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  2. FEDERAL MOVEMENT. INTERVIEW WITH THE PREMIER.

    The Premier returned from Melbourne by the midday train on Saturday. As the result of his holiday he is greatly improved in health, and ready to enter into the federal campaign with a zest and ...

    Article : 2,138 words
  3. AQUATICS. ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON.

    The tenth race, under the auspices of the Royal Sydney Yatch Squadron, for Colonel Gascoigne's challenge cup, valued at £50, was sailed on Saturday, the squadron adding £10 and £5 as first and second ...

    Article : 1,164 words
  4. COUNTRY NEWS. LADY BRASSEY AT KATOOMBA.

    Lady Brassey, with the Honorable Miss Brassey and Lord Richard Neville, arrived at Katoomba yesterday, and proceeded to the Carrington Hotel, where apartments had been reserved for them. ...

    Article : 96 words
  5. SECOND EDITION. HEAVY RAINS IN ADELAIDE.

    After a long spell of heat, very heavy rains fell this afternoon. Some suburbs, such as Goodwood, Mitcham, Kenttown, and Marryatville are inundated. In many cases furniture has been ...

    Article : 373 words
  6. MOUNTAIN MURDERS.

    Butler has been arraigned at San Francisco on a charge of having murdered Preston. The hearing of this charge will be proceeded with on Monday. ...

    Article : 214 words
  7. SPECIAL CABLES. FROM THE HERALD'S LONDON CORRESPONDENTS. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. THE REBELLION IN CRETE.

    Desperate fighting has occured between the Christians and the Mohammedans in Crete. Four thousand Christians are marching upon Canea, the capital of the ...

    Article : 199 words
  8. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    Butler has been arraigned at San Francisco on a charge of having murdered Mr. Preston, and the hearing will be proceeded with to-day. During the extradition proceedings in ...

    Article : 8,537 words
  9. THE WAGGA EXPERIMENTAL FARM.

    Mr. Sydney Smith paid a private visit of inspection to the experimental farm on Friday. He arrived by the morning mail, and got off at Bomen, leaving the same evening without coming to town. ...

    Article : 94 words
  10. SYDNEY DINGY SAILING CLUB.

    This club had a 14ft, handicap fixed for Saturday over the usual Shark Island course, for prizes of £3 and £1 respectively, for which the following were starters:—Wanda (E. Doran), scratch; Hero (C. ...

    Article : 263 words
  11. THE SOUTHERN COAL TRADE.

    The steamer Currajong loaded at Port Bellambi for Sydney to-day. Work at the various collieries for the past fortnight has been unusually brisk, all the mines having full time in for the coming pay. ...

    Article : 101 words
  12. HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

    The annual meeting of the Hawkesbury Benevolent Society was held yesterday at the institution. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year:—President, the Hon. W. Walker, M.L.C.; ...

    Article : 233 words
  13. SYDNEY CANOE SQUADRON.

    A handicap for canoes of this club was sailed on Saturday over a course from Farm Cove round Shark Island, and back to starting-line, in which the following competed:—Viking, scratch; Paluma and ...

    Article : 137 words
  14. THE RINDERPEST.

    Professor Koch, the well-known bacteriologist, who has been conducting experiments at Cape Colony in connection with the rinderpest, has discovered a process by ...

    Article : 61 words
  15. THE GREEK FLEET AT CRETE.

    The flotllia of six torpedo boats which was despatched from Athens on the 10th instant to prevent the landing of Turkish troops at Crete, has arrived at Canea. ...

    Article : 72 words
  16. SPREAD OF THE TICK PLAGUE.

    A gentleman who recently arrived in Sydney from Queensland was seen by a representative of the Herald on Saturday in reference to the danger of the ticks spreading southwards. He pointed out that among ...

    Article : 590 words
  17. TASMANIA.

    Viscount Hampden and party arrived at Launceston from their north-west tour on Saturday, and will remain there until Wednesday. They will then come to Hobart. ...

    Article : 148 words
  18. QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The Quarter Sessions concluded to-day before Acting-Judge Merewether. Mr. Lamb prosecuted for the Crown. John Frederick Darling, charged with an offence at Balranald, was found guilty of ...

    Article : 91 words
  19. VICTORIA. THE PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD.

    The Public Service Board having inquired into the charges preferred against Herbert Quarry, electrical foreman in the post and telegraph department, report that the charges are not ...

    Article : 44 words
  20. THE COLONIES AND IMPERIAL DEFENCE.

    The Duke of Devonshire, Lord President of the Council, has disavowed the criticisms on the speech which he delivered on 3rd December at the meeting of the British ...

    Article : 315 words
  21. PHYLLOXERA QUESTION.

    Mr. Gill, whose vineyard was uprooted and destroyed last fruit season, states that his vineyard was never more prolific or in better condition during his three years' occupancy. This statement has created ...

    Article : 118 words
  22. THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL.

    Mr. Duffy, Postmaster-General, returned to Melbourne to-day by the Mararoa from New Zealand. ...

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  23. NEW ZEALAND.

    The small steamer Neptune, trading from Wellington to Blenheim, was wrecked when crossing the bar at the latter place. All on board were saved. ...

    Article : 94 words
  24. DEATH UNDER CHLOROFORM.

    An inquest was held yesterday on the body of Mrs. Mary O'Callaghan, aged 28, who died in the hospital on Friday night while on the operating-table. The jury found that death was due to ...

    Article : 45 words
  25. THE CARINDA BORE.

    The bore was tapped to the extent of 10,000 gallons vesterday, and the flow was increased this morning. It is good tasting, tepid water. It was struck at a depth of 1290ft. yesterday. ...

    Article : 954 words
  26. A SINGULAR DEATH.

    A singular death is reported from Ballarat. The infant son of Richard Harvey, aged 15 months, was playing with a door, when the child's loose neckband caught on the nob of the door, and in ...

    Article : 46 words
  27. MANUFACTURE OF STEEL RAILS.

    A new development has taken place in connection with the offer made by the Government to accept a tender for the local manufacture of 150,000 tons of steel rails and fastenings, provided the price comes ...

    Article : 1,077 words
  28. A BOY DROWNED.

    A boy named Ernest Forguson, aged 7, son of a lighterman, while playing on the wharf yesterday, fell into the river and was drowned. ...

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  29. MELBOURNE CLEARING-HOUSE RETURNS.

    The Melbourne Clearing-house returns for the week ended the 8th instant were £3,105,781, showing an increase of £426,845 as compared with the corresponding week of last year. The total ...

    Article : 56 words
  30. SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB.

    Although the entries in the open race sailed under this club's auspices on Saturday last were large, and comprised the cream of the centreboard class, and also that the weather was perfect for sailing, still the ...

    Article : 1,109 words
  31. THE MOUNTED RIFLEMEN FOR ENGLAND.

    About 8 o'clock on Saturday morning Captain Onslow rode out of Liverpool at the head of the team of Mounted Riflemen that is to leave for England on the 17th instant. The detachment bad ...

    Article : 776 words
  32. VALUE OF IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

    The Custom-house statement for the month of January shows that the imports were valued at £1,047,853, and the exports at £2,191,564. In January last year the figures were—imports, ...

    Article : 426 words
  33. THE UNITED KINGDOM.

    Mr. A. J. Balfour, First Lord of the Treasury, announced in the House of Commons this evening that the Royal Commission to be appointed to inquire into ...

    Article : 118 words
  34. ILLNESS OF DR. STEINITZ.

    Dr. Steinitz, ex-chess champion of the world, is seriously ill. He broke down after his return match with Herr Lasker, the world's chess champion, who defeated ...

    Article : 45 words
  35. QUEENSLAND.

    The Brisbane Industrial Co-operative Society, Limited, with a capital of £10,000 has been registered. ...

    Article : 16 words
  36. THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LAND COMPANY.

    The unsubscribed balance of £1,100,000 worth of 3 per cent. Government stock offered in London by the Western Australian Land Company, has been taken up ...

    Article : 39 words
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  38. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    At a meeting of gentlemen interested in science, held last night, it was decided that it is desirable to establish a Royal Society with the object of scientific research and the investigation of the ...

    Article : 134 words
  39. LONDON AND AUSTRALASIAN DEBENTURE CORPORATION.

    The annual report of the directors of the London and Australasian Debenture Corporation, Limited, shows that the past year's transactions resulted in a profit of ...

    Article : 53 words
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