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  2. MR. B. R. WISE'S MEETING.

    Mr. B. R. Wise, one of the "Federal Ten," addressed a large meeting on the Constitution Bill in St. David's Hall, Arthur-street, Surry Hills, last night. Mr. Nathan Herman, who presided, having ...

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  3. NEWS BY CABLE.

    LONDON, March 30:—Speaking unofficially last night the Earl of Selborne, Parliamentary Secretary to the Colonial Office, said that England was still able to obtain anything that she ...

    Article : 113 words
  4. A QUESTION OF FREQUENTING.

    A charge of being a suspected person was preferred against a man named James Carroll at the Water Police Court yesterday before Mr. Delohery, S.M. Constable Kerr deposed that on Thursday last in the ...

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  5. CRIMINAL COURT.

    Henry Cooke, whose trial was postponed from the last court, was arraigned at the Central Criminal Court to-day, on an indictment charging him with having, at Sydney, on April 1, 1897. stolen twelve ...

    Article : 117 words
  6. NEWS BY CABLE.

    LONDON, March 30.—The United States Senate yesterday discussed resolutions in favor of the independence of Cuba, with Immediate intervention on the part of America. ...

    Article : 190 words
  7. FEDERATION.

    At the Town Hall, Petersham, last night, the Mayor (Alderman Percy Hordern) commemorated his election for the second year in succession to the Mayoral chair by a banquet to the ratepayers. ...

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  8. NEWTOWN ASSAULT CASE.

    The trial of Charles Jamieson, Henry Jamieson, James Bell, Waller Josiah Gentle, Frederick Steele, and Thomas Pritcoard, on a charge of having at Newtown, on February 4 maliciously wounded (Charles ...

    Article : 88 words
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  10. THE ALBANI CONCERT.

    A brilliant audience assembled last night at the Town Hall to welcome Mme. Albani on her return to Sydney. The enthusiasm, of the most pronounced character, was more than fully justified, ...

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  11. ADDITIONAL MEASURES EXPECTED.

    LONDON, March 30, 2.35 p.m.—The "Standard" says there is a more hopeful feeling among Ministerialists. It is expected the Government will announce ...

    Article : 87 words
  12. THE SOUDAN EXPEDITION.

    LONDON, March 30.—Further particulars of the capture of Shendy state that the Dervishes, who numbered 700, were warned of the approach of the Anglo-Egyptian forces, ...

    Article : 115 words
  13. A RUSSIAN OPINION.

    LONDON, March 30, 2.35 p.m.—The "Novoe Vremya," a leading daily paper of St. Petersburg, says British predominance in the Far East has gone for ever, and that the position ...

    Article : 54 words
  14. RUSSIANS AT PORT ARTHUR.

    LONDON, March 30, 2.35 p.m.—Two thousand Russian troops are to be landed at Port Arthur, and 170 guns are being sent there. ...

    Article : 32 words
  15. THE ROYAL ARMS.

    LONDON, March 30.—The members of the Colonial Party in the House of Commons have resolved that in the event of a change being made in the royal arms, the strong claim of ...

    Article : 49 words
  16. France and Germany.

    LONDON, March 30, 2.35 p.m.—Speaking at Chalons yesterday, General Pellieux said that France had better rifles and cannons than Germany, sind would be able to seize her own ...

    Article : 48 words
  17. THE GERMAN BANK-NOTE ROBBERY.

    LONDON, March 30.—Herr Grunenthal, an official who recently retired from the Imperial Printing Office at Berlin, and who was arrested on a charge of stealing bank notes to ...

    Article : 49 words
  18. MR. BARTON AT NORTH SYDNEY.

    At the North Sydney School of Arts last evening Mr. Edmund Barton addressed a large and sympathetic audience on the principal features of the proposed Australian Commonwealth. ...

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  19. FRENCH TORPEDO BOAT SUNK.

    LONDON, March 30.—During some naval evolutions which were being carried on at night at Brest the French cruiser Friant came into collision with and sank the torpedo ...

    Article : 113 words
  20. H.M.S. RAPID.

    LONDON, March 30, 2.35 p.m.—Owing to the storms prevailing in the Bay of Biscay some anxiety was felt regarding the safety of H.M.S. Rapid, which left Gibraltar on the ...

    Article : 58 words
  21. THE INDIAN MINTS.

    LONDON, March 30, 2.35 p.m.—In reply to a question in the House of Commons, Lord George Hamilton, Secretary for India, said it would be lunacy to open the Indian Mints ...

    Article : 70 words
  22. THE W.A. AGENCY.

    LONDON, March 30.—Mr. B. H. Wittenoom, Minister of Mines in West Australia, is expected to succeed Sir Malcolm Fraser as Agent-General for the colony at the end of May. ...

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  23. FASHIONABLE WEDDING.

    A very pretty "white" wedding took place at St. Stephens's Church, Phillip-street, yesterday afternoon, between Dr. A. Murray Will, of Macquarie-street, and Miss Ethel Marian, eldest daughter of ...

    Article : 265 words
  24. THE MARKETS FATALITY.

    The deputy city coroner (Dr. G. E. Rennie) held an inquest at the Coroner's Court, Queen's Square, yesterday morning, relative to the death of Richard Barber, the laborer who was killed by ...

    Article : 534 words
  25. PICTURES FOR QUEENSLAND.

    LONDON, March 30, 2.35 p.m.—Mr. Randall has completed for exhibition at the Royal Academy portraits of Sir Henry Norman, the late Governor, aud Mr. T. Archer, C.M.G., the late ...

    Article : 48 words
  26. LONDON WOOL SALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 34 words
  27. BATHURST LEAGUE.

    BATHURST, Thursday.—The Bathurst Federation League has decided to give its approval to the Draft Bill. Arrangements have bean made for Messrs. B. R. Wise and E. Barton to address meetings here. ...

    Article : 251 words
  28. BAR SILVER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 24 words
  29. WHEAT AND FLOUR.

    LONDON, March 29.—The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is estimated at 3,110,000 quarters, as against 3,520,000 last week, and the quantity ...

    Article : 46 words
  30. BANK SHARES, ETC.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 136 words
  31. MR. BARTON'S NEXT MEETING.

    Mr. Barton will address a meeting at the Town Hall, Newtown, on Friday evening at 8 o'clock, when the chair will be taken by Mr. William Rigg, M.L.A. Many influential people have signified ...

    Article : 101 words
  32. HERMAN'S NEW PREMISES.

    On Saturday next Mr. Nathan Herman, the well-known and enterprising proprietor of the Misfit Parlor (registered) will open his new retail warehouses at larger and more central premises, ...

    Article : 105 words
  33. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    HOBART (TAS.), Thursday.—Sir Philip Fysh and Mr. Dobson have telegraphed to Mr. Barton requesting him to contradict the statement made by Mr. Reid, in his recent address at the Town Hall, Sydney, ...

    Article : 116 words
  34. A GENEROUS GIFT.

    BATHURST, Thursday.—Among the benficiaries under the Vill of the late Sir Thos. Elder, of South Australia, is the Rev. F. Tracey, headmaster of All Saints' College, Bathurst, and ...

    Article : 103 words
  35. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.

    The following have been proclaimed public holidays: Districts of Orange, Blayney, and Carcoar, to-day (Thursday); districts of Balranald, Moulamein, Euston, and Oxley, Tuesday, 12th proximo; ...

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