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  2. Latest Sporting News.

    Dutch beat Couche in a aculling match for £100 a-sido on the Parramatta River this afternoon. ...

    Article : 28 words
  3. Lord Derby on the Condition of Agriculture.

    Lord Derby, presiding on June 4 at the Ormskirk Agricultural Show, said that for himself, Lord Sefton, and Lord Lathom, in respect of farms they had not a single one vacant, and whenever a ...

    Article : 280 words

    A NEW POSTAGE STAMP.—In view of the intended reduction of the postage rate between Australia and the United Kingdom to 2½d, the Postmaster-General, Mr. O'Connor, has (according ...

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  7. The London Wool Market.

    There is nothing new to record in regard to this market, the business passing being within narrow limits at prices in favour of buyers. According to Messrs. Helmuth Schwartze and Co., the London ...

    Article : 235 words

    To-night a meeting on the opening of libraries, museums, and picture galleries on Sundaya is to be held. It is expected to be the most enthusiastic and important held for a long time. ...

    Article : 36 words
  9. A. J. C. MEETING.

    The following are nominations for the A. J. C. meeting, to commence on September 13:— Metropolitan Stakes.—Tridentine, Locksley, Killaloe, Oroya, Maria Haydon, Paris, Ant[?]us, ...

    Article : 210 words

    At the Municipal Yards this afternoon Mr. J. H. Brunker sold, on behalf of W. R. Campbell, Esq., 188 bullocks at from 64s to 91s, and 36 cows up to 71s Gd. Mr. Sparke sold 293 bullocks up to ...

    Article : 92 words
  11. Maitland Stock Market.

    Fat Cattle.—Light supplies yarded. The demand was brisk, and prices advanced fully 10s per head. We sold—On account of M. Boland, bullocks at £4 10s; T. Cook, bullocks at £4 10s to £5 ...

    Article : 148 words
  12. Hunter River Agricultural and Horticultural Association.

    A speetal meeting of the Committee of the above Association was held in the Secretary's offce on the Show gronad, yesterday afternoon. There were presont-Messrs. John Bowden, John Rourke, J. ...

    Article : 1,453 words
  13. GRETA.

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  14. Of Interest to Typographers.

    "Hello," said the quad, as the eompo threw him in, "you're a hard looking case, did you know it." "No wonder," grunted the case, "I've been on the rack so long." ...

    Article : 172 words
  15. Latest Sydney Markets.

    Messrs. Brunker and Wolfe report:—Homebush Fat Stock Sales.—Cattle: 980 head yarded; good to prime pens of bullocks made from £6 to £T 15s; others from £4 5s per head; best beef, worth to 16s ...

    Article : 348 words
  16. Madame Melba at Covent Garden.

    Tuesday night's (June 8) performance of "Romeo et Juliette" was perhaps, the most brilliantly successful that has been given since the opening of the season, and the Australian prima donna was at ...

    Article : 479 words

    The work of deepening the port channel of the harbour, silted up from the late floods, is now occupying the available dredges day and night. The shipping of the port is in much better supply ...

    Article : 325 words

    On the wharves this morning there was an increased supply of Hunter River lucerne hay; the demand improved for prime, which sold from £4 to £4 5s per ton; other kinds, £8. Maize, old 3s 8d, ...

    Article : 721 words
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    At the Quarter Sessions to-day David Whalan, John Hennessy, Thomas White, Herbert Robinson, William Stockbridge and George Murphy, were charged with disturbing the Salvation Army at ...

    Article : 80 words



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