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  2. UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE:

    LONDON, Friday Morning. — The Allied Colonial Universities' Conference has been held. The Royal Society, all the British and most of the colonial ...

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  3. BRITISH AND FCREIGN

    LONDON, Thursday Night. — Major-General Egerton, who has been appointed to command the British in Somaliland, has left Berbera for Bohotle with 2000 ...

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  5. SMALLPOX

    Another contact case was reported by Dr. Thompson to the Mayor (Alderman S[?]orrer) last night, the patent being a young daughter of Mr Tattersall, residing at ...

    Article : 541 words
  6. SHIPPING

    High tide this day, 2.2 a.m., 2.24 p.m. To-morrow, 2.56 a.m., 3.17 p.m. Moon's Phases.—Last quarter, July 18. New moon, July 24. First quarter, July ...

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  7. COMMERCIAL

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    The admirable departure made by the Lewis Administration from the old time practice of keeping the contents of the annual departmental reports a close secret ...

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  9. SOUTH AFRICA

    LONDON, Thursday Night. — Mr Edwin Emmett has unreservedly withdrawn his allegation, made before the Transvaal Commission in 1900, that an agent of ...

    Article : 42 words
  10. VICTORIA.

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  11. NEW SOUTH WALES.

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  12. DOCK STRIKE AT CAPE TOWN.

    LONDON, Friday Morning. — The Cape Town shipping trade is at a standstill, owing to a strike of colored dockers. Steamers are leaving without discharging ...

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  13. COOL STORAGE DEPOTS.

    LONDON. Friday Morning. — Dr. Jameson, in the Cape Assembly moved that the Cape Government should establish cold storage depots in order to lessen ...

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  14. GREAT BRITAIN.

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  15. RESTORING CAPTURED BOER BIBLES.

    LONDON, Friday Morning. — Lord Roberts has expressed a desire that his appeal for the restoration of captured Boer Bibles containing family records ...

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  16. THE POPE'S ILLNESS

    LONDON, Thursday Night. — The Pope passed a quiet night, and had some sleep, and his general condition maintains some relief. ...

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  17. LONDON WOOL SALES.

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  18. ANOTHER OPERATION TO-DAY.

    LONDON, Friday Morning. — The "Italie" states it is not known whether Cardinal Moran exercised his right of demanding that the conclave should await ...

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  19. FINANCIAL NEWS

    LONDON, Friday Moring. — The rate of bank discount for bills is £2 6s 3d per cent. The quotation for Imperial Consols is ...

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  20. SKIN SALES.

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  21. NEW REGULATIONS.

    HOBART, Friday. — A "Gazette" extraordinary was issued to-night containing regulations made by the Central Board of Health made the 78th section of the Public ...

    Article : 61 words
  22. THE EVENING BULLETIN.

    LONDON, Friday Morning.—Last evening's bulletin, which was signed after Professor Ross[?] had been consulted, states that the Pope's condition is grave, ...

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  23. ADULTERATED BUTTER

    LONDON, Friday Morning. — The standing committee of trade has accepted the Government's amendment to the Adulterated Butter Bill, reducing the ...

    Article : 40 words
  24. THE POPE NO WORSE.

    LONDON, Friday Morning. — Dr. Mazzoni, on quitting the Vatican after midnight, said the Pope was no worse. ...

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  25. GENERAL NEWS

    LONDON, Thursday Night. — King Peter of Servia has abolished censorship of foreign newspapere. The late Governor Eyre's widow has ...

    Article : 620 words
  26. CRICKET IN ENGLAND

    LONDON, Thursday Night. — The Gentlemen playing against the Players scored 500 runs for two wickets. Fry scored 232, and Maclaren 168, both not ...

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  27. LAUNCESTON MAILS

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  28. CHURCH ATTENDANCE

    LONDON, Thursday Night. — "The Daily News" states the census has been concluded. The attendance at London, Anglican churches is 430,153; at ...

    Article : 41 words
  29. PRESIDENT LOUBET

    LONDON, Thursday Night. — King Edward, the Prince of Wales, Duke of Connaught, Mr A. J. Balfour, and the Marquis of Lansdowne attended at ...

    Article : 84 words
  30. M. LOUBET AT CALAIS.

    LONDON, Friday Morning.—M. Loubet, replying to an address at Calais, said his visit to London had produced a profound impression, and showed that more ...

    Article : 41 words
  31. KING EDWARD'S MESSAGE.

    LONDON, Friday Morning. — King Edward telegraphed to M. Loubet, in reply to his message: "I am deeply touched by your message. My most ardent ...

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  32. FRENCH WINE TRADE

    LONDON, Friday Morning. — M. Deloncle, lecturing at Bordeaux, stated that foreign producers were displacing French wines in England in an alarming ...

    Article : 59 words
  33. TO-DAY.

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  34. AUCTION SALES.

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  35. IMPERIAL POLITICS

    LONDON, Friday Morning.—An Opposition caucus declined to accede to the extreme win'gs wish to move a vote of censure on the Government for their ...

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  36. TO-MORROW.

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  37. RELIGIOUS SERVICES.

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  38. THE EDUCATION ACT.

    LONDON, Friday Morning.—Sir William R. Anson. M.P. for Oxford University, speaking on the education vote, said the Act was working smoothly, and the ...

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