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  2. THE GUILDHALL BANQUET. ANGIO-FRENCH RELATIONS.

    The inaugural banquet given by the new Lord Mayor of London, Sir John Voce Moore, took place in the Guildhall last night. ...

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  3. THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE.

    The St. Petersburg journal the "Novosti," discussing the international situation, expresses a fear that both Great Britain and Turkey are about to join the ...

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  4. THE DREYFUS CASE.

    It was recently announced that the French generals concerned in the Dreyfus case had decided not give evidence before the Court of Cassation in public, but to ...

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  5. POLITICS IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The Opposition has taken a hostile course against the Government, and Parliament, as a consequence, stands adjourned until Tuesday next. This action ...

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  6. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Quambone, a large station 40 miles from Coonamble, has been sold by Mr. F.W. Hill to an English syndicate, including Messrs. Cooper Bros., at a satisfactory figure. ...

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  7. SHOCKING ACCIDENT TO A GIRL.

    A terrible accident happened yesterday afternoon to Edith Felloes, seven years of age, the d[?]ughter of Mr. W. H. Felloes, of Felloes Weir, near Kerang. The child was ...

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  8. VISCOUNT HAMPDEN.

    In telling the Mayor Mayor of Melbourne's guests on Wednesday evening that when newspapers sought to interview him he "preferred to be discourtcous rather than ...

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  9. AFTER THE CUP.

    The man who carried the secrets of many a gimp waist and plump, well-favour[?] figure safrly locked in the recesses of his inuer consciousness, dropped his mantle, ...

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  10. THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL FINANCES.

    A special committee of the Melbourne Hospital was appointed some time ago to consider the best menns of dealing with the [?]nees of the institution, and to devise ...

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  11. BUTLER DIVORCE CASE REVIVED.

    An inquiry was begun by Judge Coffey to-day into the conviction of Thomas Ernest Rofe ex-solicitor, on a charge of alleged consp[?]acy to defect the ends of ...

    Article : 110 words
  12. TURKEY AND GERMANY.

    M. Cambon, the French ambassador at Constantinople, who has been appointed to succeed Baron de Courcel as ambassadoe in London, has complained to the Porte that ...

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  13. HEALTH ACT PROSECUTIONS.

    The butchering trade to-day expressed to the mayor of Sydney (Alderman M. Harris) their resentment (Alderman M. secutions under the Health Act. They ...

    Article : 140 words
  14. NORTH AFRICA.

    Some uncasiness has been caused in Italy by rumours of French designs on Tripoli, a province of Turkey, which has always been regarded by Italy as a future Italian ...

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  15. CRETAN AFFAIRS.

    Turkish rule in Crete is now a thing of the past. The Ottoman troops having been deported from the island, the Turkish ...

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  16. QUEENSLAND.

    Captain Drake, naval commandant, has been appointed acting-commander of the gunboat Gayundah, which the Government has decided to place in commission. ...

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  17. THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

    A meeting of members of the Council of the Church of England Grammar School and of the subseribers and the parents and guardians of pupils was held at the ...

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  18. ALLEGED MINING FRAUD.

    Claude Vautin, of 28 Basinghall-street, London, consulting meetallurgist and direetor of mining companies, formerly of Melbourne, against whom a warrant was ...

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  19. THE WOOL SALES.

    The arrivals for the forthcoming serics of London wool sales amount to 74,000 bales. Fifteen thousand bales have been forwarded direct to the manufacturing ...

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  20. THE BANK PROSECUTIONS.

    At a special sitting of the Supreme Court this morning, before Mr. Justice Real, after niguinent on the question of the form of procedure in entering a nol[?] ...

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  21. DEATH OF A NOTED NOVELIST.

    General regret is felt in [?]terry circles in London at the unexpected death of Mr. Harold Frederic, the distinguished novelist and London correspondent of the "New ...

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  22. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Tallow.—At to-day's public auction sales of Australasian tallow 1,925 easks were offered and 1,200 casks were sold. Prices were unaltcred, as follows:—Fine mutton, ...

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  23. STATEMENT BY MR. BARTON.

    Mr. Barton was asked to-night why he had submitted the resolution. In reply, he said that it was because the Opposition regarded the financial proposals ...

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  24. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The stamp duties have produced £10,026 from July 1 to November 5, being a decrease of £66 as compared with the corresponding period of last year. The land and ...

    Article : 274 words
  25. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The cruiser Infants Maria Theresa, a vessel of Admiral Cervera's s[?]dron which was sunk off Santiago de Cuba by the American fleet early in July, subsequently ...

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  26. HOLIDAY ACCIDENTS.

    Whilst the steamer Tanjil was running her excursion from Mossiface to Lakes Entrance yesterday, a boy named Bull, about 14 years of age, a son of ...

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  27. DEATH OF A CENTENARIAN

    There has Just died at Nazareth-house a Scotsman who was in the decline of the when Queen Victoria ascended the throne of Great Britain. In July last Polson, who ...

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  28. THE LORD MAYOR'S PROCESSION.

    The feature of the Lord Mayor's proscession yesterday was a ship-shaped car, mounted with guns, ant earrying figures representing Britannia and Columbia. ...

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  29. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Bishop Kelly, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Geraldton, arrived at Perth this morning, and was officially welcomed by the mayor at the town-hall this afternoon. ...

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  30. QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT.

    The Assembly sat until 7 o'clock this morning dealing with the Mining Bill. The Government refused to accept an amendment from the Opposition that would ...

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  31. A LAD KILLED.

    A lad, about 15 years of age, named James Somerville, was accidentally killed last night. He had spent the day pienicking with the members of his church at ...

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  32. A DISTRESSING CASE.

    A young girl, named Ruby Smith, was before Messrs. Edwards and Robbins, J.P.'s. at the Port Melbourne Court yesterday, charged on remand with being a negl[?]ted ...

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  33. TASMANIA.

    Two men, who were quarrying in the Hobart Domain this morning, fell 36ft., owing to a ledge on which they stood suddenly giving way. One of them, named ...

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  34. LAW AT KILMORE.

    Judge Molesworth presided at the Kilmore General Sessions to-day, when there was only one case listed—that of a respectable-looking young man named William ...

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  35. FRENCH NAVAL PREPARATIONS.

    Since the Fashoda difficulty with England arose France has been unceasing in her efforts to strengthen her naval position, both on the Channel and in the ...

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  36. MR. REID ON THE SITUATION.

    "Another try for office." was Mr. Reid's comment upon the action of the leader of the Opposition. "With that end in view the Opposition are willing to throw the ...

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  37. THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL.

    In response to the urgent appeal on be-half of the Children's Hospital which has been made by the committee, and warmly seconded by Lady Madden, we have ...

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  38. THE MILKMEN'S HALF-HO[?]DAY

    Sir,—Will you kindly permit me to enter a most emphatic protest against the statement made by the committee of the Health Officers' So[?]ty in their report to ...

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  39. NO COMMUNICATION RECEIVED IN SYDNEY.

    In the Assembly to-day, on a motion for adjournment, Mr. Sleath asked whether the Imperial authorities had sent any war notification to New South Wales similar to that ...

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  40. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Council to-day adopted the report of the select committee appointed to inquire into the action of Lord kilmorey in sending a cireular letter to ...

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  41. ZEEHAN MAIL SERVICE.

    The Chamber of Commerce has approved of the appointment of a special committee to watch over the interests of the mining induslry of Northern Tasmania. It has ...

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  42. POSITION OF THE LABOUR PARTY.

    Special inducements are likely to be held out by the whips of the Opposition to the Inbour members to cast in thir lot with Mr. members to cast in their lot with ...

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  43. THE INTERCOLONIAL BOAT RA [?].

    The Victorian intercolonial eight-oared team which is to compete in the forthcoming championship match arrived to-night. ...

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  44. LAW NOTICES (THIS DAY).

    At Half-past 10 a.m.—Robiuson v. Malvo[?] and Co. Limited (Part heard), in re Foster Brewing Company Limited, re C.H. James, Cayron v. Russell, Stavenson and son Limited v. Hartle. ...

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  45. INCOME TAX CASES.

    At the Prahran Court yesterday, before Messis. O'Meara, P.M., Mayor Simmons, and Messrs. Lane and Clough, J.P.'s, 14 Prahran tradesmen were each fined £2, and ...

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  46. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Miowera has brought 14 tons of ammunition for the war-ships Ringdove and Porpoise, The German ships Falke and Bussard are ...

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