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  3. LATE NEWS BY CABLE.

    China is urging Russia to restore Manchuria to the control of the Chinese authority to evacuate Niuchwang, and to return the Manchurian section of the Peking to Niu-chwang railway, as Great Britain ...

    Article : 71 words
  4. AWFUL TRAGEDY NEAR SYDNEY.

    A terrible triple tragedy was enacted at Hurstville this morning, when John Joseph Peadon, a commercial traveller, whose age is given as 44, and who for the past eight years bus resided in a cottage ...

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  5. NEWCASTLE NEWS.

    The Agriculture Society has a credit balance of £348 1s 5d. The Society has decided to erect on the ground 20 complete and 30 roofed stalis, and plane are to be prepared for second pavilion. ...

    Article : 579 words
  6. FRANCE.

    In the course of trials at Cherbourg submarine bouts exhibited extraordinary skill in outmancuvring battleships. M. Rouvier, the French Minister for finance, has ...

    Article : 44 words
  7. THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS.

    The weather was fine and bright this morning at Bournemouth, when the match against South of England was resumed. The wicket was very difficult, and the attendance numbered 2000. ...

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  8. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The burghers in the Transvaal and in the Orange River Colony are contentedly resettling on their homesteads. Their chief anxiety is to rebuild their houses. Material and transport are scarce. There ...

    Article : 48 words
  9. THE COLOMBIAN DEVOLUTION.

    The United States Government has ordered the ,turret steamer Wisconsin and the cruiser Cincinnati to Panama and Colon respectively to prevent the Colombian revolutionists interfering with the ...

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  10. "CORNERS" IN GRAIN.

    A decision of the Circuit Court at Chicago if upheld will prevent the forming of " corners" in grain. ...

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  11. LATEST NEWS BY WIRE.

    The tender of J. Burley, Hamilton, has been accepted for the construction of a bridge over Myall Creek, road Dungog to Bandon Grove. ...

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  12. THE BOER GENERALS.

    General Botha has come to a definite rupture with Mr. Kruger, Dr. Leyds, and Mr. Reitz. General Botha attributes the failure of the conference with Mr. Chamberlain to have the results he anticipated ...

    Article : 77 words
  13. STR EDMUND BARTON.

    Sir Edmund Barton was bidden, farewell by a large crowd of people yesterday at Ottawa, whence he proceeds to Vancouver. In replying to an Address from the Ottawa Hoard of Trade, presented on ...

    Article : 107 words
  14. SYDNEY STOCK & SHARE MARKET.

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  15. THE BISHOPRIC OF MELBOURNE.

    It is announced that the Rev. Henry Lowther Clarke (Vicar of Huddersfield) has been appointed Bishop of Melbourne in succession to the Rev. Field Fiowers Goe. ...

    Article : 101 words
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  17. TRAGEDY AT BAIRNSDALE.

    A shocking occurrence is reported from Eagle Point, near Barinsdale, where a young man, William Shearing made a determined attempt to murder another young man, James White, vioiently assaulted the ...

    Article : 515 words
  18. Family Notices

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  19. THE VERY LATEST

    The Iowa is not seriously damaged. ...

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  20. A LADY MEDICAL OFFICES.

    Dr. Ada Williams, of New Zealand, has been appointed medical officer of the Isle of Wight Lunatic Asylum. ...

    Article : 23 words
  21. A VIOLENT STORM.

    A violent storm of wind blew two workmen off the Tay Bridge, and they were killed. ...

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  22. THE UNITED STATES AND NEWFOUNDLAND.

    The Cabinet at Washington is not sanguine time it can reciprocate with Newfoundland, owing to the attitude generally of the Sonata in such questions. ...

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  24. THE STORM IN KENT.

    Damage done in the county of Kent by the recent storm amounts to one hundred thousand pounds A mass of drifted hailstones nearly filled a cutting forty yards long, ton foot wide, and six feet deep ...

    Article : 40 words
  25. A PRINCE ACQUITTED.

    The Prince of Braganza has been acquitted. ...

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  26. VENEZUELA.

    President Caracas has ordered that the Mottos shall be tried for treason, offering if successful that outside capitalists shall control the fluaces of Venezuela. The Consul at Liverpool has reported ...

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  27. MYSTERIOUS DEATHS.

    Two deaths have been reported at Taunton, the victims Leing folk who had oaten pies purchased at Derby. ...

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  28. THE HAYTIAN REBELLION.

    The Firminist General Chievye, has been executed at Port an Prince. Firmin in, a violent proclammation, accuse Hayti of Instigating Germany to destroy the gunboat Crete a Picrrot. There are ...

    Article : 67 words
  29. INTENTIONS OF SOME MEMBERS OP THE TEAM.

    As a contradiction to rumours of their expected retirement from the cricket field, Darling and Trumble state that, although it is not their intention to again visit England, they will continue to ...

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  30. LATEST SPORTING' NEWS.

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  31. SIDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS.

    Fodder was unusually plentiful to-day at dfern, suppling coming from many country districts, including Glen Innes, Bomen, Tamworth, Singleton, Maitland, Brewongle, Muswellbrook, and ...

    Article : 257 words
  32. ACCUSATIONS AGAINST THE AUSTRALIANS.

    In reference to ill-natured accusations of waste of time by the Australians on Wednesday, the last day of the second South of England match, Darling and Trumble, in the course of an interview with the ...

    Article : 74 words
  33. THE LAST MATCH.

    The last match of the four is to be entered upon to-day, when the Australians will engage in a match against the Players of England at Kensington Oval. ...

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  34. THE AUSTRALIANS' RECORD.

    The Australian have now played 38 matches, of which 23 have been won, 2 lost, and 13 drawn, Murdoch's famous 1882 team played 38 matches winning 23, and losing 4, 11 being drawn. ...

    Article : 36 words
  35. HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES

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