LONDON, July 18. # Rowley, the Sydney runner, finished third in the hundred metres championship at Paris. At the wool* sales good competition is being maintained, with an upward tendency. BRISBANE, July 18 Mr J. J. Darling, who captained the last Australian cricket team sent to England, is leaving this colony to settle in Tasmania. SYDNEY, July 18. The death is announced of Mr McAdoo, the leader of the Fisk Jubilee Singers, and of Mr W. Cowlishaw, well-known in shipping and military circles. Mr Ross, a representative of the South African Chartered Company, has arrived here on the look-out for cattle for Rhodesia. This Day. The Premier will probably introduce a bill this session to prevent a Member of a State Parliament fiom also holding a seat in the Federal Parliament of Australia, CHRISTCHURCH, July 18. Mr William White, who represented Sydenham in the House of Representatives from 1881 to 1886, and who for many years took a prominent part in local politics, died to-day. NAPIER, This Day. Nelson Bros, Ld., recei ved the following cable yesterday:—At the frozen meat market to-day the quotations were—Best Canterbury 4}d • Dunedin and Southland not quoted; best Napierand orfchlsland 4d; lamb first quality 4|dj second 4.-Bd.
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MISCELLANEOUS., Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XXXIV, Issue 169, 20 July 1900
MISCELLANEOUS. Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XXXIV, Issue 169, 20 July 1900
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