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  2. New South Wales Defence.

    LONDON, January 23.-Major Dowalsky, of the Royal Engineers, has been appointed head of the submarine raining service at Sydney to superintend the submarine defences. He will sail in the ...

    Article : 130 words
  3. The General Elections.

    The election campaign is in full swing now. Meetings were held in nearly every electorate last night. Mr. M'Millan addressed the electors of East Sydney in the New Masonic Hall, which ...

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  4. To-day's Cablegrams.

    LONDON, January 23.-Mr. D. Sheehy, M.P., for South Galway, has been arrested under the provisions of the Irish Crimes Act, At to-day's sitting of the Parnell-TIMES Commission, a clerk ...

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  5. The Civil War in Samoa.

    LONDON, January 23.-The American gunboat Vandalia has been despatched from San Francisco to Samoa. Mr. Bayard, the American Secretary of State, declares that if the neutrality ...

    Article : 69 words
  6. Salisbury's Black Man.

    LONDON, January 23.-The Hon. Dadabhoi Naoroji has been banquetted by the National Liberal Club. [It will be remembered that a cablegram published ...

    Article : 217 words

    The following cablegrams were published in this morning's Melbourne AGE: LONDON, January 21.-The Canadian Parliament, after an animated discussion on the pauper ...

    Article : 611 words
  8. The Zaliuski.

    LONDON, January 23.-The Zalinski dynamite gun, which on the occasion of a recent trial at New York, was reported to have been a partial failure, is now stated to have only mechanical ...

    Article : 74 words
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  10. The Panama Canal.

    LONDON, January 23.-Five British men-of-war have been dispatched to the Isthmus of Darien, Central America. Another American warship has been sent to Aspinwall, Panama. The Panama ...

    Article : 52 words
  11. The Charges Against Morier.

    LONDON, January 23.-The KOLNISCHE ZEITUNG continues to publish documents with the view of connecting Sir Robert Morier and Professor Geffckin in the charge of having revealed ...

    Article : 38 words
  12. The Emperor's Diary.

    LONDON, January 23.-A strong feeling is being aroused in England and on the Continent against Prince Bismarck, in consequence of what is described to be his vindictive treatment of ...

    Article : 52 words
  13. Amalgamation of Institutes.

    LONDON, January 23.-It is reported that, subject to ratification by the Fellows of the Royal Colonial Institute, the Colonial and Imperial Institutes will be amalgamated. The former body ...

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    Mr. George Reid, last night, submitted Mr. Garvan to a scalding exposure with respect to the politically-infamous defamation of the public exchequer. Mr. Reid showed, on the authority ...

    Article : 243 words
  15. East African Affairs.

    LONDON, January 23.-The Marquis of Salisbury has warned Prince Bismarck that England cannot allow Germany, in her attempt to reassert her influence in East Africa, to set aside ...

    Article : 106 words
  16. The Melbourne University.

    LONDON, January 23.-Seventeen applications have been received for the professorship of natural philosophy in the Melbourne University. ...

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  17. Central Africa.

    LONDON, January 23.-News has been received to the effect that El Senoussi has captured the capital of Darfour, the centre of the slave trade in Central Africa. He is reported to be marching ...

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  18. Gladstone Goes Not to Rome.

    London, January 23.-It is understood that Mr. Gladstone, who is wintering in Naples, will not visit Rome as lie intended to do. ...

    Article : 29 words
  19. The Chinese Question.

    LONDON, January 23.-In the case of Ah Toy v. Musgrove, Collector of Customs in Victoria, the Privy Council has granted the Government of Victoria leave to appeal against the decision of ...

    Article : 65 words
  20. Russia in the Red Sea.

    LONDON, January 23.-The company of 200 Cossacks who were nominally bound for Obok, in the Gulf of Aden, but who arrived at Suakim on board an Austrian steamer, has landed at Tajura ...

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    There is talk of a requisition to Mr. Samuel Hordern, of Anthony Hordern and Sons, for a seat in the freetrade interest. It is said to be Mr. Hordern's opinion that protection ...

    Article : 111 words
  22. The American Tariff.

    LONDON, January 23.-The United States Senate has passed the Tariff Bill by 33 to 30. ...

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  23. French Politics.

    LONDON, January 22.-The French Chamber of Deputies has passed the Army Increase Bill. M. de Froycinet, Minister for War, stated that under the bill 3,000,000 men would be secured for ...

    Article : 265 words
  24. A South Australian Loan.

    LONDON, January 23.-It is rumored that the Government of South Australia intends to place a loan on the London market shortly. ...

    Article : 27 words
  25. Germany and Austria.

    LONDON, January 23.-The Emperor William, who was present at a military banquet in Berlin last night, proposed the toast of "My best friend, the Emperor of Austria." ...

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    It was just on midnight after one of last evening's protectionist meetings at Paddington, when a scene occurred which, to use rather figurative language, shows how the cat jumps in ...

    Article : 196 words
  27. The Victorian Loan.

    LONDON, January 23.-Tenders for the Victorian Government loan of £3,000,000, at 3 1/2 per cent., the minimum for which, was fixed at par, were opened to-day. The amount of the loan was ...

    Article : 76 words
  28. The Famine in China.

    LONDON, January 23.-The Lord Mayor of London has opened a fund for the relief of the sufferers by the floods in the Yangtse Kiang and Yellow districts in China. The distress exceeds ...

    Article : 44 words
  29. A Peculiar Suicide.

    KIAMA Wednesday.-A sad and singular suicide occurred at Poplar Grove, Jamberoo, on Tuesday. A lad named Henry Dogherty, 13 years of age, apprenticed from the Childrens' State Aid ...

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    Mr. Vivian, a freetrader, stands for the Hunter, and he is bound to take all the winegrowers with him, as he is a staunch supporter of the industry and a thorough believer in reform of the existing ...

    Article : 554 words
  31. Banquet to Earl Onslow.

    LONDON, January 23.-A banquet was given last night by the Freemasons to the Earl of Onslow, the new Governor of New Zealand. ...

    Article : 29 words
  32. The French in the Pacific.

    LONDON, January 23.-Bishop Freppel, the noted French writer and divine, has complained of the action of the Government of Chili in annexing Easter Island in the South Pacific, and ...

    Article : 193 words
  33. Torpedo Boats.

    LONDON, January 23.-The Admiralty author ities have ordered ten torpedo boats to be built at the Yarrow Works. ...

    Article : 22 words
  34. Bishop of St. Asaph Dead.

    LONDON, January 23.-The death is announced of the Sight Rev, Joshua Hughes, Bishop of Asaph. ...

    Article : 22 words
  35. Emigration to the Colonies.

    LONDON, January 23.-The Earl of Derby, in presiding at a meeting of the Self-help Emigration Society held at Liverpool, said he was sure the colonies would legislate to check a scheme ...

    Article : 74 words

    The talk of the day is the tramways affair. And the roads by the "unemployed" made: But A Saunders, with watches and jewellery rare, Is a topic makes all others fade. ...

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    The people are so jolly, The people ace so gay, They banish melancholy On Anniversary Day ...

    Article : 45 words
  38. Commercial.

    LONDON, January 23.-The money market is declining, owing to the expected nearly reduction of the bank rate. Three months' bills are quoted at 2 1/2. The quantity of American wheat and ...

    Article : 240 words
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