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    STANLEY A PRISONER.--A cablegram from Cairo received, per Reuter, this morning, states that the letter lately sent by Osman Digna to General Grenfell, ...

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  5. OBITUARY.

    Very sorrowful surprise was expressed yesterday morning when it became known that Mr. D. W. Brayshay, had died on the previous day. The deceased gentleman, who ...

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  6. EUROPEAN NEWS.

    The Agents-General for the Australian colonies had an interview to-day with Mr. Goschen, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, at which the whole question of the investment ...

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  7. THE LATE MR. A. H. CONSTABLE.

    According to announcement, the Ven. Archdeacon Cooper preached an in memoriam sermon, in connection with the late Mr. A. H. Constable, at the Anglican Church, Hamilton, ...

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  8. TENNIS.

    Never since the cricket ground was first fenced in has so gay an attendance been seen there as that on Saturday afternoon, the ladies' pavilion being crowded. The attraction ...

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  9. SANDFORD RACES.

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  10. AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.

    James Wilson Carr has been found guilty of attempting to murder his wife by cutting her throat and sentenced to fifteen years' imprisonment. ...

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  11. NORTH HAMILTON TURF CLUB.

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  13. MERINO.

    It was reported a short time ago that the Wesleyan parsonage had passed into the hands of the Education Department, and was to be tenanted in future by the state school ...

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  14. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    The report of the rainfall for the twenty-four hours prior to this morning, states that the downpour was general from Mt. Victoria southwards. West of the ranges heavy rain ...

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  15. THE REPORTER CAPTURE OF MR. STANLEY.

    The telegram published by the Standard to-day regarding the capture by the Mahdi of Emin Pasha and a white traveller, who is supposed to be Mr. H. M. Stanley, contains ...

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  17. RACING.

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  18. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES.

    Messrs. Dalgety and Co. report as follows: At our wool sale to-day we submitted a representative catalogue of 2700 bales, comprising clips from Queensland, New South ...

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  19. RIFLE MATCH.

    The rifle competitions for Mr. Henty's jubilee prizes were brought to a conclusion here on Saturday, the result being that Mr. W. Enscoe senr., carried off the first prize ...

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  20. DISCUSSION IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.

    In the House of Commons last night Mr. Goschen, replying to a question, stated that Her Majesty's Government would do their utmost to ascertain the truth regarding the ...

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  21. EXTENSIVE BANK FRAUDS.

    A serious robbery is reported to have been discovered by the National Bank officials. Bonds to the value of between £7,000 and £9,000 are said have been abstracted from ...

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  22. THE PANAMA CANAL.

    In to-day's sitting of the Chamber of Deputies, the French Government introduced a Bill, the object of which is to permit the Panama Canal Company to defer payments ...

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