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  2. HOSPITAL SATURDAY.

    Hospital Saturday—Sydney's great day for contributing to the maintenance of its charitable institutions—yielded £6808. This sum is £139 15s 6d above the total for the day last ...

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  3. INTERSTATE EIGHTS.

    New South Wales proved the victor in the interstate eight-oar contest on the Upper Derwent on Saturday afteinoon. At the outset there was scarcely a ripple on the water, ...

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  4. STUDENTS' DAY OUT.

    The annual street procession of the University students took place on Saturday, aud subsequently, before the serious business of the Commemoration took place, a wild, hilarious ...

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  5. THE PARRAMATTA DRAFT.

    The passengers by the H.M.S. Otranto, which left Sydney on March 16 for London, being interested in the naval draft of 30 men, with officers, sent to England to ...

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  6. ROYAL ACADEMY.

    The banquet at the Royal Academy last night was attended by artistic and literary notabilities. The Prince of Wales emphasised the ...

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  7. VIENNA POISONING CASE.

    Lieutenant Hofficher has confessed to an attempt which was made some time ago to poison ten officers of the general stuff of the Austrian Army at Yienna. ...

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  8. RACIAL CO-OPERATION.

    The railway from Belfast to Lydenburg, in the Transvaal, built entirely by whites, was opened yesterday. General Botha, tbe Premier, in declaring ...

    Article : 79 words
  9. THE PARLIAMENT BILL.

    The Parliament (Veto) Bill has been issued. The preamble foreshadows the provision ultimately of a second Chamber elected on a popular basis. ...

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  10. ANARCHIST'S REVENGE.

    Several people who were unknown shot with a revolver, and killed a policeman on night duty at the Narva Gate, St. Petersburg. "This policeman was the man who ...

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  11. THE ALBANIAN REVOLT.

    A respite of 24 hours has expired. A force of 6000 Albanians holds the Kachnlk defile, and Turkish troops are enveloping the position, which is described as" another ...

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  12. THE BUDGET.

    Parliament met formally to-day, when by Royal Commission the Royal Assent was given to the Finance Bill. ...

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  13. TRAGEDY IN A THEATRE.

    Jess Hope, a former employee at the Camberwell Empire Theatre, who stabbed Healy, a stage carpenter, to death, after a performance at the theatre in March last, ...

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  14. THE IMPERIAL IDEA.

    Lord Milner, in the course of an address at the Compatriots' Club, said: "If, as it is fervently hoped, the present loose association of self-governing States in the Empire ...

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  15. GEEAT AVIATION PRIZE,

    The prize of £10,000, won by M. Panican by his flight from London to Manchester, was presented to him at a lunch given by the Aero Club yesterday. The ...

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  16. AUSTRALIAN LABOUR POLICY.

    Dr. M'Call, Agent-General for Tasmania, speaking at a banquet of the Ironmongers' Company, said he. believed that the members of the Australian Labour Government ...

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  17. VISCOUNT GLADSTONE.

    Viscount Gladstone, Governor-General designate of South Africa, and Lady [?] stone, have sailed for South Africa. ...

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  18. MOISTURE IN BUTTER.

    The butter trade welcomes the recommendation of the Australian Customs, that the limit of moisture in butter should be 14 per rent., especially after the recent ...

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  19. THE WOOL SALES.

    There was a good sale at the wool auctions this afternoon, and prices were fully maintained. April 30. ...

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  20. LEAGUE FOOTBALL.

    Aston Villa, with 53 points, and Liverpool, with 48 points, are bead of the Footbull League teams. Chelsea and Bolton Wanderers are relegated to the second ...

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  21. ANOTHER £10,000 PRIZE.

    The "Dally Mail" offers another prize of £10,000 for a flight in Great Britain. May 1. It is understood that the prize of £10,000 ...

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  22. S.S. CARPENTARIA AT DURBAN.

    The steamer Carpentaria, which was reported overdue at Capetown, and which was subsequently repotted returning to Durban with a damaged rudder, has ...

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  23. LORD ISLINGTON.

    Lord Islington, Governor-Designate of New Zealand, has appointed Mr. Robertson Kerr Clark as private secretary, and Captain M'Gill-Crichton-Maitland aide-de-camp. ...

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  24. FATAL BOXING MATCH.

    At San Francisco yesterday, in a boxing eucounter, Owen Moran, of England[?] knocked out Tommy M'Carthy in the sixteenth round. As M'Carthy was rendered ...

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  25. A PRELIMINARY CEREMONY.

    The packed and crowded audience which saw the stately procession led by the Enquire Bedoll and his mace come tip the hall to the dals, and which watched the Chancellor, in his gold and ...

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  26. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEAL.

    The Privy Council has reserved judgment in the appeal from the decision of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in the action Hordern v Hordern. Counsel for ...

    Article : 349 words
  27. NEW ORIENT STEAMER.

    The Orient Steam Navigation Company has ordered a mail steamer, similar to the Orviero, 12,125 tons, from Joan Brown and Company, of Clydebank. ...

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  28. BY-ELECTION.

    The by-election for representation of Routh Edinburgh in the House of Commons, the vacancy being due to the acceptance by Mr. A. Dewar of judicial office, ...

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  29. TO STOP CHAMPIONSHIP.

    The "Observer" states that in consequence of the death of M'Carthy, an effort will be made in America to secure a declaration that, the tight between Jeffri[?]s ...

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  30. ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS.

    The principal event at the Newmarket meeting to-day resulted:- THE ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES of 100 [?]. each, half forfelt; for ...

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  31. THE DIVORCE LAW.

    The Lower House of Convocation of Canterbury, has passed a resolution in favour of the repeal of the Divorce Act of 1857. A committee of the House reported that ...

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  32. MR. ROOSEVELT IN HOLLAND.

    Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt and their children have been received, in Holland with popular ovations. Yesterday they lunched with Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Henry, ...

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  33. AMERICAN RAILWAYS.

    Many American railways are increasing freights on numerous commodities by from 10 to 20 per cent. ...

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  34. HOUDINI IN THE AIR.

    Houdini made a record flight in his aeroplane at Rosohill Park Racecourse yesterday. A crowd of several hundreds had gathered, and shortly after half-past 12 they were ...

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  35. JEWISH PRIMA DONNA.

    Selma Kury, a Viennese singer, has been refused permission to enter St. Petersbur[?] where she had been engaged as prima donna at the Imperial Opera House, ...

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  36. CASES OF SNAKEBITE.

    Mary Duggan, aged 5 years, was Savagely attacked by a large snake on Friday and bitten on the leg while playing on ploughed ground on her father's (Mr. John Duggan) ...

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  37. AMERICAN STRIKE ENDS.

    The strike Of 40,000 Soft coal miners in Pennsylvania has, ended in the mon receiving an advance in wages and other concessions. ...

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  38. DISASTROUS FIRE.

    Nine people perished in a fire at Cornwall, Ontario. The damage amounted to £50,000. ...

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  39. LAWN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    In the Covered courts lawn tennis doubles championship, Doust and Foideviu boat Gore and Roper-Barrett, the holders, by 6-3, 4-6, 7-5, 1-6, 8-6. ...

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  40. W. AND A. M'ARTHUR.

    The annual report of W. and A. M'Arthur shows a credit to profit and loss of £5450. A dividend of 5½ per cent on the preference shnros is declared, and £2000 is ...

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  41. THE COTTON FRAUDS.

    Liverpool bankers are refusing to accept Messrs. Knight and Yancey's drafts representing thousands of bales of cotton, thus throwing liability on American brokers. ...

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  42. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The trustees of the Felton Bequest have purchased Mr. William Hunt's picture, "Industrious Pupils," for the sum of 40 guineas for the Melbourne Gallery. ...

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  43. A LITTLE BOY'S ADVENTURE.

    On Wednesday afternoon the four-year-old boy of Mr. M. A. Klleen, of Newmarket, who had been playing in the yard, returned to the house, and complained that something had ...

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  44. THE SCULLS.

    The sculls were decided over a 2[?] miles course. Ivons led at the start, but when they had gone a mile Mcvilly was loading by at least two lengths, and was holding the ...

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  45. THE NORTHUMBERLAND STRIKE.

    The strike regarding the working of the eight-hours' provision in the Nor[?]umuerland collieries has already cost the Miners' Association £80,000 in strike pay. ...

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  46. CABLES IN CANADA.

    Mr. G. G. Ward, general manager of the Commercial Cable Company, has appealed to the Canadian Senate to reject the Cables Bill, which gives the Railway Commission ...

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  47. RUSSIAN IMMIGRANTS.

    The Japanese mall steamer Yawata Maru, which arrived here to-day from Yokohama and Hongkong, en route to Sydney and Melbourne brought 28 Russian immigrants for ...

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  48. WELCOME TO FOOTBALLERS.

    A crowd of 150,000 gave a great ovation to the winners of the Association Cup on their return to Newcastle. An official welcome was also accorded, and the journey of ...

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  49. SMALLPOX AT BUNBURY.

    E. Pike, chief engineer of the Steamer Novarra, which recently arrived at Bunbury, was found to he suffering from smallpox, modified by previous vaccination. The Novarra was ...

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  50. CANADIAN NAVAL BILL.

    The Canadian Senate has passed the Naval Bill without amendment. ...

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  51. SULKY AND MOTOR COLLIDE.

    A sulky driven by Constable Chamberlain, of nore Hill, and containing also Mr. Arthur G. Gullick. of the accountants' branch of the office of the inspector-General of Police, ...

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  52. FIRE IN THE CITY.

    A fire occurred shortly after [?].30 last night in a private lane at the rear of the premises of Stanley and Co., poultry dealers, Georgestreet, city. The fire was supposed to have ...

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