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  3. SETTLED AT LAST.

    The Premier informed a "Star", reporter yesterday afternoon that the strike had been finally settled. It is understood that the proprietors ...

    Article : 112 words
  4. MURDER AND SUICIDE.

    The terrible double tragedy which occurred at the Hotel Metropole last week, in which a solicitor named George Lister King murdered his wife, Ada Rosalie King, by ...

    Article : 1,827 words
  5. AN UNEXPECTED NOTICE.

    The following notice to the miners engaged In the Newcastle Coal Co.'s A and B pits, at Glebe, has been posted on the pit-head. You are hereby notified that a breach of ...

    Article : 285 words
  6. WHAT MR. WADE SAID.

    "I can only say now," said the Premier, "that the matter is settled. Particulars will be given later on." After making this statement, at 2.35 in the ...

    Article : 74 words
  7. WHAT LABOUR MEMBERS THINK.

    "I am delighted with the result" said Mr. Alfred Edden, M.L.A. to a "Star" reporter yesterday. "I never expected any other result. I know that a settlement must be ...

    Article : 190 words
  8. A PARENT'S WRATH.

    James Barron, a middle-aged man, was placed on trial at the Quarter Sessions yesterday on a charge of maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm on William Leonard. ...

    Article : 316 words
  9. IN THE MAITLAND DISTRICT.

    A mass meeting of the Hebburn miners was held at Weston last night to consider the amended proposals of the Premier. The meeting was addressed by Mr. Albert Burns, ...

    Article : 452 words
  10. STATEMENT BY MR. WADE.

    When the Legislative Assembly met yesterday afternoon Mr. Wade, who was received with cheers, made a statement. At the outset he said he was glad to be able to announce ...

    Article : 359 words
  11. DIVORCE COURT.

    Yesterday Mr. Justice Simpson finished the hearing of the suit in which Frederick William Barnard sought the dissolution of his marriage with Catherine Barnard on the ...

    Article : 129 words
  12. THE TEAM TRAGEDY.

    The inquiry into the death of John M'Culloch, tramway engine-driver, lately residing at Haydon-street, Enfield, and Alfred Murdoch Barclay also a tramway engine-driver, ...

    Article : 1,744 words
  13. SATISFACTION IN MELBOURNE.

    Great satisfaction is expressed at the news of the settlement of the coal strike. The shipowners and coal- importers of Melbourne fear that even if the Coal miners resume work at ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. STONE-THROWING AT LEICHHARDT.

    George Alexander M'Pherson, 20, labourer, was charged at Glebe Police Court yesterday, before Mr, King, D.S.M., with assaulting Constable Walter Beer, at Leichhardt, on ...

    Article : 187 words
  15. IN COMMISSION.

    Upon inquiring at the Melbourne Shipping Co.'s office yesterday a "Star" reporter was informed that the steamship Hobart, had sailed on Wednesday night for Melbourne and ...

    Article : 84 words
  16. SENDING THE NEWS TO NEWCASTLE.

    The miners district officers, at 4 o'clock this afternoon received the following wire from Parliament House the district members:- ...

    Article : 49 words
  17. TRANSFER OF LICENSES.

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  18. HARRY BOYLE DEAD.

    Harry Boyle, the well-known old-time cricketer, died in Bendigo this morning. ...

    Article : 21 words
  19. REJOICINGS IN NEWCASTLE.

    There are universal rejoicings throughout the city this afternoon as a result of the news of the settlement of the strike. The People here have, as was only natural, ...

    Article : 144 words
  20. PARLIAMENT V. PRESS.

    The annual competitions between the State Parliament and members of the press have been arranged to take place as follow:— Rifle Shooting—Randwick Rifle Range, ...

    Article : 143 words
  21. IN BANKRUPTCY.

    George Francis Beck Hancock. The Registrar said that bankrupt had not attended the meeting of creditors, nor had he been examined. The application could not be ...

    Article : 137 words
  22. "ONLY FIT FOR GAOL".

    "You seem to be a systematic thief, and are only fit for gaol," remarked Mr. King, D.S.M., to an accused person at the Central Police Court yesterday. ...

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  23. NR. BOWLING AGAIN COMMUNICATED WITH.

    Shortly before noon to-day the local police received from the Premier, an urgent graphic message for Mr. Bowling, who at the time was out of town addressing meetings ...

    Article : 121 words
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