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  2. TRINITY COLLEGE.

    LONDON, Saturday.--The following are the results of examinations held in Sydney last November in connection with Trinity College, London:-- ...

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  3. THE NEW AUSTRALIA COMMUNITY.

    According to a letter published in "The Australian Workman" from Mr. S. M'Creen, the president of the New Australia settlement, the colony is now doing fairly well. Mr. M'Creen's ...

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  4. AMUSEMENTS.

    The Palace Theatre had as good a house-warming on Saturday night as the most enthusiastic friend of the new venture could wish. A great audience filled the theatre everywhere, the place ...

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  5. RESUMPTION OF PRIVATE WHARVES.

    As stated in "The Daily Telegraph" on Saturday, the Premier is said to have in his mind a project, for the resumption of the private wharves in Port Jackson between Darling Island and ...

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  6. THE COUNTRY.

    GULGONG, Saturday.--Yesterday an alarming subsidence occurred on the Helvetia lead. The men working at No. 3 claim were standing round the shaft ready to be lowered to their places, and ...

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  7. THE REVOLT IN CUBA.

    LONDON, Saturday.--Mr. Richard Olney, the United States Secretary of State, recently counselled Congress to adopt an attitude of moderation in all matters affecting Spain ...

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  8. SECOND EDITION.

    KALGOORLIE, Sunday.--A heavy fall of rain occurred here to-day. A violent gale preceded the rain, and many hessian shanties and tents were blown down. Up to 5 this afternoon, 91 ...

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  9. PRIVATE WHARVES IN PORT JACKSON.

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  10. SUCCESSFUL CHARITY ENTERTAINMENTS.

    NEWCASTLE, Sunday.--Charity entertainments, consisting of concerts and a series of limelight views, organised by Mr. G. H. Hall, for the purpose of supplying Christmas dinners to ...

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  11. TO-DAY.

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  12. THE CONGO FREE STATE.

    LONDON, Friday Night.--When Mr. Stokes, the English trader on the Congo, was executed by order of Major Lothaire, he was in possession of a large quantity of ivory, ...

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  13. THE PHILIPPINES.

    LONDON, Friday Night.--In view of the spread of the revolt against Spanish rule in the Philippine Islands, two British men-of-war have been ordered to Manila. ...

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  14. PROPOSED ABATTOIRS FOR NEWCASTLE.

    NEWCASTLE, Sunday.--At a meeting of the committee of the Municipal Abattoirs Conference, held last night, a letter from the Board of Health was read, wherein it was stated that ...

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  15. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH.

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  16. BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA.

    LONDON, Friday Night.--Reports received from Lisbon state that the Britis[?] police Manicaland, South-east Africa, have expelled a Portuguese lieutenant, who was engaged ...

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  17. PERSONAL.

    Colonel Charles Frederick Stokes, the officer commanding the Fourth Infantry Regiment, died suddenly and under tragic circumstances yesterday morning. He had been at Newcastle, which ...

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  18. MASONIC INSTALLATION.

    TUMUT, Saturday.--The installation of officers of the Tumut Unity Masonic Lodge took place last night, when a number of representatives of other lodges attended. The Worshipful Bro. ...

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  19. MATABELELAND.

    LONDON, Friday Night.--The attitude of the natives in the Salisbury district is causing some anxiety in Matabeleland. Some of the Mashonas refuses to yield up ...

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  20. THE HARVESTS.

    NUNDLE, Saturday.--The farmers are very busy harvesting the wheat crops. The lowest yield as yet in this neighborhood is 20 bushels per acre, while the highest yield is 29 bushels. It is ...

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  21. THE OROTAVA DISASTER.

    LONDON, Saturday.--The efforts which have been made to refloat the Orient Company's R.M.S. Orotava, which sank in Tilbury Dock while being coaled, have so far ...

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  22. THE SOUDAN.

    LONDON, Friday Night.--A body of dervishes are reported to have made a raid upon cattle in the neighborhood of Suakim. ...

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  23. THEATRE ROYAL.

    "Called Back," which is being played at the Theatre Royal, pending the production of the patriotic drama "Tommy Atkins" on Christmas Eve, is attracting large audiences. Paolo Macari, ...

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  24. FOUND DEAD IN BED.

    NEWCASTLE, Sunday.--A man named R. Dowbell was found dead in bed at the Great Britain Hotel this morning. The deceased arrived in Newcastle by mail train from Singleton on ...

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  25. VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.--The Premier in highly gratified at the announcement that the New South Wales Cabinet have decided to go on with the federal elections without waiting for ...

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  26. THE HAMBURG STRIKE.

    LONDON, Saturday.--The Emperor William of Germany has expressed his delight at the resistance which the Hamburg employers are making to what he characterises ...

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  27. RUST IN WHEAT AT TARALGA.

    GOULBURN, Saturday.--The latest reports from the Taralga district state that rust has broken out among the wheat crops in many places, and it is feared that the late crops will ...

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  28. QUEENSLAND.

    A cricket match was played yesterday between the Press and Parliament, and resulted in a tie on the first innings, each side scoring 61. A heavy thunderstorm interfered with the play. ...

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  29. LYCEUM THEATRE.

    Mr. Kyrle Bellow and Mrs. Rotter terminated their season at the Lyceum Theatre on Saturday night. A really appreciative audience assembled to bid farewell to the artistes, whom existing ...

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  30. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLD-FIELDS

    KALGOORLIE, Friday.--The total output of the Coolgardie Mint and Iron King to date is 225Soz., from 768 tons. The main shaft of the Great Boulder la nearing ...

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  31. TWO BOYS DROWNED.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.--A fatal drowning accident happened at Deep Creek, Keilor, yesterday afternoon, when two boys, aged six and eight years respectively, the sons of Mr. D. Yates, of ...

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  32. AFFAIRS IN TURKEY.

    LONDON, Friday Night.--Several Turkish Pashas, who were recently exiled to Taif, Arabia, have since died. It is supposed that they were poisoned. ...

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  33. THE TIVOLI.

    There was a merry afternoon at the Tivoli on Saturday, when a host of talented people appeared to do honor to Mr. John Coleman on the occasion of a complimentary benefit tendered to that unique ...

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  34. ARREST OF THE SULTAN'S WIVES.

    LONDON, Friday Night.--Forty-five of the wives of the Sultan of Turkey have been placed under arrest on suspicion of intriguing against him. ...

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  35. THE LATE REV. DR. GILCHRIST.

    St. Stephen's Church, Phillip-street, was draped in black yesterday in memory of the late Rev. Dr. Gilchrist, and a memorial sermon was preached in the morning by the Rev. John Ferguson. ...

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  36. THE ARMENIANS.

    LONDON, Saturday.--Turkish Ministers have recommended the Sultan that it will be safe to grant a general amnesty to Armenian prisoners providing the Armenian ...

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  37. NEW ZEALAND.

    AUCKLAND, Saturday.--An Information has been laid against Stephen Bosher, who is now in gaol, charged with the alleged murder of a man named Jones, at Petone. Owing to the weak ...

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  38. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.--Mr. W. H. Jeffrey, managing printer of the "Advertiser," died early this morning at the age of 61. He was a compositor on the "Advertiser" when it was established in ...

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  39. INTERCOLONIAL TRADE RECIPROCITY

    AUCKLAND, Saturday.--Respecting Mr. Seddon's proposed conference of the Australasian Premiers, to discuss the questions of intercolonial reciprocity and trade relations with the ...

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  40. GAMBLING IN BELGIUM.

    LONDON, Sunday.--The Belgian Senate has passed a bill making gambling in stocks and the fictitious delivery of goods a criminal offence. ...

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  41. THE BROUGH COMEDY SEASON.

    The bo[?] plan for the Brough Company's performance of "Naney and Co.," at the Criterion Theatre next Saturday night, will be open at Nic[?]n's this morning. The company [?] ...

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  42. THE BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.--With reference to the outbreak of the bubonic plague in India, Dr. Cresswell states that the disease has been prevalent on the south-east coast of China for the ...

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  43. TASMANIA.

    HOBART, Sunday.--On Friday night a young woman, whose name is unknown, applied and was refused admission to the general hospital. Early yesterday morning she was found by the ...

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  44. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.--The Legislative Assembly sat until past 2 o'clock on Saturday morning putting the finishing touches to the Pastoral Bill and other measures, and met again at 11 ...

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  45. MR. M'CARTHY AT THE LYCEUM.

    Mr. Charles F. M'Carthy, who is to begin a season at the Lyceum next Saturday night, is a comedian with a great and recent American rep[?]tion us a de[?]ator of such parts as he will ...

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  46. MILITARY AND DEFENCE.

    A tournament for members of the Parramatta Cadet Lancers was held at Auburn on Saturday afternoon. The Model Band was present, and children from the Auburn North Public School danced the maypole dance. ...

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  47. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Saturday.--The death is announced to-day of the Earl of Normanton, who was born in 1818, and succeeded to the title in 1868. The heir to the title is ...

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  48. HOYT'S COMEDIANS.

    A very large audience filled Her Majesty's [?] Saturday night, when Hoyt's comedians made their last Australasian appearance in "A Trip to Chinatown." In response to a terrific "call" at ...

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  49. ST. GEORGE'S RIFLES' PARADE.

    The St. George's Rifle Volunteers had their first public parade on Saturday afternoon. The men paraded at the Victoria Barracks a little after 3 o'clock, under Captain Waine, and marched by way of Oxford-street to ...

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  50. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, Saturday.--In the Supreme Court to-day a charge was preferred against Juma Khan of murdering William Griffiths, aud postponed to the next sittings. The accused set up a ...

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  51. THE MOUNT WELLINGTON OBSERVATORY.

    LONDON, Friday Night.--The Royal Geographical Society supports the proposal of Mr. Clement Wragge for the establishment of a permanent observatory on Mount ...

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  52. MACMAHON'S CINEMATOGRAPHE.

    Mr. James M'Mahon's cinematographe, which is stilt on exhibition in Pitt-street, calls for no comment--the public themselves supply [?] every exhibition on Saturday the room was ...

    Article : 204 words
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