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  2. The New Agent-General.

    Sir Julian Salomons has accepted the position of Agent-General, and will leave Sydney for London at the end of the present month. It is understood that the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. THE Queensland Tragedies.

    Inquiries in this neighbourhood settle the question that the man Burgess was within three miles of Helldon on the 29th of December. He called at Hamlyn's ...

    Article : 119 words
  4. Pen-notes and Pencillings.

    The latest book from the pen of Professor James Bryce is one of the most important. A series of letters from South Africa, it is published as "Impressions," and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 444 words
  5. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    The girl Ettie Dawson, who was reported missing from Enfield, has been found at North Sydney. Her mother, Mrs. Ford, informed the police this afternoon that she had ...

    Article : 194 words
  6. THE NICARAGUAN CANAL.

    LONDON, Friday.—Sir Julian Pauncefote, the British Ambassador at Washington, whose term of office would have shortly expired, has had ...

    Article : 52 words
  7. INTERNATIONAL NEWS.

    LONDON, Friday.—A body of natives at Marwai, in Uganda, East Africa, has treacherously massacred Captain Kirkpatrick and seven men ...

    Article : 60 words
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    Edward. S. Wilson. Arrested at Albany. Alfred S. Hill, the murdered Boy, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. THE DREYFUS CASE.

    LONDON, Friday.—Latest developments regarding the Dreyfus case show that M. Beaurepaire has appealed to the Chamber of Deputies, asking ...

    Article : 95 words
  10. THE TRANSVAAL.

    LONDON, Friday.—The Field Cornet in the Transvaal, who was recently arrested and dismissed on the protest of the British Vice-Consul at ...

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  11. ANOTHER IMPORTANT STATEMENT.

    A persistent report is in circulation in town to-day that an old resident of Gatton district has volunteered a statement to the police with reference to the Gatton ...

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  12. THE MOTE IN THY EYE, BROTHER.

    It ill-befits the Sydney people to complain of the lack of capacity shown by the Queensland police at Gatton. Let them, indeed, turn their eyes more inward, to ...

    Article : 309 words
  13. WEST WALLSEND

    The local, lodge of Good Templars held their usual weekly meeting on Thursday night in the Presbyterian Church, Bro. A. Lewis, C T., presiding. A communication ...

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  14. Severe Weather in England.

    LONDON, Friday.—Very severe weather is being experienced in England. A fierce south-westerly gale is raging, doing much damage throughout the ...

    Article : 46 words
  15. VICTORIA.

    The inquiry into the collision between the Chingtu and the Arrawatta was resumed today. Evidence was given by the officers of the Arrawatta that the Chingtu was in fault, ...

    Article : 169 words
  16. American and the Philippines.

    LONDON, Thursday.—During this speech Senator Foraker, in the United States Senate, hinted that the retention by the United States of the ...

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  17. ALLEGED FORGERY.

    At the Water Police Court to-day a stylishly-dressed man, named Frank M'Bride, alias Maurice J. Lothian, was charged by Bench warrant with forgery in England. ...

    Article : 434 words
  18. THE YARRA MURDER.

    The excitement in connection with the death of the girl Ambrose found in the Yarra is now subsiding. Mr. Blackett, the Government Analyst, now finds that the ...

    Article : 284 words
  19. Fighting in Arabia.

    LONDON, Friday.—It is reported that Turkish troops have defeated the insurgents of Yemen, in South-west Arabia, bordering on the Red Sea, ...

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  20. A Filipino Manifesto.

    LONDON, Friday.—Latest information regarding affairs in the Philippine Islands states that the Filipino Committee at Hongkong assorts that ...

    Article : 45 words
  21. ADAMSTOWN.

    It is pleasing to note that the trouble over the bus traffic between Dudley and Newcastle has been amicably arranged. At their last meeting the aldermen wiped out ...

    Article : 405 words
  22. The Plague at Calcutta.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Bubonic plague has again broken out at Calcutta. ...

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  23. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The ballot for nine additional direct Parliamentary Labour candidates took place in the Trades Hall, and resulted in the following being selected to stand at the next general ...

    Article : 143 words
  24. The Rothschild Curios.

    LONDON, Friday.—The bequest to the British Museum by the late Baron Rothschild is estimated to be worth £300,000. ...

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  25. A GREAT COMING CELEBRATION.

    The George Washington Masonic memorial service in the States this year, to which the Prince of Wales has been invited, promises to be of surpassing grandeur ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 308 words
  26. Pensions for Workers.

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Belgian Government is drafting a bill to provide for pensions for workers. ...

    Article : 17 words
  27. SHARE MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 358 words
  28. Another Battleship Ordered.

    LONDON, Friday.—It is announced that the Thames Ironworks Company has contracted for building a first-class battleship. ...

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  29. "HE NEVER USED SOAP."

    The late James Tyson never used soap. A lady in an influential paper has said so, and we must perforce believe her—"he never, never, did." Now, "Falcon" is one ...

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  30. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    A deputation from the Citizens' Unemployed Committee interviewed the Minister for Education and Labour to-day with regard to providing both temporary and ...

    Article : 543 words
  31. QUEENSLAND.

    The City Ambulance Transport Brigade covered 1572 miles during the month of December. The Eidsvold yield of gold for the year ...

    Article : 152 words
  32. The German Army Bill.

    LONDON, Friday.—General [?] Gossler, the German Minister for War, in introducing the Army Bill into the Reichstag, stated that the Czar's ...

    Article : 67 words
  33. DISTRICT NEWS.

    The annual meeting of this brigade was held on Friday evening at the fire station. There was a full attendance of members, also the trustees, M. Gray, B. Bradley, and H. J. ...

    Article : 516 words
  34. The Russian Navy.

    LONDON, Friday—Intelligence from St. Petersburg states that the Russian budget has allotted 34,000,000 roubles (about £5,000,000) for expenditure on ...

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  35. MORE OF THE GATTON OUTRAGES.

    The case against Burgess, on account of the Gatton outrages, appears to the public as weak. The police, however, who have something In reserve, assert that it is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  36. HAMILTON

    The second practice of the Suburban Choir, under the conductorship of Mr. Bevan, with Mrs. F. Hannell as the accompanist, in the chief competitive piece ...

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  37. A STEAMER FIRE.

    The steamer Ty[?]ian, which arrived from Melbourne this afternoon, narrowly escaped destruction by fire during the voyage, owing to the spontaneous combustion of a ...

    Article : 450 words
  38. Fire on a Steamer at Sea.

    LONDON, Thursday.—While on a voyage from Genoa to Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic, with a cargo of sulphur, the Italian steamer Vittoria ...

    Article : 44 words
  39. Code of Honour in Germany.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Some German officers a few days since jostled a civilian named Tillmann in the street at Metz. Tillmann raised his stick to the ...

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  40. TEST OF A NEW ILLUMINANT.

    The members of the Ripon Corporation (England) were called together recently to witness the testing for the first time in England of what is known as the "Kitson ...

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  41. SIR JULIAN SALOMONS' APPOINTMENT

    "You can take it from me that no one who is or has been a Minister, will be appointed Agent-General." Thus Mr. Reid, who forthwith eats his words in ...

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  42. The Bourgogne Disaster.

    LONDON, Thursday.—Alleging that the disaster was due to the excessive speed with which the mail steamer was travelling, Messrs. Thomas Law ...

    Article : 64 words
  43. VICTORIA THEATRE.

    The opening piece of the Wilson Comedy Company at the Victoria Theatre to-night is "The Strategist" an admittedly amusing and a brightly-written comedy. From the ...

    Article : 204 words
  44. The Miners' Federation.

    LONDON, Thursday—At yesterday's sitting of the Miners' Federation Conference it was decided to ask for an advance of wages of 7 1-3 per cent. ...

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  45. THE MISSING LEGION OF MISSES.

    The Yarra mystery—now a mystery only in that it remained one so long-has served to advertise to their friends and the public that there are many missing girls, though ...

    Article : 339 words
  46. COLD STORAGE OF FRUIT.

    A report by Mr. W. P. Wright, county superintendent in horticulture, on the experiments in the cold storage of fruit being carried out under the auspices of the Kent ...

    Article : 318 words
  47. Ritualism in England.

    LONDON, Thursday.—At a largely attended meeting, held at Westminster last night under the auspices of the Protestant Union, it was resolved ...

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  48. VISIT OF THE COLONIAL SECRETARY.

    Mr. C. H. Hannell, the president of the committee of the Newcastle Hospital, received a communication from the Hon. J. N. Brunker Chief Secretary, stating that ...

    Article : 148 words
  49. HOLLOWAY AND ANDERSON'S DRAMATIC COMPANY.

    Messrs. Holloway and Anderson will commence a dramatic season at the Victoria Theatre on Saturday next with the remarkably successful play "When London Sleeps," ...

    Article : 171 words
  50. STOCKTON.

    The annual meeting of the Stockton Fire Brigade was held on Friday evening in the station in William-street. There was a good attendance of members. Alderman ...

    Article : 351 words
  51. THE THREE GREATEST MEN.

    Some years since, writes a correspondent to "The Spectator," I had the great pleasure of meeting Mr. Gladstone at dinner. One of the other guests asked [?] whether ...

    Article : 155 words
  52. GENERAL CABLES.

    Mr. Raper's "Go Bang," the famous champion wire-haired fox terrier, has been sold for £500! The ringleader of the native ...

    Article : 61 words
  53. Advertising

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    Advertising : 121 words
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