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  2. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

    The fifty-eighth annual general meeting of the P. and O. Company was hald on December 0 at Leadenhall-street. Sir Thomas Sutherland, M.P., presided, and in ...

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  3. ENGLISH MAIL NEWS.

    A largely-attended meeting was held in Birmingham on December l2 to protest against the system of foreign sugar bounties. Mr. Neville Lubbock said that engineers were losing £1,000,000 a quarter ...

    Article : 1,869 words
  4. MARRICKVILLE COTTAGE HOSPITAL.

    The third annual meeting of contributors to the above was held in the Town Hall, Marrickville, on Wednesday night. The president (Mr. F. E. M'Lean, M.L.A.) presided, and amongst others ...

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  5. THE TASMANIAN FRUIT INDUSTRY.

    The fruit crop of Tasmania, in which Sydney is so largely interested, has been damaged to some extent by windy and hot weather, the apple trees more particularly having suffered in consequence. In ...

    Article : 1,352 words
  6. OUR YORKSHIRE WOOL LETTER.

    Good Call for Merinos—All Trades Eager Buyers— Magniflcent Effect Produced by Australian Wool Sales—Bradford Market Slightly Improved—Fine Tops Advance—America Ships Back Australian ...

    Article : 2,197 words
  7. LI HUNG CHANG'S FURS.

    Li Hung Chang is believed to be the richest man in the world. This belief certainly gains credit from a glimpse at one portion of his invested capital which has recently made its ...

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  8. AUSTRALIAN AND IMPERIAL TOPICS.

    Sir William Hurcourt's resignation of the leadership of the Liberal party in the House of Commons—which at the time I write is regarded as absolute—has naturally overshadowed ...

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  9. THE FIGHTING IN THE TRANSVAAL. ALLEGED BUTCHERY BY BOERS.

    A cable message published in Wednesday's issue of the " Herald " stated that " a censorship over telegraphic messages had been established at Johannesburg. " The object of this will doubtless be seen ...

    Article : 294 words
  10. TRANSVAAL BRIBERY IN EUROPE.

    In view of the rather startling annnouncement made by the London " Times " that the Transvaal has distributed £740,000 in bribery in Europe to prevent the lease by Portugal of Delagoa Bay to ...

    Article : 728 words
  11. INDUSTRIAL BLIND INSTITUTION.

    The monthly meeting of the committee of this institution was held in the boardroom on Tuesday last. Accounts for payment amounting to £78 13s 3d were passed. The auditors' report for December was ...

    Article : 375 words
  12. DAWES POINT IMPROVEMENTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—Under this heading Mr. W. J. Spruson has written to you, and whilst appreciating his most laudable desire to keep himself well before his constituents as well as safeguarding their privileges, ...

    Article : 425 words
  13. A NEW VOLUNTEER REGIMENT.

    Proposals to establish a new volunteer force, to be called the 8th Regiment, were laid before the Premier yesterday by a deputation, introduced by Mr. Carruthers, Minister for Lands, which ...

    Article : 312 words
  14. OUR MILITARY ORGANlSATION.

    Sir,—In this day's issue a " Volunteer Rifleman " replies to my letter under above heading which appeared in the " Herald," January 11. With some of my statements "V. R." seems to agree-even that ...

    Article : 694 words
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  16. NEVERTIRE TO WARREN RAILWAY.

    Sir,—A report upon this railway, recently completed, appears in your issue of the 17th instant. By this report tho public are informed that the work was constructed for a sum of £1661 below the ...

    Article : 508 words
  17. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—The letter of Mr. W.J. Spruson seems to bear out the fact that has often been expressed lately, namely, the taking away from the people the public places of recreation. There is not the smallest ...

    Article : 377 words
  18. THE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL.

    The monthly meeting of the board of this institution was held on January l8 at the Equitable-building, George-street. The undermentioned directors were present, viz.:—His Honor Judge Backhouse, ...

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