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  3. SHIPPING REPORTS.

    Custom-house.—Entered outwards: October 10, Pondo, s., for London and Dunkirk; Yallaroi, ship, for London; Macquarie, ship, for London: [?]field, ship, for London. Captain P. Snewin reports that the steamer Gabo left ...

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  4. THE HOPETOUN AVENUE.

    That the least attempt to interface with the city reserves is apt to be resented ua a trespass upon popular privilege seems to be shown by the widespread excitement which has been created over an ...

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  5. AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENTS.

    In the Council yesterday the Solicitor-General moved the second reading of a bill to authorise a referendum on the Female Franchise Bill. At the conclusion of his speech the debate was adjourned. The ...

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  6. AN INTERESTING ISLAND VOYAGE.

    The first voyage in the German service to Hongkong from Sydney was completed yesterday by the arrival of the North German Lloyd's steamer Munchen. The service forms part of a dual line ...

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  7. NEWCASTLE.

    The sixth annual display and carnival in connection with the combined Public schools of the northern district took place on the Newcastle racecourse this afternoon, and proved an unqualified success. Between 3000 and 4000 ...

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  8. DEBATE IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

    In the Legislative Council last evening, Mr. CAMPBELL asked the Vice-President of the Executive Council, without notice, weather he could furnish the House with any information as to the ...

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  9. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—On first thoughts the proposal of the Government to make a roadway for vehicles (presumably only private carriages, traps, and bicycles) around the seawall of the Botanical Gordens tills one with ...

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  10. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The Annand Behic, from Marseilles, left the Semaphore at 10 p.m. yesterday for Melbourne. The R.M.S. Oceana, from London, arrived yesterday at 8 a.m. at Fremantle, and left at 1.40 p.m. for Adelaide. ...

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  11. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Apart from the strong disapproval by the public of the suggested encroachment on tho Botanical Gardens—which are certainly unequalled in the colonies—there is a point which I think has not yet ...

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  12. PASSENGERS TO ARRIVE BY THE R.M.S. ORUBA.

    A list to hand of passengers by the Orient liner Oruba, due here to-morrow from London, contains the following names:—Mr. and Mrs. Cecil [?]der, Mr. und Mrs. Bolin, Mr. and Mrs. Nicoll and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. ...

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  13. QUEENSLAND.

    Following on the recent tactics of the Opposition, the Premier gave notice yesterday in the Assembly that he would move to-morrow an amendment of standing order No. 135 by deleting all words alter ...

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  14. REFERENOE IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    In the Legislative Assembly last night Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, M.L.A., desired to move the adjournment of the House to call attention to the action of the Government in reference to the ...

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  15. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Surely the Premier must know very little about the Domain and the Gardens when he proposed a new carriage drive along the sea front. Is he not aware that already there ...

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  16. PASSAGES ENGAGED BY THE [?].M.S. ORMUZ.

    [?]p to the closing of the English mail of the 7th ultimo the following passages had been engaged by the R.M.S. Ormuz, timed to leave London to-morrow:- Mr. T. Allen, Mrs. Browne and family, Mr. Browne, ...

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  17. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—It seems to me that if anything would justify a revolt of the citizens it is the action of the Premier in robbing the public of its right to the water frontage of the Botanic Gardens by the creation of a ...

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  18. WINDSOR INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.

    The annual industrial exhibition and floral fate in aid of St. Matthew's Church of England, Windsor, was opened this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock by Lady Harris. There was a large attendance of people ...

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  19. PASSAGES ENGAGED BY THE R.M.S. BRITANNIA.

    Following is a list of the passages engaged by the P. and O. Company's Britannia up to the closing of the Ehglish mail of the 7th ultimo:- Major J. M. S. Anderson, Professor and Mrs. R. S. ...

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  20. SAILING VESSELS DUE.

    Arctic Stream, ship (KBHP), from Glasgow—100 days. Chas F. Crocker, four-masted barquentine (KJ[?]Q), from Vancouver—63 days. Hayd[?] Brown, barque (JRVC), from Eureka—60 days. ...

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  21. THE COAL EXPORT TRADE.

    The barque Tourny arrived to-day from Sydney to load a cargo of coal from the Waratah colliery for Valparaiso. The barque Saint Anne sailed to-day for San Francisco with 2197 tons of [?]tton coal, the four-masted barque ...

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  22. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    In the Assembly yesterday the Constitution Convention Bill was further debated, but no decision was arrived at. The Premier indicated that he desired to take, a vote next Tuesday. The ...

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  23. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

    In a general order published yesterday the General Officer Commanding states that he has much pleasure in making known to the forces of the colony the high encomiums which have been officially recorded ...

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  24. CHARTERS.

    Barcore, ship, 2012 tons, South Australia to United Kingdom or Continent—Wheat. C[?]gmore, ship, 1927 tons, Melbourne or Geelong t[?] United Kingdom or Continent—Wheat. ...

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  25. DEATH OF A SHIPOWNER.

    Flags at the E and A. Company's offices were flying yesterday at half-mast, news having been received of the death of Mr. James G[?]thrie the chairman of directors of the Eastern and Aurtralian Steamship Company. Messrs. ...

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  26. PUBLIC LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA.

    Meetings of the Public Library Association of Australasia were opened this morning by the president (Sir Samuel Way). There was a good attendance of delegates. Tne president said, in welcoming ...

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  27. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday, the Treasurer delivered his Budget speech. He said that the population during the last financial year had increased by 9712, and for the last 15 months by 11,921. ...

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  28. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS.

    A meeting of this council was held on the 4th instant. The Mayor (Alderman Gilliver) and a full council were present. Payments were authorised amounting to £19 18s 2d. The tr[?] reported credits—To the general ...

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  29. SOUTH AFRICAN SHIPPING.

    The Italian barque Thomas sailed from [?]able Bay [?] August 20 for Sydney to load shade for Genoa. The Norwegian ship Benmore lett Table Bay on August 31 for Newcastle to load coal for the West Coast. ...

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  30. THE R.M.S. ORUBA.

    The Orient Company's Oruba, whose English mail was yesterday delivered in the city, is due here to-morrow. She is in command of Captain J. Linkla[?]er, who reports having left Gravesend on August 31 at 1.45 p.m., had a foggy ...

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  31. MANLY.

    The Manly Council [?]t on October 9, The Mayor, Alderman W. H. Fletcher, occupied the chair. There were also present Aldermen F. C. Pas[?], Owen Carroll, J. F. Walker, A. Russell, J. J. Dargan, J. B Meyer. E. ...

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  32. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Not content with attempting to take "a small portion" of the Domain fronting Woolloomooloo Bay for wharfage purposes, the Government now proposes to invade the sacred precincts of that ...

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  33. FIRE ON A SYDNEY BOUND SHIP.

    Further details of the fire on the Almora have been received. The vessal, it will be remember, put [?] Algoa Bay on August 27 while bound from Liverpool to Sydney with a general cargo. The only thing that saved. ...

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  34. THE ANTI-FEMALE SUFFRAGE LEAGUE.

    A meeting of ladies opposed to female suffrage was held yesterday at the School of Arts under the auspices of the Anti-Female Suffrage League. The purpose of the gathering was to consider the ...

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  35. THE WHITE STAR LINE.

    Messrs. Dalgety and Company, Limited, representing the above line of steamers, note:- The Afric left Liverpool on September 22, is due at Capetown on October [?]. Albany on October 29, Melbourne ...

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  36. WATERLOO.

    This council met an October 8, The Mayor, Alderman Parry, occupied the chair. There were also present Aldermen Evans, Adams, Dixon, Williams, Anderson, M.L.A., and Danks Alderman Taylor, of the Fire Brigades Board, ...

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  37. THE ABERDEEN LINE.

    The representatives of the Aberdeen line of steamers, Messrs. Dalgety and Co., Limited, report the movements of the vessels as under:- The Aberdeen left Sydney an August 17, Melbourne on ...

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  38. LATE MINING.

    During September the South Kalgurli treated [?] tons of oxidised sulphide ore, yielding 1310oz. Owing to a slight accident to the boiler the mill only [?] two days. ...

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  39. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—As an old resident of Sydney, I am grieved to hear that the Premier intends taking a large portion of the Botanical Gardens, including all the water frontage, for the purpose of making a carriage drive, ...

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  40. THE CHIPPERKYLE.

    The barque Chipperkyle, from Hamburg, consigned to Messrs. [?], Drysdale, and Co. yesterday anchored below Garden Island. She made a passage of 108 days. ...

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  41. THE ELISABETH.

    The handy and well-kept Danish barque Elisabeth yesterday arrived from Tamatave. She is in command of Captain Mein[?]rtz, and has come in ba[?]ast to load here for the islands. Mr. Justus Scharff is agent for the vessel. ...

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  42. THE MACQUARIE.

    The Devitt and Moore clipper Macquarie, in command of Captain Corner, arrived from London yesterday. Messrs. Gilchrist, Watt, and [?]anderson, Limited, are agents for the line. Captain Corner reports having left Gravesend on ...

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  43. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Technical Instruction Bill, giving aid to the associated and technical classes passed both branches of the Legislature. Though the Representation Amendment Bill only provided for six additional ...

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