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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Frederick Schrieber, a well-to-do German farmer, was arrested yesterday on a charge of stealing wheat at Jindera. He was afterwards found dead in the lockup. ...

    Article : 253 words
  3. THE CYCLING CARNIVAL.

    For the past fortnight the public, numbering on some occasions as many as 4000 people, have had an opportunity of witnessing the world-famed and finest sprint cyclist, Major Taylor, going through his ...

    Article : 1,729 words
  4. THE BOER LEADERS' APPEAL.

    The correspondence between Mr. Chamberlain and General Botha carries back its readers to the appeal in which, some two months ago, the Boer leaders turned from the liberal ...

    Article : 1,580 words
  5. SOUTH AFRICAN CRICKET[?] FIELDS.

    It is not, my intention (says E. W. Ballantine, Durban, writing to the London "Daily Express") to write much that is already known, but to draw from the matches played in South Africa between ...

    Article : 1,338 words
  6. SHIPPING.

    Mokola, s., 3502 tons. Captain J. Gibb, from Auckland. Passengers—Misses Menzies (2). Adams, Zenor, Brigham, Foster, Reed, Allen, Harbutt. Wheeler, Mesdames Henry, Allan, Craven, Rogers and ...

    Article : 264 words
  7. AMUSEMENTS.

    The second matinee of "Mariana, or the Thirty Thieves," is announced for Wednesday next, and in the meantime Mr. George Musgrove's opera company will continue to present the attractive spectacular ...

    Article : 99 words
  8. THE LETHINGTON.

    The steamship Lethington, which arrived here in ballast on Thursday from Dunedin, was yesterday floated into Woolwich Dock for an overhaul, and will probably leave port to-day for Newcastle to load a cargo of coal for ...

    Article : 53 words
  9. THE MARLBOROUGH HILL FROM NEW YORK.

    After a passage of 107 days from New York the fourmusted barque Marlborough Hill arrived in port at 5.30 yesterday morning, and subsequently took up an anchorage in Neutral Bay. She sailed on Sep. 16, and for a day or ...

    Article : 163 words
  10. PALACE THEATRE.

    Although "Dorothy" is drawing crowded houses at the Palace Theatre, Mr. J. C. Williamson already announces the last six nights. The final matinee of this charming work will, accordingly, ...

    Article : 138 words
  11. THE WHANGAROA SIGHTED.

    The scow Whangaroa, which sailed from Fremantle on Dec. 5 for Newcastle, passed Wilson's Promontory at 7 p.m. on Thursday. She reported "all well" ...

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  12. THE TRAVANCORE SHIP.

    The ship Travancore sailed from Melbourne yesterday for Newcastle, where she will load a cargo of coal for a foreign market the name of which has not yet transpired. ...

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  13. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    AUCKLAND.—Arr.: Jan. 2, Ventura R.M.S., at 2 a.m., from Sydney. Dep.: Jan. 2, Ventura, R.M.S., at 2.15 p.m. for San Francisco, via Honolulu. NAPIER.—Arr.: Jan. 2, Sussex, s., from Broadmount; ...

    Article : 71 words
  14. THE OCEANA FROM THE ISLANDS.

    The German steamship Oceana, bound from Jaluit, Marshall Islands, to Sydney, passed Byron Bay at 12.40 p.m. yesterday. ...

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  15. LYCEUM THEATRE.

    "The Breaking of the Drought" is drawing crowded audiences at the Lyceum Theatre where Mr. Bland Holt's production seems likely to prove one of the most lasting of the Christmas attractions. ...

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  16. DEPARTURES.—Jan. 2.

    Titus, s,, for Solomon Islands and Santa Cruz. via Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands and Port Vila (New Hebrides). (Willyama, s., for Port Pirie, via Newcastle. ...

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  17. THE FINSBURY SIGHTED.

    The steamship Finsbury, a vessel of 1854 tons, which recently arrived at Fiji from Glasgow, passed Gabo at 9 a.m. yesterday, bound to Newcastle. ...

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  18. FIRES.

    The district coroner conducted an inquiry this morning into tho-outbreak of fire on Boxing Day in business places in Percy-street, occupied by Messrs. J. Brooke and J. Coady. An open verdict was ...

    Article : 38 words
  19. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—Jan. 3.

    R.M.S. Oruba, for London, via ports; Commonwealth, s., for London, via ports; Harburg, s., for the Continent, via Queensland and Java; Australian, s., for China and Japan, via Manila and ports; Mintaro, s., for Ocean Island; ...

    Article : 179 words
  20. BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHIPPING.

    At London Gulf of Siam, s. (Gulf Line, Limited), from Sydney (sailed Nov. 7). DEPARTURES. For Sydney: Cambuskenneth, sh., from Glasgow. ...

    Article : 41 words
  21. THE GERMAN-AUSTRALIAN LINE.

    The movements of the steamers of the GermanAustralian S.S.Company are as follow:— The Altona left Mossel Day Dec.13, outwards: Apoida left Melbourne Dec. 6, homewards: Augsburg left Port Said ...

    Article : 164 words
  22. CRITERION THEATRE.

    This afternoon, as well as on Wednesday next, Mr. John F. Sheridan will give matinees of "Cinderella" at the Criterion Theatre. The new pantomime shows the little heroine in her kitchen, the ...

    Article : 113 words
  23. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS AND PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS.

    At the ordinary meeting of the Windsor Borough Council on Wednesday night Mr. Gibson, the new council clerk, was welcomed by the Mayor and aldermen, and Mr. N. N. Pendergast, the retiring ...

    Article : 51 words
  24. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 841 words
  25. CLEARANCES.—Jan. 2.

    Neptune, [?]., 343 tons, Captain F. J. G. Schutze, for Auckland, via Newcastle. Star of New Zealand, s., 4712 tons, Captain J. M. Hart, for London, via Auckland. ...

    Article : 135 words
  26. THE CHURCHES.

    A three days' Christian convention was opened on Mr. B. Short's grounds yesterday, and is being well attended. WINDSOR, Friday. ...

    Article : 64 words
  27. THE UNION LINERS.

    The Oonah is due this evening from Hobart, and will leave again for that port at 10 p.m. The Monowal leaves Wellington to-day for Sydney. The Wanaka left Auckland on Wednesday for ...

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  28. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    This afternoon and evening the principal attraction at the Tivoli Theatre will continue to be Miss Gracie Emmett's mirthful performance of "Mrs. Murphy's Second Husband." Miss Jennie Opie has ...

    Article : 85 words
  29. THE FEDERAL LINE.

    Messrs. Birt and Co., Limited, managing agents for the Federal line of steamers, report movements as under:— The Cornwall is now en route from Capetown to ...

    Article : 146 words
  30. COASTERS OUTWARD.—Jan. 2.

    Wave, ktch., for Newcastle. ...

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  31. AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL.

    Last year's rainfall at Broken Hill recorded only 345 points, the lowest for many years. The fall for 1901 was 1290 points. BOURKE, Friday. ...

    Article : 249 words
  32. IMPORTS.—Jan. 2.

    Tyrinn, s., from Brisbane: 2020 bunches bananas, 50 cases tomatoes, 100 cases pineapples 3O pieces cedar, 200 bales wool, 157 hides, 20 bags hides, 33 bales sheepskins, 20 bales marsupial skins, and through cargo. ...

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  33. FISK JUBILEE SINGERS.

    M'Adoo's original Fisk Jubilee Singers will present a new and attractive programme at the Centenary Hall to-night. In addition to favourite solos by Mr. Hamilton Hodges, Miss Belle Gibbons, and ...

    Article : 56 words
  34. TOWN HALL ORGAN RECITALS.

    The city organist will give his customary recital of popular and romantic music at the Town Hall tonight, when he will be assisted by the artists named in another column. ...

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  35. EASTERN AND AUSTRALIAN COMPANY'S FLEET.

    The Airlie sailed from Port Darwin in Dec. 19. en route to Manila, Hongkong, and Japan. The Australian sails from Sydney for Manila Hong Kong, and Japan, via Queensland ports, Port ...

    Article : 97 words
  36. CYCLORAMA.

    The famous picture of the Battle of Gettysburg, depicting the most memorable event of the American Civil War continues to draw large attendances at the Cyclorama. In the hall of illusions are given a ...

    Article : 52 words
  37. THE N.D.L. ISLAND STEAMERS.

    The movements of the island steamers of the Nord-deutscher Lloyd are as follows:— The Tanglin arrived at Sydney on Dec. 25 from Singapore, via Batavia. Macassar, New Guinea ...

    Article : 66 words
  38. BOYLE'S SINGING CLASS.

    Amateurs of singing are notified in another column that Mr. Boyle's classes enter on their twentieth year in Sydney on Wednesday evening next, when a new quarter will be started at the class rooms, 5 ...

    Article : 58 words
  39. TIMBER VESSELS FROM NEW ZEALAND.s

    Three timber-laden sailing vessels from New Zealand ports arrived at Sydney yesterday, viz., the Alcestis, bq., from Kiapara; the Vi[?]ion, bgtn., from Mercury Bay; and the Ganymede, bq., from Hokianga. The two first-named ...

    Article : 89 words
  40. REAL LIFE IN MIKADO-LAND.

    The North-Eastern railway men who uncoupled a saloon carriage and left a minister in a siding at Malton, instead of taking him to Whitby, have evidently caught inspiration from the railway men of ...

    Article : 383 words
  41. SOUTH COAST.

    The coal trade despite the holidays has been brisk during the week at Wollongong, Port Kembla, and Bellambi, the usual traders taking full cargoes of coal and coke. The coke trade is also brisk at the ...

    Article : 367 words
  42. SAILING VESSELS DUE.

    The following sailing vessels are now due at Sydney:— Admiral, four-masted ch., from Eureka—65 days, Ballumbie, bq. (JTPQ), from Antwerp—87 days. ...

    Article : 677 words
  43. EXPORTS.—Jan. 2.

    Titus, s., for Lord Howe, Norfolk, Solomon, and Santa Cruz Islands: 986 bags rice, 46 bags sugar, 100 quartersacks 20 hulf-sucks 10 sacks flour, 74 cases kerosene, 42 cases meats, 50 cases benzine, 40 bags white lead, 26 cases ...

    Article : 144 words
  44. THE MAILS

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 332 words
  45. MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Oruba will be despatched from Sydney at noon to-day for London, via the usual ports of call. The R.M.S. Ventura, from Sydney, arrived at ...

    Article : 205 words
  46. APPOINTMENTS.

    The undermentioned appointments have been gazetted:— Mr. Henry Augustus Crouch, acting chairman of the local land board, Orange, to the commission of the peace; Firstclass Sub-Inspector H. J. Hughes, to be district inspector ...

    Article : 529 words
  47. UTILISATION OF PINE NEEDLES.

    The illimitable forests of yellow pine abounding in the State of Oregon, with their accessibility to through lines of transportation, suggested to a German from the forests of Thuringia the transfer of a ...

    Article : 405 words
  48. MALADMINISTRATION.

    Sir,—How long will the people endure the present maladministration of its affairs? On every hand you hear the grumbling of discontented citizens and yet how difficult it is to rouse them to ...

    Article : 535 words
  49. PASSENGERS BY THE ORUBA.

    The following is a list of the passengers by the R.M.S. Oruba (Orient-Pacific line), which will leave Sydney at noon to-day for London, via the usual ports of call:— ...

    Article : 162 words
  50. "COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS."

    The old proverb is true, yet nevertheless everything in this world is comparative. In comparing, very much depends upon point of view. There are millionaires who, if they were compelled to live on ...

    Article : 483 words
  51. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    BRISBANE—Arr.: Jan. 2, Eurimbla, s., from Rockhampton; Gabo, s., from Sydney Strathord, s., from New York, via Sydney Dep.: Jan. 2, Barcoo, s., for Townsville; Konoowarra, s., for Sydney; Aramac, s., for ...

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  52. PARCEL MAIL.

    Parcels addressed to the United Kingdom, and Egypt via the United Kingdom, will be received at the Parcels Office, 151 Castlereagh-street for transmission per Orient Company's steamer Oruba up to 9.30 a.m. TO-DAY, ...

    Article : 159 words
  53. THE VOYAGE OF THE AUSTRAL.

    The R.M.S. Austran, from London, via the usual ports of call, left London on Nov. 21, and experienced fair weather in the Channel. Plymouth was reached on Nov. 22, and the voyage was resumed at 6 p.m. the ...

    Article : 290 words
  54. ANNANDALE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.

    This council met on December 29, the Mayor (Alderman Wells) presiding Messrs. Taylor Brothers were granted permission to erect a fence round their factory lately destroyed by fire. The Postal ...

    Article : 414 words
  55. WATER RIGHTS ACT.

    Regulations made by his Excellency the Governor for carrying out the provisions of the Water Rights Act, 1902, are published in "Government Gaz[?]" No. 2. The regulations include the following:— ...

    Article : 451 words
  56. IN DAYS GONE BY.

    Some interesting sidelights, says the "Magazine of Commerce," are thrown on the conditions under which commerce was carried on in London two centuries ago by a curious little volume entitled "The ...

    Article : 269 words
  57. DEVOTION TO SPORT.

    " Too much laziness and too much sport. Sir,—Such is the verdict, as reported from Adelaide, of a prominent visitor who comes deputed by the Russian Minister of Agriculture, and I fear ...

    Article : 183 words
  58. THE MILVERTON, SHIP, FROM HAMBURG.

    The ship Milverton, a vessel of 2070 tons, reached Sydney at an early hour yesterday morning after a passage of 105 days from Hamburg. Captain Sinclair, who is a frequent visitor to this port, states that owing to ...

    Article : 223 words
  59. THE LOVELIEST WEDDING PRESENT

    is a beautiful Picture, a fine Oil Painting, a charming Watercolour Painting, or a good Engraving from ALDENHOVEN'S ART GALLERY, 74 Hunter-street. Even from 5s to 20s you can choose a choice Picture for a wedding gift, ...

    Article : 51 words
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