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  2. DEATH OF SIR JAMES PATTERSON.

    The tidings of the unexpected death of Sir James Brown Patterson, leader of the Opposition, yesterday afternoon struck the community like a thunderclap. It was announced in our ...

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  3. FRESH TROUBLES IN TURKEY.

    A serious outbreak has occurred in the town and pasbalic of Marash, in Asiatic Turkey. The town is situated in the Taurun Rauge, and is 90 miles ...

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  4. RUSSIA AND PERSIA.

    It is announced that a Russian company has undertaken to construct a road through Persia to connect Teheran, the capital, with the Caspian Sea, a ...

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  5. RUSSIA IN THE FAR EAST.

    Russia has officially denied the statement made by the Hong Kong correspondent the The Argus with regard to a treaty alleged to have been concluded ...

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  6. THE POLITICAL CRISIS IN FRANCE.

    No definite steps have yet been taken by President Faure to obtain a successor to M. Rebot, the Premier, who resigned yesterday in consequence of an adverse ...

    Article : 242 words
  7. THE MILDURA SETTLEMENT.

    The time has arrived when the truth may be spoken about Mildura. In the post, however much the settlers and the promoters disagreed amongst themselves, there was a ...

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  8. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1895.

    A profound impression will be created throughout Victoria by teh unexpected intelligence of the death of Sir JAMES PATTERSON. The sadness of the event ...

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  9. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Lord Lamington, the newly appointed Governor of Queensland, has decided to retain as his aide-de-camp Captain C. E. Pyne, who has acted in that capacity for ...

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  10. FINANCIAL TELEGRAM.

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  11. AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

    A very remarkable case has been dealt with by the Commissioners in Lunacy. Miss Lanchester, a young lady 24 years of ago, had seriously offended her ...

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  12. THE FIRE AT BROKEN HILL.

    The precautionary measures adopted at Block 10 continue most effective, the fire being kept wellback into the adjoining property, for during last night and to-day it ...

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  13. GOLD MINES IN THE TRANSVAAL.

    An attempt on a very extensive scale to jump mining claims in the Transvaal has been narrowly frustrated. The claims, 1,000 in number, and ...

    Article : 91 words
  14. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    WHEAT AND FLOUT.—The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is estimated at 2,090,000 quarters, as against 2,020,000 quarters ...

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  15. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    In the Council to-day the Chief Secretary's motion for the re-committal of the Public Salaries Bill was rejected by 11 votes to 10. The debates on the Northern Territory ...

    Article : 526 words
  16. ENGLISH, SCOTTISH, AND AUSTRALIAN BANK.

    The annual report of the English, Scottish, and Australian Bank for the year ending June 30 has been issued. It states that after paying the full ...

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  17. THE DEAN CASE.

    The charge of conspiracy against Dean, Crick, Meagher, Green, and Mrs. Reynolds was heard to-day in the Water Police Court, before Mr. Johnson, S.M. Mr. C. J. Heydon ...

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  18. GAS EXPLOSION IN LONDON.

    Great excitement was caused in London yesterday by an explosion of gas which occurred in a street near the Strand. ...

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  19. THE MILDURA SETTLEMENT.

    Sir,—Your leader in The Argus of to-day on the situation at Mildura must commend itself to this community. "Nero fiddled whilst Rome burned" aptly ...

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  20. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A steady exodus of miners and other working men is taking place from Newcastle to Coolgardie and Cape Town. The Marine Board to-day suspended the ...

    Article : 205 words
  21. THE SYDNEY HARBOUR COLLIERIES.

    An important judgment was given this morning by the Land Court affecting the appeal by the Sydney Harbour Collieries Company against the decision of the ...

    Article : 306 words
  22. SOCIALISM IN GERMANY.

    Herr Dierle, the editor of Vorwarts, the organ of the socialists, published at Berlin, has been tried on a charge of lèse majesté in ridiculing the recent ...

    Article : 73 words
  23. INTERCOLONIAL RECIPROCITY

    The House of Representatives last night, after hearing the Treasurer's speech, rejected without debate, by 28 votes to 26, the Canadian and South Australian commercial ...

    Article : 284 words
  24. QUEENSLAND.

    IThe Government intend to transfer Mr. Justice Cooper from Townsville to Brisbane, thereby filling the vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Justice Harding. ...

    Article : 81 words
  25. "GENERAL" BOOTH IN SYDNEY.

    "General" Booth arrived in Sydney to-day by the Melbourne express. Owing to the state of his health no demonstration was attempted to connection with his arrival. He ...

    Article : 77 words
  26. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT NHILL.

    A most extensive fire occurred here this afternoon whereby three large shops were completely destroyed. The annual picnic of the local branch of the M.U.I.O.O.F. was ...

    Article : 247 words
  27. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    /Zimmerman, the champion cyclist, was a passenger for Brisbane by the express to-day. He proposes staying in Sydney a few days before proceding to Queensland. Two ...

    Article : 61 words
  28. TASMANIA.

    At the annual meeting of the Hobart Chamber of Commerce to-day the annual report showed that the exports compared favourably with those of previous year, ...

    Article : 105 words
  29. NEW INSOLVENTS.

    Powell Kyflin, of Wangaratta, labourer. Filed at Wangaratta. George Saunders, of Condah, blacksmith. Causes of insolvency—Sickness in family, ...

    Article : 93 words
  30. THE QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT.

    The Assembly sat until 20 minutes to 7 this morning, dealing with the plans for the Hughenden and Winton railway, which were stonewalled all night but finally adopted by ...

    Article : 84 words
  31. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At Half-past 10.—Land Bank of Victoria v. Chamberlain, Ritchie and others v. Govett and others (part heard). SECOND CIVIL COURT. ...

    Article : 148 words
  32. NEW ZEALAND.

    A man named Brown and his wife, the former describing himself as a doctor, have been arrested at Palmerston North in connection with the death of a young woman ...

    Article : 107 words
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  34. MINING TROUBLES IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    No difficulty will be experienced in obtaining labour for the South Coast coal mines where the men are out on strike against the proposed reduction in the hewing rate. ...

    Article : 83 words
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