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  2. HON. G. H. REID'S TOUR.

    The Hon. G. H. Reid arrived at Mount Morgan this morning, and, with Mrs. Reid and Miss Reid, was the guest of the directors of the company at Carlton ...

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  3. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    The special train containing his Excellency the Governor-General was met at the station to-day by the Hon. A. Morgan, M.L.C., Mr. F. Grayson, M.L.A., the ...

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  4. SYDNEY UNIVERSITY.

    The list of candidates who passed the Junior public examinations was issued to-night. The number of candidates was 1219, and of these 845, or 69.5 per cent, ...

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  5. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. (From Our Special Representative.) MELBOURNE, July 19. THE SENATE.

    In the Senate to-day, in reply to Senator Dobson, Senator Playford stated that the Government would consider the advisibleness of subsidising a rifle team to ...

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  6. THE LABOUR DEPARTMENT.

    The Minister for Works (the Hon. T. O'sullivan) yesterday outlined the proposals for constituting the new Department of Labour, for which regulations have been ...

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  7. AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA.

    The Swedish authorities have captared 20,000 rifles which were destined for Finland. They were found hidden in casks and covered with fruit. ...

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  8. AN AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

    In the House of Commons yesterday, in reply to a question by Mr. John B. Lonsdale, Unionist member for Mid Armagh, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman ...

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  9. THE TRANSVAAL.

    The Earl of Selborne, Governor of the Transvaal and High Commissioner for South Africa, speaking at a luncheon at Pietersburg, made an appeal to the Boers ...

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  10. NORTHERN AFRICA.

    The French newspapers, commenting on the revival of Mahomedan fanaticism in Northern Africa, especially in the south of Tripolo, urge Frenchmen to appreciate ...

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  11. NATAL REBELLION.

    Sir Henry E. M'Callum, Governor of Natal, has informed the Under Secretary for the Colonies, Mr. Winston Churchill, that during the operations for the ...

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  12. CENTRAL AMERICA.

    In connection with the hostilities between the Republies of Guatemala and San Salvador, further news from Central America states that notwithstanding the ...

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  13. CABLE NEWS IN BRIEF.

    Australia's invitation for an English rifle team to visit Australia was read at a general meeting of the National Rifle Association at Bisley. Colonel Templeton ...

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  14. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    In the House of Representatives, in reply to Mr. Mahon, Who asked if the existing policy-holders would be protected under the bill which the Government ...

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  15. THE EDUCATION BILL.

    The remaining clauses of the Education Bill were passed in Committee in the House of Commons last night, together with some new clauses. ...

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  16. CHINESE ON THE RAND.

    Four thousand white miners on the Rand have signed a petition to the King against the repatriation of the Chinese labourers. The miners declare that the loss of the ...

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  17. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    In the Vice-Admiralty Court to-day Mr. Justice Owen gave judgment in the suit brought by J. and W. Brown against the North Coast Steamship Company, and ...

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  18. CHARING CROSS DISASTER.

    The South-eastern Railway Company has given Mr. Cyril Maude, the lessee of the new Avenue Theatre, £20,000 as compensation for the destruction of the theatre ...

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  19. WOONGARRA IRRIGATION.

    The report of Mr. Rahbek, the irrigation expert, on the practicability of irrigating the Woongarra was before the Irrigation Board to-day. The report is very ...

    Article : 322 words
  20. THE CRICKET TROUBLE.

    Some important developments in the cricket trouble, which have not been made public, have evidently arisen during the last week, and the result is that a special ...

    Article : 342 words
  21. LATEST SCRATCHINGS.

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  22. TATTERSALL'S BILLIARD TOURNAMENT.

    The games played last night in connection with Tattersall's Club billiard tournament attracted an excellent attendance. J. Eanwaker (45 on) beat J. Geary (owes ...

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  23. BOATING FATALITY.

    A sad boating fatality occurred at Karamea, near Westport. Captain Sverson and three seamen named Franson. Wilson, and Hunter were out sounding on the bar, ...

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  24. Anti-Liquor Campaign.

    Perhaps there is no name better known throughout Australia and New Zealand in advocacy of (temperance reform than that of Mrs. Harrison Lee, who has been ...

    Article : 98 words
  25. PAST0RAL MATTERS.

    Six hundred bullocks have been purchased by Richards and Sons, Chi[?]ton, and will be lifted at the end of this month. Mr. G. K. Jeffrey has inspected ...

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  26. THE TRIPLE MURDER.

    Young Brown, who committed the triple murder at German Creek, tells a remarkable story. " The whole thing," he said, "is the result of a secret society ...

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  27. WRECK OF A BRIGANTINE.

    Another wreck has occurred on the coast, the brigantine Sir Henry having foundered near East Cape. It is reported that all hands were lost. Three persons ...

    Article : 114 words
  28. New Music.

    Two pieces of music recently published by Messrs. W. H. Paling and Co. are to hand. Both have been well printed, the front pages being very artistic. "The ...

    Article : 105 words
  29. Address by Hon. G. H. Reid.

    The Hon. G. H. Reid will address a meeting of Federal electors in the Exhibition Hall next Monday night at 8 o'clock. The Mayor of Brisbane will preside. ...

    Article : 61 words
  30. LATE COMMERCIAL.

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