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  2. LAST NIGHTS NEWS.

    A CONFERENCE between the Premier and the Newcastle colliery proprietors took place to-day. No particulars were allowed to transpire, ...

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  3. EVENTS & RUMOURS.

    "Open your ears, for with of yon will stop The vent of hearing when load Rumour speaks." —Shakespeare. IT can be seen by the Civil Service Board's ...

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  4. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    MR. P. DEAN'S RETIREMENT.—On Friday last prior to the commencement of the business in the Armidale Police Court, Mr. W. F. Parker, P.M., at the request of ...

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  5. YESTERDAY'S NEWS.

    GAZETTE notices hare been issued declaring Queensland to be affected with tick fever, and prohibiting the importation of hides from that colony, except under ...

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  6. LAST NIGHT'S CABLES.

    IN the above match the North of England in thear second innings made 149 runs, and Australia thus won the match by 42 runs. The scores were:—Lilley, b. Jones, 61; ...

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  7. RAILWAY FATALITY.

    A BOY named Stanley Clarken was knocked down by a train at Mittagong yesterday and killed. ...

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  8. A GENEBAE AMNESTY.

    TUREEY has granted a general amnesty to the Cretan rebels. ...

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  9. THE CATTERTHUN GOLD.

    THE dings working at the Catterthun wreck have succeeded in opening the strong room of the vessel this morning, but the weather was too rough this afternoon to ...

    Article : 33 words
  10. A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR.

    CHABLES MARTIN, an old man, residing at Harris-street Pyrmont, has been lying in a precarious condition at the hospital since Saturday night. ...

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  11. UNIVERSITY CRICKET MATCH.

    IN the annual cricket match between Oxford and Cambridge, the former won by four wickets. Oxford scored 330 in the second innings ...

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  12. STUD SHEEP SALES.

    THE stud sheep sales opened to-day, there being a large attendance and satisfactory prices were realised. A ram by Sir Henry was sold on account ...

    Article : 71 words
  13. THE MAJOR-GENERAL FETED.

    MAJOR-GENERAL FRENCH was entertained by the officers of the defence forces at a smoke concert on Saturday night. He said he noticed the extraordinary ...

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  14. Our Summary of Australasian News since last Issue.

    The many friends of Mr. G. H. Varley, who recently broke his leg at Grafton, will be glad to hear that his injuries are prograssing favourably. ...

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  15. AFFAIRS AT SOUTH AFRICA.

    THE natives friendly to the British are reported to be in a very restless condition throughout South Africa. The Buluwayo field force has been ...

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  16. THE SHEEP ASSESSMENT ACT.

    A MOTION was unanimously carried ah the sheep directors' meeting on Saturday expressing the opinion that the sheep owners did not receive through the Stock ...

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  17. THE NEW CARLISLE RUSH.

    IT is estimated that over 100 people have arrived at the New Carlisle Goldfield, near Condobolin, during the week. ...

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  18. ILLNESS OF STANLEY.

    H. M. STANLEY, the celebrated African explorer, has had a relapse, and as bow dangerously ill. ...

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  19. WANTED TO GO TO GAOL.

    A MAN was sentenced to four months' imprisonment to-day at Penrith for breaking a plate glass window. He first informed the storekeeper of his ...

    Article : 67 words
  20. RUSSIAN CORONATION CEREMONIES.

    THE coronation ceremonies having been completed at Moscow, the Czar and Czarina have returned to St. Petersburg and entered the city in state amidst great ...

    Article : 37 words
  21. RAILWAY DEFICIT.

    IT is estimated that the railway deficit for the past financial year will be not less than £550,000. The receipts for the year closed were ...

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  22. WELCOME RAIN.

    HEAVY rains nave fallen throughout the colony, and there is an ample supply of water on the gold-fields. ...

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  23. Neuralgia.

    THOUGH it may appear strange tons who think we are familiar with the commoner forms of neuralgia, or nerve pain, such as toothache, headache, and the like, it is not ...

    Article : 407 words
  24. MORE GOLD.

    SPLENDID gold has been struck at Mount Alexander, Balagundi, in an extensive formation. ...

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  25. Weight of Children.

    THE weight of children and their statute are topics of interest to mothers. Supposing at birth the baby weighs eight pounds, then its length should be one foot eight ...

    Article : 160 words
  26. SAVINGS BANK DEPOSITS.

    THE deposits in the Perth Government Savings Bank at the end of Jane amounted to £61,673, as against £16,843 at the same date last year. ...

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  27. Ollera.

    BITTEN BY A SNAKE.—A lad named Wm. Foster, about 13 years old, working for Mr. Relton, near Guyra, was bitten by a snake last week. It appears that the boy was ...

    Article : 218 words
  28. POUND IN THE YARRA.

    THE body of a man named Martin O'Brien was found in the Yarra yesterday. The deceased was formerly of Warrnambool and left home about a fortnight ago, ...

    Article : 491 words
  29. Biblical History.

    A DISCOVERY of great interest and importance has been made in Egypt. In a recent lecture Professor Petrie stated that one of the inscriptions found in a tomb of the ...

    Article : 420 words
  30. Remarkable Watches.

    MARY of Scotland had her watches. In those days there was a great variety in the shape of the watch. A favourite shape was that of a stull, another was that of a ...

    Article : 278 words
  31. Lady Barbers.

    THE New Zealand correspondent of the T. and C. JOURNAL writes:—Two ladies have this week advertised in a local paper here for some one to "teach them barbering." I ...

    Article : 204 words
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