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  2. Late News--at Home and Abroad

    To-day's market quotations: Peas 8s to 24s, butter 191s 4d, new laid eggs 1s 8d to 1s 9d, rails and rivers 1s 6d, cheese 11d to 11 12d, honey 3d to 5 12d ...

    Article : 75 words
  3. POLICE SERGEANT'S WRIT.

    A writ has been issued out of the District Court by Messrs. McIntosh, Browning, and Stephen, solicitors, on behalf of Alfred McIntosh, of ...

    Article : 97 words
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    Advertising : 463 words
  6. CABLES.

    The new Emperor of Japan held a court at the Imperial Palace, at which he announced his ascension to the throne, and pledged himself to follow ...

    Article : 133 words
  7. THE EARLIER NEWS.

    The Emperor of Japan died at 1.25 o'clock' on Christmas morning. Prince Hirohito has succeeded his father, and was installed immediately the ...

    Article : 429 words
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  9. THE FORECAST.

    Still cloudy and unsettled on the coast and tablelands with some further rain, chiefly in the central and northern parts. Fine and warm inland, winds ...

    Article : 35 words
  10. MULLIGAN'S KNIVES.

    Martin Mulligan (41) was found in his room at East Sydney this morning with severe wounds in his throat and two blood-stained penknives close by. ...

    Article : 45 words
  11. WIRELESS TELEPHONY.

    The post-office announces that it hopes to inaugurate public wireless telephony with New York exchange early in the New Year. The call will ...

    Article : 252 words
  12. SEAMEN'S BOOKS.

    It was reported this morning that the books of the Seamen's Union, which the meeting yesterday demanded the late secretary (W. Raeburn) should hand ...

    Article : 35 words
  13. CHILD ENDOWMENT SCHEME.

    It is understood that the Child Endowment scheme, when actually functioning, will be made retrospective to December 15, on which date Mr. ...

    Article : 142 words
  14. A MILE OF "DOGS."

    A Melbourne message states that whilst a train from Sale to Yarragong was travelling at a good rate the engine bumped badly. The driver stopped ...

    Article : 86 words
  15. KANDOS.

    A Christmas Tree, 30ft. high, illuminated from top to bottom and surmounted with a star, innumerable gifts of all descriptions, and hundreds of anxious ...

    Article : 442 words
  16. SHORTER MESSAGES.

    The Duke and Duchess of York have returned to London from Sandringham to continue their preparations for the voyage to Australia. ...

    Article : 283 words
  17. TITLES IN PARLIAMENT.

    Several members of the Legislative Assembly do not approve of members of Parliament who took part in the war continuing to hold their military titles. ...

    Article : 75 words
  18. A DEAR JUMPER.

    At the central court this morning Gertrude Davis, who was charged with stealing a crepe-de-chine jumper from McCathies, Ltd., was sentenced to four ...

    Article : 72 words
  19. A FERRY SURPRISE.

    The passengers on the Manly ferries this morning had an unpleasant surprise, when they were informed that in future the only season tickets the ...

    Article : 71 words
  20. A BUSH FIRE.

    A Culcairn message states that a bush fire destroyed more than 300 acres of crop on F. Heriot's property, which he holds on shares with G Yeusch. The ...

    Article : 45 words
  21. COMING EVENTS.

    To-night and to-morrow Night.--Pictures at the Trades Hall. Saturday.--Euchre Party and Dance in St. Patrick's Hall. ...

    Article : 47 words
  22. THE ORDER OF MERIT.

    A Hobart message states that at a largely attended meeting of the Trades Hall Council a resolution was carried, protesting against the outrageous ...

    Article : 110 words
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