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  2. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    On Monday Mr. Dibbs has arranged to visit Sheffield in order to inspect the factories there. The interview between Mr. Dibbs and ...

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  3. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The injury received by Mr. Gladstone while addressing a public gathering at Chester on Saturday has caused considerable sensation and soino anxiety. A ...

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  4. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    There has been serious friction in Morocco between the members of the mission under Colonel Sir Chas. EuanSmith, the British Minister, which ...

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  5. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Great political excitement is being manifested at Cork in connection with the approaching elections, and feeling among the different factions runs high. ...

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  6. THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MRS. CLARA PARKER.

    Since the 14th inst. when Mrs. Clara Parker left Albury with the intention of returning to Melbourne to be ready to answer the charge of forgery to be brought ...

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  7. The Argus.d

    The political orator who is able to arouse enthusiasm among one section of the people is bound to inspire dislike in others, and no one can be better ...

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  8. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Peter Gibson, master of the ferry steamer Millie, which a couple of weeks ago came into collision with the ferry steamer Waratah, appeared before the Marine Board this ...

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  9. MANIFESTO BY LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL.

    Lord Randolph Churchill has issued a manifesto upon the political situation. In it he vigorously denounces the insanity of the proposal for granting Home Rule ...

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  10. THE PARISIAN ANARCHISTS.

    Two of the anarchists who are under arrest in Paris have confessed their complicity in the dynamite outrage by which M. Very's restaurant was wrecked, and ...

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  11. VISIT OF MADAME MELBA TO AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. Arthur Garner has engaged Madame Melba (Mrs. Armstrong), the famous Australian prima donna, for a short colonial tour. By the terms of the ...

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  12. REASSURING' ACCOUNTS.

    The latest accounts to hand as to Mr. Gladstone's condition state that the injury is only slight and that he is doing well. He hopos to be able to keep his ...

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  13. THE NEW SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT.

    It is reported that amongst the distinct features of the Government programme will be a progressive wealth tax, an avowal of opposition to coloured labour, and a ...

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  14. FUNERAL OF MR. WILLIAM ROBERTSON.

    The funeral of the late Mr. William Robertson to-day was one of the largest ever seen in this district, residents from far and near gathering to pay the last tribute of ...

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  15. A FEARFUL SHIPWRECK RUMOURED.

    From intelligence just to hand it is feared that a shocking catastrophe has taken place in the Atlantic. The Portuguese steamer Vega, 2,893 ...

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  16. NEW SOUTH WALES AND THE CHICAGO EXHIBITION.

    With reference to Mr. Dibbs's recommendation that the New South Wales Government should abandon the idea of beinir represented at the Chicage ...

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  17. MURDER AT LONGWOOD.

    Mr. Anthony Doherty, J. P., a very old and highly respected resident of Hughes Creek, near Avenel, was shot by a neighbour named Morris on Friday evening, and died from the ...

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  18. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. Robson, Premier of British Columbia, announces himself as prepared to support a preferential tariff for the empire. ...

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  19. LETTER TO THE TIMES.

    Mr. Dibbs's promised letter upon Australian financo appears in The Times this morning. He defends the colonies from the asporsions which have ...

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  20. CHOLERA IN THE CAUCASUS.

    The cholera which has been ravaging Persia for weeks past has now made its appearance in the southern provinces of Russia. It is causing great mortality at ...

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  21. QUEENSLAND.

    The Queensland Meat Export Company's works at Townsville were opened this afternoon, and everything is working satisfactorily. ...

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  22. THE MURRAY RIVER COMPANY.

    The adjourned annual meeting of the Murray River Company was held in the rooms to-day, when there was a very large attendance of shareholders. Mr. J. T. Brown occupied ...

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  23. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A complimentary banquet was tendered by the residents of Alexandra and district to Mr. Samuel Allardyce, J.P., of Riversdale Station, on Friday evening, on the occasion ...

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  24. AN AUSTRALIAN CRICKETER.

    J. J. Ferris, the well-known cricketer, late of Now South Wales, is playing for the county of Gloucester against Surrey. ...

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  25. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The Treasurer, Mr. F. W. Holder, has received a telegram from his Honour Mr. Justice Dashwood, confirming the news received from Camooiveal on Friday with ...

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  26. THE SMALL-POX.

    The detectives have been unable to find the slightest trace of Messrs. Box, Swinbourne, and Trevothic, the only passengers who landed here from the Oroya who have ...

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  27. THE MINISTER OF RAILWAYS AT WARRACKNABEAL.

    The Minister of Railways, accompanied by Messrs. Taverner and Dyer, M.L.A.'s, arrived at Warracknabeal at half-past 6 on Saturday evening, completing his tour of inspection of ...

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  28. WRECK OF A FISHING CUTTER.

    The fishing cutter Earl of Hopetoun, which arrived in Corio Hay fiom King's Island with a cargo of 79 dozen crayfish on Saturday evening, experienced very heavy weather on ...

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  29. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The police made a raid on a Chinese gambling den at Fremantle after midnight on Saturday, and caught a number of Chinese playing fan-tan. After a sturdy resistance ...

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  30. TEE REDUCTION IN PRINTING RATES.

    With reference to the reduction notified in the rates of payment for composition and "time" on the daily newspapers in Sydney, a meeting took place on Saturday afternoon ...

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  31. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    George Smith, of 344 Cardigan street, Carlton, labourei Causes of insolvency— Domestic affliction and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £40 6s.; assets, 10s.; deficiency, ...

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  32. TASMANIA.

    Heavy rains cnuBed a suspension to-day of railway trafile between Zeehan and Strahan. The embankment midway between Strahan and Zeehan gave way, and the River Henty ...

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  33. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At Half past 10 a.m.—Tremills v. Benton (part heard), Gleeson v. A[?] Lum, same v. Ah Pou, same v. Ah Sloon, same v. Ah Sing, same v. Yee Kee, same v. Mow Sang. ...

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  34. ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT.

    A warrant was issued yesterday for the arrest of a man named William Henry Martin, a traveller in the employ of the Montgomerie's Brewery Company Limited, who is ...

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  35. MAIL ROBBERY IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A mail bag robbery occurred at Auburn early on Saturday morning. According to custom the mail for the city, which closes at 25 minutes past 9 p.m., was scaled and left ...

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  38. MOVEMENTS OF THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The Messageries Maritimes S.S. Oceanien passed Port Said homeward bound on the 26th inst. ...

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