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  2. STORY OF THE STATE.

    Every man should be proud of his native land, wherever it may be, and I think that I am no exception to the rule. Tasmania is my birth-place, and I have a sincere [?]verence for that beautiful ...

    Article : 1,909 words
  3. TASMANIA.

    A fire at Messrs. M'Viley and Little's fancy arcade, Liverpool-street, occurred shortly after midnight on Thursday, and on Friday another outbreak occurred at G[?]nn's ...

    Article : 36 words
  4. NEWCASTLE.

    The coal shipped beyond the State during the week ended yesterday amounted to 64,320 tons, of which 26,891 tons were sent to interstate and New Zealand ports, and 37,429 tons to foreign ports, the ...

    Article : 169 words
  5. ALDERMANIC PATRONAGE.

    The inquiry by the health committee into the allegations made in the town clerk's report to the City Council on the question of aldermanic patronage was continued on Friday. Alderman Fitzgerald ...

    Article : 250 words
  6. SHIPPING.

    Omrah, R.M.S. 8294 tons, Captain Nicholson, from London, via ports. Passengers For Sydney: Miss F[?]aschi, Mr. S. J. Gill, Engineer-Commander J.A. [?]icks, R.N., Mr. J. Hardie, Mr. J.N.Hart, Mrs. Graniger, Mr. ...

    Article : 864 words
  7. ARBITRATION COURT AT LITHGOW.

    At the Arbitration Co[?]t yesterday the evidence of R. Haymor, of Oakey Park, was continued He said: The shift men fill slack at present, and what little coal they get in going through a roll, which is worked by the shift. The ...

    Article : 1,005 words
  8. BOWLING.

    The strong hold which bowling has gained upon the affections of a considerable number on residents of Sydney and suburbs was demonstrated by the crowded coudition of the [?]ining [?]all of A[?]ons' Exchange Hotel, ...

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  9. THE BAR HARBOURS.

    The following telegrams were yesterday received respecting the condition of the bars at high water:— "Belllinger Heads: Soundings on bar, 10ft. Channel narrow and intriate." "Ballina: 14ft on bar, 12ft ...

    Article : 79 words
  10. CAMDEN HAVEN.

    The Minister for Works, Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan, presented to the Legislative Assembly on Friday the report of the Public Works Committee upon the proposal that certain ...

    Article : 319 words
  11. GERMAN-AUSTRALIAN S.S. COMPANY.

    The following are the movements of the flect of the German-Australian S.S. Company:—Altona, arrived Batavia August 7, homewards; Apolda, left Hamburg August 22, outwards; Augsburg, left Hamburg ...

    Article : 145 words
  12. ANOTHER POLICE RAID.

    On Saturday night, about 9.45, the police effected a raid on an alleged "two-up" school in Enginestreet. About 2[?] plain-clothes and 50 uniform men were in attendance under the direction of Sub-in- ...

    Article : 452 words
  13. THE SELLING PRICE OF COAL.

    Considerable comment has been occasioned by the promulgation of the rumour that the selling price of coal and the present hewing rate are not to be disturbed for next year by some or the leading colliery ...

    Article : 389 words
  14. TELEGRAPIHC SHIPPING NEWS.

    COOKTOWN (15[?]0 miles).—Dep: Sept. 12, T[?]iyuan, [?] for Kobe. CAIRNS.—Arr: Sept. 12, Wyandra, s, from Carin[?]. TOWNSVILLE(1370 miles).—Dep: Sept. 12, Chillago[?] ...

    Article : 1,350 words
  15. LATE MINING.

    Sales on the Exchange to-day were:—No. 1 South Great Eastern, 1s 6d; Phoenix Eastern Tribute, 1s; No. 2 North Victory, 1s 5d, 1s 4½d. Quotations were:—Australasian, [?] 6d, s 8[?]; ...

    Article : 374 words
  16. INDUSTRIES ON THE MOUNTAINS.

    At the ironworks during the week there has been a [?]ull in certain sections of the industry, especially in the two-bar mills and merchant mill, not one of which started work until ...

    Article : 222 words
  17. FATALITIES AND CASUALTIES.

    A young man named Hugh Boyce, about 25 years of ago, [?]itely in the employ of the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company, was found dead in his room at 115 Phillip-street on Saturday ...

    Article : 124 words
  18. BROKEN HILL WATER SUPPLY.

    The Mayor of Broken Hill (Alderman Hendry), and a colleag[?]e, Alderman Gubbins, are on a visit to Sydney in connection with the various schemes under consideration for providing Broken ...

    Article : 375 words
  19. SATURDAY'S PLAY.

    The members of the city and suburban clubs were on Saturday engaged in playing inter-club matches. The scores in a number of instances were remarkably good. St. Leonards in a four-rinked game against Chatswood ...

    Article : 320 words
  20. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MINES.

    On Friday last Messrs. Bewick, Morning, and Co. cable to the London office of the Oroya Brown Hill Company that at the present depth No. 1 winze was following a rich shute below the 10th level. The ...

    Article : 168 words
  21. A FATAL FALL.

    A widow named Mary Jane Hughes, aged 71, residing at 31 Lodge-street, Glebe, died on Saturday morning as the result of injuries received through [?]lling downstairs at her home on Wednesday last. On ...

    Article : 87 words
  22. DEPARTURES—Sep. 12.

    [?]arpedon, s., for Glascow, via Melbourne and ports. Marioo, s., for Fremantle, via ports. R.M.S. Orient, for London, via ports. Perth, s., for Western Australia, via ports. ...

    Article : 107 words
  23. THE TRANSAUSTRALIAN RAILWAY.

    In moving the second reading of the Transaustralian Railway Euabling Bill in the Legislative Assembly on Thursdayu night the Premier (Mr. James) said that if the House passed the measure without ...

    Article : 362 words
  24. FATA[?], TRAM ACCIDENT.

    About 11.30 on Saturday night a man named Gilligan, living in Charles-street, Forest Lodge, was knocked down by a tram in George-street West. He sustained [?]evere injuries, his left arm being ...

    Article : 57 words
  25. PATRIOTISM AND POLITICS.

    Sir,—When I took the liberty, a few days ago, of addressing you on the above named subject, I had, I must confess, some doubt as to whether I was not trespassing too much upon your good nature in asking ...

    Article : 571 words
  26. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 573 words
  27. A TRAIN ACCIDENT.

    A man named John Delaney, 64, living at Epping, when attempting to alihgt from a train at that station on Saturday night, fell between the platform and the carriages. He was severely crushed, several ...

    Article : 76 words
  28. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—Sept. 14.

    Dumbea, F.M.S., for Marseilles, via ports; Melbourne, s., for Devonport. Burney, and Stanley, via Melbourne; D[?]roby, s., for Tweed River; Nerong, s., and Baden Powell, s. for Nambucca River; Kincumber, s, for Laurieton, ...

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  29. ST. GEORGE v PARRAMATTA.

    St. George gained rather on easy victory over a thre[?]rink team from Parramatta on the Rockdale green, defeating the., by the substantial majority of 27 points. The home team wom in every rink. The following were the ...

    Article : 108 words
  30. A FATAL DRAUGHT.

    George White, licens[?] of the National Hotel, Wallsend, died this afternoon from the effects of drinking some carbolic disinfeetant on Friday last. Deceased had been under medical treatment for about ...

    Article : 39 words
  31. COASTER OUTWARDS.—Sept. 12.

    Flirt, kteh, for Broken Bay. ...

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  32. CLEARANCES.—Sept. 12.

    Swa[?], fourmasted bq. 1999 tons, Captain John Macdonald, for Panama, via Newcastle, with part original cargo, for Newcastle. Marloo, [?], 2628 tons, Captain John Re[?], for Fremantle, ...

    Article : 244 words
  33. STATE POLITICS.

    As will be seen on reference to our advertising columns the newly-formed Australian Freetrade League have lost no time in calling a public meeting of freetrades with a view to organising for active ...

    Article : 140 words
  34. SUDDEN DEATH.

    A very sudden death occurred this morning at the Carriers' Arms Hotel. An elderly man named John Bell, who has only been in Hay a week, was having breakfast when his head was observed to be moving ...

    Article : 76 words
  35. PETERSHAM v ELLESMERE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 96 words
  36. THROWN FROM A HORSE.

    Mr. J. Shearer, while schoo[?]g his horse over th[?] hurdles, was thrown violently and had one arm broken. besides sustaining internal injuries. ...

    Article : 32 words
  37. ST. GEORGE CLUB.

    The first round of the competition for the championship of the St. George Club (3, up) was commenced on the club's green at Rock[?]le. The following were the results: ...

    Article : 64 words
  38. POLICE COURTS.

    Before Mr. W. M. Macfarlane, S.M., in the summons division of the Central Police Court of Friday, Sub-inspector Hinda proceeded against Arthur Mason, on an information charging him with using a shop in Goulbourn-street for ...

    Article : 101 words
  39. ACCIDENT TO A LABOUR LEADER.

    Mr. Stephen Barker, president of the Trades Hall Council, met with a painful accident this morning. He fell heavily from a ladder, and was removed to the hospital. He was unconscious. It was fouud that ...

    Article : 67 words
  40. IMPORTS—Sept. 12.

    S. D. Carleton, American [?]b, from Port Gamble: 1,031,000ft oregon. T[?]ne, s, from Auckland: 16 sks grass seed, [?]0 cks limejuice, 27 bls tow, 44 sks sand, 1[?] cs empty bottles, 538 ...

    Article : 611 words
  41. BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    It is feared that with the return of summer weather there will be a re[?]descence of the b[?]onic plague Several cases have occurred in Queensland within a few days of each other. The history of one of the the[?] is ...

    Article : 141 words
  42. ST. LEONARDS v. CHATSWOOD.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 105 words
  43. DEEADFUL LIFT ACCIDENT.

    A young married man named Marius Jensen was kille[?] by a lift in a remarkable manner on Saturday. He was employed as caretaker at the Royal Bank, in Collias-street, and had proceeded with a bucket of ...

    Article : 109 words
  44. LAW NOTICES.

    Cause List. Banco Court, St. James's-road.—Evans and another v Finn (part heard). No. 1 Jury Court. King-street.—Bennett and others v Ryand (part heard). City Bank of Sydney v Deane and others ...

    Article : 549 words
  45. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON (1230 miles).—Dep: Sept. 12. Warr[?] moo, s, for Sydney. ...

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  46. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 5.30 p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30 and 7 p.m. [?]etters for Melbourne only will be accepted without late the for the express from 5.30 to 6.30 p.m., if posted in ...

    Article : 437 words
  47. MILITARY NEWS.

    The following officers and N.C.O's. have passed the examination held at the termination of the recent Army Service Corps' School of Instruction:- With honours: Captain P. W. Smith, Army ...

    Article : 88 words
  48. HUNTER'S HILL v. MOSMAN.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 79 words
  49. FURTHER CASES IN QUEENSLAND.

    The Chinese plague patient who was taken to the plague hospital on Friday, died yesterday morning. A young married woman, residing at Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, was admitted to the general ...

    Article : 101 words
  50. JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE.

    All inquest was held yesterday into the circumstances surrounding the death of John Perry, a horse trainer, of St. Le[?]ards. Glenelg. who was knocked down in a row and received a fractured skull. The ...

    Article : 75 words
  51. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Under the heading, "Pittendreich" has, in your issue of the 7th instant, given expression to my views to a [?]icety. I think it is just what is wanted. I told a member of Parliament the other day that ...

    Article : 306 words
  52. BALMAIN v CHATSWOOD.

    Two rinks from the Chatswood Club journeyed to Balmain and indulged in a friendly contest against the local club's selection. The visitors won in each rink, and secured a majority of three points, the scores being: Chatswood, ...

    Article : 117 words
  53. Advertising

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  54. DROWNED IN A DAM.

    An Ipswich correspondent telegraphed this morning that the body of E[?]nest Hobbs, who escaped from Sandy Gallop Asylum at Ipswich, has been found in a dam [?]t deep adjoining the asylum. ...

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  55. ROYAL MELBOURNE GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT.

    The Royal Melbourne Golf Club tournament was continued on Saturday. The weather was more [?]vourable to golfers than it had been throughout the week. Consequently there were very few withdrawals ...

    Article : 267 words
  56. PETERSHAM v. RANDWICK.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 113 words
  57. CAPSIZE OF A KETCH.

    At a Court of Inquiry held yesterday into the cause of the capsizing of the ketch Supply, in the river Tamar, by which a boy was drowned, the certificates of Robert Thompson, the master and Albert Krause, ...

    Article : 191 words
  58. MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS.

    R.M.S. Orient leaves Melbourne on the 15th inst, Adelaide 17th, Fremantle 21st, Colombo Oct. 1, Suez 13th, Port Said 14th. Naples 18th Marseilles 20th, and is due to arrive in London on Oct. 26. ...

    Article : 192 words
  59. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—As a supporter of the political views upheld by your valuable journal I have noted with much interest the correspondence appearing in [?] pages during the past week on the burning question of the ...

    Article : 286 words
  60. THE MIDDLE HARBOUR FERRY.

    An accident happened to the vehicular p[?]t at the Spit, Middle Hurbour, yesterday afternoon. This caused a suspension of traffic and a large number of people were seriously m[?]ventenced. About 2.30 ...

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  61. COURT OF A[?]ITRATION.—Monday, September 14.

    No. 4 Court, Supreme Court House, King-street. Sydney. Before the President and Members.—At 10 a.m. To be mentioned: The A[?]alga[?]ated Journeymen Tailors Association New South Wales, ...

    Article : 188 words
  62. DESPATCH OF MAILS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM AND OTHER PLACES.

    Despatched overland to Adelaide and thence per Orient Company's steamer Orient, Tuesday, September 1[?]. [?]etters.—Registered, 3 p.m.; ordinary, 4.30 p.m. 2[?]d the [?]oz. ...

    Article : 151 words
  63. PASSENGERS BY R.M.S. ORIENT.

    The following passengers left on Saturday by the R.M.S. Orient for London, via ports:—Saloon: Major Clifton Brown, Mrs. Clifton Brown. Mr. Gubbins, Sir Randolf Baker and manservant, Miss Grace Harber. ...

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  64. BILLIARDS.

    Messrs. J. H. Stewarr, T.J.Wlson, and L. Davis will represent the Eastern Suburbs Bicycle Club in the interclub billiard tournament to take place shortly in the Sydney B.C. rooms. ...

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  65. THE ADELAIDE SHOW.

    The Agricultural Show was concluded on Saturday afternoon. During the three days the weather was delightful, and the exhibition was the finest and most suceessful ever hel[?] in the state. In all [?]ully ...

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  66. DISTRICT COURT.—Monday, Spetember 14.

    Before His Honor Judge Backhouse.—At 10 a.m.: Cousins v Johns (for judgement), Baker v R[?]s (for judgement), Sydney Harbour Trust Commissioners v M'Kye (for judgement) Shelton v Gillies. Baggerley v Kirkham, ...

    Article : 119 words
  67. N.S.W. SPORTS CLUB, LTD.

    In the spring tournament on Friday evening "Squib" (rec. 125) beat A. E. Balch (rec. 5) by 212; W. B. Sandy (rec. 80) beat J.P.C. Grimes by 1[?]; [?].W. Beach (rec. 70) beat J Carney (rec. 120) by 30. ...

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  68. PASSENGERS BY R.M.S. DUMBEA.

    The R.M.S. Dumbea, which leaves for Melbourne, via ports, to-day, has the following passengers booked: —Mrs. Oliver and child, Mr. and Mrs. Metzger and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Legrand, Mr. and Mrs. Dub[?]a, ...

    Article : 138 words
  69. Advertising

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