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  2. ITALY AND FRANCE.

    Signor Crispi, the Italian Premier and Minister for Foreign Affairs, has replied to the circular note issued by M. Goblet, the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, to the great ...

    Article : 260 words
  3. EUROPEAN CABLEGRAMS.

    It is stated that the plaintiffs in the action brought against the Bank of Australasia to restrain the bank from paying the pension of Mr. E. S. Parkes, the late superintendent ...

    Article : 85 words
  4. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    IN the match between the Australian Eleven and Nottingham the Australians were defeated by an innings and 199 runs. IN connection with the New Zealand colonisation ...

    Article : 4,841 words
  5. THE RELIEF OF EMIN BEY.

    A number of pilgrims who have lately arrived at Suakim report that a large force of whites armed with Remington rifles were at Bahr-el-Ghazel, on the White Nile, in ...

    Article : 51 words
  6. GENERAL BOULANGER.

    General Boulanger has heen elected to the Chamber of Deputies for the Department of the Nord, by a majority of 15,000 votes. He has also been returned for Charente by a ...

    Article : 64 words
  7. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS: [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) VICTORIA.

    To-day the President of the Legislative Council issued a writ for the election of 14 members of Council, to fill the vacancies occurring through retirements by effluxion of time. The elections take place ...

    Article : 143 words
  8. AFFAIRS IN ZULULAND.

    Later news has been received from Zululand, stating that messengers who have arrived in the British territory from Ceza, the centre of the disturbed district, report ...

    Article : 71 words
  9. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND.

    The match between the Australian Eleven and Nottinghamshire was concluded on Saturday. The Australians, who in their second innings had lost four wickets for 70 runs, finished ...

    Article : 69 words
  10. QUEENSLAND.

    The libel action, Bulcock v. the Boomerang, was concluded in the Supreme Court to-day. The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff, with damages £50. The Rifle Association matches were continued ...

    Article : 184 words
  11. COLONISATION SCHEME FOR NEW ZEALAND.

    The Marquis of Lothian, to whom a project has been submitted by Mr. W. L. Rees, of Gisborne, New Zealand, with the view of bringing out emigrants to settle there ...

    Article : 62 words
  12. THE LABOUR STRIKES IN PARIS.

    The navvies in Paris who have been out on strike have at length been obliged to resume work, and the strike has collapsed. ...

    Article : 43 words
  13. THE SUICIDE OF DR. RIDLEY.

    An inquiry was held into the death of Dr. Ridley, who was medical attendant at Tullamore gaol during the incarceration of John A. Mandeville, a Nationalist, who died from ...

    Article : 102 words
  14. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    To-day a deputation of railway employees waited on the Commissioners of Railways and placed before them a number of requests connected with their employment Some of these the Commissioners assented to at once, ...

    Article : 102 words
  15. SERIOUS FRACAS IN LOUISIANA.

    A serious fracas, attended with fatal results, has occurred between a numher of the white population and the negroes in Louisiana. The disturbance was not quelled until after 20 ...

    Article : 50 words
  16. NORTHERN TERRITORY.

    The criminal libel case, Dr. Laffan, of Wyndham, against Kirkland and Mayhew, proprietors of the North Australian, came on to-day. The plaintiff's solicitor stated that the defendants had explained that ...

    Article : 98 words
  17. THE VOLCANIC ERUPTION IN JAPAN.

    The Japanese passengers by the steamer Afghan give some details of the recent earthquake on the island of Bun Tiy Zun. The island is of volcanic formation, and is about 100 square miles in extent, with ...

    Article : 284 words
  18. THE AUSTRALIAN AUXILIARY FLEET.

    The Admiralty authorities have appointed Mr. Apsey, Naval Constructor at Chatham Dockyard, to undertake the work of supervising the building of the colonial cruisers ...

    Article : 46 words
  19. TASMANIA.

    At a numerously-attended meeting, held in Launceston last night, a resolution was carried for the appointment of a committee to consider the question of the annexation of the colony to Victoria. Some of the ...

    Article : 66 words
  20. THE DEFENCES OF JAPAN.

    The Government of Japan contemplates the expenditure of £10,000,000, extended over a period of five years, with the view of largely increasing the strength of the armaments of ...

    Article : 60 words
  21. NEW ZEALAND.

    In the House of Representatives, in reply to a question, the Premier stated that the Government did not think any further contributions by the colony to the New Guinea protectorate, would be necessary. ...

    Article : 38 words
  22. BRITISH SOVEREIGNTY IN NEW GUINEA.

    Dr. M'Gregor will leave by the Maranoa on Saturday for Cooktown, where one of the vessels of the Australian squadron will be in readiness to take him across to Port Moresby. He hopes to be able to ...

    Article : 66 words
  23. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE DEPARTMENT.

    The directors of the Imperial Institute have issued a circular to the various Chambers of Commerce and trade societies in the United Kingdom, embodying a proposal to hold a ...

    Article : 94 words
  24. THE PACIFIC MAIL SERVICE.

    To-day Mr. J. H. Whitford, of New Zealand, had an interview with Mr. Derham, the Postmaster-General, and made certain unofficial suggestions as to the advisability of the colony joining in an effort for the ...

    Article : 157 words
  25. THE LAND TAX POLICY IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A private meeting of members of Parliament will be held to-morrow to consider the land tax policy of the Government, by which it is proposed to reduce the assessment, but not to increase the land tax. This is ...

    Article : 164 words
  26. NEWS OF THE BAY.

    THERE was a meeting of the Executive Council yesterday, presided over by his Excellency the Governor, at which the sentence of death passed on Robert Hewart, for murdering Thomas Park in a ...

    Article : 2,180 words
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