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  2. THE MOUNT MORGAN APPEAL CASE.

    In reference to the London cablegram stating that the appeal in the case of Mount Morgan Gold-mining Company from the decision of the High Court of Justice was being proceeded with, the following are the ...

    Article : 551 words
  3. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    A telegram received to-day from the Agent-General informs the Government that Sir Honry Holland had promised that if the colonial Governments concerned will provide the necessary funds, the Admiralty will be ...

    Article : 295 words
  4. OPENING OF THE BROKEN HILL TRAMWAY.

    The following is the continuation of the report whith arrived too late for publication in yesterday's issue:- Captain PIPER responded to the toast of the "Mining Industry," and said that during the past ...

    Article : 1,325 words
  5. AMUSEMENTS.

    Mr. Frank M. Clark's American Star Novelty Combination Company repeated their popular entertainment at the Opera House yesterday evening. The attendance, as on former occasions, was large, and the programme was ...

    Article : 185 words
  6. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    The following quotations were received in the mining market up to [?] o'olock yesterday:—West Wallsend Coal, contributing, 7s. 3d.; New Mount Hope Copper, 8s.; Nymagee Copper, 15s.; Broken Hill Junction, 65s., 66s.; ...

    Article : 881 words
  7. SHIPPING REPORTS, &c.

    CUSTOM HOUSE.—Entered Outwards, January 13: Mangana (s.), 428 tons, Captain H. C. White, for Launceston via Newcastle and Eden; Silver Cloud, three-masted schooner, 292 tons, Captain Jones for Auckland via Newcastle; Waitemata, three ...

    Article : 1,151 words
  8. ACADEMY OF MUSIC.

    The patrous of the Academy of Music were treated to an excellent programme of varieties yesterday evening, the occasion being the last qppearance of Mr. Maccabe, to whom was tendered a complimentary benefit. The ...

    Article : 91 words
  9. ALHAMBRA MUSIC HALL.

    Mr. Frank Smith's company gave another of their popular performances at the Alhambra Music Hall yesterday evening. The attendance wus very large, and the programme, which was repeated, was full of mirth and ...

    Article : 54 words
  10. THE AQUARIUMS.

    The Royal Aquarium and Pleasure-Grounds at Bondi still hold their pride of place, and are fast becoming one of the strongest attractions either in or around Sydney. During the week they have been visited by thousands of ...

    Article : 833 words
  11. QUEENSLAND.

    The, Postmaster-General and Under-Secretary left for Sydney this afternoon to attend the Postal Conference. It is understood that instructions have been given by ...

    Article : 224 words
  12. COUNTRY NEWS.

    It is reported that a large supply of good water has been struck in the bore at Bundal[?]er at a depth of 700ft. The rivers report is as follows:—Mungindi, 9ft., rising; Mogil, low; Walgett (Barwon), 7ft., falling; Namoi, ...

    Article : 605 words
  13. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Government has not yet appointed a successor to Brigadier-General Owen. It was intended, if possible, that one of the local military officers should be secured; but as the gentlemen favoured with the ...

    Article : 240 words
  14. MANAGERS REPORTS.

    Mount St[?] Silver-mining Company, Limited, Narangane Silver-[?] January 7.—45ft. lode: Shaft sunk to 19ft. Looks now like [?] coming in; lode apparently dips more than Mr. Wilk[?] found at surface. ...

    Article : 333 words
  15. THE PAVING OF THE CITY.

    Sir,—In [?] issues of your paper, amongst other subjects of correspon[?] on municipal matters, the paving of our footpaths has been [?] into prominence, the last letter I have seen being from the [?] alderman John ...

    Article : 608 words
  16. TASMANIA.

    The French warship Fabert sailed to-day for New Zealand. The dry weather is reported to have seriously affected the fruit and other crops. ...

    Article : 48 words
  17. NEW ZEALAND.

    Mr. Gray, Secretary for Post and Telegraphs, accompanies Sir William Fitzherbert to Sydney. A gumdigger, named Brown, committed suicide at Warkworth by blowing himself up with dynamite. His ...

    Article : 39 words
  18. LECTURES.

    In connection wiht the Board of Technical Education Mr. Percy J. Edmunds gave the free popular lecture on Wednesday evening last. The subject was "The direction and causes of ocean currents," and attracted a very fair ...

    Article : 632 words
  19. THE RUBY FIELDS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The constable in charge of the district in which the ruby fields are situated, near Alice Springs, has reported that there are now upwards of 860 men gathering rubies, while the remainder are either ...

    Article : 172 words
  20. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    Share Report.—Sales: Broken Hill Proprietary, £230, £227; Broken Hill Block 14, £8 8s., £9 5s.; Broken Hill Junction, 65s., 69s.; Broken Hill North, 18s., 19s. 6d.; Broken Hill South, £5 2s. 6d., £6 5s.; Broken Hill, ...

    Article : 710 words
  21. TRADES MOVEMENTS.

    Several meetings in connection with trades societies were held in various parts of the city last night. The majority of them were of a routine and an unimportant nature. The Stonemasons' Society held a committee meeting at ...

    Article : 269 words
  22. OVERLAND PASSENGER TRAFFIC.

    The following have passed through:- For Melbourne (by express): Pedler, C. Harris, A. Emanuel, Master P. Emanuel, Dr. Bell, Miss S. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Stanger, Kiernan, D. Samuel, E. Corrie, Coney, ...

    Article : 263 words
  23. The CHANCING STATION on the NORTHERN LINE.

    Last evening a public meeting was held at the Mechanics' Institute, Hamilton, in connection with the alteration of the junction station on the Great Northern and Sydney lines. There was a large attendance, and the proceedings ...

    Article : 222 words
  24. THE FRUIT-HAWKING NUISANCE.

    Sir,—It is time that some steps were taken to abate if not abolish the selling of fruit from carts in our principal streets. The present custom of allowing itinerant vendors to draw up their carts at the sides of our far too narrow ...

    Article : 266 words
  25. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 172 words
  26. Advertising

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    Advertising : 19 words
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    Advertising : 24 words
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    Advertising : 23 words
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