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  2. SOUTH AFRICA.

    LONDON, Thursday.--The Boer ex-General, Louis Botha, now pleads that the European relief funds have been spoilt, and that he and his compatriots who hail charge of ...

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  3. IMPERIAL FISCAL POLICY.

    LONDON, Thursday.--At a largely-at-tended meeting which was held yesterday in St. James'-hall, resolutions were adopted protesting against the proposed imposition ...

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  4. THE PROTESTANT VOTE.

    The Loyal Orange Institution and the Australian Protestant Defence Association have entered into an agreement to combine their forces for next Parliamentary and municipal elections, with ...

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  5. THE FAR EAST.

    LONDON, Thursday.--General Kuropatkin, the Russian Minister for "War, who recently toured in the Far Bust, has been interviewed upon his return to St. Peters ...

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  6. THE PAPACY.

    LONDON, Thursday.--There are now 62 Cardinals in Rome, in view of the approaching Conclave for the election of a successor to the late Pope Leo XIII. ...

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  7. AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL.

    For the second time this winter two Victorian teams have journeyed across to Sydney to play a match for the league premiership of Victoria. In the old days the Victorian combinations ...

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  8. THE COMMONWEALTH.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--Referring to remarks made by Mr. Guthrie, M.L.C. of South Australia, in regard to Mm anion of the Government in refusing to put into the ...

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  9. RAND LABOR DIFFICULTY.

    LONDON, Thursday.--With reference to the proposal to import 30,000 Indian coolies for labor purposes in the Transvaal, the High Commissioner, Lord Milner, has ...

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  10. ROYAL VISIT TO IRELAND.

    LONDON, Thursday.--After a brief visit to Londonderry, the Royal party now in Ireland re-embarked on the Victoria and Albert at Buncrana, in Lough Swilly, and ...

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  11. ADDRESS BY THE CANADIAN COMMISSIONER.

    "Preferential Trade Within the Empire--Another Aspect" was the subject of an interesting address given before the members of the Institute of Bankers last night by Mr. J. S. Larke, ...

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  12. THE COMING FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    BRISBANE, Thursday.--Mr. W. H. Brown, leader of the labor party, interviewed to-day on the question of the attitude to be taken up by the Queensland labor party In connection with ...

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  13. WILL OF THE LATE POPE.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--London "Truth" states that the Pope's nephews and grand-nephews are preparing to dispute his will. ...

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  14. PROPOSED COLD STORAGE DEPOTS.

    LONDON, Thursday.--In the Cape House of Assembly yesterday, the motion of Dr. L. S. Jameson, leader of the Progressive parry, in favor of the Cape Government ...

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  15. AUSTRALIAN FINANCE.

    LONDON, Thursday.--Despite the cheap price and favorable terms, and tho unusual publicity given by moans of advertising, the public only applied for 30 per cent, of the new Queensland ...

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  16. REQUIEM SERVICE AT ST. MARY'S.

    There was an immense gathering at St. Mary's Cathedral yesterday morning, when a solemn dirge was sung and Pontifical High Mass celebrated for the repose of the soul of Popo Leo ...

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  17. PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM GAOL.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--Another extraordinary incident is reported from the United States. Fifteen prisoners at Folsam, California, ...

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  18. ARBITRATION BILL.

    The Labor Council last night passed a motion, censuring the Federal Government with regard to its action in relation to the Federal Conciliation and Arbitration Bill. ...

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  19. THE SUGAR CONVENTION.

    LONDON, Thursday.--The Government Sugar Convention was yesterday ratified by the House of Commons by 224 votes to 144. Mr. J. Chamberlain stated during the debate ...

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  20. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--Playing for M.C.C. against the Grange Club, A. E. Trott took five wickets for 18 runs, and Tarrant five for 27 runs. ...

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  21. INTERVIEW WITH DR. DILL MACKY.

    Speaking last evening to a representative of "The Daily Telegraph" on the subject of the coming State elections and the organisation which is being arranged to marshal the Protestant ...

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  22. CARGO STEAMER SUNK.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--The cruiser Melampus ran down and sank the Rupeerra, a cargo steamer, off Scilly. All hands were saved. The Melampus was slightly damaged, and is ...

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  23. SMALLPOX AT LAUNCESTON.

    LAUNCESTON, Thursday.--Two fresh cases of smallpox were reported to-day, one being a domestic servant, Nellie Jackson, employed at Newstead, and the other a man named Dimsey, ...

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  24. THE TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--Mr. J. Murdoch, the assistant secretary to the M.C.C., will accompany Warner's team to Australia. ...

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  25. HEAVY RAIN IN BRITAIN.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--During 24 hours the rainfall in London has totalled 3in. Great damage has been done in the Thames Valley, which was also flooded early in June. ...

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  26. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--The Indian native press is solidly against Mr. Brodrick's proposal that India should bear part of the cost of the army in South Africa. ...

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  27. ACTION BY THE SEAMEN'S UNION.

    A public meeting has been convened by the Seamen's Union, to be held at the Protestant-hall on Friday next. The business is "to take into consideration the action of the Federal Ministry ...

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  28. THE LONDON-GLOBE SCANDALS.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--Whitaker Wright, of London-Globe Corporation fame, has sailed, in company with detectives, for Liverpool by the Oceanic. ...

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  29. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ESTIMATES.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.--The Treasurer, discussing the Federal Budget, said that the figures only came to hand to-day. He had not had time to study them, but bad seen sufficient to realise ...

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  30. THE FIERY HUNGARIANS.

    LONDON, Thursday.--Turbulent scenes took place yesterday in the Hungarian Chamber of Deputies. After an exciting speech, Herr Papp, a ...

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  31. INTERNATIONAL AMENITIES.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--Members of the House of Commons will return the recent visit of French legislators in November. ...

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  32. UTILISATION OF WATER POWER.

    LONDON, Thursday.--Mr. Seddon, in his capacity as Premier of New Zealand, has engaged a Swiss engineer named M. Allo, who recently visited New Zealand, to construct an electric ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  33. QUEENSLAND.

    It is expected that the debate on the want of confidence motion will be continued until well into next week, there being still many members who desire to speak, particularly ...

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  34. THE SOMALI FAILURE.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--Brigadier-General Manning attributes Lieutenant-Colonel's Plunkett's defeat" to the insufficient stopping power of the Lec-Metford bullet. ...

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  35. MOUNT LYELL AMALGAMATION.

    LONDON, Thursday.--It has been resolved to voluntarily wind-up the affairs of the North Mount Lyell Copper Company. The chairman stated at a meeting which was held yesterday ...

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  36. NEW ZEALAND.

    The barquentine Kate Tatham has arrived at Napier from Newcastle. The vessel got into dangerous proximity to Cape Kidnappers during a gale, and signalled for assistance. She was ...

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  37. NEW ZEALAND FOOTBALLERS.

    The New Zealand footballers arrived to-night by the mail train from Sydney, and were met at the central railway station by Queensland Rugby Union officials and a large number of ...

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  38. A FAMOUS TENOR.

    LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon.--Mr. Ben Davies, the famous tenor, has received an offer for an Australian tour next winter. ...

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  39. INTERNATIONAL CONTESTS AHEAD.

    ADELAIDE, Thursday.--The members of the Victorian football team arrived this morning. They were met at the station by representatives of the South Australian Football Association, ...

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  40. CUNARD AGREEMENT RATIFIED.

    LONDON, Thursday.--The shareholders In the Canard Steamship Company have ratified the agreement into which the directors recently entered with the Imperial Government. ...

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  41. EXHIBITION BILLIARDS.

    A billiard match, 2500 up, between Stevenson and Harry Gray, in which the latter recetves a start of 1200, was commenced at the Carlton Club to-night. At the conclusion of the ...

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  42. H.M.S. RINGAROOMA.

    H.M.S. Ringarooma is likely to return to England. It was reported on board yesterday that her homeward bound orders had already been received, and the cruiser would shortly ...

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  43. TERRIBLE MAGAZINE EXPLOSION.

    LONDON, Thursday.--An explosion which occurred yesterday in the United States Cartridge Company's factory at Tewkesbury. Massachusetts, U.S.A., wrecked the magazine and many ...

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  44. RAILWAY TRAFFIC DELAYED.

    Railway traffic was suspended at Redfern station last evening for about an hour, in consequence of the breakdown of an engine. The engine was running from the sheds to take ...

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  45. RIDING FATALITY.

    KEMPSEY, Thursday.--yesterday afternoon, while [?] kempsey and Gladstone Mr. Denis Danther, eldest son of Mr. P. Daniher, of Gladstone, was thrown from his horse, ...

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