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  2. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Disquieting rumours are current respecting the health of Prince Bismarck. Three weeks ago the ex-Chnncellor, who was visiting Kissingon, the well-known ...

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  3. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    A Unionist meeting was held in Edinburgh last night, which was attended by a large and enthusiastic audiouco. The chief speaker was Mr. Goschen, ...

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  4. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The Admiralty authorities, yielding to the protests from Australia, have agreed to allow tho Orlando to bo retained as. flagship on the Australian station. At ...

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  5. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1893.

    In the report prepared by Mr. A. LYELL on the affairs of the Federal Bank, that gentleman says that he can find no fault with the advances made ...

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  6. SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Further particulars have been received respecting the violent storm that visited the city of New Orleans, causing great loss of life and destruction of ...

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  7. THE BENALLA AND YARRAWONGA ELECTION.

    The Under Secretary Mr. T. Wilson has discovered that Mr. Max Hirsch who is contesting the seat for Benalla and yarrawonga in the Legislative Assembly would be ...

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  8. MISS SUTHERLAND

    Nearly everyone in the country and very many in town must have wondered what manner of woman it is whose name appears in the police court columns of the ...

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  9. ACCIDENT AT FILLISS CIRCUS.

    The complimentary benefit tendered at the circus last night to Madame. Flilis was marred by a misadventure which happened in the opening act to M. Mayol, who with ...

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  10. BANQUET TO SIR EDWARD BRADDON.

    Sir Edward Braddon, the retiring Agent-General for Tasmania, was entertained at a banquet at the St. George's Club last night. One hundred and fifty ...

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  11. THE MUNICIPAL SUBSIDY.

    The Warragal Shire Council is greatly concerned at the action of the Government in basing the second instalment ot the subsidy on rates collected prior to December 31, ...

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  12. THE NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT.

    In the Legislative Council this evening the Australian Rights Purchase Bill was read a first time. Notice was given of a motion for the ...

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  13. THE SITUATION IN MASHONALAND.

    In consequence of the continued aggression by the Mataboles upon the territory of the British South Africa Company, powerful columns are about to ...

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  14. THE CIVIL WAR IN BRAZIL

    The session of the National Congress at Rio de Janeiro has closed. The bombardment of the capital by the insurgent war-ships still continues, and ...

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  15. FRANCE AND SIAM.

    The treaty concluded by France and Siam providing for a settlement of the recent difficulty between the two countries has been signed. ...

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  16. THE STEAMSHIP LINE TO VANCOUVER.

    An important deputation waited upon the Prermier last evening at Parliament house, and urged that the Government should contribute a subsidy of £5,000 a year to the ...

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  17. THE MINERS' STRIKE.

    In connection with the miners' strike the coal mine-owners have made a further announcement of their intentions. They have again positively declared ...

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  18. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The Agency Land and Finance Company of Australia pays a further dividend for the half-year ending June 30 at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum. ...

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  19. THE QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Council decided this evening not to insist on its amendments in the Co-operative Communities Land Settlement Bill, which wete objected to by the ...

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  20. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    In the Assembly this evening the Government business was given precedence, in order to facilitate the despatch of public business. ...

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  21. ATTACK ON A SPANISH GARRISON IN MOROCCO.

    Intelligence has just been received that the Spanish garrison at Melilla, a fortified place belonging to Spain, on the Mediterranean coast of Morocco, near the ...

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  22. ARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    A whaling vessel has reached 84deg. north latitude, being the highest point hitherto reached in the Polar regions, ...

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  23. ACCIDENT ON A RAILWAY.

    An accident happened on the Colac railway this afternoon, between the Pettavel-road and Germantown stations Violet Gorey, aged 3½ years, a daughter of Mr. John ...

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  24. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    WHEAT AND FLOUR.—The quantity of wheat and nour afloat for the United Kingdom compares with that at previous dates as follows:— ...

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  25. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    Mr. Abraham Steer, contractor, of 83 Victoria-street, London, has suspended payment. His liabilities amount to £300,000. ...

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  26. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Mr. T. F. Decourcy, Browne, the wellknown mining, agent, was to-day proceeded against in the Summons Court by Mr. Wm. Nolan Robertson, the liquidator of the ...

    Article : 334 words
  27. THE MOUNT MORGAN GOLD ROBBERIES.

    At Rockhampton to-day Rowley was committed for trial in connection with the Mount Morgan gold robberies, thes hearing of the charges against the other persons implicated ...

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  28. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT.

    Both Houses of Parliament will bold a conference this evening respecting the amendments which the Legislative Council insist upon in the Constitution Act ...

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  29. BALLARAT.

    John Hill, aged 70 years, dropped dead while at work this morning in the No. 3 level of the North Woah Huwp mine. Deceased suffered from heart disease. ...

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  30. THE LONDON WOOL SALES.

    At the London wool sales to-day there was a brisk demand, and the competition was strong. Among the sales were the following:—Nocoleche scoured, 16d.; ...

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  31. THE NEW AUSTRALIA SETTLEMENT.

    A cable message was received yesterday by Mr. W. W. Head, the secretary of the New Australia Settlement Association, from Mr. Lane, the chairman of the movement. The ...

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  32. THE TASMANIAN PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Council to-night agreed to the second reading of the Temporary Mortgage Land Tax Bill, on the understanding that in committee the exemptions be struck out. ...

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  33. THE INTERCOLONIAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Although as a rule very little public interest is taken in the visit of intercolonial football teams, an exception will be male on Saturday next, when the South Adelaide Club, the ...

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  34. SERIOUS BUGGY ACCIDENT.

    A serious accident happened this evening. Mr. William Upson, of this town, went for a drive in a buggy at about 6 o'clock this evening with his two sisters and two lady cousins. ...

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  35. A MAINTENANCE CASE.

    At the South Melbourne Court yesterday, before Mr. Perry, P.M., and justices, the reserved decision was given in the case Buchanan v. Buchanan. On the 27th ult. ...

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  36. THE ARGENTINE WOOL CLIP.

    The Times states that the Argentine wool clip is very large. ...

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  37. H.M.S. KATOOMBA.

    With regard to the motion adopted by the Assembly last night protesting against the sending of H.M.S. Katoomba to Samoa, Sir George Dibbs has telegraphed to the ...

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  38. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The R.M.S. Cuzco arrived at 5 o'clock this morning. Among the saloon passengers are 18 Roman Catholic priests, who have been commissioned to work in the several ...

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  39. BENDIGO.

    The inquest on the body of the newly-born infant which was found near Horwood's foundry has been adjourned until the 10th inst., to allow the police to make inquiries ...

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  40. THE ARCHBISHOP OF ADELAIDE.

    It is reported that Dr. Higgins, auxiliary bishop of Sydney, has been chosen Archbishop of Adelaide in succession to the late Archbishop Reynolds. ...

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  41. THE MAIL STEAMERS.

    The R.M.S. India arrived at Aden on 2nd inst. outward bound for Queensland ports. ...

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  42. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' ASSOCIATION OE VICTORIA.

    A meeting of the city and suburban travellers for Melbourne wholesale firms was held last evening at the Commercial Travellers Club Swanston-street, for the ...

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  43. TASMANIA.

    The champion ploughing match at Cambridge to-day was a great success. The weather was fine and there was a large attendance, including the ...

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  44. NEW INSOLVENT.

    Joseph Meggs, of Eaglehawk, hahdiesser and tobacconist. Causes of insolvency— Want ot remunerative employment, falling off in business, and pressure of cieditors. ...

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  45. SUSPENSION OF THE CITY SOLICITOR, SYDNEY.

    The Mayor of Sydney has suspended Mr. George Merriman, the city solicitor, for inegulanties in connection with the municipal funds entrusted to him for payment. ...

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  46. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At Half-past 10.—Morris v. Morrey (part heard), Laudehr v. Shaw, Clark v. Nolan, M'Iavish v. Cuttle, Jarvis v. Horaby. FIRST CIVIL COURT. ...

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  47. PROPOSED RAILWAY TO KILCUNDA AND CAPE PATTERSON.

    A request has been forwarded to Mr. L. L. Smith the member for the district, asking him to bring under the notice of the present Minister of Railways the importance of ...

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  48. THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    Messrs. Crane and Wallace commenced their fourteenth game to night. The former played Staunton s opening and established a strone, attack which he maintained up to ...

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  50. GEELONG.

    James Davidson, armourer-sergeant of the Geelong Militia, accidentally fell off the railway pier into the bay this morning After clinging to one of the piles of the wharf for ...

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