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  2. NEWS BY THE MAIL.

    The R.M.S. Liguria, which arrived from London yesterday, brings the following additional intelligence:— ...

    Article : 29 words
  3. AMUSEMENTS.

    The most successful comic opera produced during the last ten years is without doubt "Los Cloches de Corneville." There are two reasons for its extreme popularity. First of all, its music is eminently tuneful, ...

    Article : 1,073 words
  4. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 785 words
  5. SHIPPING REPORTS, &c.

    The steamer Wellington crossed the Port Macquarie River bar at 11 a.m. on the 2nd instant, and arrived in Ssyney at 7 a.m. on the 3rd instant. Experienced W. S.W. winds and fine weather throughout the passage. Cargo: 920 bags ...

    Article : 789 words
  6. THE CITY RAILWAY.

    Sir,—So far the gravamen of the objections to the Hyde Park station seems to be a fear that it is a usurpation of the rights of the people to use for their own benefit a portion of a public place. This is a ...

    Article : 450 words
  7. THE TIMES-PARNELL COMMISSION.

    Mr. Parnell, in continuing his evidence before the Special Commission, was questioned as to theo no-rent manifesto of 1881. "Was not that an not of retaliation for your arrest?" asked the ...

    Article : 1,003 words
  8. TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN GANADA.

    A terrible railway accident occurred on the Grand Trunk line, at Hamilton, Ontario, on Sundny, April 28th. A fast express train from Chicago, bearing over 150 visitors to the Centennial ...

    Article : 416 words
  9. THE RIGHTS OF MARRIED WOMEN.

    Sir,—It appears to me that there is a great call for amendment of our laws relating to the real estate of married women. Under the English Married Women's Property Act, 45 and 46, Vic., C. 75, S. 1, a married ...

    Article : 375 words
  10. ENGLISH SHIPPING.

    The tonngo loading on the berth for India, China, and the Cape of Good Hope amounted to 31.789 tons, and for Australia and New Zealand to 26 403 tons, on April 26. Late Sydney Freights.—Sail: Fine measurement, 27s 6d; ...

    Article : 416 words
  11. ALTERATIONS IN THE LAWS OF CRICKET.

    After the annual meeting of the Marylebone Cricket Club on May 1, a special meeting was held to consider the proposed alterations in the rules. Mr. Perkins, the secretary, stated that he ...

    Article : 580 words
  12. MR. R[?]D AT NEWCASTLE.

    Sir,—In reading the account of Mr. Reid's address at Newcastle on the question of free trade, published in to-day's issue of your paper. I noticed that Mr. Reid said that there are between 45,000 and 48,000 hands ...

    Article : 446 words
  13. THE MERRIE ENGLAND.—THE VOYAGE.

    Some little time since brief particulars of the New Guinea Government steamer Merrie England appeared in these columns, and it may be remembered that after the purchase of the vessel some alterations were made in her to better ...

    Article : 461 words
  14. STABBING AFFRAY AT WEST COONAMBLE.

    A stabbing affray occurred on Saturday night at the Morning Star Hotel, West Coonamble. A man named Chas. Morris stabbed anothor man named Robert M'Ivor twice in the body. The latter is in the ...

    Article : 59 words
  15. THE ALHAMBRA.

    The new programme at the Alhambra Music Hall last evening was patronised by a large audience, who manifested their apprival by hearty applause. The n[?]w scenery was admired. In the first part some very ...

    Article : 217 words
  16. THE WASHINGTON CENTENARY.

    The United States has been celebrating this week the centenary of Washington's inauguration as President of the Bepublic on April 30, 1789. It was arranged that President Harrison should follow ...

    Article : 838 words
  17. CASUALTIES.

    A fearful railway accident occurred in the Eveleigh tunnel shortly after 5 o'clock last evening, in which a man, whose name is at present unknown, was literally cut to pieces. At 5.25 p.m., Mr. Burrows, of the ...

    Article : 340 words
  18. GROUNDING OF THE SHIP RODNEY.

    A cable under date of London, June 1, reports the sailing of the regulur Sydney trader Rodney, of Messrs. Devitt and Moore's line. While proceeding down the Thames the Rodney, in tow at the time, grounded on a mudbank. ...

    Article : 59 words
  19. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL SOCIETY.

    The monthly reunion of the Government Printing Office Dramatic and Musical Society, was hold at the Academy of Music last evening. On this occasion the society somewhat made a detour from the general run ...

    Article : 374 words
  20. GOVERNMENT MEAT MARKET.

    Sir,—Quite recently there has appeared in your columns a couple letters relative to the above and the meat supply of Sydney, from "Slaughterer" and "Paterfamilias." I have waited in the hope that ...

    Article : 518 words
  21. NEW OCEAN STEAMERS.

    The Gulf of Venice is a well-known visitor to Sydney, the Gulf of Mexico is now on a voyage to this port from London, and the Gulf of St. Vincent is also well known here. The Gulf Line Company, of Greenock, hnve ordered two now ...

    Article : 255 words
  22. THE SAMOAN CONFERENCE.

    The Samoan Conference assembled on April 29 in the Ambassadors' room at the Foreign Office, Berlin. It was expected that out of compliment to the Anglo-Saxon descent of most of the delegates ...

    Article : 1,169 words
  23. MR. JOHN DA[?]IES'S CASE.

    Sir,—In the Herald's report of Friday's Parliamentary proceedings Sir Henry Parkes gives some information as to Mr. Davies's case. At first Sir Henry leads us to believe that Mr. Rogers agrees with Mr. ...

    Article : 429 words
  24. THE NORTH GERMAN-LLOYD COMPANY.

    The general meeting of the above company of steamship owners was held at Bremen on April 18. The proposal to raise the capital from thirty million to forty million francs was accepted unanimously, and 10.000 new shores of 1000 ...

    Article : 133 words
  25. THE AUSTRALASIAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE.

    Sir,—This association held its meeting, commencing August 28, 1888. Some of the papers road were of the most intense interest to New South Wales, and not without interest to the scientific world, as, for instance in ...

    Article : 291 words
  26. THE SIR WALTER RALEIGH.

    The stranded ship Sir Walter Raleigh, lying near Boulogne, was cold to Messrs. J. Atherton and Co., of Liverpool, for 40,000 francs. ...

    Article : 27 words
  27. THE SCHOONER COLONIST.—THE CAPTAIN SHOT.

    From Havannah Harbour. New Hebrides Group, news has been received that the master of the Sydney-owned schooner Colonist, William Greenless, was shot and killed by the supercargo, Henry Ernest Weaver, on the 22nd ultimo. ...

    Article : 250 words
  28. PRINCE BISMARCK AND THE COLONY.

    Some few months ago Sir Henry Parkes forwarded, on behalf of the Government, an album of photographic views of the colony to Prince von Bismarck, and also to the Dowager Empress of Germany. He yesterday ...

    Article : 163 words
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  30. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    The Loch Awe arrived at Port Chalmers from London prior to May 27, and the East Lothian at Wellington prior to the 81st ultimo, The arrivals at Lyttelton May 31 include the Agnes Oswald, ship, from Sydney; Rio Loge, brig, from ...

    Article : 132 words
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    Advertising : 27 words
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