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  2. A SUDDEN DEATH.

    Yesterday a very old resident of the district, in the person of Mrs Charlo[?]e Woods, wife of Mr John Woods, of John-street, died suddenly at her ...

    Article : 315 words
  3. BRITISH COAL STRIKE.

    The coal-miners on strike spent the week end at football matches, coursing matches, picture theatres, and music halls. ...

    Article : 567 words
  4. LOCAL NEWS.

    Changes in the staff at the local telegraphic office have been rather numerous during the last twelve months, and yet another one has taken place, in the ...

    Article : 137 words
  5. PARLIAMENT.

    The first business taken in the legislative Assembly on Monday evening was a motion by. Mr Wood, dissenting from the action of the Speaker in ...

    Article : 416 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 125 words
  7. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET

    The following are the latest, Sussexstreet prices:— Hay—Choice lucerne hay (large bales) 3/9) to 4/: ewt, good 3/3, good ...

    Article : 64 words
  8. BRISBANE STRIKE.

    Despite farther meetings, it is thought unlikely that the Brisbane Union officials will succeed in bringing about a general strike. ...

    Article : 144 words
  9. Pastures Protection Board.

    A meeting of the Singleton Pastures Protection Board was held yesterday. The Chairman (Mr. A. S. Pankhurst) presided, and the attendance was a small ...

    Article : 215 words
  10. The Singleton Argus

    There has been a considerable degree of Liberal activity, in regard to organising work, in the city and suburbs, as well as in the country centres, during ...

    Article : 633 words
  11. DECLARED OFF.

    Mr Coyne, M. L. A., the principal strike leader, has officially declared the strike off, and stated that all the trades Out, including the wharf-laborers and ...

    Article : 141 words
  12. "The Devil's Pool"

    It will be seen by advertisement in this issue that "The Devil's Pool." a sensational Irish drama will be staged at the Mechanics Institute on Monday ...

    Article : 70 words
  13. LATE CABLES.

    Calgary (Alberta), Tuesday.-The [?] leged discovery of gold at Cochrane [?] "fizzled" out. Hundreds of minets rushed to the locality when the [?] ...

    Article : 58 words
  14. Wanted a Dairy Farm.

    A resident of the Tumut district writes to this journal, to the effect that she is desirous of setting a dairy of from 39 to 100, or more, cows, on the share system ...

    Article : 82 words
  15. CANADIAN CADETS.

    Vanconver, Tuesday.—Official per[?] sion has been accorded to the Vanco[?] Cadets to tour Australia and New Zealand, and probably Tasmania. A ...

    Article : 44 words
  16. REVOLT IN MEXICO.

    Mexico City, Tuesday.—An order has been issued that all United States citizens must leave Mexico in consequence of the disturbed state of the country, ...

    Article : 80 words
  17. Pastures Protection Board and Inspector.

    It will be recollected that there has been considerable friction between the Singleton Pastures Protection Board and the Stock Inspector, consequent upon a ...

    Article : 174 words
  18. Close of Session About Easter.

    The Government hopes to close the present session of Parliament not later than Easter. The rushing process began in the ...

    Article : 92 words
  19. DEVOURED BY WOLVES.

    Fort William, Tuesday.—A [?] party found a missing mail carrier [?] Nipigon Lake, in Ontario, partly [?] by wolves. The mail bags had also been ...

    Article : 68 words
  20. UNRULY SUFFRAGETTES.

    The magistrates are dealing severely with the window breaking suffragettes, and have sentenced them to hard labor Those who have been punished ...

    Article : 62 words
  21. THE BRITISH ARMY.

    London, Tuesday.-Colonel S[?]y, the Parliamentary Under-secretary to the War Office, introducing the Army [?] mates in the House of Commons [?] ...

    Article : 85 words
  22. THE LITHGOW STRIKE.

    Two questions in relation to the Lithgow strike were put by mr. Heuley to the Premier in the Legislative Assembly on Monday evening. First Mr. Henky ...

    Article : 266 words
  23. Death of Mr Thomas Lambkin.

    Mr Thos. Lambkin, an old and respected resident of the district, passed away at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. R. Cox, Wattle Ponds, on Tuesday night, ...

    Article : 117 words
  24. A SUPREME COURT JUDGE.

    Mr Acting-Justice D. G. Ferguson was sworn in to-day as a Judge on the Supreme Court Bench, and the AttorneyGeneral tendered his congratulations. ...

    Article : 157 words
  25. TRAGEDY ON EXPRESS TRAIN.

    A terrible tragedy has occurred on one of the express trains on the Eastern France Railway. It appears that Albert Koenig the engine-driver, had been ...

    Article : 66 words
  26. Five Million People Affected.

    Five million men. women. and children are directly affected by the coal strike. The suburban trains are immensely ...

    Article : 95 words
  27. FIRING IN THE COMMONS

    London. Tuesday.—The man Henry who created a sensation in the [?] hall of the House of Commons by [?] a revolver, was again brought before [?] ...

    Article : 50 words
  28. ELECTION EXPENSES.

    At the Melbourne District Court on Monday, before Mr Tanner. P.M., Frank Herbert Goode Cornwall, a solicitor, of 21 Winter-street. Malvern, who [?] ...

    Article : 236 words
  29. SINGLETON MARKETS.

    At the Shire yards yesterday, fat cattle were in fairly heavy supply, to a good attendance of buyers Competition was keen, and values all round were firm [?] ...

    Article : 224 words
  30. 32/- A WEEK.

    The Royal Commission to inquire into the sugar industry opened at Maclean on. Monday. Mr R. J. M'Donald, secretary of the ...

    Article : 131 words
  31. ITALIAN AND TURKISH WAR.

    A great blow has been sustained by the Italian nation through the loss of Admiral Aubry. the commander of her naval forces since the declaration of the ...

    Article : 61 words
  32. HEAVY RAINS IN QUEENSLAND.

    Heavy falls of rain are reported from the Maryborough district. The city had 12in. and Pialba 12in A report sent to the Commissioner for Railways states ...

    Article : 50 words
  33. A LUNG IN A BOTTLE.

    An extraordinary story has been circulated in regard to the Greenvale (Vic.) Sanatorium for Consumptives. It has been said that an exhibit of a bottle ...

    Article : 103 words
  34. CHARGE AGAINST A MACLEAN SOLICITOR.

    At Maclean, on February 18, a charge of false pretences was preferred against Harold R. Baruier, solicitor, practising at Maclean, by a local auctioneer ...

    Article : 83 words
  35. THE SUFFRAGETTES AGAIN.

    A few days ago some statements in opposition to granting the suffrage to women were made by some men of supposed light and leading in England, but ...

    Article : 538 words
  36. CHINESE MUTINY.

    The Chinese Government has pardoned 1000 of the Feng Tai mutineers. and put at their disposal a special train to convey them to Chon. ...

    Article : 35 words
  37. EDUCATION OFFICER DEAD.

    Mr .James M'Creadie. who worked his way up from a pupil teacher to Undersecretary in the Education Department, died this morning, aged 66. ...

    Article : 32 words
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