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  2. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Intelligence has been received that Captain Williams, who was Captain Lugard's coadjutor in Uganda, and who remained there after the departure of ...

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  3. THE KANAKA LABOUR TRAFFIC.

    On Thursday morning (August 18) Sam came on board again in time for an early breakfast. Port Adam was not in his own district. He was simply there on a visit, ...

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  4. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The St. James's Gazette comments favourably on the reply given by Mr. R. E. O'Connor, the Minister of Justice for New South Wales, to the deputation that ...

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  5. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The National Agricultural Conference, which has been summoned to discuss the existing depression in agriculture and suggest remedies, met to-day, under the ...

    Article : 218 words
  6. The Argus.

    The railway debate initiated in the Legislative Assembly yesterday is lively in its character. Mr. GILLIES reminded the House that here we have another ...

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  7. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    It is announced that II. R. H. tho Prince. of Wiles has decided to resume yachting as a pastime, and is having a new cutter built for lu'ni. ...

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  8. SIR GERALD PORTAL'S MISSION.

    Sir Gerald Portal, the British ConsulGeneral at Zanzibar, who has been sent as special commissioner to Uganda, will be accompanied on his journey there ...

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  9. BROKEN HILL SHARES.

    It is reported that the syndicate who recently made extensive purchases of Broken Hill Proprietary shares are now disposhig of the shines as fast as they can ...

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  10. RUSSIA AND CHINA.

    China has put forward a claim to the whole of the Alichur Pamir, which adjoins Chinese Turkestan. The Chinese Minister at Berlin, who ...

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  11. THE CASSELL GOLD-RECOVERY COMPANY.

    The Cassell Gold-recovery Company Limited pays an additional dividend of 5 per cent. ...

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  12. THE SILVER QUESTION.

    A bill repealing the act which provides that the United States Government shall purchase 4,500,000oz. of silver every month has been introduced in the United ...

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  13. MINISTERIAL CRISIS IN SPAIN.

    A Ministerial crisis has occurred in Spain, the Cabinet of Senor Canovas del Castillo having resigned. The crisis is the outcome of municipal scandals in ...

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  14. ENGLAND AND MOROCCO.

    Sir Charles Euan-Smith, the British Minister in Morocco, has left Tangier on a second mission to the Sultan at Fez. It will be remembered that in April ...

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  15. THE AUSTRALIAN TRADE WITH THE UNITED STATES.

    The imports into the United States from the Australasian colonies in 1892 show an increase in value of 2,250,000dol. (£450,000) as compared with 1891. ...

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  16. STEEL RAILS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Tenders have been invited in London for the supply of 175,000 tons of steel rails for the New South Wales railways, to be manufactured in the colony, and ...

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  17. A QUEENSLAND LOAN EXPECTED.

    The Financial Times says that the market is suspicious that the Queensland Government intends-to issue a new loan. ...

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  18. THE PANAMA CANAL COMPANY.

    M. Ribot, the new Premier, has given instructions that the co[?]in supposed to contain the body of Baron Reinach, one of the directors of the Panama Canal ...

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  19. THE WENTWORTH GOLD-FIELDS PROPRIETARY COMPANY.

    The Wentworth Gold-fields Proprietary Company Limited pays a dividend of 4s. a share. A further dividend on the priority shares will be paid at the ...

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  20. THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION.

    A invitation has been given to the British Association to visit Canada in 1895. The only occasion on which the ...

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  21. SYDNEY SCIENTIFIC APPOINTMENTS.

    Mr. W. G. Card has been appointed demonstrator in geology to the New. South Wales Department of Mines, and will sail for Sydney by the steamer ...

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  22. THE LONDON WOOL SALES.

    At this evening's wool sale prices were firm, and there was good competition, except for inferior descriptions. The following private cable messages of ...

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  23. MR. JAY GOULD'S WILL.

    The will of the late Mr. Jay Gould, the American millionaire, has been made public. The deceased specially bequeaths £1,000,000 to his son, Mr. George ...

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  24. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Bar silver has declined ½d., the quotation to-day being 38¼d. per oz. standard. [This telegram appeared in a portion of yesterday's issue.] ...

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  25. WHEAT AND FLOUR.

    The American visible supply of wheat and flour is estimated at 94,700,000 bushels, against 92,700,000 bushels a week ago and 62,200,000 bushels a year ...

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  26. THE BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS.

    The Board of Trade returns of the imports into and exports from the United Kingdom during November compare with those for November, 1891, as ...

    Article : 95 words
  27. EMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES.

    President Harrison in his message to Congress suggests that such a poll tax be imposed on European emigrants as will, together with the cost of the ...

    Article : 87 words
  28. MOVEMENTS OF THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The P. and O. Co.'s R.M.S. Ballaarat, which left London on 10th November, sailed from Colombo for Australia on the evening of the 6th inst. ...

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  29. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    In the Assembly to-day the Premier withdrew the Homesteads Bill in view of the narrow majority that the Government could look for to support the proposal to make free ...

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  30. LAW NOTICES (This Day.)

    At Half-past 10 a.m.—Porter v. Victorian Railways Commissioners (part heard), in the will of Bishop. SECOND CIVIL COURT. (Before Mr. Justice Hodges.) ...

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  31. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    The complete schedule of the late Thomas Gaunt, of Bourke-street, watchmaker and jeweller, was filed in the Insolvency Court yesterday by his executors. The liabilities ...

    Article : 315 words
  32. THE MANSFIELD AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

    The fifth annual show of the Mansfield Agricultural and Pastoral Society was held in the show-grounds here to-day, and although heavy rain fell throughout yesterday after ...

    Article : 176 words
  33. A SINGULAR LIBEL ACTION.

    In the case Corst[?]n and wife v. Bar[?]lett, which was commenced yesterday in the No. 2 Jury Court, the jury to-day found a verdict for the plaintiffs, with damages £300, in ...

    Article : 208 words
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