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  2. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    At about 2.30 yesterday afternoon two sailors from the N.D.L. freight steamer Schwaben which is lying at Circular Quay, were standing on a punt painting the stern of that vessel. ...

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  3. FOR WOMEN.

    Questions in connection with servants and situations are continually cropping up suggesting that a small, inexpensive handbook on the laws relating to domestic service would be ...

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  4. SHIPPING.

    Prinz Sigismund, German mail str. (N.D.L. line) 3303 tons, Leuz. from Japan, Hongkong, and Manila via the Islands Passengers: Mr. F. Donnison, Mr. and Mrs. Treml, Dr. Werthelmber, Professor Goodnow and family, ...

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  5. Advertising

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  6. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--The insanitary condition of the Federal Parliament House was very pronounced. to-day, and immediately the Senate met several members urged that ...

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  7. PERSONAL.

    The Governor-General and Lady Northcote will leave Melbourne for New South Wales on Thursday, April 2, and will pay a short visit to Sir Samuel M'Caughey, at Yanco Station. The ...

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  8. FEWER HOTELS.

    When the Local Option Court--consisting of Judge Backhouse, President, and Messrs. Smithers and Macfarlane, S.M.S.--met yesterday morning at Darlinghurst, the first business was ...

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  9. A FRACTURED SKULL.

    An inquest on the body of Charles Cox (40), who died in Sydney Hospital on Monday evening, was held yesterday, afternoon by Mr. F. Murphy. Acting-Coroner. Cox, It seems, was working on ...

    Article : 103 words
  10. SUDDEN DEATH.

    GOULBURN, Thursday.--A case of shockingly sudden death occurred yesterday morning at Roslyn, the victim being a carpenter named Edwards. He had been engaged to carry out ...

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  11. INJURED BY FALLING ROOK.

    PAMBULA, Thursday.--Frank Beath, working at improvements to the Merimbula wharf, was severely Injured, to- day by a fall of rock He was taken to Pambula. Hospital. ...

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  12. SUCCUMBED TO AN OPERATION.

    BALLINA,Thursday.--A young girl. Rose Newlands, of Teven Creek, died in the Ballina Hospital last night. Deceased was suffering from internal ulcers for which she underwent ...

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  13. DANGER OF FIRE.

    Superintendent Webb, of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade, gave further evidence yesterday before the select committee inquiring into the fire dangers of Sydney. He said there, were a ...

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  14. KILLED BY FALL OF ORE.

    HOWELL, Thursday.--A miner named Gagin was killed instantaneously yesterday through five tons of are falling from the roof of the drive stoping in at the Conrad mine. His mate ...

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  15. FALL FROM A TREE.

    EDEN, Thursday.--C. Jess, a pupil attending St. Joseph's Convent school, while playing, fell from a tree and. lacerated his left leg severely, necessitating his removal to Pambula Hospital. ...

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  16. REPATRIATION OF KANAKAS.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--Consideration of the Estimates was resumed in the House of Representatives to-day. Mr. MAHON (W.A.) asked if any payment had ...

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  17. THE POWER-HOUSE.

    The Town Clerk (Mr. Nesbitt) has been engaged during the past few days in hearing an appeal submitted by Mr. H. Broe, one of the junior assistant engineers at the central power ...

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  18. A BULL, A HORSE, AND ITS RIDER.

    LITHGOW, Thursday.--Mr. E. Whalan, of Wallerawang, was out on horseback assisting Mr. Summons to take some cattle to Kerosene Vale, when a bull which was among a mob broke ...

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  19. MAN'S BRAINS BLOWN OUT.

    DUBBO, Thursday.--This morning, Arthur Massey, a young man of 20, son of a well-known musician, was found dead in the police paddock with his brains blown out and a ...

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  20. IN THE THRONG.

    Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Adrian, prior to leaving Lismore for Sydney, have been farewelled, and have received, a number of parting gifts. Mr. Adrian, who has been police magistrate for nine ...

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  21. CASE OF SNAKEBITE.

    BALLINA, Thursday.--Alfred Dawson, who was camped at Tintenbar, was bitten by a black snake on the hand yesterday, when, lifting a box in his tent. Dawson's dog killed the snake. ...

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  22. HIBERNIANS IN CONFERENCE.

    The annual district meeting of the Hibernian Australasian Catholic Benefit Society was resumed at the Trades-hall yesterday. Bro J. L. Mullen presided. ...

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  23. MINER INJURED.

    BULLI, Thursday.--This afternoon, a miner named Cavanah, working at Bulli colliery, met with a serious accident. It appears he had prepared to shoot down a fall of coal, and fired the ...

    Article : 94 words
  24. QUEENSLAND STATE PARLIAMENT.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.--In the Assembly to-day Mr. Blair gave notice of the introduction of a bill to amend the Constitution of Queensland to permit of reference to the electors of ...

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  25. CLARA BUTT-RUMFORD CHARITY CONCERT.

    This morning the half-crown tickets will be issued for to-morrow night's farewell concert to be given by Mme Clara Butt and Mr. Kenneriey Rumford at Paling's and Searl's Sears ...

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  26. VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH.

    LISMORE, Thursday.--A magisterial inquiry was held to-day into the drowning on Sunday last at Jiggi of James Garbett and a verdict of accidental death was' recorded. ...

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  27. MAN TERRIBLY CRUSHED AT THE DYKE.

    NEWCASTLE, Thursday.--Albert Johanson, belonging to the ship Sound of Jurd, was terribly crushed in the railway yards at Carrington, to-night. He was endeavoring to reach his ...

    Article : 85 words
  28. WEDDINGS.

    JURD--ROBINS.--At the Presbyterian Church Alstonville, on Wednesday, the 18th inst, Leonard Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jurd, German Creek, was married to Jessic Maud, daughter of ...

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  29. DEPUTATIONS.

    The construction of scaffolding and of lifts formed the subject of a deputation to the Minister for. Work yesterday morning. The deputation included Mr. Marshall (president of the Sydney Labor Council) and a number of ...

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  30. JOCKEY KILLED.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--At Maffra races, t o-day, a boy, Jacobs who rode Idol In the pony race, was killed by running into a post, being unable to see through the thick dust. ...

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  31. SHOWERS IN THE COUNTRY.

    Light showers have fallen at three stations in Eastern Riverina and on the south western slopes Corowa had 4 points, Germanton 3, and Tocumwall 2. ...

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  32. SUDDEN DEATH AT SEA.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.--"When the A.U.S.N. Company's steamer, Kanowna arrived at Port Adelaide from West Australia on Thursday. morning it was reported that the chief steward. ...

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  33. QUEENSLAND RAINFALL.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.--The Divisional Meteorological Office reports that rain has been registered during the 24 hours ending 9 a.m. to-day. at the following reporting stations in Queensland:-- ...

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  34. DEATH AT SEA.

    PERTH (W.A.), Thursday.--Mr. T. A. Hart, chief engineer of the R.M.S. Omrah, died on the 21st inst during the run between Colombo and Fremantle and was burled at sea. ...

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  35. PAINTERS STRIKE EXTENDING.

    Mr. Lilbury (hon secretary to the Master Painters' strike committee explained yesterday, in regard to the strike of the employees, that the employers were simply marking time. All the ...

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  36. AMUSEMENTS.

    The New South Wales Police Band will perform in Prince Alfred Park at 8 o'clock this evening. The R.A.A. Band will play in Centennial Park ...

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  37. KILLED ON THE RAILWAY.

    NEWCASTLE, Thursday,--A young, man, named James Cameron M'Hattie a son of Senior-detective M'Hattie met with a shocking death at the Hamilton railway station late last ...

    Article : 292 words
  38. AN ABANDONED INFANT.

    At about 8.45 last night a little baby girl, about three weeks old, was found on a doorstep in Albion-street, Paddington, The mite seemed to have suffered in no was from her abandonment, and was well dressed ...

    Article : 48 words
  39. LATE MINING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 270 words
  40. DEPARTURE OF THE SALAMIS.

    A large number of passengers will leave by the Aberdeen liner Salamis at noon to-day for South Africa and London and when departure is' taken from Fremantle the accommodation of ...

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  41. PYRMONT BRIDGE.

    Messrs. M'Neill and David Storey. Ms.L.A., introduced a deputation to the Minister, for Works yesterday, and asked that the approach to Pyrmont Bridge might be extended in order to provide a lighter gradient. A plan ...

    Article : 128 words
  42. SWEATING IN THE HOMES.

    Mr. MEAGHER rose, on the motion for the adjournment of the Legislative Assembly, last night to ask the Premier if he would into his industrial Disputes Bill some provision ...

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  43. HURSTVILLE WEST SCHOOL.

    Mr. Varney Parkes M.L.A., introduced a deputation to the Minister for Public Instruction yesterday. morning, who asked for increased accommodation at the Hurstville West Public School. ...

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  44. TRADE OF THE BISMARCK ARCHIPELAGO.

    The German mail steamer Prinz Sigismund brought a record cargo of copra from the Bismarck Archipelago yesterday, amounting to 11,800 sacks. Mr. C. Forsyth, who was a ...

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  45. RAILWAY FROM CAM HEN TO THE OAKS.

    Mr. Downes, M.L.A. yesterday introduced a deputation to the Minister for Works from the Oaks Railway League, which for some time had been making efforts to have a railway constructed from Camden to the Oaks a distance ...

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  46. LATE SPORTING.

    BATHURST, Thursday.--Shooting for a trophy, presented by Mr. H. Cambell, L. D. Marshall secured a leg-in with 10 kills. Sweepstakes resulted as follows:-- No. 1, divided by j. Carpenter and . Press, with six ...

    Article : 58 words
  47. Advertising

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  49. RECALCITRANT CHINESE.

    Fifteen of the Chinese crew of the Norwegian steamer Christian Michelsen lying at Parbury's Wharf refused [?] last night The captain [?] matter to the Water Police who arrested them [?] ...

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  50. LATE COMMERCIAL.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.) Thursday.--A shipment of Adelaide grapes ex Maheno realised at action 3[?] to 5 Sydney. lots sold at 3 to 4[?] ...

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