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  2. RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION.—CHALLENGE CUP TIE.

    There was a fair attendance at the cricket reserve, last Saturday afternoon, and there would probably have been a still larger one if the price of admission had not been raised to ls. As it was the profanum ...

    Article : 947 words
  3. ALONG THE TRACK.

    Pleasant times were those coaching days—twenty, five years back—especially in the western districts of New South Wales, when the gold fever beat high with a feverish pulsation. Then coaching ...

    Article : 1,748 words
  4. LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

    The Agente-Generel for New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia have informed the Right Hon. H. C.Raikes, Postmaster-General, that the colonise decline to re-open the agreement relative to ...

    Article : 373 words
  5. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] ...

    Article : 16 words
  6. WHERE IS THE INSPECTOR OF MINES?

    SIR,—Is the Inspector of Mines dead? If not, he should take a walk around Blackstone now and then. I think it's a high time for him to look after his work, when men are said to be carried home in carts, almost ...

    Article : 112 words
  7. ADELAIDE.

    The Rev. George Moller and his wife have arrived from London, and commence their fifteenth missionary tour. Mr. Muller states that he has not come to the colonies with any intention of enlisting sympathy ...

    Article : 43 words
  8. HOBART.

    Considerable excitement has been caused at Launceston by the discovery of what is supposed to be two cases of small-pox. A woman and child, who were at first supposed to be suffering from a severe ...

    Article : 87 words
  9. A REPLY.

    SIR,—In your issue of yesterday is a letter from Mr. S. Hursthouse, in which he misquotes a statement in my letter, and then "emphatically" denies the misquotation. I scarcely understand him, but ...

    Article : 122 words
  10. IRISH AFFAIRS.

    The Irish leader advise the adoption of simultaneous measures for offering resistance to the steps taken by the Executive for the suppression of the National League and public meetings in connection ...

    Article : 587 words
  11. TYNESIDERS' REUNION.

    A tolerably large gathering of Tynesiders—men, women, and children, including babies in arms—took place, on Saturday evening last, at Hastie's refreshment-rooms, in Nicholas-street. The affair was ...

    Article : 1,059 words
  12. A JUDGE OF ORANGEISM.

    DEAR SIR,—In Saturday's Issue, the 24th instant appears a letter from one who boasts that he is an "Orangeman," a "True Catholic," and a man who "understands Orangeism in its true catholic and ...

    Article : 374 words
  13. BERLIN.

    It is officially announced that Dr. Morell M'Kenzio, the eminent surgeon, has again examined the Price Imperial's throat, and found a gratifying improvement. The Prince has left for Italy, where he will ...

    Article : 38 words
  14. OTTAWA.

    Mr. Stevenson Blackwood, C.B., Secretary to the Imperial Post-Office, has returned to Montreal after making a tour over the Canadian-Pacific route. He believes that no time would be saved in the ...

    Article : 64 words
  15. [By Electric Telegraph.]

    A glove fight between Lawson and Shannon took place last night. Lawson won the match. There was a good battle, fourteen rounds being fought. The room was crowded, and speculation was brisk. ...

    Article : 40 words
  16. SYDNEY.

    An engine and tender attached to goods train ran off the end of a safety-siding at Goulburn, last night, through a defect in the interlocking gear. The engine and tender were considerably damaged. ...

    Article : 585 words
  17. ECHOES FROM DUGANDAN.

    In a late issue of your valuable paper you noticed the opening of the Dugandan railway, and also the proceedings at Dugandan, or Blumbergville, "as some people call it." Allow me to correct you, and ...

    Article : 854 words
  18. AN EXCITING VOYAGE.

    In June last the Cairndhu was wrecked in the South Sea, and a boat was despatched to seek aid. The following graphic narrative of the boat's passage is from the pen of Mr. Norrie, who was in command:— ...

    Article : 633 words
  19. THE AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB SPRING MEETING.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 886 words
  20. MELBOURNE.

    Judgment in the action brought by Mr. C. E. Jones, M.L.A., recover £50 damages from the Argue, forlibel, was delivered, to-day, by Mr. Justice [?] B[?]kett in favour of the plaintiff. His Honour ...

    Article : 281 words
  21. Advertising

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    Advertising : 125 words
  22. A MAN KILLED BY A SWORDFISH.

    In the last bulletin of the U.S. Fish Commission received by the Scientific American, W. A. Wilcox, in a letter to Professor Baird, relates a curious accident that befell Captain Langsford as follows:—"The ...

    Article : 491 words
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