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  4. OUR CABLES.

    The funeral of the late Czar Alexander III. took place in St. Petersburg to- day. The ceremony was most imposing and ...

    Article : 248 words
  5. THE COLOSSAL CASE

    In the Full Court this morning, before the Chief Justice, Mr Justice A'Beckett and Mr Justice Hodges, the case of Speight v. Syme was mentioned. It was ...

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  6. OUR TELEPHONE.

    Hallon, HERALD. I purpose now, with your permission, to say a word or two on matters of pressing importance in connection with State financial affairs. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. OUR CABLES.

    Alan Ferguson, the san of Sir James Ferguson, M.P., formerly Governor of South Australia and New Zealand, who was recently arrested on the charge of ...

    Article : 86 words
  8. DECLARED INSANE.

    A jury was empannelled in the Criminal Court to-day to determine whether George Morrison, committed for trial on a charge of wife murder, was sane or insane. ...

    Article : 305 words
  9. MUSIC HALL SENSATION

    The London papers, which arrived by yesterday's mail contain interesting accounts of the examination of witnesses before the licensing committee of the ...

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  10. BUTTER TRADE.

    In consequence of the London committee having desisted from firing the prices of Australian butter, the salesmen state that they have made private ...

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  11. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL.

    Mrs Boyd, of women's rights fame, thinks that temperance work of a local [?]cter is likely to narrow the views of [?]men. Hence the necessity for ...

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  12. DO PRISONERS PERJURE?

    In the course of the trial of two man named John Kelly and Edward Wilson for assaulting Mr John F. Moonam, a Richmond draper, at the Criminal Court ...

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  13. FIGHTING NEAR JAVA.

    The Dutch have succeeded in storming the stronghold of the Ballinese rajah, in the island of Lombok, near Java. Heavy losses were sustained on both sides. ...

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  14. ITALY HOLDS BACK.

    The Government of Italy has been approached with a view to mediate between China and Japan. It has, however, declined to intervene. ...

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  15. THE SCARSDALE TRAGEDY.

    A magisterial enquiry was held this morning by, Mr Chalk, J.P., into the circumstances connected with the death of Helena Elliott, decapitated by a train ...

    Article : 62 words
  16. IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Joseph Kane, the night watchman who early on Saturday morning fired a revolver at James Ozanne, appeared at the Water Police Court this morning charged ...

    Article : 132 words
  17. POPULAR EVILS.

    The annual conference of the Women's Christian Temperance Union was commenced in the Congregational Church, Collins-street, this morning. The ...

    Article : 328 words
  18. VICTORIA'S FINANCE.

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  19. HOMING PIGEONS.

    At 5.25 a.m. on Wednesday week last, Mr Hart, a well known pigeon fancier of this city, liberated a number of birds belonging to members of the Sydney ...

    Article : 194 words
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  21. ELECTORAL RIGHTS.

    A deputation of citizens, unaccompanied by members of Parliament, waited upon the Chief Secretary to-day. Their purpose was to urge the necessity for the ...

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    Lord Roberts says that if the British soldiers could be so trained as to make it certain that one shot in 20 would reach its billet, the army might be pronounced ...

    Article : 81 words
  23. NEW INSOLVENT.

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    The smallest woman living to-day is said to be Mademoiselle Pauline, of Holland, of a respectable family. She is 18 years old, weighs 10lb, and in 1ft 9in ...

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