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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    In the case of Edward Stone, accused at the Quarter Sessions of perjury, the jury, after being locked up for 12 hours, were unable to agree, and were discharged. Accused was remanded till the ...

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  3. SECOND EDITION.

    Mr. Goschoe, First Lord of the Admiralty, in introducing the Naval Estimates in the House of Commons last night, appealed to operatives and ...

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  4. THE CONFERENCE OF PREMIERS.

    The following is the official summary of the proceedings of the Conference of Premiers held in Melbourne during the past fortnight. The preliminary meeting of the conference was held at ...

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  5. THE PLAGUE IN BOMBAY.

    Latest advices from Bombay state that 1283 persons have died from the effects of the plague within a week. The rioting in the city has ceased, and ...

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  6. THE INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK.

    President Faure is arranging for an interview with Queen Victoria during her journey to Nice. ...

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  7. SPECIAL CABLES.

    Mr. G. N. Curzon, Parliamentary Secretary to the Foreign Office, stated in the House of Commons last night that Great Britain would hold China ...

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  8. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    President Faure is arranging for an interview with Queen Victoria during her journey to Nice. If the political outlook parmits Lord Salisbury will shortly leave England for his seat in the ...

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  9. THE COAL TRADE.

    At Belmore Basin, Wollongong, yesterday, the steamer Kurrara loaded 300 tons coal, the schooner Prosperity 180 tons, and the Hally. Bayley 160 tons, and left for Sydney to-day. The only vessel that ...

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  10. THE CITY OF JERUSALEM.

    In view of the forthcoming visit of the Emperor William to Jerusalem the roads of that city are to be renovated and the water supply is to be improved. ...

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  11. THE WRECK OF THE AMY.

    At a meeting held last night it was decided to erec[?] a monument on the rock where the brig Amy was lost, in memory of the seamen who were drowned there. ...

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  12. LORD SALISBURY.

    If the political outlook permits, Lord Salisbury will shortly leave England for his seat in the Riviera. It is reported that when in Paris he will have an interview ...

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  13. THE BRITISH MINISTER AT PEKIN.

    Sir Claude MacDonald, K.C.M.G., British Minister at Pekin, has been created a Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath (K.C.B.). ...

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  14. THE NEW GUINEA MISSION.

    The Bishop of New Guinea addressed a large number of members of the Anglican congregation at St. Matthew's Hall to-night. Canon Spencer was in the chair. The Bishop gave an interesting sketch ...

    Article : 235 words
  15. LIPTON, LIMITED.

    The business of Sir Thomas J. Lipton, the well-known provision, tea, and coffee merchant, was recently formed into a limited liability company with a capital ...

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  16. THE CANADIAN-PACIFIC RAILWAY.

    The Canadian-Pacific Railway Company has reduced the fare across the Continent to £5. ...

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  17. THE TRANSVAAL.

    The Transvaal Government is asking the Volksraad to sanction the issue of a loan of £6,000,000. ...

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  18. STODDARTS ELEVEN V. VICTORIA.

    The return match, Stoddart's Eleven v. Victoria, was commenced at noon to-day on the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The state of the weather and the wicket left nothing to be desired; but the ...

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  19. THE WARATAH COLLIERY CLOSED.

    On account of the continued slackness of trade it has been definitely decided to close down the Waratah Colliery, near Charlestown, and as a consequence over 200 hands will be thrown out of ...

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  20. A NEW CONCERT COMPANY.

    Mr. John Lemmone, the well-known flautist, now touring with Madame Albani in Australia, has ongaged Madame Alva, Miss Adela Verne, and Mr. S. Masters for ...

    Article : 129 words
  21. RUSSIA AND COREA.

    The Russian Minister at Seoul, the capital of Corea, has complained to the King of the disfavour shown by the Corean officials to the military instruction ...

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  22. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEALS.

    In the appeal to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in the case of the Attorney-General of New South Wales v. Walters and others judgment has been ...

    Article : 286 words
  23. THE SOCIALISTS IN FRANCE.

    The Socialists in the French Chamber of Deputies have carried a resolution in favour of an enormous increase in the taxation of large retail establishments. ...

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  24. GRFAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES.

    The "New York Herald" states that Sir Julian Pauncefote, the British Minister at Washington, has conveyed Queen Victoria's message of sympathy to President ...

    Article : 112 words
  25. NEW ZEALAND.

    At Dunedin to-day Judge Williams delivered his decision in the application on petition, asking the Court to direct the liquidator of the Ward Farmers' Association to prosecute J. G. Ward ...

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  26. PROPOSED NEW GRAVING DOCK.

    One of the most important developments that have yet occurred in connection with the docking facilities of the port of this colony is about to be effected, we understand, by the contemplated purchase of the ...

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  27. VICTORIA.

    The amended scheme of arrangement between the Permanent Building Investment Society and the depositors and debenture-holders agreed to at an extraordinary meeting on the 2nd instant, ...

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  28. THE QUEEN.

    Her Majesty the Queen left to-day for Paris en route for Nice. ...

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  29. SYDNEY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL v. YOUNG.

    The Judical Committee of the Privy Council has dismissed, with costs, the appeal in the case of the Municipal Council of Sydney v. Young. ...

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  30. ASSAULT ON A BRITISH CONSUL.

    Several Russian blue jackets have been arrested at Sebastopol for assaulting Mr. Cooke, the British acting Consul in that town. ...

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  31. OUR TONGA LETTER.

    There is little to report on any head at present, and so far as concerns trade, which is the principal interest of the European here, there will be little to report for some months to come. The ...

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  32. QUEENSLAND.

    At the annual meeting of the Queensland Meat Export Company to-day the report was adopted. The chairman explained that the recent complaints as to damaged frozen meat in London did ...

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  33. ENGLISH SPORTING.

    Mr. S. H. Gollan's ch g Norton won the Southdown Steeplechase in a canter. ...

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  34. DEATH OF MR. GEORGE MULLER.

    The death is announced of Mr. George Muller, the founder of the orphanage at Bristol. The most notable part of Mr. George Muller's ...

    Article : 271 words
  35. FEDERAL CONVENTION.

    From midnight till 1 a.m. the Convention discussed clause 89, which provides that trade within the Commonwealth should be free. Mr. ISAACS moved to make the clause read that ...

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  36. THE ATMOSPHERIC GAS COMPANY.

    Some of the sufferers by the Atmospheric Gas project are still anxious that the Government should take steps to secure the extradition of the alleged offenders. They accept the Attorney-General's ...

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  37. BOOTH'S UNITED GOLD MINES.

    The manager of Booth's United Gold Mines Company, No Liability, Now South Wales, reports that the following cable has been received by him from the chairman of the company, Mr. A. ...

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  38. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    A telegram from Naunine states that the case of Payne v. Peak Hill Gold-mining Company was to-day decided in favour of Payne, who had pegged out an alluvial claim on the company's ...

    Article : 187 words
  39. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

    From Mr. Murray.—" The Epistle to the Ephesians," by Canon Gore; "Korea and Her Neighbours," two volumes, by Mrs. Bishop. From Messrs. Macmillan and Co,— "Raid and ...

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  40. SYDNEY CITY MISSION.

    The Waterloo and Alexandria branch Sunday school of the above mission held their anniversary services on Sunday afternoon and evening. The Rey. T. E. Clouston, B. A., of Glebe Presbyterian ...

    Article : 133 words
  41. TO-DAY.

    Sydney Cricket Ground: Central Cumberland v. South Sydney and Paddington v. Burwood (northern ground). Matches start at 2 p.m. Moorefield Races: Special Trains leave Sydney for ...

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  42. ENGLISH SPORTING.

    At the Plumpton Steeplechase Meeting to-day the Southdown Steeplechase was won by Mr. S. H. Gollan's Australianbred horse Norton, ch g by Ascot—Romp, ...

    Article : 38 words
  43. NAVAL NEWS.

    No report having been received for several days of the whereabouts of H.M.S. Royalist on the Queensland coast and the vessel having become overdue, orders were issued for H. M. S, Mohawk ...

    Article : 86 words
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