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  4. THE DIAMOND JUBILEE.

    LONDON, TUESDAY Night.— The Dublin City Council has refused to join in the jubilee celebrations next month. ...

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  5. CABLEGRAMS.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.— The Greeks and Turks fought for nine hours near Domoko. The Greeks claim that they rep[?]sed ...

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  6. INTERCOLONIAL

    MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY.—BALA feil heavily in the city last evening, and extended well into the wheat districts, The rainfall has awakened hopes that the [?] ...

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    IN addition to the legislative and executive functions of a Federal Government, those of Judicial obaracter have to be definitely provided for in ...

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  8. COMPLAINT AGAINST POSTAL DEPARTMENT.

    MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY. — The directors at the Mount Lyall Mining and Railway Company have addressed a letter: to the Postal Department complaining that ...

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  9. SHIPPING.

    Edina, s[?] R.S.Y.S.. 14 tons. J.P. Sharpe, master, for St. R[?]. Linda, Ketch, 10 tons, W. Talt. for Melbourne, EXPORTS—May 19. ...

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  10. DEEADFUL FATAL REVOLVEE ACCIDENT.

    MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY.— Mr Hamilton M' Kinnoo, well known is press and mining circles, died this afternoon from a revolver wound, He was visited last night ...

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  11. SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.— Speaking at the Con[?]itntional Club last night, Lord Salisbury (Premier of Great Britain) said that the order ...

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  12. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.— At the police court to-day a man named Farrell was fined a 10 for having boarded the steamer Cro[?]dale before pratique bad been granted. ...

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  13. THE BATTLE OF GRIBOVO.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.— The battle between the Turks and Greeks at Gribovo was the fiercest during the whole of the war. ...

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  14. THE DROUGHT.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY.— The Minister of Agriculture (Mr Sydney Smith) has decided, in view of the severity of the drought, to allow all unl[?]ssed ar[?] bores under the ...

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  15. DEATH SENT[?]NOE TO BE EX[?]OUTED.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. — The Cabinet has decided to allow the law to take its course in the case of a man named Hines. who was [?]entanced to death for a critical ...

    Article : 42 words
  16. TO-DAY.

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  17. THE S.S. TAIYCAN GOLD ROBBERY.

    SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY—The exact par[?]rs of the gold robbery from the s.s. Taiyacan are not yet obtainable, but private advices from Hong Kong received by Messrs. ...

    Article : 60 words
  18. SUPREME COURT.

    HOBART, WEDNESDAY.— The criminal sittings of the Supreme Court were resumed this morning before the Chief Justice (Sir Lambert Dobson) and Mr Justice Dodds, ...

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  19. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY — As a conc[?]ion to the farmers the Railway Commissioner has decided that until farther notice bay and chaff, at present carried at ordinary ...

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  20. GERMAN POLITICS.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.—The German Reio[?]tag has adopted a bill providing for associations of liberty to unite. ...

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  21. THE BOOTMAKER'S STRIKE.

    ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY.— Mr W.A. Trenwith, M.L.A. of Victoria, arrived from Melbourne to-day. It is understood that he will endeavor to arrange a settlement ...

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  22. SEVERE SHOOK OF EARTHQUAKE.

    ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY.— One of the severest shocks of earthquake experienced at Kingaton occurred at 2 55 this morning. It was different from pre[?]ding ones in that ...

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  23. CHIEF JUSTICE WAY.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Night.— Chief Justice Way, of South Australis, who has been unwell since his arrival in England, has now recovered. ...

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  24. WEST AUSTRALIA

    PERTH, WEDNESDAY.—The strike of wharf laborers at Albany has termi[?]ted, the men ret[?]ing work at the old rate, 1s per hour. ...

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  25. BISHOPSBOURNE.

    A successful entertainment and coffee social were held here in the W[?]yan Church on last Friday evening, when a large and[?] ass[?]d Mr St[?]flord, from Long ...

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  26. AUSTRALIANS AT HOME.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.— The Countess of Glasgow, wife of the Earl of Glasgow, formerly Governor of New Zealand, has presented three of ...

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  27. TASMANIAN PARLIAMENT.

    HOBART, WEDNESDAY.—With regard to the meeting of Parliament Sir Philip Fyab (Acting Premier) has written to the Acting-Premier of the neighboring colony to ...

    Article : 315 words
  28. COMMERCIAL

    DEVONPORT, Wednesday. — The s.s. Or[?]ton brought a fair Cargo from Melbourne on her last trip, consisting of 60 bags sugar, [?] packages tea [?] packages merchanting, and 400 bags manure ...

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  29. THE LONDON WOOL SALES.

    LONDON, TUESDAY Night.—At the wool sales to-day there was a much better selection offered and competition was keen, prices showing an ad­vance daily. ...

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  30. AUSTRALIAN LOTS SOLD.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.— At the sales yesterday the following Australian lots were sold: Tupra, 5[?]d per Ib; Delegate, 7[?]d: Afton, 7½; ...

    Article : 94 words
  31. LONGFORD.

    The first anniversary of the Excelsior Tout was celebrated by a social at Perth, in the Victoria Hall, on Tuesday night, and was well patronised, the hall being crowded. ...

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  32. VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.— Wheat is firm, sales co[?] 4000 bags at [?] in Melbourne and [?] country, and a large parcel of [?]long at [?] lld. Flour to in good deruand at £1417 6d to ...

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  33. NEW SOUTH WALES.

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  34. HAGLEY.

    On Tuesday evening lecture was given in the Monta[?]e Hall by Arch[?] Wh[?]gton. The Rev. C.J. Brammall occupied the chair, and briefly ...

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  35. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

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  36. FINANCIAL

    LONDON, TUESDAY Night.— The London Bank Bill has been read a third time in the House of Lords, and it is expected that assent will be given ...

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  37. LAUNCESTON MAIL TABLE.

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  38. SHEFFIELD.

    During the gale on Saturday night a large tree on Mr J. Moree's property was struck lightning and entirely splintered from the top to about 7[?]t of the ground, The ...

    Article : 131 words
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  40. AUSTRALIAN BANK SHARES.

    LONDON, TUESDAY Night.— Shares in the Bank of Australa[?] were quoted to-day at £46, and in the Union Bank at £27 5s. ...

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  41. A WESTRALIAN COMPANY.

    LONDON, WEDNESDAY Morning.— The West Australian Store Company is issuing 665,000 shares at 6 per cent. preference and 66, 750 ordinary shares. ...

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