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  2. SHIPPING.

    Aramac, s., 2114 tons, Captain J. E. Butcher, from Melbourne. Passengers—Me[?]dames Chowler, Faulkner, Haynes, Pine, Timmins, Kennedy, Syme, Goud[?]e, Robinson, Apbed, [?]syes, Gratton, Misses Lonerigan, Greeland, ...

    Article : 354 words
  3. RUSSIA IN CHINA.

    The negotiations for the settlement of terms between China and the Powers would seem to have been progressing favourably until Russia threw the apple of discord into the ...

    Article : 2,259 words
  4. METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,036 words
  5. DEPARTURES.—November 27.

    Mok[?]a, s., for Newcastle. Kadina, s., for Newcastle. Aramac, s., for Queensland ports. Buninyong, s., for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 28 words
  6. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—November 28.

    Afric., s., for London and Liverpool, via Capetown and ports; Settin, s., for China and New Guine[?], via Queensland ports; Manapouri, s., for Fiji, Samo[?], and Tonga; Mararca, s., for Auckland and other New Zealand ports; ...

    Article : 75 words
  7. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The Boers propose to raid the frontiers of Cape Colony in hopes that this will induce the disaffected Dutch colonists to rise against the British rule. ...

    Article : 1,034 words
  8. CLEARANCES.—November 27.

    Aram[?]c, s., 2113 tons. Captain J. E. Butcher, for Cooktown, via ports. Passengers—Mrs. Cook. Mrs. T. Geddes, Mrs. Tear Tack and 5 children, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. H. Tyrer, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Blackford, Mrs. Andrews and 3 ...

    Article : 371 words
  9. COASTERS OUTWARD.—November 27.

    R[?]akaka, schooner, for St. George's Bay[?] Zelma, ketch, for Bellinger River; City of Grafton, s., for Clarence River. ...

    Article : 24 words
  10. IMPORTS.—November 27.

    Gabo, s., from Melbourne and Greetong: 2865 bags chaff, [?]02 bags potatoes, 1813 pieces timber, 50 cases egg[?] 50 bags meal, 20 dumps hair, 60 boiler tubes, 6 packages agricultural implements. 85 cases fruit, 20 cases sauce ...

    Article : 491 words
  11. AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENTS

    In the Legislative Council to-day the bill to pro vide so far as this colony is concerned for the federation of the Presbyterian Churches of Australia was moved for the second reading by Mr. Drake, ...

    Article : 203 words
  12. TO-DAY'S PAPER.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 144 words
  13. EXPORTS.—November 28.

    Afric, s., for South Africa and London. For Liverpool; [?]00 tons cocoanut oil, 106 tons copra, 290 tons tallow, 50 backs hides, 1395 bags copper matte, 28 tierces tobacco, 26 cases machinery, 2500 carcases mutton, 500 boxes butter, ...

    Article : 95 words
  14. THE MAILS.

    South Australia.—Overland, 5.30 p.m. Victoria.—Overland, 5.30 and 7 p.m. Letters for Melbourne only will be accepted with[?] late fee for the Express from 5.30 to 6.30 p.m., if posted [?] ...

    Article : 342 words
  15. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING NEWS.

    BRISBANE.—Arrivals: November 26, Eurimbla, s., from Sydney. November 27, Allings, s., from Sydney. Departures: November 27, Mareeba, s., for Sydney; Eurimbla, s., for Rockhampton; Julia Pere[?] s., for ...

    Article : 478 words
  16. ADVERTISEMENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 147 words
  17. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    In the Legislative Council to-day the AttorneyGeneral introduced a bill providing for a Publ[?] Service Classification Board, consisting of three members, two to be appointed by the Governor and ...

    Article : 107 words
  18. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Assembly to-day passed the; third readings [?] several minor measures. Both Houses are makin[?] desperate efforts to clear the notice paper preparator[?] to the dissolution. ...

    Article : 32 words
  19. SPECIAL NOTICES.

    Attention is respectfully directed to the following Rules:- NEWS AND CORRESPONDENCE. All communications intended for the news or ...

    Article : 93 words
  20. TO-DAY.

    City Elections.—Bourke Ward: Mr. A. G. Relston Empire Hotel, 8 p.m. Belmore Ward; Mr. John Dono van, Mu[?]holland's Hotel, 8 p.m.; Mr. J. D. Fitzerald Limerick Castle Hotel, 8 p.m.; Mr. Heary Willis, Cave of ...

    Article : 370 words
  21. THE PATRIOTIC FUND.

    Yesterday the subscriptions to the Patriotic Fund initiated at the beginning of the Boer war reached a total sum of £50,000. This is a remarkable result of an appeal to the ...

    Article : 332 words
  22. PARCEL MAIL.

    Parcels addressed to the United Kingdom, Egypt, Ceyion, India, Malta, Hongkong, and certain foreign countries via the United Kingdom, will be received at the Parcels Office, l51 Castlereagh-street, for ...

    Article : 172 words
  23. BUSINESS.

    All letters and communications on business should be addressed to JOHN FAIRFAX AND SONS. Advertisements should reach this office not later than 9 p.m., and to assist in classification should indicate ...

    Article : 102 words
  24. (From the Board at the Telegraph Office.)

    TWEED HEADS.—Arrival: November 27. Augusta, [?] at 10.15 a.m. Departure: November 27, Wollumbin, [?] at noon. RICHMOND HEADS.—November 27, 14ft. on bar, ...

    Article : 517 words
  25. Advertising

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    Advertising : 475 words
  26. Advertising

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    Advertising : 122 words
  27. UNDER WHICH TARIFF?

    It is now quite evident that in at any rate New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia the question of the Commonwealth tariff will overshadow the issues at the federal ...

    Article : 1,307 words
  28. TREATMENT OF CONSUMPTION.

    A few days ago we published a letter from Mr. Frank Grimley, advocating the claims of the Queen Victoria Homes for Consumptives, and urging the establishment of these homes ...

    Article : 1,110 words
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