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  2. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET.

    Another rather pleasant day favored the continuance of the match between Victoria and New South Wales, on the Melbourne Cricket-ground, and, being a ...

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  3. THE DREYFUS CASE. THE MADAME HENRY FUND.

    It was recently announced that the reactionary and military party in France had subscribed the sum of £3,000 to enable Madame Henry, the widow of Colonel ...

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  4. ITALY AND ABYSSINIA.

    The treaty between Italy and Abyssinia, delimiting the land frontiers of the Italian possessions on the Red Sea, known under the name of Erythrea, has been ...

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  5. EXPULSIONS FROM GERMANY. EXTENDED TO RUSSIANS.

    The Prussian Government, which for some months past has been expelling Danes, Slavs, and Dutchmen from the country, has lately extended this treatment to ...

    Article : 326 words
  6. ENGLAND AND CHINA.

    Sir Claude Macdonald, the British Minister at Peking, has obtained from the Chinese Govenment an assurance that it will not alienate to any foreign power the ...

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  7. PICKING POCKETS.

    A country gentleman in town for the holidays sends us the following story, to which he has given the title, "The Art of Picking Pockets." It should prove of ...

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  8. FEARFUL TRAGEDY.

    A terrible triple murder is reported to have been committed last night within two miles of Gatton, a township situated near Ipswich. The victims were Michael ...

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  9. PERSONAL.

    The American Government have requested Sir Andrew Clarke, Agent-General of Victoria, as ex-Governor of the Straits Settlements, to give them his ...

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  10. NUBAR PASHA.

    Nubar Pasha, the famous Egyptian statesman, who has been for 53 years in the service of Egypt is announced to be dying. ...

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  11. AFGHANISTAN AND INDIA.

    The Waziri tribesmen, on the north-western frontier of India, have been making raids into Afghan territory. The Ameer Abdur-Rahman, of ...

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  12. COUNT THUN'S THREAT.

    The threat recently uttered by Count Thun-Hohenstein, the Austrian Premier, that if Prussian continued to expel the Poles and Czechs, Austria would resort to acts of ...

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  13. SHOOTING A SUB-EDITOR.

    Madame Paulmier, the wife of M. C. E. Paulmier, an attorney, and member for Calvados in the Chamber of Deputies, was brought before the Court yesterday on the ...

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  14. THE MILAN RIOTS.

    Many of the minor offenders who took part in the riots which occurred in various parts of Italy, and especially at Milan, in May last have been amnestied. ...

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  15. M. ZOLA IN ENGLAND.

    It has been ascertained that M. Zola, the famous French novelist, who was sentenced in July last to one year's imprisonment and to pay a fine of 30,000f. (£1,200) for ...

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  16. THE HUNGARIAN QUARREL.

    The duel which was arranged to take place between the Premier of Hungary, Baron Banffy, and M. Horanszky, the President of the National party in the Diet, in ...

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  17. AMERICA AND CANADA.

    Returns just published show that the exports from the United States into Canada have increased largely. The preferential tariff applying to Great ...

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  18. SPANISH AFFAIRS.

    It is proposed that General Weyler, formerly Governor of Cuba, who was recalled from that post upon the appointment of Marshal Blanco, shall enter the Spanish ...

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  19. BURNING OF THE BALDWIN HOTEL.

    The Baldwin Hotel is a thing of the past. Only a mass of blackened ruins mark the spot where a few days ago stood that magnificent structure, facing on Market-street, ...

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  20. SITTING OF THE COURT OF CASSATION.

    M. Charles Dupuy, the French Premier, yesterday presented himself as a witness in the inquiry into the Dreyfus affair before the criminal division of the Court of ...

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  21. AMERICAN CABLES.

    In connection with the announcement that the Government of the United States had directed the seizure of the island of Wake, in the Pacific Ocean, to the ...

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  22. THE YARRA MYSTERY. THE BRUNSWICK CLUE.

    A few days ago the greatest excitement prevailed in Brunswick owing to some amateur detectives in the locality coming to the conclusion that the dead woman was no ...

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  23. AFFAIRS IN CRETE.

    Affairs in Crete since the accession to the govenorship of Prince George of Greece have assumed a pacific aspect. The admirals representing the foreign ...

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  24. MAJOR MARCHAND.

    Major Marchand and his expedition, who recently left Fashoda and proceded along the Sobat River, on their way to the French port to Jibutil, on the Gulf of ...

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  25. THE CHANNEL SQUADRON

    The Admiralty authorities have directed that repairs to the vessels of the Channel squadron shall be entered upon at once. It is stipulated that the repairs shall be ...

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  26. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Colonial Sugar Company is distributing £15,000 among the sugar planters on the northern rivers as a bonus which it had promised to pay for cane purchased ...

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  27. RUSSIAN FINANCES.

    The Russian Govenment has recently been attemptinig to place a loan of 90,000,000 dollars (£18,000,000) with Amercan bankers. ...

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  28. THE FATAL QUARREL.

    The inquest on the body of John P. Corbett, who was found dead at Wagga on Christmas morning, was concluded to-day. The jury found that the deceased died ...

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  29. PRINCE RANJITSINHJI.

    Prince Ranjitsinhji, the well-known Indian cricketer, returns to England from India in April next. [Prince Ranjitsinhji returned to India ...

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  30. RAILWAY COLLISION.

    A serious railway collision occurred yesterday at Appledore, in Kent, a station on the South-Eastern railway. Although none of the passengers were ...

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  31. NORDDEUTSCHER-LLOYD.

    The contract between the German Government and the Norddeutscher-Lloyd for the monthly service to Australia has been renewed for a further preiod of 15 years. ...

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  32. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. Butler, Minister for Agriculture, leaves about the 4th of January to attend the Conference of Ministers of Agriculture, to be held in Melbourne. He visits ...

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  33. THE STEAMER WARRNAMBOOL

    The steamer Warrnambool, which left Sydney for London on October 29, via Melbourne November 3, Adelaide November 9, and Natal December 3, only arrived at ...

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  34. SHIPPING NEWS.

    The following arrivals and departures are reported:— Arrivals.—Afrikander, from Port Pirie Oct. 6, for Antwerp; Kaikoura, from ...

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  35. MISS LEWIS ALIVE AND WELL.

    The story told yesterday of the disappearance of Miss Johanna Lewis whetted public curiosity to-day concerning her whereabouts, and numerous inquiries ...

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  36. TASMANIA.

    The interecolonial band contest was commenced this morning in the presence of about 5,000 people. The inspection and quick-step competition took place, 12 ...

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  37. ALLEGED HOUSEBREAKING.

    Beatrice Phillips, a young woman with a bad record, was before the South Melbourne Court yesterday, charged with offensive behaviour. About 1 o'clock that ...

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  38. FATAL FIRE AT BENDIGO.

    Between 1 and 2 o'clock this morning a fire broke out in a house in Honeysuckle-street, New Chum, occupied by an old couple named Tinkler. Mrs. Tinkler ...

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  39. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    A patient suffering from a mild attack of the bubonic plague has been landed at Plymouth, having arrived from Calcutta. ...

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  40. THE SUPPOSED CASE OF LEPROSY.

    Dr. Holmes adheres to his opinion that the case in the Chinese camp at [?]uvermay is not leprosy, but, at the request of the Central Board of Health, he has agreed to ...

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  41. THE WRECK OF THE YOLLA.

    The steamer Yolla, which was wrecked at Sandy Cape on the morning of the 23rd inst., ran askore during a dense fog, and sank 15 minutes afterwards. There was ...

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  43. LARRIKINS AT PLAY.

    Three young men, named George Douglas, James Pain, and Charles Purdy, describing themselves as carters, were charged at the South Melbourne Court yesterday ...

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  44. A DERELICT DINGHY.

    When the steamer Edina had got about half-way on her homeward trip from Portarlington last evening, Captain Forbes saw on empty dinghy floating in the water. It ...

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