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  2. A REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE.

    The unfortunate incident has brought to light a remarkable coincidence, and that is the fact that the deceased, as well as the man known to have murdered Constable Guilfoyle, both bear on one of their ...

    Article : 484 words
  3. THE REDFERN TRAGEDY.

    It is a painful duty to have to announce that the man who was shot dead near Gin[?]derra on Thursday night, under the belief that he was one of the men concerned in the murder of Constable Guilfoyle at ...

    Article : 538 words
  4. SHIPPING REPORTS.

    On Saturday morning the G.M.S. Karlsruhe was berthed at Cowper Whar[?]. After discharging her inward cargo she will load for Bremen, via the usual ports. She is due to leave here on August 2. ...

    Article : 614 words
  5. VICTORIA.

    Members of the medical profession express sympathy with Mr. Clarence Godfrey, M.R.C.S., who was litely committed for trial in connection with the death of an old man named John Calvert, who died ...

    Article : 485 words
  6. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET.

    When play was resumed at Manchester to-day there was a very large attendance. The weather was glorious. Jackson and Braund took up the innings ...

    Article : 1,899 words
  7. USE OF FIREARMS BY THE POLICE.

    "When is a police officer justified in using firearms?" and "What are the circumstances which warrant him in taking such an extreme step?" were questions that were freely asked and discussed in the ...

    Article : 1,468 words
  8. SEARCH IN THE PENNANT HILLS DISTRICT.

    The search for the fugitives still continues but as the country is too rough for the use of horse or bicycle the work of investigating the bush is being pursued on foot. On Friday night the police examined ...

    Article : 456 words
  9. MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Orizaba leaves Sydney on August 2, Melbourne 5th, Adelaide 7th, Fremantle 11th, and is expected to reach Colombo on 21st. Suez September 2, Naples 7th. Marseilles 9th. and London 15th. ...

    Article : 234 words
  10. MINING IN BRITISH NEW GUINEA.

    Mr. Francis P. Winter, Administrator of British New Guinea, recently made a tour through the possession. In the report forwarded to the Federal Government he states:—"We reached Samarai on ...

    Article : 887 words
  11. THE YOUNGER SUSPECT.

    There has been some confusion in regard to the description of the younger suspect. Even the particulars published in the "Police Gazette" were originally incorrect. The following is the ...

    Article : 125 words
  12. WHAT MR. FOSBERY SAYS.

    The Inspector-General of Police, when seen on the matter, expressed great regret at the untoward incident, but be declined to make any statement, as the matter was sub judice so far as he was concerned. ...

    Article : 422 words
  13. ARRIVAL OF THE SONOMA.

    The R.M.S. Sonoma arrived in port early on Saturday, and after receiving pratique came up the harbour. The Sonoma left San Francisco at 10.5 a.m. on the 3rd instant, cleared the Golden Gate at 10.37 a.m., discharged the ...

    Article : 192 words
  14. THE GUILFOYLE FUND.

    Sub-inspector Roche has received a cheque for £1 1s from the London Dental Institute, per Mr. S. D. Asher, for the benefit of the widow of the late Constable Guilfoyle. ...

    Article : 34 words
  15. THE NEXT MATCH.

    The match to-day is against Essex, When the teams, previously met the match was drawn. Essex scored 178 and lost two wickets for 13, the Australians declared their first innings closed with eight ...

    Article : 47 words
  16. COMMONWEALTH NOTES.

    The House of Representatives will meet on Tuesday afternoon. The first business will he the Electoral Bill, which Sir Willian Lyne expects to dispose of by the dinner adjournment on Wednesday. The ...

    Article : 144 words
  17. ARRIVAL OF A NEW STEAMSHIP.

    The steamship Jeseric, of the Federal line, which arrived on Saturday from New York, via Melbourne, is a new steamer on her maiden voyage. She was built at Glasgow by W. Hamilton and Co., in March, ...

    Article : 160 words
  18. THE KALGOORLIE WAGES DISPUTE.

    The wages dispute between the Workers' Association and the Ivanhoe Company will be advanced another stage on Tuesday, when a meeting of the local board of conciliation will be held and a date ...

    Article : 444 words
  19. FROM THE ISLANDS.

    The Union Company's steamship Manapouri arrived from the South Sea Islands on Saturday morning. Captain M'Lean reports having left Auckland on the 2nd instant, called at Nukualofa on the 7th, Ha[?]al ...

    Article : 179 words
  20. QUEENSLAND.

    The shop of Burrows Brothers, butchers, was entered early on Saturday morning. A quantity of dressed meat was stolen, including eight sheep, two lambs, and one calf, and 100lb. of beef in joints The ...

    Article : 107 words
  21. NOTES.

    This match will go down in the annals of Anglo-Australian cricket as the most remarkable on record. The Australians winning the toss had the benefit of the wicket while it remained easy, but ...

    Article : 1,822 words
  22. TRADE WITH CHINA AND JAPAN.

    Messrs. Gibbs. Brigth, and Co., managing agents of the Eastern and Australian Steamship Company, Limited, of London, have received particulars of the new steamer Empire, recently launched from the yards ...

    Article : 944 words
  23. SEARCH FOR THE MURDERER.

    In the meantime the search for the real murderer of Constable Guilfoyle, and the man who severely wounded Constable Maher, is being conducted with unabated vigour. The unfortunate incident at ...

    Article : 204 words
  24. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The steamer Salder, Captain Crane, left Mannum on the afternoon of July 25 for Murray Bridge, with the barge Eclipse in tow, with 500 bags of wheat on board. The barge started to leak shortly after ...

    Article : 73 words
  25. PARLIAMENTARY REFORM.

    A branch of the People's Reform League has been established and a committee appointed. Mr. J. Byrnes has been elected representative to attend a conference in Sydney, and Mr. E. Wearne has been ...

    Article : 46 words
  26. HOME RULE MOVEMENT.

    An enthusiastic and largely-attended meeting was held in the Town Hall on Friday in support of Home Rule for Ireland. The first resolution carried was one of sympathy with the King in his illness, ...

    Article : 100 words
  27. A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY.

    The coroner (Mr. Whiting) has just returned from Bulho, 20 miles from here, where an inquiry was held into the c[?]umstances attending the death of William Lewis, a selector, of that place. ...

    Article : 150 words
  28. ANTI-HOME RULE.

    In accordance with the resolution carried unanimously at the annual meeting of the Australian Protestant Defence Association on Thursday night the Rev. Dr. Dill Macky on Saturday signed and ...

    Article : 111 words
  29. OPERATIONS OF THE POLICE.

    The police are now practically in the position they were before the Queanbeyan report reached them, and the question to be solved is the whereabouts of the men. Opinions on that point differ. Some hold ...

    Article : 566 words
  30. MR. GEIL'S MISSION.

    Mr. W. E. Geil, American evangelist, arrived from Western Australia by the Wollowra on Friday, and continued the journey to Melbourne by the express on Friday. He reports having had a most successful ...

    Article : 79 words
  31. RHEUMATISM.

    K[?]llrheu advertised so extensively as a cure for Rheumatism and all aches and pams, including the prevalent Backache, probably stands at the head of the long list remedies for the dire complint of ...

    Article : 469 words
  32. DEATH OF THE HON. T. H. SMITH, M.L.C.

    The death of the Hon. Thomas Hawkins Smith, M.L.C., occurred yesterday afternoon at Redbank, Darling Point-road Mr. Smith was ill but a short time. Abot two weeks ago he sustamed a severe ...

    Article : 391 words
  33. NORFOLK ISLAND.

    Two more whales were captured last week by No. Company, No. 3 Company will begin operations to-morrow. ...

    Article : 28 words
  34. SYDNEY WATER SUPPLY.

    A large and representative meeting of farmers living within the catchment area of the Sydney water supply, was held at East Kangaloon to-day. Mr. James Alcorn, J.P., presided. About 1000 were ...

    Article : 172 words
  35. TASMANIA.

    Mr. C. E. Padman, 41, manager of Messrs. J. and T. Gunn's establishment, died while having supper with friends at the Ladies' College on Friday, through the bursting of a blood-vessel in the head. ...

    Article : 44 words
  36. NEW ZEALAND.

    The annual report of the National Dairy Association of New Zealand states that prices obtained in London for the society's output exceeded expectations. The net profit for the year amounts to £138. ...

    Article : 64 words
  37. LATE MINING.

    The failure of the Oroya management to pick up the rich shoot in the eastern crosscut at the eighth level of the company's northern block has given rise to the supposition that this valuable pipe of ore has ...

    Article : 132 words
  38. A NEW COLLIER.

    The new steam collier Majorie, purchased at [?] the Bellambi Coal Company, Limited, arrived at Bellambi on Friday morning after a passage of 71 days from Cardiff. She is a vessel of 928 tons, and will be employed in ...

    Article : 55 words
  39. APPOINTMENT OF THE LATE DR. COWIE'S SUCCESSOR.

    The Anglican Synod of Auckland has deferred till October the election of a Bishop to succeed the late Bishop Cowie, and has appointed a commission to inquire in England and elsewhere regarding the men ...

    Article : 48 words
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