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  2. THE EASTER ENCAMPMENT. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN REPORTER.) HEADQUARTERS CAMP, WINDSOR FARM, TUESDAY.

    Last night the rain fell continuously for several hours, and this morning when the reveille, was sounded the sky was clouded, and gave every expectation of a wet day; but this expectation was not realised, for by ...

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  3. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAM.

    It is believed at Trebizonde that Russia will attempt to occupy Armenia in the spring. ...

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  4. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    In his careful address at the School of Arts jubilee on Wednesday evening last, Mr. WINDEYER, after doing justice to the past, turned to do justice to the future. After recognising ...

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  5. MOUNT HECLA IN ERUPTION.

    Mount Hecla, in Iceland, is in a state ot eruption. ...

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  6. THE KHEDIVE AND PRINCE HASSAN.

    The Khedive proposes to appoint Prince Hassan to the command of the Soudan. ...

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  7. THE MYSTERIOUS NUMBER ONE.

    The mysterious "Number One," who directed the Assassination Committee in Ireland, has been ascertained to be a commercial traveller, named Tyn[?]n. ...

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  8. THE DEFENCES OF SPAIN.

    Spain is heavily fortifying her position commanding the Straits of Gibraltar. ...

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  9. (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) S.S. LUSITANIA.

    The Orient S. N. Company's s.s. Lusitania sailed from Plymouth to-day, with a full cargo and passenger-list for Australia. ...

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  10. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Macedon (s.) is fast breaking up. The Government have arranged that the Rob Roy (s.) shall take up the survey party to Roebuck Bay. There will be little delay or loss to the Government. An inquiry into ...

    Article : 162 words
  11. S.S. CUZCO.

    The same company's s.s. Cuzco, which left Sydney on February 10, arrived here to-day, homeward bound. ...

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  12. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) VICTORIA.

    The Hon. Dunean Gillies, Minister for Railways, and Mr. Simon Fraser, the late member for Rodney, were entertained at a banquet at Echuca this evening. It was given in recognition of their past political ...

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  13. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The Municipal Conference respecting the Hunter River water supply is now sitting in the Newcastle Councilchambers. Newcastle, Hamilton, Warat[?]h, East and West Maitland, Wallsend, and Wickham are represented. The ...

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  14. QUEENSLAND.

    The Hon. Albert Norton, the new Minister for Works, was returned yesterday unopposed for the electorate of Port Curtis. Mr. J. E. Redmond lectures at Brisbane in aid of the ...

    Article : 141 words
  15. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    IT was confidently reported in town yesterday that the resignation of Mr. Copeland as Minister for Works was in the hands of his colleagues, and that it will be forwarded to his Excellency the Governor in the ...

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  16. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Saghahen (s.) had a case of m[?]es on board, the sufferer being a passenger for Melbourne. Through a mistake the int[?]ter first reported smallpox. Patrique was granted yesterday morning and she sailed ...

    Article : 455 words
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