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  2. SECOND EDITION.

    LONDON, Monday, 2.25 p.m.—Bar silver is quoted to–day at 2s per ounce. ...

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  3. THE INDIAN FRONTIER TROUBLE.

    LONDON, Monday. — From the frontier it is reported that the Lower Mohmands have agreed to pay the line inflicted by the Indian authorities, and to surrender their rifles. ...

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  4. CONFERENCE OF PREMIERS.

    The Governor has forwarded to the Premier an official report of the conference of Premiers with Mr. Chamberlain, held at the Colonial Office on Juno 24. Tho proceedings were opened by Mr. ...

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  5. NOTES OF THE DAY.

    "I must have liberty Withal as large a charter as the wind. To blow on whom 1 please." —AS YOU LIKE IT. ...

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  6. FEDERATION.

    The President (Mr. Kingston) took the chair at 10.30 yesterday morning. MESSAGE FROM QUEENSTAND The PRESIDENT announced that he had received from the Acting–Premier ol Queensland a ...

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  7. BROKEN–HILL PROPRIETARY SHARES.

    LONDON, Monday, 2.33 p.m.—On the London Stock Exchange to–day Broken–hill Proprietary shares were quoted at £2 9d. ...

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  8. NEWCASTLE NEWS.

    A special meeting of tho delegates to the Colliery Employees' Federation was held yesterday, at the Trades–hall, Newcastle, when there was received and discussed a proposal from the ...

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  9. TURKEY AND GREECE.

    LONDON, Monday.—In commenting upon the treaty of peace which has been signed between (1 recce aud Turkey, the Greek news- panel's complain Hint the conditions imposed ...

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  10. WATER AND SEWERAGE BOARD.

    Tho usual weekly mooting of tho Hunter District Water Supply and Sewerage Board was held at their offices, Newcastle, yesterday. The president occupied the chair, arid Messrs. Archibald ...

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  11. MR. YOUNG ON TOUR.

    COONAMBLE, Monday.—To–day the Minister for Works and tho members of tho parliamentary party have been chiefly engaged inspecting the town of Coonamble. Mr. Young's notice was ...

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  12. SWIMMING IN ENGLAND.

    LONDON, Sunday Night.—In his mile race against J. II. Tyers, tho English amateur swimmer, Percy Cavill, the Australian amateur champion, swam a beautiful course out ...

    Article : 270 words
  13. THE QUESTION OF DEADLOCKS.

    Tho Convention resumed its consideration In committee o£ the Draft Bill.. The question taken was the new clause 57A, postponed from Friday, dealing with deadlocks. There were ...

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  14. THE QUEEN'S SYMPATHY.

    LONDON, .Monday.—The Queen has sent a cable to tho Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, Viceroy and Governor–General of India, expressing her grief at the loss of so many of ...

    Article : 56 words
  15. THE NATIVE PRESS.

    LONDON, Sunday Night.—The editor of a Moslem paper in the Deccan has been tried in Bombay on a charge of inciting to sedition, and exiled from India. ...

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  16. PRESIDENT DIAZ.

    LONDON, Sunday Night.—Great excitement. was occasioned throughout Mexico by the report that an Italian had attempted to assassinate General Portirio Diaz, the ...

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  17. COAT; SHIPMENTS.

    For the week ending 6 a.m. yesterday, the quantity of coal shipped by the cranes at the Newcastle Dyke was 59,087 tons, together with 08 tons of coke. For the same week of last year the ...

    Article : 89 words
  18. PRESENTATION ON THE PORT CHALMERS.

    A number of gentlemen who were associated with the holding of the recent regatta met on board the steamer Port Chalmers yesterday for the purpose of making presentations to the ...

    Article : 192 words
  19. BRITISH TROOPS IN EGYPT.

    LONDON, Monday.—News has been received that a party of British mounted troopers has boon hooted and stoned by natives in a village near Cairo. ...

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  20. SPANISH OFFICIALS EXCOMMUNICATED.

    LONDON, Sunday Night.—The Roman Catholic Bishop of Majorca has excommunicated Senor Navarro Reverter (the Spanish Minister of Finance) und several oilier officials ...

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  21. CHINESE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION.

    LONDON, Monday.—Mr. E. T. Holley's syndicate has arranged to advance a sum ol: £2,000,000 to the Chinese Government for the construction of the Shanghai–Suchan ...

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  22. RAILWAY EMPLOYERS PICNIC.

    The railway employees In Newcastle and district held their annual picnic yesterday. Special trains, conveying pleasure seekers to the number of about 000, left Newcastle between 7.30 and ...

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  23. SHIPPING ITEMS.

    The Mitsal Bussan Kaisha (Tokio) steamer Hokison Maru, arrived in port late on Sunday evening direct from Hongkong, and was granted pratique yesterday morning. Captain Hallstron ...

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  24. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—.V telegram was received from Cape Moreton on Saturday night intimating that rockets were fired in a south–westerly direction, and that tile pilot steamer Advance went to ...

    Article : 85 words
  25. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE.

    LONDON, Sunday Night.—The engineers on strike are willing to discuss the mutters ill dispute with the employers. The latter, however, consider that discussion is ...

    Article : 135 words
  26. HOSPITAL SUBSIDIES.

    BRISBANE, Monday.—Sir Horace Tozer states with regard to the decision of the Government that future subsidies on funds raised for hospital purposes must lie based on bona fide ...

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  27. THE LUCKNOW MINERS' STRIKE.

    ORANGE. Monday.—Messrs. Watson and Hughes, Ms.P addressed a public meeting at the Australian–hall this evening. Alderman Tanner presided, and referred to the answer received to ...

    Article : 398 words
  28. THE TICK PLAGUE.

    CLERMONT, Monday.—The police -yesterday received information that a man named Pearse, travelling with cattle from Bulliwallis, 100 miles north–west of Clermont, to Gladstone, had his ...

    Article : 299 words
  29. ENGLAND AND TUNIS.

    LONDON, 'Monday.—Great Britain lias cancelled the Tunisian commercial treaty, France undertaking on behalf of Tunis that the duly 011 cotton goods shall not exceed ...

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  30. TASMANIA.

    ZEEHAN. Monday.—H. Phillips, a traveller, about lit) years of age, staying at Clarke's Hotel,' Zechan, committed suicide by drowning In a shallow waterhole on the north–east of the Dundas ...

    Article : 138 words
  31. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Monday.—At Boston, United States, James Michael, the Welsh cyclist, covered a distance of tin miles in 44min. 19sec ...

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  32. DEATH FROM BURNS.

    A girl named Annie Butcher, aged seven, who was taken to Prince Alfred Hospital yesterday afternoon suffering from severe burns, sustained through her clothing catching fire, died at 1.30 this ...

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