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  4. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

    In the Stock and Share market the amount of business passing, to-day was not large. The market, nevertheless, rotainod a fair amount of buoyancy. New South Wales Funded Stock was ...

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  5. EXPORT MARKET.

    Wool Receipts—At Darling Harbour to-day 61 bales of wool were manifested to arrive. ...

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  6. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Hour is quoted to-day at £14 per ton. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. The following sales are reported:—Commercial Assets Trust, 16s Commercial Bank preference ...

    Article : 290 words
  7. PROTESTANT ALLIANCE.

    The twenty-fifth annual session of the Grand Council of the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Australasia was opened at 10 a m. yesterday at the Protestant Hall,.There were 78 delegates from ...

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  8. LECTURE BY MRS. BEVAN.

    Mrs.Bevan, of Melbourne, last night delivered an interesting lecture at the Ashfield Hall, entitled " Whither the Tribes go up, or a Pilrnmage to Jerusalem " Dr.Bevan presided.There was an ...

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  9. MELBOURNE FAT STOCK MARKET.

    In the fat sheep market 16, 569 were yarded. Only a moderate proportion connisted of good and prime qualities, and for such the demand was fairly active, with a slight tendency to improvement, white middling and ...

    Article : 176 words
  10. LAWN TENNIS.

    The open tourunmeut hold by the Sydney Club was commenced yesterday morning under what appeared to be better auspices, but the respite was quite too brief.In the morning the sky was ...

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  11. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    Less business was transacted in the Mining market yesterday, and there were as sales recorded at the afternoon meeting nevertheless there was a better tone in gold stocks Coal and copper shares were ...

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  12. PRODUCE INWARDS.

    The Mararoa, for Sydney, took 504 boxes butter, 205 sacks oysters, 38 esses cheese, and 165 casks tallow. ...

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  13. IMPORT MARKET.

    Quietness prevailed to-day in the import morket the outgoing mails absorbing a good deal of attention. Changes in prices were few and far between. Unsettlement was the chief characteristic of the ...

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  14. PRODUCE MARKETS.—Tuesday.

    A slightly better all-around demand was experienced for most lines of produce to-day. The principal movements in prices were confined to a fall in bran and pollard and a rise in potatoes.The inquiry for ...

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  16. AGRICULTURAL SHOWS.

    The Gunnedah show commenced to-day in line, cold weather. The society held its last show in 1895 and made another fairly auspicious beginning this year. The district is getting more settled, and there ...

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  17. ST. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION.

    The monthly meeting of the executive committee of the above was held at the office, 12 Imperial Arcade, on the 6th instant. It was resolved that the following gentlemen be appointed lecturers under ...

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  18. MUDGEE SHOW.

    Fine but cold weather greeted first day's show. The attendance was fairly large. Entries were not so numerous as last year, but the quality of horses and sheep was excellent.There were very good ...

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  19. PERILS OF THE SEA.

    Sir,—There are some passages in your leading article of this morning which have revvived old ideas—crude and imperfect, doubtless-which the annual death-roll by Aleck on our long and very ...

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  21. I STOCK AND STATION PRODUCE. The Sydney Wool-selling Brokers's Association [?]

    The Sydney Wool-selling Brokers' Association (Anstralasian Mortgage and Agonoy Company, Limited, John Bridge and Co, Limited, Dalgety and Co, Limited, Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Limited, Harrison, Jones, ...

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  22. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The Maitland Civilian Bille Club held their fifth competition on Saturday. The scores were:- W. H, Bolt, 600 yards 25, 600 yards 10, handicap 16, total 60; R. Kendall, 25, 29, 5-59, H.Smythe, 26, 15, 15 ...

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