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  2. Latest Cables.

    The following cables arrived after yesterday's last edition had gone to press: -- London, February 18. THE VENEZUELA FRONTIER. ...

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  5. THE WAVERLEY ELECTION

    Mr. T. H. Barlow, the protectionist candidate, held a very successful mooting yesterday evening at the Charing Cross Hotel, Waverley. The chair was occupied by ...

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  6. AS OTHERS SEE US.

    The Melbourne Age views with much complacency the working of the free-triade policy in New South Wales. Looking at it from the Victorian standpoint it means an ...

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  7. A MARVEL OF CHEAPNESS.

    Rev. Charles Williams, D.D., of Accrington, writes: -- "You are rendering a much needed service in supplying 'The Bible Readers' Portfolio,' or ' From Cradle to ...

    Article : 271 words
  8. STAGE, SONG AND SHOW.

    The well-known entertainers, the Messrs. Cogill Brothers, have taken a lease of the Opera House for a season, and will open on Saturday evening next with an attractive ...

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  9. THE BOOT TRADE.

    The Boot Trade Union held a meeting at the Trades Hall last night, at which a letter was received from the Boot Manufacturers' Association stating that the ...

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  10. A LARGE BLACK BREAM.

    On Thursday last a fine specimen of block bream was caught by Mr. J. Booth, of Church Point, Pittwater. The fish was forwarded to Northam's Hotel, North ...

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  12. THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLE.

    Dr. W. J. Leyds, the Transvaal Secretary of State, has been enthusiastically received at Amsterdam. During the course of a speech he said that the ...

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  13. CHARGE OF STABBING.

    At the Central Police Court yesterday James Nolan was committed for trial on a charge of stabbing Abraham Starr, a coloured man, who, like Nolan, works on ...

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  14. THE IRISH LEADERSHIP.

    Mr. Thomas Sexton, M.P., has finally declined the leadership, of the Irish party. ...

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  15. CORONATION OF THE CZAR.

    The Duke of Connaught will represent her Majesty the Queen at the coronation of the Czar at Moscow in May next. ...

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  16. ADDRESS BY MR. BRUNKER.

    Mr. Brunker journeyed to Waverley last night to support the candidature of Mr. T. Jessep, the free-trade nominee. The Colonial Secretary appealed to the electors to vote for ...

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  17. CLEMENCY TO DYNAMITARDS.

    In the House of Commons last night Mr. T. Harrington's amondment to the Address in Reply, urging clemency, to dynamitards at present serving sentences, was rejected ...

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  18. MASSACRES OF ARMENIANS.

    The last British Blue Book, just issued, shows that the Consuls in Turkey estimate that 25,000 Armenians have been massacred by the Turks. ...

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  19. THE MONROE DOCTRINE.

    In the United States Senate yesterday the motion of Mr. Davis favouring the adoption of the report of the committee regarding the Nicaragua Ship Canal was ...

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  20. PECULIAR PASTIME.

    James Peter Hillier, a young man, pleaded not guilty at the Central Criminal Court yesterday to a charge of having on February 4 maliciously wounded May ...

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  21. FRENCH POLITICS.

    The Paris correspondent of the Times reports, that the Senate is resisting the extreme socialistic measures passed by the Chamber of Deputies, and the Government ...

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  22. SIR HENRY PARKES'S CANDIDATURE.

    Sir Henry Parkes addressed a very large and apathetic meeting at the Tea Gardens Hotel last night in connection with his candidature for Waverley. He ...

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  23. THE NORTH SEA CANAL.

    Dr. Von Boetticher, German Secretary for the Interior, has reported that the traffic of the Baltic and North Sea Canal, has entirely failed to realise the hopes ...

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  24. EXPULSION OF MISSIONARIES.

    The Swiss missionaries at Delagoa Bay have been expelled, by the Portuguese authorities. ...

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  25. LIFE-SAVING SOCIETY.

    No institution is worthy of more support from the community than the New South Wales Life-saving Society, whose main objects are principally to promote ...

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  26. PACIFIC CABLE COMMISSION.

    Mr. Chamberlain has stated that he is awaiting the selection by the colonies of delegates to the Pacific Cable Commission before appointing the members to represent ...

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  27. P.A.F. SOCIETY.

    The members of No. 93 The Elliott Lodge of P.A.F.S. of Australia held a very pleasant social evening on Thursday, February 13, in their lodgeroom, ...

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  28. WEST AFRICA.

    The French-African Society is urging. the Government to maintain its rights in West Africa, against the Royal Niger Company. ...

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  29. SCULLING RACE.

    J. Stephenson the New Zealand sculler, met W. Barry, of England, in a match over the Thames course yesterday, Stephenson won by three lengths. ...

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  30. A ROYAL CHRISTENING.

    The second son of the Duke and Duchess of York was yesterday christened Albert Frederick. February 18. ...

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  31. FOR THE GOLDEN WEST.

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