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    THE Bungendore corps has set a good example in choosing some other and more neutral tint for their uniform than the glaring scarlet which is almost peculiar to British troops. Independently of the ...

    Article : 871 words
  4. Telegrams.

    AT yesterday's wool sales there was fair competition; scoured reached I8d, washed fleece I2d, greasy 6d to 8d. The patriotic fund has reached £34,700. ...

    Article : 200 words
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    THE number of British soldiers who have fallen at the hands of foes whose weapons have been obtained either directly or indirectly from enterprising and imprudent ...

    Article : 767 words
  6. The Bega Rape Case.

    IT will be remembered that at the last central Criminal Court, before Mr. Justice Windeyer, seven men were convicted of rape, and were sentenced to death. The names of the men were Robert Twyford, ...

    Article : 133 words

    The failure of the Suez Canal conference has irritated the French Government. The House of Commons has accepted the Lord's amendments in the Re-distribution of ...

    Article : 77 words
  8. The Fire Brigade Rate.

    A SPECIAL meeting of the Borough Council was held on Tuesday morning last to rescind a motion imposing a fire brigade rate of one penny in the pound. There were present—the Mayor and ...

    Article : 127 words
  9. The Sick Members of the Contingent at Colombo.

    THE following telegram has been received by Lord Agustus Loftus from the Governor of Western Australia, who, on his voyage to Perth, called in at Colombo and visited the hospital in which the sick ...

    Article : 313 words
  10. The Division of Runs.

    THE Department of Lands is experiencing considerable difficulty in finally notifying the division of pastoral holdings by reason of the dilatoriness of lessees in replying to letters ...

    Article : 287 words

    The Duke and Duchess of Connaught arrived here to-day, from India. The grapes per R.M.S. Khedive have been sold at an average of 2d per pound. ...

    Article : 847 words
  12. Narrow Escape.

    A young man named James Hockey, a resident of Windellima, had a norrow escape from a fatal accident on Monday last. He was engaged in drawing timber, and whilst in the act of hooking the chain ...

    Article : 105 words
  13. A New Hospital Required.

    AT the close of the inquests hold yesterday in the hospital, the coroner complained of the inconvenient smallness of the room allotted for holding such enquiries in. This being the only room available ...

    Article : 78 words
  14. A Drunkard's Penalty.

    ON Tuesday night William Nelson, fourth officer of the steamer Triumph, lying at Grafton Wharf, reported to the police that a man, name unknown (but supposed to be one ...

    Article : 144 words
  15. Serious Accident.

    A CHILD named Thomas Mullaly, an orphan living with Mrs. Raward, sustained a severe accident on Sunday last by a kick from a horse. The little boy, who is six years of age, was out walking on the day ...

    Article : 147 words

    YESTERDAY afternoon Mr. Betts (coroner) commenced two inquests touching the deaths of Michael Spellacy and John Rice, whose deaths in the institute are announced in another column. It will ...

    Article : 1,256 words
  17. MORSELS.

    The Simpson's-road bank robbers were brought before the City Police Court, Melbourne, on Tuesday, and were further remanded for a week. The detectives are confident of being able to recover the whole of the ...

    Article : 571 words
  18. Lecture.

    ON Saturday evening next Mr. Angus Mackay (a member of the Board of Technical Education) will deliver a lecture in the Mechanics' Institute on "Technical Education in Now South Wales." It is ...

    Article : 77 words
  19. TARALGA.

    A MOST daring robbery was reported to our police on Sunday as having taken place on the previous afternoon at the Chatsbury Hotel, half-way between here and Goulburn. ...

    Article : 823 words
  20. To-day's Police Court.

    ONE drunk pleaded guilty, and was fined 5s; or, in default, 24 hours imprisonment in the lockup. PROTECTION. Thos. Fay, who was renamed last week pending ...

    Article : 62 words
  21. Shocking Fatal Accident.

    THE man who was killed by a street collision in Sydney on Tuesday was named Thomas Bonest He was in the employ of Mr. J. Farmer, dairyman, of Bourke-street, Waterloo, as general servant. An ...

    Article : 280 words
  22. Football.

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  23. The Arrival of the Contingent.

    ON Friday morning next a posse of mounted police, consisting of the superintendent, two subinspectors, and 18 men, will leave Goulburn by special train to be present at the demonstration in ...

    Article : 44 words
  24. Address.

    SIR HENRY PARKES'S address on "Life Glimpses of Great Men and Noble Women" will be delivered in the Mechanics' Institute to-morrow (Friday) evening. The proceeds will be devoted to the ...

    Article : 52 words
  25. Amended Volunteer Regulations.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 436 words
  26. Goulburn Cadet Corps.

    THE attention of members of the above is directed to an advertisement in another column notifying that they will proceed to Sydney next Monday by the 11 a.m. train, to take part in the demonstration ...

    Article : 64 words



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