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  2. The Mails.

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    The trial of Barnes, for the murder of J. B. Slack, began to-day. Barnes pleaded not guilty, Mr. Chomley, in opening the case for the prosecution, said that the fact that the prisoner had ...

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    LONDON, April 15.—The report that the Guards Corps of Camelry is about to be withdrawn from the Soudan has been officially denied to-day. SUAKIM, April 15, Evening.—A reconnaissance ...

    Article : 88 words

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  7. Britain and Russia.

    LONDON, April 15.—The Ameer of Afghanistan who has taken his departure from India on his return to Afghanistan, will reach home on the 18th instant. Abdurrahman will then declare ...

    Article : 107 words
  8. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 121 words
  9. Floods ia Gippsland.

    The railway line at Herfield, Gippsland, is obstructed, the embankment having been loosened by floods. No trains are running. Telegraphic communication is interrupted. ...

    Article : 30 words
  10. Phylloxera.

    A deputation, representing the South Australian Agricultural Society, interviewed the Chief Secretary to impress the Government with the necessity for prompt action in eradicating the ...

    Article : 134 words
  11. South Sea Labor Traffic.

    Yesterday was observed as a public holiday in Maryborough. The Premier and party visited several places, and the ceremony of launching the new dredge was performed in the presence of ...

    Article : 183 words
  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 429 words
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    LONDON, April 15.—It is announced that the Admiralty have chartered the R.M.S. Massilia and another Atlantic steamer, which will be equipped as cruisers for the Australian station. ...

    Article : 144 words
  14. Queensland News.

    A meeting of barristers was held, yesterday, at which it was decided to mark their displeasure at the elevation to the Supreme Court bench of a solicitor by absenting themselves from the ...

    Article : 260 words
  15. The Ministerial Trip.

    Yesterday, after a most arduous day, Mr. Dibbs and Parliamentary party arrived in Lismore. They left Grafton at 6 in the morning in the Thetis, and arrived at Harwood Mill at about 11 o'clock. They ...

    Article : 254 words
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    LONDON, April 14 (Evening).—The Russian squadron, which has been stationed in the Mediterranean, has been ordered to the Baltic. LONDON, April 15.—Mr. Gladstone's statement ...

    Article : 118 words
  17. Along the Wharves.

    FORT DENISON.—April 16: High water 8.55 a.m., 9.16 p.m. The Rodondo and Currajong are due from Queensland ports to-morrow. ...

    Article : 260 words
  18. A New Judge.

    Mr. Justice Mein will be sworn in. to-morrow at a special sitting of the Full Court. ...

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  19. Federation Enabling Bill.

    LONDON, April 15.—Lord Derby will, on Thursday next, introduce into the House of Lords the Australian Federation Enabling Bill. ...

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  20. Maitland Items.

    At the superior public school, West Maitland, on Tuesday, a boy named Edward Goodman was shot in the face and hands by another lad, who was trying one of the carbines used by the cadet ...

    Article : 168 words
  21. The Seamen's Strike.

    Nothing fresh has occurred this morning in connection with the seamen's strike. The men again congregated outside the agent's office, in Spring street, but behaved very quietly. They simply stood ...

    Article : 64 words
  22. Commercial News.

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  23. Commercial.

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  24. The Mails.

    BATAVIA, April 14.—The British.-India Company's R.M.S. Duke of Argyle left here yesterday outward. ...

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  25. The Population Question.

    Mr. Thomas Walker has been recently delivering in Sydney a course of lectures on the population question, in which he has advocated the views of Mrs. Besant and Charles Bradlaugh. These lectures ...

    Article : 80 words
  26. Central Police Court.

    In the Charge Court, before Mr. T. K. Abbott, S.M., twenty-one persons were fined for having been drunk. IDLE AND DISORDERLY. ...

    Article : 539 words
  27. The Suez Canal.

    One of the most important contingencies, that will have to be taken into consideration, in the event of war bemg declared between England and Russia, is the closing ...

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  28. Glen Innes Items.

    The Land Court opened this morning for the first time in the new offices (lately Barry's Music Hall). The court has plenty of work to get through. ...

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  29. The Soudan Expedition.

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  30. Sydney Rifle Club.

    The annual meeting of lie Sydney Rifle Club was held in the New Masonic Hall, on Wednesday night. Mr. Foskett occupied the chair. The annual report expressed regret for the death of Mr. J. Marks. ...

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  32. Advertising

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  33. The R.M.S. Massilia.

    The P. and O. Co.'s R.M.S. Massilia, from London for Sydney, is reported to have passed Gabo at 9.5 a.m. this morning. In this event she will not reach Sydney until to-morrow morning. ...

    Article : 209 words
  34. Mr. Dalley at Grafton.

    Whatever diverse views may be held as to the wisdom of Mr. Bailey's recent political acts, no one can deny his power and ability as an orator, And he possesses one of the most telling [?]lities ...

    Article : 525 words
  35. The Oyster Culture Leases.

    Messrs. H. Lewis and J. F. Morgan and Aldermen B. Palmer and Beare waited upon the Mayor this morning, and presented him with a requisition signed by a number of influential gentlemen, asking him to ...

    Article : 95 words
  36. The Benefit of the Doubt.

    In the case of a charge of pocket picking preferred against a boy named J. Little in the Water Police Court to-day, the facts elicited by the evidence were to the effect that the prosecutor ...

    Article : 70 words
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