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  2. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.

    SILVERTON, Thursday. -- The following lots of wool have been sent away by rail by Messrs. Thompson and Anderson, Mount Stewart station: -- 78 bales of greasy, value £706, ...

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  3. "THE TIMES"-PARNELL COMMISSION.

    LONDON, Saturday. -- Sir Charles Russell, counsel for Mr. C. S. Parnell in "The Times"-Parnell inquiry, before the Special Commission, finished his brilliant speech, ...

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  4. THE BOULANGER TRIAL.

    LONDON, Saturday. -- The French Senate, sitting in its capacity as a High Court of Justice for the trial of charges of conspiracy against the State, has considered the ...

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  5. HUNTER RIVER AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

    WEST MAITLAND, Saturday. -- The twenty-ninth exhibition of the Hunter River Agricultural Society, concluded yesterday, is considered the most successful ever held here from all ...

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  6. SOUTHERN FARMERS AND THE SEED WHEAT GRANT.

    ALBURY, Sunday. -- Few farmers are taking advantage of the offer made by the Government of seed wheat, and it is questionable whether any real distress exists through the partial ...

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  7. THE SAMOAN DISASTER.

    APIA, April 2. -- Before 8 a.m. on the 21st ult. H.M.S. Calliope was steaming slowly out of the passage, bound for Sydney. Captain Kane had a salute of 21 guns fired just as the vessel ...

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  8. THE AMENDING PASTURES AND STOCK BILL.

    WAGGA, Sunday. -- A meeting of graziers, dealers in stock, station agents and others interested in pastoral pursuits has been called for the purpose of protesting against the ...

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  9. ODDFELLOWS' DINNER.

    The third anniversary of the Rock Lily Lodge No. 60, American Order of Oddfellews, was commemorated by a dinner at Schubert's Hotel, Manly, on the 10th inst. Bro. T. W. ...

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  10. DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM HENDERSON.

    NEWCASTLE, Sunday. -- Intelligence reached Newcastle this morning that Alderman William Henderson, timber merchant, and an old resident of the city, had died last night at the Blue ...

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  11. AMUSEMENTS.

    The revival of "Hans the Boatman" for a few nights at the Theatre Royal drew a large audience to that house on Saturday. The gallery in particular appeared well filled, and it is ...

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  12. THE TASMANIAN LOAN

    LONDON, Saturday. -- The directors of the Tasmanian Main Line Railway Company are protesting against the floating of the new 3½ per cent. loan of a million sterling, ...

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  13. THE COUNTY COUNCIL.

    LONDON, Sunday. -- Lady Sandhurst, who was elected a member of the London County Council, and who was unseated on a petition presented by Mr. Beresford Hope, has ...

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  14. THE FREETRADE ASSOCIATION.

    KEMPSEY, Sunday. -- A meeting was held at Banche's Hotel yesterday to take steps to form a freetrade association. About 20 people were present. It was resolved to adopt the rules of ...

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  15. GENERAL MEETINGS.

    The committee of the North Shore Hospital met at the rooms of Messrs. Clarke and M'Intyre on the 11th inst., Dr. Ward, president, in the chair. The treasurer's statement showed a ...

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  16. RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT JUNEE.

    A railway accident, unfortunately attended with loss of life, occurred two miles south of Junee Junction at a quarter-past 10 yesterday morning. From somewhat meagre particulars ...

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  17. WAGGA SANITARY REFORM -- BOROUGH REVENUE.

    WAGGA, Sunday. -- At the fortnightly meeting of the municipal council the bylaws committee drew up some bylaws bearing on some sanitary works of the borough. Owing to the ...

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  18. TOSSED BY A BULL.

    ALBURY, Sunday. -- Mr. James Mitchell, of Tabletop Estate, narrowly escaped being gored to death by a bull on Friday. He was engaged in drafting! calves! from a herd of Devon cows, ...

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  19. PASSENGERS FOR AUSTRALIA.

    LONDON, Sunday. -- Mr. John Colton, of South Australia, who has been on a visit to England; Mr. Jenks, the newly-appointed Professor of Law at the Melbourne ...

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  20. FATAL ACCIDENT TO A RAILWAY PORTER.

    NEWCASTLE, Sunday. -- Yesterday morning a porter named Thomas Burke, whilst engaged in shunting a train at Wallsend station, had his leg cut off. Burke had loosened the couplings ...

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  21. THE COPPER MARKET.

    LONDON, Sunday. -- Copper is quoted at £38 per ton. Messrs. Mason and Barry, pyrites merchants, of Cannon-street, London, have ...

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  22. ART EXHIBITIONS.

    There was a splendid attendance at the National Art Gallery on Saturday, one of the finest attendances chronicled for some time. And of the large number of people who passed ...

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  23. BATHURST AND EASTER HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS.

    BATHURST, Saturday. -- A communication was received to-day by the person who wrote to the Railway Commissioners as to excursion fares from Bathurst to Melbourne during the ...

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  24. RETURN OF SIR THOS. M'ILWRAITH.

    BRISBANE, Sunday. -- Sir Thos. M'Ilwraith arrived by the steamer Changsha at noon yesterday. He was met in the Bay by the steamer Lucinda with a few private friends on ...

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  25. A DERELICT VESSEL.

    LONDON, Sunday. -- Six hundred Danish emigrants are missing from the abandoned ship Atalanta, which was found a derelict in the Atlantic Ocean. ...

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  26. BANKRUPTCY COURT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 48 words
  27. THE BRISBANE PRINTERS' STRIKE.

    BRISBANE, Sunday. -- The printers' strike is unchanged. All the metropolitan newspapers are publishing as usual. The steamer Ranelagh arrived to-day from Sydney with a number ...

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  28. THE RECENT COURTMARTIAL

    Sir, -- It would appear from your loader of to-day's date that the public of New South Wales have only just awoke to the fact that there is amongst them a special tribunal for the trial of ...

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  29. (BY TELEGRAPH.)

    JUNEE, Sunday. -- A dreadful accident occurred to the south-western mail, leaving Junee at 10.15 this morning, when exactly two miles from this station. The train consisted of six ...

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  30. CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Sunday. -- The Very Rev. Dr. Randall T. Davidson, Dean of Windsor, officiated at the funeral of the late Duchess pf Cambridge, which took place in the Kew ...

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  31. ON BOARD THE OLGA.

    The Olga was visited during the afternoon of Saturday by his Excellency the Governor, Captain Kane, of the Calliope, and other officers of the squadron. She left her moorings in the ...

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  32. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GARNETS.

    LONDON, Saturday. -- Mr. Streeter, the Bond-street jeweller, who recently purchased a million carat weight of South Australian rubies from the New Zealand ...

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  33. MR. SPEIGHT'S SALARY.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. -- Mr. Gillies states in regard to the cablegram published on Saturday that some misapprehension of the remarks made in London by Mr. Speight must have ...

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  34. CHESS TOURNAMENT.

    LONDON, Sunday. -- In the New York Chess Tournament Mr. Gossip, the Australian player, has been defeated by Mr. Hanham, of America. Mr. Gossip ...

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  35. THE IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE DELEGATES.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday. -- Mr. John Dillon, the famous Home Rule member of the House of Commons, will not give another public appearance on the platform in South Australia. He ...

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  36. THE GERMAN NEW GUINEA COMPANY.

    LONDON, Saturday. -- The German New Guinea Company, who for some time past have been in difficulties, have petitioned the German Government to take over the ...

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  37. SMALLPOX ON BOARD THE GUTHRIE.

    The steamer Guthrie, with three cases of modified smallpox on board, entered the Heads at 8.40 a.m. on Saturday. Captain Craig, the vessel's skipper, reports having left Hongkong ...

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  38. ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH FOOTBALL.

    LONDON, Sunday. -- The Scottish team beat England in a football match played on the Bennington oval yesterday. ...

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  39. THE ORIENT COMPANY.

    LONDON, Saturday. -- The Orient Steam Navigation Company have declared a dividend at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum. ...

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  40. ARRIVAL OF THE OLGA AND LUBECK.

    On Saturday morning the North German Lloyd's steamship Lubeck arrived in Port Jackson, her passenger list comprising three officers, four warrant officers and 28 men of H.I.M. ...

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  41. THE WHEAT MARKET.

    LONDON, Saturday. -- Wheat, ex the barque Schwanden from Port Pirie, has been sold it 37s a quarter. ...

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  42. TYPHOID AND DIPHTHERIA IN MELBOURNE.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. -- The return of the cases of typhoid fever reported to the Central Board of Health for the week show a total of 275, with 25 deaths. The total number of cases ...

    Article : 124 words
  43. LATE SHIPPING.

    Walhora, str., 2003 tons. Captain T. Popham, from New Zealand ports via Russell 10th inst. Passengers: Ladies Moreton and Delamero, Mesdames Rowe, Chick, Connolly, Keasing, Carpentier and two ...

    Article : 123 words
  44. THE SUGAR MARKET.

    LONDON, Sunday. -- In a speech delivered [?] the House of Commons on Friday night, Baron Henry de Worms, the Under Secretary of the Colonial Office, stated that the ...

    Article : 81 words
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