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  2. THE COLLIERY DISASTER.

    The inquiry into the cause of the death of Herbert Pettitt was resumed this morning at the Council-chambers at 10 o'olock, before the Coroner, Mr. Martin, and the jury. There were also present Messrs. Jesse ...

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  3. SHOCKING TRAGEDY IN SYDNEY.

    Last night a man named William Hunter, residing in Chambers-street, off Bay-street, Globe, in a fit of frenzy, made an attack upon his family. A child aged four years, was stabbed, injuries being ...

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  4. THE ANNUAL STUD SHEEP SALES.

    The annual sale of stud sheep was continued yesterday by Messrs. Brunker and Wolfe at Harrison, Jones, and Devlin's wool stores. Mr. Brunker commenced the sale punctually at 11, the catalogue comprising ...

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  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    The Sydney Liedertatel Society's concert, which was given last evening at the Exhibition Building, attracted an unusually large audiunce, the fall extent of oven I that hall being required for the accommodation of those ...

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  6. SHIPPING REPORTS, &c.

    CUSTOM HOUSE—Entered outwards: July 10, Dupleix (s.), 1005 tons, Captain J. Hansby, for Auckland and New Zealand ports; Kent, schooner, 104 tons. Captain J. James, for Brisbane, via Nambucca River; Gatherer, ship, 14[?] tons, ...

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  7. DEPARTURE OF THE R.M.S. MARIPOSA.

    Woolloomooloo Bay was again the scene of unusual animation as the hour (4 p.m.) drow near for the Mariposa to leave for San Francisco yesterday. The steamer, for the winter season, was well patronised with passengers, there being ...

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  8. THE DINGADEE.

    Like the Bothwell Castle, the funnel of this well-known Australian coasting steamer will shortly assume the colours of the Union Steam Ship Company—the red funnel line —of New Zealand. The loss of the Matal on ...

    Article : 195 words
  9. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Stock movements; 20 fat bullocks, from Bungowannah to Melbourne, Garry Brothers; 250 merino rams, from Victoria to Byrock. H. G. Lomax owner; 5000 merino wethers, from Carabobla to Ferndale, ...

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  10. THE AFGHAN.

    Some very powerful pumps are in transit to the sunken steamer Afghan, at Newcastle; and when they are set going it is confidently predicted the vessel will float. At present she retains her awkward position, lying off ...

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  11. THF DUPLEIX—A GOOD RUN.

    The steamer Dupleix, reported in yesterday's telegrams from Newcastle as aground, merely touched through one of the tow lines parting and allowing the steamer to dritt out of the channel. She procceded immediately after on her ...

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  12. THE LIBRETTO OF "MOUSTIQUE."

    Sir,—It scorns to me, considering some suggestive lines which appeared in the Herald, that the impression is that the name of Marcus Clarke was unduly used by the author of the libretto of "Moustique." The ...

    Article : 550 words
  13. OVERLAND PASSENGER TRAFFIC.

    For Melbourne (by express) to-day: Mr. and Mrs. Dick, Miss Macdonald, J. Miller (travelling), F. Basedow, M.L.A. (Adelaide), T. Gluyas Pascoe (New Zealand), Miss Fox, Miss Browne (Burwood). M. J. M'Cartney (Queensland), Miss ...

    Article : 440 words
  14. CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY.

    The following list of certificates of competency, issued under the Order in Council of the 30th August, 1873, 12th February, 1876, and the 29th June, 1882, by the Marine Board of New South Wales, from the 1st April to the 30th ...

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  15. THE PORT VICTOR.

    After having jettisoned between 260 and 800 tons of cargo (coal), the Pott Victor floated oil the reef at Restoration Island, and at latest accounts had pasted Thursday Island all well. She is bound Newcastle to Batavia, [?] may be ...

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  16. MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. Valetta, inward from London arrived at Adelaide at 3.30 p.m. yesterday. Her mails were forwarded on by train to Melbourne, and the Sydney portion will reach here to-morrow afternoon. Her London date is June 7. ...

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  17. THE CHANGSHA.

    The China Navigation Company's steamer Changsha, from Hongkong, arrived in Watson's Bay last night, and this morning comes to a berth at the company's wharf at Miller's Point Since last here some changes have taken ...

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  18. THE MINING ACCIDENT AT MARKDALE.

    Further particulars are to bund with regard to the mining accident at Markdale. John Longmore, the manager, was not severely hurt, as at first reported. Dr. Drought, who was called from Crookwell, found ...

    Article : 63 words
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