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  2. THE CALVERT EXPEDITION.

    The Goldfields Morning Chronicle, dealing with Mr. Rudall's discovery of remains, states. " In the opinion of those who have followed the tracks of the explorers and of ...

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  3. CABLEGRAMS.

    The Foreign Relations Committee of the United States Senate has recommended the ratification of the Alaskan Treaty between Great Britain and the ...

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  4. CABLEGRAMS.

    Dr. Leydsy, the late Secretary of State for the Transvaal, will, it is annouuced, accompany President Kruger on his approaching visit to ...

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  5. CABLEGRAMS.

    Steps have been taken by the Servian military authorities to mobilise the Reserves and Militia in April next. ...

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  6. TELEGRAMS.

    At a meeting of the Geraldton Municipal Council last night Cr. Pope moved the following resolution: " That the Government be asked to vest in the council the land ...

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  7. CABLEGRAMS.

    The arrangements in connection with the celebration of Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee are approaching completion. ...

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  8. NEWS AND NOTES.

    MINES DEPARTMENT OFFICIAIS.—Mr. E. A. F. Compton, inspecting registrar, left yesterday evening on a tour of the Mines Department offices in the central ...

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  9. COMMERCIAL.

    At the wool sales, to-day, moderate selection was offered. The best sorts excited keen competition, while faulty lots were slightly easier. ...

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  10. THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND.

    The Mansion House Indian Famine Relief Fund now amounts to £ 411,000. The Queen has contributed an additional £ 500 towards the fund. ...

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  11. ASSOCIATED CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE.

    The Association of the Chambers of Commerce of the United Kingdom has decided to urge upon the Government; (1) the adoption of the metric ...

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  12. MISCELLANEOUS.

    The annual May dinner by which Australians in London have been accustomed to celebrate Her Majesty's birthday has been fixed to take place ...

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  13. COUNTRY.

    Streng winds prevailed during the day, followed this evening, by heavy showers. An early winter is anticipated. ...

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  14. THE NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELD

    Capt. Whitten, of the schooner Ellengowan, who arrived from Samarai by the steamer Burdekin last Friday, has furnished a report of the Mambare massacres ...

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  15. TELEGRAPHIC FACILITIES FOR GULLEWA.

    Messrs. Alexander, M.L.C., and Phillips, M.L.A., introduced to the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs yesterday a deputation from the Gullewa district. The ...

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  16. MR. ZEBINA LANE ENTERTAINED.

    Mr. Zebina Lane was entertained at dinner last night at the Exchange Hotel, previous to his departure for London. The Mayor (Mr. Parsons) was in the chair, and ...

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  17. THE PERTH WATER SUPPLY.

    Yesterday afternoon Cr. Molloy, the Acting-Mayor of Perth, having considered the letter received from the Under-Secretary on the previous day regarding the ...

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  18. ENTERTAINMENTS.

    The coldness of the night had a diminishing effect upon the attendance at the Fayre last evening, but by no means upon the warmth of appreciation with which ...

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  19. A NEW STEAMER.

    The latest addition to Messrs. Huddart Parker and Co.'s fleet, named the Westralia, arrived here to-day after a passage of 39 days 12 hours from London, via Cape Town. ...

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  20. THE QUEEN'S REIGN.

    As there is every probability of Mr. Reid visiting England, it is thought Parliament will be called together as soon as possible after the conclusion of the ...

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  21. A WHARF LABOURER'S FATE.

    It was reported in yesterday's issue that a lumper named Thomas Clare had been missing from the Fremantle wharf since Monday evening. Yesterday morning just ...

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  22. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.

    The well-known firm of Sommerville and Co., hotel brokers, financiers, and licensed victuallers' agents, of Melbourne, have opened a branch of their business at ...

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