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  2. THE FIRST TEST CRICKET MATCH.

    The first of the five teat matches arranged between Australia and Stoddart's English team was commenced at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday. There were about 11,000 people present, and the ...

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  3. THE LOAN ESTIMATES.

    Speaking to a reporter yesterday in regard to the proposal of the Government to establish a sinking fund in connection with a portion of the Loan Estimates, the Minister for Works said he ...

    Article : 906 words
  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The police have completed the eatimate of the wheat crop in the Gundagai electorate, which is under 10 bushels per acre. The total area under wheat is 27,618 acres, estimated to yield 297,669 ...

    Article : 1,425 words
  5. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    A fire broke out at midnight at Cue, originating in Peter Murphy's store, which was totally destroyed, as also was the adjoining block, comprising the premises of Mr. ...

    Article : 124 words
  6. VICTORIA.

    The question of Victorian v. Newcastle coal was raised at the last meeting of the Caulfield Shire Council. The public works committee recommended the acceptance of a tender for the ...

    Article : 122 words
  7. SPECIAL CABLES.

    News has just been received from the East to the effect that 25,000 Japanese troops have landed between Taku and Shanhaikwan, on the Gulf of Liautung, ...

    Article : 105 words
  8. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    At the Sydney Cricket Ground, in the presence of about 11,000 spectators, Stoddart's English team yesterday met a combined Australian Eleven in the first of the five test matches. The Anstralians won ...

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  9. A NEW RAILWAY.

    The Railways Standing Committee met to-day, and administered the finishing touches to its report with respect to the proposed [?] railway from Jumbunna to Outtrim. The committee ...

    Article : 102 words
  10. AUSTRALASIAN PARLIAMENTS.

    The Assembly sat till 3.30 this morning. The Pastoral Bill was read the third time by 20 votes to 18. The House in committee considered the suggestions by the Council on the Taxation Bill. ...

    Article : 485 words
  11. THE LATE PREMIER OF CANADA.

    The Queen has paid many marks of sympathy and respect for the late Sir John Thompson, Premier of Canada, who died suddenly at Windsor Castle on Wednesday ...

    Article : 136 words
  12. FRAUD ON A BANK.

    The Bank of New South Wales was duped on the 6th instant by a clever forger, who obtained £127 15s on a bogus cheque. He has since contrived to keep clear of the ...

    Article : 103 words
  13. THE CRICKET MATCH IN SYDNEY.

    The posting of progress reports of the test match in Sydney was watched with the keenest interest by large crowds to-day. The splendid stand made by Giffen, Jredale, and Gregory ...

    Article : 42 words
  14. FEDERAL BUILDING SOCIETY.

    The liquidator of the Federal Building Society submitted their annual report to a meeting of shareholders to-day. The report showed that during the year the liabilities of the society had ...

    Article : 46 words
  15. DISMISSAL OF SCHOOL TEACHERS.

    Argument was concluded before Mr. Justice a'Beckett to-day in the case brought by Mrs. Mary Jane Mattingly against the Crown to test the legality of the dismissal of married female ...

    Article : 59 words
  16. THE BRITISH NAVY.

    The Times, in commenting on the present condition of the British Navy, says that it is essential that Great Britain should spend £5,000,000 annually upon new ...

    Article : 34 words
  17. FIRE AT CAMPERDOWN.

    A serious firE occured at Camperdown early this morning, and resulted in the total destruction of the Camperdown Hotel, the property of J. Heary, and the Oddfellows' Hall. The hotel and ...

    Article : 58 words
  18. THE ARMENIAN ATROCITIES.

    Germany, Austria, and Italy will permit England and Russia to exercise a free hand in connection with the commission appointed by Turkey to inquire into the ...

    Article : 35 words
  19. SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

    Yesterday afternoon the large schoolroom of the Sydney Grammar school was crowded by the pupils and friends on the occasion of the annual distribution of prizes by Sir William Windeyer, chairman ...

    Article : 1,315 words
  20. VICTORIA.

    After 19 hours' sitting the Legislative Assembly concluded its business at 20 minutes to 7 o'clock this morning, by which time the Land and Income Tax Bill was passed through committee. It was ...

    Article : 308 words
  21. INDUCTION OF THE DEAN OF MELBOURNE.

    The induction of the Very Rev. Dr. Vance as Dean of Melbourne took place this evening in St. Panl's Cathedral. The sermon was preached by Bishop Goe. ...

    Article : 162 words
  22. THE ITALIAN BANK SCANDAL.

    The committee appointed by the Italian Chamber of Deputies lo report upon the documents recently produced in the Chamber in reference to the Banca Romana ...

    Article : 103 words
  23. QUEENSLAND.

    At the breaking-up of the Brisbane Grammar School to-day the head master, Mr. Roe, in his address, referred at some length to the Sydney junior and senior examinations, and their value ...

    Article : 372 words
  24. KAURI GUM AUCTIONS.

    Kauri gum is in good demand, and prices are firm. At the auction sales to-day 2600 cases were offered, of which 2000 were sold. Good three-quarters ...

    Article : 53 words
  25. LIVE CATTLE FOR ENGLAND.

    Yesterday the large steamer Echuca, of Lund's well-known line, was at the Government wharf, Pyrmont, shipping live cattle for the English market. These comprised altogether ...

    Article : 631 words
  26. THE WEATHER.

    Eighty points of rain fell here last night, and it his been general over the district, some places having had over lin, of rain. The Hay coach was six hours late this morning owing to the heavy ...

    Article : 180 words
  27. TASMANIA.

    The New South Wales, Victorian, and Queensland riflemen are doing good practice at the Hobart butts. The Queenslanders especially are shooting well. The Adelaide team is expected to ...

    Article : 161 words
  28. CABLE TEAM FATALITIES.

    The City Coroner, Mr. J. C. Woore, held an inquest at the Coroner's Court yesterday afternoon on the body of a child named Elizabeth [?] who was killed by the cable tram the previous night. ...

    Article : 227 words
  29. TO-DAY.

    Test Match, Sydney Cricket Ground: Mr. Stoddart's English Eleven v. Combined Australia. Play starts at noon. A Sale of Work and Christmas Tree: Cleveland-street ...

    Article : 324 words
  30. THE NEUTRAL BAY SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    At a special meeting of the committee of the Noutral Bay School of Arts, held on the 3rd instant, at the request of the treasurer (Mr. J. Gamford), he produced a balance-sheet of the bazaar lately held in ...

    Article : 340 words
  31. FATALITY IN WILLIAM-STREET.

    Shortly before noon yesterday a child named Winifred M'Grade was fatally injured by a cable tram near the intersection of Crown and William streets. The child during the morning accompanied ...

    Article : 212 words
  32. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Stock movements.— 800 merino wethers from Wyanawah to Mangoplah, Michael Clune owner: 500 fat lambs from Round Hill to Newport, Victoria, J. Balfour and Son owners; 1100 ...

    Article : 50 words
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