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  2. GERMAN MAIL SUBSIDIES.

    Sir—Your editorial note in to-day's issue referring to my explanation forces me to again reply and put the matter in a more precise form, as the authority quoted by you ...

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  3. STATE POLITICS.

    A meeting of the Canterbury branch of the Liberal and Reform Association was held in the Canterbury Town Hall on Tuesday evening, to consider the nominations of candidates ...

    Article : 324 words
  4. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    At a meeting of the board of the Princess Royal Gold-mining Company to-day the directors unanimously resolved to resign. This decision was arrived at in consequence of the ...

    Article : 106 words
  5. NEWCASTLE.

    The annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce was held to-day. The president (Mr. J. M. Hyde) was in the chair. The report was adopted. The president, in his ...

    Article : 278 words
  6. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Shortly before midnight last evening a fire broke out in the cellar of the Imperial Hotel, kept by Mr. A. W. Tinkl[?] Many willing hands were quickly at the spot, and the fire having ...

    Article : 98 words
  7. SHIPPING.

    M[?]ra, s, [?] tons, Captain W. J. Newton, from Wellington. Passengers—Misses Lelievre, C[?] Love, Horan, Goddard, Wilkie, Haziett, N[?]ill, Russell, No[?] M'Adam, Anderson, Young, Gould, Webb, Crazier, ...

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  8. A LIFEBUOY FOUND.

    The Acting British Consul at No[?] has reported to the Department of Navigation, under date April [?] that a lifebuoy was found on Cape N'Dua, at the southern end of New [?]donia, on March 17 last, ...

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  9. THE UNION LINERS.

    The Maheno arrives in [?] to-day, and is due at Melbourne on Saturday morning. She leaves Melbourne for Hobart and New Zealand ports at 3 p.m. on Wednesday next. ...

    Article : 112 words
  10. DEVELOPMENT IN JAPAN.

    The Co[?]onial Treasurer, Mr. F. Wilson, who has just returned from a trip to Japan, says that at Tokio he conversed with the Japanese Premier. Marquis Saionji. Mr. Wilson ...

    Article : 402 words
  11. SCHOOLS OF ART.

    In consequence of the sinking of the foundations of the School of Arts building at Stroud, the foundation-stone of which was laid by Earl Jersey about 15 years ago, the ...

    Article : 114 words
  12. ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    At the annual meeting of the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society to-day, Mr. A. J. Murray was re-elected president. The finance committee's report showed that ...

    Article : 79 words
  13. MESSAGERIES MARITIMES.

    The F.M.S. Armand Beh[?] left Noumea 8th [?] Sydney 22nd inst, at noon, and leaves Melbourne 25th, at 1 p.m., Adelaide 27th, at 1 p.m. She is due at Fremantle [?] prox., Colombo llth, Bombay 14th, Ad[?] ...

    Article : 226 words
  14. A REMARKABLE ACCIDENT.

    A remarkable accident occurred to-night at the residence of Sir, John Madden. A party from the house, consisting of Miss Ruby Madden, Mrs. Vallange, and Colonel Campbell, ...

    Article : 205 words
  15. THE CHURCHES.

    The new Church of England rectory has just been completed. It is the most attractive dwelling in Cooma, and one of the best on Monaro. It is built in Gothic style of ...

    Article : 155 words
  16. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (1239 miles).—Arr: April 24, Co[?] thic, s, from London, via Hobart; Wimmera, s, from Sydney. ...

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  17. ST. JOSEPH-WHANGAROA COLLISION.

    The Superintendent of Navigation (Captain Newton) held a preliminary inquiry to-day regarding the collision between the barque St. Joseph and the scow Whangaroa, off Sydney ...

    Article : 56 words
  18. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 772 words
  19. THE M'ARTHUR LINE.

    Messrs. W. and A. M'Arthur, Ltd., report the following movements of their steamers in the Eastern service:- The Vine Branch left Sydney for V[?]adivostock, via ...

    Article : 54 words
  20. MR. WADDELL AT COWRA.

    Mr. Waddell, M.L.A., has been touring the electorate for several days. Last Saturday he spoke to a well attended meeting at Mount M'Donald, also at Woodstock. On Monday, ...

    Article : 393 words
  21. THE AUSTRALIAN UNION LINE.

    The Indragh[?] sailed from Melboune March 12 for Dunkirk, Hull, and London, via the S[?] Canal. The Star of Scotland sailed from Sydney March [?] for Dun[?] Antwerp, and London, via the Sucz Canal. ...

    Article : 170 words
  22. MEMORIAL DEDICATED AT CATHEDRAL.

    A new baptismal font [?]rected in Christ Church Cathedral, and presented by Mrs. W. H. Fuller in memory of her late husband, who had been a member of the par[?]chial ...

    Article : 179 words
  23. DEPARTURES.—April 24.

    Victoria, R.M.S., for London, via Hobart and ports. K[?] Maru, J.M.S., for Yokohamma, via ports. Franken, s. for Bremen, via Melbourne. H.M.S. Torch, on a South Sea [?] ...

    Article : 66 words
  24. MUNICIPAL.

    Mr. E. Hitchins has been elected to fill the vacancy in the council caused by the resignation of Alderman Little. There were two nominations, and one was informal. ...

    Article : 480 words
  25. RIOT OF PUNJABI LABOURERS.

    The steamer Clyde, from Labasa, reports that [?] Punjabi labourers created a riot, and the police fired on them, wounding three. Sixty prisoners arrived by H.M.S. Cambrian. ...

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  26. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—April 25.

    Orange Branch, s. for Manila, Hongkong, and V[?]adivostook; Coomonderry, s, for Mor[?]ya (direct), Narooma, and Wagonga; Erina, s, for Gosford, Woy Woy, and Brisbane Water; Woy Woy, s, for Newport and ...

    Article : 99 words
  27. AMERICAN AND AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIP LINE.

    Messrs. Birt and Co., Limited, Dangar. Gedye, and Co., and Houlder Brothers and Co., Limited, joint agents, report movements of their New York steamers as follows: ...

    Article : 125 words
  28. ARDENCRAIG-NORMA COLLISION.

    The work of discharging the Adelaide portion of the Ardencraig's cargo was begun in the new dock to-day. Although no claim can be made by the owners of the Norma upon the ...

    Article : 191 words
  29. NEW SOUTH WALES CREW.

    This morning the New South Wales eightoar crew rowed over the course to the starting point, 3[?] miles, steadily, and returned at a comfortable bat. In the afternoon they ...

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  30. CLEARANCES.—April 24.

    Moko[?]a, s, 3502 tons, Captain R. E. Smith, for New Zealand ports. via Auckland., Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Paget, Mr. and Mrs. Allingham and infant, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Ashwia. Mr. and ...

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  31. EXPORTS.

    The following vess[?] cleared at the Customs-house to-day:—Sultan Van Langkat. s, for Bor[?] with 500 tons bunker coal: Benlarig, sh, for Valparaiso, [?] tons coal; ...

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  32. EASTERN AND AUSTRALIAN S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET.

    The Empire sails from Hongkong April 27 for Australian ports, via Manila. The Eastern sailed from Brisbane 13th, Townsville 15th, Cai[?]s 1[?] and Cooktown April 17th, for, ...

    Article : 57 words
  33. COAL LUMPING DIFFICULTY.

    No movements of special importance took place yesterday in connection with the coal lumping trouble. Considerable interest was taken in the police court ...

    Article : 241 words
  34. OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

    The Hector lett Adelaide on 10th inst for London, Liverpool, and Glasgow, via Suez. The Orestes, sailed from Adelaide on 7th [?] and is now due in London. The Pak Ling arrived at Melbourne on 19th inst, and ...

    Article : 81 words
  35. PEA RIFLE ACCIDENTS.

    The Canobolas Shire Council is taking steps to secure legislative action for the regulation of the age at which persons should be allowed to use pea ri[?]es, and has invited the ...

    Article : 78 words
  36. LIGHT HORSE CAMP.

    Brigadier-General Gordon, Colonel Vernon, Colonel Sir Rupert Carington, LieutenantColonel Irving, Major Legge, Major Markwell, Captain Brand, Captain Martin, officers 4th ...

    Article : 319 words
  37. COMMONWEALTH LINE.

    The A[?] is on the passage from Port P[?] to Newcastle. The Ard[?] is loading at Port Pirie. The Allanton has sailed from Valparaiso for Newcastle. The Come and Indr[?] on the passage to ...

    Article : 110 words
  38. A STEAMER AGROUND.

    The steamer Inveran was blown across Wellington Harbour to-night, and took the ground off Oriental Bay. ...

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  39. LABOUR AND EDUCATION.

    Sir,—Your sub-leader on the above subject undoubtedly places the public of the State under further obligation to the "Herald," as being a straightforward, commonsense ...

    Article : 850 words
  40. AUSTRALIAN AND INDIAN' LINE.

    The Darius sailed on April 8 from Melbourne to Calcutta. The E[?] sailed on April 17 from Melbourne for Java and Singapore. ...

    Article : 64 words
  41. IMPORTS.—April 24.

    M[?]ra, s, from Auckland; 39 sks hides, 20 cs marble, 14 b[?]s flax, [?] sks peas, [?] sks fungus, [?] cheese, 200 [?] 12 csks [?] 14 [?] tallow, 63 [?] machinery and sundries. ...

    Article : 169 words
  42. NEW INTERSTATE LINER.

    The new steamer Cooma, built for the Howard Smith Company's Melbourne, Sydney, and Queensland service, arrived last night from Glasgow, via South African ports. She ...

    Article : 216 words
  43. THE TYSER LINE, LTD.

    The M[?] sailed from Auckland, N.Z., March 15, for London, via Cape Horn. The Ni[?] from London, via Melbourne, arrived at Sydney 21st inst, en route to New Zealand ports. The Mi[?] from London, via ...

    Article : 159 words
  44. NEWCASTLE COAL TRIMMERS' UNION.

    Delegates from the Sydney Coal Lumpers' Union are now paying a visit to Newcastle. They are appealing to the various unions engaged directly and indirectly in the coal ...

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  45. EXPORTS.—April 24.

    Victoria, R.M.S. for London, via Hobart and ports; 703 bgs ore, [?] ingots copper, 379 ingots tin, 210 [?] 13 [?] silver [?] silver 20 cs electrical appliances, [?] butter, 4392 [?] mutton, [?] ...

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  46. PRINCE ALFRED HOSPITAL PAVILIONS.

    Sir,—The report' of the annual meeting of subscribers, etc, to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, suggests questions upon which it appears to me the taxpayer is entitled to more ...

    Article : 547 words
  47. THE UNITED TYSER LINE.

    The Hawkes [?] sailed from New York April 20 for F[?] Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. The Indian M[?] is to sail from New York May 11 for Melbourne, Sydney, and New Zealand ports. ...

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  48. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 5.30 p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30[?] and 7 p.m. Queensland.—Overland, 3.45 p.m. Thursday Island, Port Darwin, Zambonanga, Ma[?] ...

    Article : 323 words
  49. THE BAR HARBOURS.

    The following reports were received yesterday from the [?] harbours:—Cape Hawke, [?] on bar at high water. South-west Roc[?] 10ft [?] on bar at high water; C[?] Haven Heads, [?] on bar at high water; ...

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  50. PUZZLED POLICEMEN.

    The local policemen are faced with a puzzle. At the Circuit Court yesterday, Mr. Justice Cohen said that, it was more in consonance with the law that police officers should ...

    Article : 158 words
  51. BATHURST SYNOD.

    The Bathurst synod concluded its sittings to-day. Several reports and canons were adopted. The appointments were: ...

    Article : 265 words
  52. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

    THURSDAY ISLAND ([?] miles).—Arr: April 24, Marjorie, s, from Newcastle. [?] ([?] miles).—Passed; April [?] Japanese training [?]dron. ...

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  53. PASSENGERS BY THE WILOANNIA.

    Appended is a list of the passengers by Land's Blue Anchor liner Wilcannia, which is due at Sydney on Saturday next:- From London: Miss Hall, Mr. H. As[?]roft, Mrs. ...

    Article : 168 words
  54. THE ALDENHAM DUE THIS MORNING.

    The E and A. S.S. Company's new mail steamer Alde[?] (formerly the Aberdeen liner Nine[?] will arrive at Sydney early this morning form London. [?] will berth about 7.30 to 8 a.m. at the company's ...

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  55. CASUALTIES.

    While playing in his father's yard in Edward-street, East Orange, to-day, a little son or Mr. William Plowman was kicked by a horse in the jaw, which was hadly fractured. ...

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  56. THE ESSEX LEAVES CAPETOWN.

    A cable message was yesterday received by Messrs. [?] and Co., Limited, stating that the Fede[?]al liner Essex left Capetown on Monday last, [?]n route from Liverpool to Australia and New Zealand ports. ...

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  57. TAKES POISON BY MISTAKE.

    Hoster Goldsmith, an elderly woman. residing at St. John's-road, G[?]ebe, was admitted to Prince Alfred Hospital yesterday afternoon, having drunk a quantity of carbolic ...

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  58. FIRE AT NARRABEEN.

    Shortly after 5 o'clock yesterday morning the Narrabeen Hotel, at Narrabeen, which is a few miles from Manly, was discovered to be on fire, and before the flames could be ...

    Article : 243 words
  59. THE [?]NIC LEAVES RIO DE JANEIRO.

    A private cable message received last night stated that the Shaw, Sa[?] and Albion Company's steamer [?] sailed from Rio de Ja[?] for London on April [?] from New Zealand ports. ...

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  60. THE RANGATIRA AT LONDON.

    According to private cable advices to hand last evening, the steamer B[?] of Shaw, Savill, and Alb[?] Company's fleet, arrived at London on Monday last from Na[?] N.Z., via Rio Janciro. ...

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  61. DEATH FROM POISON.

    On Monday night, at Yerrand[?]rie, Alexander Archer, boundary rider employed by Mr. Peter King, informed him that he had done something he could never undo, and asked for an ...

    Article : 234 words
  62. ODDFELLOWS' MEMORIAL.

    A monument erected in the Anglican Cemetery to the late Bro. C. H. V[?]ss, district secretary, M.U. Independent Order Oddfellows, was unv[?]ed to-day by P.G.M. Morgan ...

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  63. THE MISHAP TO THE FORTUNATUS.

    Messrs. Ar[?] C[?] and Co. have received information that the steamer Fortunatus, of their Australian and Indian line of steamships. after being floated off the reef on which she grounded near the Island of ...

    Article : 132 words
  64. REFERENCE NOTES.

    Correspondence intended for transmission by this vessel must be specially endorsed with the name of the ship. Letters, provided they are posted in the Special ...

    Article : 197 words
  65. Advertising

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  66. THE CANADIAN MAIL SERVICE.

    The Union S.S. Company, the managing agents of the Canadian Australian Royal Mail line, advise that it has been decided to replace the R.M.S. M[?] time-tabled to sail in June, by the R.M.S. Mo[?] ...

    Article : 47 words
  67. BANFFSHIRE DIVERTED.

    Owing to the coal-lumpers' strike the Federal liner Ran[?] will put in at Newcastle for bunker coal instead of coming straight on from Brisbane to Sydney. ...

    Article : 34 words
  68. Advertising

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    Advertising : 65 words
  69. THE TRIP OF THE MIOWERA.

    As was generally anticipated, the prolonged trip of the steamer Miowera, running under the auspices of the Union S.S Company of New Zealand, was due to adverse weather conditions. The commander ...

    Article : 96 words
  70. Advertising

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    Advertising : 31 words
  71. Advertising

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    Advertising : 35 words
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    Advertising : 32 words
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