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  2. THE ROOKWOOD ASYLUM.

    It is proposed to erect a consumptive, an ophthalmic, and a cancer hospital immediately adjoining the Potts'-hill reservoir, which supplies the metropolis with water. ...

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  3. THE WAVERLEY ELECTION.

    A meeting in support of the candidature of Mr. T. Jessep was held last night at the corner of Newland and Spring streets. Mr. W. Sldaway, sen., presided over an ...

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  4. VICTORIA.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--Whilst Mr. J. Fred. Harvey, M.P. for Sydney (Bligh Division), was on his way in the train from Adelaide to Melbourne, having to leave the ...

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  5. OUR SPECIAL CABLES.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--In the House of Commons last night a question was asked as to the reported intended occupation of Corea by the Russians. ...

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  6. OUR SPECIAL CABLES.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--"The Times" comments favorably on the suggestion of its New York correspondent, Mr. G. W. Smalley, that a joint ...

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  7. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday. -- The body of William Lavers, a victim of the Pearl disaster, was found in the river to-day. This makes the 12th body recovered, and there ...

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  8. THE COUNTRY.

    ALBURY, Wednesday.--At a meeting of the Albury Borough Council to-night, a communication was received from the Department of Public Works, intimating that ...

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  9. THE NORTHERN COLLIERIES.

    NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.--This morning, according to agreement, a meeting took place between Mr. T. Croudace, manager of the Burwood and Lambton ...

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  10. MEETING OF THE OPPOSITION.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.--At a meeting of the council of the Opposition party in the Legislative Assembly last night, Mr. Powers, who presided, handed in his ...

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  11. THE MYSTERY OF THE SKULL.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--The detectives have ascertained that the skull found at Pert Melbourne came from the residence of Mr. W. R. Bell, of Auburn. Mrs. Bell ...

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  12. THE OLD TARIFF AND THE NEW.

    {No abstract available}

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  13. MOSS VALE ART SOCIETY.

    MOSS VALE, Wednesday.--There was a large and fashionable attendance at the opening of the third annual exhibition of the Bowral District Amateur Art Society, ...

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  14. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--In the House of Commons last night Major J. E. Jameson, the anti-Parnellite member for West Clare, moved an amendment ...

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  15. A DISTINGUISHED PRIEST.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--The Rev. George Tuckwell, a Catholic clergyman, well known in Sydney and Melbourne, who, before taking orders, ...

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  16. THE NEW GOVERNOR.

    BRISBANE, Wednesday.--Lord Lamington, the new Governor, is expected to arrive here on April 4. Preparations for his reception have already commenced on ...

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  17. THE PITT TOWN SETTLEMENT.

    WINDSOR, Wednesday.--At a meeting of the Pitt Town Co-operative Settlement Board of Control to-day, a communication was read from the Minister for Lands, ...

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  18. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS.

    KANOWNA, Wednesday.--A great many representatives of both British and foreign capital are in town, and are making overtures for the purchase of some of the best ...

    Article : 132 words
  19. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    ADELAIDE, Wednesday.--Intelligence has been received by the English mall of the death of Mr. Matthew Burnett, at the age of 57, at Stainton Dale, on January ...

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  20. THE ALSTONVILLE ANGLICAN CHURCH.

    ALSTONVILLE, Wednesday.--St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church was dedicated yesterday evening. The Venerable Archdeacon of Grafton officiated, and was ...

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  21. THE DYNAMITERS.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--During the discussion in the House of Commons on the proposal that clemency should be shown to the persons now in ...

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  22. THE TRANSVAAL.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night. -- Dr. Leyds, the Transvaal Secretary of State, who is now on a visit to Holland, considers it improbable that ...

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  23. SAD BURNING FATALITY.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--A girl named Ruth Glance, aged 14, and a partial invalid, was burnt to death at her parents' residence, North Melbourne, this morning. ...

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  24. DISCONTENT AT COOLGARDIE.

    COOLGARDIE, Wednesday.--The reply of Mr. Wittenoom. Minister for Mines, to the petition recently sent from here, in which the prayer of the petition is really ...

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  25. PENRITH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

    PENRITH, Wednesday.--A public ten, provided at the expense of Dr. and Mrs. Shand, followed by a grand concert, was held this evening in the Temperance-hall, ...

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  26. A "RIDICULOUS" LETTER.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--What was described as a ridiculous and at the same time most outrageous and improper letter written by a teacher of music named ...

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  27. MR. THOMAS SEXTON.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Mr. Thomas Sexton, M.P. for North Kerry, who declined to accept the leadership of the Irish Parliamentary party, has applied ...

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  28. THE CHINESE POLL TAX.

    ALBURY, Wednesday.--Two youthful Chinese, Kum Lee and Kum Sung, who were charged with evading the poll tax, were again before the local police court ...

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  29. NEW ZEALAND.

    AUCKLAND, Wednesday.--The Customs revenue at Auckland for the past year was £375,869, an increase of £41,900. The incidence in the volume of trade shows ...

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  30. THE FLOODS IN THE WEST.

    BREWARRINA. Wednesday.--The rain has now disappeared, and the country is looking splendid. There is every appearance of a good season. The mails dated ...

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  31. FATAL SHOOTING ACCIDENT.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--At Terang this afternoon. Jos. M'Millan (31), the son of a well-to-do dairyman, was accidentally shot dead by his cousin, Thos. M'Millan ...

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  32. COLLIERY EXPLOSION IN AMERICA.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--By an explosion in the Vulcan colliery at Denver, Colorado, America, 55 miners were killed yesterday. ...

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  33. PROFESSOR TUBBS.

    AUCKLAND, Wednesday. -- Professor Tubbs, who was seriously prostrated by the excessive heat during a recent visit to Sydney, has resigned his position as ...

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  34. COMMUNICATION WITH BOURKE FULLY RESTORED.

    The Railway Department advise that all goods which have been delayed by the floods on the Western line have been delivered at Bourke, so that communication ...

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  35. BRAZIL AND ITALY.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--The Republic of Brazil has agreed to compensate the families of the Italians who were killed during the recent revolution. ...

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  36. THE YOUNG TURKISH PARTY.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Murad Bey, the Turkish statesman who was suspected of assisting the Young Turkish Party in a plot to dethrone the Sultan, ...

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  37. THE GRAFTON HOSPITAL.

    GRAFTON, Wednesday.--The hospital committee to-day re-elected Mr. T. Bawden hon. treasurer, and Mr. F. Norrie hon. secretary. The question of the appointment ...

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  38. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT, AND COMPANY.

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.--A special meeting of the shareholders of Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co. was held to-day, for the purpose of considering certain ...

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  39. THE FLOODS IN NORTH QUEENSLAND.

    ROCKHAMPTON, Wednesday.--The repairs to the damaged section of the central railway between Rockhampton and Gracemere were completed sufficiently ...

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  40. WEST AUSTRALIA.

    PERTH, Wednesday.--A daring robbery occurred at Perth on Friday night. A gang of thieves entered the police court temporary buildings, at the Shearer ...

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  41. THE IRISH LEADERSHIP

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Mr. John Dillon, the anti-Parnellite member for East Mayo, has, by a majority of 17, been elected chairman of the Irish ...

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  42. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--The Communal Council of Brussels, Belgium, has granted a subsidy in aid of M. Gerlache's expedition to the Antarctic ...

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  43. PERSONAL.

    Mr. John O'Hara, of Annandale, was recently entertained by about 60 of his friends at a smoke concert held at Rofe's Family Hotel, Annandale. Mr. C. C. ...

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  44. DISCOVERY OF AN OPAL FIELD.

    ESPERANCE, Wednesday.--Great excitement has been caused by the alleged discovery of opal fields in the Norseman district. Fine slabs have been brought in ...

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  45. A CREEP IN FRENCH MINES.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--Great excitement has been caused in the arrondissement of Asia, in the Department of Gard, France, owing to the fact that ...

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  46. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--Tenders will be opened on Thursday for the South Australian 3 per cent. loan of £830,500, which is offered at a ...

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  47. BANQUET TO RETIRING AGENTS-GENERAL.

    LONDON, Tuesday Night.--The Agents-General of the Australasian colonies intend banqueting Sir Westby Perceval, the retiring Agent-General ...

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  48. THE INSOLVENCY OF MR. CHARLES STAPLES.

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  49. STABBING AFFRAY AT BROOME.

    PERTH, Wednesday.--News is to hand, from Broome to the effect that another stabbing affray has occurred there, a Japanese having stabbed a Manilla man. The ...

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  50. TYPHOTD AT WAGGA.

    WAGGA, Wednesday.--There are at present 13 cases of typhoid fever at Wagga Hospital, bringing the total of patients up to 27. About half a dozen patients are ...

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  51. DR. CARL PETERS.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Dr. Carl Peters, the well-known German African explorer, has been elected president of the German Colonial Society. ...

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  52. FIRE IN AN AMERICAN FACTORY.

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Telegrams from New York report that a fire occurred yesterday in a factory at Troy, in the county of New York, while the ...

    Article : 76 words
  53. THE PRICE OF SILVER.

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  54. VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT.

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  55. DROWNING FATALITIES.

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  56. SOCIETY OF ARTISTS SMOKE NIGHT.

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  57. TASMANIA.

    HOBART, Wednesday.--James Butler, aged 50, went into the bush in the vicinity of the Cascades yesterday to get firewood. As he did not return, a search party went ...

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  58. DIRECT TRADE WITH MANCHESTER.

    LONDON, Wednesday.-The Manchester Co-operative Society has arranged to dispatch a delegate to Victoria with the object of promoting direct trade ...

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  59. DROWNED IN THE FLOOD.

    GRAFTON, Wednesday.--The body of a man, named James Murphy, a teamster, from Glen Innes, was found this morning floating near the wharf at Woodfordleigh, ...

    Article : 69 words
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