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  2. The Hamilton Pit Disaster.

    ABOUT 5 o'clock yesterday morning the body of James Hodson, one of the unfortunate men who was entombed in the Hamilton mine by the disaster of June 22nd, was ...

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    The Blackfriars and Shepherd's Nursery Estate Bill was read a third time, and returned to the Assembly. CROWN LANDS BILL. ...

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  4. The Dock Labourers' Strike.

    The dock-owners decline to carry on negotiations through Mr. Burns, and will only treat with the employees directly. The police pickets on duty in the neighbourhood ...

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    THOMAS C. STEPHENSON, recently employed as clerk in the A.J.C. Bank, was before Mr. Addison at the Water Police Court this morning, on remand, charged with having, ...

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    LONDON, Monday.—P. F. Slavin, the Australian pugilist, is being matched to box match with William Goode, the English boxer. ...

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  7. Concessions in Zanzibar.

    LONDON, Monday.—The Sultan of Zanzibar has conceded the right of trade with ports in his dominion to the East. African Trading Co. The latter now command 700 ...

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  8. Russia and France.

    LONDON, Monday.—The Czarevitch of Russia will visit Paris officially in the autumn. ...

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  9. The Rowing Championship.

    LONDON, Monday.—The forthcoming contest between Henry Searle and William O'Connor for the sculling championship of the world is exciting considerable interest. ...

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    The SPEAKER took the chair at 4.30 p.m. WEST AUSTRALIA. The SPEAKER read a letter which he had received from the Speaker of the Legislative Council ...

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  11. Trouble Ahead.

    LONDON, Monday.—A telegram from Bucharest states that it is reported there that Bulgaria and Servia are messing troops on their frontiers, end the situation is regarded ...

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  12. The Behring's Sea Difficulty.

    LONDON, Monday.—The citizens of Victoria (British Columbia) have held a meeting, at which they passed a resolution censuring the Imperial Government for its ...

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  13. Reference in Parliament.

    Just before the House rose last night, Mr. MELVILLE asked if any information had been received from the Hamilton Pit. Mr. SYDNEY SMITH stated that he had ...

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    LONDON, Tuesday—Mr. Chamberlain attended a meeting at Birmingham last night, when he made a speech in which he said that the Government policy in Ireland had proved. ...

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    OWING to the non-arrival in Sydney of the sand pump and machinery connected with it, the work of dredging out the basin on the inner side of Carrington dyke cannot be ...

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    Robert Landill was charged this morning with the willful murder of Peter Sherlock at Ringwood, to which place he was remanded to attend the adjourned inquest on the 10th ...

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  17. Shipping.

    LONDON, Monday.—The Merkara arrived at Plymouth on Sunday. The P. and O. steamer Yarra arrived at Marseilles on Monday. ...

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  18. Australian Sympathy.

    The Protection and Political Reform Association on Monday night agreed to the following resolution: "That this league intends to do all in its power to advance the ...

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  19. Commercial.

    LONDON, Monday.—The quantity of tallow in stock in London is 13,900 casks. Beetroot is quoted at 13s 7½d. ...

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    A DEPUTATION from the Boilermakers' Society will wait on the Colonial Treasurer to-morrow morning, accompanied by the city and county members, in regard to the case of the man ...

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  21. Latest Mining.

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    A MEETING of the Eight-hours' Temonstration Committee was held at Tattersall's Hotel last night. There was a large attendance, Mr. Hunlon, president, being in the chair. ...

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    William Henry Mackean, a notorious cattle-lifter, who escaped from Clermont lockup by sawing a hole in the flooring, a few weeks ago, was captured yesterday by ...

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    The following are the latest share sales:— GOLD. Baker's Creek, 68s 6d. SILVER. ...

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    ANOTHER large downstairs audience assembled in the Victoria Theatre last evening to witness the second performance of Mr. Frank Clark's European Celebrities. The various ...

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    THE parade and annual inspection of the 4th Regiment will take place at Singleton on Saturday next, Major-General Richardson being the inspecting officer. The arrange. ...

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    A man named Edward Lambert was charged at the police court to-day with committing a number of burglaries in the suburbs. The prisoner had purloined all ...

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  28. Lambton Police Court.

    LUTHERN v links, for £5 2s 3d, in payment for goods sold and delivered.—Verdict for plaintiff. Hughes v Hynes, for £6 5s 2d, for goods ...

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  29. Advertising

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