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  2. THE WEATHER. HEAVY RAINFALL IN THE WEST.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 511 words
  3. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) THE MILITARY CAMP.

    Yesterday afternoon the military camp at Wingfield was broken up. The men were encamped two days. During that time they were put through some useful manœuvres, and although the stormy ...

    Article : 70 words
  4. SPECIAL CABLES.

    The riots in Buda-Pesth, caused by the students, who resented the lack of respect shown in some quarters of the city towards the memory of the late Louis Kossuth, the ...

    Article : 177 words
  5. SPECIAL CABLES. FROM THE HERALD'S LONDON CORRESPONDENTS.

    Advices from Rio de Janeiro report that President Peixoto has revived a former decree enabling the Government authorities to order the summary execution of captive ...

    Article : 129 words
  6. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    THROUGH the personal action of the Czar of Russia the obstacles to the arranging of a commercial treaty between Austria and Russia have been removed. ...

    Article : 8,701 words
  7. COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) DISTRESSING CASE OF POVERTY.

    A distressing case of poverty came under the notion of senior-constable M'Veeley this week. On the local common he found a man with his four children huddled up together in a small handcart just off the ...

    Article : 132 words
  8. THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE COLONY.

    Last night a tourney which is to decide the chess championship of South Australia in succession to Mr. H. Charlick, who is resigning after having held it for many years, was begun. Five ...

    Article : 121 words
  9. SIR JOSEPH ABBOTT'S CANDIDATURE.

    A meeting was held last night in the Council-chambers, when a party of gentlemen from Wentworth were received, consisting of Messrs J. O. Edwards, C. G. M'Mahon, W. J. Bowring, and ...

    Article : 109 words
  10. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The latest telegram from Coolgardie, dated the 21st instant, states that crosscutting has been resumed at the 200ft. level in Bayley's Reward mine. They have now penetrated the reef for a ...

    Article : 140 words
  11. RIFLE-SHOOTING.

    A rifle match took place to-day between teams representing the Naval Artillery Volunteers, of Sydney, and the Ulladulla Volunteer Rifle Club. The conditions were—eight men a side, 10 shots ...

    Article : 1,229 words
  12. FOREIGN RESIDENTS IN RIO.

    An important party in Rio de Janeiro is taking up a very hostile attitude towards foreign residents, who are constantly being insulted and threatened. The residents ...

    Article : 45 words
  13. VICTORIA. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) RETRENCHMENT IN THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.

    The Minister of Education has decided to dispense with the services of 131 married lady teachers, 69 being retained. It is expected that this will not only result in a considerable saving, ...

    Article : 62 words
  14. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION.

    It is reported that the Czar of Russia and the Emperor William of Germany and possibly the Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria, will meet in the autumn. ...

    Article : 38 words
  15. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) RISE IN THE HUNTER RIVER.

    Owing to the heavy rain up country the river commenced rising on Thursday night, and yesterday morning the guage registered 25ft. Yesterday was fine but muggy, and continued so till midday to-day ...

    Article : 103 words
  16. A PATENT STEAM LIFEBOAT.

    The Acting Agent-General (Sir Andrew Clarke), in a communication to the Government, states that Messrs. R. and H. Green, shipbuilders and engineers, of Bla[?]all, have built a patent ...

    Article : 79 words
  17. ARRIVAL OF THE R.M.S. BALLAARAT.

    The R.M.S. Ballaarat, T. S. Angus commander, arrived from Colombo at 5.30 p.m. The following are the passengers:— ...

    Article : 126 words
  18. RUSSIA AND THE DANUBE.

    It is announced that Russia is about to open the Kilia mouth of the Danube to navigation. The Kihi branch of the Danube is the northern ...

    Article : 122 words
  19. VICTORIAN BUTTER.

    The Acting Agent-General (Sir Andrew Clarke), in a report to the Government, states that he is informed that the chief colonial provision merchants of London assert that Victorian better was then ...

    Article : 235 words
  20. THE DARLING RIVER RISING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 110 words
  21. HEAVY, RAINS AT GUNNEDAH.

    Heavy rains set in again on Saturday night continuing till noon to-day. 330 points have been recorded. Heavier falls are reported at the head of the Mooki River, which is now a banker, and rising ...

    Article : 955 words
  22. THE WYALONG RUSH.

    The mining registrar's office was besieged during the day with applicants, for claims rights. Two new finds vere made yesterday, one being a mile and a half west of White's Tank, the other a quarter of a ...

    Article : 256 words
  23. AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA.

    Through the personal action of the Czar of Russia, the obstacles to the arranging of a commercial treaty between Austria and Russia have been removed. ...

    Article : 34 words
  24. THE LANGWARRIN ENCAMPMENT.

    Work at the Langwarrin encampment was somewhat interfered with yesterday by rain, which fell heavily in the morning. The afternoon, however, was sufficiently fine to allow drill ...

    Article : 116 words
  25. DYNAMITE EXPLOSION IN PITTSBURG.

    A terrible explosion has occurred in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. A large quantity of dynamite stored in an explosive factory, and amounting to ...

    Article : 49 words
  26. THE ANARCHISTS IN FRANCE.

    The anarchist Pauwels, who perpetrated the recent bomb outrage at the Church of La Madel[?]ine, in Paris, and who was himself killed by the explosion, has been ...

    Article : 53 words
  27. THE UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM.

    At this evening's service at the Scots Church the Rev. Alex Marshall, M.A., delivered a lecture on the problem of the unemployed. He expressed his earnest hope that the community would ...

    Article : 237 words
  28. DEPARTURE OF TEE PRIMATE FOR ENGLAND.

    A communion service was held in St. Andrew's Cathedral on Saturday morning in connection with the departure of the Primate on a visit to England. Many of the clergy and laity were present. The ...

    Article : 571 words
  29. THE YIELD OF SUGAR.

    Mr. F. O. Licht, the well-known authority on sugar statistics, estimates that the past six months' production in Europe shows an increase of 203,000 tons, ...

    Article : 59 words
  30. DEATH OF SIR PHILIP CUNLIFFE-OWEN.

    The death is announced of Sir Francis Philip Cunliffe-Owen, director of the South Kensington Museum, aged 66. The late Sir Francis Philip Cunliffe-Owen, ...

    Article : 184 words
  31. TO-DAY.

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  32. THE DISPUTE IN THE MILLING TRADE.

    The half-yearly meeting of the Amalgamated Millers' Society was held in the Trades Hall last night. The chief subject of discussion was the difficulty in connection with the employment of ...

    Article : 115 words
  33. A FISHING-BOAT RUN DOWN.

    While the exoursion steamer Ozone was proceeding down the bay on Wednesday last she ran down a fishing-boat containing three men. The boat was smashed by the paddle-wheel. The men ...

    Article : 46 words
  34. QUEENSLAND.

    The weather so far during the Easter holidays has been gloriously fine. To-day special services were held in the various churches. THURSDAY ISLAND, SATURDAY. ...

    Article : 69 words
  35. THE COAL TRADE.

    There has not been any settlement yet reached of the Vale colliery trouble, and only a few men are working in the mine. The majority of the miners have been paid off, and have withdrawn their tools ...

    Article : 59 words
  36. TASMANIA.

    A violent storm of wind and rain swept over the colony yesterday morning, and again this morning. The R.M.S. Massilia takes 22,000 caaes of apples to London. ...

    Article : 42 words
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