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  2. SECOND EDITION. TERRIBLE TRAGEDY AT FREMANTLE.

    A sensational tragedy occured at Fremantle to-day An Afghan named Absalom Renanok, first attacked a wharf labourer in the street named William Griffiths, whose head he split open with ...

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  3. THE MOUNTAIN MYSTERY. RECOVERY OF A BODY.

    Yesterday afternoon the police in Sydney received information which has the effect of converting the mountain mystery into a mountain tragedy. The message was to the effect that the body of ...

    Article : 801 words
  4. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The bill which recently passed the Assembly providing for the early closing of shops does not meet with the approval of the Rundle-street shopkeepers, who have passed a resolution of ...

    Article : 167 words
  5. SPECIAL CABLES. FROM THE HERALD'S LONDON CORRESPONDENTS. THE QUEEN'S REIGN.

    The Berlin correspondent of the Standard telegraphs that it is the intention of the Emperor and Empress of Germany to visit London in June next year, to ...

    Article : 83 words
  6. VICTORIA. [BY TELEGRAPH.] I (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) THE REVENUE RETURNS.

    The revenue returns were issued from the Treasury this evening. They show that from the 1st July to the 30th ultime the total receipts were £2,586,408, being an increase of ...

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  7. SPECIAL CABLES. FROM THE HERALD'S LONDON CORRESPONDENTS. THE SOUDAN CAMPAIGN.

    The Court, composed of eight Judges, which has been sitting at Alexandria hearing the appeal from the judgment of the Egyptian Mixed Tribunal, which ...

    Article : 149 words
  8. BUTLER'S MOVEMENTS IN GRAFTON.

    Harwood or Butler, supposed to be connected with the Glenbrook mystery, has been identified as an individual who came to Grafton in the middle of September last and stayed at the Post Office Hotel. ...

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  9. ITALY IN AFRICA.

    The Italian Chamber of Deputies last night, by a majority of 157, passed a vote of confidence in the Premier, the Marquis di Rudini, in connection with the attitude ...

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  10. AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENTS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) VICTORIA.

    In the Legislative Council, the Minister of Defence moved the second reading of the Credit Fo[?]r Bill, briefly explaining its provisions and financial position The Municipal Indemnity ...

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  11. CHARGE OF MURDER.

    The Chief Justice and a jury were occupied the whole of to-day with the trial of a young woman named Bessie Mann, o[?]arged with the murder of her son, about 3 years old, by drowning him in ...

    Article : 191 words
  12. DR. JAMESON RELEASED.

    Dr. Jameson has been released from Holloway Gaol. He drove to a private sanatorium. ...

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  13. STRIKE OF MINERS.

    During the last few weeks there has been a considerable amount of friction between the miners employed at the Outtrim mine and the management with regard to the manner in which ...

    Article : 116 words
  14. THE TURKISH ARMY.

    The Daily News states that the Porte has disbanded eight battalions of troops and has reduced the salaries of the soldiery by 25 per cent. ...

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  15. ATTACK ON AN ITALIAN PARTY. '

    Telegraphic advices from Zanzibar report that a large body of Somali natives recently made an attack on a party of Italians, and killed Signor Cecohi, an ...

    Article : 59 words
  16. QUEENSLAND.

    In the Assembly last night the Railway, General, and Southern and Central Division votes were passed. In the Assembly to-day the Premier moved for ...

    Article : 163 words
  17. BUTLER'S MOVEMENTS IN NEWCASTLE.

    The interest attaching to the Blue Mountain mystery continues. Conversing with several of the residents of the Sailors' Home to-day each had a little to contribute to the general stock of ...

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  18. THE MOUNTAIN MYSTERY. ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE INQUEST.

    Dr. Paton and Dr. Taylor (Government medical officers) accompanied by Superintendent Camphin, of the Detective Department, Superintendent Brennan, and Detective Roche left Sydney by the 8 ...

    Article : 186 words
  19. PACIFIC CABLE COMMISSION.

    At the meeting of the Pacific Cable Commission to-day Mr. W. P. Reeves, Agent-General for New Zealand, supported the route adopted by the Sydney ...

    Article : 55 words
  20. WOOL SALES.

    At the wool sales yesterday two firms of selling brokers offered 7916 bales and sold 7014 bales. In consequence of the better news from London, late cable messages reporting that prices are now ...

    Article : 85 words
  21. CHARGE AGAINST GERMAN JOURNALISTS.

    Two journalists have been placed on their trial before the High Court of Justice in Berlin on a charge of having published libellous statements concerning ...

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  22. ST. JAMES'S CHURCH TEMPORARILY CLOSED.

    Owing to the difficulty of providing funds for effecting urgent repairs to St.James' Church of England (one of the oldest buildings in Melbourne), the church has been temporarily closed. ...

    Article : 293 words
  23. THE ARMENIAN MASSACRES.

    As the result of the recent massacres of Armenians, there are 40,000 orphans in Anatolia. Various charities on the Continent have arranged to maintain and ...

    Article : 34 words
  24. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    In the Assembly yesterday Dr.Cockburn said the colony was prohibiting stock coming from South Africa The other colonies were taking the same step. Mr.Hold[?]r said that after the ...

    Article : 340 words
  25. INTERVIEW WITH CONSTABLE DELANEY.

    In an interview with Constable Delaney before I left Linden—" Yes, " he said in answer to questions, "it was a great piece of good fortune to me and my mates that we made the discovery. It was under ...

    Article : 199 words
  26. THE FRENCH ARMY AND NAVY.

    The French Socialist deputies have brought forward a proposal in the Chamber for a reduction in the Army and Navy Estimates by 22,000,000 francs (£880,000); ...

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  27. THE SWANHILDA.

    The four-masted steel barque Swanhilda is Well known in Sydney. She was built at Dumbarton in 1890 by M'Millan and is 2000 tons register. In connection with this sensational business it has been ...

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  28. THE PLAGUE AT BOMBAY.

    The Bubonic plague which recently broke out in Bombay is reported to be increasing. ...

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  29. LONDON DOCK CHARGES.

    A modus vivendi has been arrived at between the London and India Dooks Joint Committee and the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company with ...

    Article : 59 words
  30. THE RAILWAYS IN NEW FOUNDLAND.

    It is reported from St. John's, the capital of Newfoundland, that the Government has decided to assume the control of the railways of the colony. ...

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  31. COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) VICE-REGAL VISIT TO THE JENOLAN CAVES.

    His Excellency Viscount Hampden, Lady Hampden, the Honorables Margaret, Alice, and Dorothy Brand, Captain Sloane Stanley, A.D.C., Mr.Sowerberg and party (9) arrived at the Imperial Hotel on ...

    Article : 152 words
  32. REWARD INCREASED TO £100.

    In a supplement to the Gazette, published yesterday, the subjoined notification appears:— "Chief Secretary's Office, Sydney, 3rd December, 1896. Supposed Murder—Increase of Howard. It is hereby ...

    Article : 72 words
  33. LONDON WOOL SALES.

    At the wool sales this evening prices were firm and business was spirited. The best sorts of scoured wools are relatively the cheapest. ...

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  34. QUEENSLAND. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) FATAL MINING ACCIDENT.

    Mr. Warden Mowbray, of Charters Towers, wired to the Under Secretary for Mines yesterday that a fatal accident occurred at Power's Moonstone Block Extended Mine about ...

    Article : 97 words
  35. THE DOCKERS' STRIKE.

    The dock and wharf labourers on strike it Hamburg for an increase of wages state that they are willing to submit their claims to arbitration. ...

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  36. DISCOVERY OF PRESTON'S BODY.

    The fate of one of the men who disappeared so mysteriously in the Mountains between four and six weeks age, leaving traces which pointed to the conclusion that brutal murders had been committed, ...

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  37. ARRIVAL OF THE VILLE DE LA CIOTAT.

    The M.M.S Ville de [?]a Ciotat, M.Fiasohi, Commander, arrived from Marseilles at 4 p.m. The following are the passengers in the saloon:— FOR ALBANy: Mr.and Mrs.Simon and family. ...

    Article : 162 words
  38. PARKES WATER SUPPLY.

    Mr.Darley, Engineer-in-Chief for Harbours and Rivers, with the assistant engineer, Mr. Price, have arrived. They were met by the Mayor and aldermen, and inspected the sites of the proposed dams for ...

    Article : 95 words
  39. THE KAPAI-VERMONT MINE.

    The Kapai-Vermont Gold-mining Company, New Zealand, is issuing shares to the extent of £110,000 for public sub scription. ...

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  40. THE SUGAR-CANE INDUSTRY.

    It is currently feared that the sugar mills in the district will not be able to crush all the available cane by the end of the year, and that in consequence a considerable quantity will remain ...

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  41. THE REVENUE RETURNS.

    The Treasury returns for November show that the total revenue amounted to £271,546, being a decrease of £15,760 as compared with November last year. The principal decreases were in ...

    Article : 118 words
  42. ARTESIAN BORING.

    The member for the district has received an intimation from the Minister for Mines and Agriculture in regard to the petition from the selectors asking for a bore to be put down between Pil[?]ga and ...

    Article : 106 words
  43. NEW ZEALAND.

    The general elections take place to-morrow, and are creating considerable interest all over the colony. The local option poll also takes place on the same day. The prohibition party has been ...

    Article : 236 words
  44. THE P.AND O. COMPANY.

    The report and balance-shoot of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company show a profit of £180,952 for the year A dividend is declared at the ...

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  45. THE MINING FATALITY AT GUNDAGAI.

    The evidence elicited at the magisterial inquiry, held to-day before Mr.W. Matchell, J.P., at the Bridge Hotel, South Gundagai, touching the death of George Wilson and Stephen Webb, the victims of ...

    Article : 189 words
  46. THE NEW TRAIN SERVICE.

    The subscribers to the 'Sydney Morning Herald are very pleased with the change which has been effected since the 1st instant in the train service.The Herald now circulates here about an hour and a ...

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  47. COMMANDANT BOOTH IN BRISBANE.

    A public meeting was tendered to Commandant and Mrs. Booth at the Opera House to-night, when there was a very large attendance. Previous to the meeting a banquet was given to the ...

    Article : 255 words
  48. THE LATE MR. W. DARGIN.

    An inquest touching the death of Mr.W.Dargin, whose body was found in George River, near Warwick Farm, yesterday, was held this afternoon, before the coroner, Mr.Mackenzie. A verdict of ...

    Article : 83 words
  49. CASE UNDER THE LICENSING AOT.

    A case under the Licensing Act involving a fine point was heard before the police magistrate to-day, when Mrs.Mary Jane Wright, who keeps a small general store l0 miles from town, was summ[?]ned ...

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  50. MISS ETHEL HAYDON.

    Miss Ethel Haydon, the Australian [?]etress, has been engaged by Mr. George Edwardes for the leading part in " The Circus Girl," at the Gaiety Theatre, ...

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  51. THE GLENBROOK SEARCH PARTIES.

    The discovery at Linden has caused intense excitement both here and at Glenbrook. Yesterday the Rev.J. Ta[?]n and a youngman named Percy Bressington went up by boat to the mouth of the ...

    Article : 508 words
  52. EXCITING CHASE AFTER A BURGLAR.

    Two men broke into a dwelling this morning at South Broken Hill, and had collected sundry article together when disturbed in the act. They immediately cleared off across country Constable ...

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  53. A LINGERING DEATH.

    A messenger from the Lake Victoria station today brought news concerning the death of a young man named Robert Price, age l8 years, through exposure. Deceased had been working for a ...

    Article : 168 words
  54. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The contract for the sale of the Great Southern Railway of western Australia to the Government is still unsigned, owing to legal delays. The "Western Australian ...

    Article : 58 words
  55. TASMANIA.

    Dr. L.L.Smith, who was recently fined £1O at Zeehan for practising medicine, he being unregistered, has now been registered under the Medical Board of Tasmania, and he intends ...

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  56. LATE SHIPPING.

    PORT PIRIE.—Departure:December 2,[?]aka (s.), for Sydney. ADELAIDE.—Arrivals:December 3, Innaminoka (s.), from Fre[?]tle: Muttra (s.), from Calcutta; Antje, ...

    Article : 70 words
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