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  2. THE NILE QUESTION. BRITISH ARMAMENTS.

    Although the Fashoda difficulty is now settled by France's undertaking to evacuate the position on the White Nile, the naval and military preparations by Great Britain ...

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  3. AFFAIRS IN CHINA.

    An interesting ceremony has taken place in the Imperial palace at Peking. The Empress Dowager gave audience to the Japanese Minister on the occasion of ...

    Article : 104 words
  4. FRENCH POLITICS.

    In announcing the policy of the Governmen in the French Chamber of Deputies, M. Dupuy, the new Premier, referring to the Dreyfus ease, promised to ensure the ...

    Article : 75 words
  5. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Full Court to-day, on the application of the Commercial Bank of Australia, appointed a receiver for the municipality of Lambton, to collect the rates of the ...

    Article : 257 words
  6. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION DELAYED.

    In one of its periodical spasms of financial virtue, Parliament in 1893 decided that in future, whenever a railway was built, those who benefited by its construction should ...

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  7. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER [?], 1898.

    Very rarely have Assembly members admitted so frankly as was done during the last debate on the Land Bill that a quarrel is being prepared on set ...

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  8. "DISEASE MEANS SIN."

    The Society of Medical Officer, of Health of Victoria has only been in existence for a couple of years, but it has done good work in educating the younger of its ...

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  9. SWEATING IN MELBOURNE.

    At the annual demonstration of the Anti-Sweating League, held in the Temperance-hall some weeks ago, many representatives of trades delivered speeches in ...

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  10. PRINCE LOUIS NAPOLEON.

    The Paris journal "La Patrie" asserts that Russia is secretly supporting Prince Louis Napoleon, younger brother of Prince Victor Napoleon, the bend of the house of ...

    Article : 164 words
  11. MOVEMENT OF TROOPS NEAR PEKING.

    A few days ago a proposal was made by Baron von Heyking, the German Minister at Poking, that the powers should seize the railway which connects Tientsin, ...

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  12. DUSTSTORM AT WHITE CLIFFS.

    A tremendous duststorm, many miles in extent, with clouds of dust, tinged by the sun's rays with varying hues, came down upon White Cliffs, on the Darling, to-day, ...

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  13. THE STRATHMERTON MURDER.

    The fate of Alfred Archer, who was sentenced to death for the murder of his mate, William James Matthews, at the Ulupna Creek, in September last, was considered ...

    Article : 393 words
  14. THE QUEENSLAND BANK TRIAL.

    At the Queensland National Bank trials to-day, Mr. Edward Griffiths, the accountant to the Treasury, was examined. He gave evidence dealing with the audit made ...

    Article : 308 words
  15. THE TSUNG-LI-YAMEN.

    Shu-King--Cheng, formerly Chinese Minister to Russia, and lately Minister at Berlin, has been appointed a member of the Tsung-li-Yamen. ...

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  16. A TUG-BOAT RUNS ASHORE.

    Messrs, J. and A. Brown's tug-boat Port Jackson, while towing the schooners Hannah Nicholson and Handa Isle, went ashore this morning near Catherine Hill Bay, on ...

    Article : 119 words
  17. CONSPIRACY IN BRAZIL.

    A number of persons have been tried at Rio de Janeiro for being concerned in a conspiracy to murder Senhor Prudente de Moraes Barros, the President of Brazil. ...

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  18. MAJOR MARCHAND'S FORCE.

    Definite instructions have now been sent by the French Government to Major Marchand, who a few days ago arrived at Cairo, to withdraw his force from ...

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  19. THE POLITICAL CRISIS IN JAPAN.

    The Ministry of Count Okuma, which succeeded that of Marquis Ito, in June last, having lesigned a few days ago in consequence of internal dissensions, a new ...

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  20. THE MACLEAY ELECTION.

    At the sitting of the Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the charges made against the Minister for Public Works, in connection with the late Hastings-Macleay ...

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  21. GAS EXPLOSION IN WASHINGTON.

    A disastrous explosion of gas has occurred in the vaults of the Supreme Court at Washington, which are beneath the Senate Chamber in the Capitol. ...

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  22. TROUBLE IN SIAM.

    It is reported that a French Roman Catholic Church at Bangkok, the capital of Siam, has been broken into and pillaged by a number of Siamese police and soldiers. ...

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  23. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    Dr. Ashburton Thompson, the president of the Board of Health, states that, although some alarm is felt in Sydney as to the bubonic plague reaching here, there is little ...

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  24. THE WITHDRAWAL FROM FASHODA.

    The Russian newspapers approve of the decision of France to withdraw from Fashoda, considering that the French Government has taken the safest course under ...

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  25. THE ANARCHISTS.

    Fresh outrages are threatened by the anarchists. They declare that they will take the life of the Italian Premier, General Pelloux, and explode dynamite bombs ...

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  26. THE PHILIPPINES.

    The attitude of the United States towards Spain, and especially the demand for the cession of the Philippine Islands, under the threat of a renewal of the war, ...

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  27. WOMAN SUFFRAGE.

    A public meeting was held at the Mechanics' Institute tonight in advocacy of the enfranchisement of women. Mr. E. D. Williams, M.L.A., presided. ...

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  28. INTERNATIONAL POLO.

    A return match between the polo teams who represented England and Victoria in the game which was played on the Moonee Valley racecourse on Wednesday took place yesterday on ...

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  29. QUEENSLAND.

    The steamer Maori King has loaded 1,100 quarters of frozen beef for London. The steamer Culgoa will take 3,000 quarters of frozen beef to Manila. ...

    Article : 127 words
  30. CRICKET IN INDIA.

    A splendid score has been made by Prince Ranjitsinhji in India. Playing with an eleven of Patiala against a military team from Ambala, in the ...

    Article : 92 words
  31. FATE OF A SPANISH CRUISER.

    The Spanish cruiser, the Infanta Maria Theresa, a vessel of Admiral Cervera's squadron, which was sunk off Santiago de Cuba by the American fleet early in July ...

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  32. AJOR MARCHAND' S RUSE.

    Lord Kitchener has contradicted the story published by the "Daily Chronicle" with regard to the action of Major Marchand at Fashoda. ...

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  33. PROHIBITING QUEENSLAND MEAT.

    The Premier has communicated with Mr. Reid, Premier of New South Wales, urging that the recent prohibition against the importation into New South Wales of ...

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  34. GIPPSLAND PROVINCE ELECTION.

    Mr. Hoddinott, who arrived here yesterdav for the purpose of addressing the clectors this evening, has had to postpone his meeting, as he has been attacked by ...

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  35. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The annual meeting of the Children's Hospital was held to-day. For the first time in its history the hospital was not able to make both ends meet, the deficiency ...

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  36. NAVAL PREPARATIONS.

    The British Government is actively continning its preparations for placing the naval and military defences of the country in a thoroughly efficient position. ...

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  37. ADDRESS BY MR. P. BRENNAN.

    Mr. P. Brennan, one of the candidates for the Gippsland Province election, addressed a representative meeting of electores to-night. The mayor (Councillor ...

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  38. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT BY A CIVIL SERVANT.

    During last week an investigation was made into what was believed to be irregularities in the office of Mr. Henty St. John Somerset, paymaster to the Treasury, with ...

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  39. EASTERN CATHOLICS.

    Russia has addressed a note to the Vatican in support of France's claim to be regarded as protector of the Catholics in Asiatic Tutkey, and in opposition to the ...

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  40. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The inquest on the body of Michael Waters was opened this morning. The deceased, who was about 30 years of age, was dry-blowing on the Reefer's Trident lease ...

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  41. MAIL STEAMERS.

    F.M.S. Australian arrived at Marscilles on the 6th inst. ...

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  42. SUDDEN DEATH IN A CHURCH.

    A baptismal service in the Knightsbridge Baptist Church on Sunday evening had a sad sequel. The minister was about to pronounce the benediction, when Mr. ...

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  43. LAW NOTICES (THIS DAY).

    At Half-past 10 a.m.—Re Aberdeen White Star line. (Before Mr. Justice Williams, Mr. Justice Holroyd, and Mr. Justice Hood.) ...

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  44. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A baronetey has been conferred on Lieut.-Colonel H. D. Davies, M.P., the retiring Lord Mayor of London. The estate of Mr. Samuel Plimsoll, well ...

    Article : 103 words
  45. THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL.

    In response to the urgent appeal on behalf of the Children's Hospital which has been made by the committee, and warmly seconded by Lady Madden, we have ...

    Article : 302 words
  46. DISTRESSED FARMERS' FUND.

    The annual meeting of the Drought Distressed Farmers' Fund, which was started by the "South Australian Register" two years ago, was held to-day. The donutions ...

    Article : 112 words
  47. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Defence department has made complete arrangements to mobilise the volunteers in all the chief cities whenever the occasion arises. ...

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  48. THE KAWATIRI SAFE.

    The steamer Kawatiri arrived safely at Strahan on Sunday night, after aharassing passage from Hobart. She first put into Port Davey for shelter, and afterwards, ...

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  49. FIRES IN THE SUBURBS.

    A serious fire of unknown origin occurred early yesterday morning at 109 Green-street, Richmond, a four-roomed dwelling, owned by Mr. F. Madigan, and ...

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  50. KILLED BY A FALLING TREE.

    A peculiar fatal accident is reported from Wirrabara. George Pycroft, aged 23, was felling timber in the forest, when a tree, which had just been sawn through, in ...

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  52. QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT.

    In the Assembly to-day the Local Works Loan Act Amendment Bill extending the time for the repayment of the principal of loans granted to local authorities was read ...

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  53. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Michael Pender, of 64 Elm-street, North Melbourne, labourer in the Railway department. Causes of insolvency—Adverse judgment in the court, sickness of self, wife, and ...

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