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  2. THE LATE DUKE OF CLARENCE.

    The Right Rev. Dr. Davidson, Bishop of Rochester, formerly Her Majesty's chaplain and Dean of Windsor, and the Very Rev. Philip F. Eliot, D[?]an of Windsor, ...

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  3. SPECIAL CABLES.

    Her Majesty the Queen and the Prince of Wales have expressed their deep regret at the death of Cardinal Manning. JAN. 20. ...

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  4. SPECIAL CABLES.

    The steamship John Elder, owned by the Pacific Steam Navigation Company of Liverpool, and trading between that port and the west coast of South America, has ...

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  5. SPECIAL CABLES.

    The United States Government, fearing that Canada is building warships on Lake Ontario in violation of the treaty, threatens to build dockyards on the American shore ...

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  6. SPECIAL CABLES.

    The whole of the New South Wales Treasury Bills for £1,250,000 have been sold. The chief buyers were large insurance companies. ...

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  7. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    YESTERDAY being the day of the funeral of the late Duke of Clarence, public signs of mourning were general throughout the city. Funeral salutes were fixed from the Imperial ships-of-war and by ...

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  8. THE CHILIAN DIFFICULTY.

    It is reported that the Government of the United States is sending war material to San Francisco, and has contracted for the supply of 20,000 tons of coal. ...

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  9. THE DUCHESS OF ALBANY.

    H. R. H. the Duchess of Albany has recovered from her late indisposition. ...

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  10. THE CZARINA OF RUSSIA.

    Horr Metzger, a specialist in massage, has been summoned to St. Petersburg to attend the Czarina, who has been suffering from illness. ...

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  11. THE CLARENCE PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    The quarterly meeting of the general committee of the Clarence Pastoral and Agricultural Society was held to-day. A design for a grandstand on the showground capable of seating. 250, with provision for ...

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  12. THE RAVAGES OF INFLUENZA.

    The obituary column of the Times today contains notifications of 159 deaths, of which 24 are due to influenza. Lord Alcester, formerly Admiral Sir F. ...

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  13. DISASTER IN RUSSIAN CAUCASIA.

    By the collapse of a bridge on the river Kur, at Tiflis, the capital of Russian Caucasia, many persons who were attending a ceremony of the Greek Church, the ...

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  14. THE DOMIRA INCIDENT.

    H.M.S. Swallow, of eight guns, has been ordered from the Cape station to proceed to the Zambesi to support Mr. H. H. Johnston, C.B., British Consul at Mozambique, ...

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  15. THE QUEENSLAND LOAN BUSINESS.

    Sir J. F. Garrick, Agent-general for Queensland, has published in the Times the whole of the correspondence which passed between Mr. William ...

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  16. OUTRAGE IN IRELAND.

    It is stated that four men waylaid Mr. Perry, a land agent at Tulla, in county Clare, Ireland, and shot at him, inflicting a wound in the leg. ...

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  17. THE REVOLT IN MOROCCO.

    The commandant of the French fleet at Tangier, in Morocco, has been instructed by his Government to land a force at that place should the sailors of another Power ...

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  18. MARRIAGE OF MR. RUDYARD KIPLING.

    Mr. Rudyard Kipling, the novelist, has been married to Miss Caroline Balestier. ...

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  19. QUEENSLAND LAND.

    An extensive sale of Crown lands in Queensland is advertised in English papers. The upset price is 10s per acre. ...

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  20. VIOLENT SCENE IN THE FRENCH CHAMBER.

    During the sitting of the French Chamber of Deputies, Deputy Laur made certain disgraceful charges against M. Constans, Minister of the Interior, who, amid frantic ...

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  21. TAMWORTH QUARTER SESSIONS.

    The quarter sessions were held to-day, before Judge Fitzhardiuge. Mr. R.J. Browning was Crown Prosecutor. James Bevoridge pleaded guilty to four charges of uttering five pound notes. Mr. Gorrick, of ...

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  22. REBELLION IN PERSIA.

    Severe fighting has taken place at Kallasdash, in Persia, between the Persian troops and the rebels. The former were at first defeated, but after being reinforced ...

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  23. ENGLISH JUDICIAL BUSINESS.

    The Judges have appointed a committee to discuss the block in English judicial business. ...

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  24. VICTORIAN NAVAL OFFICERS.

    Lieutenants F. Tickell and W. J. Colquhoun, of the Victorian navy, have been awarded first-class certificates from H.M.S. Vernon, Portsmouth, for torpedo ...

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  25. DEATH IN THE BUSH FROM THIRST.

    Peter Redmond, who is believed to have been a recent arrival from the other colonies, while on his way to the fields died in the Murchison bush. He had evidently died from thirst, as he had taken off ...

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  26. FIGHTING IN DAHOMEY.

    Fighting is reported from Dahomey. The French forces shelled a place, and killed 250 natives. ...

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  27. ENGLISH, SCOTTISH, AND AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED BANK.

    Mr. James Bullock replaces Sir James M'Culloch in the directorate of the English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank. ...

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  28. THE EGYPTIAN CONFERENCE.

    A compromise as to the quarantine and other regulations in dispute between the British and French delegates to the Egyptian Sanitary Conference at Venice ...

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  29. ATTEMPTS TO WRECK TRAINS.

    Repeated attempts have been made to wreck trains near Reigate, in Surrey, England, but, fortunately, they were frustrated. On the last occasion sleepers ...

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  30. THE NARRABRI POISONING CASE.

    The funeral of Nurse Weaver, aged 26, and Thomas Smith, aged 81, took place this morning. These were the victims of poisoning at the hospital yesterday. A service was held at the Church of England. ...

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  31. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LAND MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY.

    The South Australian Land Mortgage and Agency Company has appointed a committee of seven for the purpose of discussing Mr. M'Gavin's proposals, which ...

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  32. PROCEEDINGS IN SYDNEY.

    Signs of mourning, in the shape of half-masted flags, were displayed all over the city yesterday, as well as from pretty well every vessel in port. Since the receipt of the news of the death of the Duke of ...

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  33. THE RABBIT INVASION.

    Mr. Jas. Hayes, M.L.A., a few days since submitted to the Minister for Lands a proposal for protecting a large area of land from rabbit invasion. He suggests that the railway line from Albury to Wagga Wagga ...

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  34. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    The last of the present season's shipment of butter to England is to be made on the 20th February. Immediately afterwards the cooling chambers of the mail steamer, are to be utilised ...

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  35. ACCIDENT TO SIR CHARLES DILKE.

    Sir Charles Dilke has been thrown from his carriage. He was severely shaken. ...

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  36. SHOCKING ACCIDENT WITH A REVOLVER.

    Mr. P. F. A. Kinna, the coroner, has been apprised of a fatal revolver accident at Coates Creek, 18 miles from Molong, at the residence of H[?]rbert Atkinson, a teamster. It seems that Atkinson, early this ...

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  37. EMIGRATION FROM GERMANY.

    The German Chancellor, Count.von Caprivi, will introduce into the Reichstag a bill designed to restrict the number of Germans who emigrate. ...

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  38. THE NEW ZEALAND TRUST AND LOAN COMPANY.

    The New Zealand Trust and Loan Company has declared a dividend of 9 per cent. ...

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  39. THE PASTORAL OUTLOOK IN THE WEST.

    The continued dryness of the weather is giving much cause for anxiety, especially amongst pastoralists, some of whom will have a hard struggle if the rain holds off much longer. A good general ...

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  40. THE GOLD RESERVE.

    The London Chamber of Commerce will meet on Thursday next to discuss Mr. Goschen's scheme for increasing the gold reserve. ...

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  41. SOUTHERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION MEETING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 592 words
  42. COLONIAL BUTTER.

    The bulk of the butter shipped in the steamers Orient and Tongariro has been sold at prices last quoted. ...

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  43. THE ELDER EXPLORING EXPEDITION.

    At a meeting of the council of the Geographical Society to-day it was decided to instruct the leader of the Elder Exploring Expedition, Mr. David Lindsay, to return to Adelaide as early as possible ...

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  44. VICTORIA AT THE CHICAGO EXHIBITION.

    A deputation representing the commercial and manufacturing bodies of the colony to-day asked the Premier to place a sum of money on the Estimates to meet the expenses of the representation of ...

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  45. QUEENSLAND.

    A solemn requiem mass was held at St. Stephen's Cathedral this morning for the late Cardinals Manning and Simeoni. Archbishop Dunn presided. ...

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  46. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Lady Ventry arrived in the R.M.S. Oriental today, and left for Melbourne by express this afternoon. The Premier (Mr. Playford) left for India to-day in the Britannia. The Agent-General (Sir ...

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  47. ALBURY PASTURES AND STOCK PROTECTION BOARD.

    A meeting of the board of directors under the Pastures and Stock Protection Act was held to-day. Mr. MacVein occupied the chair. A letter was read from Edwin Gannell, of Victoria, asking the ...

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  48. THE HUNTLEY TRAGEDY.

    At the inquest on the body of the boy George Cook, the victim of the Huntley tragedy, to-day, Thomas Cook, his father, in giving evidence, said that when he saw his wife strike the boy, he asked ...

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  49. ALBION PARK AGRICULTURAL snow.

    The fifth annual exhibition of the Albion Park Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held today on the society's grounds at Albion Park. The weather was all that could be desired, and as fine ...

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  50. THE UNEMPLOYED IN MELBOURNE.

    A deputation from the members of the Trades Hall Council, the Progressive Political League, and the Yarra Bank Sunday Meetings of Employees urged on the Premier to-day the necessity ...

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  51. [BY TELEGRAPH.]

    Signs of mourning were general throughout the colony to-day on the occasion of the funeral of the Duke of Clarence. In the afternoon the Government offices and many warehouses and other establishments ...

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  52. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Mrs.Cartwright, from Queensland, and who was for some time the only woman on the Murchison goldfields, committed suicide a few days ago by taking a dose of laudanum during a fit of ...

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  53. SMALLPOX IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    A coloured Seaman, who attended the victim in the recent case of smallpox on board the barque E. and H. A very, at Fremantle, has contracted the same disease in a very [?]nt ...

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  54. TASMANIA.

    Mr. Henry Dobson, leader of the Opposition, was thrown from his carriage on the H[?]on-road to-day and severely shaken. ...

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