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  2. REUTER'S MESSAGES.

    LONDON, Monday. -- The British army reserves, which were called out in consequence of the threatened hostilities with Russia, are now rapidly being ...

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  3. SHOCKING MASSACRE.

    TOWNSVILLE, Tuesday.--Captain Frier, of the schooner Lallah Rookh, was massacred at Hoopiron Bay, Moresby Island, New Guinea, on July 29 last. It appears ...

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  4. BRIDGES FOR AUSTRALIA.

    The Engineering Trades' Report, published in London half-yearly by Messrs. Matheson and Grant, has printed some remarks concerning the orders from Australia for bridges and structural ...

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  5. THE GERMAN COLONIAL POLICY.

    BERLIN, Monday. -- The German Government have formally notified their readiness to consider amicably the Spanish claims to the Caroline Islands. ...

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  6. CONSOLS.

    LONDON, Monday.--Consols are at par. ...

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  7. THE SOUDAN REBELS.

    CAIRo, Monday.--Latest advices from the Soudan report that New Dongola has fallen into the hands of the rebels. The attack was made by 4000 dervishes and ...

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  8. R. M. S. INDUS

    LONDON, Sunday.--The P. and 0. Company's R. M. S. Indus, from Melbourne June 30, arrived at Plymouth to-day. ...

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  9. EASTERN SUBURBS WORKING MEN'S CLUB.

    The formal inauguration of the Eastern Suburbs Working Men's Club and Literary Institute took place in St. Mark's schoolroom, Darling Point, last evening, and was ...

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  10. VICE-REGAL VISIT TO BOURKE.

    The Railway Department have made their arrangements for running a special train next week to enable His Excellency the Governor, who will be accompanied by the Minister for ...

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  11. EVOLUTION AND RELIGIOUS BELIEF.

    At the Protestant Hall last night, and under the auspices of the Christian Evidence Society of New South Wales, the Rev. Canon Hey Sharp, M.A., warden of St. Paul's College, ...

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  12. S.S. TONGARIR0.

    CAPE TOWN, Sunday. -- The New Zealand Shipping Company's s.s. Tongariro, from Plymouth August 1, left here this evening for New Zealand ports. ...

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  13. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.

    BATHURST, Tuesday.--A lad named James Bennett, respectably connected and well dressed, was arrested at Lithgow and charged here this morning with the theft of a watch ...

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  14. GOLD FOR EGYPT.

    LONDON, Monday.--The withdrawal of gold from the Bank of England to-day for shipment to Egypt amounted to £800,000. ...

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  15. THE NEW ZEALAND AND TASMANIAN CABLES.

    The submarine cable which connects Australia with New Zealand is subsidised to the extent of £7300 per annum--£5000 being paid by New Zealand, and £2500 by New South Wales. The ...

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  16. THE BRINDISI MAILS.

    LONDON, Monday.--The mails per R.M.S. Rome, from Melbourne July 14, were delivered to-day via Brindisi. ...

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  17. MYSTERIOUS ARSON.

    A coronial inquiry was held yesterday at the Fitzroy Hotel, William-street, into the circumstances surrounding the fire that occurred at Wilson's tobacconist shop, 104 William-street, ...

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  18. THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE.

    LONDON, Monday.--The first portion of the frozen meat ex Cuzco, consisting of 8677 carcases of mutton shipped at Melbourne by the Australian Frozen ...

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  19. THE GERMAN WARSHIP HYAENE.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.--Mr. Muecke, the German Consul, who telegraphed to Fremantle for information as to the whereabouts of the Hyaenc, concerning which ...

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  20. WHEAT.

    LONDON, Monday. Adelaide wheat, off-coast cargoes, 34s. 1½d. per 4961b. ...

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  21. THE FARMERS' UNION.

    RYLSTONE, Tuesday. -- A branch of the Farmers' Union was inaugurated here last night, when, after a well-attended and enthusiastic public meeting, a good number of names were ...

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  22. ANOTHER BANK ROBBERY IN MELBOURNE.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.--A strange bank robbery is reported at Hotham, the sum of £2856 having been stolen from the local branch of the federal Bank under most ...

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  23. THE CHARGE AGAINST A POSTMASTER.

    NARRADRI, Tuesday.--At the Quarter Sessions to-day, Mr. Parsons, the late post and telegraph master here, was put on his trial on a charge of embezzling £96, the ...

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  24. THE THOW INQUIRY.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.--The cost to the country of the Thow railway inquiry exceeds £1700, of which Mr. J. H. Symon, M.P., received £535 as counsel's fee. ...

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  25. MAJOR GENERAL DOWNES.

    MELBOURNE, Monday. -- Major-General Downes. secretary of the Defence Department, will shortly resign his position owing to the decision of the Imperial authorities ...

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  26. PROTECTION OF GIRLS.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. -- A deputation from the Society for the Promotion of Morality waited on the Chief-Secretary to-night, urging the Government to introduce a ...

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  27. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday. -- The House of Assembly was occupied again to-day with the consideration of the Budget, the debate on which was adjourned after speeches by ...

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  28. VICTORIAN LICENSING BILL.

    MELBOURNE Tuesday.--In the Assembly to-night the debate on the Licensing Hill was concluded, the second reading being carried on the voices. On the motion, ...

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  29. COMMERCIAL.

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  30. AMONG THE ROOKERIES.

    Notwithstanding the improvements that are being made in the city, there are still to be found many dens which are a disgrace to humanity--pestilential disease breeding ...

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  31. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TARIFF.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.--A public meeting to discuss the tariff was held in the Townhall to-night. About 1500 people were present, and the Mayor presided. The meeting ...

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  32. DR. BARRY AND MR. BROADHURST, M.P.

    LONDON, July 17.--In this morning's Standard there appears the following suggestive letter from your Anglican bishop, which I venture to transcribe, as it supplies the text of a ...

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  33. VICTORLAN SHEEPBREEDERS' ASSOCIATION.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.--The annual show of the Sheepbreeders' Association concluded to-day. The attendance of the public was small. To-night the annual meeting of the association ...

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  34. IMPORTANT MIXING DISCOVERY.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. -- An important mining discovery is reported at Korweinguboora, near Gordon's. A quartz reef, 2ft. thick, highly impregnated with shotty gold, ...

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  35. FUNERAL OF DR. BUTLER.

    HOBART, Tuesday.--The funeral of Dr. Butler, late Speaker of the House of Assembly, took place this morning, at the Glenorchy Cemetery. It was attended by a ...

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  36. THE STATUARY FOR SYDNEY.

    Our London correspondent, writing on July 17 says:-- Some few years ago, Mr. Murray Smith, the present Victorian Agent-General, wrote an ...

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  37. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.

    In the case of the man Chas. Baker alias Bushly, sentenced to death for shooting with intent to murder Sergeant Hyland at Ballarat, the Executive have decided that the capital ...

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  38. PUBLIC WORKS IN NEW ZEALAND.

    AUCKLAND, Tuesday.--The annual statement of the Minister for Public Works has been made. The sum of £2,598,000 is asked for the year, including £250,000 for defence ...

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  39. "CALLED BACK" AT THE ANTIPODES.

    Under the above heading the Home News of July 17 says:--" Within the next few weeks one of our leading comedians, Mr. G. W. Anson, will start for the Antipodes, for the purpose of ...

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  40. THE ENABLING ACT.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.--The Accepting Bill prepared by Mr. Griffith, Queensland Premier, has been approved of by the Victorian Cabinet, and Mr. Griffiths has been ...

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  41. QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT.

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.--During the debate in the Assembly this afternoon on the Estimates Sir Thomas M'[?]wraith made an elaborate attack on the Government ...

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  42. STEAMBOAT COLLISION.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.--A telegram from Overland Corner states that the Princess Royal arrived yesterday evening in a disabled condition, having been in collision ...

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  43. OVERLAND PASSENGER TRAFFIC

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  44. GAS FOR ASHFIELD.

    The vexed question of supplying the borough of Ashfield with gas, which for the past five years has occupied the attention of the ratepayers and caused a large amount of discussion ...

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  45. MAGISTRATES' QUARRELS.

    BATHURST, Tuesday.--The dispute between Mr. Benjamin Lee, P.M., and Mr. Frank Halliday, J.P., is likely to cause further trouble. It stated that Mr. Halliday ...

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  46. THE REDFERN BANQUET.

    A meeting of the committee in connection with the forthcoming banquet to the Hon. F. A. Wright was held at the Redfern Town-hall last evening. The Mayor, Mr. G. W. Lander, ...

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  47. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOLD.

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.--Further gold finds are reported from Watt's Gully diggings. Yesterday, a fine nugget weighing over 11oz. was discovered, and another weighing ...

    Article : 51 words
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