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  2. THE ANGLERS' HOLIDAY

    Christmas is undoubtedly the anglers' sea son in Australia. While the people on the "top side of the world" are shivering and hunting speckled trout that have more guile ...

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  3. NEWCASTLE. THE DUDLEY RELIEF FUND.

    While so much has bean heard of the cost of administering relief funds the case of the Dudley Disater Fund, as, an exception to the rule, puts up a unique record A general meeting of the committee of the fund ...

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  4. FEDERAL ELECTIONS. COMPLETE FIGURES.

    It may be said that the complete figures showing the votes cast in the Commonwealth elections are now to hand, as the Only ones remaining are those where absentee votes have not yet reached the divisional ...

    Article : 207 words
  5. SECOND EDITION SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted to-day at 2s 1 13-16d por ounce standard, an advanco of l-16d since yesterday. ...

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  6. BRITISH FISCAL POLICY. MANCHESTER FREETRADERS.

    Tho merchants, manufacturers, and shippers of Manchester, at a representative meeting yesterday, formed a non-party association for the purpose of undertaking ...

    Article : 68 words
  7. SPECIAL CABLES. FROM THE "HERALD'S" LONDON] CORRESPONDENTS.

    The "Petit Parisien" stairs that gold reefs have been discovered at Genest, in the Department of Mayenne, France, and that borings made in connection therewith ...

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  8. THE WAR CLOUD. IN THE EAU EAST.

    Well informed quarters in Peking consider that the prospects of the continuance of peace between Russia and Japan are les hopeful than advices from St. ...

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  9. QUARREL IN AN HOTEL,

    Shortly beforo 11 o'clock last night a healed argument arose between a number of men, who were in the bar of the Royal Pacific Hotel, at the corner of Harris and John streets. Two of ...

    Article : 200 words
  10. OUTCASTS FROM THE GOVERNMENT RANKS.

    The "Daily Telegraph" states that nest session the Government Whip will not communicate with the following members of the House.of Commons:—Mr. ...

    Article : 55 words
  11. OUTCOME OF A BAKERS' STRIKE.

    All the victuallers' corporations in Paris have gone out on strike to support the bakers in their efforts to obtain the complete suppression of employment agencies. ...

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  12. THE COAL EXPORT TRADE.

    The steamer Age cleared at the CuStoms to-day for Melbourne with 33[?]0 tons of coal; the steamer Bar rier, for Melbourne, with 3030 tons: the steamer Tsinan, for Hongkong, via Sydney, with 1150 tons of ...

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  13. QUEENSLAND.

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  14. LABOUR ON THE RAND.

    According to the Johannesburg correspondent of the "Times" the labour difficulty on the Rand has given a great setback to the revenue of the Transvaal, and ...

    Article : 510 words
  15. TRAM RAIL CONTRACTS.

    The London County Council, yielding to popular pressure, has accepted contracts for £80,000 worth of English-manufactured tram rails, though Belgian and American ...

    Article : 37 words
  16. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET.

    It was announcod In those columns two or three days age that a Melbourne gentleman who did not w[?]sh his name to be disclosed, had offered a gold cup or casket as a ...

    Article : 678 words
  17. ASSAULT BY LARRIKINS.

    A sailor named Charles Swinson was assaulted by a number of larrikins in Marketstreet, near Pyrmont Bridge, at an early hour this morning. A pedestrian who ...

    Article : 132 words
  18. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

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  19. THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY.,

    Earl Cowper, in a letter published in the "Times" writes that the advice of the Duke of Devonshire lends straight to the disruption of the Conservative party. ...

    Article : 57 words
  20. AN EARLY. ANSWER WANTED.

    The Tokoi correspondent of the "Standard" telegraphs that after the conference between M. Komura, the Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Baron ...

    Article : 73 words
  21. QUEENSLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 34 words
  22. VICTORIA. CHARGE AGAINST A PAWNBROKER.

    In the City Court to-day the hearing was commenced of the case in which Moss Aarons, of Carlton, pawnbroker, was charged with breaking Into the shop of Molen Meyers, ...

    Article : 91 words
  23. OPINION IN THE UNITED STATES.

    Mr. Alfred Moseley, in a letter published in the "Times," writes that no business man with whom he conversed while he was in the United States, except Mr. Andrew ...

    Article : 79 words
  24. WENTWORTH.

    Mr. Alfred Gale, returning officer, made the official declaration of the poll for Wentworth at the Paddington Town Hall yesterday morning. Mr., W. H. Kelly, M.P., and a few of his ...

    Article : 215 words
  25. PROPOSAL REJECTED BY RUSSIA.

    Reuter's representative at Tokio reports that officials in that city state that Russia has rejected the proposal made by Japan that a mutual guarantee should be given ...

    Article : 51 words
  26. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE.

    The Public Accounts Committee furnished a further report to the Legislative Assembly to-day, recommending:—. That the claim of the Raliway Department to be credited with ...

    Article : 246 words
  27. INJURIES TO WORKMEN.

    Mr. Andrew Carnegie has given 4,000,000dol (£800,000) for the relief of injured workmen and the indemnification of families of workmen killed in the employ ...

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  28. BATTLE IN MANCHURIA.

    Tlie Tartar General of the Kirin Province of Manchuria reports that four battalions of Chinese from Hun-chun, on the Tumen, on the northern boundary of ...

    Article : 249 words
  29. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN.

    The "Financial Times" considers that the result of the New Zealand subscription loan of £500,000 at 4 per cent, is apparently considered satisfactory in New ...

    Article : 76 words
  30. DALLEY.

    The official declaration of the poll for the Dalley electorate in connection with the Federal elections was made yesterday'at 12 o'clock noon, at the 'Rozelle post-office, as ...

    Article : 385 words
  31. EGYPTIAN FINANCES.

    Sir Eldon Gorst, Financial Adviser to the Egyptian Government, in a note to the Egyptian Budget for 1904, shows that with the country's growing prosperity the influx ...

    Article : 608 words
  32. ANGLICAN SELF-DENIAL.

    Dr. Winnington-lngram, the Bishop of London, recommends a Lenten self-denial, extending over six weeks, in the parishes of his diocese, in order to raise £30,000 for the ...

    Article : 68 words
  33. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Speaking with regard to the goldfields water scheme to-day, the Minister for Public Works (Mr. Rason) said that the reticulation of Coolgardie was completed, while that of ...

    Article : 242 words
  34. JAPANESE NATIONAL FEELING.

    Recent developments in the East have caused considerable attention to be directed to the steamer Changsha, which arrived at Moreton Bay from Hongkong this morning. ...

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  35. INTERSTATE CKICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES v QUEENSLAND.

    The team to represent Queensland against New South Wales in the match beginning tomorrow arrived yesterday. They were met by representatives of the N.S.W.C.A., and after ...

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  36. AUSTRALIAN INDEBTEDNESS.

    Mr. R. L. Nash, of Sydney, in a series of articles in the "Daily Chronicle," shows that the bulk of the borrowinss of the Australian States has been wisely invested ...

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  37. THE JAPANESE FLEET. '

    A message from Renter's representative at Tokio. Japan, states that though Messrs. Butterfield and Swire deny that 25 of their steamers have been taken over by Japan ...

    Article : 124 words
  38. NEW SOUTH WALES T AM.

    The New South "Wales cricket team left to-day for Melbourne by the interstate express. Prior to their departure they were farewelled. _ ...

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  39. H. TROTT IN.BOWLING FORM.

    In a cricket match at Bendigo H. Trott, on a batsman's wicket, has taken eight wickets for 100 runs. ...

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  40. THE WEATHER. HEAVY RAINFALLS.

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  41. THE SCHONBURG-WALDENBURG DIVORCE.

    The marriage of Prince Frederick of' Schonburg-Waldenburg and Princess Alice, daughter of Don Carlos, has been dissolved. ...

    Article : 54 words
  42. NEW ZEALAND. THE'HALF-MILLION LOAN.

    The tenders for the half-million local New Zealand loan included seven from Australia— one for £2000 and the rest under £500 ...

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  43. NWE ENGLAND.

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  44. JAPAN'S ARRANGEMENTS ' COMPLETE.

    The transport and other arrangements of Japan are complete, and the nation is calmly awaiting the Russian reply, to her latest Note. ...

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  45. REPORTED RETIREMENT OF THE PREMIER.

    Mr. Seddon, in the course of an interview, has given a strong denial to the rumour that he was going out of politics. ...

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  46. A BY-ELECTION.

    The election for the representation of Ludlow in the House of'Commons, due to the death of Mr. Robert Jasper More (Unionist), took place yesterday, and ...

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  47. CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. A WOMAN RUN OVER.

    An elderly woman was knocked down by a 'bus in Market-street list night, and one of the wheels passed over her body. She was taken to the Sydney Hospital in an unconscious condition. She is about ...

    Article : 54 words
  48. NOTING FOR THE SENATE.

    Some time must yet elapse before the official announcement of the resulte of the voting for the Senate can be made. The figures are practically complete for all the States, but cannot ...

    Article : 64 words
  49. THE MONETARY RESOURCES OF JAPAN.

    Japan Claims that she possesses a specie reserve of 153,000,000 yen (about £15,600,000) besides Treasury funds amounting to 50,000,000 yen (about £5,200,000). ...

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  50. RAINS IN QUEENSLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 153 words
  51. KILLED BY A FALLING BRANCH.

    The police to-day received information of a fatal accident having occurred at Carrabin Creek. It appears that Mrs. Bell, wife of a fruit hawker, was accidentally kille by the lia[?]b of a tree fulling ...

    Article : 93 words
  52. RETURN OF WRITS.

    Up to date 23 writs have been returned to the Chief Federal Electoral Officer, ...

    Article : 19 words
  53. NOTES ON THE SITUATION.

    There are two opinions as to the sapicncy displayed by the Japanese statesmon in averting war thus far. One is that their action has shown a far-sight, a moderation and a ...

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  54. GERMAN ARMY CRUELTY.

    Captain Cassinone, of the German Army, has been sentenced at Colmar, Alsace-Lorraine, to four weeks' detention under arrest, for not having allowed mana who ...

    Article : 53 words
  55. THE REFERENDUM.

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  56. COMMANDER GAUNT.

    King Victor Emmanuel III. of Italy has conferred n silver medal for gallantry upon Commander Ernest' Gaunt, of H.M.S. Mohawk, for his action in the Fort Durbo ...

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  57. DEATH FROM TYPHOID.

    Charles King, a confince in the gaol, died there yesterday from typhoid fever. An inquest was held to-day. when a verdict was returned of death from natural causes. ...

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  58. STATION REPORTS.

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  59. DIED FROM CONCUSSION OF THE BRAIN.

    Mr. Robinson Castling, who was injured on Monday last on Block 10 mine, and was removed to the hospital yesterday, died this morning from concussion of the brain. At an inquest this afternoon a verdict ...

    Article : 91 words
  60. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The North British Australasian Company, in its annual report, showes a debit balance of £7162. The Smelting and Refining Company of ...

    Article : 60 words
  61. MR. A. J. BALFOUR.

    Mr. A. J. Balfour, who contracted a chill 10 days ago, and who was confined to his room, has recovered. ...

    Article : 27 words
  62. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Hot weather continues in the State A strange circumstance is that heavy showers registering several inches have fallen a shirt distance from Adelaide yesterday and to-day. ...

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