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  2. CHILI AND AMERICA.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--The New York Herald asserts that the Chilian Government intends to make a complete and unreserved apology to the ...

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  3. CRIMINAL LAW AMENDMENT ACT OF 1891.

    Sir,--The notice which appeared in your issue of Tuesday by a nameless correspondent has no doubt been read with feelings of mingled awe and surprise by all legally ...

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  4. THE VICE-REGAL TOUR

    KIANDRA, Wednesday.--His Excellency the Governor and party arrived here this, afternoon after a pleasant trip from Adaminaby. Shortly after 10 o'clock the party ...

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  5. THE DIFFICULTIES IN THE COAL TRADE.

    NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.--The Burwood miners went to work to-day, and the whole of the associated pits, with the exception of Wallsend, were sending out coal. ...

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  6. THE COUNTRY.

    GRAFTON, Wednesday.--The following resolution was carried at a meeting of the Pastures and Stock Board of the Grafton district held to-day at Grafton:--"That this ...

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  7. THE POPE'S JUBILEE.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--A sum of £40,000 is being collected among the people of Italy, to be spent in 1893 in celebrating the jubilee of Pope Leo XIII, who was ...

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  8. A TYPE SYNDICATE.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--It is stated that an English syndicate has purchased all the type foundries in America for £5,000,000. ...

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  9. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.--A Cabinet meeting was held this morning, when the Ministerial portfolios were redistributed as follows:--Premier and Commissioner for Lands, ...

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  10. THE FAMINE IN RUSSIA.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--A telegram from New York states that a donation of 3000 tons of flour is being sent from America to the famine-stricken districts of Russia. ...

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  11. ALLEGED SLY GROG SELLING.

    MOLONG, Wednesday.--The police have known for some time that sly grog selling is frequent on the Parkes railway extension works, but they have been unable to get ...

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  12. THE PEACE OF EUROPE.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--The Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria-Hungary, in closing the session of the Hungarian Diet, expressed an opinion that the ...

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  13. ACCIDENT TO A MAIL COACH.

    MORUYA, Wednesday.--The mail coach from Broadwood to Moruya, met with an accident yesterday evening. When a few miles on the Moruya side of Araluen, coming ...

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  14. VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--George N. Taylor, late manager of the Land Credit Bank, was brought before the City Court to-day on remand upon two charges of fraud, one ...

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  15. THE MOONTA MINERS' STRIKE.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.--The miners' meeting at Moonia to-day was largely attended. The secretary stated that he had received £170 from the Newcastle miners. ...

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  16. CAPTURE OF ESCAPEES.

    GLEN INNES, Wednesday.--Wilson and Courtenay, the two men who got out of Glen Innes gaol on Saturday last, were captured to-day at Gwyra by Senior-sergeant ...

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  17. THE PRINTERS' STRIKE IN GERMANY.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--The employers continue to refuse the demands of the printers on strike in Germany, and are engaging non-union men in their places. ...

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  18. A WATER FAMINE FEARED AT BATHURST.

    BATHURST, Wednesday.--The weather is very warm. A heavy storm to the northeast is passing over the mountains. There are indications of a drought, and it is feared ...

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  19. EXPORT OF FRUIT AND DAIRY PRODUCE.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.--The Premier last session promised to make arrangements for the shipment of fruit and dairy produce to England in the cooling chambers on ...

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  20. ELECTRIC EXECUTIONS.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--The Governor of the state of New York considers that the system of executions by electricity has proved successful. He favors a repeal of ...

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  21. A NEW PRECIPITATE FOR METALS.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.--A new discovery was tested at Harrold Brothers' to-day of a precipitate for metals in solution. The discovery, which is protected, consists of ...

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  22. THE REVOLT IN MEXICO.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--The Mexican Government troops have dispersed the rebels under the command of General Garza. ...

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  23. THE GRETA MINERS RESUME WORK.

    GRETA, Wednesday.--The Greta miners turned up as usual on Monday morning to go to work, it being the first day's work since Christmas and the first tinder the reduced ...

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  24. COLONIAL STOCKS AND SHARES.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Colonial stocks are fluctuating in the London market, and only small sales are reported. Melbourne Harbor Trust 5 per cent ...

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  25. A TIMBER YARD DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--At half-past 4 o'clock this morning a fire was discovered in a timber yard occupied by Messrs. Lloyd and Co., of South Melbourne, and everything ...

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  26. A CUTTER STRANDED.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--The cutter Rover, trading between Apollo Bay and Melbourne, chartered by Mr. Robinson, of Gem Aire station to carry stores to Blanket Bay, ...

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  27. MR. DIBBS ON THE SITUATION.

    Speaking last night to our special reporter at Kiandra, Mr. Dibbs, in his capacity of colliery proprietor, expressed the opinion that the miners were justified in their ...

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  28. TYPHOID IN ATHENS.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--An epidemic of typhoid is creating great havoc among the people of Athens. The fever has been caused by defective drainage. ...

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  29. THE WATER FAMINE AT BROKEN-HLLL.

    BROKEN-HILL, Wednesday.--Two trains of water are now arriving daily from South Australia, and as a cool change followed the terrific dust storms of yesterday, there is ...

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  30. THE AGENT-GENERALSHIP.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--A telegram from Geelong states that if Mr. Munro goes home as Agent-General it is almost certain that Sir Graham Berry will be requisitioned ...

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  31. CREMATION IN FRANCE.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--Cremation is rapidly becoming popular in France. Members of the medical and legal professions are divided in opinion as to the ...

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  32. BUSH FIRES.

    ALBURY, Wednesday.--The bush fires in the neighborhood of Yerong Creek and The Rock are reported to-day to be completely under control, and as they are being well ...

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  33. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--A modus vivendi has been virtually concluded between France and the Vatican in connection with the Archbishopric of Aix. ...

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  34. RABBIT DESTRUCTION.

    WILCANNIA, Wednesday.--Tilcha, Yandama and Mount Poole stations report good work amongst the rabbits. At those places during the last month 15,000 were destroyed, ...

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  35. PRINCE FERDINAND AND ORTHODOXY.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria has embraced the Orthodox Greek Church. ...

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  36. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, Wednesday.--The Government Geologist reporting to the Government on the Kimberley goldfields, states that there is every reason to believe the field will be one ...

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  37. "HENRY VIII." AT THE LYCEUM THEATRE

    LONDON, Wednesday.--The production of Shakespeare's "Henry VIII." by Mr. Henry Irving at the Lyceum Theatre last night was a great success. It is ...

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  38. METHODISTS IN RUSSIA.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Members of Methodist denominations in Russia are emigrating to America. ...

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  39. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.--A man named Watts, who has been prospecting in the Blackall Ranges, near Brisbane, has reported to the Minister for Mines that he has ...

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  40. THE FRUIT TRADE.

    GOULBURN, Wednesday.--A meeting of the Fruitgrowers' Union last night was addressed by Messrs. Gelding and Harold, of Sydney. Mr. Gelding said he did not regard ...

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  41. IMPROVING FREMANTLE.

    PERTH, Wednesday.--This evening the Premier will move in the Assembly a resolution in favor of improving Fremantle, harbor by cutting through the Success Bank ...

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  42. THE FRENCH MONEY MARKET.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Money is plentiful in the French market. ...

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  43. UNION MORTGAGE AGENCY COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--The Union Mortgage and Agency Company of Australia, Limited, are issuing £183,000 worth of 4 per cent. irredeemable ...

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  44. MATTHIAS LARKIN'S

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--At a general meeting of the Insolvency Court to-day, in the estate of Matthias Larkin, the late secretary of the South Melbourne Building ...

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  45. IN THE MOLONG DISTRICT.

    MOLONG, Wednesday.--The bush fires near the town burnt themselves out after burning miles of country. A thunderstorm passed over to-day, but missed the town. Reports ...

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  46. TASMANIA.

    The body of Charles Riley, who was drowned by the capsizing of the yacht Ruby on January 1, was recovered to-day. The jury returned a verdict of accidental death, ...

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  48. POPULAR CONCERTS FOR

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--An arrangement has been made by Messrs. Nicholson and Co., of Sydney, with Mr. W. J. Turner for the giving of three special concerts at the ...

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