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  2. INTERCOLONIAL.

    MELBOURNE, WENDESDAY.—Lord Brassesy' health continues to improve. ...

    Article : 19 words
  3. THE TRAHSYAAL RAID

    LONDON, Wednesday Morning.- Mr Oecil Rhodes has been further examined by the Imperial Commission appointed to ideal with the Transvaal ...

    Article : 67 words
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  5. CABLEGRAMS.

    LONDON, TUESDAY Night.—There are 250 soldiers and 1700 Mussulmans at Candanos and 1000 at Spaniaco and Selino in Create who are in danger ...

    Article : 116 words
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  7. A RIFLE TEAM FOR BISLEY.

    MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY.—Mr David Syme has offered to defray the cost, up to £2000, of sending a team of Victorian riflemen to compete in the rifle matches at ...

    Article : 46 words
  8. THE PREMIERS' VISIT TO LONDON.

    MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY.—The Premier(Sir George Turner) has booked a berth by the B.M.S. Ophir, sailing on the 24the of April.He leaves London early in ...

    Article : 36 words
  9. BECHUANALAND.

    LONDON, Wednesday Morning.— The British authorities in South Africa have obtained a atrip of territory in Bechuanaland for railway purposes, ...

    Article : 43 words
  10. SHIPPING.

    Dorset, s.s. 105 tons, W Holyman, jun., master, from N.W. Coast ports. Ten passengers, Cargo—1056 bags tin are and sundries. Meelnderry, s.s., 217 tons, W. Maoden, ...

    Article : 901 words
  11. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.—The annual conference of the Wesleyan Methodist Church has elected Rev. Jas. Woolnough president for the ensuing year. ...

    Article : 32 words
  12. NEW SOUTH WALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 96 words
  13. EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.— The Queen has appointed Mr James Rennel Rodd, C.M.G., secretary to Lord Oromer, the British ...

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    THE little island of Crete continues to provide the world with a good deal of more of less sensational news. Her troubles appear to be as difficult to ...

    Article : 3,283 words
  15. A MINISTERIAL STATEMENT.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.—Mr George Curzon, Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, stated in the House of Commons, last night that ...

    Article : 132 words
  16. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.—In the Central Criminal Court to-day Joseph Horatio Amora, Consul for Chilli, was found guilty of having stolen the sum of £290, the property ...

    Article : 37 words
  17. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

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  18. THE EXTRADITION OF BUTLER.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.—The delay which has occurred in connection with the extradition of Butler led the Attorney General to cable to Frisco to ascertain ...

    Article : 72 words
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  20. THE INDIAN PLAGUE.

    LONDON, Wednesday Morning.— The past week's mortality from the plague at Bombay shows a large decrease, indicating that it is diminishing ...

    Article : 31 words
  21. LAUNCESTON MAIL TABLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 99 words
  22. HERR W. STEINITZ.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.—A report from Moscow denies that Herr W. Steinitz, the champion chess player, is dead. He is still an inmate ...

    Article : 33 words
  23. A MILITARY CONTINGENT FOR ENGLAND.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.—The proposal to send to London a military contingent, with which to represent the forces of the colony at the Queen's jubilee celebrations, ...

    Article : 79 words
  24. THE VICTORIAN ERA.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.—Mr Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies, in reply to a question in the House of Commons in connection ...

    Article : 106 words
  25. A RAILWAY STRIKE.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.—A strike has occurred amongst the goods men at the chief stations on the North-Eastern Railway lines, which ...

    Article : 34 words
  26. QUARANTINED PASSENGERS RELEASED.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.—The passengers by the Nineveh, who were quarantined on the arrival of the steamer, were released to-day. ...

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  27. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, WEDNESDAY.—The death is announced of Mr Thos. Drummond, who was one of the oldest colonists in West Australia, He arrived in 1892 in the first ship ...

    Article : 47 words
  28. SPORTING.

    Elscwhero appear the handicaps for the meeting of the above club which will take place at Elphin on Saturday next. The management have arranged to have the ...

    Article : 176 words
  29. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    G. HOLMES.—The correspondence you asked us to publish was not forwarded, the only enclosure with your letter being a blank sheet of paper. ...

    Article : 27 words
  30. Advertising

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  31. THE OROTAVA ASHORE.

    LONDON, TUESDAY Night.—The Orient liner Orotavs, 5552 tons, which recently sunk in Tilbury docks, and which left London on the 5the inst. for ...

    Article : 91 words
  32. THE BUILDERS STRIKE INDED.

    PERTH, WEDNESDAY,—The builders laborers strike in Perth has practically ended. Most of the men are receiving the full rate of wages demanded. ...

    Article : 28 words
  33. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY.—The Rev. Joseph Berry, ex-president of the New Zealand conference, has been chosen president of the Wesleyan Conference of South ...

    Article : 44 words
  34. LONGFORD RACING CLUB.

    A committee meeting of the Longford Racing Club was held on Monday, when a programme of events was adopted for the meet on the 20th March, consisting of ...

    Article : 67 words
  35. THE BOOTMAKERS' STRIKE.

    ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY.—A final meeting was held last night of representatives of the master bookmakers and men, under the chairmanship of Mr Russell, ...

    Article : 58 words
  36. WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION.

    The annual meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union was held yesterday at the Temperance Hall. Mrs F. L. Fysh, the local president occupied the chair, and ...

    Article : 297 words
  37. TRANSVAAL VOLKSRAAD.

    LONDON. TUESDAY Night.—A deadlock has occurred between the Transvaal Volksraad and the High Court of Justice. The Times correspondent at Pretoria ...

    Article : 102 words
  38. TATTERSALL'S RACE CLUB, ELPHIN.

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  39. PROVISION FOR WESLEYAN MINISTERS.

    ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY.—At a meeting of the Wesleyan Conference to-day an offer was made by Edward Spicer to erect there suitable cottages, at a cost of £1100, ...

    Article : 53 words
  40. DEPARTURE OF EARL OF GLASGOW.

    ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY.—The Earl of Glasgow and party arrived this morning from Melbourne, and sailed in the afternoon by the R.M.S. China for England. ...

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  41. A MEDICAL CASE.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.—The case of D.r Leith Napier, who recently accepted a position a the Adelaide Hospital, will be heard before ...

    Article : 40 words
  42. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, WEDNESDAY.—It has been decided that Parliament shall meet in time to adopt and send a congratulatory address to the Queen by Accession Day. The ...

    Article : 47 words
  43. THE BLACK COCKATOO.

    SIR.—Having lately discovered near Straban a nest of the black cockatoo, and being informed that a reward had been offered for a specimen, I take the liberty to ...

    Article : 174 words
  44. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE.

    LONDON, Wkdnesdat Morning.— The amalgamated engineers employed at Meagre. Smith Brothers' yards at Newcastle have withdrawn from work, ...

    Article : 39 words
  45. AQUATICS.

    In accordance with the order of the umpire at the rea[?] that the Mayor's Purse should be rowed again, the event took place last evening, the course being form ...

    Article : 191 words
  46. DEFENCE FORCE REPRESENTATION IN ENGLAND.

    BRISBANE, WEDNESDAY.—The Government do not favor the suggestion that a contingent of the Queensland Defence Force be sent to England to take part in the ...

    Article : 35 words
  47. CAMPBELLTOWN.

    The Wesleyans have held their annual thankegiving service in the church, the Rev. J. R.Harcourt, B.A., preaching in the morning, and Mr E.J. Love, M.A. (Victoria), ...

    Article : 197 words
  48. COMMERCIAL

    DEVONPORT, WEDNESDAY.—Notwith-standing that the s.s. Taieri to loading at East Devonport there is scarcely any animation in the produce market this morning, and ...

    Article : 130 words
  49. A NEW PORTFOLIO.

    BRISBANE, WEDNESDAY.—Probably Mr J. B. Dickson will received the new portfiollo created by an Act of last session. He will probably be appointed Minister of ...

    Article : 31 words
  50. AUSTRAUAN TIMBER.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.—The Jarrahdale Timber Company, of West Australia, baa contracted with the Praed-street Vestry to supplu 1100 ...

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  51. SIR HUGH NELSON GOING TO LONDON.

    BRISBANE, WEDNESDAY.—A meeting of Government supporters was held this morning, when the Premier (Sir Hugh Nelson) laid before the members of his Cabinet the ...

    Article : 46 words
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  53. FINANCIAL.

    LONDON. TUESDAY Night.—Bank of Australasia shares are quoted at £47; Union Bank at £27; and M'Cracken's Brewery Company ...

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  54. INTERCOLONIAL SPORTING.

    MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY.—Following are the latest V.R. C. scratchings:—St. Leger—The Hummer, Croage, Donster, Swivel, Katipo colt, and Crubs. Ascot Vale Stakes ...

    Article : 39 words
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  56. VICTORIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 70 words
  57. Advertising

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