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  2. MEETINGS.

    The fortnightly meeting of the Water [?]upply and Sewerage Board was held yesterday afternoon, at the offices, George-street. Present—Mr. T. Rowe (president) in the chair, and Messrs. Palm[?]r, Young, ...

    Article : 390 words
  3. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

    [?] the Stock and Share market to-day business was quiet. Australian Gaslight were lower, quotations for others being without change. The following sales were reported at 1 o'clock:—Balmain ...

    Article : 2,084 words
  4. A SUTHERLAND MEMORIAL.

    An influential, if not largely attended public meeting, the outcome of a meeting which took place last week, was held last night in the Redfern Town Hall, with the object of taking steps to recognise the long, ...

    Article : 2,083 words
  5. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    In the Mining market yesterday a moderate amount of business was transacted. Silver scrip, particularly Broken Hill stocks, showed a slight decline in the early part of the day; but values subsequently strengthened, ...

    Article : 1,507 words
  6. WHITHER NOW?

    Sir,—"Oberon's" article in your issue of Saturday cannot be read without one experiencing a thrill of intellectual pleasure, and, though personal observations may have led to conclusions widely different from those ...

    Article : 1,138 words
  7. AUSTRALIAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION.

    The monthly meeting of the Australian Economic Association was held at the rooms of the society, Parkstreet, last evening, under the presidency of the Hon. Dr. Garran, M.L.C. ...

    Article : 1,228 words
  8. Advertising

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    Advertising : 256 words
  9. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    In investment stocks, Bank of Vic[?]ria, Hydraulic Power, Melbourne Storage, and Australian Finance sold higher. Melbourne Tramway and Omnibus quitted at lower rates. Federal Bank, ...

    Article : 233 words
  10. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    The Widows' Mit[?] Gold mining Syndicate, Mookerawa near Ironbarks, June 29.—Broke through to the shaft on Friday night, the reef being about [?]ft. thick and showing a little gold. Can now command all the stone to the surface, ...

    Article : 1,207 words
  11. PRODUCE MARKET.—TUESDAY.

    This morning, at the Darling Harbour auction sales, there was a rather small attendance of the trade. Limited consignments of forage, amounting to 12 trucks, came to [?]nd. This number, after yesterday's heavy ...

    Article : 549 words
  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 450 words
  13. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    Silver shares opened easier, and lower prices ruled generally. British Broken Hill, Block 10, Broken Hill South, Central Broken Hill, Round Hill, Victoria Cross, and South Extended, sold lower, but were in ...

    Article : 1,182 words
  14. GRAIN SALES.

    Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Limited, report that at their auction grain sale yesterday composition was restricted to fowls' wheat and maize. Milling wheat and oats were easier. Business at auction and also privately since last ...

    Article : 136 words
  15. SYDNEY HOSPITAL.

    The monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Sydney Hospital was held yesterday afternoon. There were present—The Hon. Renwick, M.L.C. (president), Mr. John Cope (vice-president), the Hon. Dr. ...

    Article : 333 words
  16. LEATHER AND SKIN SALES.

    At yesterday's auction leather sales the market was without much alteration. The best and lightest lots of tweed wero in moderate demand. The heavier sorts met with a very limited inquiry, and extremely low prices were obtained for ...

    Article : 386 words
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