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  2. MESSAGES OF SYMPATHY.

    The sad news of the death of the Duke of Clarence and Avondale formed the chief topic of conversation in the city yesterday. The youth of the deceased Princo, his impending marriage, the illustrious future ...

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  3. SPECIAL CABLES.

    It is reported that Prince George of Wales, who recently was prostrated by an attack of typhoid fever, is engaged to be married to a daughter of Prince Christian ...

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  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The district is looking splendid after the recent fall of rain. The weather is cool. Five applications for land were lodged at the local office yesterday, comprising three conditional ...

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  5. SPECIAL CABLES.

    The French press at Cairo is conducting a fierce Anglophobe campaign. It insists upon France and Turkey joining with Great Britain in the guardianship of ...

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  6. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

    Canterbury Park will be the principal sporting rendezvous this ofternoon, and with every indication of fine weather, combined with a bill of fare that promises to bring about excellent racing, the reunion ...

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  7. THE VICTORIAN AGENTGENERAL.

    Mr. Munro takes emphatic exception to some remarks mode by Sir Graham Berry at the banquet prior to his departure from London. Sir Graham Berry expressed surprise at the decision that he ...

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  8. FORTHCOMING MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

    WATERLOO.—The approaching municipal elections are being regarded with considerable interest in this borough. The three retiring aldermen—Messrs. Kellett, Walsh, and Bunting—intend to offer ...

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  9. POLITICAL CRISIS IN PORTUGAL.

    A political crisis has occurred in Portugal. Senhor Carvalho, Ministor of Finance, has resigned. ...

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  10. MURRUMBURRAH TURF CLUB.

    The following weights have been declared for the Murrumburrah Turf Club:— TOWN PLATE, 1 mile 1 furlong.—Two Up [?]; Dampier 8st 4lb; Simon, 8st 2lb; Easy John, 8st 1lb; Rosethorn, ...

    Article : 202 words
  11. SUPPRESSION OF SLAVERY IN AFRICA.

    The African Lakes Company's steamer Domira captured and burnt two slave dhows on Lake Nyassa, in Africa. A storm swamped the boats while returning ...

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  12. THE NATIONAL REGATTA.

    The National Regatta Committee met last night at Aarons's Exchange Hotel, to receive ontries for both rowing and sailing events. At the last committee meeting it was decided that the 8ft. Dingies Race ...

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  13. GLEN INNES RACES.

    The special race meeting arranged for Anniversary Day promises to be most successful. The principal events have filled well by horses from Queensand the neighbouring districts. The following are ...

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  14. AMATEUR SAILING CLUB.

    The Sydney Amatour Sailing Club has arranged to bring off the first of three races for their champion, ship prize this afternoon. The conditions of this race are that the boats shall receive a time allowance ...

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  15. RACES AT GRAFTON ON ANNIVERSARY DAY.

    Ninety-five entries have been received for the Oddfellows' £30 Handicap at Elizabeth Island, on Anniversary Day, including the Sydney athletes Samuels (virtually scratch), 1 yard; F. Kingsmill 2, ...

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  16. CONSPIRACY IN BULGARIA.

    It is reported that 50 Bulgarian officers have been placed under arrest by order of M. Stambouloff, being suspected of complicity in a plot which has been discovered ...

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  17. YOUNG ANNUAL RACES.

    In connection with the Young annual races the following are the nominations for the Young Cup, the Burrangong Turf Club Handicap, and the Hurdle Race:— ...

    Article : 140 words
  18. EXPLOSION ON A STEAMER IN AFRICA.

    By an explosion on board the steamer Domira, belonging to the African Lakes Company, on Lake Nyassa, 11 persons were killed and 11 injured. The persons ...

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  19. AUSTRALIAN ANNIVERSARY REGATTA.

    Entries for the above regatta were received last evening numbering 75, and are made up as follows:— Eight-footers, 11; ten-footers, 12; fourteen-footers, 12: sixteen-footers, 9; eighteen-footers,8; ...

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  20. PARLIAMENT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Tho Assembly last night passed a resolution in favour of increasing protection for the settlers in the Gascoyne and Ashburton districts against the natives. The Yilgarn Railway Bill was discussed ...

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  21. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    In reference to the municipal elections, the retiring aldermen are; North Ward, D. Waddell; South Ward, Pruen; East Ward, Byan; West Ward, John Boyd. Messrs. C. Mullins and A. B. James will ...

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  22. CARDINAL MANNING.

    The Archbishop of York (Most. Rev. Dr. Maclagan), the Chief Rabbi (Dr. Adler), and Archdeacon Sinclair called at Cardinal Manning's rosidence yesterday to inquire ...

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  23. THE SINKING OF THE NAMCHOW.

    Fifty passengers were saved from the steamer Namchow, which sank in the China Sea. The number of lives lost was 350. ...

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  24. PORT JACKSON AMATEUR SAILING CLUB.

    This club has a jib mainsail and topsail race [?] for this afternoon for prizes of £5, £2, and £1 respectively, over the usual lightship course, for which the following boats, with handicaps stated, have ...

    Article : 114 words
  25. THE RETURN INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH.

    The Victorian Cricketers Association has selected the following players to represent Victoria in tho return match to be played in Sydney:—Blackham, Bruce, M'Leod, Ross, Phillips, Walters, H. Trumblo, ...

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  26. THE GOULBURN CATHEDRAL DISPUTE.

    The correspondence which has passed through the hands of the Rev. G. C. Grubb relative to the cathedral dispute has been published. The first document is a suggested agreement sent from Bishopthorpe to ...

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  27. SIR ROBERT HERBERT.

    The dinner proposed to be given to Sir Robert Herbert, Permanent Under-Secretary to the Colonial Office, has been postponed, in consequence of the death of the ...

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  28. LORD SHEFFIELD'S TEAM IN GIPPSLAND.

    A match was commenced to-day between the English cricketers (12) and twenty-two of tho Bairnsdale district, at [?]. The Englishmen batted first, and just concluded the innings at 6 o'clock. ...

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  29. SHIPPING REPORTS.

    The Thermopy[?], the new Aberdeen White Star lines came up the coast at close on 10 knots yesterday. Some [?]tleulars of the steamer were given a few days ago. The hull is of mild steel, and the dimonsions of the vessel are as ...

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  30. CRICKET.

    The inter-University match between Sydney and Molbourne was continued yesterday on the Association Cricket Ground. When play ceased on Thursday Melbourne had scored 233 and Sydney had put ...

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  31. CANTERBURY PARK RACES.

    The programmo to be played out at the Canterbury Park January Meeting, to-day, is as under:— THIS FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs.—Marvelette, 8st 10lb; Oxenham, 8st 7lb; Scots Grey, 8st 5lb; Barraba, 8st ...

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  32. EIGHT HOURS FOR MINERS.

    The Miners' Federation at Stoke, representing 178,000 miners, has decided to await the action of Parliament on the eighthour question before declaring an ...

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  33. LANDING OF CHINESE IN AMERICA.

    It is stated that a British steamer landed 10 Chineso at Port Townsend, in the State of Washington (U. S. A.), from Victoria, the capital of the British colony of ...

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  34. DEATH OF CARDINAL SIMEONI.

    The death is announced of Cardinal Simconi, Prefect of the Propaganda at Rome. He died from influenza. His Eminonce Giovanni Simeoni, an Italian ...

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  35. THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

    Mr. E. Whitley, Conservative member of the House of Commons for the Everton Division of Liverpool, has died from influenza, aged 66 years. ...

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  36. THE OLGA.

    The [?] Olga, from Sun Franoisco, Captain C. Rodin, passed Cape Flattery on Saturday, the 17th November, at 4 p.m. Until lat, 26 N., long. 120 W., light breeze from westward and north, thence fresh N.E. trades to lat. ...

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  37. THE SYDNEY DRIVING PARK CLUB.

    The entries received yesterday for the trotting and race meeting to be hold under the auspices of the above club on Wednesday next are as under:— MINIATURE HANDICAP (13.1), [?] mile.—Gallagher, [?], ...

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  38. GERMANS IN AFRICA.

    It is reported that the Wadigo natives have defeated Herr Kreuslor's German expedition in Central Africa. ...

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  39. THE DAPTO AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

    The attendance at the Dapto show on Thursday numbered between 700 and 800. The chief hackney prize was won by E. H. Weston's Warrior. Local-bred hacknoys: W. Moles. Best all-round harness ...

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  40. THE LIVERPOOL.

    The Liverpool left the Downn with stiff N. E. breeze, variable and strong breezes to the N.E. trades in [?] N. On 27th November Mr. Bigg, first-class passenger, died of consumption, and was buried next day. N. E. trades left [?] ...

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  41. THE REDUCED CABLE RATES.

    Sir John Ponder, chairman of the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company, has informed his company that he expects shortly to be able to make a very satisfactory ...

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  42. CANTERBURY PARK PONY AND GALLOWAY RACES.

    Appended are the entries received yesterday for the meeting which takes place on Thursday next:— FLYING HANDICAP (14.2), [?] furlongs.—Comewell, Leray (late Royal Dasn), Metro, Mudgee, The Nun, Peg the ...

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  43. THE BARING LIQUIDATION.

    Mr. William Lidderdale, Governor of the Bank of England, has stated that, unless serious political complications arise in South America, the liquidation of the ...

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  44. THE DRUMLANRIG.

    The ship Drumlanrig arrived last night from Hamburg 8st October. The meridinn of the Cape was passed on 17th December, the casting in 44 S. IInd very fine weather all the way from Cape Town. Spoke the ships kate Thomas, ...

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  45. PEDESTRIANISM.

    Mr. D. Blyth's 91st handicap meeting will be held at the Marrickville Grounds this afternoon, commencing at 3 o'clock. In the first-class h[?], C. Samuels is on scratch at 16 yards, J. Hart is on the 20[?] yards ...

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  46. PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF THE MARRIAGE LAW.

    Sir,—It is much to be regretted that when the Minister of Justice has introduced a bill into the Legislative Council, on the part of the Government, to amend the law relating to marriage, he should ...

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  47. PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE.

    The weather is now fine, although it is becoming rather warm again. The last few days have been beautifully cool. The following are the crossings over the common for the week:—9th, 1000 wethers, ...

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  48. AQUATICS.

    The annual meeting of members of the Mercantile Rowing Club was hold in the Oxford Hotel last night. About 30 members were present, and Mr. J. M. Fogarty, one of the vice-presidents, occupied the ...

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  49. THE TROTTER ARION.

    Mr. Forbes, of Boston, has offered to buy the champion trotter Arion for £30,000. ...

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  50. PROPOSED BUTTER FACTORY AT WINDSOR.

    Last night a meeting was called for the purpose of deciding as to the advisability of establishing a butter factory. Mr. J. B. Johnston was voted to the chair, and about 50 business people and farmers were ...

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  51. INTERNATIONAL MILITARY TOURNAMENT.

    All the entries for tho Grand International Military Tournament, to be hold under the auspices of the New South Wales Cavalry Regiment at Rosehill on Friday and Saturday next, are now in, and run into ...

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  52. THE ANTWERP WOOL SALES.

    The Antworp wool sales will be held on the 21st and 22nd January. The catalogue comprises 4000 bales, of which 350 bales are Australian wool. ...

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  53. LILLIE BRIDGE PONY RACES.

    The following weights have been declared for the pony races to be run at the Lillie Bridge grounds, Forest Lodge, on Monday evening next, in conjunction with the 250 yards Pedestrian Handicap:— ...

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  54. NEW ZEALAND BUTTER.

    A portion of the Tongariro's shipment of New Zealand factory butter has realised 124s per [?]. ...

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  55. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) TIRRANNA PICNIC RACES.

    The Tirranna races were continued to-day. The weather was beautiful, and the attendance was large. The sport was good. The results are:— [?] STAKES, 1 mile.—Mr. Adrian Knox's Trickster, ...

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  56. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

    From J. Lee Osborn, of 18 Barrack-street, we have received a boldly-printed date, calendar, showing dates of every day in the month. The printing has been satisfactorily done by Runge and Co. ...

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  57. OBITUARY.

    The death is announced of the Rev. George Hall of Gympie, Queensland. ...

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  58. BEOHSTEIN PIANOS

    Rank above all for superb and delicious touch, grandness of construction, and richness of tone; they are faultless as regards durability, and for standing in tune cannot be equalled. Illustrated catalogues and ...

    Article : 63 words
  59. [?] MALTED COCOA.

    The most [?] combination possible.— Laneet.—[[?]] ...

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