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  2. THE RECENT STORM.

    It will be several days before it can be stated definitely what the precise measure of destruction to shipping by the gale has been. This much was made apparent yesterday by the northern coast ...

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  3. SECOND EDITION.

    There is great uncertainty as to the movements of the Cape Verde squadron. ...

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  4. VICTORIA.

    In accordance with the resolution carried at the Premiers' conference in March last, Sir G. Turner has prepared a bill for the restriction of coloured immigrants. It is based ...

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  5. THE WAR.

    The official report by Admiral Dewey of the victory of his squadron over the Spanish fleet at Manila forms the subject of a Message to Congress by ...

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  6. SPECIAL CABLES.

    The serious bread riots in Milan originated in plotting on the part of socialist agitators. A mob of students from Pavia, armed with ...

    Article : 122 words
  7. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    At Waverley last night Mr. R. E. O'connor, M.L.C., addressed a large meeting on the subject of federation, dealing especially with the question of bounties. He had a splendid [?] and at ...

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  8. SHARP FIGHT OFF CUBA.

    A sharp fight has taken place off Cardenas, one of the blockaded ports on the northern coast of Cuba, between the American torpedo boat Winslow and three ...

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  9. THE BATTLE OF MANILA.

    Further particulars of the battle fought in Manila Bay have been received. The United States steel cruiser Olympia, the flagship, 14 guns, 5800 tons, 17,000 ...

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  10. THE LAW COMMISSION.

    At the sitting of the Law Commission to-day a scene occurred between the chairman, Mr Higgins, M.L.A., and a witness, Mr H. C. Geogehan. The latter is a well known solicitor, who ...

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  11. STARVATION IN MANILA.

    Admiral Dewey finds that the rebels in the Philippines are beyond control. The British residents of Manila have informed Admiral Dewey that the ...

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  12. THE FRENCH ELECTIONS.

    In connection with the French elections, MM. Jaures and Guesde, the socialist leaders, have been defeated. M. Deloncle, a prominent member of the party iden ...

    Article : 55 words
  13. THE BLOCKADE OF CUBA.

    Forty-five ships of the United States navy are still blockading Cuba. ...

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  14. QUEENSLAND.

    Mr. Wragge has issued emphatic warnings to shipping leaving southern ports for New Zealand and New Zealand ports for Australia. He considers that no Australian-bound vessels, steamers ...

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  15. THE CUBAN INSURGENTS.

    Lieutenant Rowan's mission to the Cuban insurgents has proved successful, and they have decided to co-operate with the American troops. Seven thousand ...

    Article : 45 words
  16. A BRITISH-AMERICAN ALLIANCE.

    In discussing the change of sentiment on the part of the United States the Vancouver " Daily World " says:—"There is much to recall the timely maxim laid down in an American paper not many ...

    Article : 304 words
  17. THE MINERS' STRIKE IN SOUTH WALES.

    The Board of Trade has been requested by the authorities in South Wales to intervene in the colliers' strike, with the view of bringing about a settlement of the ...

    Article : 81 words
  18. DECORATIONS FOR AMERICAN OFFICERS.

    The United States Congress has decided to present a sword to Admiral Dewey in recognition of the victory over the Spaniards in the Bay of Manila. ...

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  19. THE MAORI TROUBLE.

    Sixteen Maoris who were arrested at Waima in connection with the recent disturbance were brought before magistrate at Rawene to-day, and remanded to Aucklan. They are charged ...

    Article : 253 words
  20. DISCONTENT IN SPAIN.

    Riots have taken place at Linares, in the south of Spain. The troops fired upon the rioters, and killed 14 of their number. Sixty were wounded. ...

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  21. OUTBURST OF PATRIOTISM.

    There is a great outburst of patriotism in America. Plutocrats are equipping regiments for the war, and members of the leisured ...

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  22. FEARFUL EXPERIENCE OF A SAILING VESSEL.

    Captain Nelson, of the ketch Lansdowne, which was towed into port in a disabled condition this morning, reports that on Wednesday morning last the ketch crossed out of the Nambucca laden with ...

    Article : 424 words
  23. THE STRANDING OF THE R.M.S. CHINA.

    Reports from Perim state that it is expected that the P. and O. Company's E.M.S. China, which went ashore off that coast recently, will have completed ...

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  24. NEWS BY THE CANADIAN MAIL.

    From files to hand by the Miowera, which arrived yesterday from Vancouver, we extract the following:- Madrid, April 7.—Spain's Minister of War, ...

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  25. THE REVOLT IN SIERRA LEONE.

    Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies, has promised to institute an inquiry into the causes of the native revolt in Sierra Leone, West Africa. ...

    Article : 48 words
  26. RECONSTRUCTION OF THE CABINET.

    The reconstruction of the Spanish Cabinet is imminent. It is expected that Senor Sagasta, the Premier, and Senor Don Segismundo ...

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  27. THE WHEAT MARKET.

    The average price of wheat in the English country markets is 42s 4d per quarter. May 10. ...

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  28. NEWCASTLE.

    A magisterial inquiry respecting the circumstances [?]urrounding the death by drowning of Mr. David M'Geachie, colliery manager of the Killingworth mine, was conducted by Dr. Hockan, J.P., at the ...

    Article : 141 words
  29. THE FRENCH ELECTIONS.

    The Cabinet of M. Meline, the French Premier, has obtained a majority at the elections. ...

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  30. WOOL SALES.

    At the colonial wool sales to-day there was good competition. The price of merinos is unchanged. May 10. ...

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  31. PROVISIONS FOR SPANISH TROOPS.

    The Madrid authorities have ordered rations for 40,000 troops in Puerto Rico. ...

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  32. SILVER.

    Bar silver is quoted to-day at 2s 2d perounce standard. ...

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  33. AMERICA FEEDING AND ARMING THE CUBANS.

    The United States Congress has given authority for supplying provisions and arms to the Cubans. ...

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  34. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Premier, with a party consisting of Messrs Hackett, Kenny, and Connolly, Ms.L.A., Dr. Black, P.M. (of Esperance), Alderman Burton (Mayor), Mr Riches (the Resident Engineer), Mr. ...

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  35. THE VESSEL IN DISTRESS.

    There are no further tidings of the vessel which was reported to be in distress, and the whole matter is shrouded in mystery. It is thought probable that the vessel is standing out to sea, whilst in some ...

    Article : 69 words
  36. COURT OF REVIEW.

    The remainder of the land appeal cases, five in numbers, were heard before Judge Murray to-day, but as before his Honor reserved judgment. His Honor announced his decisions in the cases heard ...

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  37. THE RING.

    James Corbett, the ex-champion pugilist of American, some time ago offered to give "Bob " Fitzsimmons, who lately retired from the championship of the world, ...

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  38. AMERICAN CRUISER CINCINNATI.

    General Blanco, the Spanish commander in Cuba, recently reported that the American cruiser Cincinnati had gone ashore on the Cuban coast. ...

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  39. THE MAITLAND WRECK.

    A telegraphic message from Blackwall was received by Inspector Lynch this evening to the effect that the body of Miss Fittton, the stewardess of the wrecked steamer Maitland, had been ...

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  40. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MINING.

    The Lake View Consols April return was 5670 tons of ore for 8760oz, gold. The total to date is 55,898 tons for 116,547oz. The average for April is loz. 10dwt 21gr. The Great Boulder Perseverance ...

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  41. SPANISH GALLANTRY.

    Details of the late naval engagement in Manila harbour indicate that remarkable acts of gallantry were displayed by the Spaniards. ...

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  42. THE CUBAN INSURGENTS.

    General Gomez, the insurgent leader in Cuba, welcomes an alliance with America. If the insurgents are supplied with munitions, he says they will be able to ...

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  43. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Government are increasing the volunteer forces and ordering large supplies of rifles and ammunition Most of the fruit brought by the Wakatipu ...

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  44. WAR NOTES.

    With regard to the alarm expressed by the Spanish Government at the spread of political discontent in that country, it may be pointed out that up to the present serious riots have occurred in the ...

    Article : 238 words
  45. THE SECTIONAL PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE.

    The sectional committee sat all day. Mr. Clarke, secretary of the league, gave a voluminous statistical statement, which was corroborated by some 10 witnesses. Mr. Willis, M.L.A., gave general evidence ...

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  46. THE FUTURE OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

    Admiral Dewey, the United States Commander-in-Chief, has offered to administer the government of the Philippines through the Spaniards until a ...

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  47. QUEEN REGENT FOR WAR.

    The Queen Regent (says the Madrid correspondent of the Toronto " Daily Mail " telegraphing on April 3) is taking a very active part in the negotiations and has thoroughly identified herself with the war ...

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  48. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Quarter Sessions opened yesterday before Judge Docker. The principal case was that of Booth and Lawson, charged with setting fire to a barn in 1881 Lawson pleadod guilty, and gave ...

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  49. TO-DAY.

    Conference of Fruitgrowers and Others: Union-chambers, 70 Pitt-street, 2.30 p.m. Presbyterian Church of New South Wales: General Assembly, 11 a.m. ...

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  50. RECOVERY OF BODIES.

    The following is from Mr A. ROSS, wharfinger of the Newcastle and Hunter River Company, to the owners last night:- "Cargill's body found three miles south of wreck. ...

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  51. TASMANIA.

    Alfred Gatenby, a prospector, who was sent out to prospect Port Davey by the local association, returned here to-day after going through great privations. He left Queenstown on March 8 in ...

    Article : 234 words
  52. THE DEFENCES OF MANILA.

    The Yamashiro Maru arrived from Japan this morning. She brought no mail from Hongkong owing to the Guthrie due here to-morrow, via Port Darwin, having left the day previous, bringing ...

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  53. THE SUGAR INDUSTRY.

    The question of continuing the sugar industry is being discussed by the branches of the Tarmers' Union, and the general secretary has been asked to convene a meeting of the council to consider the ...

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  54. RECOVERY OF THE MAILS.

    The Water Police at the scene of the wreck succeeded in recovering the whole of the mails, 21 bags in all, last night, and arrangements were at once completed for their despatch to their destination, ...

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  55. THE INVASION OF CUBA.

    Reports from New York state that the programme for the invasion of Cuba has been altered. Sixty-one thousand troops will be sent ...

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  56. OUTBREAK OF ANTHRAX.

    With reference to the outbrenk of anthrax amongst a flock of [?]heep travelling from Cobar to Bathurst, Mr. G. Sydney Smith, the local inspector of stock, telegraphed to the inspector of stock at Mudgee and ...

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  57. A VESSEL IN DISTRESS.

    Another sensation was caused in the city this evening by the firing of distress signals by a vessel in peril, and it is more than probable that still another addition will have to be made to the already ...

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  58. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    Stock passings: 92 crossbred ewes, Wagga to Wodonga by rail, C. A. Cannon ownor;'27 fat bullocks, Wagga to Melbourne by rail, A. M'Nal owner; 9 fat bullock's, Wagga to Melbourne by ...

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