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  2. LAW REPORT.

    Mr. Wise, Q.C., and Mr. T. L. Campbell, instrucced by Mr. A. Nicholsnon, appeared for the plaintiff, Martin Zobel, and asked that the rule nisi in the case should be restored to the list. The action ...

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  3. MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING NEWS.

    According to a mait report, London, July 7, the steel twin-screw steamer Kaiser Fredrich, 12,481 tons gross and 5149 tons net, built and engined by Mr. F. Schichau, Danzig, with two sets of engines 43½in., 64in., 92in., and (2) ...

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  4. ENGINEERING ASSOCIATION.

    A general meeting of the Engineering Association of New South Wales was held last night in the society's rooms, Pitt-street There was a good attendance, and Mr. H. B. Howe presided. ...

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  5. MUNICIPAL COUNCILS.

    This council met on Tuesday, Auguat S. There were present—The Mayor (Alderman W. K. V. Robson) Alderman Beaver, Mills Brown, Upward, Lloyd, and the council clerk (Mr. T. Glassop). An apology was received from ...

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  6. AMUSEMENTS.

    This afternoon there will be matinee of "In Honour Bonnd" and "The Brixton Burglary." For the rest of the season, however, Mr. Brough will resort to Thursday for those extra ...

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  7. BANKRUPTCY COURT.

    Re Patrick William Morrison Bankrupt examined by Mr. Minter for the official assignee. Adjourned to August 16.G Re William Bourne Leckie Resolution carried ...

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  8. LYCEUM THEATRE.

    "Our Native nome " will be staged for the last time at the Lyceum Theatre to-night, as to-morrow Mr. Holloway will produce "Shall We Forgive Her?" ...

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  9. A JAPANESE EMIGRANT STEAMER.

    Wheat reliance is to be placed upon the reorts which have from time to time appeared in the Japanese press when the question of emigration to Australia is under nortice—namely, that the Japanese have no desire to leave ...

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  10. CRITERION THEATRE.

    This afternoon there will be an extra performance of "The Kelly Gang" by the Arnold Denham Dramatic Company at the Criterion Theatre. ...

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  11. TOWN HALL ORGAN RECITALS.

    There was an increased attendance at the recital by the city organist last night, due to the inclusion in the programme of the favourite "Storm Idylle" (Wiegand), which was warmly applauded. Mr. N ...

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  12. DISTRICT COURT.—Friday, August 11.

    Applications for orders for cxaminationa of judgment debtors;' Gellrich v. Russelll, Scrutton and another v. Viles. Applications for writs of ca. sa.: Davis v. Kurts, Kirby v. ...

    Article : 138 words
  13. THE GERMAN-AUSTRALIAN COMPANY.

    The German-Australian line is evidently prospering. It has, indeed, made wonderful strides si nce its first venture to Austrlia. A statement new to hand states: The directors of the German-Australian Steamship Company, ...

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  14. CONCERT AT NEWTOWN.

    A complimentary concert was tendered to Miss Ettie Adler by nor friends and musical admirers in return for valuable services rendered an many occasions to assist the cause of charity. The gathering ...

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  15. THE SALE OF NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY'S STEAMERS.

    It was cabled to the "Herald ' lately that the New Zealand Shipping Company had sold four of their steamers, four of the best-known of the fleet perhaps. An English report received yesterday states of ...

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  16. QUARTER SESSIONS—Friday, August, 11.

    Daniel Hammett and Thomas Dennis, stealing, John Crowe, receiving Silas Cook, falese pretences; Sarah Ann Lewis stealing in a dwelling. ...

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  17. LIVERPOOL.

    At the past meeting of the above council, the Mayor (Alerman Moreshead) presiding, a circular was received from the Fire Brigades' Board pointing out the necessity for council to remit its annual subscriptions when due, ...

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  18. POLICE COURTS.

    Larceny.—In the Central Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Isaacs, S.M., Jennie Whittaker, 36, for stealing 12s from a man, was sentenced to six months' imprisonment, having been previously ...

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  19. NOTICE TO MARINERS.

    The senior naval officer in New Zealand has notified the Wellington Marine Department that H.M.S. Ringdove reports the existence of a rock with 8ft. of water on its at low water, ordinray spring tides, in the middle of the channel ...

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  20. CONCERT AT SUMMER HILL.

    A well-arrtanged and artistic concert was given on Wednesday night at the Summer Hill Congregational Church, Norton-street, in aid of a piano fund Mr. Harrie Way, who arranged the ...

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  21. THE NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD NE STEAMER KOENIG ALBERT.

    Messrs. Weber, Lohmann, and Co., agents for the above line, yesterday received the following decription of the launch of the abovenamed splendid steampship:—On June 24 last the Koenig Albert, the first of the five new ...

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  22. NORTH SYDNEY.

    A meeting of the North Sydney Council was held in the Town Hall on the 8th instant. The Mayor (Alderman J. M. Purves) presided, and there were also present—Aldermen Thomson, Barry, Slack, Eunever, Anderson, E. M. ...

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  23. ENTERTAINMENTS AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE.

    His Excellency the Governor and Lady Mary Lygon entertained at dinner at Government House last night Major-General and Mrs. French and Miss French, Captain and Mrs. Hixson, Colonel ...

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  24. DANCE AT THE GLEBE.

    The sixth annual broad und butter dance in sid of the poor and distressed of the Glebe borough was held in the local town ball last evening under the auspices of the Glebe Benevolent Society. The ...

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  25. DISTRICT COURT.

    Mr. F. R. Bretnall for the plaintiff, George Brennan;' Mr. H. A. Lyons for the defendants, James George Geoghegan and Bertha, his wife The plaintiff and defendants are shopkeepers in ...

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  26. ENTERTAINMENT AT NORTH SYDNEY.

    A successful concert and dramatic entertainment was held on the 9th instnat at the North Sidney School of Arts in aid and under the auspices of the Carabella Cricket Club. The function was the ...

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  27. NEW YORK SHIPPING.

    Messrs. R. W. Cameron aud Co have the sdhip Hillston on the Sydney loading berth to sail during the current month. The American barque Samerkand will leave New York ...

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  28. CYCLING.

    Comparisons are provferbially odious; but still we cannot help remarking that Green's recent successs in England enable us to gauge what a crack we have in our midst in R.Walne, who was always ...

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  29. STRATHFIELD.

    This council met on Tuesday, August 8. There were present—The Mayor (Aldermen T. F. H. Mackenzie), and Aldermen Allen, Dixon, Banbury. Henty, Parsonsl and the council clerk (Mr. J. H. Balmain). Alderman ...

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  30. NEW GUINEA MISSIONS.

    In view of the attention at piesent being directed to missions in the islands of the Pacifie it will not be out of place to give the experiences of a gentleman —Mr. A. Johnston, of Marrickville—who has just ...

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  31. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. I

    Mr. C. G. Wade was the Crown Prosecutor CHARGE OF CRIMINAL LIBEL. The trial of Gilbert Probyn Smith, who was charged with having written and published, on ...

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  32. LUMBER CARGOES.

    Messrs. Holdship and Co. have advice that the American schooner Oceania Vance sailed from Eureka, Humboldt Bay, on Juuly 7 for Sydney with a full cargo of redwood. The American four-masterd schooner Golden Shore sailed ...

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  33. SYDNEY BICYCLE CLUB.

    At a committee meeting of the club held on Monday! night last Messrs. W. Beit, W. P. Biowue, and G. Stubbins were elected new members. The committee decided to alter the run for next Saturday to ...

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  34. ANOTHER WORLD'S BECORD TO PLATTBETTS.

    The cable which the Dunlop Tyre received annouces that Platt-Betts had reduced the world's record of quarter-mile thiug start to 21 l-5 seconds, and the half-mile to 44 3-5 seconds. The former is ...

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  35. SHIPPING SALES.

    By the mail London date July 7, to hand [?] under are noted:- The steel steamer Scottish Hero, 2202 tons gross, 1384 tons net, built by Messrs. W. Doxford and Sons in 1895, ...

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  36. VAUCLUSE.

    At the lasty meeting of the Vaucluhc Council the Mayor (Alderman Forssberg). Aldermeen Dykes, Hyde Patterson, M. Culooch., Barraclufft Johnston and the council clerk (Mr. E. S. Santelle) were present the invitation from ...

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  37. METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.

    Mr. Harris was the Crown Prosecutor ASSAULTS. Francis Alexander Hamilton charged with attempted assault on a woman pleaded guilty, and ...

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  38. ZIMMERMAN BEATEN.

    The ex-champion made his reappearance in the cycle field of handicap riding, and has been beaten. The American papers show that Zimmerman had a great reception when he came out to his scratch mark ...

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  39. CHURCH NEWS.

    Under the auspices of the Literary and Social Union of the Pitt-street Congregational Church the Roy T. W. Dunn last night, in the school-hall, delivered a lecture on "Faces We Meet and How to ...

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  40. EQUITY COURT.

    Mr. Pilcher, Q.C., and Mr. Knox, instructed by Messrs. M'Namure and Smith, for the plaintiff company, Tooth and Co., Limited, Mr. Wise, Q.C., and Mr. Linger Owen, instructed by Mr. T. ...

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  41. VICTORY BICYCLE CLUB.

    The club's postponed road-race will take place next Saturday, starting from the Lumore Post Office. The following officials have been appointed:—Judges, J. Branch, and T. Smith; ...

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  42. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The fifth annual meeting of the Kiama Civilian Rifle Club was held here last evening, when there was a fair attendance. Mr. S. S. Wells, the president, occupied the chair. A satisfactory report was ...

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  44. LAW NOTICES.

    Term List.—Demurrers mid special cases: Ricketson and another v. Cook (pirt heard), demurrer Bank of New South Wales v. See, special case; M'Kinney v. the Falkner's Gold-mining Company, Limited, special case; ...

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  45. SUBURBAN BICYCLE CLUB.

    Last Sunday the club run was to National Park, where a mont enjoyable day was spent About 20 incmbars took pait therein. Two members, S. Gerber and W. Goodall, left by steamer last night ...

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  46. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR.

    The monthly meeting of the executive committee of the New South Wales Christian Endeavour Union was held on Friday night the president (Rev. M. Reavley) occupied the chair. Mr. J. B. Spencer ...

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  47. ACETYLENE GAS.

    The acetylene gas, which lins been playing such a prominent part in the lighting of bicycle lamps, seems to bave a great future before it, for the "Electrical World" says that as a competitor in the ...

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  48. VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT.

    Mr. Want, Q.C, and Mr. James, instructed by Messrs. Richardson and Thompson, appeared for claimant; and Dr. Sly and Mr. Ralston, instructed by Messrs. Stephen, Jaques, and Stephen, for the ...

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  49. THE GLEBE ISLAND BRIDGE.

    Sir,—Seems that the very old bridge at Glehe Island has refused duty, I think the great injustice to the travelling public is a matter that should engage the attention of both the Government Department and councils of the ...

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  50. FAREWELL TO A LADY MISSIONARY.

    Miss Mary Thompson, who is abont to leave this colony to take np mission work in India, was accorded a farewell meeting on Tuesday evening in the Tabernacle, Enmore. The gathering was a large ...

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