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  2. SECOND EDITION

    Bar silver is quoted to-day at 1s 10 11-16d per ounce standard. ...

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  3. TRAGEDY AT BODANGORA

    On Saturday night at Bodangora, a mining township eight milos from Wellington, a young man named Joseph Hyde, 22, labourer, son of Patrick Hyde, farmer, of Lincoln, murderously ...

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  4. ARLTUNGA GOLDFIELD.

    The Premier has received the following report on the Arltunga goldfield from Mr Brown, the Government Geologist:—"I have inspected tho gold claims at Winnecke's Depot. ...

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  5. TAMWORTH ELECTION.

    Mr. W. F. Tribe, returning officer, declared the result of the poll at noon to-day at the courthouse, which was the principal booth. The courtroom was crowded with electors. Mr. Thrower was not ...

    Article : 173 words
  6. BRITISH POLITICS.

    Mr. Chamberlain absolutely contradicts the story of the Dublin correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle," that Parliament will be dissolved in the autumn to appeal to the ...

    Article : 120 words
  7. THE BALKANS.

    M. Zinovieff the Russian Ambassador at Constantinople), Sir N. O'Conor (the British Ambassador), nnd Baron von Calice (the Austrian Ambassador) have urged on the ...

    Article : 109 words
  8. SPECIAL CABLES.

    Wherever King Edward has proceded in Lisbon he has received a great ovation. On Saturday, in reply to an address signed by 500 British residents of Lisbon, and to ...

    Article : 186 words
  9. ZEEHAN MONTHLY MINING RETURNS.

    The output of are for March totals 3314·65 tons, of the net value of £16,515, made up of galena (exported via Strahan), 265·50 tons, and 3·15 tons tin, 250 tons gossan by the Hercules mine, and ...

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  10. MR. O'SULLIVAN AT TAMWORTH:

    Sir,—In your issue to-day Mr. J.C. Fitzpatrick, M.L.A., is reported to have said: "While Mr. O'Sullivan did not make nay promises about public works while he was in the electorate, he had certainly ...

    Article : 180 words
  11. THE DROUGHT.

    The fund is controlled by a committee of citizens. The honorary treasurers are Messrs. George Maiden, Frank Grimley, and J. Raudal Carey, and the honorary secretaries are Messrs. Thomas Nesbitt ...

    Article : 383 words
  12. THE COST OF LIGHTING BRITISH COASTS.

    In the House of Commons on Friday the second reading of a bill to transfer the cost of administering the lights of the coast to the Board of Trade was negatived by 114 votes to ...

    Article : 109 words
  13. INTERVIEW WITH THE PREMIER.

    "I suppose you wish to see me about tho result of the Tamworth election? "obsorvod Sir John See yesterday afternoon to a "Herald" representative. "I have had some figures propared with regard to ...

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  14. RUSSIA'S GUARANTEES.

    A semi-final communication from St. Petersburg reiterates that Russia guarantees the carrying out of, reforms in Macedonia by pacific means alone. ...

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  15. THE FARMERS' VOTE.

    Sir,—The Minist for for Works is reported to have said: "The farmers exhibited a warm appreciation of the work done by the Government and the Labour party, a large majority being recorded in almost ...

    Article : 251 words
  16. RUSSIA WARNS HER ALLY.

    The "Novoe Vremya" warns M. Delcasse, the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, that Russia is exclusively entitled to the role of protector of the Balkans. ...

    Article : 112 words
  17. LIMITS OF THE IRISH LAND BILL.

    Mr. G. Wyndham, the Chief Secretary for Ireland, in the course of a speech at Manchester on Saturday, said that every true Imperialist wished Ireland to bridge the two ...

    Article : 92 words
  18. TERRIBLE BOATING EXPERIENCE.

    A serious boating fatality occurred between four and five miles off Nobby's yesterday about noon, but no one on shore appears to have noticed the disaster, and it was not heard of until this morning, when one ...

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  19. RIOTS IN SPAIN.

    Great excitement has been created at Madrid in consequence of riots following on the disturbances in the northern districts. Students and workmen armed with revolvers ...

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  20. VOLUNTARY CONCILIATION IN WALES.

    Sevenly-four Monmouthshire and South Wales colliery companies and 154,000 workmen have formed a board of conciliation, whose purpose will be the periodical ...

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  21. IN MEMORY OF A MASSACRED BAND.

    Macedonians in Sofia (Bulgaria) yesterday held a, requiem service for a band of 24 Macedonians who, under two Bulgarian officers of the reserve, were cut to pieces at ...

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  22. DROUGHT BELIEF.

    Yesterday's mails brought another large batch of personal appeals for relief from various parts of the State, includiug the Rook, Cootamundra, Currawang, Meranburn, Gunnedah, Wowingragong, Uralla, ...

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  23. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The expenditure returns for March amounted to £301,194, against £276,411 for Fobruary last, and against the revenue for March of £310,728. The saving for the month was, therefore, £9531, The saving ...

    Article : 64 words
  24. CHINA.

    The Empress Downger has pacified Prince Tuan and Tung-fu-hsiang with money, and they have therefore desisted for the present from proceeding with their enterprise to ...

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  25. THE GERMAN EMPEROR'S TACT.

    The German Emperor's tactful speeches have made a favourable impression at Copen hagen. ...

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  26. THE JAPANESE WARSHIPS.

    About midnight last night the chief harbourmaster at Fremantle received a telegram from Onglow announcing the arrival at that port of the two missing Japanese warships. Both are short of coal, and are ...

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  27. ROMAN CATIIOLTCS AT MITROVITZA.

    Albanian Roman Catholics participated in the attack on Mitrovitza. ...

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  28. RELEASE OF MRS. MAYBRICK RUMOURED.

    The "Daily express" reports that Mrs. Maybrick will be releused in July, 1904. On August 7, 1869, Mrs. Florence Maybrick, a young American lady, was sentenced to death at ...

    Article : 333 words
  29. GARRISON MUTINIES IN HONDURAS.

    The garrison stationed at Puerto Cortez in the north of Honduras, and numbering 200 men, has mutinied and has murdered seven officers. ...

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  30. FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE.

    The Federal Capital Commission concluded the taking of evidence here to-day W. J. Thompson, hon, secretary Bathurst Agricultural Association, stated that the district grew almost anything, and ...

    Article : 385 words
  31. ARMS SEIZED IN SOFIA.

    The authorities at Sofia have seized a large quantity of arms. ...

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  32. THE SOMALILAND EXPEDITION.

    The 12,000 men of the Mullah at Somaliland are concentrated at Walwal Wells, 74 miles north-west of Galadi, which was occupied by the British on Tuesday last. ...

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  33. THE DOMINICAN REVOLUTION.

    Senor Vasque, the Vice-President of Santo Domingo, has deleated the revolutionists outside of tho capital. ...

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  34. CAPTURES OF STOCK.

    Major Sharp's column of Somali Mounted Infantry and a cumel eorps, during a week's operations south of Damete, killed 98 of the enemy in skirmishes. The captures ...

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  35. WIDELY DISTRIBUTED EARTHQUAKES.

    Earthquakes are reported to have occurred at Andijan (Central Asia), the Urals, Mentone (France), and Catania (Sicily). ...

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  36. A SAD CASE AT COONAMBLE.

    The Coonamble committee at its last meeting had an application from a selector who was burnt out a short time since, and who desired to be supplied with two tents. The family consisted of a mother and her ...

    Article : 150 words
  37. REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIAN OFFICERS.

    The arrest of the Russian officers at Kieff and the imprisonment of two of their number, M. Grogorieft and M. Vissalieff, are connected with the circulation of advice to short ...

    Article : 69 words
  38. WINDSOR APRIL MEETING.

    At the Windsor April Meeting the ruce for the principal event on the programme resulted as under:- ROYAL CASTLE HANDICAP ...

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  39. THE LATE SIR HECTOR MACDONALD.

    Lady Macdonald and family have thanked the War Office for its expressions of sympathy and the offer of a military funeral. ...

    Article : 33 words
  40. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 189 words
  41. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Appeal Court gave judgment this morning in an appeal by Harrison and Packman, who were convicted under the Guming Act of managing or conducting a lottery. The defendants had acted as ...

    Article : 167 words
  42. SETTLERS FOR CANADA.

    It is expected that 200,000 immigrants will arrive in Upper Canada during the summer. ...

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  43. CYCLONE IN THE INDIAN OCEAN.

    The handsome new cable steamer Iris, which arrived at Fremantle on Saturday night on the way to the East to look after that portion of the allBritish cabie between Brishune and Vancouver, ...

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  44. THE BELGIANS IN THE SOUDAN.

    The "Standard" states that Great Britain has requested the Congo Free State to evacuate the Bahr-el-Ghazai and the Ludo enclave, and that the Belgians will receive a ...

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  45. LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL LOAN.

    The 3 per cent, loan of £5,000,000, issued by the London Cnmity Council at 95½, has been covered twice over. ...

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  46. THE INFORMAL VOTES.

    To-day's official result gives 13 as the number of informnl votes cast in the Turnworth election, the extra three being at Limbri. ...

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  47. MR. CORBIN'S REPORT.

    Mr. H. Burton Corbin wires from Ahee Springs under date April 6 as follows:—"'After reexamination of the 'Rewind,' I find that my estimated vulue of the reef which outcrops through the ...

    Article : 210 words
  48. INTEREST ON THE SOUTH COAST.

    The election campaign at Tamworth win watched with tho keenest interest by both political parties in this electorate, and when the news of the Liberal victory was made known on Saturday night through ...

    Article : 104 words
  49. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The estate of the late Edna Lyall (Miss Ada Ellen Bayly), the novelist, has been valued at £25,966. Fourteen cases of smallpox have ...

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  50. A SHIPPING ACCIDENT.

    The steamship Waikare, which arrived at Auckland this morning, struck a submerged object 17 miles from Gisborne, while the steamer was going dead slow. The officer described the sensation as that of ...

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  51. SYDNEY WATER SUPPLY.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 55 words
  52. LONDON MEAT MARKET.

    The Agent-General cables that the mutton market is firm. The average price of Canterbury mutton is 4[?]d. There is a good demand for all lamb and an indication of a tendency to force sales of lamb. The ...

    Article : 90 words
  53. GARROTING IN PERTH.

    A garroting case of a gross character occurred in the city last night, the victim being a woman named Mrs. Carstairs. About 9 o'clock Mrs. Carstairs was engaged in houshold duties in the kitchen and had ...

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  54. THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL.

    Sir,—The deep significance of the result of the Tamworth election is not to be mensural by the volume of the majority of votes scored by Mr. Garland, the reform candidate, over the numbers ...

    Article : 487 words
  55. RAIN IN QUEENSLAND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 134 words
  56. POLITICAL CRISIS IN TASMANIA.

    The resignation of the Premier, Sir E. Lewis, has been accepted, and Mr. Propsting has been asked to form a Government. He has undertaken the task. The new Government will be swom in on Friday. ...

    Article : 167 words
  57. FOUR MEN DKOWNED.

    By the capsizing of a boat off Plimmerton, near Wellington, three youths, named Harry and Albert Manifold and Archibald Haigh, and a fisherman, named Peter Lamai, were drowned. ...

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  58. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    A meeting of the unemployed executive was held at the People's Hall, yesterday afternoon. Mr. C. Von Hagen was in the chair. The secretary and Mr. Muste reported that the labour party in ...

    Article : 146 words
  59. TASMANIA.

    The result of the adjourned inquest at Georgetown on the body of a mau recently found on the bench was that there was not sufficient evidence to prove the cause ot death. The identification of the body ...

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  60. THE BONUS BILL COMMISSION.

    The following members of the Bonus Bill Commission firmed by the mail tram last night:—Messrs. J. C. Watson (acting chairman), J. Cook, G. W. Fullor, D. Watkin, S. Mauger, and A. Cockbaiue ...

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  61. EXPLOSION ON A STEAMER.

    An explosion occurred on a Freneh vessel east of Cette, France, and she foundered. The vessel is believed to be the Bambara, which was bound from Marseilles to Senegal. ...

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  62. RAINS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 50 words
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