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  2. OUR SPECIAL CABLES

    LONDON, Saturday Night. -- It is understood that the Imperial Government have instructed the Earl of Jersey, the British delegate to the Federal ...

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  3. THE COUNTRY.

    ALBURY, Saturday. -- The proposals for the establishment of tolls, made by the Premier, are not favorably received by the representatives of leading industries here. ...

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  4. OUR SPECIAL CABLES

    LONDON, Sunday. -- The French Government are taking prompt steps to oppose the action of the British Government in leasing from Belgium a vast ...

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  5. OUR SPECIAL CABLES

    LONDON, Sunday. -- The Duke of Westminster is selling large sections of his freehold property in London, owing to the Budget increasing the taxation on ...

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  6. IN NEW AUSTRALIA.

    "Eveka," or the sheep-station, is the name of the first New Australia colony in Paraguay. Another several miles away is to be founded by part of the second batch ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. THE LATE MADAME LUCY CHAMBERS.

    The good woman, and once celebrated singer, who passed away in Melbourne last Friday, and a brief chronicle of whose death appeared in our issue of Saturday, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. DEATH OF A BISHOP.

    LONDON, Saturday Night. -- The death is announced to-day of the Right Rev. and Right Hon. Lord A. C. Hervey, D.D., Bishop of Bath and Wells. ...

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  9. THE MINISTER FOR LANDS AT THE BULLI PASS.

    BULLI, Saturday. -- Mr. Copeland, Minister for Lands, visited Bulli Pass to-day. Mr. Twynam, of the Survey Department, and Messrs. Nicholson and Campbell, Ms.P., ...

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  10. FATAL VEHICLE ACCIDENT.

    BERRY, Saturday. -- The body of a man named C. G. Smith, of Woodhill, was yesterday found dead in a sulky on the road. The head was resting on one of the wheels, ...

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  11. VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday. -- The Merry litigation against the Government, which has been going on for many years, has been revived by Mr. W. R. Merry ...

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  12. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 130 words
  13. THE LIABILITY OF AGENTS.

    LONDON, Friday Night. -- The National Bank of Australasia to-day sued Messrs. Meyer and Spoull, the London agents of Rochussen, of Melbourne, for ...

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  14. THE ANTHRAX CONFERENCE.

    CONDOBOLIN, Saturday. -- A meeting of the Stock and Pastures Protection Board was held yesterday to discuss the question of anthrax and its cure. Mr. Gunn, an ...

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  15. THE BURNING OF THE SHIP HABITANT.

    MELBOURNE, Saturday. -- The detectives have not yet succeeded in obtaining a clue to the origin of the fire on the ship Habitant. No steps have yet been taken ...

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  16. STRIKE AT THE BOURKE MEAT WORKS.

    BOURKE, Saturday. -- Owing to the manager of the local meat works informing the butchers that the company had decided to please themselves as to whom they should ...

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  17. SYDNEY HARBOR COAL COMPANY.

    LONDON, Friday Night. -- Sir William Corry, Bart., of the firm of James P. Corry and Co., shipowners, London, has consented to become a director of the ...

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  18. FATAL ACCIDENTS.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday. -- Paulino Fernandez, a seaman of the Duncow, was drowned on Saturday night at the Proprietary Wharf, Port Pirie. Two companions were ...

    Article : 109 words
  19. TWO MINERS KILLED.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. -- A fatal accident happened yesterday afternoon at Allendale, two miners, named Edmund Kneale and James Hope, being killed by a ...

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  20. WARREN AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

    WARREN, Saturday. -- The Warren show was continued yesterday, when there was a large attendance. The chief awards were: -- Ladies' Hunting Contest: Foley's Curiosity ...

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  21. WEST AUSTRALIAN MINING.

    LONDON, Saturday Night. -- The Coolgardie Gold-mining Company, West Australia, has been registered with a capital of £55,000. ...

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  22. OUTRAGE ON A BRITISH SUBJECT.

    LONDON, Sunday. -- A Dr. Atone, a British subject, resident in Newport, Virginia, America, has made himself conspicuous by his denunciation of lynching. ...

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  23. REV. DR. JEFFERIS AT PITT STREET CHURCH.

    The Rev. Dr. Jefferis preached to his old congregation in the Pitt-street Congregational Church yesterday forenoon and evening. There was a large congregation at ...

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  24. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN LOAN.

    LONDON, Saturday Night. -- Applications have been received for the whole amount of the 4 per cent. loan of £540,000 placed upon the market by the ...

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  25. THE SAFETY OF THE CZAR.

    LONDON, Friday Night. -- The Czar of Russia has appointed General Teheravin to permanently control the department established to provide for his Majesty's ...

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  26. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS.

    PERTH, Saturday. -- Coolgardie news, dated Tuesday, states, it is rumored, that the new rush near the I.O.U. property is likely to prove a duffer. It is generally ...

    Article : 325 words
  27. THE BRITISH DEATH DUTIES.

    LONDON, Saturday Night. -- In addressing a meeting of the National Conservative Union to-day the Marquis of Salisbury referred to the Budget ...

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  28. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEALS.

    LONDON, Saturday Night. -- The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has granted leave to appeal in the New South Wales case Morris v. Brown. ...

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  29. AN INDIAN DIVORCE CASE.

    LONDON, Friday Night. -- Mr. Sullivan, an Indian planter, has obtained a divorce from his wife on the ground of adultery, together with £3000 damages ...

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  30. QUEEN V. KOPS.

    This case had reference to the construction to be placed on a prisoner's silence when on trial in the criminal courts, seeing that he had the privilege of giving ...

    Article : 277 words
  31. ENGLISH SPORTING.

    LONDON, Friday Night. -- The Epsom Summer meeting was concluded to-day, when the Oaks, the classic event for fillies, resulted as under: -- ...

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  32. TASMANIA.

    HOBART, Sunday. -- Mr. A. Hudspeth, solicitor of George's Bay, was yesterday found in the bush shot through the heart under circumstances which point to suicide. ...

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  33. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday. -- Three children were playing with a loaded gun on Friday, near Perth, when it went off, and the charge lodged in the legs of two of them. ...

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  34. LATE SHIPPING.

    Barrabool, str., 958 tops, Captain F. Bell, from Melbourne. Passengers: Mrs. Pennyworth and three children, Mrs. Homme, Levy and two children, Mrs. M'Phail, Misses ...

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  35. ATTORNEY-GENERAL V. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF SYDNEY.

    In this case, which was tried in the Equity Court before Mr. Justice Owen, the Attorney-General, as nominal plaintiff, with one Henry Thomas Milroy, sought a ...

    Article : 227 words
  36. FIRES.

    On Saturday evening, at 8.14, a fire broke out in the bedding manufactory of Enoch Beard, 37 Botany-street, Waterloo. The fire was caused by a light being ...

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  37. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Saturday Night. -- Bar silver to-day rose ¼d, the present quotation being 2s 4¾d per oz. ...

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  38. THE R.M.S. CUZCO AT ALBANY.

    ALBANY, Sunday. -- The R.M.S. Cuzco, Captain J. F. Anderson, arrived here from London at noon yesterday, and left again tor Adelaide at 3 p.m. the same day. Her ...

    Article : 125 words
  39. THE MOUNT HUXLEY MINE.

    HOBART, Sunday. -- The expenses of Mr. Montgomery, the Government Geologist, in connection with his further inspection of the Mount Huxley Mine, will be defrayed ...

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  40. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WHEAT.

    LONDON, Saturday Night. -- The cargo of South Australian wheat ex the ship William Tillie has sold at 22s 3d per quarter. ...

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  41. NEW ZEALAND BUTTER.

    LONDON, Saturday Night. -- The shipment of New Zealand factory butter by the R.M.S. Ruapehu realised an average of 86s per cwt. ...

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