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  5. Death of Sir 91. Mackenzie.

    LONDON, February 4.—The death is announced of Sir Morell Mackenzie, the eminent medical specialist, who attended the late Emperor Frederick of Germany, in his ...

    Article : 41 words
  6. Sir Morell Mackenzie.

    INFLUENZA has taken another distinguished victim. Sir MORELL MACKENZIE, who, four years ago, in connection with the fatal illness of the German Emperor FREDERICK ...

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    LONDON FEBRUARY 4.—The DAILY NEWS, in commenting upon the result of the International Cricket Match, played at Sydney between England and Australia, ...

    Article : 109 words
  8. Mr. Dibbs's Holiday.

    LONDON, February 4.—The news re-ceived by cable from Sydney that Mr. Dibbs, the Colonial Secretary of New South Wales, is coming to London to ...

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  9. Bank of South Australia.

    LONDON, February 8.—Many sales of Bank of South Australia shares have been made at prices ranging from £8 to £9 10s. ...

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  10. New Mining Machinery.

    LONDON, February 3.—Mr. E.W. Hawker, the South Australian mining expert, has returned to London, having visited Fresno, Los Angeles, San Benardino, Pueblo, ...

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  11. The Russian Famine Fund.

    LONDON, February 4.—It is alleged that officials of the Russian Bed Cross Society have embezzled 13,000,000 roubles (about £650,000) of the fund subscribed for the ...

    Article : 45 words
  12. Maritime Miscellany.

    High water in Sydney Cove: 12.37 a.m., 12.59 p.m. PEOJECTED DEPARTURES To-day.—Barcoo (s) at 5 p.m., for Melbourne; Fitzroy (s) at 5 p.m., for ...

    Article : 551 words
  13. Portugal.

    LONDON, February 4.—The Portuguese Chamber of Deputies has refused to discuss the proposal for the sale of the colonies of Portugal as a means of wiping out the ...

    Article : 68 words
  14. Family Notices

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  15. The Hiddilston Frauds.

    LONDON, February 3.—The appeal of the London Chartered Bank of Australia v. M'Millan, Colonial Treasurer of New South Wales, as nominal defendant, in a suit ...

    Article : 88 words
  16. The West Australian Loan.

    LONDON, February 3. — The loan of £250,000, at 4 per cent, tenders for which at a minimum of 99 have been invited by the London and Westminster Bank, is ...

    Article : 87 words
  17. The Wreck of the Eider.

    LONDON, .February 4.—The North German Lloyd steamer Eider, which went ashore at the Isle of Wight daring a heavy fog, was uninsured. ...

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  18. Miners' Troubles.

    NEWCASTLE, Friday.—Mr. Thomas Dix, the miners' general secretary, has received an intimation that the miners at Curlewis Colliery, near Ghnnedah, had received a notice from the ...

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  19. Freehold I. and B. Company.

    LONDON, February 3.—The London manager of the Freehold Investment and Banking Company of Australia, Limited, reports that business has been so ...

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  20. Ministerial Visit to Manly.

    The Minister for Public Worts (Mr. Lyne) and the Postmaster-General (Mr. Kidd), accompanied by Messrs. Barling (Under-Secretary for Works). Darley (Engineer-in-Chief for Harbors and ...

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  21. Bishop Barlow.

    LONDON, February 4.—The Right Rev. Dr. Barlow, the recently-appointed Bishop of Northern Queensland, will leave England for his diocese in the British-India ...

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  22. H.M.S. Victoria.

    LONDON, February 4. — The work of lightening H.M.S. Victoria, ashore at Platæa, on the coast of Greece, is being proceeded with. The weather is ...

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  23. The Meat Famine.

    LONDON, February 4.—The scarcity of meat in Paris, owing to the new tariff shutting out German and Austrian supplies, is causing frozen meat from, the ...

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  24. Unemployed in Melbourne.

    Melbourne, Friday.—A special meeting of the Cabinet was held yesterday, the principal subject for consideration being the measures to be adopted to relieve the distress of the unemployed in the ...

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  25. Another Vein of Gold.

    Mr. H. W. Newman, M.L.A., has received the following telegram, dated February 4, from the manager of the Lucknow Reef: "Have struck a vein next to the quartz reef on the lower level, ...

    Article : 53 words
  26. The Irish Party.

    LONDON, February 4.—Mr. J. It. Cox, M.P. for East Clare, who lately visited Australia, declared in the course of a speech at Dublin last night that not more ...

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  27. Neighbors.

    At the Redfern Police Court on Thursday, John Russell was charged with assaulting Mary Ann Harrison. Prosecutrix stated that on New Year's Day she was sweeping her yard, when defendant, ...

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  28. The George-street Markets.

    On Tuesday evening Dr. Boss will ask the Colonial Secretary in the Legislative Assembly: Whether it is the intention of the Government to take any steps at an early date to rebuild a ...

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  29. The Baldwin Engines.

    In the Assembly on Thursday evening Mr. Hutchison asked the Colonial Treasurer: 1. Is it a fact that the Baldwin locomotives, which were said to be a failure for the purpose for which ...

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  30. The Russian Jews.

    LONDON, February 4.—The Russian Jews who have been settled in the Argentine Republic are already desirous of returning to Russia. ...

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  31. Debentures Corporation.

    LONDON, February 4.—The London and Australasian Debentures Corporation has declared a dividend of 4 per cent. A dividend of 6 per cent, was declared for the ...

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  32. The New Customs Duties.

    In Chambers this morning, before his Honor Mr. Justice Manning, three more applications were made for rules nisi for mandamus directed to Mr. James Powell, Collector ...

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  33. The Late Rev. C H. Spurgeon.

    LONDON, February 4.—The head of each religious denomination in England has been invited to attend the funeral of the late late Rev. C. H. Spurgeon at Norwood ...

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  34. To-morrow's Auctions.

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  35. Closing of Mails.

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  36. Cardinal Manning's Successor.

    LONDON, February 4.—Strong efforts are being made in influential Catholic circles to secure the nomination of the Bight Rev. Monsignor Canon Daviel Gilbert to the ...

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  38. The Pearl Mystery.

    LONDON, February 4.—Captain Osborne i bringing his wife to England to answer the warrant issued against her for perjury in connection with the recent sensational case ...

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