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  2. BUILDINGS AND WORKS.

    St. Clement's Church, at the corner of Marri[?]kville and Petersham roads, has just been completed from the plans and under the supervision of Messrs. Spain and Cosh. T[?]e ...

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  3. NEWCASTLE.

    The Newcastle detachment (G Company) of the Naval Brigade, under Commander Gardner, left by the afternoon train to-day for Hawkesbury, where they will join the ...

    Article : 142 words
  4. SPORTING.

    A fair amount of useful work was got through yesterday morning on the cinder and inner sand tracks, but the only item of interest was a stout mile gallop executed by ...

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  5. CITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD.

    The 28th annual meeting of the above society was held at the head office, intersection Hunter, Bligh, and Castlereagh streets, yesterday afternoon. There was a good ...

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  6. SHIPPING.

    Hymettus, s, 4606 tons, Captain M'Donald, from East London, South Africa, via Melbourne. Passengers—Sister Austin, Mrs. Bagshawe and infant, Mr. Cotell, Mrs Collins, Mr. J. Finlayson, Mr. T. Waters, ...

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  7. KURRAJONG TROTTING CLUB.

    The Ku[?]jong Trotting Club held ita Autumn meeting at North Richmond racecourse to-day, when the attendance was [?] [?]air and the weather dull. The racing was particularly good, some close, exciting finishes ...

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  8. THE WHITE STAR L[?]NERS.

    The Afric left Liverpool March 15, and is due a Capetown April 4, Albany April 19, Adelaide [?]pm) 23, Melbourne April 26, and at Sydney May 3. The Medi[?] left Liverpool Feb. 9 She is due a[?] ...

    Article : 169 words
  9. STEAMER ISLEWORTH IN A GALE.

    The steamer Is[?]eworth, commanded by Cap[?]ain Cox, arrived from Puget Sound this morning, after a passage of 45 days. She bas a cargo of 1,788,776[?] of [?]umber for Adelaide. ...

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  10. THE ABERDEEN LINE

    The Damascus left Sydney March 2 and Melbourn[?] March 7. She ia due at Durban March 29, and at London April 26. The Marathon, n[?]w in port at London, will [?]a[?]l ...

    Article : 128 words
  11. ALBI[?]N PARK RACES.

    The Albion Park race meeting was held to-day in ideal weather There was a fair attendance, and the racing was interesting and free from accident Results: ...

    Article : 208 words
  12. CASUALTIES.

    Mr. Ernest Williams, a solicitor, who is on a visit to Sydney from the southern district, was knocked down by a cart in Yorkstreet yesterday. He got a cut over the ...

    Article : 65 words
  13. LUND'S BLUE ANCHOR LINE.

    The Wak[?]l sailed from Sydney on 8th inst. an[?] Melbourne 14th inst. She is due to leave Adelaid[?] to-day, and should arrive in London on May 7. The Narrung sailed from London on Feb 5, and ...

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  14. DEPARTURES.—March l8.

    Moana, R.M.S., for Vancouver, via ports. Telamon, s, for London, Liverpool, and Glasgow, via Hobart and ports. Scottish M[?]narch, s, for Brisbane. ...

    Article : 65 words
  15. DROWNED AT MANLY.

    The City Coroner held an inquest yesterday regarding the death of a child, William John Short, aged 3 years, who was drowned at Manly on the 11th inst., through falling ...

    Article : 46 words
  16. ROSEHILL RACING CLUB.

    The second day's racing in connection with the Rosehill Autumn Meeting, postponed from Saturday owing to the inclemency of the weather, takes place to-day, and though the ...

    Article : 668 words
  17. GENERAL NOTES.

    The first contract in connection with the construction of the Bellevue Hill electri[?] tramway was let last week to Mr. J. Ahearn at s[?]hedule rates. ...

    Article : 256 words
  18. THE BAR HARBOURS.

    The following reports were received yesterday from the coastal harbours:—Ballina, 13[?]t Gin on bar, 13[?]t on inside channel at high water; Cape Hawke, south, rough, slight fresh running out; South-West Rocks, ...

    Article : 64 words
  19. INTERSTATE CEICKET.

    The test cricket match, Western Australia [?] New South Wales, was continued on the Perth Cricket Ground to-day in fine though threat[?]ning weather. A few light showers ...

    Article : 289 words
  20. NARRANDERA HOSPITAL BENEFIT MEETTING.

    St. Patrick's Day Hospital Race Meeting was held to-day, in beautiful weather, and there was a very fair attendance. Results:- Trial Stakes, Of.—Seagull, 1; Madge, 2; St. ...

    Article : 74 words
  21. PROJECTED DEPA[?]TURES.—March 19.

    Ventura, R.M.S., for San Franeiaco, via po[?] Allinga, s, for Bri[?]bane, Maryborough, Bundaberg, and Rockhampton; Arawatta, s, for Melbourne; Wodonga, s, for Brisbane and northern ports; Illawarra and S.C. ...

    Article : 136 words
  22. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    CAIRNS (1400 miles).—Dep: March 17. Aramac, [?] for Brisbane. BUNDABERG (717 miles).—Arr: March 17, Kone[?] warra s, from Cooktown. Dep: March 17, Cintra, [?] ...

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  23. BATEMAN'S BAY PI[?]NIC RACES.

    St. Patrick's Day was celebrated here to-day. The weather had been most unpromising for days past, and this morning some slight showers fell; but as the day were on the rain cleared away. A very ...

    Article : 141 words
  24. CLEARANCES.—March l8.

    Bloemfontcin, s, 4654 tons, Captain P. J. Greggans, for New Zealand ports. Moana, R.M.S. 3915 tons, Captain Jobn Gibb, for Vancouver, via Brisbane Fiji, and Hon[?]lulu, with ...

    Article : 84 words
  25. ANGLICAN MISSIONS.

    A pastoral letter from his Grace the Arc[?]bishop of Sydney to the clergy and la[?]ty of the Church of England in the dlocese was ordered to be read in all the churches on ...

    Article : 387 words
  26. IMPORTS.—March l8.

    Wodonga, s, from Melbourne: 2055 [?]s fruit, 230 [?]s des fruits, [?]86 pkgs biscuits, 70 [?]s boots, 78 pkgs drapery, 200 sks oats, 83 sks oatmeal, 150 bgs sharps, 100 kpgs w lead, 45 pkgs [?] shoes, 500 bxs cartridges, ...

    Article : 349 words
  27. ADELONG JOCKEY CLUB.

    The local Jockey Club's Autumn meeting took place to-day, when the weather was fine, but the attendance small. Results: ...

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  28. CONTRACTS.

    Randwick.—Additions to a residence, Messrs. Spain and Cosh, architects. Mr. G. P. Jones, builder. City.[?]Additions to stores in Young-street Messrs. Spain and Cosh, architects, Messrs. M'Callum and ...

    Article : 154 words
  29. AMUSEMENTS.

    Owing to the width o[?] the proscenium of the Theatre Boyal being insufficient to take the seven swings which form one of the most important features of the Pantomime, "Mother Goose" will be produced at Her ...

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  30. CYCLING AND MOTOKING.

    The members of the Pi[?]neer Motor Cycle Club will make a four-days' trip to Wombeyan Caves at Easter. Particulars of the tour may be obtained from Mr. E. [?] Croc[?]cr, 133 Parramatta-road. All ...

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  31. TENDERS.

    Orange.—Renovations to branch of Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Ltd. Messrs. Kent and Budden[?] architects. Waverley.—Renovations to St. E[?]mo, Dalley-street. ...

    Article : 291 words
  32. EXPORTS.—March 18.

    Moana, R.M.S., for Vanco[?]ver via Brisbane, Fiji, and Honolulu: 65 [?]s jam. 10 pkps wine. 10O [?]s [?]ardines, 10 pkgs wicks 10 [?]s preserves, 2300 [?]s onions, 1150 [?]s fruit 15 cs fish, 50 [?]s arabic, 442 inga tin, ...

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  33. WIRTH'S CIRCUS.

    Messrs. Wirth Brothers opened a seasen at Sydney of [?]heir circus at Pri[?]e Alfred Park last evening, and were accorded a splendid reception by the immense audience which filled the tents. The arrangements for ...

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  34. CRICKET.

    The monthly meeting of the N. S. Wales Cricket Association was held last night, Mr. C. F. W. Lloyd occupying the chair. It was stated that the total receipts to date in the ...

    Article : 351 words
  35. QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB.

    The St. Patrick's Meeting of the Queensland Tur[?] Club was concluded at Ascot to-day. There was a large attendance, and excellent weather prevailed. Results:[?] ...

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  36. PASSENGERS BY THE VENTURA.

    The follow[?]ing is a list of the passengers by the R.M.S. Ventura, which leaves the caster[?] side of the Circular Q[?]y at 1 p.m. to-day for San Fran[?]co, Via Auckland, Samoa, and [?]onelu[?]u: ...

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  37. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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  38. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS.

    Railway and Tramway Construction Works.—Construetion of the Bogin Gate to Bulbodney railway, section No. 2, Trundle to Tullamore, contract No. 7, Allbone and Ringholm, Petersham, schedule rates; construction ...

    Article : 311 words
  39. MURDOCH'S v GOWING BROS.

    A match was played on Hampden Park Oval last Wednesday between Murdoch's and Gowing Bros., and resulted in a win for Murdoch's by 149 runs. Murdoch's 192 (Wilson 40, Hodgon 36, Arnott 31, ...

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  40. CAREW BENE[?]IT MATCH.

    On the Brisbane Cricket Ground to-day the Carew benefit maitch between the Metropolis and Ipswich and West Moreton was commenced Metropolitan, in its first innings, made 225 (Hartigan 71, Hayes 46, ...

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  41. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND (1281 miles).—Arr: March l8, Vikin[?] Nor. bq, from Mauritius; Defiance bq[?]ne, from New[?] castle. KAIPARA.—Dep: March l8. Alexander Craig, bq, ...

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  42. HOMING.

    The Albury Homing Club held a race from Uranquintv a distance of 64 miles, air line. A total of 33 birds competed, and the results were:—Nottage's Kaiser, 598vds per min, 1; S. Doggett, 583yds, 2; ...

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  43. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland 5.30 p.M. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30 and 7 p.m. Queensland.—Overland, 3.45 p.m. Auckland, New Zealand, Sam[?]a, Navigator[?]' I[?]lan[?] ...

    Article : 265 words
  44. ANGLING.

    Messrs. Eastway Bros. have been advised that codfish are biting well in Queanbeyan River, below the town. A party of three had good sport on four days of last week, 1anding 1121b weight. The largest ...

    Article : 68 words
  45. SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

    At Cue on Sunday morning a dairyman found a decapitated body on the raliway line about half a mile from Day Dawn station. The body proved to be that of William J. ...

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  46. SWIMMING.

    The last of the point-score races for the season in connection with the above club were held at Lavender Bay Baths on Saturday afternoon. Results:- 60 Yards Handica[?].—Mrs. [?]e[?]son, 17s[?] 1; Miss F. ...

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  47. WAGGA ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES.

    The St. Patrick's Day races took place on the local racecourse this afternoon, and attracted n good attendance. The weather was pleasant, and small fields conterted the various events, but the racing was ...

    Article : 427 words
  48. [?] LINES.

    Messrs. Birt and Co., Ltd., Sydney agents for the undermentioned steamers, report movements as follow:- The Cornwall is at London. The Dev[?]n arrived at ...

    Article : 401 words
  49. WENTWORTH LADIES' CLUR.

    The above club held two races at the Coogee Baths on Saturday morning last Results:- 66 Yards.—Miss I. Harris, 15s, 1; Miss F. Forder, l8, 2; Miss M. Hill, s[?]r, 3 Time, 64 4[?]s. ...

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