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  2. TEMPERANCE CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. C. G. Wade, the State Attorney General was the principal speaker at the New South Wales Alliance Convention which was continued at the Centenary Hall last night. The ...

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  3. CITY COUNCIL. WOOD-PAVING GEORGE-STREET.

    The ordinary meeting of the City Council was held last evening, the Lord Mayor (Alderman Allen Taylor) in the chair. Alderman English drew attention to what he ...

    Article : 678 words
  4. NEWCASTLE. EXPORTS BY SEA.

    The following were to-day's clearances:— Zamora, s, for Manila, with 5981 tons Brown's coal; Melbourne, s, for Melbourne, with 2420 tons coal; New Guinea, s, for Melbourne, with ...

    Article : 105 words
  5. COUNTRY NEWS. EMPIRE DAY.

    A meeting of townspeople, convened by the Mayor, was held last night to consider what steps should, be taken to celebrate Empire Day. It was, decided to hold sports for the ...

    Article : 65 words
  6. SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—May 1.

    Upolu, s, 1141 tons, Captain C. M. Menmuir, from the Solomon; Ellice, and Tokelau groups of islands. Passengers:—Mrs. [?]en, Captain Shepherd, Messrs. E. W[?]ham, H. Whit[?], Kissling Stowe, Cromer, ...

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  7. THE GAZELLE, FROM NEW BRITAIN.

    The little island schooner Gazelle, of 151 tons, arrived in port last evening, after a passage of 26 days from Matupi, New Britain, in the German Archip[?]lego, and anchored in Watson's Bay at 7.30 p.m. Upon being ...

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  8. FOUND DEAD IN BED.

    A man named Haydon, a maintenance road employee, was found dead in bed at Coolac this morning. DENILIQUIN, Tuesday. ...

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  9. NORTH COAST RAILWAY.

    At a meeting of the Railway League tonight it was stated that arrangements are being made for a Parliamentary party to travel from Sydney along the coast to Grafton by ...

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  10. REVENUE FOR APRIL.

    The revenue collected at the Newcastle Customs-house for the month of April was as follows:—Harbour and lights, £1349; pilotage, £1150; removals, £464; ad valorem, £[?] ...

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  11. KUMANO MARU AT THURSDAY ISLAND.

    The third of the fleet of the Nippon Yusen [?] employed in the Japanese mail service with Sydney, the Kumano Maru, arrived at Thursday Island at midday yesterday on her way from Yokohama, and ...

    Article : 81 words
  12. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    Springbank, British four-masted barque, 2285 tons, Captain Royd. at Queenstown from Melbourne Jan. 22, with 33,613 bags of wheat. Paparoa, s (New Zealand Shipping Company's line), ...

    Article : 347 words
  13. WATER AND SEWERAGE BOARD.

    The Hunter District Water Supply and Sewerage Board met at their offices to-day under the presidency of Mr. W. J. Millner. The total revenue collected since the ...

    Article : 184 words
  14. THE GUNVOR REPAIRED.

    A cable message was yesterday received by Mr. Paxton, intimating that the Norwegian barque Gunver has been repaired, and is now in readiness to resume her voyage for Melbourne. She originally ...

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  15. STOCKING TROUT IN THE BLUE LAKE.

    Arrangements are being made for the despatch of consignments of yearling and two-year-old trout to the Blue Lake, near the summit of Mount Kosciusko, where it is ...

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  16. THE CENTURY AT FREMANTLE.

    Howard Smith Company's new steamer Century arrived at Fremantle at 6.15 a.m. yesterday on her way from London to Melbourne. This steamer is 372ft long by 48ft beam by [?]ft [?] depth moulded, and was ...

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  17. DEPARTURES.—May 1.

    St. Louis, s, for Noumea. Anglian, s, for Hobart. Guthrie, s, for Singapore, via ports. Malaita, s, for New Hebrides. ...

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  18. THE NORTH COAST RAILWAY.

    Sir,—In the best interests of the North Coast people and of New South Wales generally, I hope this matter-will not be allowed to drop. ...

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  19. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—May 2.

    Pacifique, s, for Noumea and New H[?]des: Zealandis, s, for Auckland and other New Zealand ports; Grantala, s, for Melbourne and Fremantle, via ports; Burrawong, s, for Macleay River; Rosedale, s, for ...

    Article : 60 words
  20. DREDGING THE RICHMOND RIVER.

    The Government intends to spend £3000 in dredging operations at the Richmond River. The dredge Ulysses has been ordered to proceed at once with the work. ...

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  21. WHEAT FOR FALMOUTH.

    At 8 o'clock this morning the French barque Due d'Aumale, which arrived here but three weeks ago in ballast from Shanghai, will be despatched by Messrs. W. and A. M'Arthur, Limited, with a cargo of 26,870 ...

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  22. CLEARANCES.—May 1.

    Hauroto, s, 1988 tons, Captain Hutton, for Lautoka, Suva, and Levuka (Fiji group), Apia (Samoon group), Vavau, H[?]pai, and Nukualofa (Friendly group), and thence to Auckland. Passengers—Mrs. M. Porges, ...

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  23. LIGHT HORSE CAMP

    The camp of the Second Regiment of Light Horse is proceeding successfully. The weather has been cold with an overcast sky, but rain has held off. To-day there were glimpses ...

    Article : 185 words
  24. BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY.

    Mr. George Swinburne, chairman of directors of the Water Supply Company, replying to a letter from Mr. J. H. Cann, M.L.A., recently published regarding the water supply at ...

    Article : 114 words
  25. SAN FRANCISCO SERVICE SUSPENDED.

    A cable message received from Messrs. J. D. Spreekels and Bros. Co., yesterday, by Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co., Limited, the managing agenta of the Oceanic Company in Australia, stated that the mail service ...

    Article : 82 words
  26. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (1239 miles).—Dep: May 1, Essex, 8, for the weat coast of England ports. BLUFF (1107 miles).—Arr: May 1, Wa[?]are, s, from Melbourne. Dep: May], Mocraki, s, for Melbourne; ...

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  27. GERMANY ON THE SEA.

    The marvellous growth of the merchant marine of Germany in the last decide is matter for almost daily comment. German merchant shipping new boa[?] 3,471,525 gross tons, or 4156 vessels of over 17 tons. To ...

    Article : 115 words
  28. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 801 words
  29. MOUNTAIN INDUSTRIES.

    Mr. G. H. Blakemore, general manager of the Great Cobar Copper Refining Syndicate, states that the bessemerising plant has been ordered, and is expected here in about four months. It ...

    Article : 311 words
  30. IMPORTS.—May 1.

    Ramornie, s, from Richmond River; 11 bgs bones, 360 bxs butter, 25 cs bacon, 4 cs eggs, 4 cs fish, [?] [?] fruit, 21 hides, 10 calves, 1 bull, 1 horse, 8 bls millet 296 bgs maize, 1 coop poultry, 2 bdls skins. ...

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  31. MELBOURNE S.S. COMPANY.

    The Perth leaves Sydney on Friday, for Fremantle, via Melbourne and Adelaide. The Sydney leaves Albany to-day for Fremantle. The Hobart is due at Adelaide on Saturday from ...

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  32. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.

    A four-year-old Greek boy, named Athanasias Raftopoulous, had a miraculous escape from serious injury yesterday. He was playing in front of his parents' residence, 73 ...

    Article : 119 words
  33. FEDERAL-HOULDER-SHIRE-BUCKNALL LINES.

    The Cornwall left Capetown 9th ult, for London. The Devon left Liverpool 25th ult for Australia and New Zealand. The Dorset arrived at Port Chalmers 28th ult. from Lyttelton. The Essex arrived at ...

    Article : 125 words
  34. DREDGING THE NAMBUCCA.

    A deputation of residents of the Nambucca River, introduced by Mr. Briner, M.L.A., waited upon the Minister for Works yesterday and asked that the dredge Tau be sent from ...

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  35. SUICIDE OF A WINE SHOPKEEPER.

    An inquest was commenced yesterday on the body of Jules Jeannin, a wine shopkeeper, who was found hanging in his room at Victoria Markets on Monday. It was shown that ...

    Article : 84 words
  36. OCEAN S. S. COMPANY, LIMITED.

    The Menelaus is now leading in Brisbane, and is due here 7th inst. She leaves for London, Liverpool, and Glasgow on the 11th inst. The Myrmidon is due from Glasgow on the 27th ...

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  37. A LIFT ACCIDENT.

    A vanman named Nicholas Jurette, residing at 144 Abercrombie-street, Redfern, met with a serious accident at Messrs. Grove and Co.'s warehouse, 91A York-street, yesterday. ...

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  38. ISLAND MAIL SERVICE.

    The following are the movements of Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co.'s island fleet:— New Hebrides Service.—The Malaita sailed from Sydney yesterday for the New Hebrides, via ...

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  39. THE CHURCHES.

    The Rev. J. H. G. Auld, B.A., who had been Presbyterian minister at Bombala for four years, has received a call to Muswellbrook, which he will accept. ...

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  40. MONA VALE SCHOOL.

    A deputation introduced by Dr. Arthur, M.L.A., yesterday urged upon the Minister for Public Instruction the necessity of opening a Public school at Mona Vale. It was ...

    Article : 171 words
  41. ACCIDENT IN A COALMINE.

    An employee in the Bulli colliery, named John Dryden, junr., was badly injured by a fall of stone from the roof of the mine last night. His face is very much disfigured, and ...

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  42. EXPORTS.—May 1.

    [?]auroto, s, for Suva, Samoa. Tonga, and ports: 95 cs whisky, 251 bgs salt, 19 cs brandy, 15 cs schnapps, 1033 sks flour, 855 sks rice, 20 cs 1, beer, 236 es beer, 50 es salmon, 44 reels b. wire, 4537 pcs timber, 14 ...

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  43. MOTOR CAR FATALITY.

    Frank Connole, driver of Dr. Clive Newland's motor car, of Morphettville, was found three miles from Willungra early this morning dead, with the overturned car across his ...

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  44. MUNICIPAL.

    Dr. P. E. Corliss has been elected by a large majority to fill a vacancy in the council caused by the retirement of Alderman J. W. Frost. ...

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  45. AUSTRALIAN UNION LINE.

    The Star of Scotland sailed from Melbourne April 11 for London (direct). The Star of New Zealand left Napier (N.Z.) April 27 for Brisbane, to load for Durban, Capetown, and London, calling at Sydney and ...

    Article : 63 words
  46. LATE SPORTING.

    At Morphettville this morning, Avalon and Kalos went round the course in 2m 4[?]s, the last seven furlongs in 1m 38[?]s. Chatter and Vindicator did 6 furlongs in [?]m 20[?]s. Stop Out negotiated five furlongs in [?] 6[?]s. ...

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  47. A STRANGE FATALITY.

    Charles F. Smith, aged 35, was working in Block 10 mine at the 400ft level on Saturday when a small stone fell, and struck him on the head, stunning him. Later on Smith ...

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  48. SAILING VESSELS DUE.

    The following sailing vessels are now due at Sydney:— Aucenis, bq, from East London—69 days. Cromdale, sh, from Anto[?]—50 days. ...

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  49. ROBBERY IN MARKET-STREET.

    Joseph Cooper, a tobacconist, carrying on business at 73 Market-street, has reported to the police that on Sunday night, or early on Monday morning, his shop was entered and a ...

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  50. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 5.30 p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30 and 7 p.m. Queensland.—Overland, 3.45 p.m. Manila (P.I.), via Newcastle.—Sildra, 8 a.m. ...

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  51. A MOTOR BOAT LAUNCHED.

    An addition to the [?] of motor launches was made yesterday by the launching of the Rose at Ford's yards. Berry's Day. This pretty little vessel has been built to the order of Mr. Wm. Longworth, ...

    Article : 65 words
  52. ROBBERY OF A TILL.

    A burglary took place at the Imperial Hotel early on Sunday morning. The bar door was burst open, and the till was removed. It was afterwards found behind the stables. The ...

    Article : 51 words
  53. TEACHERS' GRIEVANCES.

    Sir,—With the appointment of Captain Ne[?]t[?]stein to the Public Service Board—even temporarily—better conditions should commence for unfortunate Public servants in the [?] ...

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  54. R.M.S. CHINA AT FREMANTLE.

    The R.M.S. China arrived at 7.15 a.m. from Colombo with the following passengers:— For Fremantle: Mr. R. T. Michell. For Adelaide: Captain Landale (Third king's Own ...

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  55. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    PORT DARWIN (2540 miles).—Arr: April 30, Chingtu, s, from Hongkong. Dep: May 1, Chingtu, s, for southern ports. THURSDAY ISLAND (2000 miles).—Dep: May 1, ...

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  56. ALLEGED LARCENY OF TOOLS.

    At the police court to-day, before the police magistrate, Mr. E. A. L. Sharpe, Frederick Stanley Nicholson Dargeaval was charged, on the information of the police, with having, ...

    Article : 148 words
  57. VOICE PRODUCTION.

    Mr. J. C. Newlands, lecturer on [?]tion in various educational establishments in Edinburgh, has been incited by his students to write a manual on his subject, entitled ...

    Article : 253 words
  58. GENUINE CONDENSED MILK.

    Sir,—As condensed milk is now so extensively used for feeding young children, and as there are two classes of condensed milk on the market, namely, "condensed milk" and ...

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  59. THE S.S. KUMANO.

    The steamer Kumano arrived during the forenoon from Japan, and left at 3 p.m. Captain Fraser, the master, reports he had great difficulty approaching the port yesterday through the absence of a light at ...

    Article : 81 words
  60. UNCLAIMED SWEEP MONEY.

    At an inquest held on the skeleton which was found near Combaning Siding, the evidence showed that it was that of Thomas Tyson, a registered letter for whom, ...

    Article : 52 words
  61. MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. China, from London, bound to Sydney, arrived at Fremantle at 7.20 a.m. yesterday, and sailed again at 4.30 p.m. for Adelaide. The R.M.S. Oroya, from London, bound to Sydney, ...

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  62. A SUDDEN DEATH.

    Mr. David Harley, cab proprietor, died this morning very unexpectedly. Shortly after 4 o'clock he got up and called the men. He then retired to bed again, but half an hour later ...

    Article : 70 words
  63. Advertising

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    Advertising : 141 words
  64. DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE.

    Before the P.M. to-day George Gilbert, J. Flood, W. Kelghran, and W. M'Into[?]h were charged under the Stage Carriages Act of 1899 with using stage carriages without having ...

    Article : 107 words
  65. Advertising

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  66. THE UPOLU FROM THE ISLANDS.

    The steamer Upolu, belonging to Lever's Plantations, Limited, which left Sydney on February 20, Newcastle on Feb. 22, and Brisbane on Feb. 24 last, on an extended cruise among the islands of the South Seas, ...

    Article : 92 words
  67. Advertising

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    Advertising : 14 words
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