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  2. IN PARLIAMENT.

    Members of the Legislative Assembly met yesterday to deal with a number of matters not referred to in the Governor's Speech Nothing occurred, consequently' to cause extraordinary ...

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  3. FURTHER SENSATIONAL MURDERS. THE GILGANDRA TRAGEDY.

    The inquest was continued to-day before Mr. Snaw, P.M., of Coonamble. MRS. GOVERNOR'S EVIDENCE Mrs. Ethel Governor, wife of James Governor, ...

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  4. THE WEATHER. A/PLEASANT CHANGE,

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 454 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    This afternoon the first matinee of " The Rose of Persia " will be given at Her Majesty's Theatre. The new work, staged with oriental magnificence and full of charming music, which gains on a second ...

    Article : 58 words
  6. NEWCASTLE. CITY OF NEWCASTLE GAS COMPANY.

    The sixty-eighth half-yearly report of the board of directors of the City of Newcastle Gas and Coke Company, Limited, was issued to the shareholders this afternoon, and will be considered at the ...

    Article : 174 words
  7. FEDERATION. OFFICIALS OF THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Assembly last night the Premier, in answer to Mr. Haynes, said be could not definitely reply to a question regarding the proposals of the Victorian Government in referenre to the services of ...

    Article : 309 words
  8. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. MATINEE.

    On Friday afternoon Mr. J. C. Williamson will give the free use of Her Majesty's Theatre for an extra performance of " The Rose of Persia," in aid of the " Sydney Mail " Fund for the Children's ...

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  9. THEATRE ROYAL.

    " The Absent-Minded Beggar" continues to draw large audiences at the Theatre Royal. Mr. Bland Holt has staged the new war drama with a picturesque completeness that is quite exceptional, and ...

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  10. WATER AND SEWERAGE BOARD.

    The weekly meeting of the Hunter District Water Supply and Sewerage Board was held at the offiers, Newcastle, this morning. The president (Mr. H. D. Walsh) occupied the chair, and Messrs. J. W. ...

    Article : 267 words
  11. THE TRAGEDY NEAR GULGONG.

    The Coroner (Mr. Wilkinson) held an inquest on the body of Mr. Alexander M'Kay, and a verdict of wilful murder was returned against Joe and Jimmy Governor. ...

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  12. CRITERION THEATRE.

    At the Criterion Theatre Paul Feval's romantic drama " The Duke's Motto " will take old playgoers back to pleasant recollections of Fechter. Mr. Dampier plays the part of the valorous swordsman ...

    Article : 60 words
  13. TIVOLI THEATRE.

    This afternoon there will be the customary matinee at the Tivoli Theatre, where Miss Irene Franklin enters upon her last nights, whilst Mr. Charles Seel is also closing his season in the present ...

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  14. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    The Premier, in answer to a question by Mr. Affleck (M.L.A, for Yass) in the Legislative Assembly last night, stated that no surveys of plsces for [?]itcs for the federal capital are being made under ...

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  15. MISS BILLIE BARLOW.

    Miss Billie Ballow, a variety star and burlesque actress who achieved immense popularity in "Little Jack Sheppard" and " Dandy Dick" under Mr. George Rignold's management eight years ago, will ...

    Article : 81 words
  16. LYCEUM THEATRE.—BIO-TABLEAU.

    Every afternoon and evening the Anglo-American Bio-Tableau is being exhibited, under Mr. J. C. Williamson's management, at the Lyceum Theatre. The latest picture added to the series shows Diamond ...

    Article : 52 words
  17. HUNTER RIVER OVER ITS BANKS

    The weather cleared last night and remained fine all-day. The river broke over at Pitnacree last night and flowed in a broad deep stream over all the farms on the lowlands along the railway between East ...

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  18. THE COAL EXPORT TRADE.

    The steamer Florence Pile arrived to-day from Sydney to load a cargo of coal for Java. The ship Orphens sailed to-day for Antofogasta with 2060 tons of coal from the Duckenfield Colliery, the ship ...

    Article : 89 words
  19. AMATEUR ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY.

    The Sydney Amateur Orchestral Society will this evening give the second concert of their ninth season at the Town Hall. Signor Hazon will conduct the orchestra in Schubert's " Unfinished Symphony " ...

    Article : 99 words
  20. QUEENSLAND.

    S[?]e Saturday 105 points of rain fell. It was fine to-day. BROKEN HILL, Tuesday. It was very dusty to-day, with boisterous westerly ...

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  21. THE CITY COURT.

    At the City Court to-day Frederick Woolley, 21, labourer, was charged with having at Hamilton on the 16th instant broken and entered the dwelling-house of James Cook, juu, and with having stolen ...

    Article : 255 words
  22. HANDEL'S " ISRAEL IN EGYPT."

    Handel's immortal oratorio, "The Israel in Egypt," will be repeated by the Philharmonic Society on Saturday, August 4, in aid of the Indian Famine Relief Fund. Signor Hazou will conduct an ...

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  23. CONGRATULATIONS TO MR. BARTON.

    At a meeting of the Federal League last night, Dr. Hurst presiding, the following resolutions were carried:—1. " That the Bathurst branch of the Federal Association in ...

    Article : 271 words
  24. FREEMASONS' ANNUAL BALL.

    Mr. Joseph Massey has selected the following programme of music for the organ recitnl at the Freemasons' annual hall on Thursday, July 26:—1, Grand Choer in D (Guilmiut), 2, melody, " For ...

    Article : 116 words
  25. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    Arrivals: Mokoia, s., at the Bluff, from Melbourne; Zealandiu, s., from Sydney, at Melbourne, Departures: Waikato, for London, from Wellington; Rotokino, s., for Melbourne. ...

    Article : 529 words
  26. SYDNEY COMEDY CLUB.

    There was an excellent attendance at the Palace Theatre last night, when the Sydney Comedy Club gave an entertainment in aid of the Indian Famine Fund. The dress circle was especially well filled, ...

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  27. A.M.P. SOCIETY EXTENSION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Will you oblige me by publishing the enclosed correspondence, which explains itself. Can any fair-minded person, on the face of this correspondence, say that the form of the proxy ...

    Article : 778 words
  28. RETURN OF SIR JULIAN SALOMONS.

    Sir Julian Salomons, who returned to Australia by the steamer India, after serving a term of offuce as Agent-General for New South Wales, resumed his voyage to Sydney by the India this afternoon. He ...

    Article : 604 words
  29. DOUBLE MURDEH NEAR MERRIWA.

    A profound sensation was caused here to-day by the appalling intelligence that a woman and a boy had been murdered near Morriwa by the fiendish blacks. Mrs. O'Brien, one of the victims, is a sister ...

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  30. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE THE COLONIAL " WAR RESERVES."

    Mnjor General French, G.O.C., yesterday took the opportunity of replyiug to a few criticisms offered to his scheme for the establishment of a colonial " war reserve " of, say, 10,000 men. "I have to ...

    Article : 732 words
  31. PASSENGERS TO ARRIVE BY THE R.M.S. OMRAH.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 140 words
  32. POLICE ASSISTANCE FROM NARRABRI.

    At 7 o'clock to-night Sub-inspector Day, chief of the Narrabri police department, received a wire, asking him to proceed to Murrurundi at ones to take charge of a body of police proceeding to the place ...

    Article : 65 words
  33. UNIVERSITY EXTENSION BOARD.

    There was another large attendance at the boardroom of the Public Library last evening when Professor MacCallum delivered the last of a course of four lectures on " Hamlet " The chair was occupied by ...

    Article : 372 words
  34. THE EARLY CLOSING OF HOTELS.

    A largely attended public meeting was held at the Queen's Hall last night under the auspices of the New South Wales Temperance Alliance, when the question, " Shall Sunday sly-grog selling be put ...

    Article : 409 words
  35. THE GOVERNMENT REWARD.

    The Premier informed a "Herald" reporter last night that it had been decided by the Government to offer a reward of £100 per head for the apprehension of any of the abo[?]ginals who might have a ...

    Article : 57 words
  36. PASSENGERS TO ARRIVE BY THE R.M.S. VICTORIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 73 words
  37. WHAT MR. FOSBERY SAYS.

    When seen yesterday by a "Herald " representative the Inspector-General of Police stated that he had given instructions throughout the whole of the police districts in the surrounding country. ...

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  38. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Oroya arrived at London on July 22. The R.M.S. Ophir arrived at Suez home [?]ards on July 23. ...

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  39. THE UNION LINE.

    The Ovalau arrived at Auckland yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon. The Rotokino left the Bluff yesterday for Melbourne and Syndney. ...

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  40. FUNERAL OF THE VICTIMS.

    The remain, of Miss Kerz, one of the victims of the Breelong tragedy, were brought here on Monday evening and taken to St. Brtgid's R C. Church. The Very Rev. J. Donne, V.G., ...

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  41. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—In thanking you for past favours I would respectfully ask for space for some further remarks. No doubt the vote to be recorded on the adjournment on Friday will be as the directors cocksuredly ...

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  42. THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CAMPAIGN.

    The Interest in the Federation campaign, which in the past was chiefly centred in the platform, is now directed to a personal canvass, which is being prosecuted with great vigour. ...

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  43. TOBACCONISTS AND EARLY CLOSING.

    A meeting, adjourned from last Tuesday, was held yesterday afternoon at the Elite Hall to protest against the amendments proposed to be made in the Early Closing Act as it affects tobacconists. These ...

    Article : 328 words
  44. THE GERMAN EAST AFRICA LINE.

    THE GERMAN EAST AFR[?] At the extaordinary general meeting of shareholders of the German East Africa line. held on the 15th ultimo, the proposal to raise the "capital from 5,000,000 to 10,000,000 ...

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  45. CHURCH NEWS.

    The sixth anniversary of the Strict Baptist Church was commemorated in the I.O.O.F. Temple, Elizabeth-street, last night. At 6.30 o'clock a tea was partaken of by upwards of 100 persons, and ...

    Article : 181 words
  46. LAND AVAILABLE FOR SETTLEMENT.

    In the Legislative Assembly last night some quesions were put by Mr. Rose to the Minister for Lands relative to the 1,700,000 acres of land which have been gazetted as available for settlement. Mr. ...

    Article : 265 words
  47. VOYAGE OF THE R.M.S. WARRIMOO.

    The Canadian-Australian liner Warrimoo anchored in Watson's Bay last evening. Captain Phillis reports having left Vancouver at 2 p.m. on June 29, arrived at Victoria at 8 p.m., leaving again at 11.30 p.m. Arrived at ...

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  48. KIAMA POULTRY SHOW.

    The thirteenth annual exhibition of the Kiama Poultry, Pigeon, Canary, aud Dog Association, which is affiliated with and held under the rules and regulations of the Poultry Club of New South Wales ...

    Article : 127 words
  49. ROYAL AUSTRALIAN ARTILLERY.

    The annual company training of No. 1 Company R.A.A. will terminate on Tuesday next. To-day 40 practice rounds will be fired from the 80-pounder R.M.L. guns at South Head, commencing at 11 a.m. ...

    Article : 83 words
  50. ARREST OF AN ABORIGINAL.

    Jacky Underwood, the Breelong black, was arrested by civilians near Leadville at noon to-day. ...

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  51. NEWCASTLE SHIPPING CHARGES.

    NEWCASTLE SHIPPING [?] The following complaint is from an English shipping paper:—The pilotage hill for a 1996 register sailer at Newcastle, New South Wales, bailast in and coals out, five ...

    Article : 35 words
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  53. QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMENT.

    Notice has been given by Mr. Richaids, M.L.A., of his intention to ask the Colonial Secretary the following questions in the Legislative Assembly:— Regarding the conditions provided for testing the ...

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