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  2. THE LATE REV. C. F. GARNSEY.

    The pulpit of Christ Church, of which the late Rev. C. F. Garnsey was incumbent, was yesterday morning occupied by Dean Cowper, who preached to a large congregation. The Dean chose as his text ...

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  3. SHIPPING CASULATIES.

    The schooner Gleaner, from Newcastle, while entering the river at Gisborne went on the rocks. She was considerably damaged, and will have to go to Auckland for repairs. ...

    Article : 62 words
  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Railway Commissioners passed through here this morning [?]n route to Forbes, whence they intend to make an inspection of the route of the proposed extension from Forbes to ...

    Article : 93 words
  5. VICTORIA.

    Ministors are being urged to abandon their intention to appoint a railway board composed of commercial men to inquire into the working of the railways Originally it was intended that a ...

    Article : 105 words
  6. DEATH OF M. DE LESSEPS.

    The death is announced of M. Ferdinand de Lesseps, the famous French engineer, and the originator of the Panama Canal scheme, aged 89. ...

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  7. SPECIAL CABLES.

    General Gourko, Governor-General of Warsaw, has resigned in consequence of his not approving of the policy of the Czar Nicholas [?] who had ordered him ...

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  8. SPECIAL CABLES.

    The Japanese first and second armies, after effecting a junction, will march upon Kinchow, avoiding Moukd[?]n, the capital of Manchuria. ...

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  9. OPENING OF A CATHOLIC SCHOOL AT LEICHHARDT.

    Yesterday afternoon, in the presence of a large number of persons, Cardinal Moran formally opened the new schoolroom connected with St. Fiacre's Church, Leichhardt. The pariah priest, the Rev. J. ...

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  10. DEPARTURE OF THE ORIZABA.

    The R.M.S Orizaba sailed yesterday for London with the largest amount of specie which has left the colony for some considerable time past, the value of her gold consignments being ...

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  11. THE CONVICTED SHEARERS.

    To-day Messrs. Hughes, Sleath, and Brown, Ms. L.A., visited Forbes Ga[?]l and interviewed the men who were recently convicted of intimidation during the shearing dispute. They saw the 10 ...

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  12. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION.

    An election for the Brigg Division of Lancashire in the House of Commons, to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Mr. Samuel Danks Waddy, Q.C. ...

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  13. PENNANT CRICKET MATCHES.

    The pennant cricket matches yesterday were favoured with splendid weather, and play was marked by some tall scoring. The match Melbourne v. South Melbourne was won by the ...

    Article : 266 words
  14. ARMENIAN ATROCITIES.

    It is understood that an American commissioner will act with the representatives of Turkey and Great Britain on the commission of inquiry into the recent alleged ...

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  15. A HOUSE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.

    Miss Wood's house, Rossmoyne, was struck by lightning last night at about 9 o'clock during an exceptionally vi[?]lent downpour of rain. The top of the chimney was struck and shattered, and ...

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  16. THE SOUTHERN COAL TRADE.

    The Southern coal trade commanded a fairly brisk business during last month, the shipments from Coal Cliff to Port Kembla being 54,000 tons. So far during the present month, however, very ...

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  17. THE NEW ATLANTIC SERVICE.

    The question as to the proposal to grant an Imperial subsidy to the new Atlantic steam service between Canada and England, promoted by Mr. James ...

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  18. SUDDEN DEATH OF A CONSTABLE.

    Senior-constable Alexander Kennedy, who had been stationed at West Maitland for an extended period, died suddenly this morning. CLIFTON, SATURDAY. ...

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  19. COLONIAL GOVERNMENT STOCKS.

    Colonial Government stocks generally have declined 1 per cent. ...

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  20. THE VICTORIAN AGENCYGENERAL.

    Sir Androw Clarke, who formerly acted as Agent-General for Victoria, states that [?] the event of the retirement of Mr. Duncan Gillies he would be willing to act ...

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  21. THE LABOUR PROBLEM IN AMERICA.

    Sir Henry Wrixon, who was one of the Victorian delegates to the Federal Conference at Ottawa, has returned to London from his mission to America. ...

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  22. THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS IN QUEENSLAND.

    The international cricket match between the English Eleven and Queensland was resumed yesterday at noon. The weather was beautifully fine, the wicket was in splendid order, and the ...

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  23. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    It is understood that if the proposal made in the Legislative Assembly last week for the reduct[?]on of the salary of the Agent-General be carried, it will involve the resignation of Mr. Duncan ...

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  24. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS.

    What promises to be a highly successful fair, to augment the funds of the Independent Order of Good Templars, was opened on Saturday at the Oddfellows' Temple, Elizabeth-street. ...

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  25. A SYDNEY MEDICAL STUDENT.

    Mr. Arthur Murray Sheppard, of Sydney, has passed his examination for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Sur[?]eons. ...

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  26. FORGED AMERICAN BONDS.

    It has been discovered that a huge issue of forged American bonds has taken place in the United Kingdom. Thirty thousand pounds worth of the forged ...

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  27. BRITISH TRADE.

    According to the Board of Trade returns, the imports into Great Britain during the past month show a decrease in value of £560,000, and the exports an increase of ...

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  28. AUSTRALIAN ESTATES MORTGAGE COMPANY.

    The prospectus of the australian Estates Mortgage Company will be issued to-morrow. Of theo capital (£2,700,000), £1,200,000 will be offered in 4½ per cent. ...

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  29. BLACKMAILING SCANDALS IN PARIS.

    Fifteen Anarchist thieves have been arrested in Paris in connection with the great newspaper blackmailing scandals in that city. ...

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  30. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A sad boating fatality occurred at Glenelg yesterday afternoon. A lad named Summers, aged l8, accompanied by a boy named Robert Sadlier, aged 12, went for a sail in a cano[?] ...

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  31. THE BARQUE EARL OF ZETLAND.

    The barque Earl of Zetland, which went ashore at Romney, on the coast of Kent, while on the voyage from London to Melbourne, has been floated off, and has ...

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  32. LECTURES.

    Mrs. Harris delivered the first of a series of lectures in the hall of the Stewards of Truth last night on "Evolution and Incarnation." She briefly traced the progress of man from the time he dwelt ...

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  33. A NEW MINING COMPANY.

    The Gold Estates Company of Australia, with n capital of £100,000, has been registered. ...

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  34. THE AUSTRALIAN TIMBER TRADE.

    Mr. Gavin Scott has had an interview with the managers of the chief railway companies and corporations, and, as the result of his inquiries, he considers that ...

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  35. MELBOURNE BICYCLE CLUB MEETING.

    The second day of the race meeting of the Melbourne Bicycle Club demonstrated still more than on the previous Saturday the immense popularity of cycling. On the first day the attendance was ...

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  36. SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    Before a good audience at the School of Arts on Saturday evening, Mr. David Ritchie delivered an interesting lecture illustrated by about 40 lantern views, entitled "Across the American Continent." ...

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  37. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

    In addition to the officers whose names were published in Saturday's Herald as having passed the qualifying examinations, Second-lieutenant E.E.G. De Gyulay, 2nd Garrison Division Artillery, passed ...

    Article : 375 words
  38. QUEENSLAND.

    The steamer Merri[?] England arrived from Port Moresby last night, bringing a number of passengers, amongst whom is Mr. Raphael, who left Cool town on 23rd July last to prospoot for gold in ...

    Article : 340 words
  39. NEW ZEALAND.

    The railway line to Rotorua, having been completed, was formally opened yesterday by the Premier with great ceremony. Special trains from Auckland conveyed several hundreds ...

    Article : 154 words
  40. WESTERN SUBURBS COTTAGE HOSPITAL.

    The fourth annual demonstration organised by the friendly societies and fire brigades of the Western suburbs, in aid of the funds of the Western Suburbs Cottage Hospital, was held yesterday afternoon. ...

    Article : 387 words
  41. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND.

    The shareholders of the Bank of New Zealand threaten to combine, with the view of opposing the call of £3 6s 8d made by the directors on all ordinary ...

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  42. MORTGAGE AND INVESTMENT COMPANY.

    The North Queensland Mortgage and Investment Company has declared a dividend at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum. Asura of £1000 has been placed to the ...

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  43. ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. ORIENT AT ALBANY.

    The R.M.S. Orient, H. E. Inskip, commander, arrived from Colombo at 8 p.m. to-day. The following is a list of her passengers:- For ALBANY: Mr. Marsh. ...

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  44. PUGILISM IN LONDON.

    At the Bow-street Police Court to-day "Dummy" Winters, a Sydney boxer, was charged with having in[?]cted grievous bodily harm on a pugilst, named George ...

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  45. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.)

    A carbine match between the Illawarra Half Squad and the West Camden Half Squad was fired to-day on the local range with 10 men aside, seven shots each at 500 yards and 600 yards. The visitors won by 4 ...

    Article : 56 words
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