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    The Queensland Parliament will not meet till June 23, or perhaps June 30th. The latest official information indicates that the speedy termination of the strike is not yet expected. ...

    Article : 97 words
  3. Latest Sporting.

    The Star tips:—Royal Stakes Sunshine, Theodore, Splendora Turf Club Handicap Ethelbert, Rover, and Warrego have the best chances. Hurdles[?] General Gordon, First Light, Nankipoo. ...

    Article : 101 words
  4. New South Wales Parliament.

    The Speaker took the chair at 3.30 p.m. On the motion of Sir Henry Parkes, the members of the House proceeded to Government House to present the Governor with the address in reply to ...

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    Market quiet. Following are the prices:—Royal Stakes: 100 to 14 Repeater; 100 to 10 Splendora, Sunshine; 100 to 7 Damask, Thelma, Helene, Corvette, Marvel, 100 to 6 Kilmore, Dick, Playmate; ...

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    A terrible tornado has occurred in Missouri, United States; 30 persons were killed and 50 injured. Enormous damage was done, and it is believed the loss will amount to several millions ...

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    The Raker for Royal Stakes. ...

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  8. Latest Sydney Markets.

    Messrs. Pitt, Son, and "Badgery report:—29,000 sheep penned on Thursday; quality rather better than of late; prices without material alteration. We sold 10,000, including Walhallow wethers, 12s ...

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    Before the Newcastle police court, yesterday, James Cream, an Indian fishmonger, and James Vaughan, a steward, were charged with having assaulted and robbed one John Billa of the sum of ...

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  10. Sydney Wool Market.

    Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co. report:—We brought forward at our usual fortnightly sale yesterday a small catalogue of wool, consisting principally of medium and infe[?] parcels and odd ...

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  11. Latest Gunnedah Markets.

    Messrs. Bacon and Co. report:—Numerous enquiries for handy grazing estates. We have some sales pending. Rain is wanted to restore confidence amongst store sheep and cattle buyers. Early ...

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    Mr. John McElhone addressed a very large meeting at the Masonic Hall last night. Mr. Glendinning (Mayor) occupied the chair. The speaker received on the whole a fair hearing, ...

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  14. DURINGA.

    Passing: 1000 bullocks from Collaroy to Conner's River, North Queensland, for Belltrees, E. A. and V. White owners; Charlie Chilcott in charge. ...

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    The Show is the general topic of conversation. All improvements on the Show ground are approaching completion. The committee is busily engaged daily. Every provision is being made to ...

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