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    MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.--Although the time is rapidly approaching when the ratepayer will be called upon to elect representatives at the Borough ...

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  3. LATEST CABLEGRAMS.

    Miss Donaldson, of Melbourne, who is the guest of Madame Melba at Maidenhead, was out driving with the Honourable William Coventry today when the horse took fright ...

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  4. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.

    The American authorities have informed General Linares that they Mill convey the Santiago garrison to Spain in the event of an unconditional surrender. ...

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  5. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.

    Lieutenant-General Linares, the Spanish commander at Santiago, has reiterated his determination to resist to the last all attempts by the Americans to take the city. ...

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  6. THE WOOL SALES.

    At the wool sales, prices are firm and competition in all classes of wool is very keen. ...

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  7. OUTBREAK OF YELLOW FEVER.

    It is reported that yellow fever is raging at Caimamera and Guantanamo, 40 miles cast of Santiago de Cuba. It was stated on 12th June that a number of American marines ...

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  8. THE BEET ROOT INDUSTRY.

    The Standard states that the beet root growing countries are negotiating for the abolition of the war of bounties and the assimilation of competition between all beet ...

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  9. SURRENDER OF SANTIAGO.

    It is now officially announced that Santiago has surrendered. ...

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  10. AFFAIRS AT MANILA.

    The German Admiral has informed Admiral Dewey that his movements are not intended as a demonstration of ill-will. Admiral Dewey replied that it would be ...

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  11. ANGLO-AMERICAN LEAGUE.

    The Anglo-American League, the object of which is to foster friendly relations between the two countries, was inaugurated in London today. Lord Brassey moved a ...

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  12. GENERAL DUFFIELD WOUNDED.

    In the recent artillery duel between the American land forces and the garrison of Santiago, General Duffield was severely wounded. ...

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  13. SANTIAGO'S CAPITULATION.

    Colonel Linares, who was in command of the Spanish troops in Santiago during the attack by the Americans, and who was badly wounded, is to have his arm ...

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  14. AMERICAN HARBOURS.

    'General Alger, the United States Secretary for War, has issued on order for immediate removal of all submarine mines from American harbours. The mines were ...

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  15. THE LONDON TRAMWAYS.

    At a meeting of the London County Council it was decided to purchase and work the Loudon tramways. ...

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  16. THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN BISHOPRIC.

    The fund for the establishment of a bishopric in Northern Australia is receiving the hearty support of the Bishops of Durham, Winchester and Bath. ...

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  17. CONFERENCE OF COMMANDERS.

    Lieut. General Toral, who succeeded Col. Linares when wounded, has discussed the proposed tonus of the surrender of Santiago. with Major-General Miles, the Commandant ...

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  18. THE DESTRUCTION OF CERVERA'S FLEET.

    The United States Government has awarded the sum of 170,000 dollars (about £34,900) to be distributed among the officers and men of Admiral Sampson's squadron as ...

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  19. THE VICTORIAN RIFLE TEAM.

    The Victorian rifle team, who are now in England to compete for the Kolopore Cup, and who have been doing excellent work in their practice, have been resting since ...

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  20. CABLE FROM HAWAII.

    The Hawaiian Government has entered into a contract to lay a cable from Honolulu to Japan. ...

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  21. THE GOVERNOR OF SANTIAGO INTERVIEWED.

    The latest information from Cuba slates that Brigadier-General Shatter has had a long interview with the Governor of Santiago. in which he vaiuly urged that ...

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  22. AMERICAN WAR LOAN.

    Subscriptions to the American war loan have reached the sum of twelve hundred million dollars (£300,000,000.) ...

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  23. RUSSIAN MINISTER OF WAR.

    General Kouropatkine, Commander-in-Chief of the Russian troops and Governor of Trans- Caspian territory, has been appointed Russian Minister of War. ...

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  24. RAIN IN TORRENTS AT SANTIAGO.

    Rain is fulling at Santiago in torrents, delaying the transport of heavy guns by the flooding of the trenches and destroying recently erected earthworks. It is also ...

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  25. THE WELSH COLLIERS' STRIKE.

    The coal miners who are on strike in South Wales have now submitted to the proposal which contains elements which it is thought possible may lead to a settlement. ...

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  26. THE ARMENIAN MASSACRES.

    The Porty, reply to a communication from the French Government, repudiates all responsibility for losses sustained by French subjects through the massacres of Christians ...

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  27. RUSSIA'S NAVY.

    The Russian naval construction programme for the next five years includes eight battleships, six first and ten second class cruisers, twenty torpedo boat destroyers, and thirty ...

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  28. AMERICA FAVOURS IMMEDIATE ASSAULT ON SANTIAGO.

    It is announced that the United States Government is in favour of an immediate assault on Santiago, thereby enabling the American army to withdraw at an early ...

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  29. THE RIOTS IN ITALY.

    As an outcome of the recent serious rioting in many parts of the kingdom, the Italian Chamber of Deputies has passed a bill having for its object the preservation of order ...

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  30. LATEST NEWS FROM THE METROPOLIS.

    A terrible ease of parental neglect was heard in the Fitzroy Court today. The father aud mother, named Moorcroft, were both drunkards, and their three children ...

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  31. THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN SPAIN.

    Senor Sagasta, who resigned the Spanish Premiership sonic days ago owing to irreconcilable differences in the Cabinet regarding the war, has been asked by Queen Christina ...

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  32. INDIAN LOAN.

    Tenders for the Indian Government loan of six millions sterling have been opened. The loan has proved a great success, the total subscriptions amounting to more than three times ...

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  33. WHEAT AND FLOUR.

    The American visible supply of wheat and flour east of the Rockies is estimated today at 15,880,000 bushels, as compared with 18,069,000 bushels a week ago. ...

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  34. SENOR SAGASTA RESUMES OFFICE.

    The latest news regarding the political crisis in Spain states that the late Cabinet under the Premiership of Sagasta has been resumed, and that popular sentiment has ...

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  35. THE WOOL SALES.

    The colonial wool auctions were continued today. Prices were well maintained, especially for scoured merinos. Messrs. Dalgety and Co.'s Geelong agents reprot ...

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  36. THE NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTION.

    Mr. Barton addressed the electors of the King Division, Sydney, tonight. The attendance was upwards of 8000. The candidate, who was accorded a splendid reception, claimed ...

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  37. NORTHERN PROVINCES OF SPAIN TO BE REINFORCED.

    The leading newspapers in Madrid strongly advise the necessity of reinforcing tire northern provinces of Spain in order to repress the Carlist movement. ...

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  38. AN AUSTRALIAN HIVING APPARATUS.

    A diving apparatus, the Australian invention of Messrs. Buchanan and Gordon, has been successfully tried on the Loch Long in 32 fathoms of water. ...

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  39. THE ATTITUDE OF GERMANY AT THE PHILIPPINES.

    The attitude of Germany regarding the Philippines is still regarded as most suspicious. The German warship Irene has threatened to fire if the rebels attacked Isla ...

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  40. THE DREYFUS CASE.

    A startling development Has taken place in connection with the Dreyfus case. It is now stated that Count Esterhazy, French Commandant of Artillery, who took a prominecnt ...

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  41. Advertising

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  42. SPORTING.

    SCRATCHINGS.--Grand National Steeplechase-- Will o' the Wisp. Open Hurdles -- The Provost and Cynic. Open Steeplechase -- Arthur. ...

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  43. CARRANZA EXPELLED FROM CANADA.

    Sir Wilfred Laurier, the Premier of Canada, has expelled from the Domimon Lieutenant Carranza, the Spanish[?] spy, whose letter advising the Spanish ...

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  44. AFFAIRS IN CHINA.

    Regarding are rising in the province of Kwanghi, in the south of China, it is stated that the Block Flags have killed 1500 of the Manchu troops which were sent by the Chinese ...

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  45. AUSTRALIAN SHEEP FOR MANILA.

    It is reported from Manila that a steamer conveying 3,000 Australian sheep reached Admiral Dewey on the 9th inst. ...

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  46. THE COAL STRIKE IN SOUTH WALES.

    In connection with the coal strike in South Wales, it is stated that the coal miners refuse to accept Sir Edward Fry as conciliator. The man are now submitting fresh proposals ...

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  47. THE LAWS OF NEUTRALITY.

    An awkward dispute concerning the laws of neutrality has arisen in the little island of St. Thomas, in the Danish West Indies, only 20 or 30 miles eastward of Puetro Rice. ...

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  48. LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 6 words
  49. POSTAGE TO AUSTRALIA.

    The Standard today states that as a result of are late [?] the London [?]ward postage to Australia will to reduced to a penny from next January. ...

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  50. M. BOITSCHEFF HANGED.

    M. Boitscheff, formerly aide de camp to Prippe Fe[?]inand, [?] who with M. Noveltech, formerly prefect of police, were in A and last, at [?] the [?] ...

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