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  2. THE POPE'S [?]

    The condition of His Holiness the Pope last night was unchanged. His sleep was restless. The formation of pleuritie fluid has, however, been kept under without any ...

    Article : 468 words
  3. SOUTH AFRICA.

    The letter by General Botha to a friend in England, winch was published by "The Times," has aroused great indignation in the Cape and Transvaal colonies, even ...

    Article : 196 words
  4. THE FAR EAST.

    The Chinese Government has concluded an agreement for a loan of 2,000,000 taels (about £250,000) with the Russo-Chinese Bank, which, in lieu of interest, will ...

    Article : 123 words
  5. PREFERENTIAL TRADE.

    Several of the Berlin newspapers, commenting on the blue-book containing the correspondence between the Marquis of Lansdowne, the Secretary of State for ...

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  6. WARRNAMBOOL EARTHQUAKE.

    Mr. Baracchi and Professor Gregory continued their investigations concerning the recent earthquake on saturday, the former's object being to ascertain the probable centre ...

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  7. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.

    "This is not the occasion upon which to pass in review the great cities of the old world, which are pre-eminent, not only for then architectural glories, but also for the ...

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  8. PERSONAL.

    Cardinal Moran will arrive in Melbourne to-morrow, and leave in the afternoon by the R.M.S. Oroya, for Rome. Mr. Grimwade, M.L.C., and Mrs. ...

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  9. The Argus.

    "'Fore God! they are all in a tale" is the expression we are warranted by classical authority in applying to the various members of the high-tariff ...

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  10. BISHOP MOORHOUSE RESIGNS.

    The Right Rev. James Moorhouse, D.D., who has been Bishop of Manchester since 1886, and is 77 years old, has resigned the bishoprie. ...

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  11. THE IRISH LAND BILL.

    In the House of Commons yesterday the debate on the report stage of the Irish Land Bill was closed. Mr. T. M. Healy congratulated Mr. ...

    Article : 517 words
  12. INVESTMENT IN AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. John Darling, jun., lender of the Opposition, returned from England by the China yesterday. He said that the no-confidence proceedings and attendant rumours ...

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  13. FRANCE AND ENGLAND.

    The Paris journal "Le Temps" states that if Great Britain will concede to France a practicable route from her possessions in West Africa to Lake Chad, it will be ...

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  14. FRANCE IN THE PACIFIC.

    The Paris correspondent of "The Daily Mail" states that nothing is known there of the alleged transfer to the United States of the French possessions in the Eastern ...

    Article : 138 words
  15. SPEECH BY MR. RITCHIE.

    At a banquet given by the Lord Mayor of London, Sir Marcus Samuel, last evening at the Mansion-house to the leading bankers and merchants of London, Mr. C. ...

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  16. THE BRITISH ARMY.

    In the House of Commons yesterday Lord Stanley, the Financial Secretary to the War Office, said he was confident that Great Britain would soon possess artillery ...

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  17. THE SKYE TRAGEDY.

    The prisoner Charles Sidi Foussard, who is now in the Melbourne Gaol charged with the murder of the old man William Ford at Skye on the 28th June, will be brought ...

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  18. A GREAT PAINTER DEAD

    The death is announced of Mr. James Abbott MacNeill Whistler, the famous artist, aged 69 years. [Mr Whistler was horn at Lowell, ...

    Article : 201 words
  19. CRICKET IN ENGLAND.

    A match between the counties of Yorkshire and Woreestershire was begun at Huddersfield on Thursday. On a wicket sodden by rain the home team disposed of the ...

    Article : 64 words
  20. SMALL-POX IN TASMANIA.

    Two deaths from small-pox were reported yesterday morning, the victims being two boys, Landell Harber and Roy Prosser, both living at Mrs. Harber's house, No. 4 ...

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  21. COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS

    The following are the Frozen Meat Trade Association's market quotations, based on actual sales of not less than 100 carcases of mutton or lamb or 25 quarters of beef of ...

    Article : 303 words
  22. ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM.

    The Marylebone Cricket Club has invited the following additional players to join the team for Australia:—T. Hayward, the Surrey professional; E. M. Dowson, the young ...

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  23. RUSSIAN JEWS.

    Russia has intimated to the United States Government that she will neither receive nor consider the American petition with reference to the massacre of Jews at ...

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  24. SUICIDE OF A BOY.

    Gordon Leopold Scott, aged 13, has committed suicide at Seacombe, on M'Lellan's Straits. His father died some time ago, leaving three sons—the deceased being the ...

    Article : 248 words
  25. GENERAL CABLE NEWS

    Ex-Countess Russell has become reconciled to her husband, William Brown, the son of a coachman, who was recently tried on the charge of having made a false ...

    Article : 208 words
  26. THE LONDON WOOL SALES

    At the London wool sales this afternoon the market showed a slightly better tone. The prices of merinoes and fine crossbreds were from par to 5 per cent. below the ...

    Article : 187 words
  27. AMERICAN TRUSTS.

    The "Daily Express" states that out of 143 large American trusts only 23 are paying dividends, and that many of them are in difficulties. It declares that capital ...

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  28. ALONE AND INSANE.

    Sir,—Was Miss Esther Layton insane? It seems to me a very great pity that more care was not taken before Miss Layton was committed to Kew Asylum, there to herd ...

    Article : 155 words
  29. A TALE OF THE DROUGHT.

    One of the saddest stories told of the drought relates of the Harvey family, of Pyramid Hill. Continuous bad seasons compelled the husband to leave the district ...

    Article : 155 words
  30. EXPORT OF RABBITS.

    The s.s. Rakaia arrived from London on Saturday, and ships 15,000 crates of rabbits, an initial Tasmanian shipment for London and Liverpool markets. ...

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  32. LAW NOTICES (This Day).

    At 10 a.m.—Crook v. Rigby, Moulden v. Lynch, Williams v. the Victorian Railways Commissioners, Alcock v. Stephens. Practice Court. ...

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  33. SHOCKING MINING ACCIDENT.

    A fearful accident happened to James Finucane, aged 22 years, a platman at the Birthday Tunnel mine, Berringa yesterday. While he was shouting instructions ...

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  34. A BLIND LEADER.

    James Kenny, a wood-carter[?] and brownford, left Sale yesterday eve[?] horse and dray to go [?] horse to take its [?] ...

    Article : 71 words
  35. FINANCIAL TELEGRAMS.

    Bar silver is quoted at 25d. per ounce standard, being an advance of ?d. per ounce on yesterday's quotation. MINING SHARES. ...

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  36. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.

    Sir,—Would it not be more in accordance with the dictates of humanity if poor Miss Layton, of Westbury-street, St. Kilda, could be sent to a private home in another state ...

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  37. ARRIVAL OF THE MOANA.

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—The Moana arrived yesterday from Vancouver, and left this morning for Sydney. Passengers:—For Sydney—The Bishop of Adelaide and Mrs. Harmer, Miss Harmer, Mrs. and ...

    Article : 126 words
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