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  2. DROUGHT SUFFERERS.

    We have received the following additional subscriptions in response to the appeal published in "The Argus" on Wednesday last on behalf of the sufferers from ...

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  3. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The announcement of Mr. Chamberlain's intended visit to South Africa has had a good effect in allaying the extreme tension prevailing in that country. It has aroused ...

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  4. AFFAIRS IN CHINA.

    Wu Ting Fang, who has just been appointed Minister of Commerce at Shanghai, is endeavouring to induce the powers to refer to the Hague international tribunal ...

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  5. SOMALILAND.

    The reinforcements for Colonel Swayne's force in Somaliland, which is operating against the Mullah, will be ready by the middle of December. ...

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  6. IN THE STATE GALLERIES.

    The final touches were given to the Factories and Shops Act Continuation Bill, and the bill was returned to the Legislative Assembly with amendments. Mr. Manifold ...

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  7. The Argus.

    The important series of articles by Mr. Reginald Murray upon the deep alluvial lead systems of Victoria just completed in "The Argus" must have ...

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  8. THE LIBERAL PARTY.

    In a speech delivered at Ayr last night Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman denied that the Education Bill wis being obstructed in the House of Commons. He declared ...

    Article : 107 words
  9. PERSONAL.

    Their Excellencies the Governor of New South Wales (Sir Harry Rawson), Lady Rawson, and Miss Rawson, accompanied by Major Holman, A.D.C., and the ...

    Article : 666 words
  10. ENGLAND'S FOREIGN RELATIONS.

    Su Horace Rumbold, the veteran diplomatist, who was ambassador at Vienna from 1806 to 1900, is contributing to the "National Review" a series of papers relating ...

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  11. THE EDUCATION BILL.

    Although the Government is determined to bring the session to a close before Christmas, it will not resort to the plan of disposing of amendments on the Education Bill ...

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  12. RELIGIOUS MANIACS.

    Further news has been received from Canada respecting the doings of the Russian religious fanatics, the Doukhobors, who were settled in Manitoba. Two months ago ...

    Article : 388 words
  13. THE ANARCHISTS.

    An anarchist outrage has been committed at Leghorn, in Italy. A man named Cateni exploded a dynamite bomb on the threshold of the Bishop's palace, a child who was close ...

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  14. THE CHURCH IN FRANCE.

    Cardinal Perrand, Bishop of Autun, one of the most distinguished of the French prelates, and a member of the French Academy, has been punished for a speech ...

    Article : 119 words
  15. THE MAYOR'S BALL.

    The ball given last night by the Mayor of Melbourne and Lady Gillott in the Town-hall proved a very great success, several thousand guests being present, and the ...

    Article : 521 words
  16. UNDERGROUND RAILWAYS.

    The London County Council has instructed a committee to consider a scheme of underground locomotion for the metropolis, with a view to the introduction of a bill ...

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  17. FEDERAL PIN-PRICKS.

    The Federal Cabinet has decided that the Postal department shall continue to transmit and exhibit shipping telegrams. The Postmaster-General, however, stated ...

    Article : 637 words
  18. THE BANK NOTE FORGERIES.

    A week ago six foreigners, mostly Russians, were arrested for having in their possession forged Bank of England notes of the face value of £13,500, and for having uttered ...

    Article : 129 words
  19. NEW TELEGRAPH RATES.

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  20. THE ADEN FRONTIER.

    Reinforcements of Indian troops have been sent to Aden to act as an escort to the commission for the delimitation of the boundary between the Aden territory and ...

    Article : 116 words
  21. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Bar silver is quoted at 23 5-16d. per oz. standard. ...

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  22. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    Tallow.—At to-day's auction sales of Australasian tallow 1,425 casks were offered, and 800 casks were sold. Prices realised were as follows:—Fine mutton, ...

    Article : 183 words
  23. THE RISING IN TURKEY.

    The Athens correspondent of "The Times" declares that [?]libustering Bulgarian bands, and not Turkish soldiery, as was alleged, are burning villages and committing ...

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  24. EARTHQUAKE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    A distinct shock of earthquake, accompained by a rumbling sound, was felt at Beltant at 17 minutes to 9 this morning, lasting several seconds. The earthquake ...

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  25. R.M.S. ORIZABA AT FREMANTLE.

    The R.M.S. Ori[?]aba arrived at 4 p.m., and salled at 9. Saloon passengers:- For Fremantle.—Mr. J. D. Forbes. For Melbourne.—Misses Quirk and Thompson, ...

    Article : 155 words
  26. THE MACKAY MURDER.

    The police in the Mackay district have been searching since Sunday last for the murderer of the girl Alice Gunning, who was found in the scrub with her head ...

    Article : 207 words
  27. THE LONDON WOOL SALES.

    The following private advice has been received:- By Goldsbrough, Mort, and Company Limited dated 20th inst.:—"The first series ...

    Article : 82 words
  28. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The champagne vintage in France is a failure this year. LONDON, Oct. 30. The Messageries Maritimes Company has ...

    Article : 163 words
  29. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    (Before Mr. Justic A'Beckett.) At 11 a.m.—Buckland v. Ibbotson. Practice Court. Mr. Justice Hodges will take chamber ...

    Article : 118 words
  30. MAIL STEAMERS.

    F.M.S. Armand Behie left Port Said for Marseilles on the 29th inst. ...

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  31. DAY EXCURSIONS.

    To-morrow the paddle-steamer Ozone will run her first trip for the present season, starting from the Port Melbourne Railway Pier at 2 p.m. for Queenscliff and Sorrento, to which places she also ...

    Article : 69 words
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