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  2. LATE CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Wednesday Evening.—The censure motion moved by Mr. F.E. Smith, on behalf of the Opposition, on the Government, on the ground that the latter had not fulfilled its ...

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  3. LATE GABLE NEWS.

    BERNE, Wednesday Evening.—After sixteen years building in the face of enormous engineering difficulties the railway being constructed up the Jungfran in the Swiss Alps ...

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  4. LATE CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Wednesday Evening.—Baron Mersey, retired President of the probate, Divorce, and Admirably Division of the High Court of Justice, has arbitrated in connection with the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Assembly lives in stirring times nowadays and yesterday was no exception to the rule. There was a peaceful two minutes at the beginning, during which Mr. ...

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  7. Lord Dudley in a Smash.

    PARIS, Wednesday Evening.—A telegram received from Nice reports a Sensational accident in connection with which Earl Dudley, late Governor-General of Australia had a narrow ...

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  8. Hot-Blooded Politics.

    CONSTANTINOPLE, Wednesday Evening.—A shocking tragedy in connection with Bulgarian politics is reported from Petrich, 53 miles north of [?]onika. ...

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  9. Big Sea Sweeps Island.

    An early arrival at Sydney this morning was the Island mail steamer Maksmbo, under command of Captain Wetherall. The steamer came from the New Hebridge via Norfolk and ...

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  11. Spaniards in Morocco.

    MADRID, Wednesday Evening.—Further fighting between the Spanlards and the Moore has taken place in the vicinity of Meil[?]. Six Spaniards were killed and 26 wounded. ...

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  12. Flooded Spain.

    ROME, Wednesday Evening.—The Pope has shown keen sympathy with the suffers of Anda[?]sia, Spain, through the recent storms and floods. ...

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  13. TOO REALISTIC.

    BERLIN, Wednesday Evening.—The Censor of Plays has prohibited the production in Germany of Cecil Raleigh's drama. "The Great Millionaire." ...

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  14. Nineteen Miles of Pipes.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—Members of the Metropolitan Beard of Works at their ordinary meeting yesterday gave consideration to an important recommendation involving the ...

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  15. Marmora From London.

    When the P. and O. mail steamer Marmora arrived at Sydney this morning from London, via ports she was moored at the Company's buoy in Athol Bight and the passengers were ...

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  16. Dirty Sydney.

    A report upon the City Council's cleansing department has been prepared by Mr. Webster, the chief inspector. He stated that the work performed was of great magnitude requiring ...

    Article : 438 words
  17. CRIMES OF PARIS.

    A terrible crime was committed by burglars early one morning last month at Thials a few miles from Paris. Near the church of that village resided a M. Moreau a man of means aged ...

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  18. FIFTY DROWNED.

    RANGOON, Wednesday Evening.—Further particulars of the ca[?] of a launch near Rangoon, 50 persons being drowned show that the launch which was named the Chinbo ...

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  19. SALES OF WESTERN PROPERTIES.

    J. P. Martin, stock and station agent, Bourke reports having effected the sales of the following western properties direct:— On account Mr. J.P. Brown his Bange ...

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  21. WADDINGTON'S PICTURES.

    Waddington have contributed largely to the many fine pictures shows which provide this popular form of amusement to such large numbers of city and suburban folk. They ...

    Article : 148 words
  22. WORKHOUSE HONEYMOON.

    Rather than give up [?]moking her cherished clay pipe, an Irish bride named Johanna Wood has left the workhouse at Faversham, kent in England. Her husband who was else an ...

    Article : 199 words
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  24. LION AND DOGS.

    Mr. Rainey the American millionaire has recently concluded a six months lion hunk in British East Africa. Contrary to the predictions of several sportsmen of long experiences ...

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  26. IN THE [?].

    The business of the [?] Legislative Council was the second [?] of the trial Arbitration Bill. Before this was reached, however, Mr. Brown presented a petitions. ...

    Article : 307 words
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