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  2. SPAIN AND AMERICA. THE PHILIPPINES.

    The United States Government, has finally rejected the request by Spain for a modification of the terms of peace insisted on by America. ...

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  3. THE DREYFUS CASE.

    The great public memorial protesting against the prosecntion of Colonel Picquart, by General Zurlinden, the Governor of Paris, and other leaders of the military ...

    Article : 308 words
  4. THE EMPEROR WILLIAM.

    The Emperor William of Germany has returned to Berlin from his visit to the East, having travelled overland from Pola, in the Adriatic. ...

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  5. THE KHALIFA.

    Three weeks ago it was reportcd that a skirmish had taken place between the Khalifa, who escaped from Omdurman when it was occupied by the Anglo-Egyptian ...

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  6. "SWEATING" THE DOCTORS. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' OFFICIALS SPEAK.

    The report of the meeting of the Intercolonial Medical Conference, published in "The Argus" of Saturday, has attracted great attention amongst members of ...

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  7. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1898.

    Within the next few days a settlement of some kind will need to be arrived at with regard to the proposed scheme for the repurchase of land by ...

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  8. ONE MAN ONE VOTE.

    For the second time this session the principle of proportional voting will to-day come before the Legislative Assembly. It is the more important that the principle ...

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  9. THE GERMAN ARMY.

    In pursuance of the decision of the German Government to still further strengthen the army. Bavaria will shortly establish a third army corps. ...

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  10. ABYSSINIA.

    Differences have arisen between France and Russia with regard to ther respective interests in Abyssinia. The differences are increasing. ...

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  11. PREPARING TO OCCUPY HAVANA.

    Preparations are being made by the United States for the occupation of Havana on the evacuation of the city by the Spanish troops. ...

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  12. THE LIPPE-DETMOLD DISPUTE.

    A fortnight ago a great sensation was caused in Germany by the publication of a letter by Count Ernst of Lippe-Biesterfeld, Regent of Lippe-Detmold, one of the small ...

    Article : 633 words
  13. WRECK OF THE MOHEGAN.

    The Board of Trade has held an inquiry into the loss of the steamer Mohegan, which on October 14 was wreeked on the Manacles, a group of rocks a few miles ...

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  14. THE AMERICAN ARMY.

    Mr. Russell Alger, the United States Secretary for War, recommends Congress to increase the number of regular troops, which before the war was 25,000, to ...

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  15. PROFESSOR MARSHALL-HALL.

    Last Thursday, at the meeting of the Presby terian General Assembly, the report of the committee on public questions was submitted by the Rev. Professor Rentoul, ...

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  16. AMERICA IN THE CARIBBEAN.

    The United States Government has obtained from the republic of Colombia permission to establish a naval and coaling station on the Chiriqui Lagoon, on the ...

    Article : 122 words
  17. A KLONDIKE NUGGET.

    A nugget has been discovered on the Klondike gold-held weighing about 2,500oz., and valued at 50,000dol. (£10,000). ...

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  18. THE TURIN EXHIBITION.

    Mr. Finucane, special agent for the Queensland Government in Southern Europe, has been awareded a silver medal for photographs of Queensland exhibited by ...

    Article : 76 words
  19. AFFAIRS IN CHINA. AMERICAN MARINES AT TIENTSIN.

    The United States Government, which, following the example of the European powers, recently sent 20 marines to Peking to protect the American Legation, has now ...

    Article : 68 words
  20. THE CRETAN OUTBREAK.

    Further evidence has been taken respoecting the Moslem outbreak at Candia on September G. during which there was a general massaere of Christians, and a number of ...

    Article : 84 words
  21. RACING IN ENGLAND.

    The principal event at the Manchester meeting, which was concluded to-day, resulted as under:— MANCHESTER NOVEMBER ...

    Article : 109 words
  22. THE NIU-CHWANG RAILWAY.

    "Le Journal de St. Petersburg," a French' newspaper, published in the Russian capital, denies that Russian troops have occupied Niu-chawang, the cheif seaport of ...

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  23. BUSH FIRE NEAR NUMURKAH.

    One of the most destructive bush fires that has yet occurred in these parts broke out in the parish of Ulupna, at a point about 15 miles north of Numurkah, this ...

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  24. BURNING OF A CATHEDRAL.

    St. Mark's Roman Catholic Cathedral, at Wellington, a wooden building, erected 40 years ago, was destroyed by fire this morning. The confiagration was caused by a ...

    Article : 89 words
  25. THE CRETAN FLAG.

    The powers having decided that the Turkish flag shall be retained in Crete, in spite of the objection of the Christians, Prince Georg, the new Governor, has undertaken ...

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  26. A TRAIN ON FIRE.

    A sensational occurrence was reported from Bourke to-night, the Western mail train having caught fire when within 27 miles of that town. The flames were first ...

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  27. THE "MED MULLAH" AGAIN.

    The "mad mullah," who has caused so much trouble on the north-west frontier of india, has reappeared on the Swat River, and severe fighting has taken place ...

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  28. OLD AGE PENSIONS. MR. J.C.NEILDS REPORT.

    Mr. J.C. Neild, M.L.A., who was appointed commissioner to inquire on behalf of the Government into the question of. old age pensions and charitable relief in ...

    Article : 305 words
  29. THE MOUNT MAGNET MURDER.

    Later particulars of the finding of the dismembered body have come to hand from Mount Magnet. It appears that the discovery was made by Mr. Pringle, the ...

    Article : 587 words
  30. THE I.O.R. GENERAL SECRETARY.

    Mr. William Bell, district secretary of the Independent Order of Reehabites, spoke very frankly when questioned on the subject. ...

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  31. MINING IN CHINA.

    Mr. William Pritchard Morgan, M.P. for Merthyr tydvil, has obtained from the Chinese Government a preliminary contract to work certain mines in the ...

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  32. THE SOUTH POLE.

    The Southern Cross, the steamer which carries the Antarctic explorers sent out at the expense of Sir George Newnes, late M.P. for the Newmarket Division of ...

    Article : 81 words
  33. 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 : 55 words
  34. FIRE IN THE CITY.

    A serious fire took place last evening at 212 A'Beckett-street, an extensive twostoried brick facotry, standing in the middle of the block opposite the Telephone ...

    Article : 338 words
  35. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT FROM THE GAS COMPANY.

    For some time past the Metropolitan Gas Company has been suffering from the effects of small peculations, and, in consequence of this, an exhaustive investigation ...

    Article : 396 words
  36. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Charles William Hill, of 28 Cruickshankstreet, Port Melbourne, contractor. Causes of insolvency—Death of wife and horses, loss on contracts, having to pay heayy ...

    Article : 165 words
  37. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Donegan family, trick eyclists, late of Melbourne, have been engaged to appear at the Pavilion Theatre, Whitechapelroad. ...

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  38. MEETING AT BALLARAT.

    A largely-attended public meeting was held in the Mechanics' Institute to-night to discuss the question of old age pensions. Mr. R. T.Vale, M.L.A., presided, and the ...

    Article : 326 words
  39. ILLEGALLY ON PREMISES.

    Thomas White, alias Robert Hardy, alias Arthur Melrose, a recent arrival from West Australia, called at the Willowtree Hotel, Vere-street, Collingwood, on ...

    Article : 155 words
  40. WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

    Probate was granted recently in the Supreme Court of New South Wales to the will and three codicils of Mr. Charles Hill Douglas, of Walla Walla Station, near ...

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  41. LAW NOTICES (THIS DAY).

    At 11 a.m.—Melbourne Tramway and Omnlbus Company Limited v. Mayor, &c., of Fitzroy. Practice Court. Chamber business will be taken by the Chief ...

    Article : 157 words
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