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  2. NORTH SYDNEY WANTS.

    Alderman Carter, Mayor of North Sydney, headed a large deputation representing the north side to the Premier yesterday afternoon. Among those present were the ...

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  3. CYCLONIC STORM.

    "A considerable fall in barometers has evidently set in between the New South Wales coast and Norfolk Island, causing an intensification of stormy conditions. The ...

    Article : 337 words
  4. VICTORIA.

    Thomas Timmins was to-day charged at the Supreme Court criminal sitting with the manslaughter of Frederick Salter,, aged 23 years. Accused pleaded not guilty. ...

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  5. GRAND OPERA.

    There was a dramatic grip both of music and lyric situations on the part of the principals engaged in "The Flying Dutchman" last night, which strongly recommended the ...

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  6. SHIPPING.

    Bramley, s, 4200 tons, Captain Gray, from Puget Sound. Davies and Felton. Limited, agents. Konoowarra, s, 1200 tons, Captain J. P. Boyle, from Brisbane. Passengers—Saloon 6, steerage 4. Howard ...

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  7. NEWCASTLE.

    A daring safe robbery was perpetrated early this morning at the Methodist Mission Hall, King-street, within a hundred yards of the busiest thoroughfare of the city. Only five ...

    Article : 303 words
  8. STEAMER'S PERILOUS EXPERIENCE.

    Captain Pearce of the steamer Ripple reports the steamer had a trying experience when about three miles north of Bateman's Bay en route to Sydney. They fell in with a ...

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  9. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    Port Caroline, s, at Antwerp, from Sydney, via ports, Somerset, s, at London, from Sydney, via ports. Paparoa, s, at London, from Wellington, N.Z. Meissen, s, at Hamburg. ...

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  10. DEPARTURES.—June 25.

    Aotea, s, for Brisbane. Kalomo, s, for Brisbane. Wyandra, s, for Melbourne. Aramac, s, for Cooktown. ...

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  11. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    LYTTELTON (1374 miles).—Arr: June 25, Dunbla[?] bq, from Edithburg. BLUFF (1107 miles).—Dep: June 25. Irene, for Launceston; Moeraki, s, for Melbourne. ...

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  12. RAIN DESTROYS HARES.

    CANDELO.—Itain set in on Monday morning, and continued well throughout the day. The Coursing Club's Puppy Stakes meeting has been postponed until July 3 on account of the number of hares dying ...

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  13. R.M.S. MACEDONIA AT FREMANTLE.

    The R.M.S. Macedonia arrived at 7 this morning from London with the following passengers:- For Melbourne: Messrs. Wale, Hildyard, Booth[?] Lieut.-Col. Reay, Hain, West, Dr. Sweet, Connebe[?] ...

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  14. CHINA'S FAMINE.

    The Minister for Agriculture has received a cablegram from Mr. Levien, State Agent in China and Japan, stating that the famine in Northern China is now at an end, and ...

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  15. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—June 26.

    Pacifique, s, for Noumea and New Hebrides; Largo Law, s, for New Zealand ports; Atua, s, for Fiji, Tonga, S[?]moa, and Auckland; Victoria, s, for Auckland and New Zealand ports; Grantala, s, for ...

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  16. GROUNDING OF STEAMERS.

    The steamer Despatch arrived at Port Albert yesterday morning. Subsequently owing to the Wyrallah having run aground about half a mile from the wharf, the Despatch ...

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  17. CLEARANCES.—June 25.

    Dorset, s, 6990 tons, Captain Prentice, for London, via Newcastle and Brisbane. Kalomo, s, 5019 tons, Captain Linklater, for Brisbane. ...

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  18. ROGERS ON AUSTRALASIA.

    This is not the Rogers, later known by a more dignified name, to whom the late Chief Justice Higinbotham, of Victoria, used to refer in his political days as "the man Rogers," ...

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  19. KUMANO MARU'S PASSENGER LIST.

    The Kumano Maru's passengers are:- For Brisbane: Miss Bingham, Messrs. T. H. Bingham, C. Betton, H. Posar, Pilots Lee, Thomson. For Sydney: Mesdames Baker, Baba, Fagan, Hume. ...

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  20. DELAYS TO LOADED SHIPS.

    At the Newcastle Police Court to-day, before Mr. G. F. Scott, S.M., Alfred John Wright, master of the vessel Valdivia, Ernest Kaak, of the Lisboth, James Johnson (Sophie Kirk), ...

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  21. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    It has been proved that some of the wheat which was taken from the wrecked barque Norma three weeks after she disappeared beneath the waters of ...

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  22. IMPORTS—June 25.

    Helicon, German sh, from Hamburg; 310 cs lampware, 160 cs hyper. soda, 20 kgs saltpetre, 6850 pkgs wire, 2550 drums carbide, 170 cs beer, 450 cs gypsum, 430 pkgs w. pulp, 30 cs straw-board, 240 b[?]s leather, ...

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  23. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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  24. MISHAP TO A STEAMER.

    The passenger and cargo steamer Allowrie, of the fleet of the IlIawarra and South Coast S.N. Company, Limited, which was despatched from Sydney at about 7.30 on Monday evening, ...

    Article : 244 words
  25. FIREMEN DESERTERS.

    Five firemen of the steamer Surrey were found to be missing when the vessel was ready to take her departure for Great Britain. Three were chased by the police, but eluded ...

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  26. SHIP'S OFFICERS REFUSE DUTY.

    An interesting case bearing on the seaworthiness of a ship was heard at Newcastle Police Court to-day, before Mr. G. F. Scott. S.M. Henrich Peaper, 24, and John Meyer, ...

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  27. SPANISH IMMIGRATION.

    One hundred and seventeen Spaniards out of one thousand engaged for work on the Colonial Sugar Refining Company's works passed through Fremantle on Saturday last en route ...

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  28. EXPORTS.—June 25.

    Dorset, s, for London, via South Africa, Newcastle, Brisbane. Sydney, and ports: Part cargo already shipped, 22,000 crts rabbits. Customs-house.—Entered outwards—June 25: Inga, s, ...

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  29. VESSELS SHELTERING.

    Among the large number of vessels sheltering from the storm last night at the different havens of refuge on the coast were the following. ...

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  30. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES.

    Mary Gregg, an elderly woman, who was found together with her husband suffering from the effects of charcoal fumes poisoning at her residence in New South Head-road ...

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  31. THE PERIOD DUE THIS MORNING.

    The Howard Smith Company's new steamer Period, from Middlesborough, signalled Jervis Hay last night, and will arrive here early this morning. ...

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  32. HUDDART, PARKER, AND CO.'S LINE.

    The Anglian left fremantle yesterday for Adelaide. The Barwon arrived at Melbourne yesterday from Newcastle. The Burrumbeet left Hobart last night for Sydney. ...

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  33. THE UTILITY OF MARKSMANSHIP.

    Sir,—A belated defence of Colonel Forster's position in this matter appeared in the "Herald" of 17th inst over the initials "G.W.M." "G.W.M." goes to a good deal of trouble to ...

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  34. CESSNOCK'S WATER SUPPLY.

    The Hunter District Water and Sewerage Board met at their offices to-day, Mr. W. J. Milner presiding. The total revenue collected since January 1 amounted to £20,754. In ...

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  35. All EXTRAORDINARY STREET ACCIDENT.

    Alexander Bryon, a youth 15 years of age, son of Pattison Bryon, of Avondale, met with a peculiar and painful accident here to-day. He was riding a horse up the main street ...

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  36. THE RAINFALL.

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  37. GERMAN.-AUSTRALIAN LINE.

    The Altona left Hamburg June 1, outward, and is due at Melbourne July 25. The Apolda left Hamburg May 18, outward, and is due at Melbourne July 11. The Berlin left Batavia May 15, homeward. The ...

    Article : 265 words
  38. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 5.30 p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30 and 7 p.m. Queensland.—Overland, 3.45 p.m. Manning River.—Rosedale, 9 a.m. ...

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  39. COLLIERY EMPLOYEES' FEDERATION.

    A meeting of the Colliery Employees' Federation was held at the Trades Hall to-day, Mr. Peter Bowling presiding. A motion was passed confirming the desirableness of the ...

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  40. A WOMAN SHOT DEAD.

    It is reported that a Mrs. Smith was accidentally shot dead at Tego Springs, near Bundaleer (Queensland), on Sunday, by a man who was in search of gamewith a rifle. It is ...

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  41. THE BAR HARBOURS.

    The following reports were received yesterday from the coastla harbours respecting the state of the [?]ars:— Tweed Heads, 10ft 6in on bar, 3ft 2in rise, 9ft 6in on crossing, channel narrow; Bellinger, new channel ...

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  42. ROUGH WEATHER CONDITIONS.

    The strong south-easterly gale continued to blow all day, causing dislocation of shipping. Heavy rain fell during the early morning and to-night. A very heavy sea was running ...

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  43. AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

    Last evening at the Royal Society's rooms, before the members of the Australian Historical Society, Mr. J. H. Watson, one of the vice-presidents, read a paper entitled ...

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  44. FATALITY AT SEA.

    During the voyage of the barque Brabloch, which arrived at Sydney yesterday from Liverpool, an A.B. named C. Luke fell from the upper foretopgallant yard on to the deck, and succumbed to his injuries ...

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  45. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    THURSDAY ISLAND (2000 miles).—Arr. June 25, Kumano Maru, J.M.S., from Japan. COOKTOWN (1550 miles).—Passed June 25, Nikko Maru, J.M.S., bound for Japan. ...

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  46. ATTORNEYS' CHARGES.

    Sir,—I am quite in accord with the views and expressions of "Vulcan" and "Another Victim" re the charges of lawyers, and the ignorance of Judges after they have ...

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  47. COAL EXPORT TRADE.

    The followiug vessels cleared at the Customs-house to-day:—Wonga Fell, s, for Port Pirie, via Sydney, with 310[?] tons coal; Mennock, bq, for Acajulta, with 1132 tons coal; ...

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  48. LATE MINING.

    On the Stock Exchange to-day quotations were:—Chillagoe, contg., b 7s 9d, s 8s; contg., forward, b 7s 9d, s 8s 4d; Chillagoe Ruddigore, b £14 10s, s £15 10s; Dalziell's, b 5s 3d, ...

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  49. STATE ELECTIONS.

    The police have completed the compilation of the lists of persons entitled to vote in the Balmain and Rozelle Parliamentary electorate. There are four polling places for each ...

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  50. REFERENCE NOTES.

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

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  51. THE PROSPECTS.

    The Acting Government Meteorologist, Mr. A. Noble, said last night that south-west to south-cast gales may be expected to continue to-day, with rough to high seas and rain ...

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  52. ARMIDALE.

    A branch of the Liberal and Reform Association was formed here last night. ...

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  53. BILLIARDS.

    The exhibition match between H. W. Stevenson, the world's champion billiard player, and Walter Parker, of Sydney who receives 5500 in 12,000, was continued to-day. Towards the close of the afternoon session ...

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  54. GALES IN THE SOUTH.

    Stormy conditions continue, the cold being intense. Heavy rain fell last night, accompanied by a strong southerly gale. The rain continued to-day. Shipping is considerably ...

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