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  2. EASTER ENCAMPMENTS.

    Yesterday was the show day with the field force at Liverpool and Casula, when thoir Excellencies the Governor-General and the State Governor visited the camp, saw the troops on ...

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  3. COMMONWEALTH AND STATE.

    Sir John Forrest, the Acting Prime Minister, who arrived in Sydney by yesterday's Melbourne express, entertains the idea that much which gives rise to friction between the ...

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  4. SYDNEY CAPTURED.

    On Saturday the garrison defence forces under the general command of LieutenantColonel Campbelll, V.D., located at Middle and South Heads and Chowder Bay, together ...

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  5. THE TRANSVAAL.

    There is temporary superabundance of native labour on the Rand. Three thousand natives are unable to obtain employment, and other natives are offering ...

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  6. MISRULE IN MOROCCO.

    The French troops occupied Ujda, in Morocco, without resistance. The Governor of the city assured General Lyantery of his friendly sentiments. The ...

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  7. THE PEACE CONFERENCE.

    M. Martens, the Russian, statesman who is arranging on behaU of the Czar the programme of the Peace Conference, states that all the Powers have accepted ...

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  8. GERMAN WITHDRAWAL PROPOSED.

    The "Berliner Tugeblatt" suggests that Germany should abandon her Moroccan pretensions on condition that France acquiesces in the development of German ...

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  9. PROTESTS OF INDIANS.

    A mass meeting of Indians held at Johannesburg passed resolutions protesting against the Act for the registration of Asiatics, just passed by the Transvaal ...

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  10. PERSONAL.

    His Excellency the Governor-General paid a visit to the Easter camp at Liverpool on Saturday. He presented the Prince of Wales and Hutton trophies to the successful New ...

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  11. GARRISON DEFENCE FORCES.

    On Saturday morning the artillery forcos at Middle Head were engaged at gun drill in the various batteries, and put in several hours' honest work. In the afternoon the ...

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  12. TERRIBLE EXPLOSION OF DYNAMITE.

    While miners were mustering at Driefontein Consolidated mine, on the Rand, two cases of dynamite exploded. Four whites and 50 natives were killed, and ...

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  13. RACIAL FEELING AT THE CAPE.

    Sir W. F. Hely-Hutchinson, Governor of Cape Colony, in an address at Graf Relnet, expressed his heartfelt satisfaction at the steady diminution of the racial ...

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  14. EMPIRE'S DEFENCE.

    Lord Milner, in an article in the "National Review," states that it is essential that the Colonial Conference should provide permanent machinery for continuing ...

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  15. WAITING FOR AN INVISIBLE FOE.

    There was an extraordinary example last night of the efficiency of the Commonwealth defence system. A garrison force of about 1100 men have been entrusted with the ...

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  16. REVOLUTIONARY STORES SEIZED.

    Police at Reval, on the Baltic airested ten members of the Revolutionary Fighting Committee. In making the arrests the police seized a quantity of arms, ...

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  17. AUSTRALIAN CONDITIONS.

    The Agents-General, considering that the "Emigrants' Guide" book issued by the Colonial Office gravely misrepresents Australian conditions nnd tends to ...

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  18. THE ROUMANIAN RISING.

    The rebeis in Roumania are treating the rich ferociously. A wounded landlord begged for a priest. A rebel leader stabbed him with a knife, ...

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  19. BRITISH REVENUE.

    The revenue of the United Kingdom for the year ended to-day amounted to £144,814,000, an increase of almost a million sterling on that of the previous your. ...

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  20. FIELD ARTILLERY AT NATIONAL PARK.

    The camp of the field artillery at National Park was visited both on Saturday and yesterday by hundreds of sightseers notwithstanding the difficulties experienced in ...

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  21. VICTORIA.

    Almost the whole of the sitting of the Political Labour Council Conference on Saturday and to-day was devoted to organisation and financial business. ...

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  22. HELP FOR DISTRESSED JEWS.

    The American Jewish committee is forwarding to sufferers by the anti-Jewish riots in Roumania 200,000 dollars (£40,000), being the balance of the fund ...

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  23. DELEGATES TO COLONIAL CONFERENCE.

    Dr. Jameson, Premier of Cope Colony, Dr. Siuartl, Minister for Public Works of Cape Colony, and Mr. F. R. Moor, Premier of Natal, have arrived in London to ...

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  24. PHILIPPINE SELF-GOVERNMENT.

    Elections to the first Legislative Assembly of the Philippine Islands will be held on July 30. The election of the Legislative Assembly of ...

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  25. WHITELEY'S MURDERER RESPITED.

    Mr. H. Gladstone, the Home Secretary, has granted a respite to Horace Rayner, sentenced to death for the murder of William Whiteley, the universal provider, with ...

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  26. GRAND OPER[?]A SEASON.

    The introduction of the new Grand Opera Company to Australia at the Princess Theatre on Saturday night was a great success, a brilliant performance of "Lohengrin' being ...

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  27. SQUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The revenue for the January quarter amounted to £911,337, showing an increase of £102,582 upon the corresponding term of the previous year. The principal contributors to ...

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  28. FROM AND TO THE ISLANDS.

    The steamer Moresby, of the fleet of Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co., returned to Sydney yesterday from an extended cruise among the islands of the Solomon group, via ...

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  29. HAMBURG STRIKE.

    The outrages against the English nonunionists working in the Hamburg dockyards are increasing. One man was nearly stoned to death. Others have abandoned ...

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  30. AMERICAN EXPRESS DERAILED.

    The express from New Orleans to San Francisco became derailed at Golton, 53 miles east of Los Angeles, California. Sixty people wore killed and 100 ...

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  31. IRISH UNIVERSITY SCHEME.

    A mass meeting of gradutes of Trinity College, Dublin, has passed a resolution protesting against Mr. J. Bryce's scheme for a University for Ireland, on the ...

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  32. WOMEN'S EXHIBITION.

    The Princess of Wales has promised Mrs. Coghlan, wife of the Agont-General for New South Whiles, to send a screen worked by herself for the Women's ...

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  33. DECREASE IN WINE EXPORT.

    The exports of wine from Victoria and from the Commonwealth as a whole have recently shown a serious decline, following upon consistent advance, at any rate in the case ...

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  34. A PARLIAMENTARY TOUR.

    The Premier and Parliamentary party returned to Adelaide after spending a week in the far north, as far as Oodnadatta, and inspecting copper mines near the railway on the ...

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  35. A WIDOW'S SACRIFICE.

    Mrs. Gehennen, widow of a New York banker, forfeits £2,000,000 under her husband's will in order to marry aga[?]. ...

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  36. EDUCATION INQUIRIES.

    At a valedictory social tendered by the Teachers' Association last night to the Director of Education, the Chief Secretary stated that the Government had decided that the ...

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  37. SILVER.

    Bar silver was quoted yesterday at 2s 6 7-16d per ounce standard, a tall of 3-16d since the previous day. ...

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  38. AT LA PEROUSE.

    The St. George's Rifles, who are encamped at La Perouse, togother with the assistance of a half-squadron of the Mounted Infantry, form the line f defence along the coast from ...

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