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    WE quite feel the force of all that Mr. Service says about the demoralising effect on the public mind of submitting one reform scheme after another, only ...

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  3. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.

    In the House of Commons, on the debate upon the address in reply to the Queen's speech, an amendment was submitted by the Home Rule party, ...

    Article : 93 words
  4. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. B. C. Delissa, on old South Australian colonist, has returned from Queensland and interviewed the Minister of Education to-day relative to establishing a sugar plantation and ...

    Article : 265 words
  5. A EUROPEAN CONGRESS.

    An agreement has been come to between the signatories to the treaty of Berlin, that in order to arrange for giving effect to the unfulfilled provisions ...

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  6. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. Jaunccy, the late Registrar of Titles, died on the voyage to England. Lost season's West Australian wool averaged 1s. 6d. per lb. in the London market. ...

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  7. THE VICTORIAN AGENT-GENERAL.

    Colonel Pasley, R.E., has, in accordance with a request made by the Victorian Government, accepted temporarily the position of Agent-General for the ...

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  8. THE AFGHAN WAR.

    The negotiations opened by Genera Roberta and Mr. Lepel Griffin, political commissioner at Cabul, with the principal hostile chiefs in South Afghanistan, ...

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  9. SAILORS' STRIKE AT LIVERPOOL.

    A movement has been on foot for some time amongst the sailors connected with Liverpool to obtain an advance of wages. Their action has been ...

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  10. REDUCTION OF COLLIERS' WAGES.

    The ironmasters of Scotland have entered into an arrangement to reduce the wages of the colliers and ironfounders. A formal announcement ...

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  11. ANOTHER BRITISH VICTORY.

    Various British columns have received orders to march upon those villages and districts in the Kohistan and Logar valleys and in other directions where the ...

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  12. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN, AUSTRALIANS V. LONGSIGHT 18.

    A match was commenced to-day at Longsight, Manchester, between the Australian Eleven and a team of eighteen of Longsight. The latter went ...

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  13. THE MINERS' STRIKE AT NEWCASTLE.

    Another exciting scene occurred early this morning. On the departure of the laborers to work in the Hamilton pits, a large mob of women assembled, ...

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  14. ENGLISH SHIPPING.

    Arrived : John Elder, s.s., from Sydney 30th March, Melbourne 6th Ap[?]il, and Adelaide 10th April; Ellerbank, ship, from Adelaide 5th ...

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  15. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    At a meeting of the Sydney Exhibition Commission to-day a deficiency of over £400 was announced in the admission department. The clerk, Carter, admits the discrepancy, but ...

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  16. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    The Australian eleven commenced another match on Thursday at Manchester, against an Eighteen of Longsight, a fairly strong club. The Englishmen made 115 in their first ...

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  17. MINISTERIAL VISIT TO EAST CHARLTON AND INGLEWOOD.

    The Ministers of Railways, Mines and Public Works left Melbourne on Thursday night by special train at twenty minutes to ten o'clock for Inglewood, with the intention of ...

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  18. QUEENSLAND.

    The Executive Council have decided that James Elsdale, alias Munro, sentenced to death for the murder of Michael M'Evoy, near Aramac, and Jimmy Ah Sue, sentenced to ...

    Article : 132 words
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