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  2. A COOGEE MYSTERY.

    The incoming tide at the open beach at Coogee this morning lett high and dry on the sand the body of a young woman whose name so far is unknown. A resident named Rogers happened ...

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  3. NEWS BY CABLE.

    LONDON, February 25.-M. Meline, the French Premier, speaking in the Chamber of Deputies yesterday, said the Dreyfus agitation must cease in the interests alike of the ...

    Article : 124 words
  4. NEWS BY CABLE.

    LONDON, February 24.-The Government has made stringent rules for the control of chartered companies which administer territories under the British flag. Local ...

    Article : 111 words
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  6. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    LONDON, February 25.-Mr. John Murray,.F.R.S., read a paper at the meeting of the Royal Society last night, in which he advocated a naval exploring expedition in the ...

    Article : 137 words
  7. LAND APPEAL COURT.

    The Land Appeal Court, consisting of Messrs. Oliver (President), Freeman and Brand's commissioners), sat at Darlinghurst yesterday, and I delivered reserved decisions in the following cases Charles Jamieson, 21, laborer; Harry Jamieson, 19, laborer;James Bell, 24, carter; Walter J. Gen­tle, 23, groom; Freederick Steel, 21, carter; and Thomas Pritchard, 18, carter, charged with having ...

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  8. WITNESSES FOR M. ZOLA PUNISHED.

    LONDON, February 25, 7 p.m.-Reports from Paris state that Professor Grimaus, of the Ecole Polytechnique, has been dismissed, and other witnesses who gave evidence ...

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  9. "Guilty, or Not Guilty."

    Cases are "heard" occasionally in the Sydney police courts in which the weight and seeming reliability of the evidence on either side is so evenly balanced as to make the task of the presiding ...

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  10. THE PRISONERS APPEAL.

    LONDON, February 25, 7 p.m.-M. Zola and Mr. Perreux have appealed against the sentences imposed upon them. ...

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  11. CONTINENTAL PRESS OPINION.

    LONDON, February 25, 7 p.m.-The German and Austrian newspapers, in commenting upon the trial, severely condemn the verdict, and predict that the fanaticism ...

    Article : 52 words
  12. A GREEK LOAN ARRANGED.

    LONDON, February 25, 7 p.m.-A Greek loan of £6,600,000, for the purpose of paying the war indemnity to Turkey, has been ar-ranged. ...

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  13. BRITAIN IN WEST AFRICA.

    LONDON, February 25.-In the House of Commons Mr. Labouchere moved the redaction of the vote for the West African (Niger Territory) frontier force, and accused Mr. Chamberlain of ...

    Article : 183 words
  14. THE MAINE DISASTER.

    LONDON, February 25.-Anxiety has been caused in New York by the report of a fresh discovery that the disaster to the United States warship Maine in Havannah Harbor ...

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  15. PANIC IN WALL-STREET.

    LONDON. February 25.-Owing to the fresh report regarding the Maine, a panic prevailed in Wall-street yesterday, and stocks fell from 3 to 12 points. ...

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  16. AMERICAN WHEAT.

    LONDON, February 24.-The visible supply of American wheat, according to "Brad-streets," is 48,248.000 bushels, as against 49,237,000 bushels last week. ...

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  18. FURTHER FRENCH OFFICIAL DENIAL.

    LONDON, February 25, 7 p.m.-M. Hanotaux, the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, has assured Sir Edward Monson, the British Ambassador in Paris, that there is no French force either in ...

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  19. THE GROUNDING OF H.M.S. VICTORIOUS.

    LONDON, February 24.-Captain Anson shomberg, of H.M.S. Victorious, which went ashore at Port Said while on the way from Malta to China, is to be tried by ...

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  20. THE WRECK OF THE MATAURA

    LONDON, February 25.-It is expected that the cargo of the New Zealand Shipping Company's steamer Mataura, which was wrecked in the Straits of Magellan, will be ...

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  21. LUGARD'S DEPARTURE DELATED.

    LONDON, February 25.-The departure of Major F. J. D. Lugard for Lagos has been delayed. [A cablegram a few days since said : Major F. J. D. ...

    Article : 83 words
  22. BUTTER AND CHEESE.

    LONDON, February 25.-The short supplies are hardening the butter market. Colonial butter is in brisk demand at from 102s to 106s, and Danish at from 110s to 114s per ...

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  23. THE GOLD COAST HINTERLAND.

    LONDON, February 25, 7 p.m.-In the House of Commons this evening, Mr.Chamberlain stated that Germany was infringing the agreements of 1888, and had occupied Yenai (? Yendi) in the ...

    Article : 75 words
  24. After Many Years.

    At the Balmain Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Edwards, S.M., one of those curious little domestic dramas that are constantly going on unnoticed until they crop up in a police court. ...

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  25. THE EX-KING OF SAMOA.

    LONDON, February 25.-Mr. Curzon, Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs, In the House of Commons last night, said Great Britain had suggested to ...

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  26. A STOLEN WATCH.

    A well-dressed and good-looking young lady named Agnes Jacobs, described as a dressmaker, was changed at the Central Police Court with, stealing a gold -watch, and chain, valued at £8 ...

    Article : 208 words
  27. THE USKUB OUTRAGES.

    LONDON. February 25, 4 p.m.-The Turkish Commission sent to Uskub, on the Bulgarian frontier, to inquire into the recent outrages, has released 127 prisoners. The commissioners deny ...

    Article : 41 words
  28. BORACIC ACID IN BUTTER.

    LONDON, February 25, 4 p.m.-The Glamorganshire. (Wales) County Council is prosecuting, under the Adulteration of Pood Act, sellers of Millewa and Corangamite butters, on the ground ...

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  29. NEARLY DROWNED.

    B0MBALA, Friday.-A lad named Errold Hyde, aged 11, had a narrow escape from drowning yesterday afternoon. Young Hyde, accompanied by several other boys, was swimming in the river, a ...

    Article : 145 words
  30. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION.

    LONDON, February 25,4 p.m.-An election took place yesterday to fill the vacancy in the House of Commons caused by the resignation of Mr. Alfred Hopskinson, Q.C., ...

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  31. ADA MILES'S DEATH.

    The trial of Charles Arthur Hudson, Marion Child, Emily Martha Cook, and Arthur Barton (Miles on a charge of having at Kincumber on December 30 last feloniously (slain Ada Alice Miles ...

    Article : 143 words
  32. TRUST AND CONFIDENCE

    In the reliability of your tailor are not to be despised. Our cutters and workmen are men of large experience, and thoroughly to be depended on.We also hold an unsurpassed stock of the Mr.Linsay Thompson,West Australian Fisheries Expert, says that the waters along the coast of that colony Are suited for travelling purpose. ...

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