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  2. MEETING OF PASTORALISTS.

    A meeting of pastoralists to consider the advisability of forming a permanent association for the protection of all pastoral interests in the colony, was held at Tattersall's-chambeis last night. About 50 gentlemen ...

    Article : 1,477 words
  3. LAW REPORT.

    SEQUESTRATION ORDERS ON PETITION OF DEBTORS. Andrew Thomson, of Newcastle, miner. Mr. E. M. Stephen, official assignee. Edward Handyman Lillie, of 14, Park-street, ...

    Article : 105 words
  4. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

    In the Stock and Share market to-day a moderately good business was transacted. Australian Gaslight were sold at a rather lower price, others being without alteration. The following sales ...

    Article : 2,291 words
  5. GRAIN SALES.

    Goldsbrough, Mort, and Company, Limited, report that at their usual weekly grain sale, held on Tuesday last, competition was animated for fowl's wheat maize, and oats. They have disposed of by auction, and also privately, since last ...

    Article : 141 words
  6. MARSUPLALSKINS.

    The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, report t[?], at their weekly auction sale yesterday. the market for kangarooskins was weak, and lower rates had to be accepted, especlally red and waliaroo skins, which were ...

    Article : 183 words
  7. LAW NOTICES.

    Prothonotary's Office.—Before Prothonotary: He Woolcott' estate, 10.13. Before Chief Clerk: The British and Colonial Property, Finance, and Assurance Company v. Thompson, 10.30. ...

    Article : 32 words
  8. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    The market opened with a strong demand for silver shares, and higher prices were paid for all on the Broken Hill line. In gold companies, Black Horse United, Buker's Creek, Egerton, and new Koh-i-Noor ...

    Article : 780 words
  9. POLICE.

    Mr. C. Delohery, S.M., presided in the CENTRAL POLICE COURT yesterday morning. Alfred Feenoy, 24, a bootmaker, was sent to gaol for one month, with hard labour, for having a hayfork and a broom in his ...

    Article : 1,204 words
  10. INTERCOLONIAL FAT STOCK MARKETS.

    Messrs. Richard Gibson and Co. report.—Fat Cattle: 1825 drawn for, of which about 400 were Queensland e[?], trucked from Bourke. The sales opened briskly at improved rates, but the demand fell off as sales progressed, and only prime ...

    Article : 371 words
  11. INVESTMENT AND MINING STOCK SALES.

    The following list of sales of investment and mining stocks is published at the request of the brokers who supply them:- Mr. Frank Blackley, 5, Spring-street (daily): ...

    Article : 61 words
  12. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    The mining market yesterday opened firm, and at the close Broken Hill stocks were sold at advanced rates. The inquiry for silver shares was healthier than it has recently been, and the principal portion of the business ...

    Article : 1,343 words
  13. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.)

    The local wheat market is extremely dull. Sales at auction were made at 5s. 7½d. There was scarcely any disposition to bid. The market closes with a few sellers at 5s. 7d., but the bulk of the stock in ...

    Article : 210 words
  14. ILLEGAL BURIALS.

    At the Newtown Police Court yesterday, before Mr. W. Johnson, S. M., John M'Donagh, E. J. Hollingdale, and Philip Cotter pleaded guilty to illegally burying corpses in the Petersham Catholic Cemetery, and were ...

    Article : 350 words
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  16. PRODUCE MARKET.—WEDNESDAY.

    This morning at the Dalling Harbour auction sales there was again a limited attendance of the trade. The forage merket was moderately supplied, consisting of 23 trucks. The principal portion was of chaff. ...

    Article : 575 words
  17. ROBBERY FROM AN ARTILLERYMAN.

    At the Water Police Court yesterday a man named Alexander Armstrong, on remand, appeared before Mr. A. M. Fisher, S. M., charged with having on or about the mouth of April, 1888, stolen from the person of ...

    Article : 393 words
  18. CORONER'S INQUESTS.

    At the Benevolent Asylum yesterday the City Coroner (Mr. J. C. Woore, J.P.) concluded the inquest relative to the death of an infant named Mary Sid, aged 15 days, who was found dead in bed beside her mother, ...

    Article : 59 words
  19. CASUALTIES.

    A little girl, named Ethel Maitin, two years of age, residing with her parents in Sussex-street, fell into the fire yesterday, and was burned about the face. She was admitted to the Sydney Hospital by Dr. Davidson. ...

    Article : 151 words
  20. KILLED IN A TUNNEL.

    At the South Sydney morgue, yesterday, the City Coroner, Mr. J. C. Woore, J.P., hold an inquest relative to the death of a man named William Bannerman, whose mutilated remains were found in the ...

    Article : 336 words
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