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  2. NORTH SHORE TELEPHONE SERVICE.

    The telephone service between the city and North Sydney has for a long while afforded a grievance to subscribers to the system, and is a saying that one can save both time and ...

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  3. SECOND EDITION.

    The Liquor Bill was further considered in the Legislative Assembly this morning, some objection being offered to the amendment proposed by Mr. Wade in favor of an eight years' ...

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  4. VICTORIAN SPORTING.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--Arcturus, the high-prleed Sydney colt who was once known as Scots Wh"a Hae, is being transferred front Caulfield to Flemington, where he will finish ...

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  5. AUSTRALIA AND JAPAN.

    LONDON, Wednesday,--Count Hayashl, Japanese Ambassador in London, has been interviewed in regard to the manner in which Japanese are affected by the Alien ...

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  6. GREAT RAILWAY STRIKE.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--A deputation representing the St. Petersburg railway men waited on the Russian Government, and threateningly demanded universal direct ...

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  7. THE BITER BITTEN.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Prior to Sir Charles Hardinge, British Ambassador at St. Petersburg, starting on his leave, the Czar gave him an audience, which is ...

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  8. PERSONAL.

    Dr. Green, Anglican Bishop of Bullarat, accompanied by Mrs. Green, returned to Melbourne from England yesterday by the German mail steamer Barbarossa. ...

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  9. ASSERTING A PRINCIPLE.

    The North Sydney Council is having some difficulty with a resident who steadfastly refuses to pay lighting rates. His property, it appears, is situated in the vicinity of the primeval bush ...

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  10. RESOURCEFUL YOUNG AUSTRALIA.

    One of the youngsters connected with the kindergarten opened yesterday by Jim. Carruters will go far if the child is father of the man. He arrived at the school and asked to be ...

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  11. SPOON-FED INDUSTRIES.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--A large demonstration, representing the Victorian Chamber of Manufactures, waited on the Minister for Customs to-day to urge alterations in the tariff. ...

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  12. LOOKING FOR IMMIGRANTS.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Mr. W. James, the West Australian Agent-General, and Mr. Scammell, whom he engaged in the capacity of an immigration lecturer, have ...

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  13. A RELUCTANT GOVERNMENT.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--The Russian Government intends to grant liberty of the press, right of association and public meeting, and to endow the peasants with State lands. ...

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  14. STREET FLOWERSELLERS.

    For some time past the flowersellers of Sydney, who offer their wares in the streets, have been restricted to Martin-place, and have been lined when found offering flowers for sale in ...

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  15. RECALCITRANT TURKEY.

    LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon.--It is understood in diplomatic circles that Germany is reluctant to join Russia, France, Great Britain, and Italy in a naval ...

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  16. COMPLETE EMPIRE UNION.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Sir Frederick Pollock, the well-known authority on jurisprudence, has just completed a tour of Canada,, Addressing the Montreal Board of Trade, ...

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  17. NEW RUSSIAN LOAN.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Details concerning the Russian loan, which it was recently stated was being arranged by Paris bankers, show that a total of £31,6000,000, in 4 per ...

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  18. STORMS ON THE COAST.

    The gales that wore raging along tho coast on Tuesday moderated considerably during the night, hut yesterday morning stormy conditions again set in, and as the sea was rough, ...

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  19. GREAT BABYLON.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--As a result of the opening of Kingsway, the new London thoroughfare, and the visit of members of the Paris Municipal Council, the honor of ...

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  20. REPORTED INTENDED EXODUS.

    In the Legislative Assembly yesterday afternoon, Mr. O'Sullivan asked the Minister for Lands if he was aware that Mr. John Kline, of Peah-hill, was in Sydney, with the view of ...

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  21. THE MANUFACTURE OF CRIMINALS.

    Sir,--While our philanthropists are rejoicing at the establishment at hist of a court for criminal children, may I, by your favor, say a few words for the little ones not yet actively ...

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  22. PAYING THE LABOR PARTY.

    LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. -- The Chief Registrar of Friendly Societies, Mr. J. D. Stuart Sim, has refused to sanction the disbursement of trades-union funds for the ...

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  23. ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM.

    LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon.--Mr. F. E. Lacey, secretary of the Marylebone Cricket Club, in an interview, stated that it was altogether premature to assert that a team ...

    Article : 249 words
  24. THE COLONIAL CONFERENCE.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--The "Standard" states that invitations for the Colonial Conference will be issued in February next. The Conference will meet in London in ...

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  25. RAIN PROBABLE IN THE WEST.

    Mr. Hunt, Acting-Meteorologist, stated yesterday afternoon that the gale was passing away rapidly, aud conditions were moderating generally. Another depression, ...

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  26. TO-DAY.

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  27. MR. WISE AND LORD ROSEBERY.

    LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon--Mr. B. R. Wise, replying to Lord Rosebery, said that instead of taking a plebiscite of New South Wales to ascertain whether the people were ...

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  28. TRAINING NOTES.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--The first favorable morning for several weeks pasted over without so much as one gallop being done against the watch. The different grounds were in splendid order, if trainers, had ...

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  29. SOUTHERN COAL TRADE.

    WOLLONGONG, Wednesday.--A very heavy sea is running along the coast to-day, putting a stop to loading operations at all the colliery jetties."Stand-off" signals are hoisted at this ...

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  30. UNITED STATES TREASURY.

    LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon.--The American Treasury holds gold to the amount of £140,685,184 in its vaults. This is not cold which the Treasury can use ...

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  31. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Moroccan brigands at first demanded £40,000, and then 120,000, for the ransom of Captain Crowther and Lieutenant Hatton, of the Royal Marines, whom they recently ...

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  32. STEAMERS IN THE GALE.

    Shipping arrivals yesterday all reported rough weather off the coast. The steamer Inna-mincka, of the Adelaide S.S. Company's line, met with a south-west gale and high sea, with ...

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  33. LATEST SCRATCHINGS.

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  34. THE NAVAL AGREEMENT.

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday.--In the House of Representatives to-night, Mr, Seddon moved the second reading of the Naval Defence Bill, rendered necessary in order to meet the ...

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  35. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS.

    The City Coroner held an inquest concerning the death of a fettler named Thomas Keogh, who was killed by being run over by a train on Tuesday morning, near Erskineville railway ...

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  36. THE BETTING MARKET.

    MELBOURNE. Wednesday.--Though in what may be termed the open market practically nothing was done to day on the Melbourne Cup. sufficient transpired outside the rooms to effect at least one important ...

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  37. VICTORIA.

    Heavy rains in Gippsland have caused the Mitchell River to overflow its banks. All the Hals above the Mitchell Bridge are inundated, and the river is running very strong. Shipping ...

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  38. COACH TRAFFIC BLOCKED.

    TILBA TILBA, Wednesday.--Light rain commenced to fall on Sunday afternoon, and has continued ever since. On Monday night a terrific south-west gale came on and blew with hurricane ...

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  39. DEATH OF AN INFANT.

    OBERON, Wednesday.--The infant son of Mr. Ernest Spencer, who met with a severe scalding accident yesterday, succumbed to the injuries to-day. ...

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  40. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--The Prime Minister, in answering a question in the House of Representatives to-day, road an extract from a letter received from the Commander-in-Chief of ...

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  41. DEATH IN A FIT.

    Yesterday afternoon Mr. G. F. Garland, a commercial traveller employed by Roach's Brewing Co., was seized with a fit while seated in a train at Redfern. He was removed to a ...

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  42. PETROLEUM MINING IN TIMOR.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.--Among the passengers by the Australian, which arrived to-day, was Mr. F. T. Troughton, who has been on a visit to Timor on behalf of Dr. Elliott, of ...

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  43. SOUTH AFRICAN DINNER.

    Brigadier-General Gordon, District Commandant and the officers of the staff who served in the south African war, intend to Inaugurate an annual dinner to commemorate the campaign. ...

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  44. SANDOWN PARK RACES.

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  45. WEST AUSTRALIAN ELECTIONS.

    PERTH, Wednesday.--Mr. Fergle Reid, labor member for the Mount Burgess district, which disappeared under the redistribution scheme, is opposing Mr. Horan, labor candidate, for ...

    Article : 74 words
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