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  3. THE INDIAN FRONTIER TROUBLES.

    Advices from the Indian frontier (says "Home News") are to the effect that the troops marching from Peshawar under Colonel Richardson had traversed the Kohat P[?]ts unopposed, and reached ...

    Article : 805 words
  4. THE PREMIERS AND THE DENOUNCED TREATIES.

    It will be remembered that whilst the Australian Premiers were in London attending the Queen's Jubilee celebrations Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Premier of the Canadian Dominion, pressed upon the Imperial ...

    Article : 776 words
  5. CYCLING.

    Messrs. J. Platt-Betts and E. H. Ainsworth, the celebrated English cyclists, arrived in Sydney yesterday morning by the R.M.S. China. The China was timed to arrive at about 4 a.m., but it was ...

    Article : 1,220 words
  6. SCENES AT THE RUSTCHUK EXPLOSION.

    A dramatic account by an eye-witness of the explosion at Rustchuk on August 6, which claimed close on 200 victims, is telegraphed by the "Standard's" Paris correspondent. At half-past 2 o'clock ...

    Article : 835 words
  7. THE PRINCES' DUEL.

    The spiteful suggestion contained in one or two of the French papers that the victor of the princely duel wore a corselet beneath his dress, and hence the bending of Prince Henri's sword, receives its just ...

    Article : 762 words
  8. MICHAEL.

    The reason assigned for Michael giving up longdistance racing and record-breaking is on account of the high pace-making fees charged in America. In his recent match with M'Duffie £320 went[?] ...

    Article : 142 words
  9. ENGLISH CYCLISTS FOR AUSTRALIA.

    It is given out in England that A. C. Edwards, the English sprinter who came out with Green last season, and returned before an estimate of his abilities could be arrived at, is coming out again ...

    Article : 162 words
  10. THE MANUFACTURE OF RAILS.

    Sir,—The proposal of Messrs. Mitchell to manufacture 150,000 tons of rails in this colony may, with your kind permission, serve me as a text for a few remarks regarding the possibility of establishing ...

    Article : 565 words
  11. N.S.W. CYCLISTS' TOURING UNION.

    The executive of the Cyclists' Touring Union held its fortnightly meeting at the offices on Tuesday last. Mr., W. R. George occupied the chair, and tehre were present Messrs. Joseph Pearson, E. A. ...

    Article : 447 words
  12. CHARITY ORGANISATION.

    Sir,—In reading your report of the meeting convened by the Premier to consider a scheme of concentrating the various benevolent agencies of the colony, I am struck by the fact that not one of the ...

    Article : 215 words
  13. A SERIOUS DANGER.

    Sir,—There is a serious danger in the Leichhardt district in connection with the sewerage construction. It has been remarked many times that it is a surprise that accidents have not resulted before now ...

    Article : 149 words
  14. LIVER COMPLAINTS.

    DR. KING'S DANDELION AND QUININE LIVER PILLS, the old-fashioned English remedy, without mercury, remove all Billous and Stomach Disorders, [?]d are still the best medicine.—Advt. ...

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