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  3. NEWS FROM THE VATICAN. NO IMPROVEMENT REPORTED.

    The news to hand from Rome, in connection with the illness of the Pope, continues very serious. ~ The latest bulletin issued this ...

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  4. BOTHA'S RECENT SPEECH. CRITICISED BY ENGLISH PAPERS.

    The aggressive speechs delivered recently at Heidelberg. in hte Transvaal Colony, by Mr. Louis Botha. the ex-Boer commandant. are being freely criticised ...

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  5. THE END APPROACHING SLOWLY.

    The bulletin issued by the physicians in attendance on Pope Leo last evening shows that His Holiness passed a fairly quiet day; also, that the periods of ...

    Article : 49 words
  6. AFFAIRS IN CHINA. CONFERENCE OF RUSSIANS ENDED.

    The conference of high Russian officials which has been sitting at Port. Arthur, has been brought to an end. The conference met in secret and the ...

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  7. EX-GENERAL ALLEGES DECEIT.

    In a letter to a friend residing in England. ex-General Louis Botha represents the pecuniary assistance given to the liners by Great Britain and Viscount ...

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  8. RUSSIA REFUSES WITHDRAWAL.

    The St. Petersburg correspondent of the "Cologne Gazette" has made an important statement concerning the situation in the far East. ...

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  9. BTHA'S FUTURE MOVEMENTS.

    The Hague correspondent of the Daily" Telegraph" says that Hot ha will shortly arrive in Holland for the purpose of conferring with ex-President Kruger and ...

    Article : 77 words
  10. THE KISCHINEFF OUT RAGES.

    Advices from St. Petersburg state that the Russian Government intends punishing the instigators and perpetrators of the recent outrages at Kischineff. when ...

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  11. IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION LAWS.

    The American Immigration Act. which prohibits the importation of any laborer under contract, is being strictly enforced by hte United States authorities in the ...

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  12. THE SCOTS GREYS.

    The fund being raised to establish a memorial in Edinburgh to the scldiers of the Scots Greys who fell during the war in South Africa amounts to £3000. ...

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  13. SALUTE FROM ON HIGH.

    M. Loubet, the French President, was saluted in a novel manner yesterday afternoon while reviewing the French at Longehamps. ...

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  14. THE GERMAN TARIFF.

    The Customs regulations now being enforced by Germany are having a serious [?]ffect on American trade. The value of exports of packed ...

    Article : 63 words
  15. RUSSIAN MILITARY MANCEUVRES.

    A telegram from St. Petersburg states that the customary manoeuvres at Warsaw. in Russian Poland. will not take place this year. ...

    Article : 57 words
  16. WAR IN SOMALILAND.

    A despatch from Boheffe reports that, in consequence of the prevalence of sickness amongst the British troops at present quartered in Somaliland. further ...

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  17. THE BUSGNIG PLAGUE.

    The out break of bubonic plagne. which was recently reperted to have occurred at Port Said. is now increasing in virulence. ...

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  18. MURDER WILL OUT.

    The mail Samuel Dougal. an army pensioner convicted sonic time ago of the murder of Miss Camilla Holland, at the Moat Farm in Essex, was hanged to-day. ...

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  19. HUGE TEST COLLAPSES.

    An accident. that might have resulted in serious loss of life, occured at Denver eity. in the State of Colorado, yesterday. ...

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  20. KANAKA QUESTION IN QUEENSLAND.

    In consequence of the stringent manner in which Mr. Deakin dealt with Queensland in reference to the Kanaka question, the Premier, Mr. Philp. has decided to communicate ...

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  21. SMALL-POX OUTBREAK.

    A small-pox patient named Brachen died this evening. The deceased was a married man with a family. ...

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  22. THE WOOL SALES.

    The colonial wood auctions were continued to-day. The market was firm and competition for most descriptions was stronger. ...

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  23. REMARKABLE FALL OF HAIL.

    A violent hailstorm occurred at Cooyal yesterday afternoon, the ground, according to the report, being covered to a depth of 5 inches. ...

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  25. POLITICS IN NEW SOUTH WALES

    [?] [?] [?] In the Legistative Assembly this afternoon, to move to-morrow "that the House having considered the report of the Royal ...

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