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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 26 words
  3. LATEST HEWS BY CABLE.

    A packet, addressed to the Chief of Police, was recently received at Berlin, and on being opened it was found to contain an infernal machine. ...

    Article : 37 words
  4. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 472 words
  5. Weather Report.

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    APPOINTMENT OF SMALL DEBTS COURT BAILIFF.— A meeting of magistrates was held at the police station, West Maitland, this morning, for the purpose of considering application for the position of ...

    Article : 468 words
  7. MONDAY, JULY 1ST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 225 words
  8. THE FRENCH IN MADAGASCAR.

    The advance of the French expedition in Madagascar upon the capital is very slow, owing to the difficulty in obtaining supplies. The Hovas seldom fight, but appear to be trying to decoy the French ...

    Article : 40 words
  9. FRESH HONOURS.

    It is officially announced that the retiring Liberal Ministry has made the following recommendations: Lord Carrington to be an Earl; Sir Henry Loch to a Boron; Four New Peers will be made in ...

    Article : 49 words
  10. THE PROROGATION.

    The Imperial Parliament will bo prorogued on July 9, and a dissolution will lake place immediately afterwards. ...

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  11. THE NEW COMMANDEE-IN-CHIEF.

    It is rumoured that the Marquis of Lansdowne, Secretary of State for War, intends to nominate General Lord Roberts for the position of Commander-in-Chief of the British Army, in succession to ...

    Article : 39 words
  12. THE TURF IN ENGLAND.

    At the Kempton Park First Summer meeting to-day the principal race resulted as under:— KEMPTON PARK TWO-YEAR-OLD PLATE of 600 sovs; 5 furlongs (53 entries). ...

    Article : 60 words
  13. PROBABLE WEATHER.

    New South Wales: Fresh to strong winds West to S.W. Weather fine generally, except some showers and snow on the western highlands. ...

    Article : 29 words
  14. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    The shilling fund initiated by the Daily Telegraph towards the national testimonial to Dr. W. G. Grace amounts to 50,000 shillings £2500. ...

    Article : 25 words
  15. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST.

    We have received from Mr. Clement L: Wragge, the Queensland Government Meteorologist, the following weather forecast:— Brisbane, Monday. ...

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  16. MASSACRE IN MACEDONIA.

    Nine workmen have been massacred by Bashi-Bazoufea, in Macedonia, Turkey. ...

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  17. FOOTBALL.

    The Maitland Pirates journeyed to Morpeth on Saturday to fulfil an engagement with a local fifteen and succeeded in defeating them by 25 points to 3. The trios for the winners were ...

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  18. GROUNDING OP AN ITALIAN MAN-OF-WAR.

    The Italian man-of-war Sardegna (one of the vessels forming the Italian squadron at the Kiel demonstration), which went aground in the Great Belt while on her return voyage to the ...

    Article : 45 words
  19. TO-DAY'S MARKET NEWS.

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  20. TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

    The ship Argus which arrived to-day from Glasgow reports that on May 23 the third officer fell overboard, and the mate together with five of the crew went away in a boat to attempt to rescue ...

    Article : 152 words
  21. POLITICS IN HUNGARY.

    A number of Liberal peers have been created in Hungary, in order to secure a majority in the Legislature for the passing of the remainder of the religious bills. ...

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  22. AUSTRALIAN POULTRY.

    The Queensland poultry brought by the steamer Duke of Argyll was landed in good condition, the method of packing being considered excellent. Fowls sold at 3s Gd to Is 6d wish. It is useless to ...

    Article : 65 words
  23. Advertising

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    Advertising : 444 words
  24. THE BRITISH REVENUE.

    The revenue of the United Kingdom for the past quarter amounts to £23,526,598. ...

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  25. STRIKE IN THE TIN TRADE.

    A number of tin-plate works in Wales have been closed. Thirty thousand hands are affected by the lockout. ...

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  26. TO-DAY'S SPORTING NEWS.

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  27. DEATH OP MARSHAL PEIXOTO.

    The death is announced of Marshal Peixoto, who was President of Brazil during the insurrection which broke out in 1893. ...

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  28. BOWTHORNE v. LARGS.

    The Bowthorne (Hinton) Football Club commenced their season with a friendly game of Rugby on the local ground on Saturday last against Largs. The game resulted in an easy win for Bowthorne ...

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  29. THE BISHOP OF RIVERINA.

    The Rev. A. E. Anderson was consecrated Bishop of Riverina by the Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Benson), in St. Paul's Cathedral, yesterday. ...

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  30. HIGGENS, MARSHALL, AND CO. REPORT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 349 words
  31. LIVE STOCK SHIPMENTS.

    The rules which have been drawn up by the London underwriters for regulating the shipment of live cattle have been submitted to the Board of Trade. They will apply to all vessels carrying ...

    Article : 187 words
  32. KILLED BY A RUNAWAY.

    A carter named George Smith while endeavouring to stop a runaway horse this morning was knocked down and trampled to death. ...

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  33. OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE SHEEP SHOW.

    The Lieutenant-Governor formally opened the sheep show to-day in the presence of a large number of sheep breeders and others interested in the pastoral industry. An address of welcome was ...

    Article : 162 words
  34. The Political Situation in England.

    The Agents-General for the colonies have paid farewell visits to the Marquis of Ripon on his retirement from the Colonial Office consequent upon the change of Ministry. ...

    Article : 560 words
  35. ROUGH VOYAGE OF THE PERTHSHIRE.

    The steamer Perthshire with, a shipment of Queensland live cattle has arrived at Gravesend. Eight bullocks died since the vessel left New Zealand, some from the result of accidents. Nearly ...

    Article : 93 words
  36. FOUL RIDING IN RACES.

    The jury returned a verdict of accidental death at the inquest on the body of the jockey Lawrence McNulty, who met with fatal injuries at Kensington racecourse on Thursday. One of the jurymen asked ...

    Article : 72 words
  37. E. W. SPARKE'S REPORT.

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  38. CITY OF MELBOURNE BANK.

    Mr. Thomas Loader, chairman of the City of Melbourne Bank, has cabled to Australia for the approval of the Melbourne board of directors, the leading features of the new scheme of ...

    Article : 47 words
  39. ITALY AND ABYSSINIA.

    Envoys from King Men[?]k of Abyssinia have arrived at St. Petersburg. They have made a formal appeal for Russian protection against Italian aggression on the frontier of Abyssinia. ...

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  40. THE DEATH OP ERNEST GILL.

    The adjourned inquest on the body of Ernest Gill was continued to-day, but so far no fresh evidence has been elicited. The evidence closed this afternoon, when the Coroner said he had no side or the other, and he intended to Bum up at length and review the salient points of the case if necessary. During his long experience he never saw a case in which the jury had given so much ...

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  41. THE CHINESE WAR INDEMNITY.

    China is willing to concede to Russia and France the raising of half the amount of the indemnity loan (£16,000,000), provided the other half be raised in Great Britain and Germany. ...

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  42. V.R.C. GRAND NATIONAL MEETING.

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  43. AGENCY-GENERAL OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The decision of Sir William Robinson not to accept the position of Agent-General for Western Australia if the salary be attached is unalterable. ...

    Article : 28 words
  44. DEATH OF PROFESSOR HUXLEY.

    The death is announced of Professor Huxley, the eminent scientist. ...

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  45. MR. REID AND THE ELECTION AT TAMWORTH.

    The expressed intention of the Premier to apeak at Tamworth in favour of Sir George Dibbs's opponent, Mr. Piddineton, in generally condemned in political cirles as being a moat unusual thing for ...

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  46. NEW MINING COMPANY.

    The Victory Gold-mining Company, Coo, Western Australia, which has been formed with a capital of £130,000, is offering shares to the public to the extent of £82,000. ...

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  47. AUSTRALIAN WINES IN ENGLAND.

    The Australian Wine Company is about to send a representative to buy direct from Australian growers. ...

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  48. THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS.

    The Railway Commissioners (Messrs. Oliver and Fehon) left Sydney about noon to-day on a visit to Newcastle. They will return to-morrow night. ...

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  49. LORD MAYOR OP LONDON.

    A baronetcy baa been conferred upon Sir Joseph Eenals, Lord Mayor of London. ...

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  50. DEATH OF A VETERAN JOURNALIST.

    Mr. Thomas Daniel, proprietor of the Goulburn Evening Post, died this morning in Sydney, aged 76. For over 35 years he was a resident of Goulburn. ...

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  51. TO-DAY'S STOCK SALES IN SYDNEY.

    The Homebush market was firm at last week's rates, with prime sorts in advance. 11,900 sheep were penned. Wethers sold from Ss 9d to 8s 5d [?] 5s to 6s 3d, crossbreds to 10s; A. A. ...

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  52. ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL AT WESTMINSTER.

    The ceremony or laing the foundation stone of the new Roman Catholic Cathedral to be built at Westminster was performed yesterday by Dr. Vaughan, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster ...

    Article : 83 words
  53. MELBOURNE.

    Arthur Buck, murderer of Catherine Norton, at South Melbourne, was executed this morning. The prisoner, who all along retained his careless attitude towards death, stepped on the gallows, in ...

    Article : 45 words
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