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  7. SPORTING.

    The Lillie Bridge Club will hold a mixed meeting to-night, consisting of pedestrian and pony races. The Sydney Polo Club will hold its third ...

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  8. BRITAIN AND AMERICA.

    At the celebration of the 332nd anniversary of Shakespeare's birth, held in Birmingham to-day, the Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, the Ambassador ...

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  9. FRENCH POLITICS.

    The political crisis which has arisen in France owing to the action of the Senate refusing to grant supplies for the Government of ...

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  10. MOOREFIELD PONY RACES.

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  11. THE TRANSVAAL FRONTIER.

    A question was asked in the House of Commons this evening respecting the news recently received to the effect that a force of 2000 ...

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  12. AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION.

    Mr. Reid, Premier of New South Wales, was in Melbourne this afternoon for a few hours on his way to Adelaide and Broken Hill. On the arrival of the Sydney ...

    Article : 155 words
  13. COMMERCIAL.

    The Bank of England reserve of notes and coin is £38,630,000. The proportion of the reserves to liabilities is 60.06. The notes in circulation ...

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  14. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' SPORTS.

    The Leichhardt and Petersham United Friendly Societies' Dispensary Annual Demonstration and Sports Gala takes place on Queen's Birthday at the Leichhardt ...

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  15. Bowls.

    Entries for the Open Pair Tournament organised by this club are now coining in very fast, and club secretaries and bowlers generally are reminded that the entries will ...

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  16. KENSINGTON RACES.

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  17. PREMIER AND PLAGUE.

    A gentleman writing from Ballina says: -- "A plague of caterpillars, followed Mr. Reid's visit to the Richmond. A plague seems to follow him wherever he goes; it ...

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  18. Cycling.

    The Redfern and Crusaders' Clubs had an enjoyable moonlight run to South Head last evening. The Crusaders' run for Saturday is ...

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  19. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND.

    President Cleveland had a narrow escape from a very serious accident in Washington to-day. The President was driving through the streets of the ...

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  20. MONDAY'S LAW NOTICES.

    In Equity. -- Before his Honor the Chief Judge. -- At 10 a.m.: Kellick v. Little, motion for commission. At 11 a.m.: The Bulli Coal-mining Co. and Companies Act, part ...

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  21. CHARGE OF ADMINISTERING DRUGS.

    The trial of Charles Amandus Seebeck, charged with having unlawfully administered drugs to a young woman, upon whom he is also alleged to have performed an ...

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  22. BRIGHTON RACING CLUB.

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  24. "FROM CRADLE TO CROSS."

    The Rev. T. Parr, M. A., district secretary, of the Primitive Methodist Church, writes to the manager of the Australian Star as under: -- Dear Sir, -- Your copy of part of ...

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  25. MATABELE REVOLT.

    News has been received from Matabeleland that the rebels who are surrounding Buluwayo have succeeded in reaching the telegraph line and cutting ...

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  26. CARDINAL MORAN.

    Cardinal Moran, who is en route to New Zealand, arrived by the French mail steamer Australian this morning from Sydney. ...

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  27. LILLIE BRIDGE RACES.

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  28. Sportsmen on the Northern, Southern and Western Lines

    Are notified that arrangements have been made whereby the Sports Edition of the AUSTRALIAN STAR, published every Saturday, can be obtained from our local agents. ...

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  29. A VALUELESS NOTE.

    George Haye, 29, was sentenced to six months, at the Central Police Court, this afternoon, for obtaining £4 7s 6d from Victor Leopold Nelson by means of ...

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  30. Athletics.

    The seventh annual general meeting of the Public Schools' Amateur Athletic Association was held last night at the Girls' High School, Castlereagh-street. ...

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  31. THE CIVIL SERVICE.

    It is stated that a number of retirements are to take place directly from the civil service, and it is reported on good authority that amongst the officers ...

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