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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    At a meeting of the West Wyalong Propress Committee it was resolved that the Colonial Secretary be asked to proceed with the formation of a municipality at West Wyalong, ...

    Article : 129 words
  3. SHIPPING.

    Mongolia, B.M.S., 9505 tons, Captain Preston, from London, via ports. Passengers—Dr. and Mrs. M. Jones, Misses Jonra (2), Master Jones, 2 infants, anu nurse, Mrs. and Miss Kentish, Mr. and Mrs. S. Howard, ...

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  4. SHIPPING CASUALTIES.

    Quite a mild sensation was created in shipping circles yesterday morning, when a report came from the signalmaster at South Head that the steamer Upolu, belonging to Lever's ...

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  5. CASUALTIES.

    While riding on a tram at Annandale yesterday afternoon, a boy, Robert Hughes, 10, living with his parents at 35 Susan-strcnt, Leichhard, fell off. He was conveyed to the ...

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  6. DENTAL PROFESSION.

    At the annual meeting of the Dental Association of New South Wales, held at the Royal Exchange last night, under the presidency of Mr. Charles Hall, the following ...

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  7. VICTORIA,

    [?] the District Court to-day, H. L. Stevens, manager of Knowles Motor Company, Melbourne, was fined £2 with £5 is 6d costs, on a charge of having driven a motor car ...

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  8. THE NINEVEH AT DUBBAN.

    A private cable message received last night [?] that the Aberdeen liner Nineveh, from Sydney, [?] to London, arrived at Durban on Jan. 15. ...

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  9. CHINA NAVIGATION COMPANY.

    The Changsha left Hongkong on the 7th inst. and [?] due to arrive in Sydney on the 30th inst. The Tsinan sailed from Sydney on the 15th inst. route to the East. ...

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  10. WOMAN SCALDED.

    Nellie Cahill, 30, residing at 100 Glebe-road, Glebe, met with a painful accident at her home yesterday. She was scrubbing the floor and some bolling water was being handed to ...

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  11. MELBOURNE S.S.COMPANY.

    The Sydney leaves Sydney thiS evening for Melborn[?] Adelaide, and Western Australian ports. The Nonaro is expected at Adelaide to-morrow from Western, Australia, an route to eastern States. ...

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  12. POTATO GRADING MACHINES.

    A prize of £50 was recently offered by the Department of Agriculture as a reward to the inventor or agent of a machine that would most effectively, cheaply, and rapidly perform the ...

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  13. THE ELECTRA BARBOUND.

    The steamer Electra, which was barbound several days last week, has been again delayed in the river since Tuesday morning with many passengers and a large number of live ...

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  14. SUDDEN DEATH IN PARRAMATTA GAOL.

    Yesterday morning a prisoner in the Parramatta Gaol, named Patrick Miller, dropped dead whilst making his bed. Mr. W. Clarke, D.S.M., held an inquest in the afternoon ...

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  15. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    PORT DARWIN (2540 miles).—Arr: Jan. 16, Guthrie, s, from Sydney, via ports, an route to Singapore. KARUMBA.—Arr: Jan. 17, Maranoa, s, irom Brubane. ...

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  16. ACCIDENT TO A FERRY STEAMER.

    Yesterday morning the steamer Pheasant, of the Parramatta River service, of the Sydney Ferries, Limited, was taken to the repairing yards of the company to be fitted with a new ...

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  17. OVERSEA IMPORTS.

    The returns of the total value of Victorian oversea imports of merchandise for 1906 show an increase of £1,820,710 over the previous year. The increase ls moderate in articles ...

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  18. THE SPORTING LEAGUE.

    Last night Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan addressed a large public meeting in the Town Hall under the auspices of the local Sporting League. He complained that the Sydney press were ...

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  19. A DETERMINED SUICIDE.

    The body of a man named Fred. Zlmmerlie, single, 49 years, was found hanging from a tree in a paddock three miles from Toowoomba. He had apparently tied a rope ...

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  20. ANOTHER ALBERT PARK DISCOVERY.

    While paddling in Albert Park lagoon today, four boys discovered some valuable jewellery, consisting of 16 rings, 7 brooches, 2 bangles, bracelet, and several pendants. The ...

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  21. ACCIDENT TO THE AIRLIE.

    The steamer Airlie arrived from Singapore to-day, and left the wharf in Bulimba Reach about 10.30 to-night. Shortly after leaving the wharf she struck rocks near Toombul ...

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  22. DEATH FROM PTOMAINE POISONING.

    Miss Donovan died at Lancefield to-day from ptomaine. poisoning caused by eating tinnea pineapple. She was staying with a married sister, Mrs. Riddell, and all the members of ...

    Article : 51 words
  23. MUNICIPAL.

    The sealed-pan sanitary system was adopted in a portion of the city yesterday in place of the old system. MUSWELLBROOK, Thursday. ...

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  24. A FETAL BOLT.

    A horse attached to a grocer's cart bolted In Kyabram to-day, and two of the occupants of the cart, Verdi' Malthouse and Reginald Callender, aged 12 and 16 years respectively, ...

    Article : 44 words
  25. A LIFEBUOY FOUND.

    The Marine Department received a telegram from Cape Moreton this morning stating that a lifebuoy had been picked up on the rocks yesterday marked "Senorita, of Auckland." ...

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  26. THE A.N.A. EXHIBITION.

    There were good attendances at the A.N.A. Exhibition to-day, among the visitors being Lady Northcote. In the cheese section, class H. 3001b Australian cheese, the Wolseley Park ...

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  27. DRAGGED FOR TWO MILES.

    While Wm. Ross, of Denison, was driving home from Tinamba last night, he fell o[?] of his buggy, one of his legs being caught between the brake nnd the vehicle, and his ...

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  28. DEPARTURES.—Jan. 17.

    Pathan, [?] for Auckland. Wonga Fell, S, for Port Pirie, vis Newcastle. Dart, training yacht, on a cruise. Suva, s, for Newcastle. ...

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  29. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—Jan. 18.

    Drayton Grange, s, for London, Liverpool, and Manchester, via ports; Gracchus, [?], for Madras and Calcut[?], via ports; huryalus. s, for Java ports and Singapore, via ports; Marere, s, for New Zealand ports; ...

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  30. THE EDEN HOLME WRECK.

    The inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the loss of the barque Eden Holme will be opened at Launceston on January 23. ...

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  31. BUSH FIRES.

    A fire occurred at Winburn Mr. W. Lee's estate yesterday, when a stack containing 75 tons of hay, and 100 acres of grass, were destroyed. The fire is supposed to have been ...

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  32. THE WEATHER.

    The weather chart issued yesterday shows that unsettled conditions continued to prevail during Wednesday night along parts of the coastline, and on the highlands, as well ...

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  33. THE MISSING STEAMER CENTENNIAL

    The wreckage found on the oeacu on the months-west coast, near Ulverstone, is suppposed to be from the steamer Centennial, Which left launceston for New Zealand some ...

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  34. CHURCHES.

    At a public meettng last night it was decided to present the Rev. Father Killian, who has had charge of the Roman Catholic church here for the past nine years, and who intends ...

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  35. DISASTROUS OUTBREAKS IN QUEENSLAND.

    A Charleville telegram states that the recent hot weather caused numerous bush fires, and consequent destruction of property. For the last fortnight a large fire has been ...

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  36. COMMERCE ACT.

    A conference of Government dairy experts from the various States with the Minister for Customs. Sir. Wm. Lyne, was held to-day to consider the working of the Commerce Act ...

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  37. CLEARANCES.—Jan. 17.

    Wonga Fell, s, 3998 tons, Captain Donaldson, for Port Pirie, via Newcastle. New Guinea, s, 2674 tons, Captain Nicholson, for Melbourne, via Newcastle. ...

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  38. COASTER OUTWARDS.—Jan. 17.

    Louisa Messell sch, for Camden Haven. ...

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  39. IMPORTS.—Jan. 17.

    Innamincka, s, for Melbourne: 10 [?] 10 quatercasks whisky, 40 kgs cr tartar, 2500 pkgs fruit, 40 cs sauce, 70 bgs onions, 15 cls wire, 25 bxs sultans, 20 bls gluepieces, 27 cs oil, 15 half-chests tea, 20 ...

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  40. FUNDS FOR THE IRISH PASTY.

    By the mail on Thursday, the United Irish League sent a further draft of £60 to Mr. J. E. Redmond on behalf of the United Irish Parliamentary fund. ...

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  41. VICTORIAN POLITICS.

    "The policy is settled," remarked the Premier to-day when questioned regarding the policy of a composite party of Ministerialists and members of the Opposition corner. "It ...

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  42. HORSES FOR INDIA.

    By the steamer Uganda, Mr. Fred. Howell has shipped at Melbourne and Pinkenba 380 Government and native cavalry horses to India, also the racehorses Circuit and C[?]valry, and ...

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  43. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 695 words
  44. HOSPITALS.

    The Grenrell District Hospital annual meeting was held last night. The report showed the income for the year was £550, and the expenditure £550. The institution had £400 ...

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  45. TEACHERS' SUMMER SCHOOL.

    Continued interest is being taken in the Work of the summer school. The dull, coo! chango has rendered the work in the feld a pleasure, and during the afternoon teachers ...

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  46. LABOUR TROUBLES.

    Rapid progress has been made with the work of connecting the local ironstone mine with the main raliway line until to-day, when all the men with horses and drays, numbering ...

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  47. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND (1281 miles).—Arr: Jan. 17, Star of Australia, s, from Sydney. WELLINGTON (1239 miles).—Dep; Jan. ll, [?] pehu, s, for London. ...

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  48. BATHURST DISTRICT ODDFELLOWS.

    The annual conference of the Bathurst District, M.U., Oddfellows was opened on Wednesday morning in the Oddfellows' Hall. The number of delegates present constituted a ...

    Article : 254 words
  49. THE MAILS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 263 words
  50. PASSENGERS BY THE MANUKA.

    The following is a list of the passengers by the Union Company's steamer Manuka which sailed from Sydney on Wednesday for New Zealand ports, via Auckland:— ...

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  51. TASMANIA GOLD MINE DISPUTE.

    The Victorian officers of the Miners' Association are making inquiries as to the trouble at the Tasmania gold mine. All the men are now out of Grubb's shaft. ...

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  52. SCHOOLS OF ARTS.

    The report presented at the annum meeting of members of the Mechanics' Institute last might showed that there were 210 financial members on the roll, and the net credit ...

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  53. ALLEGED DEARTH OF EMPLOYMENT.

    At the meeting of the Sydney Labour Council last night, Mr. A. Vernon, as a matter of privilege, drew attention to the statements that had been made recently by contractors ...

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  54. BUILDING TRADE CONFERENCE.

    The actual business of the building trades conforence was entered upon to-day. Mr. Justice Cussen presided. The employees' delegates, in advancing ...

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  55. SCHARNHORST DUE TO-DAY.

    The German mail steamer Scharnhorst, from Bremen and Southampton, via ports, is due at Sydeny early this morning, and on arrival will berth at the Norddeutscher Lloyd wharf, on the western side of the ...

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  56. TRADES AND LABOUR.

    At the last meeting of the Ironworker's Assistants' Union the following officers were elcoted:—President, Mr. James McLeay: treasurer. Mr. J. W. Gilligan; secretary, Mr. F. H. ...

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  57. THE GOTTIRIE AT PORT DARWIN.

    Our Port Darwin correspondent telegraphs:—"The steamer Guthrie, from Sydney, via ports, arrived on Wednesday. The captain reports rough weather throughout." ...

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  58. THE DELPHIC LEAVES MONTE VIDEO.

    According to a cable received last night, the Shaw, Savill. and Albion liner Delphic left Monte Video on Jan. 15 for london. ...

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  59. QUEENSLAND RAINFALLS.

    The principal rainfalls in Queensland during the 21 hours ended [?] a.m. to-day were:—Northern division: Cardwell 63 points, Cooktown 75, Coen 187, Grassey Hill 40, Halifax 102. Mein 94, Moreton 270, Towns ...

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  60. SALE OF STEAMERS.

    Messrs. F[?]er, Other. and Co. will, at 11.30 this morning, sell, at the City Mart, 8 Spring-street, under instructions from the Hon. C. A. Lee, M.L.A., M[?] for Works, with all fauits, the dredges Chcarybdis [?] ...

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