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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The forty-ninth annual meeting of the subscribers to the Bathurst District Hospital was held in the Town Hall, on Friday night. The report spoke with satisfaction of the past year's work. Since the ...

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  3. SPECIAL CABLES.

    H.M.S. Victoria, the flagship of Vice-Admiral Sir Anthony Hoskins, commander of the Mediterranean Squadron, has gone ashore at Platœa, on the Greek coast. ...

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  4. SPECIAL CABLES.

    An apparently unfriently act on the part of China towards England is reported to have taken place at Ichang, on the river Yang-tze-Kiang. ...

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  5. SPECIAL CABLES.

    Westgarth's Circular regards as a mistake the private placing of New South Wales Treasury bills, and asserts that more would have been obtained for them had they been ...

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  6. SPECIAL CABLES.

    Prince George of Wales is not making satisfactory progress towards complete recovery from his late illness. His etate of health, indeed, is occasioning some ...

    Article : 46 words
  7. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    OUR cables deal largely with Australian borrowing. Westgarth's Circular writes unfavourably of the private placing of New South Wales Treasury bills, and expresses the opinion that more would ...

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  8. THE BRITISH LABOUR COMMISSION.

    Mr. Samuel Plimsoll has been examined before the British Labour Commission, which was appointed to inquire into the labour question and the best means of ...

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  9. THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN ENGLAND.

    The Gladstonian Liberals are arranging to refuse supplies to the Government beyond a short period with the view of compelling a dissolution, and thus ...

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  10. THE LABOUR PARTY IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Sir Henry Parkes, late Premier of New South Wales, has contributed an article to the Contemporary Review upon the state of politics in that colony. He ...

    Article : 75 words
  11. THE OUTRAGES IN VIENNA.

    The two persons named Schneider, man and wife, who have been tried in Vienna, the former upon charges of outrage and murder committed ...

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  12. ENGINEERS' STRIKE IN ENGLAND.

    Six thousand engineers on the rivers Tyne and Wear have struck work, in support of the Yarrow engineers in their demands to be paid for overtime. ...

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  13. THE SITUATION IN RUSSIA.

    The Zemstvos, or provincial assemblies in Russia, have issued a joint manifesto, in which they declare that Russian society is indifferent to the sufferings of the ...

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  14. THE NAVAL DEFENCE OF THE COLONIES.

    The Observer contains an article on colonial defence, in which it advocates the handing over of the colonial fleet to Australia at an earlier date than was ...

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  15. THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC.

    The influenza opidemic is abating on the Continent, and also in some parts of England where the disease has been very prevalent. ...

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  16. THE BERLIN COMPOSITORS' STRIKE.

    The Berlin compositors who went on strike have announced that they are resolved to join the ranks of the Social Democrats, owing, they say, to the failure ...

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  17. TAXATION IN PORTUGAL.

    Portugal has introduced taxation to provide for a deficit in the Budget of £5,000,000. King Carlos has agreed to forege one-fifth of the Civil list. ...

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  18. THE MILITARY COMMANDANT OF NEW ZEALAND.

    Captain Fox, the newly-appointed military commandant for New Zealand, is suffering from influenza. He has postponed his departure for New ...

    Article : 41 words
  19. THE EDUCATION QUESTION IN GERMANY.

    Excited debates have taken place in the Prussian Diet on the Education Bill, which provides for the imparting of religious instruction in the Public schools. The ...

    Article : 139 words
  20. THE JESUITS.

    The authorities of Prussia decline to re-admit the Jesuits to that kingdom. ...

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  21. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    Parliament has been prorogued to the 29th February. Yesterday afternoon a complimentary benefit at the Bijou was given for Hans Phillips, who for ...

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  22. THE HEALTH OF THE POPE.

    It is semi-officially announced from the Vatican that the Pope is suffering from overwork. He is, however, fairly well. ...

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  23. HOME RULE IN THE COLONIES.

    In an article in the Contemporary Review Mr. Monton, secretary of the Home Rule Union, declares that the Australian colonies are unreservedly in favour of Home Rule ...

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  24. BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Bank of South Australia shares are quoted at £9. ...

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  25. CULTURE IN AUSTRALIA.

    Professor Strong, of the Melbourne University, in an article in to-day's Pall Mall Gazette, defends the cultured classes in Victoria from the attack made upon them ...

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  26. ARRIVAL OF SIR GRAHAM BERRY AT ADELAIDE.

    Among the passengers by the R.M.S. Victoria, which arrived to-day, was Sir Graham Berry, late Agent-General for Victoria, who is now returning to Melbourne. On being interviewed he remarked ...

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  27. THE GENERAL ELECTIONS IN HUNGARY.

    The general elections in Hungary have scarcely altered the situation of political parties. JAN. 31. ...

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  28. THE ELDER EXPLORING EXPEDITION.

    Mr. David Lindsay, leader of the Elder Exploring Expedition, reached Adelaide to-day from Western Australia by the steamer Victoria. He has been called to Adelaide to explain the ...

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  29. THE VICTORIAN RAILWAYS.

    It is estimated that the railway revenue this year will be something like £300,000 short of the expenditure, owing to the depression in trade as well as to the fact that a large proportion of the ...

    Article : 164 words
  30. THE FASTING MAN.

    Signor Succi, the fasting man, who recently began a fast of 52 days at the Westminster Aquarium, has collapsed at the 44th day of his ordeal. ...

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  31. CAPE FRUIT IN LONDON.

    Choice peaches from Cape Colony are now being sold in London at 5s each, wholesale. ...

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  32. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    At an inquest on the body of Charles Edgecumbe, who died on Friday as the result of drinking a quantity of carbolic acid, the jury returned a verdict that the deceased took the acid by ...

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  33. THE MOONTA MINERS' STRIKE.

    With reference to the Moonta strike the executive officers met yesterday and passed a resolution with regard to the terms of the settlement of the strike, which will be submitted to the branches ...

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  34. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEAL CASE.

    In the appeal to the Privy Council in the case of the National Bank of Australasia versus Morris, judgment has been reserved. ...

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  35. DARING BURGLARY IN MELBOURNE.

    A daring burglary occurred early yesterday morning at the residence of Major-General Tulloch. Nearly every room was ransacked, including the collar, where the thieves regaled ...

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  36. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The telegraph line to Yilgarn will be opened for business next week. A man named Guilfeyle, a publican, has been committed for trial upon a charge of a capital ...

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  37. A KICK FROM A HORSE.

    A serious accident occurred to Lieutenant Percy Chrinside at Werrible on Thursday afternoon. While walking past a newly-shod horse with a mask of a reddish colour in his hand the animal ...

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  38. PUGILISM.—JACKSON AND SLAVIN.

    Jackson has deposited £200 to bind a match with Slavin. ...

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  39. TASMANIA.

    The Rotomahana arrived at the wharf at 4 o'clock yesterday. She does not appear much strained. She leaves to-morrow for Melbourne, nd will be thorouaghly overhauled there. ...

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  40. WHY SHOULD I BE INSURED?

    A life insurance policy in the MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK is a certificate of unquestionable health. To have been accepted by a first-class company gives a comfortable ...

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  41. NEW ZEALAND.

    The auxiliary steam yacht St. George, with the owner, Mr. E. J. Wythes, and a party of friends on board, arrived at Wellington on a tour round the world. The vessel proceeds from here to ...

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