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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 129 words
  3. TRADE AND FINANCE.

    Business in investment stocks on the Sydney Stock Exchange yesterday showed slightly more animation, cut movements in prices were few and unimportant. City Bank of Sydney new ...

    Article : 2,302 words
  4. COLORED LABOR ON MAIL STEAMERS.

    It would he difficult to imagine a sample of more pathetically audacious special pleading than that contained in the despatch which we published yesterday from the ...

    Article : 753 words
  5. LONG HOLLOW GOLD RUSH.

    The Long Hollow gold rush seems to have petered out. A report received from Senior-constable Peek, of Tuena, by the Mines Department, states that since the find of Blay and ...

    Article : 123 words
  6. A NEW CAVE AT JENOLAN.

    The Assistant Government Geologist (Mr. J. E. Carne) has received a report from Mr. C. Trickett, the officer in charge of the Jenolan Caves, stating that he has examined and ...

    Article : 203 words
  7. HOW PREFERENCE WORKS IN CANADA.

    That the best test is practical experience is a truism which, thanks to Canada, may be instructively remembered in considering Mr. Chamberlain's project of ...

    Article : 1,446 words
  8. PERSONAL.

    Mr. Edwin H. Lemare will conclude his engagement with the Sydney City Council during the last week in August, and loaves for San Francisco by the Ventura on September 7, ...

    Article : 541 words
  9. "SAVE THE CHILDREN."

    The statement by Dr. T. D. Griffiths at the meeting of the British Medical Association, as reported in our cables yesterday, that infant mortality was increasing ...

    Article : 824 words
  10. ENGLISH COMMERCIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 181 words
  11. GENERAL NEWS.

    One of the most effective speeches against Mr. Chamberlain's preferential scheme was that delivered by Lord Goschen in the House of Lords on June 15. In it he gave what the ...

    Article : 271 words
  12. IN STATE SESSION.

    Two important amending bills were read lite second time--the Land and the Factory and Shops measures. Mr. Crick gave a more or less lucid explanation of the former, which relates ...

    Article : 1,530 words
  13. IN FEDERAL SESSION.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--Mr. Deakin delivered what was conceded by everybody to be an exceedingly able and profoundly interesting speech in moving, in the House of ...

    Article : 1,395 words
  14. THE MAILS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 235 words
  15. TO-DAY.

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  16. ARCHBISHOP KELLY ON THE PRESS.

    In the course of his panegyric on the late Pope at the cathedral yesterday, Archbishop Kelly said, while speaking of Leo's encyclical on "Liberty," that when the newspapers were not ...

    Article : 179 words
  17. THE PLAGUE.

    A special meeting of the Board of Health was hold yesterday, when it was decided that the prohibition against grain imported from Brisbane should be forthwith raised. The board, ...

    Article : 125 words
  18. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  19. DAY LABOR IN THE MOREE DISTRICT.

    A report from the road superintendent at Moree has been brought under the notice of the Minister for Works, which, he says, goes to show that the road work carried out by day labor in ...

    Article : 87 words
  20. PATIENTS IN ASYLUMS.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--The startling assertion is made in a pamphlet issued by the attendants and nurses at Victorian asylums that at two big institutions near Melbourne certain ...

    Article : 148 words
  21. SLEEPERS FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

    That the railway sleepers supplied from this Stale for use in South Africa have given satisfaction is evidenced by the receipt of a further order for the supply of 120,000. The order is ...

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  22. THE MANLY TRAMWAY.

    The Manly tram, which is run by horse-power in its most primitive form, namely, by attaching a horse to the front of the ear, cost the country, Mr. O'Sullivan states. £10,538, or, excluding the ...

    Article : 146 words
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