Cessnock. The president of the council drew the bicycle club secretary's attention to bylaws reulating the ...

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  35. ACCIDENT TO THE BURRUMBEET.

    The steamer Burrumbeet, of the Huddart, Parker line, which arrived at Port Adelaide from Western Australia on Wednesday morning, met with a slight accident when coming ...

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  36. R.M.S. MILTIADES.

    The Miltiades, which arrived at Melbourne yesterday, has been substituted for the Oroya for one round voyage, owing to a mishap to that vessel. The Miltiades left Tilbury on June 14, and calls were made ...

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  37. A SUDDEN DEATH.

    A young lad, Derval Judge, aged 16, employed in the post office, was stooping to take a mail bag from the floor, yesterday afternoon, when he struck a corner of the ...

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  38. NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON.—Arr: July 24, Mocraki, s, from Sydney. Dep: July 24, Whangapoa, scow, for Sydney. WESTPORT.—Arr: July 24, Ennerdale, s, from Fremantle. ...

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  39. THE MAILS.

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  40. SOUTHERN COAL TRADE.

    The North Bulli colliery did not receive any Government hoppers for despatching coal or coke for shipment yesterday, still the traffic on this line was particularly heavy. Early, ...

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  41. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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  42. THE VICTORIA'S PASSENGERS.

    The steamer Victoria, which left Sydney yesterday for Auckland, took the following passengers:—Mr. and Mrs. A. Coleman and three children, Dr. and Mrs. Sweet and child, Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. ...

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  43. CHURCH JUBILEE AT ALBURY.

    During the past week special services have been held in various Anglican churches throughout the district to mark the fiftieth anniversary of St. Matthew's Church. The ...

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  44. ARRIVAL OF THE ALEXA.

    The barquentine Alexa, timber laden, 27 days out from Wanganui, entered Sydney Heads at 9 o'clock last night. The vessel encountered heavy W gales and high seas till off Port Stephens, on July 17. Then ...

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  45. THE WEATHER.

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  46. THE MAHENO.

    The turbine steamer Maheno, which left Wellington at 5.15 p.m. on Saturday, arrived at Sydney yesterday. She encountered strong SE winds till early on Sunday when the wind freshened to a hard gale from ENE, ...

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  47. MILITARY.

    It is probable that several changes in the positions of military officers will take place upon the pending appointment of the Commandant of Victoria being made. It is generally accepted that this command ...

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  48. BARGE MYEE.

    The steamer Flinders steamed into Kingscote (S.A.) yesterday morning with the barge Mvce in tow. The Myee when being towed to Western Australia broke adrift from the Flinders when five miles SSE of ...

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  49. CHANGSHA AT PORT DARWIN.

    The steamer Changsha arrived at Port Darwin on Tuesday from China and Japan, with 32 tons of general cargo and eight Chinese. The through passengers are:—Messrs. Phelps, Gibson, Young, Golding, ...

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  50. ONLY ONE "BROMO QUININE[?]"

    that is LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. Used the world over to Cure Colds in One Day. E. W. Grove's signature on box, 1s 1½d.—Advt. ...

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