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  2. NEW CALEDONIAN EXPIREES.

    THE increasing presence of New Caledonian expires amongst us, coupled with the fact that these visitors are almost invariably most unwelcome additions to our ...

    Article : 544 words
  3. THE COLLIERY CATASTROPHE.

    The rescue party experienced a most trying time of it until midnight last night, when the roof settled somewhat, and the men were enabled ...

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  4. SPORTING.

    The programme for the next meeting of the Rosehill Race Club, to be hold Saturday, July 20, has been published, and shows :--Cambrian Handicap, of 120 sovs., ...

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  5. LATEST CABLES.

    Further particulars have been received by Mail from the Stanley Expedition. H. M. Stanley and Emin Boy, with the survivors of both expeditions, are now on their way ...

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  6. A ROYAL BETROTHAL.

    It is again asserted that Prince Albert Victor, eldest son of the Prince of Wales Will shortly be betrothed to his cousin, the Princess Victoria of Germany. ...

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  7. Kicked by a Cow.

    WAGGA WAGGA, This Day.--William Doyle, while milking a cow at Ganwain, was kicked in the loft leg, and, upon being brought to the hospital, the doctor ...

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  8. Railway Service Association

    WOLLONGONG, Tuesday.-- A branch of the Railway and Tramway Service Association has been formed here, some 50 members being enlisted. The following officers ...

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  9. AUSTRALIAN.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.-- Daniel White, 24 was severely crushed through being caught in a cogwheel while oiling machinery at the Federal Brick works, Ringwood. ...

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  10. Illawarra Coal.

    WOLLONGONG, Tuesday.-- The You Yangs is now in the harbor taking a cargo of Mount Pleasant coal. She arrived yesterday from Geelong. The You Yangs is one of ...

    Article : 60 words
  11. A Pugilist Gaoled

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--Pablo Frank, not unknown in the boxing circles of Sydney and, Melbourne, was sent to gaol to-day for stealing liquor from the Commercial Hotel, ...

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  12. Crushed in Machinery.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.-- At Risby's Sawmills, near Narrocan, to-day, Richard M'Clure went down into the saw-pit to clear the pumps, so that the engine could ...

    Article : 85 words
  13. The Wollongong P. M.

    WOLLONGONG, Tuesday.--One of the largest attended public meetings ever seen in the district has decided to petition the Minister for Justice for the removal ...

    Article : 70 words
  14. AQUATICS.

    The final heat of the trial fours race in connection with the East Sydney. Rowing Club, for trophies presented by Mr. Thomas Punch, was rowed from Clark Island to the ...

    Article : 180 words
  15. THE COMING CAUSE AT HURSTVILLE.

    AN adjourned public meeting of Protectionists was held last night in the Assembly Hall, Hurstville, for the purpose of completing the establishment there of a branch of the ...

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  16. Five Shops Burned.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.-- A large fire occurred at Nhill this morning. Five shops were destroyed. ...

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  17. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday. -- The Corporation has invited tenders for the removal and disposal of night soil from the city for five years from December 31 next. ...

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  18. AN OLD MINERS' FRIEND GONE.

    William Davies, one of the representative miners of this district, passed over to tho great majority yesterday. Nobody had done more to promote the cause of ...

    Article : 197 words
  19. Burgling the Barracks.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.--Alfred Anderson, a gunner in the Permanent Artillery, pleaded guilty yesterday to a charge of burglary at the barracks. He was committed to the ...

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  20. CYCLING.

    On Wednesday evening the monthly meeting of the council of the New South Wales Cyclists' Union Will be held at Milthorp's Hotel, and the executive report Will embrace ...

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  21. REARREST OF MR. W. O'BRIEN, M. P.

    Mr. William O'Brien, M.P., who was recently released unconditionally in order to give evidence in the TIMES - Parnell case, was yesterday rearrested at Cork for ...

    Article : 84 words
  22. The Hopeful Prisoners.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.-- The Minister for Justice has made a report on the subject of the Hopeful prisoners. All the papers Will be laid before the Governor, and the Cabinet ...

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  23. The Early Closing Movement.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.--At a large public meeting held in the Town Hall last night a resolution was passed in favor of the movement for closing shops early on Saturday ...

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  24. The Irish Delegates.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.--Mr. Dillon addressed a meeting of 600 at Cairns on Saturday night, the Mayor being in the chair. L350 were collected. ...

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  25. The Same Old Cry.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.--At a meeting of professional musicians it was decided to form an association having for its object a system of mutual protection, and to ...

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  26. HE BOBBED UP SERENELY.

    The petrified man has made his appearance here, en route to Melbourne, where he is to be subjected to the anatomists of that city. For a day or two he is to be ...

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  27. MURDER OF DR. CRONIN.

    Seven men in custody have been indicted for complicity in the murder of Dr. Crouin at Chicago. Alexander Sullivan, a prominent Irish- American, and ex -president of the Irish ...

    Article : 92 words
  28. Those Immigrant Girls.

    BRISBANE, Monday.--The Premier, Mr. B. D. Morehead, has written to Sir Henry Parkes 011 the subject of the recent prosecution under the Immigration Act, setting ...

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  29. THE COURTS.

    John Barlow, of Station-street, Newtown, and now residing at Nixon -street, Surry Hills. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Alexander Geddes, of Botany and Regent ...

    Article : 37 words
  30. COUNTRY.

    NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.--At the inquest on the body of Edward Rowlands, who fell downstairs and broke his neck on Saturday night, the jury returned a verdict to the ...

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  31. CENTRAL.

    LANGUAGE.-- Anastasia Winters and Thomas Coghlan were each fined a pound, or in default seven days gaol for making use of disgusting language in ...

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  32. SAD CASE OF DROWNING.

    The tug Orestes was coming into port last evening with a dredge punt in tow, when a young man named Gabriel, employed on the tug-boat, was knocked overboard, ...

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  33. COURSING.

    At a meeting of the committee of the Victorian Coursing Club held yesterday it was decided to extend the time for receiving nominations for the Waterloo Cup till 3.30 ...

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  34. New Protectionist Paper.

    BATHURST, Tuesday. --The matter of starting a Protectionist newspaper has at last assumed a definite form. The initiation of the venture was the outcome of the last ...

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  35. ANGLO- CANADIAN MAIL SERVICE.

    The Messrs. Anderson (Anderson and Co.), managers of the Orient Steamship Co., have arranged with the British and Canadian Governments for a weekly mail service ...

    Article : 70 words
  36. PIGEON SHOOTING.

    Lord Deerhurst, who was well-known on the Melbourne Gun Club's ground, is the present holder of the English Gun. Club's members' 100 Guinea challenge cup. His ...

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  37. A "ROBERT ELSMEREAN" CHURCH.

    A CURIOUS meeting was hold recently at Anderton's Hotel, in Fleet-street, London, and consisted of gentlemen desirous of founding a Christian community that should ...

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  38. BOXING.

    Tom Meadows, the Australian, as we are informed by cable, offers to make match to box any light -weight in the world. We must either have a lot of real good men ...

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  39. Disgraceful Fracas in Court.

    WENTWORTH, Tuesday. -- During the hearing of a charge against three laborers for illegally cutting timber on Crown lands a scene took place between Mr. Holding, ...

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  40. WATER.

    A CAUTION.-- A brace of young errand boys, Alfred James Hodges and Arthur Goddard, were found levanting with a copper boiler; but, as its owner could not ...

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  41. THE RACING SCANDAL.

    The arbitrators in the Chetwynd- Durham turf dispute have announced their decision that Sir George Chetwynd has been found guilty of conniving at the fraudulent ...

    Article : 51 words
  42. HARD TIMES FOR THE FRENCH.

    THE situation of the French in Madagascar is, writes a Paris correspondent, to the PALL MALL GAZETTE, even worse than it was before the war; they cannot ...

    Article : 235 words
  43. THE SHAH IN LONDON.

    IT is now 16 years since the Shah was in London, and then all London went as mad about him as it did about Jumbo. But we doubt if the Shah Will prove a "good draw" ...

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  44. JOHN BRIGHT'S DOG, "FLY."

    IT has already been reported that John Bright's little Scotch terrier bitch, "Fly," stuck to him like a real friend, and refused to leave him except two or three time a day ...

    Article : 89 words
  45. DELAGOA RAILWAY TROUBLE.

    The London press generally advocate that the dispute over the Delagoa railway shall be submitted to arbitration The Portuguese Government is willing to agree to ...

    Article : 39 words
  46. Advertising

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    Advertising : 200 words
  47. Bidding Him Farewell.

    FERNMOUNT, Tuesday.--A valedictory meeting of a large number of the numerous friends and admirers of Mr. A. T. Kingsmill, J. P., C. P. S., was held last ...

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  48. THE NEW CIGAR.

    MUCH EXCITEMENT has been caused, says a London correspondent of the Birmingham POST, by the introduction of a new kind of cigar into the high-class clubs of London. ...

    Article : 233 words
  49. ATHLETICS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 437 words
  50. EGYPTIAN DEBT.

    France and Russia have refused to sign agreement for the conversion of the Egyptian national debt at a reduction of Interest unless England consents to evacuate ...

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  51. Vandalism at Wagga Wagga.

    WAGGA WAGGA, Tuesday.--Some mean rascals are going about the town cutting down young trees on private grounds. Mr. P. W. Lorimer has suffered severely ...

    Article : 45 words
  52. THE WEATHER.

    The weather is dreadfully wintry, being showery and cold. The stables of Captain Thomas E. Moore, at his stock farm, The Cedars, near ...

    Article : 67 words
  53. Advertising

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    Advertising : 63 words
  54. A Promotion.

    WAGGA WAGGA, Tuesday.--Mr. G. S. Findlay, accountant in the Union Bank, has been promoted to the position of manager in Grenfell branch. ...

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  55. DIVORCE CASE.

    The petition for divorce in the Angerstein case has been granted on condition that proof is brought forward of the alleged marriage in New Zealand. ...

    Article : 30 words
  56. Advertising

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  57. A Lecture on Protection.

    WAGGA WAGGA, Tuesday. -- Mr. W. Edmunds, M. L. A., Will deliver an address on Protection in the Oddfellows' Hall next Monday night, after which a large number ...

    Article : 48 words
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