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  2. THE SITUATION IN CRETE.

    LONDON, Sunday Night.--Reports from Canea state that 300 Mahotnmedans have been killed at Sitia, and that 200 Christians have taken refuge in a monastery at Suda. ...

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  3. THE INDIAN FAMINE.

    LONDON, Sunday Night -- The United States Senate have asked Mr. Hilary A. Herbert, the Secretary of the Navy, to arrange for a vessel to carry relief from San ...

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  4. PERSONAL.

    The funeral of the late Mr. "William Laidley M.L.C., took place yesterday afternoon, the remains being interred In the family vault at the Randwick Cemetery. A large number of friends ...

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  5. THE AREAS OF SYDNEY PARKS.

    A correspondent requests information with reference to the areas of several of the Sydney and suburban parks. The following particulars have boon obtained from the Lands Department: ...

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  6. NEWCASTLE NEWS.

    During the week ending on Saturday at midnight, the quantity of coal and coke shipped at the cranes was 48,763 tons and 75 tons ...

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  7. FEDERATION.

    The Convention elections will take place on March 4 in an ordinary general election one begins to learn the first of the results an hour utter the polling has closed. Over the ...

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  8. THE CREMATION OF HOUSE GARBAGE

    The Annandale aldermen are strongly In favor of some Improved method for the disposal of house and 'street garbage. The borough is surrounded with the garbage "tips" of adjacent ...

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  9. EXHIBITION BILLIARD MATCH.

    An exhibition billiard match was played at Tattersall's Club last evening, before a large gathering of spectators, between Harry Gray, ex-champion. and Alfred Thompson, a ...

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  10. DIFFICULTIES AT THE DYKE WHARF.

    The B.I. Company's steamer Falizka, while berthed at No. II crane. Dyke Wharf, yesterday, took the ground at 11 a.m., and remained stuck fest until 3 p.m. During this time the work of ...

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  11. ACCIDENT ON A BRITISH CRUISER.

    LONDON, Sunday Night.—An accident occurred yesterday on the first-class cruiser Gibraltar, attached to the Particular Service Squadron, while the primers of some ...

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  12. THE ORANGE INSTITUTION.

    We have been furnished by the secretary of the Loyal Orange Institution of New South "Wales with the following list of candidates who have been selected on behalf of that body:—Sir Joseph ...

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  13. ALLLEGED POLICE IMPERSONATION..

    John Brown, an erstwhile shipmate of the notorious Butler, was charged at the police court yesterday with having impersonated a constable of the Water Police. Upon the application of ...

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  14. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.--There was a large attendance of members of the legal profession at the Supreme Court to-day, in order to show their appreciation of the honor bestowed on the Chief ...

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  15. MR. R. E. O'CONNOR AT THE MASONIC-HALL

    Mr. R. E. O'Connor, Q.C., M.L.C., who has been addressing large audiences In various country centres on federation with marked success, stood before a Sydney audience in the New ...

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  16. RETIREMENT OF LORD ROSMEAD.

    LONDON, Monday.--Lord Rosmead (Sir Hercules Robinson) has resigned from his position as Governor of Cape Colony and High Commissioner of South Africa ...

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  17. ATTACK BY CHRISTIANS ON CANEA.

    LONDON, Sunday Night.—A large force of Christians is attacking Canea, The Governor of Canea has asked tho commanders of the foreign men-of-war in ...

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  18. GLUT OF FARM PRODUCE.

    The portion of the Queen's Wharf where the river steamers discharge their cargoes of produce has Iattorly been the scene of much bustle and activity. Great quantities of most lines of ...

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  19. ADEQUATE FACILITIES NECESSARY.

    Obviously if the facilities are not greater than they are at a Parliamentary election, delays, serious and absolutely blocking the voting, will occur. There are two now features introduced. ...

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  20. BURWOOD MINERS' TROUBLE.

    A meeting of the Burwood miners was held on Sunday morning, but the attendance was small, owing to the disinclination of a number of the men to take part in meetings on the Sabbath. ...

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  21. THE GERMAN SQUADRON.

    The cruiser Falke, attached to the German Pacific Squadron, is expected to arrive here on the 25th Inst. Advices received yesterday state that the Falke has been cruising through tho Marshall ...

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  22. INTERVENTION OF THE POWERS.

    LONDON, Monday.--It is feared in Vienna that the situation is escaping the control ol diplomacy. At the suggestion of Great Britain the ...

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  23. LORD HAMPDEN IN TASMANIA.

    Our Launceston correspondent wired last night that Lord Hampden and party wore in Launceston yesterday. They spent tho day visiting places of interest. All were charmed with the ...

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  24. DELAY IN OBTAINING RESULTS.

    Another point is that owing to the contest taking in the whole colony as one district, it will be impossible to ascertain the results within anything like the lime that Is usual at an election ...

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  25. CHARGE AGAINST FORTUNE TELLERS

    ADELAIDE, Monday.--Eleven persons appeared before the police court to-day charged with having unlawfully pretended to tell fortunes to deceive and impose upon certain of her Majesty's ...

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  26. WATER SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE BOARD.

    The usual meeting of the Hunter District Water Supply and Sewerage Board was held at their offices, Newcastle, yesterday. The president, Mr. II. D. Walsh, occupied tho chair, and Messrs. ...

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  27. THE MAIL STEALERS.

    The P. and O. Company's R.M.S. Massllia arrived early yesterday morning from London and made fast to moorings in Neutral Bay. The Massllia is now commanded by Lieutenant L. H. ...

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  28. CHINESE FOREIGN TRADE.

    LONDON, Monday.--China has signed the treaty for the opening up of the West River in China to foreign trade. ...

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  29. VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--In their report for the half-year ended 31st December last, the directors of the Sllverton Tram Company state that the amount to tho credit of profit and loss, ...

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  30. TURKISH TRANSPORT FIRED ON

    LONDON, Monday.--A Greek cruiser has fired on a Turkish transport, and has compelled her to return to Candia. A British officer warned the commander ...

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  31. KING DIVISION AS AN EXAMPLE.

    Take the King Division for instance. The polling place will be the Protestant-hall. Being in the centre of the city, it is quite likely that those who have business lu town on polling day will ...

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  32. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Monday.--The Australian racehorse Norton is quoted at 8 to 1 for the Grand National Steeplechase, to be run at the Liverpool Spring Meeting in March. ...

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  33. SITUATION IN MACEDONIA.

    LONDON, Monday.—The Turkish Government have reinforced the troops in Macedonia, on the northern frontier of Greece, by 100,000 men. ...

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  34. RECORD RUN OF THE R.M.S. CHINA.

    The P. and O. Company's new mail steamer China has beaten the record for the run hence to Hobart, having arrived at tho latter port at 10 a.m. yesterday after a passage of exactly 41 hours. ...

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  35. M. J. L. PEG AN BEFORE HIS CONSTITUENTS.

    Mr. J. L. Fegan, M.P., addressed his constituents at the Criterion-hall, Isliugton, last evening. Alderman Robson presided, and the attendance was small. Mr. Fogan spoke at some length upon ...

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  36. RECENT MURDER CASES.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--Alexander Quin, charged with the murder of Eleanor Watson, at Albert Park, pleaded not guilty, and was put back for trial. William Myles Phillips, charged ...

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  37. THE PRICE OF SILVER.

    LONDON, Monday, 2 p.m.--Bar sliver is to-day quoted at 2s 5 11-l6d per ounce. ...

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  38. ACTION OF GREECE.

    LONDON, Monday. -- Three transports, with 1500 infantry, sappers, and artillery, under the command of Colonel Vasses, have sailed from Greece for Canea, the capital of ...

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  39. DEPARTURE OF THE R.M.S, ZEALANDIA.

    The mall steamer Zealandla (A. and A. route) took hor departure yesterday afternoon for San Francisco via Auckland, Apia, and Honolulu. As she only arrived hero Just a week ago. the ...

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  40. THE BATHURST WATERWORKS.

    BATHURST, Monday.--The Minister for Works is on a visit to Mr. Sydney Smith, the Minister for Mines, and the council to-day took advantage of his presence to bring under Ills notice the ...

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  41. THE RECORD REIGN CELEBRATIONS.

    LONDON, Sunday Night--The committee of the forthcoming military tournament in London wil offer prizes, and is arranging for displays by colonial troops in connection ...

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  42. BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING.

    At a meeting of the borough council held last evening a report was received from the improvement committee, recommending a scheme for doing away with the nuisance of smoke and ...

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  43. REPORTS FROM THE COUNTRY.

    Mr. Ashton, M.P., who has been in the north, was back In Sydney yesterday. Last night he and Mr. Millcn, M.P., spoke at the Protestant- hall. Mr. Ashton found that in the north the ...

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  44. ACTION IN NEW ZEALAND.

    WELLINGTON, Monday.--The leader of the Opposition has agreed to a short early session to pass supplies, to enable the Premier to go to England in connection with the Queen's record ...

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  45. QUEENSLAND.

    The body of August Schwab, an old resident of Rockhampton, was found In a waterhole at North Roekhampton this morning. It la not known how he mot his death. ...

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  46. SIR HUGH NELSON'S POSITION.

    BRISBANE, Monday.--Sir Hugh Nelson, the Premier, reached Brisbane to-night on his return from tho sittings of the Federal Council and tho Premiers' conference. Questioned as to the ...

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  47. BOMBARDMENT OF CANEA.

    LONDON, Monday.--Canea has been cannonaded, with sanguinary results, and the Governor of the capital, Georges Berovitch Pasha, has resigned from his position and ...

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  48. ACTION IN VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--The Minister for Defence, the Military Commandant, and the secretary of the Defence Department will have a consultation to-morrow with respect to the ...

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  49. LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN.

    The half-yearly meeting of the Newcastle branch of the League of New South Wales Wheelmen took place in the Y.M.C.A.-hall last evening. Mr. R. W. Upfold, one of the vice-presidents, ...

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  50. RUSSIA ALERT.

    LONDON, Monday.--Thirty thousand Russian troops have been massed at Odessa. ...

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  51. FRENCH ANNEXATION OF RAIATEA.

    "WELLINGTON, Monday.--News from Tahiti states that a French force of 200 soldiers from New Caledonia and 50 native volunteers from Tahiti landed at Raiatea, and marched on the ...

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  52. THE ROSEBROOK TRAGEDY.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--Henry Lyfleld and his daughter; Caroline Snell, were placed In the dock at the Criminal Court to-day charged with the murder of Catherine Lyfleld, at Rosebrook, on ...

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  53. MOVEMENTS OF CANDIDATES.

    The. Premier has arranged with Mr. Ball, the member for tho district, to speak at Albury on Tuesday, February 23. Mr. Reid states that he recognises the Importance of tho town and ...

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  54. MR. GLADSTONE SPEAKS.

    LONDON, Monday.--Mr. Gladstone says that he will be profoundly rejoiced if Greece succeeds In preventing further tyranny by the Porte, and expresses the hope that the ...

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  55. MR. BARTON AT NEWTOWN.

    Owing to the large number of people who gathered at the Newtown Town-hall last night to hear the announced address of Mr. Edmund Barton, it was found necessary to hold the meeting ...

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  56. DECLINE IN CONSOLS.

    LONDON, Monday,. 12.-15 p.m.--Owing to the latest developments regarding the trouble in Crete, there has been a general decline in Consols cm the .Stock Exchange, and ...

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  57. HISTORY OF THE TROUBLE.

    Trouble between the French authorities In the Society Group and the natives ot Raiatea, one of the Islands of the group, has been of frequent occurrence. The island of Raiatea was annexed by ...

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  58. DISASTROUS STORM AT ADELAIDE.

    ADELAIDE, Monday.--The storm which occurred yesterday afternoon has damaged Glen Osmond-road to the extent of £5000. During the progress of the storm at Jamestown, a boy named ...

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  59. TO-DAY.

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  60. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS.

    KALGOORLIE, Monday.--The crosscuts at the 300ft. level of the Boulder are still being carried in both east and west, but as yet the lode has not been struck. The Queen Margaret battery ...

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  61. NEW ZEALAND.

    Tito Aoteto has boon floated at Patea undamaged. New Zealand butter continues to secure a high price in London, the latest quotation being 107s ...

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  62. CARDINAL MORAN'S ADDRESS.

    Cardinal Moral!, whose address Is published today, alludes to the assertions of "senseless writers in the public press" that he is secretly aiming to separate the Australian Commonwealth ...

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