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  2. MR. SELOUS ON THE TRANSVAAL.

    Mr. F. C. Solous, with his wife, arrived in London in the middle of November from South Africa ooking in the best of health. In an interview with Reuter's representative Mr. Selons said: ...

    Article : 1,215 words
  3. STOCKTON COLLIERY DISASTER. CONTINUATION OF THE INQUEST.

    The inquest into the cause of the late colliery disaster at Stockton was continued to day before the coroner, Mr. Martin. EVIDENCE OF INSPECTOR HUMBLE. ...

    Article : 911 words
  4. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURF.

    The regular monthly meeting of the A. J. C. committee was held yesterday, and the following business was transacted:—A trainer's0 license was granted to Henry W. Campbell; disqualifications ...

    Article : 1,135 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS. "LUCIFER " AT HER MAJESTY'S.

    "Lucifer," who is appearing nightly in the pantomime of Sinbad the Sailor, gave an exhibition of his extraordinary muscular powers yesterday afternoon to a elect audience consisting of medical ...

    Article : 235 words
  6. BILLIARDS.

    The following heats in the above tournament were played last night:J. Burton (receives 95) bent G. Fuller (receives 50) by 14. T. Stain (owes 40) beat R. R. Jones (scratch) by 74. The games for ...

    Article : 62 words
  7. PRECAUTIONS IN THE MINE.

    On the same day after coming out of the mine Mr. Dixon and witness attended a meeting of colliery managers, most of whom had been down the mine that morning. The meeting decided to ...

    Article : 804 words
  8. THE DEPRAVED POULTRY.

    A mysterious but deeply-rooted instinct makes all men [?]ous to know how the lower animals will compart themelves in unfamiliar circumstance. This was recognised by a master of the human heart ...

    Article : 927 words
  9. TIRRANNA PICNIC RACE CLUB.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 316 words
  10. THE CRITERION.

    To-night will see the last performance of "Nancy and Co." at this theatre. To-morrow evening "A Woman of No Importance" will be staged with a powerful cast. ...

    Article : 34 words
  11. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    The retiring aldermen for Darlington are Messrs. Neil Livingstone, who has been six years in the council; James H. Beale, who has been 20 years in the council; and William Crispin, who has been 12 ...

    Article : 121 words
  12. CRICKET.

    The thirteenth contest for supremacy at cricket between the colonies of New South Wales and South Australia commences at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Moore Park, to-day, and will be continued ...

    Article : 652 words
  13. THE MOTIVE POWER OF THE FUTURE.

    The New York correspondent of the London Daily Telegraph writing on the 23rd November says:—I had a conversation with Mr. Edison this morning regarding the probable future developments of ...

    Article : 1,183 words
  14. LABOUR MEMBERS AT COOTAMUNDRA.

    Messrs. M'Gowen and Cu[?], Ms.L.A., addressed about 150 of the electors in the Assembly Hill tonight the Mayor (Alderman Matthews) presiding The members justified the existence of the labour ...

    Article : 330 words
  15. THE VENTILATION OF THE MINE.

    By Mr. Wilshire: He meant that a current of fresh air coming in contact with a gob fire would feed it, and therefore more gas would be generated. To go in then against a current of air when fire ...

    Article : 744 words
  16. AFTER THE SECOND DISASTER[?]

    Before descending the shaft they saw the manager Mr. D. M'Auliffe who seemed very much upset and affected by the occurrence and by gas he had inhaled in No. 3 district whilst attempting to rescue ...

    Article : 891 words
  17. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    Arrival: P[?]te, scow, at Gisborne, from Newcastle (For Continuation of Shipping see Page 6.) SHIPPING REPORTS. (Continued from page 4.) ...

    Article : 545 words
  18. THE FASHION IN JEWELS.

    Jewels, it is well known, have a language of their own as intelligible to the initiated as that of flowers, though for obvious reasons (remarks the London Daily Telegraph) they are not so often made use of ...

    Article : 1,097 words
  19. NARRABRI JOCKEY CLUB.

    The Narrabri Jockey Club has postponed the races from 4th and 11th February in consequence of those dates clashing with the Armidale races. ...

    Article : 32 words
  20. THE UNRULY CHILDREN.

    There are 24,000 children in the Reformatory and Industrial schools of this country (says the Daily News of 20th November). Mr. Asquith, among his numerous good deeds of administration, set a-going ...

    Article : 1,431 words
  21. THE MORNING GALLOPS.

    Pleasant weather was experienced by the early users at Randwick yesterday, and the course proper wah open. Carevie commenced operations by getting over six furlongs on the tan in 1 minute 18 ...

    Article : 432 words
  22. BOWLS.

    To-morrow afternoon the interclub programme of matches will be resumed. Glebe will play City at Wentworth Park; Brighton meets St. Leonards at Lady Robinson's Beach; Randwick and Strathfield ...

    Article : 316 words
  23. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The French mail steamer Polynesien will on arrival [?] berthed at Circular Quay to-day. ...

    Article : 17 words
  24. H.M.S. WALLAROO.

    A report received from the Wallaroo at Picton, New Zealand, gives particulars of the Christmas holiday festivities. The ship was to leave Picton for Wellington on the 3rd January, stay a few days, and then come on to ...

    Article : 42 words
  25. MINISTERS ON TOUR.

    Mr. J. H. Young and Mr. J. Cook addressed a large political meeting in the School of Arts last night and met with a most cordial reception. The Mayor presided. The Postmaster-General spoke ...

    Article : 203 words
  26. THE P. AND O. COMPANY'S CHINA.

    The new steamer China is announced to call at Hobart on her voyage from Sydney, willing hence 13th February. ...

    Article : 24 words
  27. THE NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA.

    Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co., Limited, have received advise of the departure from Thursday Island of the Si[?]fried (s.) at daylight on Thursday morning. This steamer is under charter to the Nippon Yusen Kaishs. ...

    Article : 40 words
  28. LILLIE BRIDGE RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 279 words
  29. STEAMERS FOR HOBART.

    The P. and O. Company advise us that the first of their steamers to call at Hobart wil be the China, leaving here on the 13th February. In answer to the numerous inquiries as to who the vessels do not visit Hobart earlier in ...

    Article : 75 words
  30. SYDNEY UNIVERSITY.

    Sir,—Your correspondent, Mr. H. E. Fulton, in replying to my letter of 2nd instant, says that the "final examination is by no means the only test of our graduates' attainments." and then draws ...

    Article : 366 words
  31. ARRIVAL OF THE OVALAU.

    The Ovalau, Captain G. Crawshaw, from Auckland, via Friendly, Navigator, Fiji, and Norfold islands, left Auckland 1[?]th December 6 p.m., called at Russell and Op[?]n for coat, was despatched for T[?]gs ...

    Article : 399 words
  32. THE ATMOSPHERE OF THE MINE.

    On the following day, Saturday, on reaching the Stockton Colliery, Witness and Mr. Dixon found Mr. Jonathan Dixon, of Greta, in charge of it. Under his leadership the Minister for Mines, Professor ...

    Article : 486 words
  33. CYCLING.

    The prizes won at the Cyclist Union meetings on 12th and 19th December will be presented to the winners at the Amat[?]ur Sports Club this evening. ...

    Article : 28 words
  34. PHTHISIS IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    At at meeting of the Hospital Board held this afternoon, an important letter was received from Dr. Sawkins, medical superintendent of the Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney. It was addressed to the ...

    Article : 307 words
  35. AQUATICS.

    A general meeting of this club was held on Tuesday evening at Jaco[?]son's Hotel, Mr. F. J. Donovan (commodore) presiding, and there being a good attendance. The hon. treasurer (Mr. Walter ...

    Article : 166 words
  36. KENSINGTON PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 691 words
  37. ANNIVERSARY REGATTA.

    A meeting of the Anniversary Regatta Committee was held last night in Aaron's Exchange Hotel. The chair was occupied by Dr. Burne. Mr. J. R. King, the hon. treasurer, resigned his ...

    Article : 176 words
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    Advertising : 29 words
  39. Advertising

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    Advertising : 9 words
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