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    BEFORE the Police-Magistrate and Messrs. S. Meyer, E. Gillespie, and W. Gale, Js.P STEALING TWO SHIRTS. Joseph Wolf, a hawker, was charged with ...

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    The Exchequer Division of the High Court of Justice has decided that Mr. H. Brooks, of the firm of Brooks, Robinson, and Co., Melbourne, who resides in England, is liable to be assessed ...

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    ONLY one application at the lands office on Thursday last, viz., lease of 133 acres in the parish of Lampton, applied for by Martin Tully. The weather a week ago seemed inclined to ...

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    A week had passed away, and Lady Evelyn had taken no note of time. Once when she was leaning out of the window, she fancied that she had heard ...

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  6. Supposed Loss of the Firth of Olna.

    It is believed that the barque Firth of Olna, which sailed from Java on December 27 last year for the United Kingdom, was lost in a cyclone in January last. ...

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  7. Privy Council Appeal Case.

    In the appeal case, Farnell versus Bowman, the Privy Council has affirmed the judgment of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, the appellant paying the costs. ...

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  8. The Operation of the Crimes Act.

    Thirty-one counties in Ireland have been proclaimed under the Crimes Ac t. ...

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  9. Arrest of Alsatian Soldiers for Conspiracy.

    Eight Alsatian soldiers have been arrested at Mayence for conspiring with the French Patriotic League against German authority. ...

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    THE Premier returned to town this morning and resumed his duties. His health has been considerably benefitted by his western tour ...

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    SMALL DRBTS COURT, MONDAY.—Before Messrs. Cox and Carter.—R. J. Stephenson sued Thomas Jones, of Lost River, for the sum of £2 6s 11d for goods sold and delivered. Defendant did not ...

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  12. The Egyptian Question.

    It is announced that Rustein Pasha, the Turkish Ambassador; has made proposals to Lord Salisbury for commencing fresh negotiations regarding the Egyptian question on a basis ...

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  13. The Mails.

    The P. and O. Company's R.M.S. Clyde arrived at Plymouth on the morning of 22nd instant. ...

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    Some 30 cases were set down for hearing at the sitting of the above court, which opened on Wednesday last, the majority being undefended. A number of minor cases were dealt with. ...

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  15. The Hanlan-Gaudaur Race.

    The Race between Edward Hanlan and Jacob Gaudaur on Lake Calumet, North America, yesterday, for the championship of America and a money prize, resulted in Hanlan defeating ...

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  16. Shocking Suicide at Newcastle.

    On Friday evening, at 6 o'clock, James Broadway, residing in Blane-street, Newcastle, committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with a revolver. Deceased was about 28, ...

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  17. Proclaimed Districts In Ireland.

    Limerick, Kerry, Cork, and Clare have been proclaimed as districts coming within the operation of the recently passed Irish Crimes Bill. The Right Hen. A. J. Balfour, Chief Secretary ...

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  18. Fruit Exportation.

    The report of the experts who examined the shipment of oranges which arrived by the Orient Company's s.s Lusitania is to the effect that the oranges rapidly decayed because they were ...

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    A ROAD TO THE STATION.—Some 12 months ago an agitation was started here with a view of obtaining either a platform on the railway line, where it crosses the road from here to ...

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  20. Wreck of the Barque Gange.

    ANOTHER marine disaster has to be added to the long list of casualties which have occurred outside Port Phillip Heads. News was received early on Sunday morning that the Austrian ...

    Article : 535 words
  21. A Threatened Policy of Retaliation.

    A deputation representing 16 trades unions waited on the Prime Minister to urge that steps should be taken to secure the abolition of the sugar bounties. The deputation pleaded that ...

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  22. Jubilee Naval Review.

    The Jubilee naval review took place off Spithead on Saturday, and was in every respect a great success. The fleet, which was divided into two columns, comprised 26 armoured and 9 ...

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  23. Accident to a Mail Train.

    AN accident happened to the mail train arriving at Albury from Melbourne at midnight on Friday. Soon after crossing the Murray bridge the train ran into some horses which strayed on ...

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  24. The Weather at Crookwell.

    A Crookwell telegram of Saturdays says:—Thursday was a comparatively fine day at Crookwell and the forenoon of Friday was also fair, but between 3 and 4 o'clock rain again set ...

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  26. Sir Henry Parkes' Trip in the West.

    THE Premier had another enthusiastic reception at a banquet at Parkes on Saturday night. The local hall was crowded and many ticket-holders were unable to gain admission. The ...

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  27. A Series of Burglaries at Penrith.

    SEVERAL cases of burglary occurred at Penrith on Wednesday night. The Presbyterian Church was broken into through the window; a pool of blood was on the ...

    Article : 189 words
  28. Carrington Handicap.

    THE official decision in the final heat of the Fourth Carrington Electric Light Handicap was as follows—J. Rowan, 44½ yards, 1; F. Budd, 41 yards, 2; J. H. King, 41 yards, 3; T. T. ...

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    NEW INDUSTRY.—We understand that dairying on an extensive scale will commence before long at Currandooley, near Bungendore, as the enterprising manager (J. M. Atkinson, Esq.) is about ...

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  30. To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post.

    DEAR MR. EDITOR,—If you could possibly lay baits for the Gundaroo correspondent and the Gunninderra Wizard you would receive the thanks of some of your subscribers. I feel sure ...

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    Before W. F. Rutledge and N. Powell, Js.P. John Leahy v. John Sparrow-ejectment. Mr. H. S. Gannon for plaintiff, and Mr. A. M. Betts for defendant, who put in a plea cause ...

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