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  2. THE MARINE ENGINEERS' DIFFICULTY. DISCOURAGING OUTLOOK.

    Yesterday morning the Shipowners' Association found themselves face to face with the position that the truce agreed upon between them and the Engineers' Institution had been disturbed by the view ...

    Article : 1,793 words
  3. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    Yesterday morning the Steamship Owners' Association was brought face to face with another difficulty, the truce agreed upon between it and the Engineers' Association having been ...

    Article : 7,666 words
  4. NEW ZEALAND.

    The New Zealand Insurance Company's revenue last year is its record revenue, reaching about £303,000. After paying the usual dividend, over £14,000 was carried forward to next year. ...

    Article : 78 words
  5. QUEENSLAND. DEATH FROM THIRST.

    Constable Connelly, of Mackinlay has wired to Inspector Graham, stationed at Normanton, to the effect that John Forbes, a drover in charge of sheep travelling between Flinders River and ...

    Article : 231 words
  6. VICTORIA. INSOLVENCY COURT RETURNS.

    A return respecting the business done in the Insolvency Court during last year, prepared by the clerks in the Insolvency Court, shows that 324 estates were sequestrated, an against 308 in ...

    Article : 178 words
  7. HURRICANE AT PORT DARWIN[?]

    The Postmaster-General (Sir Charles Todd) notifies that the overland telegraph line is interrupted by a severe hurricane. The following reports have been received from Mr. Little, post ...

    Article : 272 words
  8. THE BIRKSGATE.

    All anxiety centred in the A.U.S.N. Company's Birksgate. Would she be stuck up? If so, then the whole of the steamers of that line would probably be affected. On inquiry it was found that she got ...

    Article : 52 words
  9. AT HUDDART, PARKER'S OFFICE.

    Mr. A. Kendall, the Sydney manager, when seen by a Herald reporter, was in the thick of a crowd of would[?]be passengers by his steamers the Anglian, for New Zealand, and the Burrumbeet, for ...

    Article : 163 words
  10. SAVINGS BANK LOANS.

    A meeting of the Savings Bank Commissioners was held to-day for the purpose of making arrangements for granting mortgage loans under the Credit Foncier system as provided for in the ...

    Article : 332 words
  11. CASE OF SUICIDE.

    A commercial traveller named O. F. Christensen committed suicide at the Transcontinental Hotel. He was found hanging by a rope attached to pegs in the bathroom. The body was cut ...

    Article : 49 words
  12. ROUND THE WHARFS.

    In consequence of yesterday's developments, a Herald representative last night made a round of inspection of those wharfs more immediately affected by the difficulty. At the Adelaide Company's wharf ...

    Article : 551 words
  13. SPECIAL WEATHER FORECAST.

    A special forecast was issued at 9 o'clock tonight as follows:—"Our special 8 o'clock readings, taken at the various observing stations, show the existence of a tropical depression off our coast. ...

    Article : 277 words
  14. COUNTRY NEWS. EXPORT OF HARES.

    Yesterday afternoon Mr. A. Bruce, Chief Inspector of Stock, met the Local Stock and Pastures Board, Mr. M'Phillamy being in the chair, to confer on the question of the establishment of an export of ...

    Article : 114 words
  15. MR. REID'S MOVEMENTS.

    The New South Wales Premier (Mr. G. H. Reid) is still staying at Lorne, a seaside place, with his wife and children. He says he is holidaymaking, and cannot discuss any public matters. ...

    Article : 208 words
  16. THE DAPTO SHOW.

    The show was formally opened by the Hon. A.J. [?]ould (Minister for Justice) to-day. Mr. Archi[?] Campbell, M.L.A., in introducing the Minister, said that this was the oldest agricultural society, and had ...

    Article : 1,142 words
  17. EXCESSIVE LAND VALUATIONS.

    A meeting of farmers of the Maitland district was held at Larg[?] this afternoon to consider what is regarded as the excessive valuations made upon land under the Land and Income Tax. Mr. J. ...

    Article : 131 words
  18. THE FEDERAL COUNCIL.

    Mr. Byrnes leaves by the mail train in the morning to attend the Federal Council. He takes with him several bills for presentation. The bills are those foreshadowed in the Federal ...

    Article : 401 words
  19. INTERVIEW WITH MR. T. D. HAY.

    Yesterday Mr. T. D. Hay, general secretary of the Engineers' Institution, was interviewed by a member of our staff. He said in answer to a question: "It is true that we have been informed the ...

    Article : 663 words
  20. COMMANDANT BOOTH AT BATHURST.

    Commandant H. H. Booth, accompanied by Colonels Estell and Kilbey and other prominent members of the Salvation Army, arrived to-day. They were met at the station by the local army, ...

    Article : 73 words
  21. ATTITUDE OF THE SHIPOWNERS.

    Considerable anxicty is felt here as to the result of further negotiations between the parties to the maritime difficulty. The secretary of the Melbourne branch of the Engineers' Institution, Mr. J. M. ...

    Article : 703 words
  22. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A voluminous return has been prepared by the Collector of Customs to be forwarded to Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies, in response to a special request ...

    Article : 195 words
  23. THE ARULUEN TAIL-RACE.

    Much disappointment ia expressed at the unfavourable report of the Government engineer regarding the proposed tail-race, which he estimates to cost £17,000. The estimate is considered ...

    Article : 39 words
  24. THE FATAL FIRE AT MUDGEE.

    The inquest on the victims of the recent fire was concluded to-day with an examination of Mrs. Gurton and her son Willie, and the re-examination of the witness Cassimir. The evidence pointed ...

    Article : 118 words
  25. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.

    A sensation was created in the vicinity of the bridge this morning owing to a man named Alec Kennedy, a comparative stranger to the town, jumping head first off the bridge into the River ...

    Article : 156 words
  26. THE STRANDING OF THE RUAPEHU.

    A nautical inquiry into the grounding of the Ruap[?] began at Wellington to-day, before the stipendiary magistrate and Captains Allman and Marcial, assessors. ...

    Article : 318 words
  27. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. MURDER AT KIMBERLEY.

    At Cygnet Bay, Kimberley, on Boxing Day, a number of Manila men and Malays quarrelled. The Manilas attacked a Malay, inflicted six knife wounds, and drove a crow bar through his ...

    Article : 52 words
  28. COROWA LAND BOARD.

    The land board, consisting of Mr. F. W. Watt (chairman), Mr. Arthur H. Bray, and Mr. F. C. Piggin, has been sitting at the couthouse daily since Tuesday. The cases were unimportant till to-day, ...

    Article : 2,368 words
  29. STRIKE OF LUMPERS.

    The lumpers struck work this morning at the railway station because they received 15d per hour from Wilkie Brothers and only is from the Government. The difficulty was settled by an ...

    Article : 256 words
  30. STATEMENT BY MR. PARK.

    Mr. R. P. Park, president of the Melbourne district of the Engineers' Institution stated last night that he thought it was lamentable that so small a matter as the reinstatement of a small number ...

    Article : 174 words
  31. STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT.

    Mr. J. F. Furniss, president of the Engineers' Institution, stated in the course of an interview last night that he considered it most unreasonable on the part of the Steamship Owners' Association to expect ...

    Article : 97 words
  32. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The following are the latest stock passings:— 3760 fat wethers, from Dobeki[?] to Aberdeen, Aberdeen Company owners; 500 fat wethers, from Come-by-Chance to Homebush, A. Colless owner; ...

    Article : 60 words
  33. THE POSITION UNCHANGED.

    There is very little new to report in connection with the engineers' trouble so far as Port Adelalde is concerned. The greatest amount of interest centres around the movements of the vessels of the Adelaide ...

    Article : 174 words
  34. REBELLION IN THE PHILIPPINES.

    The steamer Seigfried, from Hongkong, chartered by the Nippon Yusen Kaisha Steamship Company, arrived yesterday and sailed south this morning. Late Eastern files give a review of the ...

    Article : 163 words
  35. INTERVIEW WITH THE ADELAIDE COMPANY'S MANAGER.

    A Herald reporter called to see the manager of the Adelaide Company yesterday, and in the absence of Mr. Yuill saw Mr. Prosser. "Do you think there will be a general strike? " ...

    Article : 469 words
  36. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 216 words
  37. TASMANIA.

    Sir Philip Fysh, the Treasurer, is a candidate for re-election for Hobart. He addressed the electors last evening and spoke in favour of the Hare system of voting which ...

    Article : 105 words
  38. ACTIONS OF THE ENGINEERS.

    The executive officers of the Engineers' Institution yesterday held meetings and consultations in regard to the pesition and issued instructions to some of the men engaged on certain boats as to the course they ...

    Article : 1,002 words
  39. A MAN FOUND DROWNED IN MIDDLE HARBOUR.

    Last night the circumstances surrounding the sudden disappearance of a man from Echo Farm on the 5th instant were cleared up by the finding of his body in Middle Harbour. ...

    Article : 123 words
  40. A PECULIAR ASSAULT IN THE DOMAIN.

    A man named James Glyan was admitted to the Sydney Hospital last night suffering from a burst eye-ball. He stated that whilst in the Domain he was struck with a piece of blue ...

    Article : 52 words
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