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  2. THE FISCAL QUESTION.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The Duke of Argyll, in a letter on the fiscal question, writes:—"I am all in favour of commencing experimental legislation ...

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  3. THE FAR EAST.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The official opening of the Japanese Diet has been postponed until Thursday. The Russians have severely defeated ...

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  4. VICTORIA.

    A Melbourne youth named Pelham Podmore, who was on a visit to Ballarat with his brother had a fearful fall this morning. He was staying at Reid's Coffee Palace, and ...

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  5. CONGREGATIONAL JUBILEE.

    The celebrations, which were commenced on Sunday at the Brown-street Church, in connection with the jubilee of the establishment of ...

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  6. ALLEGED LIBEL.

    In No. 2 Jury Court before Mr. Justice Pring and a Jury to-day. Thomas Edwin Brown, an orchardist, residing at St. Ives, sought to recover the sum of £500 from ...

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  7. SOMALI FIGHTING.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Bluejackets from H.M.S. Mohawk, Commander E. F. A. Gaunt, landed on the Somaliland coast and burned Port Durbo, which, ...

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  8. GOING HALF-WAY.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Mr. R. F. Cavendish, M.P., speaking at Ulverston, said he was entirely opposed to Mr. Chamberlain's fiscal proposals, ...

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  9. FEDERAL ELECTION.

    Mr. David Watkins addressed a meeting of electors from Thompson's Hotel New Lambton, last night. The Mayor(Alderman Errington) presided. ...

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  10. CANADA WAITING.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Mr. Clifford Sefton, Minister of the Interior in Canada, speaking at the Canadian Club, at Ottowa, said that preference ...

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  11. A GOSFORD FRACAS.

    Two brothers, John and George Hennessey, both young men were arraigned at the Darlinghurst Sessions to-day, on a charge of having at Gosford, on September 28 last, ...

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  12. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    The Federal High Court to-day dismissed the appeal in the case of D. and W. Murray versus the Collector of Customs. The case was one in which the former ...

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  13. TORN TO PIECES.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Mme. Fischer, a lady lion tamer, who was giving her thousandth performance at Dessau, Germany, yesterday, was torn ...

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  14. A FREETRADE MANUFACTURER.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Mr. George Kemp, M.P. (Unionist) for Heywood Division of Lancashire, and head of the well-known flannel manufacturing ...

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  15. THE PUBLIC MEETING.

    Between the afternoon and night meetings a tea meeting was held on the church lawn, several hundred people sitting around the prettily-decorated tables, the ...

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  16. STEAMER COLLISION.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The Greek steamers Pyloros and Assos have come into collision off Ithaca, on of the lonian Islands. ...

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  17. CANADA AND AUSTRALIA.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Mr. J. S. Larke, the Canadian Commissioner in Australia, has reported to the Dominion Government that the ...

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  18. SOME HOME TRUTHS.

    LONDON Wednesday.—Mr. James Wanklyn, M.P., addressing his constituents at Bradford, said the numbers of Free Fooders included but few commercial ...

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  19. ENGLAND AND PERSIA.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Lord Curzon, the Viceroy of India, has arrived at Kurrachi, the chief port of the Panjab. ...

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  20. QUEENSLAND.

    Mr. Kidston, the State Treasurer, referring to the statement of Sir George Turner the Federal Treasurer, concerning the financial position of ...

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  21. THE WEBB CASE.

    At the Water Police Court to-day George Henry Webb appeared to answer an information laid by Maggie Maud Webb, of No. 59 Upper William-street, Sydney, which ...

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  22. MR. BOWLES' CANDIDATURE.

    Mr. R. M. Bowles addressed a meeting of ladies at the Wallsend School of Arts yesterday morning, and explained his policy on questions of the day. The ...

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  23. MURDER BY A PRINCESS.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Princess Otto Windisch-Graetz, daughter of the late Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria, surprising her husband alone with a ...

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  24. UNITED STATES FINANCES.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The report presented to the United States Congress by Mr. Leslie M. Shaw, the Secretary to the Treasury, estimates ...

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  25. FIRE ON A CRUISER.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—A fire which lasted for two hours, has occurred in the storeroom of the cruiser Hermes at Devonport. The shell room was ...

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  26. THIBET MISSION.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The Chinese official at Lhassa, the capital of Thibet, who was sent to meet the British expedition under Major ...

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  27. DISTURBANCE AT ALEXANDRETTA.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—A disturbance has taken place at Alexandretta, the port of the Aleppo in the Levant, in which the American Consul was ...

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  28. SOUTH AUSTRALIA

    The death of Horace John Heggaton, solicitor, who was found dead in the bathroom at his parents' residence at West Mitcham, yesterday was inquired ...

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  29. ALLEGED BREACH OF CHARTER.

    An action of interest, to the shipping community was commenced before Mr. Justice Owen and a jury in No. I Jury Court to-day, when the ...

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  30. DEATH OF HERBERT SPENCER.

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The death is announced of Mr. Herbert Spencer, the eminent political economist, at the age of 83. ...

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  31. GARDEN FETE.

    The rectory grounds of St. John's Church of England presented an attractive appearance last evening, the lawn being illuminated by Chinese lanterns to give ...

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  32. VICTORIAN RAILWAY MANAGEMENT.

    The Full Court to-day delivered judgment in the action recover £1000 damages, brought as a test case against the Railway Commissioners by Walter ...

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  33. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Ten thousand silk dressers and dyers at Lyons, in France, have struck for an advance in wages. The cotton manufacturers in ...

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  34. STATE GOLD YIELD.

    A return compiled by the Department of Mines shows that the gold produced in this State during the month of November was 19,742oz crude, equal to 15,772oz fine ...

    Article : 155 words
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