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    The produce markets in Sydney for the week close dull and disappointing. The values have fluctuated so very little that, on the whole they stand to-day precisely ...

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    [Under the above heading the ADVOCATE invites correspondence for Saturday issues. Readers are asked to assist in making this column an interesting one.] ...

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  4. Another Dead Infant.

    Another dead body of an infant, has been found in one of the Moore Park enclosures, Sydney. ...

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    The Full Court to-day squashed the conviction of Laird, tried at Forbes on a charge of horse stealing. ...

    Article : 38 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 211 words
  7. Bad Cheques.

    At Orange, on Thursday, W. H. Summerfield was committed for trial on several charges of forgery. ...

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  8. A big List.

    At the sittings for the hearing of causes. Supreme Court, which commence Monday next, there are 140 cases, of which only 43 are new ones. ...

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  9. Treasury Matters.

    The notes issued by the Government for current account depositors are rapidly finding their way back to the Treasury. Altogether the notes amount to ...

    Article : 123 words
  10. A Strike of Cabbies.

    A great strike has occurred in Naples. The cabmen have struck, and the mob have risen and burned the tram cars. All the shops are closed and the military are ...

    Article : 37 words
  11. Her Concert Failed.

    Madame Sterling's last concert in New South Wales, given at Goulburn on Wednesday night, was a failure. Madame's voice was husky ; madame ...

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  12. The Cavalrymen Back.

    The members of the New South Wales Cavalry Team arrived at Melbourne, Thursday, from England. They received a magnificent welcome, and ...

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  13. Goldsbrough, Mort and Co.

    The reconstruction scheme of Golds-brough, Mort and Co. has been finally sanctioned by a meeting of their creditors. Mr. Walter Hall proposed the necessary ...

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    The fruit markets look better, and now that warm weather is approaching dealers will have less cause for grumbling. Prices are unchanged since out last report, ...

    Article : 134 words
  15. Rather Strict There.

    In the Commons on Wednesday night the Speaker ordered the Sergeant-at-Arms to eject a distinguished visitor, from the gallery for such, for applauding ...

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  16. Sir Henry Parkes in Adelaide.

    Sir Henry Parkes will be entertained by the Ministry of S.A. at luncheon at Parliament House this afternoon. He speaks on Federation later, at a public ...

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  17. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 26 words
  18. Advertising

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    Advertising : 30 words
  19. The Flood at Gunnedah.

    The Namoi River rose rapidly yesterday, and the water is now well into Gunnedah. Numerous settlers have abandoned their homes. The big ...

    Article : 52 words
  20. France and Siam Again.

    France has jumped another Siamese town not included in the "surrender." This may lead to further difficulties. Siam has paid the indemnity recently ...

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    Yesterday morning Arthur Lewis appeared before the bench in answer to a summons charging him with so filling a night-cart with night-soil as to cause ...

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    The dairy-keeper, as the ADVOCATE said last week, is the man who should be the most hopeful of all, and because he is going, as we have already stated, to slip through the ...

    Article : 350 words
  23. Rows in Africa.

    The Mahonsaland rioting, Africa, promises to be gory. The tribes are rising in all directions, and the British Administrator has wired so the Home ...

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    The Newbridge Progress Committee held its meeting at Warren's Hotel on Wednesday evening, Mr.N. Wilson, J.P. (president) in the chair. There ...

    Article : 372 words
  25. Coming in Better.

    The Colonial Treasurer states that the revenue is now coining along a little better. So far, this month it compares favorably with that of the previous year, ...

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    Pneumonia in swine, under the Diseased Meat Act, is now an infectious' disease. ...

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  27. "Consistent."

    "Consistent." You can say what you like, true or otherwise, the ADVOCATE is thoroughly logical at all times. Your notepaper indeed ! Why, here not ...

    Article : 55 words
  28. The Duke of Saxe-Coburg.

    The Duke of Edinburgh, now reigning Duke of Saxe Coburg, intends to abdicate in favour of his son, who is now of age. ...

    Article : 31 words
  29. An M.P. Horsewhipped.

    Mr. Brodrick M.P., England, who was recently accused of calling Gladstone" an old donkey, " has been horse-whipped by an ex-employee of the office ...

    Article : 44 words
  30. Transfer of License.

    The license of Harry Nicholls' Hotel was, yesterday, transferred to Caldwell Howard, and an application to change the name of the hotel to the Plough and ...

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    Homebush fat stock sales:-Sheep,—37,000 penned, fair attendance buyers. Market for wethers dull, prices showing further decline on last quotations: prices for ewes ...

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  32. A Son of Mr. Mitchell.

    The seven-year-old son of Mr. Albert Mitchell, Seymour-street, was, a few days ago, unfortunate enough to tip over his tricycle, breaking his arm in two ...

    Article : 57 words
  33. An Unpaid Gas Bill.

    Yesterday, the Bathurst Council sued A. Harding under the provisions of the Gas Act for £6 1s for gas consumed. Robert Turner, gas clerk, proved the ...

    Article : 43 words
  34. Grand Show of Beef.

    We have noticed a splendid show of beef, mutton, etc., at J. P. Ryan's, jun., Keppel-street, near the railway station. How he gives his customers such ...

    Article : 61 words
  35. He tried to Suicide.

    Reginald Lamb, Adelaide, on Thursday, put a dynamite cap in his ear and started the fuse. As this wouldn't burn, the cap didn't go off, and before he ...

    Article : 40 words
  36. Forbes v. Parkes.

    The Daily Telegraph says that no heavier blow could have been inflicted upon Forbes than to wipe it out, in the redistribution, in favor of Parkes. A ...

    Article : 41 words
  37. New South Wales at Chicago.

    Dr. Renwick, writing on the subject of his economy in directing the affairs of New South Wales' Court at the Chicago Exhibition, says:-"We have done so ...

    Article : 62 words
  38. Vienna Labor Riots.

    The labor riots in Vienna have been renewed. Wednesday, boiling-water and weights were thrown from windows on to the police, who sabred the crowd with ...

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    At the meeting on Wednesday of the Australian party in the House of Commons, it was decided to include in the party all members who were in any way ...

    Article : 116 words
  40. The Victorian Woollen Mills.

    The S.M. Herald states that "the woollen mills of Victoria are in a condition in which Protection is practically of no avail, and the clothing trade is ...

    Article : 109 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 57 words
  42. Northern Agriculturists.

    His Excellency the Governor will open the Northern Agricultural Association's Show next Thursday. Which reminds as that it is to be presumed ...

    Article : 33 words
  43. Coming Over.

    The Colonial Treasurer is informed, that from 7th May to 15th August this year, 2700 men have crossed into New South Wales from Victoria. They are ...

    Article : 35 words



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